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ISTD Mangalore - Udupi Chapter inks MOU with Swastika National School

Published On : 27 Jul 2020   |  Reported By : Gurudatta


The Mangalore / Udupi Chapter of Indian Society for Training and Development (ISTD) has signed a memorandum of understanding with Swastika National School, Mangalore on July 25.

Chairperson of ISTD Mangalore- Udupi Chapter , Prof. P. Ramakrishna Chadaga and Chairman, Swastika National School Mangalore, Dr. Raghavendra Holla signed the MoU during the meeting of ISTD chapter held at Swastika National School, Urwa, Mangalore.

Speaking on the occasion, Prof. Chadaga said the Society is pleased to associate with Swastika National School to promote training, organize guest lectures and conduct sessions to benefit academic- industry collaboration. He also gave insight into the upcoming programmes of ISTD.

Later in the programme, Mr. Subhash Bangera , well known business consultant and founder / promoter of Shlokaa Group delivered a guest lecture on the topic "86.4 K (3rd Dimension Time Management)". In his talk, Mr. Bangera said using time effectively is the secret to success in life. Urgency, importance and significance of task are relevant in using the given time effectively, stressed Mr. Bangera.

Prof. Rajeshwari Shetty, Principal, Swastika National School, compered the programme.







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