03.02.2019 ►Biratnagar ►Workshop for College Students by TPF

Posted: 13.02.2019
Updated on: 15.02.2019

Biratnagar: 03.02.2019

 

Terapanth professional forum Biratnagar organised events for 2 days. The first event was a workshop on "Positive Attitude and Personal Transformation". The target audience for this workshop were 12th grade management students. The workshop started with national anthem and navkar mantra hosted by TPF Biratnagar secretary Mohit lalwani. Welcome speech was given by TPF Biratnagar president Jyoti Kothari. She elucidated about TPF, its projects and the various activities of TPF Biratnagar. Along with stating the background of the workshop she introduced the speaker for the workshop Dr Chintamani Yogi, a scholar, philosopher, educationlist and an international motivational speaker.

Dr chintamani Yogi with his wonderful and friendly style motivated the students to develop positive attitude. Hours seemed minutes when he involved the audience to transform them personally to develop positive attitude.


Preksha meditation Coordinator for Nepal and TPF, Biratnagar President Jyoti Kothari made the students practice Mahapran dhwani to the audience. chief guest for this program was the Mayor of Biratnagar Mr Bheem Parajuli who praised the workshop and activities of TPF Biratnagar. He mentioned how TPF Biratnagar is very active and last year has contributed to the development of Biratnagar in the field of education,health, spirituality to development towards professionalism.

Ms. Muskan lunia was facilitated by giving the certificate and medal of medhavi chatra. Token of love and Jain sahitya was presented to the chief guest and dignitaries present. vote of thanks was given by TPF Biratnagar member Ratan parekh.

The audience included the students, Chief guest, campus shoes coordinators principles and lecturers from various educational institutions, President of Terapanth Sabha, President Terapanth Mahila Mandal, coordinator Terapanth Kishore mandal various dignitaries from different fields journalists, sponsors for this workshop along TPF Biratnagar members. More than 500 students from six colleges attended this workshop from 8:00am to 10:30am at Jain Terapanth bhawan Biratnagar. Snacks were distributed to everyone.

 


II workshop on February 3, 2019 - Empower yourself

This workshop was specifically targeted to undergraduate students of BBA. The workshop started by national anthem followed by navkar mantra and hosted by Terapanth professional forum Biratnagar secretary.Welcome speech was given by president of Terapanth Professional Forum Biratnagar Jyoti Kothari along with background of the workshop and introduction about activities and projects of TPF. She also introduced the keynote speaker Dr. Chintamani Yogi.


The chief guest for this program was the Governor of Nepal Rastra Bank Biratnagar branch Mr. Binod Raj Acharya. The guest of honour included Mr Pawan sarda, former member of parliament of Nepal and President of modern merchant association along with Mr. Bhim Ghimire, president of Chamber of Industries Morang, the former best district governor of Lions club.The vice president of chamber of industries Biratnagar Mr Rakesh surana was also attended this workshop. Due to the time constraint Mr binod Raj acharya addressed the audience and thanked TPF for organising such wonderful workshop.


Dr chintamani Yogi enlightened the audience to empower themselves. He addressed the audience by value, confidence and wonderfully mingled along with them as a youngster. The audience thoroughly enjoyed each and every bit of the workshop. Two people from the audience also kept their views. Mr Rakesh surana,Mr Pawan sarda and Mr Bhim addressed the audience & congratulated TPF, Biratnagar for conducting wonderful events in the development of competent human resource.


All the guests were honoured by momentos and Jain sahitya. The audience included the students, the guests, the coordinator of the program for undergraduate level, faculty members, sponsors & TPF Brt members. This workshop was successfully attended by around 300 students for two and half hours in afternoon from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm. Snacks were distributed to all at Jain Terapanth bhawan Biratnagar.

 

 

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