Panel Discussion on “Gandhi and the Indian Freedom Struggle”

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Panel Discussion on “Gandhi and the Indian Freedom Struggle” in two days National Seminar on “Gandhian Principles and Vision” in commemoration of 150th Birth Anniversary Celebrations of Mahatma Gandhi was moderated by Prof. Shine Antony, Coordinator, Public Relations & International Affairs & Assistant Professor Computer Science, St. Albert’s College Autonomous

The topic and details of the panel members are as follows:
Gandhi’s early life, background, early years in London Ms. Annette Joe, Albertian Institute of Management. Gandhi’s Activism in South Africa and his Return to India: Mr. Sahiya Sunny, Department of Commerce, St. Albert’s College Autonomous. The Onset of his freedom struggle in 1917 upto Salt Satyagraha in 1930: Ms. Abeeya Ann Sojan, Department of Commerce & Research Centre, St. Albert’s College Autonomous. Involvement in Indian National Congress, Roundtable Conferences, and Quit India movement: Mr. Frejin Arooja, Department of Computer Science, St. Albert’s College Autonomous. Gandhian Literary works, famous speeches and use of letters for the propagation of peace and nationalism: Ms. Salih Salim AS, Albertian Institute of Management. Gandhi’s Involvement in the Partition, Independence, and His Assassination, Funeral and Memorials: Mr. Praise Bejoy Varghese, Department of Logistics Management, St. Albert’s College Autonomous.