In order to propagate the moral and ethical values in society, Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) in association with the Hindu Dharma Prachara Parishad had launched the week-long Subhapradam programme at Vivekananda Vidyanikethan High School in Karimnagar on Monday.
Collector M. Veerabrahmaiah inaugurated the programme.
Speaking on the occasion, he said that the Subhapradam programme would propagate moral values, discipline among the student community to excel in their chosen career. He called upon the student community to utilise the opportunity for the betterment of society.
During this weeklong programme, the experts in various fields would empower the students mostly of adolescent age about the importance of moral and ethical values and personality development, etc. The day starts for the students with morning yoga classes, meditation and classes on various “Hindu Sanatana Dharma”. Free boarding and lodging is provided to all the students at the school.
Vivekananda Vidyanikethan schools chairman S. Komuraiah said that there was overwhelming response to the Subhapradam programme. During the last year, there were only 250 students and this year the number had reached 350. After the weeklong programme, the students would be completely transformed to lead a disciplined life, he added.