Celebration of NATIONAL VOTERS’ DAY 25th January 2012

  Guidance on Responsibility of Voters for fair and free participation in democratic process of voting for good governance was delivered by Adv. Ms. Prajakta Lolyekar in the presence of Executive Magistrate & Mamlatdar Cannacona Taluka Shri. Sudin Natu on 4th February 2012

NSS Unit of Shree Mallikarjun College in association with THE MOUNTAIN CLEANERS [www.mountaincleaners.org] created a FLASH MOB at Palolem Beach on 31st January 2012 to create awareness for keeping India Clean and Green.

Annual Social Gathering & Prize Distribution 2010

Chief Guest: Shri. Ramesh Tawadkar (Hon'ble MLA Poinguinim Constituency)
President of the Function: Shri. R.A. Mazalkar (Chairman: Dnyan Prabodhini Mandal)
Date: 21st December 2010
Venue: College Campus
Time: 10.30 a.m. onwards


Simple Tips
According to the Successful Leaders of the World, for you to become an effective listener, you need to first get rid of the barriers to listening, which are:
Being preoccupied - When you are doing too many things at one time, it makes listening very difficult to do.
Making assumptions - When people are already assuming things, they will not be very keen on listening to what the other person is actually trying to say because they think they already know the answer.
Making judgments - It is human nature to judge and pre-evaluate people; and unfortunately, this is one of the reasons why we are not able to listen effectively. We should keep an open mind if we are seeking to understand the listener and his message.
By eliminating these barriers, you are now a step closer to enhancing your listening skills.
Now, in addition to this, you also need to follow the tips mentioned below:
Ask intelligent questions: By asking questions, you get a better picture of what it is the speaker is trying to say. A note to remember: when asking questions, ask relevant ones and make sure you listen to the answer given.
Take down notes: Taking notes of what has been said will not only enable you to understand, but it will also help you remember. Many pieces of information could be overlooked or forgotten because these were not written down.
Avoid interruptions: Impatient individuals can hardly wait to interrupt but you should know that interruptions will not really lead you anywhere; if you want to understand the message, let the speaker talk.
Practice active listening techniques: These techniques include paraphrasing and summarizing; these not only help you understand better but they also make the speaker know that you are in fact intently listening to him.
Be an emphatic listener: One should listen with the ears, eyes, and the heart. This means that he must not only focus his attention to the speaker but also be a vicarious listener; empathy will allow him to better understand by putting himself in the speaker’s shoes.