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Social Re-engineering in Today’s Society.

These days I spend a lot of time watching Marvels Avengers and super fight scenes from Tamil and Telugu movies. The beautiful stories of Malayalam movies do not thrill me anymore. While selecting books to read again I find the same trend to pick action-packed thrillers from Dan Brown or like that of ‘One Indian Girl’ from Chetan Bhagat. The need for satisfying the sense has taken over everything else.

Dr. Sharad Kale the renowned Environmentalist talking to SCIT students

Academic year 2018-20 began at SCIT with the usual fanfare. The day after the opening day also happened to be world environment day. And who else is better suited to address our students on this occasion other than Dr. Sharad Kale of the Satyamev Jayate fame? Dr. Sharad Kale has been quietly leading a green revolution in Maharashtra. Dr. Kale’s campaign is against the urban waste. He is encouraging people

Everyone loves Google ?

Everyone loves Google. It gives us everything. We google for information. We google for things to purchase.We google for free software’s. Google movie maker help us to create our own videos. Lawyers cannot do without it. Business is driven by it. Google assist scholars, teachers and researchers.   Companies google to find the right candidates.Google’s latest initiative would bring about 20 million Indian small business online. They expand through various kinds

Nationalism: a positive assertion of a dominant value system or a reflection of a society’s loss of power?

As the world grows closer together cultures collide to create multicultural pluralistic societies. When this happen there is a felt need to protect one’s own cultures. In this cultural pluralism little cultures tend to get absorbed in to the bigger ones. You are exposed to larger than life, alien cultures which that seems to penetrate into all aspect of your life. It includes your religious beliefs, eating habits,  dressing styles,

Session on Gender Sensitization

Gender equality has been a pressing concern across all the nations. It is necessary to educate the young generation that the gender-based stereotype mentality of certain parts of the society is changing in the corporate world. The students of SCIT 17-19 batch were part of a lecture conducted by Ms. Renuka Mukadam, a consultant at SATHI-CEHAT. She is an external member on the Internal Complaints Committee of various Government and private organizations

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