Webinar on “Organisational initiatives towards Society” organised

Bhilai, Sep 23: St Thomas College under the aegis of Alumni Association (STASA) conducted a one day webinar on Organisational initiatives towards Society. The webinar mainly focused about the current pandemic situation which has led to the educators to reach the students in their home zone. The objective of this webinar is to present a reasonable and appropriate solution and benefit of the current situation taken by Alumni towards the delectable steps of its Alma meter, and create a new learning environment.
The Chief Guest of the webinar was Rt Rev Fr George Mathew Ramban. In his presidential speech he talked about the past glories of St Thomas College and appreciated the alumni of the college for giving such constructive and helpful services to the society. He commended the merit students of the college with the progress and opening of additional branches of M Sc Physics, MA Sociology.
The welcome address was given by Principal of the College Dr MG Roymon. He discussed the importance and awareness about “Organizational Initiatives towards Society” by St Thomas Alumni Association (STASA) at this COVID-19 pandemic situation. He further discussed about the crisis which is threatening everyone’s way of life. Dr Roymon appreciated the service of St Thomas Alumni Association which believes that members of the Alumni Cell who are deeply rooted in local communities are best positioned to lead and give the communities on the front lines of the crisis.
The dignitaries of the webinar on the screen were CA Sanjay Thambi, Chartered Accountant at Mumbai. Rinu Koshy, Co-founder and treasurer of Sankalp Ek Prayas Society Dr Yadvendra Dhote, specialist in Asthetics and cosmetology. The first speaker Dr Sanjay Thampy alumni of the year (1987) about passion or profession, described about the various perpetual confusions and argued about the conscious decision between the two. He also cleared the difference between passion and profession, and stressed upon the identification of one’s strength. He stressed the students to go with the flow and figure out their strength what they want to be. The 2nd speaker was Chartered Accountant Rinu Koshy, alumni (2002), who discussed about the uncertainty which is actual certainty, about the GDP and the sum product of the values that has increased or decreased in this pandemic situation. He also spoke about the budgeting and considerable aspect of life insurance and of quality health care and corona kavach. He further highlighted on the contribution on learning certificate courses and reframe one’s talent and capability in this locked down situation. He further stressed out on creation which has to be protected. CA Sanjay Thambi concluded his discussion with the beautiful questionnaire, from the point of view of students. Dr Yadvendra Dhote (2007)Specialist in Asthetics and cosmetology discussed about the oral and general care. He described about the respiratory infections of Covid- 19, and conversed about the oral diseases related to dental diseases. He connected the oral dental health issue related to covid 19, and presented full objectives of dental treatment. He finally emphasised and argued about the myths and misconceptions of oral dental treatment, and finally put on everybody to wear mask. With a beautiful quote health is exactly true money he ended up his session. The question answer session came to be a fruitful end. The session was applauded by the Management, Dean Academics Dr Vinita Thomas, Convenor of Alumni Association Dr Chanda Verma and other faculty members. The programme was wrapped up by Dr Sunita Kshatriya, Department of Commerce, and vote of thanks was proposed by Dr Rincey B Abraham, Department of Commerce.

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