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A One-day workshop on COREL DRAW, was inaugurated at St Agnes

Published On : 25 Nov 2019   |  Reported By : media release


A One-day workshop on COREL DRAW, was inaugurated at St Agnes Centre for Postgraduate Studies and Research Mangaluru, on Saturday 23 November 2019. The workshop is conducted for the various streams of PG students and is hosted by the ‘Neuron’ – students’ association of the department of M.Sc. Big Data Analytics.

The dignitaries on the dais where Mr. Santhosh Notagar, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Animation, St Aloysius College (Autonomous) Mangaluru, the resource person for the COREL DRAW workshop, Sr Dr Vinora A C the P G coordinator, Mrs Anushree Raj the Head of the Department of M.Sc. Big Data Analytics.

The gathering was welcomed by Ms Shereen, who extended warm wishes to all who were present during the Inauguration, Sr Dr Vinora A C florally welcomed the resource person. The program started by invoking God’s blessing with a hymn sang by Ms Roselita. Ms Prathima and Ms Shehreen. The workshop was conducted for 25 interested participants.







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