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Frank Finn P.D Leadership skills ppt

  1. 1. LEADER SHIP SKILLS ON SHAHEED BHAGATH Done by, SINGH Sindhuja Janani Imran Praveen Suresh HariKrishna
  2. 2. Acknowledgement We are very thankful to our Personality Development faculty Mrs Latha Diwakar for her strong support and guidance in preparing the presentation and Frankfinn Institute for giving us an opportunity to prepare this Power Point Presentation on one of the great leader called Shaheed Bhagath Singh.
  3. 3. Contents  Childhood of Bhagat Singh.  Time period of schooling & college.  Revolutionaries.  Achievements.  Contributions.  Memories and  Reflections.
  4. 4. CHILDHOOD OF BHAGAT SINGH  BHAGAT SINGH was born on 27 september 1907 at Banga in Lyallpur district (now pakistan) to kishan singh and vidyavati.  He was born in a sikh family and he was the third son of Sardar kishan singh and vidyavati. BHAGAT SINGH CHILDHOOD  Bhagat Singh‟s family was actively involved in PICTURE freedom struggle.
  5. 5. TIME-PERIOD OF SCHOOLING  Bhagat singh studied in the local D.A.V school in Lahore, in 1916.  While studying , young bhagat singh came into contact with some well-known political leaders like Lala Lajpat Rai and Ras Bihari Bose.  In 1919,when Jalianwala Bagh Massacre took place, he was only 12 years old. This deeply disturbed him.
  6. 6. TIME PERIOD OF COLLEGE  He left his school and actively participated in the movement called non-cooperation against British rule in 1921 held by Mahatma Gandhi.  At that time , there was a powerful anti-foreign cloth movement in the country. Bhagat Singh took part in this movement and wore only khadi.  In 1922, Mahatma Gandhi suspended non-cooperation movement against violence at chauri-chaura in gorakhpur.
  7. 7. Bhagat Singh was greatly disappointed and he came to the conclusion that armed revolution was the only the practical way of winning freedom. To continue his studies, Bhagat Singh joined the national college in Lahore, founded by Lala Lajpat Rai. At this college , he came into contact with revolutionaries such as Bhagwati Charan, Sukhdev and others.
  8. 8. REVOLUTIONARIES  To avoid early marriage, Bhagat Singh ran away from home and went to kanpur. Here , he came into contact with a revolutionary named Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi.  He went to Lahore and formed a union of revolutionaries by name „Naujavan Bharat Sabha‟.  In 1928 he attended a meating of revolutionaries in Delhi and came into contact with Chandrashekar Azad and these two formed „Hindusthan samajvadi prajantra sangha‟.  “These two Bhagat Singh and Chandrashekar Azad LEAD people towards attaining their goals purely in spirit”.
  9. 9.  In Feb 1928, a committee from england called Simon commission visited India to decide how much freedom could be given to the people of India.  There was no Indian on the committee. This angered Indians and they decided to boycott Simon commission.  While protesting against Simon commission in Lahore, Lala Lajpat Rai was brutally Lati charged.  A British police officer hit Lalaji on the chest. Lalaji died after some days.
  10. 10.  Due to this, on April 8,1929 Bhagat Singh and Batukeshwar Dutt threw bombs in the central Assembly Hall.  The bombs did not hurt anyone. Bhagat Singh and Batukeshwar Dutt were arrested because of throwing bombs .  In jail, he went on hunger strike to protest the inhuman treatment of political prisoners by jail authorities.  Due to this Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru were hanged in the early hours of March 23,1931.
  11. 11. ACHIEVEMENTS  Bhagat Singh gave a new direction to revolutionary movement in India.  He formed „Naujavan Bharat sabha‟ and „Hindustan Samajvadi Prajatantra Sangha‟ along with Chandrasekhar Azad.  He dropped bomb in central legislative assembly along with Batukeshwar Dutt because of the death of Lala Lajpat Rai.  “These two doesn‟t lost their goal even in that situation where their goal was so difficult. This will come under ASSERT in Leadership”.
  12. 12. CONTRIBUTIONS  Bhagat Singh was among the prominent revolutionaries who shaped the base of a grand national movement .  Following his execution , on march 23, 1931, the supporters and followers of Bhagat Singh regarded him as a “Shaheed”.  “Supporters of Bhagat Singh created an atmosphere of cooperation and worked together to attain their goals. This will come under COOPERATE in Leadership qualities”.
  13. 13. MEMORIES  Sadar Bhagat Singh was a handsome young man,tall-5ft.10 inches and well-built.  He had a music voice and could sing with emotion.  One day, just after the sentences in the assembly bomb case had been pronounced, his counsel, Mr.Asaf Alt with his wife, went to interview him.
  14. 14. They approched Bhagat Singh, they found him singing like a child and ringing his fetters in tune with the song. In the special magistrate‟s court, he began to read loud to us the beautiful novel, “seven that were hanged” by Leonoid Andrieve. There is one character in it who shuddered at the idea of execution . He used to utter the words „I shall not be hanged‟. When sardar Bhagat Singh was reading it, he was full of tears.
  15. 15. REFLECTIONS  Bhagat Singh was an extremely well-read man and his special sphere of study was socialism.  “Bhagat Singh was so intelligent, smart and well informed. This will come under INTELLIGENCE in Leadership qualities”.  Though socialism was his special subject, he had deeply studied the history of the Russian revolutionary movement.  It is generally believed that very few in India could be compared to him in the knowledge of this special subject.
  16. 16.  He began to read communistic literature, Bhagat Singh tried to adapt his life to communistic principles.  His whole faith consisted in mass action, action for masses and by the masses.  According to him what was needed most was a selfless young men who would organize and work for that social revolution.  “This shows his INTIGRITY and HONESTY which comes under Leadership Qualities”.
  17. 17. Thank You

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