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Leadership Training held at St Philomena College Puttur

Published On : 12 Aug 2017   |  Reported By : Prof. Dinakara Rao


Puttur: The National Service Scheme of St Philomena College Puttur in association with Junior JCI Puttur organized leadership training programme for the NSS volunteers on August 5, 2017 in Spandana auditorium.

The Past President of JCI Puttur Dinesh Prasanna was the trainer. He said, ‘Leaders are not born, they are made. The NSS offers unique opportunity to the students to unravel their potential and channelize their energies towards the noble task of nation building.’

The President of Junior JCI Puttur Deeksha Parvathi presided over the programme. The President of JCI Puttur Pashupathi Sharma participated as the trainer. NSS leader Mr. Shreeshaprasad was present on this occasion.

Ms. Gagana proposed the vote of thanks. Ms. Harinakshi compered the programme. NSS Programme Co-ordinators Mr. Madhusudana N and Mrs. Prashanthi N coordinated the programme.







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