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Chemistry is the mother of Science”

Published On : 26 Jan 2020   |  Reported By : media release


The P.G. Department of Chemistry of St Agnes College had organized the inauguration of their Decennium on 24 January 2020. Dr Vishalakshi B., Professor, Mangalore University, Konaje was the Chief Guest of the programme. The Chief Guest enlightened the audience with the opportunities available in the field of chemistry and congratulated the Department for the great achievements that it has achieved in the past ten years. The programme started by a prayer song followed by a welcome dance by the students of M.Sc. Chemistry.

As it is the 150th year of the Periodic Table students depicted it through milestones. A documentary portraying the achievements and successes was presented. Dr Sapna Kumari, Staff Convener welcomed and introduced the guests to the gathering. The programme was inaugurated by lighting the lamp by the dignitaries along with the trophy revealing ceremony. Magazine “Alchemy - 2020” was released.

The briefing of the Decennium was done by Head of the Post Graduate Department of Chemistry, Dr Geetha M Pinto. The President of the function Sr Dr Jeswina A.C. addressed the gathering and motivated all with her thoughts. The achievers from the alumni were awarded, one of the alumni Ms Christeena Louis shared her experience of the various opportunities she encountered which her helped to grow. The inaugural programme ended with a vote of thanks by Ms Apoorva. Ms Preethi was the compere for the event.







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