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Power of Habits -Make it or Break It


Title of the event:

Power of Habits -Make it or Break It


25 Jan 2021

Target Audience:

Under Graduate Students

No of participants:

100 [ Zoom] +480 [YouTube]

Resource person -                                    


Rama Sevaka Dasa



Presenter & Youth Guide in FOLK, Youth Empowerment Club



ISKCON Bangalore.


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Online: Zoom & YouTube

Report prepared by:

Prof Meera Krishnan

Faculty In-charge:

‘The Urban Reader’ Literary Club- Prof Meera Krishnan; NSS- Prof Rajani D K


The Urban Reader’Literary Club DSBA along with NSS in collaboration with Youth Empowerment Club of ISKCON Bangalore presented a transformative and informative webinar Power of Habits -Make it or Break It 

Shri Rama Sevaka Dasa, the Resource Person is currently working as Presenter Youth Guide in FOLK, Youth Empowerment Club of ISKCON Bangalore. He is an MTech graduate from one of the prestigious institutes of India, (NIT), Surathkal. During his graduation, he had presented many technical papers on latest technologies in the market.  He has an industry experience of 4 years and has proactively conducted many personality enrichment workshops in Bangalore, Hyderabad, Coimbatore and many other major cities. From past 1.5 years, he has been instrumental in inspiring many youngsters across the nation in shaping their personality in a positive way.

The emcee of the session was Ms Pragati Bishal, II Year BBA student and Student Coordinator – The Urban Reader Literary Club. She introduced the webinar speaker and also Mr. Praveen Krishna, Program Coordinator, Youth Empowerment Club, ISKCON Bangalore.  

The key takeaways for students from the webinar were:

  • Gained clarity in choosing between Constructive and Destructive habits
  • Breaking the habit loop through Higher taste
  • Reasons why one fails to continue with good habits
  • Importance of Accountability Partner
  • Keystone Habit for Inner strength 

Mr. Mohammad Muiz from II Year BBA and Student Coordinator – The Urban Reader Literary Club proposed the vote of thanks and invited students to present their viewpoints. A number of students came forward and shared their perspectives and their webinar takeaways.                                                                

As it is rightly said Idle Mind is a devils workshop, this current crisis has blessed everyone with enough time, and students should ideally utilize this opportunity to work on the action which would bring in great transformation. Make it or Break it Webinar offered some of the most powerful & practical tools and techniques to acquire and inculcate productive habits that can transform ones life and bring out the best version of an individual. 

A recording of the webinar is available at: