Prof. P Lal delivering the keynote tackle through the nationwide seminar on yoga held at Nagaland College, Lumami campus, on June 20.

Dimapur, June 27 (EMN): Nagaland College (NU), Lumami campus, organised a one-day nationwide seminar on yoga on June 20 on the theme “Yoga and human well-being: Rising views”. The seminar was sponsored by Inter-College Centre for Yogic Sciences (IUCYS), Bengaluru.

An replace from the college said that the keynote on the inaugural session was delivered by Prof. Pardeshi Lal, vice chancellor of Nagaland College. In his speech, Prof. Lal dwelt on the functioning of the human mind and the way the yogic self-discipline and apply may assist in stimulating higher psychological functioning, neural system, mind elements and general mental capabilities.

In his opening remarks, the chairperson of the organising committee and dean of Social Sciences, Prof. MK Sinha, contextualised the current engagement with yoga past bodily train and as a cultural life-style.

Report said that the nationwide seminar was divided into two technical periods, whereby the primary session was centered on the philosophical dimensions of yoga and its contribution to the world in up to date instances. The presenters had been from Central College of Himachal, schools from state universities and faculties of UP and Bihar. It was chaired by Dr. Likhase Sangtam, division of Political Science, Nagaland College.

The second session was centered on particular sensible elements of yoga in relation to well being, being pregnant, gender minority stress and nervous system. It was chaired by Prof. Athungo Ovung, division of Sociology, Nagaland College. It added that two offline shows had been made by students of Nagaland College aside from on-line shows.

The nationwide seminar was attended by college and college students from Nagaland College in addition to from KVK, NU, Lumami.

The valedictory tackle was delivered by Moangsangba, controller of examinations, Nagaland College.


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