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MANGALORE: The Goa centre of the ICFAI National College at Alto-Porvorim conducted a workshop on `Emotional Intelligence' for MBA students recently.

A press release by the college said here on Thursday that Swami Chidanandji of Chinmaya Mission was the main speaker. He said that emotional intelligence could be of great help to cope up with challenges in life. Advising students to delay gratification of immediate needs, he said this would help them understand better and develop patience, keeping them emotionally sound.

The centre head of ICFAI National College, Mr S. Venkata Raman, welcomed the gathering.

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