Hyderabad, Sept.8 (Hydnow): An interactive session with Dr Yandamoori Veerendranath, novelist and screen writer on ‘Developing Intelligence & Memory Power’ was held at GITAM Deemed to be University, here on Thursday.
Speaking about the difference between ‘target’ and ‘desire’ and a ‘watcher’ and a ‘performer’, Veerendranath explained how the mind and heart simultaneously transmit ‘orders’ and how important it was for an individual to take the right stand at the right moment. Developing concentration and memory power to outdo others in the race was essential, he emphasised, dwelling at length on the various reasons for lack of concentration in an individual.
The veteran personality development counsellor laced his talk with adequate humour, which kept the interest levels of the participants high throughout the session. Not letting monotony set in, Veerendranath added life to the surroundings by ensuring the active participation of the students. “Tighten your fist…take a deep breath and never answer any question immediately,” he said, explaining the causes of the set of ‘don’ts.
Besides giving several certificates to the active participants, who answered his volley of queries with equal enthusiasm, Veerendranath presented a gold medal to a boy, who correctly answered his questionnaire.
Prof. N. Seetaramaiah, Associate Director, GITAM School of Technology, welcomed and felicitated the guest. Vijaya Rama Raju, Founder, Vijai Events, HoDs of various departments, Faculty and Freshers participated in the event. (Hydnow)
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