P.R.Government College (Full name Pithapuram Maharaja College as Pithapuram Maharaja donated this place for construction of college in 19th Century) was established in 19th Century and has more than 100 years of history and within the college premises some of the buildings have constructed during the British period of 100 years back. I have completed my B.Com (Bachelor of Commerce) in this prestigious P.R.Govt. College, Kakianda in the year 1993.
2 weeks back i attended one seminar on Indian Heritage conducted by INTACH (Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage) in P.R.Govt. College. At that time i met several INTACH members and also P.R.Govt. College Principal. I shown my collections etc. in INTACH seminar to other people and students particularly students were very curious and eagerly want to know something from my collection. At that time P.R.Govt. College Principal informed me as soon you are conducting one Seminar on Indian Heritage and Culture in our College Heritage Club.
Today P.R.Govt. College History Department Head invited me to give Seminar on Indian Heritage and Culture to their History students. Accordingly today morning i went to P.R.Govt. College and gave one Seminar there on Indian Heritage and Culture.
This is my First Seminar on Indian Heritage and Culture. In the Seminar i am interacting with students on various aspects of Indian Heritage and also giving visual demonstration to them through LCD Projector.
Below are some photos of my First Seminar on Indian Heritage and Culture which i gave today at P.R.Govt. College (Atonomous), Kakinada.
This is the first photo and here P.R.Govt. College(A) Principal addressing the students by giving some introduction about seminar.
This is the second photo and here i am addressing the history students about various aspects of Indian Heritage and Culture.
In the below 3 photos i am interacting with students and asking questions to them and clarifying their doubts etc.
In the below photo i am standing in front of computer from where i am sharing several visuals on Monitor through LCD Projector and giving some information about each of those visuals.
Below is the seminar concluding photo. Here P.R.Govt. College Principal giving me some compliment for presenting this Seminar to their History Students.