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Parents Meeting held at Thakurmunda

Series of events, meetings, and gatherings are taking place in and around us online, which has become the accepted new norms of today. The Don Bosco Tech Society, Thakurmunda team conducted a parent’s meet of Accenture phase - 10, batch - 4, on August 1, 2020, to bridge the communication gap between parents and teachers. This is, perhaps, the need of the hour for the success of a student.

The program was well coordinated by Mr. Jagdish Prasad Swain (Centre Coordinator) and Mr. Rameswar Tripathy (Trainer, IT & English). More than 20 parents attended this event from different corners of the Mayurbhanj district of Odisha.

At first Mr. Tripathy, heartily welcomed the parents and gave the opening remarks on the purpose of the meeting, which was followed by an update on the effect of COVID-19 on our country. Then Mr. Swain briefed about the need to do social work, by referring to DB Tech’s free skill training program catering to the needs of the underprivileged youth. He left no stone unturned to motivate the parents with citing some of DB Tech’s successful alumni; their job place, salary, job profile, and so on.

After the briefing of the staff was over, there was an open platform for the parents to share their views, opinions, and question-answer session, from anything to everything. Interestingly, a few parents but relevant questions were asked and it was answered by the domain trainers as it was the best time to clear their woes and worries regarding training and placement. Though the time was short, the trainers spent time, one to one, with the parents, to understand his/her son/daughter. In this way, the trainers spent time of about 45 minutes.

Parents’ active involvement in the meeting, made this event a successful one. Finally, Mr. Tripathy thanked the parents for sending their children to DB Tech’s skilling program. This meeting was concluded with some suggestions given by the trainers as ‘how can we save our family and ourselves from the deadly pandemic’.