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Interactive programme and work shop on sustainable development with Foriegn Volunteers

Published On : 04 Apr 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Udupi: Interactive programme and work shop on Sustainable development MSW department of Milagres College and Field Service Inter cultural Learning volunteers from Germany and Spain had interactive programme with MSW students of the college and workshop on Sustainable development and Human Right on 1st April 2017 in Audio Visual Hall of the college.

It was inaugurated by Ms. Martha Gonzalez, the Co-ordinator FSL Kundapur. MSW Co-ordinator, Mr. Rayan Mathias was the guest of honour. Principal, Dr. Gerald Pinto presided. Volunteers Mr. Felix,
Mr Adrian, Ms Sophia, Ms Evrim, Ms Murjam and Mr Daniel all from Germany were falicitators.

MSW students, Ms Ramya, Mr Nagendra and Mr Sathwick Poojary organised the programme.

 







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