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Friday, January 29, 2010

All is well- despite you fail- Report

Do not get burdened by exams, Think positive – Dr. Ali M Gabhrani

“Do not get burdened by exams, think positive, study not for exams but for information”. Were the views expressed by Dr. Ali M Gabhrani( Psychiatrist). He was speaking at a symposium cum counseling program on ‘All is Well-Despite you Fail”’ by Students Islamic Organisation of India (SIO- Mumbai) held on 28th Jan 2010 at Bandra Boy’s Junior College, Bandra West.


To address the recent suicide tragedies happened in India, this program was also addressed by prominent psychologist, Education inspector and many other academicians. They shared their views on the root cause of these suicides and the ways & means to stop them


Program started with recitation of Quran. Followed by introductory speech by M.A. Qadeer (prez. SIO Mumbai) He explained the theme of the program and then Prof Neelkanth Bankar (PhD in Suicide) took the mike.

He expressed the figures around India, issues associated with suicide and also addressed the ways and means to overcome the issue. Next was presentation of Dr. Ali M. Gabhrani. He shared his views on the issue.

He dealt with the psychological aspects of mind when a person/student got trapped in dilemma of suicide. He explained in details how various situations lead to suicide. He also suggested symptoms to identify when a student is continuously having a mood of suicide. In all it was a good presentation.


Interactive session was very interesting lot of questions were asked by Principals, Teachers, Parents and students. Dr. Ali explained many questions by examples and calling the questioner on dice.


Education Inspector Mr. Borse also shared his views what ministry is doing in this regard. Best five formula was also topic of discussion.


Sum up speech was given by Engr. Arshad Shaikh. He explained the need of trust in God and advised the root cause being the materialism, students need to address this issue in their life and refrain from materialism, have a faith on destiny. Death cant be solution to any problem.

We need to spread the message of this program on mass level. Opined by Divisional president.

Program ended with vote of thanks of Dr. Anwar. Finally it was a great program,

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