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Engaging Students in Building up a Healthy Campus: A Futuristic Perspective 3rd Conversation with Prof T N Singh amd Suneel Vatsyayan


NAPWI Conversation Series

National Association of Professional Social Workers in India (NAPSWI) presents NAPSWI Conversation series on Social Work after COVID Pandemic (A futuristic perspective) Engaging Students in Building up A Healthy Campus :A Futuristic perspective Prof T.N.Singh, VC, MG Kashi Vidya Peeth in conversation with Mr Suneel Vatsyayan, Nada India Foundation
Posted by National Association of Professional Social Workers in India on Friday, 29 May 2020

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