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ICYM Madanthyar unit organizes Youth Career Empowerment Training Programme

Published On : 01 Nov 2018   |  Reported By : Frenton Irol Dsouza


ICYM Madanthyar unit in association with C.A.P Cell Belthangady Deanery and ICYM Belthangady Deanery organizes Youth Career Empowerment Training Programme

ICYM Madanthyar unit in association with C.A.P Cell Belthangady Deanery and ICYM Belthangady Deanery organized Youth Career Empowerment Training programme on October 24th 2018 at Sacred Heart PU College Madanthyar.

Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dsouza - Assistant Parish Priest Madanthyar Church presided over the programme. Rev. Fr Jerome Dsouza - Director C.A.P Cell Belthangady Deanery, Resource Person Cyril Vas - Co-ordinator, Career Advancement programme, C.O.D.P Mangalore and Prof. Norbert Lobo, St Aloysius College, Mangalore, Mr Gregory Sera - Ex Indian Soldier, Mr Rohan Lewis - Co-ordinator C.A.P Cell Belthangady Deanery, Vivian Fernandes - President ICYM Belthangady Deanery, Ronson Veigas – President ICYM Madanthyar were present on the dais.

The programme was inaugurated by lighting up the lamp by the guests. Ronson Veigas welcomed the guests and the gathering. The president of the programme Rev. Fr Alwyn Dsouza addressed the gathering. Rev. Fr Jerome Dsouza wished success to the programme.

A total of 50 youth of Belthangady Deanery were present for this training programme. Ashwini Moras - Member ICYM Madanthyar unit proposed the vote of thanks. Neema Dsilva - ICYM Member hosted the programme.

 







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