Vaktha crosses milestone, completes 75th batch

Vaktha crosses milestone, completes 75th batch
D Balreddy, Director (Training), Kapil Group and lead faculty of the programme (fourth from left) with 75th batch of Vaktha participants in Hyderabad on Sunday

The two-day training programme on public speaking, Vaktha, crossed another milestone this month by completing its 75th batch.

Hyderabad: The two-day training programme on public speaking, Vaktha, crossed another milestone this month by completing its 75th batch.

Individuals from different walks of life have witnessed a marked change in their lives after attending the two-day training programmes and following the tips and proper practice provided by the faculty during the session.

The training programme, which was started in 2013, jointly by Kaushalya School of Life Skills and Hmtv, has been running continuously without break. Ever since it started some of the participants attained new heights and started speaking fearlessly in Parliament and Assembly.

Amongst others who were benefitted included doctors, professors, lawyers, techies and students, whose regular practice of tips gave edge in their lives over others.

Constantly running for the past seven years, this crash course continues to enlighten and has remained an important source of inspiration and helping the people to achieve new heights.

"This is continuously running without any trouble and remains a rare feat in the world of training. Even the 75th batch saw the maximum attendance of 33 participants.

We would not have achieved this fete without the blessings of Chairman of Kapil Group, K Vaman Rao garu," said D Balreddy, Director (Training), Kapil Group and lead faculty of the programme.

Most of those who anxiously attend the training feel confident enough to face the huge audiences because of its design and content which removes fear and anxiety of the participants.

The tips on body language, content, presentation, eye-contact and voice modulation etc increases the confidence levels of the participants.

"This remains the only programme which has successfully transformed the lives of thousands and provided results in such short time period as proper practice is also provided during the sessions," said Balreddy.

During these two-days training, S Anand Parjanya, faculty on body language trained the participants on maintaining their posture while delivering a speech and communicating at a public place.

He explained as to how the orator should communicate the subject with the coordinating actions of hands.

K Srikanth, another faculty, explained important techniques of voice modulation, since a good speaker maintains a high tone while delivering the speech.

He made students practise some of the important tips and showed how voice culture and modulation can make a person an effective public speaker.

The 76th batch of Vaktha will be held on May 11 and 12. For further information interested persons may contact on phone number – 9553586062.

Participants' pulse...

Earlier I used to hesitate, and I was afraid of speaking on the stage and in front of a group.

This programme has not only given a chance to learn the basics of the communication skills, but also provided a chance to overcome all stage fear. Now I am able to speak loud without any inhibitions.

- J Krishna, Gadwal

Prior to attending the training sessions, I used to focus more on content and prepare thoroughly, but by the time I faced audiences the entire exercise of planning proved futile and I could not communicate what I wanted.

After attending this two-day training there is marked change and I know what other aspects impact in public speaking, besides a good content.

- G Satyanarayana, Guntur

Being a lecturer even though I know about the public speaking, I learnt several other aspects including voice modulation, important tips like key notes compiling and effective speaking, as they are not only useful for becoming a good orator, but overall communication skills.

- K Ravindra Babu, Vijayawada

After attending this programme, I completely overcame the stage fear. Without any inhibitions, we are able to communicate.

Not only I learnt how to speak without fear, but also about our significance and role we can play in transforming the society.

- K Jeevan Kumar, Warangal

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