NATIONAL SEMINAR 2019 – VISHAKHAPATNAM “VISIONARY WOMEN” – DANCE PERFORMANCE BY SWATI A BLIND COLLEGE STUDENT
NATIONAL SEMINAR 2019 – VISHAKHAPATNAM
A National Seminar was conducted by Visakha Govt. PG & Degree College for women at the college premises at Vishakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh in Bharat [India] in joint collaboration with TejasviAstitva Foundation a Delhi-based NGO to curb Human Rights violation across the country. Many resource persons had delivered meaningful lectures while many college students had organized cultural program in the seminar which was praiseworthy.
– A Student – physically challenged (Blind) at Visakha Govt. PG & Degree College for Women, Vishakhapatnam in a NATIONAL SEMINAR 2019 – VISHAKHAPATNAM “VISIONARY WOMEN” on 12th September 2019 at the Seminar Hall of the College premises. The Seminar was jointly organized by the college in collaboration with Tejasvi Astitva Foundation – an NGO to Create Awareness on every issue, Motivate & Sensitize each one everyone everywhere to march forward 24 x 7 for the Development of this Nation – in True Sense. The Delhi based NGO is propagating the message for developing Ownership Sense for the Nation. According to the Founder Chairperson Mr DN Srivastava, all problem that lies in the country is only because we lack ownership sense for our country. The moment we realize that it’s our own country, and each one living in this country are our own brothers and sisters, No problem would ever exist and our country would then start developing in True Sense. Swati, although physically challenged, we are extremely happy that she accepted this challenge in a positive manner. Despite being partially blind she involved herself in creative activities and started learning dance. Though an amateur, Swati is a perfect dancer. She dances beautifully and spreads the message of love & happiness everywhere. She is an inspiration to all of us. Watch for yourself …
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