TEDx BMSIT Hosts 'Hide And Seek'

Published: 01st September 2015 05:07 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st September 2015 05:07 AM   |  A+A-

BENGALURU:  TEDx held  an event at BMS Institute of Technology recently which saw an array of speakers engaging the young participants in thought-provoking talks that would lead them to introspect and subsequently lead to change in society.

More than 150 participants gave ears to motivational talks by eminent speakers and heard from the horses’ mouth, about the ideas that can bring change in the society. The theme of the TEDx talk was ‘Hide and Seek.’ The speakers educated the young audience and enlightened them on finding those hidden agendas, questions and answers that we as individual seek, to make our lives better.

Richa Dubey, one of the speakers who has been working towards reviving the old art of Indian Handicraft said, “The advertisement world has completely swept the young generation into a makeshift world where they think that anything Indian and coming from the rural artisans cannot be independently priced.” The event also saw speakers like Vidya Pai, who spoke to the audience about how understanding of one’s inner self will bring a change in one’s outlook. Salman Noor engaged the audience with his encapsulating talk about being a successful entrepreneur.

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