Programme on “Maaperum Tamil Kanavu” “மாபெரும் தமிழ் கனவு (Tamil Dream and Heritage)”
The Maaperum Tamil Kanavu (Tamil Dream and Heritage) programme is being executed in all parts of Tamil Nadu state to sensitize college students to Tamil and Tamil Nadu. Till now, more than 100 programmes have been held in various places in Tamil Nadu.
In continuation, it was held at the campus of Trinity College for Women (Arts and Science) in Namakkal on November 6, 2023.
This programme was inaugurated by Mr. R. Suman, Revenue Divisional Officer, Namakkal. The Tamil language is a very ancient language. This type of “Maberum Kanavu” event gives a boost to the student’s community, he said.
Dr. I.S. Parveen Sultana, Motivational Speaker and Associate Professor in Tamil, Justice Basheer Ahmed Sayeed College for Women, Chennai, was the invited speaker. Students are the assets of our nation. Android mobile is a hindrance to our growth. Someone will humiliate you. You have to achieve it before they do. Unfortunately, somebody only took advantage of that opportunity. Listening and reading skills are necessary for every student. If we have these two skills, we automatically get a speaking skill, she said.
Hard work never leaves us. Tamilians live in all parts of the world. I have visited 31 countries so far. Nature and the universe give it to us. You think positively; your life is also positive, she pointed out.
Er. K. Nallusamy, Chairman of the College, highlighted the need for personality skills for all girl students.
Mr. S. Prabhakaran, Deputy Collector, Social Welfare Department, Namakkal District; Mr. C. Sakthivel, Tahsildar, Namakkal; Mr. Chellappa, Coordinator, Tamil Virtual Association; Dr. R. Kulandaivel, President; and Mr. D. Chandrasekaran, Secretary, Trinity Academy Matric Higher Secondary School; Mr. Rama Srinivaasan, Secretary, Trinity International School; Mrs. Aruna Selvaraj, Executive Director; Dr. M.R. Lakshiminarayanan, Principal; Dr. Arasuparameswaran, Director Academic; Dr. A. Raja, Principal; Dr. P. Kandasamy, Associate Professor in Tamil; and Dr. N. Sekar Faculty of Tamil, Arignar Anna Government Arts College, Namakkal, Dr. G. Sharmila Banu, HOD of Zoology, Namakkal Kavignar Ramalingam Government Arts College for Women, Namakkal, Dr. T. Geetha, Coordinator, Maaberum Tamil Kanavu, Trinity College for Women, Dr. S. Sakthivel, HOD of Tamil, and Mrs. K. Meera, Assistant Professor in Tamil, Selvamm Arts and Science College (Autonomous), Namakkal, participated in that programme.
Dr. T.K. Anuradha and Dr. B. Vishnupriya, Faculty of Tamil at Trinity College for Women, Namakkal, compiled the programme.
More than 2000 students from Arignar Anna Government Arts College, Namakkal,
Namakkal Kavignar Ramalingam Government Arts College for Women, Namakkal, Selvamm Arts and Science College (Autonomous), Namakkal and Trinity College for Women actively took part in that programme.