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TEF conducts first ‘WOW’ event in Kuwait
May 17, 2016, 1:41 pm
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Tamilnadu Engineers Forum (TEF), a leading Engineers Association  in Kuwait organized Kuwait’s first ‘Women of Wisdom’ (WOW) event, an exclusive event for Ladies at Fintas Auditorium on 13 May.

The event was designed to groom the powerful feminine identity and support women in identifying sources of  hope and courage, personality, inspiration and energy for action during challenging times.

Motivational speakers and leaders were invited from India who delivered inspirational lectures and conducted energetic workshops on Knowledge, Wealth and Strength’ – the three main ingredients for a wonderful life.

The event included a talk on ‘Entrepreneurship skills development for women’ by Dr. Jayaraman from Center for Entrepreneurship Development Institute, India, ‘Self defense techniques for women’ by Sreeram from Krav Maga, Chennai, India and ‘Enthusiasm runs in my blood’, a motivational workshop by a famous motivational and leadership coach Naseer Khan from Elevate Global Training Solutions, India.

Speakers were honored by Ananthi Natarajan, Latha Jeyakumar and Shanthi Krishna Jegan.

The event commenced at 9am with a Tamil prayer song by Sanaa Rafeek,  followed by Thirukkural snippet by Praveena Makesh. The welcome address was delivered by Dr. Shan Senthil, TEF’s General Secretary.

The event ended at 3:30pm with a vote of thanks by Shahul Hameed, following breakfast and lunch, sponsored by Hotel Saravana Bhavan. The anchor for the event was Aishwarya Jeyakumar.

The first ‘WOW’ initiative in Kuwait by TEF 2016 team is a  ‘Benchmark event for ladies in Kuwait and is expected to spread its wings globally positioning ladies as the professional leaders of the Society.  

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