Workshop on Effective Public Speaking held
The Brilliant Computer Institute in Ongole organised a free workshop on the Effective Public Speaking for the Class X passed students in their campus on Sunday.
Ongole: The Brilliant Computer Institute in Ongole organised a free workshop on the Effective Public Speaking for the Class X passed students in their campus on Sunday. Former member of the Acharya Nagarjuna University Senate PSS Singh participated in the workshop as the chief guest and said that nowadays the awareness of computer education has become a mandatory skill as the exams and other transactions are being made online.
Similarly, he said that it is very much required for the students to express their views and ideas effectively. He felt that the EFS program designed for the Class X students serves the purpose for them to fix an aim for their career and he explained about the life story of Mother Teresa and how she made her journey. He appreciated the chairman of Brilliant Group Institutions, Dr Shaik Nyamatulla Basha, for organising the workshop and wished the institute comes up with more free workshops in the future.
Nyamatulla Basha said they are always ahead in designing best courses for the students based on their requirements. He announced that they have designed a set of courses especially for the Class X completed students in the summer, like graphic designing, website designing, game development, robotics etc, and asked the students to register for the courses in the office by April 30. He announced that they would organise similar workshops every week in the Institute for the students and invited them to utilise the services.
The JCI India corporate trainer Harsha Vardhan Reddy trained the students on the effective public speaking while Srinivas created awareness on the latest technologies in the workshop. The Brilliant Institutes executive chairperson Dr Shaik Tahera, JCI Ongole Brilliants president T Nagarjuna Babu, students and staff members of the institute also participated in the programme.
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