Mangaluru: St Aloysius (Deemed To Be University) officially launches TEDxSAC 2024

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Mangaluru, Feb 3: The inauguration of TEDXSAC ‘KOSEI’ was held at St Aloysius College(Deemed To Be University), in the LCRI auditorium on Saturday, February 3.

Kishore Alva, chief executive and director of Adani Group, was the chief guest of the event, he inaugurated the the event while addressing the gathering with his nostalgic talk on being an alumni of the college. He gave his views on how TED talks helps to bring youth under a platform of exploration and extreme exposure to the the world.

Other dignitaries on the dais included Dr Smitha DK staff convenor, Dr Claret Vinaya Periera co convenor, vice chancellor in charge Dr Praveen Martis SJ and rector Fr Melwyn Pinto SJ. The speakers who attended the inaugural were, Aashna Rai, Neeraj Choudhary, Dikshith Rai, Aarti Malhotra and Major Samar Pal Singh Toor.

The list of 12 speakers for TEDxSAC 2024 includes Pramodini Roul, an acid attack survivor and motivational speaker, Gireesh Sahadev, a television actor, Major Samar Toor, a war veteran, Neeraj Kumar Choudhary, an internet content creator, Karthik Chennoji Rao, a playback singer and music creator, Dr Rukhsaar Sayeed, an entrepreneur and Master Chef Finalist, Dikshith Rai, an entrepreneur and a college alumni, Fr Saju George SJ, a performer and scholar, Shekar Naik, a Padmashree awardee and former captain of Indian Blind Cricket Team, Vicky Roy, a photographer, Aarti Malhotra, an activist against queer bullying, and Aashna Rai, NCC cadet and youth ambassador at YEP in Vietnam.  





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