SSM College organises lecture
Srinagar, Oct 11: A lecture on “Communication Skills and Human Psychology” was delivered by Rashna Imhasly Gandhy in the Auditorium of SSM College of Engineering & Technology yesterday.
Students from Computer Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Business Studies and other faculties attended the lecture.
Besides other dignitaries, chairperson SSM College, Dr Qazi A Shabir, its Vice Chairperson Dilafroze Qazi and various Heads of Departments from different faculties were present on the occasion.
Rashna works as a Jungian Psychoanalyst, practices in New Delhi and Mumbai and teaches in Switzerland, Germany, Holland and Mexico, the college in a statement said.
She also works in Kashmir and Jammu and is the author of the book “Psychology of Love – Wisdom of Indian Mythology”.
Speaking on the topic, Rashna provided a valuable insight into the concept of communication skills.
She talked extensively about the human psychology.
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