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LIBRARIANS’ DAY CELEBRATION AT ST AGNES COLLEGE (AUTONOMOUS), MANGALORE

Published On : 22 Aug 2020   |  Reported By : media release


“Application of Information Technology in libraries will help to serve the users even in the pandemic situation” said Sr Dr Venissa A C, Principal after inaugurating the Librarians’ day celebration organised by the Department of Library and Information, St Agnes College, Autonomous, Mangalore. She motivated the support staff to use the available resources and enhance their knowledge.

 

Chief Librarian, Dr Vishala B K welcomed the gathering and highlighted the significance of the day. She briefed on Padmashree DR S R Ranagnathan and his contribution to the Library and Information Science field. During the programme Mrs Nirmala Shenoy who superannuated after serving for more than 40 years in the library was felicitated. Sr Carmel Rita A.C. , Administrator, Sr Dr. Vinora A. C., P.G.Coordinator, Sr Roopa A.C., Vice Principal were present. Ms. Christal Nisha Mascarenhas compered the programme. During the programme, the support staff also put up a small entertainment programme.

 







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