RSS State level annual training camp Sangh Shiksha Varg-2012 concludes at BangaloreDate posted: May 10, 2012 | Short URL: https://samvada.org/?p=9535 | Share:
Chennenahalli, Bangalore May 10, 2012: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s annual cadre training camp Sangha Shiksha Varg-2012 concluded today at Janaseva Vidya Kendra, Channenahalli, Bangalore.
Began on April 20th, the camp was held for 20 days. Swayamsevaks who already got a week long training in a previous camp called ITC are selected to participate in Sangha Shiksha Varg-2012.
From different district of Southern Karnataka more than 1126 swayamsevaks participated. This number is ever highest as far as Sangh Shiksha Varg-2012 in Karnataka is concerned.
In First Year’s Sangh Shiksha Varg-2012, from 463 places of South Karnataka 801 Swayamsevaks took Sangh training. In Second years Sangh Shiksha Varg-2012 from 160 places of entire Karnataka, 217 swayamsevaks participated. In the Special Sangh Shiksha Varg-2012 conducted for those who aged above 40, from 98 places of Karnataka 108 swayamsevaks participated in this 20 days of RSS training.
Swayamsevaks with diverse academic qualifications from SSLC to Post Graduates, farmers to techies were participating in this 20day Sangh Shiksha Varg. Apart from gaining knowledge on organisational skills, Swayamsevaks also learned Yoga, Niyuddh (weaponless art of fight) etc. A special session seva activities, media and internet usage was also organised for the participants.
RSS General Secretary Bhaiyyaji Joshi, Joint General Secretary Dattatreya Hosabale, Akhil Bharatiya Boudhik Pramukh Bhagayyiah, Akhil Bharatiya Pracharak Pramukh Suresh Chandra, RSS top functionaries of Karnataka K Sooryanarayan Rao, Na Krishnappa, Mai Cha Jayadev, Mangesh Bhende, Da Ma Ravindra and several others Sangha Shiksha Varg held at Janaseva Vidya Kendra.
In the valedictory ceremony held today, on May 10, Dinesh Kamat, National Organizing Secretary of Samskrit Bharati was present. Senior advocate in Karnataka High Court, SS Nagananda presided over the valedictory. An attractive physical demonstration from Swayamsevaks drew the attraction of gathering. However, the valedictory ceremony ended without valedictory speech due to heavy rain.