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Communication works for those who work at communication: Pradeep Dutta
2/27/2020 9:13:31 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Feb 27: Reading, Writing and Rehearsing are t hree important things one needs to work upon to improve communication skills.
This was suggested by Pradeep Dutta, Senior Editor Times Now during Entrepreneurial Workshop organized by Yakjah Reconciliation and Development Network in collaboration with CIF (Romeo Force) of Indian Army.
Thirty students from Mendhar, Surankote and Poonch Degree Colleges participated in three day workshop titled: ‘Springboard: Entrepreneurial Exposure and Leadership’. Workshop was inaugurated by Professor Raj Kachroo, Social Entrepreneur and Founder of Aman Movement. Pradeep Dutta while speaking on topic - Art of Public Speaking - stressed upon command over language and control over pace of words while speaking. “’Slow is smooth, and smooth is fast, “ and “don’t run to your death,” explained Pradeep. “If you want to impact the audience in a meaningful way, make sure they actually hear what you are saying. Slow it down.’’ he added. During course of discussion, Pradeep opened a vibrant space for young people to express themselves. Besides this his session focussed on three important A’s of communication- Awareness, Authenticity and Audacity. In the interactive session students asked questions on yellow journalism and corruption. Earlier, workshop was opened by Ms Ashima Kaul, founder Yakjah.She brought forth the fact that for any change to happen it is crucial that different stakeholders from security, economic sector and civil society to come together for an inclusive development. The last session was held by Gitika Kohli, Entrepreneur and Author. Dr. Saurab
Saran from IIIM-TBI present during the inaugural session also shared dynamic examples of a girl incubate from Pulwama who has embarked on an innovative brand for health. The workshop also included field visits to IIIM-TBI and EDI. The sessions were anchored by Asad Kiyani and facilitated by Kazim Ali and Tariq Majeed.
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