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Hyderabad: Over hundred students attended the programme on personality development- ‘Success Unlimited,’organised by All India radio, (AIR) at University College for women, Koti.The programme began with open in address by Dr B T Seetha, principal of the college followed by a brief orientation on the speakers- Dr Prasad, a Gandhian philosopher and Dr B V Pattabhiram, well known magician, psychologist, hypnotist and HRD trainer by Udhay Shankar, programme head, AIR. He spoke about the need for personality development in youngsters. Dr Prasad and Dr Pattabhiram kept the students in splits while conveying the message.

What you think, what you say and what you do is right”, said Dr Prasad while focusing on earning with self-effort. Herevealed that just to achieve his passion he resigned his job as a professor and started Gandhian studies and went on tojoin Gandhian community for serving people. Now he is invited for guest lecturers by many foreign universities.

As an active Gandhi follower he emphasised on “Swarajya” (self-control of mind) and “Sarvodaya movement” which gives importance on equality among human beings and nature. The explanation of Gandhi philosophy for transformation into better human on grounds of truth and non-violence brought out a common connection in everyone. 

He said that “Sarvodaya, swaraj, swadesi and satyagragha are the key for transformation of individual and society”.On the other hand B V Pattabhiram addressed students on “Soft skills for success”with some magic tricks that were lauded by students. He stressed on Dr Abdul Kalam’s motivational quote “setting small goal is a crime.” He cited examples of successful women in various fields and urged students to follow them. 

To ensure participation of students he posed questions and those who gave right answers were presented with books on soft kills and hypnotism much to their delight.  Both the speakers interacted with the eager students in the question and answer session. The entire program was recorded by AIR and is scheduled for broadcast on 18th September on 101.9 Rainbow FM at 10a.m.