12 thoughts on “Count Down For Coorg National Conference


    (September 25, 2012 - 3:24 am)

    Is Maha kumbh mele me tamam sadhuo ka swagat hai- Jatadhari, kamandal dhari, Hathi wale, Naga baba, kaupin dhari, Mauni baba, Debating swamis, Tiger swami, Coding swami, Programming baba, Java experts, Testers…
    Sabhi santo ka is samagam me swagat hai..
    Unke samagam se punya-salila Ganga beh chalegi jis se sabhi haklane walo ka param kalyan hoga..



    (September 25, 2012 - 3:50 am)

    @Sachin ji – Superb ! We all are tied with a beautiful rope called TISA 🙂
    Relation which never ends…


    (September 25, 2012 - 6:15 am)

    Sachin SIR – Superb, Snto (& pws) ki kitni varieties h ye aaj pta chala………

    Vishal Gupta

    (September 25, 2012 - 7:30 am)

    sachin sir…the sad news that i m not attending this COORG meeting…!!!


    (September 25, 2012 - 1:24 pm)

    I am getting butterflies in stomach feeling already…So looking forward to meet everyone!


    (September 25, 2012 - 1:47 pm)

    Sachin Sir …you surely have a good sense of humour 🙂

    Joy Baba


    (September 25, 2012 - 3:19 pm)

    @Vishal- if you are sad about missing this NGT- sing a sad song! and be ready for the next NGT; God willing, TISA will have at least four such events every year..


    (September 26, 2012 - 4:22 am)

    Bangalore SHG members should mention – how is CLIMATE OF COORG at present ?? So that PWS who are attending National meet can keep cloths according to climate. Otherwise he may fall sick.
    It happened with me once. to celebrate Diwali, I started journey from Karnataka to rajasthan, but in october month, generally people do not use warm cloths. So I kept a bed sheet in journey bag and started travelling by train in SLEEPER class. But generally in october/november temperature falls very much in night. I was shivering by cold in night and bed sheet was not sufficient. Next day I fallen sick. so my suggestion- just put one warm SHAWL in travelling bag.


    (September 27, 2012 - 11:16 pm)

    will really miss the event but best wishes to all PWS.


    (September 28, 2012 - 12:54 pm)

    please post all update,
    So that who is not able to present in national meet, will be attached mentally & emotionally.


    (September 29, 2012 - 2:03 am)

    Benefits, which I got by national meet, Coorg

    Surprised …………….
    How I got benefited without attending meet even before meet started?…………….
    But it is true. I got much more than expected by coorg meet. Let me explain you. Since 2009, I am a member of [indiaPWS] yahoo group. I used to visit TISA website http://www.stammer.in also sometimes. But I was not aware of blogging and about TISA blog. Even it was not easy to memories the blog name. And since last year, I did not get any information about any TISA workshop on yahoogroup. By chance national meet information was given on yahoogroup. as upto that time, I wasn't aware about so many workshops arranged nearby me. I thought-as NO workshop nearby me this year , so national meet is only option. So I registered for national meet. From there some PWS got my mobile no. & mail id, and called me about reservation. From that day phone calls, chatting started with those PWS. From them, I came to know about TISA blog, delhi workshop in july end 2012. I attended delhi workshop. After attending delhi workshop, my underneath part of stuttering iceberg (shame,hatred, fear, guilt) started to crack. TISA workshop shown me-my real position-where I stand-what work to be done for better communication. TISA dropped me on right path for attaining better communication skills.
    All this I got, just after registering for coorg meet.


    (September 29, 2012 - 4:53 pm)

    Thank you Hemant! It is important to talk about shame, fear and guilt. These are the real issues we face. But many young IPWS keep chasing FLUENCY and CURE, instead of realising that these psychological problems cause much more handicap than stammering itself.. As a duty towards young IPWS, we must talk about these issues and how we can come out of it..
    Thank you once again!

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