Violence has no place in the society: By Retired I.A.S officer, Mr. P.C. ParakhMr. P. C. Parakh expressed serious concern over the violence being unleashed by some elements. “All the religions teach love, compassion and fraternity and there is no place for a terror in the society,” said the former retired IASofficer and former coal secretary to the Government of India. Mr. PC Parakh paid a short visit to school as a counselor. The distinguished former bureaucrat hogged the limelight with his book “Crusader or Conspirator; Coalgate and Other Truth” and answered a volley of questions by the youngsters. On a question of corruption, he opined strong politics should pair with the modern technology in order to eradicate it. While answering to the question how poverty can be done with, he expressed inclusive growth and rapid economic development should go shoulder with shoulder. The former Andhra Pradesh cadre also said that careful planning with systematic hard work is the only key to succeed in life. He requested the students to not to search for any short cut for it. When a student asked why most of the Indian universities are lagging behind in research development, Mr. PC Parakh said that sufficient funds to be released to the universities. He added they must be free from political clutches. The ceremony ended with the presentation of shawl to him by the founder P.P. Satyaprakashdasji Swami, Pujyapad Viveksagar Swami, P.P. Krishnavallabhdasji Swami. Mr. Parakh presented his one of the five most read books Crusader or Conspirator; Coalgate and Other Truth to the founder of the school.