Talk-session on Self-respect, self-discipline and effective time management of students

Dr. Chintamani Yogi, an expert on Yogic and Spiritual knowledge and practices, addressed the students of the Secondary school and highlighted the importance of a student with moral values in the present generation. He quoted and provided many examples of deteriorating human values among the educated youth and the need to remind the students of the rich cultural values on which Nepalese society is based upon. The session was highly interactive and provided the students with an eye-opener to the values based education that is pertinent to a student of the present generation.

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