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“Grandparents make the world a little softer, a little kinder and a little warmer.”

Published On : 31 Aug 2022   |  Reported By : media release


There is nothing more wonderful than the love and guidance a grandparent can give to his/her grandchild. In order to honour and focus attention on the importance of grandparents in shaping our lives, St Agnes PU College celebrated Elders Day on 29th August 2022.

The grandparents of the students were invited to the programme. The memorable day began by seeking God’s blessings through a prayer dance. Mrs Jyothi from the department of Humanities welcomed the gathering. Mr J R Lobo, Ex. MLA, Mangalore South Constituency graced the occasion as the chief guest whose message conveyed the love and warmth shared between grand parents and their grandchildren.

Entertainment programme was put up by the students, games were conducted in which elders participated enthusiastically. This was followed by the felicitation of grandparents the success of the event was evident through their joyful smiles.

Shifali compered the programme and Keerthana proposed the vote of thanks. The programme was witnessed by Sr Norine Dsouza, The Principal, Sr Janet Dsouza, Vice Principal, ‘Abhaya’ coordinator Dr Tressy Menezes, the staff and students of the college.







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