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Situational intelligence and emotionally attached memory are pivotal in achieving success – says Mr.Sasikanth Senthil, IAS.

  • Tuesday, August 28th, 2018
Expert Educational and Charitable Foundation::Classroom & Postal Coaching, PU Science College

Situational intelligence and emotionally attached memory are pivotal in achieving success –says Mr.Sasikanth Senthil, IAS.

Expert PU College, Valachil hosted an interactive session by Mr. Sasikanth Senthil S, IAS  the Deputy Commissioner and District Magistrate of Dakshina Kannda District, with Second PU Students.

Mr. Sasikanth began his elaborate address by cited examples from his own experiences in life. He has explained vividly with lot of anecdotes that the situational intelligence plays a pivotal role, than the bookish knowledge and cognition, in achieving ultimate success in life. He also underlined the importance of emotional and associative memory in learning and retention of long term memory.                                           

Answering a plethora of questions of the copiously enthusiastic students he said that happiness should be the ultimate objective of doing any job than earning money .

Prof. Narendra L Nayak, Chairman Expert Group of Institutions in his introductory remarks said that Mr. Sasikanth Senthil is a good human being with a patient ear to listen and a kind heart to respond. He urged the students to take inspiration from Mr. Sasikanth Senthil. He presented a cheque of Rupees One Lakh towards the Chief Ministers Calamity Relief Fund as a helping hand for the flood affected people of Kodagu and else were in the state of Karnataka.

Mrs. Ushaprabha N Nayak, Vice-Chairperson, Expert Group of Institutions presented a memento to the dignitary as a token of gratitude.

Mr. Ankush N Nayak, Director of Information Technology, Expert Group of Institutions.

Dr. N K Vijayan Karippal, Principal Expert PU College, were present on the occasion.

Master Prasad Prabhu, the President of students’ council welcomed the gathering and compered the programme. Ms. Fathima Hibha, Secretary, Discipline committee of students’ council proposed vote of thanks.