History :

       Personality Development Association (PDA) is an interdisciplinary Forum in MIT.

       It provides platform to the students who aspire to be different in the society by discovering themselves.

       The association aims to develop individual skills of students and make them face the global competitive environment.

       In the academic year 1984-85, five students conceived the idea to start an association to improve the overall personality of the MITians.

       Thus was born the Personality Development Association. The association was formally inaugurated on 4th of February, 1985; with the active support of Prof. K.V. Narayanan and Dr. S. Renganathan.

       From a modest beginning then, we carry on legacy. Personality - Complexity of all the attributes - the behavioural, the temperamental, the emotional and the mental - that characterise a unique individual. it is with these things in mind, and lots of passion towards what we do, we are trying to help students of MIT to mould their personality.


                        “DISCOVER YOURSELF”




                         MIT QUILL

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