TEDxMVJCE 2022 was held on 30th July, 2022, at M. V. Jayaraman Auditorium. Hosted by our students Mr. Yugesh and Mr. Ranen, 7 speakers had been invited to speak about their experiences and thoughts. The speakers were all from different fields of specialisations and age groups, with their own unique stories and individual experiences, synonymous with the theme, SPECTRUM.
Mr. Raashid Navlakhi, a Business Coach, started off the event with an impactful speech, followed by Mr. Guhan Subramaniam who is a Co-founder and Director of an NGO dedicated to educating children.
Mr. Raashid Navlakhi and Mr. Guhan Subramaniam delivering their Ted Talk
Mr. Bhaskar Rao, a former Commissioner of Police, retired from the service of the Bangalore City Police, gave us an insight into the challenging work lives of policemen.
Image: Mr. Bhaskar Rao delivering his Talk
After a short lunch break, Respected Sir B.N.Suresh recollected on his days working in assistance with Sir A.P.J Abdul Kalam.
Dr. B.N Suresh delivering his TEDxMVJCE Talk
The audience was then engaged in a very energizing dance sequence by Mr. Richard David Tholoor, a multitalented dancer, who was also one of our speakers.
Mr. Richard David Tholoor during his TEDxMVJCE Talk
Dr. Mythri Shankar, a Physician, enlightened the audience about the importance of making healthy choices in life.
Dr. Mythri Shankar delivering her Ted Talk
Varna Prakash, a young food Blogger spoke about her love for food and how she manages her social media. Sharon Joseph, the CEO of CREWASIS, who couldn’t make it to the event due to travel issues, gave a wonderful speech through an online platform.
Ms. Varna Prakash during her TED Talk.
The cultural clubs of MVJCE, Nrityatrix, Dhwani and Raagabhinaya, entertained the audience with breath-taking dance sequences, music renditions and stand-up comedy, as interludes to the Talks.
TEDXMVJCE 2022, SPECTRUM, stood up to its name – it was a colourful, innovative event, organised with great enthusiasm by the TEDxMVJCE team. The event concluded with Vote of Thanks delivered
by our student, Mr. Adithya Krishnan.