Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Charity begins at..

                                 The Daily Pheesh
                                 Thursday February 1 2018

The Sree Parasuram Seva Sena(SPSS) is a charitable educational and moral concern which seeks to harness the values of our ancient civilization towards the greater good of our society. Though only 10 years old, the Sena is the inheritor of a tradition that stretches back to the glorious Indus Valley Civilization and seeks to ensure that this unbroken chain runs on for ever and ever. The Sena's primary initiatives are in the field of education and public service and it coordinates with a host of civil society organizations that share its values and principles. The Sena's educational institutions have been praised as models of the education of the future as they combine high academic standards with an ethical touch.

"Sree Parasuram Seva Sena schools and colleges have impressed me deeply with their commitment to the moral uplift of society. I urge all concerned parents to embrace the Sena schools for the sake of the nation and its culture"
Sri Vidhvesharahitananda
M.Litt, D.PHil
Educational expert

The Parasuram Seva Sena is proud to introduce two new courses for its able and dedicated students. They are:

1)B.Mp(Bachelor of Moral Policing)- Duration 1 year
This course seeks to instill the precepts of social activism in students and encourage them to realize the historical and cultural background of intervention in social affairs. The students will be instructed by a distinguished array of experienced faculty and will receive specific instruction from elite guest professors. A great deal of emphasis will be laid on field work. Male and female students will be permitted to attend this course. There will be no fees and students will be required to sign a bond pledging to serve the organization for one year
Eligibility-The applicant must be Hindu and healthy.

2)M.Mp(Master of Moral Policing)-Duration 6 months
This course will impart the philosophical background of social and moral activism to the students and prepare them to take up the mantle of leadership of social organizations in these troubled times. The students shall be granted access to senior functionaries and leaders of friendly social organizations and can learn from them in the best traditions of the guru-shishya tradition. This course is reserved for male students though exceptionally talented female students will be considered. This course will also be free of cost and students will be drafted to the higher levels of the SPSS.
Eligibility-The applicant must have a B.Mp degree and must be healthy and male(except for select cases.see above)

All donations made to the Sree Parasuram Seva Sena will be refunded by the Government of India.

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Anonymous said...

Heh heh. But this is seditious stuff! Somebody might just pilfer the idea!

All donations will be refunded by GoI?! Master stroke!

The whole thing is taking a rather surreal turn, no? Pub culture and mall culture and how it is ruining us ... It's all just politics again . . .There is simmering resentment against the lifestyles of the rich, so take advantage of that and whip up some frenzy in order to appear pro- lower and middle class. Especially since they (politicians) know they haven't done their job. In the last few months all we've been seeing is politicians and the upper classes taking potshots at each other. With television channels egging them on. Bah.

Prasanth said...

Sigh! Very true. It is always very disconcerting when such symbols are attacked since everyone realizes the schisms such attacks are likely to widen. It's complicated but definitely not in the Women's Commission seems to want to handle it. The potshots are only likely to increase in the coming months and are likely to be a feature of our system for quite some time.
Alarming times ahead. :(

Anonymous said...

Very nicely done. Makes me want to join them. Is it recognised by the AICTE? Do they offer a correspondence course?

What would I do without educationists like you? :-)

Quirky Indian

Prasanth said...

The sign of things to come surely. I guess correspondence courses on a trial and error basis are a good idea. Spreads the number of educated souls :)