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Empowerment Series Lectures


The first empowerment series lecture was held on 6th September 2012. The Principal Dr. Ranjit Abraham delivered a talk on “How to Study” to the first year students. His talk focused on strategic planning and included several tips and tricks to help them to remember concepts & keywords.


Mr. Benny Thomas, a well-known and dedicated social worker and counselor delivered a lecture on “Behavioral Skills” on 13th September 2012 for first semester BTech students. Mr. Benny Thomas emphasized the importance of opportunities and the need to become good citizens of tomorrow. He explained what constituted good behavior in society and narrated stories of less fortunate and poor students who became achievers. He reminded the need of obedience to parents and elders to become fruitful citizens of tomorrow. His class was educative, enlightening and motivating.



The  Principal Dr. Ranjit Abraham spoke on the topic “How to face Exams” on October 1, 2012. The key points of his lecture included the following - 

(i) Procrastination to be avoided at all times (ii) Be regular in one’s studies and give equal importance to all subjects. (iii) Ensure the right ambience for study and to remain calm and cool. (iv) Adopt appropriate techniques for remembering - sticky notes, flash card, highlighters and the like. (v) Enter the Exam Hall with a strategy, Remain free of tension and ensure proper  sleep.The Principal illustrated the points using different examination answer sheets to drive home the essense of his lecture.  




Mr. Jackson Prakash, a popular student counselor delivered his talk on “Character Empowerment” on 15th October 2012. 

He spoke at great length on virtues one needed to cultivate to mold one’s character that was pleasing as well as acceptable by others.  Explained on temperaments - the four distinct types - Sanguine, Choleric, Melancholic and Phlegmatic. He asked each one to introspect their own upbringing and suggested methods to identify and rectify ones own weaknesses. He added that one should be always on the guard to distance oneself from damaging thoughts and unhealthy social groups. In order to mould ones behavior we should constantly watch over our thoughts that become words, our words that become actions, our actions that become our habits and finally our habits that determine our attitudes.