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National IT Professionals Day

Published On : 23 Sep 2019


The budding IT professional of M.Sc. Big Data Analytics department at St Agnes Centre for Post Graduate Studies and Research Mangaluru, celebrated National IT Professionals Day on 17 September 2019.

 

The programme began with a prayer song led by Roselita and Prathima to invoke the presence of almighty lord. A video was dedicated towards the contribution and hard work to express thankfulness to all our IT professionals. Reemal Rodrigues welcomed the gathering. Highlighting the key features Mrs Anushree Raj - Head of the Department gave a brief on prominence of celebrating this day. She inspired the students to imbibe professionalism in their lifestyle by taking one of the IT Professionals as their role model and wished each and every student a happy IT Professionals day. Each student reported on an IT Professional briefing on their achievements and professional context. The program continued with a series of intra class activities like IT Group discussion, Tech Talk, IT Quiz, IT Product Launch and Tech Charades.

The entire ceremony was anchored by Sara Afra and the vote of thanks was proposed by Precilla Monthero.

 







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