October 7, 2013

National Conference: Report of 3rd Day

The third day of National Conference started with Meditation Session by Nilukushi Cooray at 8:30 in morning.

Then we had quick recap of day two activities, where participants randomly shared one activity of day two.

Then we had Speech by two female participants, Akrishta Sahay and Iram Khan.


After that Mr. Pawas Anand, who is H.R. at American Express gave speech about Giving interview, he also answered to all queries of participants.

Meanwhile organisers provided Feedback form to participants to give their valuable critical feedback about NC and how to improve it further.

Then, in order to cover individuals who could not express their views in previous sessions one more open mike session was held.

Simultaneously, Amit Khuswaha took mock interviews of some participants.

After that there was Presentation on “Meditation” by Mr. Virendra Shirse.

Then there was Presentation by Avinash Pandey on “Managing Stammering”.

Then Dr. Satyendra Srivastava aka Dr. Sachin, Gave His Farewell Address 
(Which he considered as a “Rare Fortune and Good Omen! To meet more than a hundred people who stammer under one roof!”)

Then We Had Group Photograph on Roof of Indian Social Institute.

After lunch, we went outside in groups and talked about stammering, TISA NC and got response from public about stammering/stammerers, we also voluntary stuttered. I would like to appreciate Akrishta Sahay, who is new member in TISA, also joined us and talked to people openly about her stammering.

Then we had energizers by Dr. Sachin.

Dr. Sachin appreciated and honoured Abhishek Kumar and Ravi Prajapati who couraged to come along with their spouses.

Then, as a token of appreciation, number of inspirational books were distributed among new participants and organizers who worked a lot to make this Conference a Success.

After that Number of participants Showcased their talent, then we had group dance, all participants had lot of fun.

Then sheets with name of participants were placed, then all participants wrote their views/comments/message for that person.

In this conference all speaker were encouraged to speak in Hindi because majority of participants understand Hindi very well, As a respect to this initiative, speakers like Tarak Goradia and Raja Poladi also spoke in Hindi, instead of their usual English speeches.

9 comments:

sachin said...

Anupinder- you have captured the day 3 very well! Great memory! I too spoke in Hindi and truly enjoyed the experience.. I think, whichever region we are meeting in- we should try and speak in that language, so that many more people can feel "included"- and as such Raja Poladi and Tarak have set some pretty high standards!
I am going to learn Tamil, Telugu, Punjabi and Gujrati and Malyalam and..and ... and... I am heading to Duolingo app..

lalit said...

thank anupinder such a descriptive post, like a quick memory recap

naresh sharma said...

well done ANUPINDER...."MUSICAL CHAIR" skipped inbetween. :)

Manimaran said...

My immediate agenda is to start learning Hindi. Otherwise I may not discharge my duty well as a national coordinator. I will try my best. Is any online course available to learn Hindi through English or Tamil?

sachin said...

Dear Mani- you can always use one of us as translator for you! I found two websites (below) which give very basic stuff. Another thought (smile!)- you can pick up rough and ready Hindi in a month, if you watch a Bollywood movie everyday!

http://www.languageshome.com/Tamil-Hindi.htm

http://tamilo.com/learn-hindi-education-58.html

abhishek said...

thanks anpinder...

Kushal said...

Good job Anupinder

Raja said...

Just reading the posts & feedback. Wonderful coverage and great feedback and followup posts too.

I myself felt great at my Hindi being appreciated. Also it was wonderful knowing people & making friends. I have so many facebook friend requests that I am feeling really proud.

Raja said...

Just reading the posts & feedback. Wonderful coverage and great feedback and followup posts too.

I myself felt great at my Hindi being appreciated. Also it was wonderful knowing people & making friends. I have so many facebook friend requests that I am feeling really proud.