IMPHAL, Oct 3: The Association of Manipuri Diaspora (AMAND), Pune organized a Social Outreached Program under the banner `Meeyamgi Thougal `“Spirit of Social Upliftment`™ at the SOS Children`™s Village, Pune on Friday, informed a statement of the association.
It said the association is a registered non-profit, non-government community organization formed by the Manipuri professionals working in /retired from the Central government or Maharashtra government or other reputed Institutions based in and around Pune.
It said the orphanage where the program was held houses around 200 orphans and is a model village under the aegis of the non-government, International SOS Children`™s Villages working to meet the needs and protect the interests and rights of under privileged children globally.
As a part of this outreach program, an interactive session based on the `Communication Skills Development Program`™ for the senior level students of this village was conducted by a senior member of AMAND Pune, Dr. Kh. Somorendro Singh, former director, Institute of Co-operative Management (ICM), Imphal & Associate Professor, VAMNICOM, Pune who is also an eminent soft skills communication cum management trainer by profession.
About 50 students were attended the session, it said.
The interaction was very lively and vibrant with an overwhelming response from the students, it said.
Further, Dr. Singh motivated the students to dream bigger and cultivate necessary skills and competencies to translate the dreams into a grand fulfilling reality, it said.
The half day program was concluded with a Tree Plantation Program in and around the homes of SOS Children`™s Village campus at Pune by the members of AMAND and students of junior classes of this SOS Children`™s village, it said.