Puttur: Department of Post Graduate studies in Computer Science of St Philomena College Puttur has arranged ‘Two week Free Computer Training Camp’ for the benefit of rural people of Puttur. The inaugural function of this camp was held on June 15, 2016 at Seminar Hall of PG Centre.
MLA of Puttur Constituency and Parliamentary Secretary Mrs. T Shakunthala Shetty inaugurated the training camp and said, ‘Computers play a vital role in every field. It is important for everyone to have at least the basic knowledge of using computers.’
The Commissioner of Puttur City Muncipal Council Mrs. Rekha J Shetty, Manager of Corporation Bank of Darbe Branch Mr. Nagaraju and Chairperson of Centre for PG Studies of the College Rev. Dr Antony Prakash Monteiro have participated as chief guests. The Principal Prof. Leo Noronha presided over the programme. The Coordinator of the Department Prof. Govinda Prakash was present on this occasion.
Ms. Tejaswini and group with their prayer song invoked God to shower his choicest blessings. Ms. Nagashree welcomed the gathering. Mr. Abhilash proposed the vote of thanks. Ms. Abhijna compered the programme. The faculty members of the Department Prof. Sooryanarayana Bhat B and Prof. Akshatha have extended their support in organizing the programme.
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