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    The 118th batch of Vaktha, a public speaking skill development training program offered by HMTV and Kaushalya School of Life Skill, took place in Hyderabad. The participants expressed that the two-day program helped them build self-confidence. They were satisfied with the training and felt that they transformed from commoners to speakers. They thanked the faculty, D Bal Reddy, for helping them overcome their fear of speaking in front of a crowd.

    One participant, K Ravinder from Rajanna Siricilla, shared that he had difficulty speaking in front of large crowds due to his inferiority complex. However, after attending the training program, his hesitation vanished and he can now confidently face a huge audience.

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    R Sreenivas Reddy from Hyderabad found the program to be a complete package for people who want to overcome stage fear and express their views without inhibitions in front of large audiences. T Venkateshwar Rao from Yellandu mentioned that he used to make excuses and run away when asked to speak in public, but after the training, he can confidently face a larger crowd.

    J Uma Bai, a participant from Hanamkonda, thanked Bal Reddy for hosting the Vaktha program and mentioned that they learned a lot of emotional and technical things. The 119th batch of Vaktha will take place on October 14 and 15. For more information, contact 9704830484.

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