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Thursday, 13 October 2016

100th Prince cartoon launched at Raipur by Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh

Dr Raman Singh, Chief Minister, Chhattisgarh launching the 100th Prince cartoon
Dr Raman Singh, Chief Minister, Chhattisgarh launching the 100th Prince cartoon
Dr Raman Singh, Hon'ble Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh launched the 100th Prince cartoon at Raipur during the Cartoon Festival on 12th October 2016.  'Prince' is the cartoon character published in the emagainze PreSense since July 2008 edition.  The first Cartoon with Prince character was launched by Dr Abdul kalam in July 2008 at Chennai.  

From July 2008 edition, every edition of PreSense used to carry one Prince cartoon drawny Triambak Sharma, Editor, Cartoon Watch and a well known cartoonist in the North India.  100th Prince cartoon will be carried in the 116th (October 2016) edition of ezine PreSense.  The eMagazine PreSense is being published by Prime Point Foundation.

On the suggestions of Dr Abdul Kalam, PreSense introduced cartoons.  The Prince cartoon character was designed by Triambak Sharma on the lines of Common man of RK Laxman.  Prince represents the modern youth wearing trendy dress.

Before the launch of Prince100, a video presentation by Prime Point Srinivasan was screened before the Hon'ble Chief Minister and the audience.  Dr Raman Singh, Hon'ble Chief Minister appreciated the concept of Prince Character and appreciated the eMagazine PreSense for carrying the messages through cartoon character.  Dr Raman Singh watched the video presentation with keen interest.
Dr Raman Singh, Chief Minister watching the video presentation by Prime Point Srinivasan
Dr Raman Singh, Chief Minister watching the video presentation by Prime Point Srinivasan
Please watch the video presentation on the journey of Prince.


Tuesday, 11 October 2016

New initiative of Ezine PreSense - Publishing 'PreSense ebooklet'

New initiative of Ezine PreSense - Publishing 'PreSense ebooklet'

The ezine PreSense, started in March 2006 has now completed 115 monthly 'digital only' editions.  We started publishing 'digital only' editions from March 2006.  Due to the growth of internet and technology, in future, digital only publications like eMagazines (ezines), ebooks, eNewsportals will gain more importance and acceptance.  This ezine is being published by Prime Point Foundation.

Though our ezine PreSense is visible in virtual world only, PreSense has already taken up three initiatives of forming real world Education Loan Task Force (ELTF), Sansad Ratna Awards and Digital journalists Association of India (DiJAI). On this auspicious Vijaya Dasami day, we are pleased to announce 'PreSense-ebooklet', another digital only initiative.

As you know, ezine PreSense is being published on the first day of every month with contents on different themes. Presently, our editorial team members research the topics and write the contents in their names.  Each article is confined only to two to three pages in A4 size (around 1200 words).  We carry six or seven articles every month.

We find that  digital reading is becoming increasingly popular, as they can be read in any device like phone, tablet, iphone, kindle, desktop, etc.  ebooks are becoming popular nowadays.  At the same time, people are interested to read less contents in a quick manner in the digital medium.  They prefer less number of pages in the digital format, than what they could read in the print format.  

Keeping the digital trends in mind, Editorial Team of PreSense has come out with a new initiative of 'PreSense -ebooklet'.  This will provide opportunity to all, particularly youngsters, who aspire to become authors to learn digital writing.  Unlike the ezine PreSense, PreSense-ebooklet will not have any periodicity.  As and when ebooklets are ready, they will be released through groups and other channels like the ezine.  

1.  Maximum number of Pages 30 (around 9000 words) in A5 format.   The ebooklet can be written on any theme, including economics, commerce, science, communication, interviews, etc.  The content should be broken into several chapters.  The author should ensure that another person edits the contents.

2.  The contents should  be only in English.  

3.  After approval by the editorial team, the PreSense-ebooklet will be released digitally. All the ebooks will be stored in the Library of our site www.corpezine.com.   The ebooklet will be released under the PreSense platform with due credit to the author of the book.  Every month, our ezine Presense will carry details about the ebooklet launched during that month along with a brief profile of the author. 

4.  Those who are interested to write an ebooklet on any theme may contact editor@corpezine.com for guidance about the structure, font, design, etc.  The purpose is to make potential writers as 'authors'.  For time being, there is no revenue model for this scheme. 

Editor in Chief


Sunday, 4 September 2016

National Education Policy (NEP2016) - Panel discussion

Seminar on National Education Policy 2016

Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD) of Government of India has published in their site the draft copy of National Educational Policy 2016 prepared by them.  They have requested all the stakeholders to debate and submit their recommendations and suggestins to MHRD. 

The eMagazine PreSense (published by Prime Point Foundation) and Sansad Ratna Awards Committee  organised a seminar at Dr MGR Janaki College of Arts and Science for Women, Chennai on Saturday the 3rd Sep 2016.  Susan Koshy, Editor of PreSense welcomed the audience and explained the purpose of the seminar.  Sivakeerthi, education consultant coordinated the programme. 

The programme had two panel discussions.  The first one on 'School Education' and the second one was on 'Higher Education, Research and Governance'.  R Nurullah, senior journalist moderated the panelists. 

P Ravi (Regional Director of National Institute of Open Schooling), Dr Jahitha Begum (HOD, Department of Education, Gandhigram Rural University) and Lakshmi Radhakrishnan (Former Chairperson of Madras Dyslexia Association) were the panelists for 'School Education'. 

In the second panel, Dr A Kalanidhi (Former Vice Chancellor of Anna University), Dr Sudarsan Padmanabhan (Associate Professor of IIT Madras), Dr R Jagannathan (Former Vice Chancellor of Middle East University, UAE) and Harish Metha (Secretary, SS Jain Education Society) shared their views on higher education. 

The participants also shared their suggestions for incorporation in the recommendations. A Sub Committee headed by Ramesh Sethuraman is preparing the recommendations for submission to MHRD. Bhawanesh Deora, Secretary of Sansad Ratna Awards Committee proposed vote of thanks.


Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Seminar on National Education Policy 2016 (NEP2016) at Chennai

Sansad Ratna Awards Committee
Cordially invite you to a Seminar on
‘National Education Policy 2016’
Dr MGR Janaki College of Arts & Science for Women,
Chennai 600028
(Formerly known as Sathya Studios – Near Adyar bridge)
Saturday, 3rd September 2016 at 10 am

10.00 am to 11.30 am - Panel discussion I – School Education

·         Dr Santhosh Babu IAS (CMD, Tamil Nadu Handicrafts Development Corporation Ltd - He brought back to School more than 12000  'out of school children' in Krishnagiri district as District Collector - Appreciated by Dr Abdul Kalam).
·         Dr Jahitha Begum (Head of the Department of Education, Gandhigram Rural University - She has done extensive research on education)
·         Mrs. R.  Malathy (Senior Consultant, TN State SSA – 40 years of experience in Corporation Schools at Chennai- Retired as Supervisor of Schools in Zone 5 – National Award winner 1998)
·         Mrs Lakshmi Radhakrishnan (35 years of experience, of which 25 years in mainstreaming special children -  Former Chairperson of  Madras Dyslexia Association)

11.45 am to 1.15 pm - Panel Discussion II - Higher Education, Research and Governance

·         Dr A Kalanidhi (Former Vice Chancellor, Anna University)
·         Dr R Jagannathan (Former Vice Chancellor of Middle East University, UAE  - Visiting professor for International Universities)
·         Dr Sudarshan Padmanathan (Associate Professor, Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Madras - IITM)
·         Shri Harish Metha (Secretary, SS Jain Educational Society)

Moderator : Shri R Nurullah, Senior Journalist

No Registration fee – Tea / Lunch will be provided – Registration needed

RSVP:  only SMS or WhatsApp - with name, email id & profession

Mr Sivakeerthi, Programme Co-ordinator - 9043211200
Dr Bhawanesh Deora, Secretary, Sansad Ratna Award Committee – 9385363537

Ms Susan Koshy, Editor, PreSense – email editor@corpezine.com

Tuesday, 30 August 2016

Leadership Communication - Presentation by Prime Point Srinivasan

Vinobha Bhoopathy, an enterprising advocate launched Vinobha IAS Academy at Velacherry, Chennai on 29th August 2016 to prepare IAS aspirants to face the examination and interview.  Dr Anbumani Ramadass MP inaugurated the IAS Academy and spoke about the role of bureaucracy in the democracy.   As a former Union Cabinet Minister, he quote several examples of how bureaucracy has saved the system by providing proper guidance to the Government.  He also quoted the example of Smt Amudha IAS, who did an excellent work at Dharmapuri District.  He suggested all IAS aspirants to prepare well for the competitive examination and be successful.  He suggested them to keep the interest of the nation uppermost. 

Prime Point Srinivasan spoke on Leadership Communication.  He was quoting the examples of how a leader emerges in a situation.  He suggested that a leader should be a visionary and also a good communicator.  He explained as to  how  body language, eye contact, listening and verbal communication skills make a good leader. He quoted the example of a young political leader, when introduced to him was casually shaking hands exhibiting an arrogance.  Such gesture and body language may not give a good impression to others, he added. 

E Ramesh (Formerly in civil service) and Nivas IAS shared their experience. 


Monday, 8 August 2016

Prime Point Foundation honoured with Narada Award for Digital Journalism

Vishwa Samvat Kendra is honouring journalists across the nation for positive journalism for more than two decades with 'Narada Awards'. For the first time they selected five journalists of Chennai from (1) magazine (2) Newspaper (3) Radio (4) Television and (5) Digital categories.

K. Srinivasan, Founder, Prime Point Foundation was honoured with Naradha Award under Digital journalism category for positive journalism. Smt Lokeswari (Editor of குமுதம் சிநேகிதி), Shri Sudarsan (All India Radio) and Shri Nijanthan (TV producer) were also honoured on 7th August 2016. Prime Point Foundation maintains various online discussion groups since 1999 on different subjects like India Vision, Communication, Journalism, etc. Also the Foundation publishes a 'digital only' eMagazine PreSense since March 2006 spreading positive journalism.  

Though Srinivasan received the Award personally, he dedicated this recognition to his Mentor Dr Abdul kalam who inspired and encouraged him towards positive journalism. Also the  dedicated ezine PreSense team and Sansad Ratna team have made this possible. The ezine's tagline itself is 'spreading positive vibrations'.

In the acceptance speech, Srinivasan made out the following points.

Naradha (நாரதர்), the sage in the ancient epics was a great communicator. He was a carrier of communication between the people. Unfortunately, he is being portrayed wrongly as a person creating conflict. Hence this award is named after Sage Naradha.
Srinivasan said that he used to quote in his lecture sessions on communication and journalism as to how Lord Krishna and Hanuman were the greatest communicators. As a communication professional himself, he used to wonder about the communication strategies adopted by Lord Krishna on several occassions. In Ramayana Lord Ram after meeting Hanuman for the first time, introduces Hanuman to Lakshmana as a great communicator. Through two slokas, Lord Ram describes the essentials of good communication quoting Hanuman. This is relevant even today.

From next year, Vishwa Samvat Kendra will be honouring the journalists for positive journalism under different categories in other centres of Tamil Nadu also.

Please listen to my acceptance speech in Tamil (9 minutes)


Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Homage to Dr APJ Abdul Kalam during the first death anniversary

Dr MGR Janaki College of Arts and Science for Women, Chennai and Prime Point Foundation organised an event at their college on 27th July 2016 to pay homage to the Former President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, during the first death anniversary.  Dr Abdul kalam was the mentor for both the organisations when he was alive.

Faculty members, students and admirers of Dr Abdul Kalam paid floral and oral tributes to the great person.  Many eminent persons, including Dr Santhosh Babu IAS shared their personal experience with Dr Kalam.   All the students participated.

The students also organised a small and impressive exhibition on the life of Dr Kalam.  The creativity of the students were highly appreciated by all the visitors.  Some of the photos taken during the event.


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Prime Point Foundation is a non-profit Trust incepted in December 1999, to create Communication awareness among all the people. 

K Srinivasan (Communication Strategist ) is the Founder and Chairman the Trust.
  • The Foundation offers Training, workshop on all Communication related subjects, including Image Audit. 
  • The Foundation publishes a monthly eMagazine PreSense since March 2006. 
  • Digital Journalists Association of India (DiJAI),  India Vision, Action 2020, Education Loan Task Force (ELTF) are other major initiatives of this Foundation. 
  • Every year, the Foundation honours the outstanding Parliamentarians with Sansad Ratna Awards 
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