Puttur: PG Department of Commerce, St Philomena College Puttur organized a state level Commerce and Management Fest ‘Philo Ventura 2017’ on February 9, 2017 in college auditorium.
Mr. K. A. Chandra Kumar, Joint Commissioner, Income Tax Department, Mangalore inaugurated ‘Philo Ventura 2017’ and said, ‘Learning is a lifelong process. The success rate of our students in UPSC examinations is very low. There is a need to inspire the students to appear for the competitive examinations.’ Prof. Leo Noronha, Principal said, ‘Creativity has become the benchmark of higher education.’
Mr. M. Jagannath Kamath, Chartered Accountant, Kamath & Kamath Associates, Mangalore participated as the chief guest. Rev. Dr Antony Prakash Monteiro, Chairman, Centre for Post Graduate Studies and Research was the guest of honour. Very Rev. Fr Alfred J Pinto, the Correspondent presided over the function.
Ms. Geethashri and group sang the prayer song. Mrs. Divyashree K, Coordinator of the Fest welcomed the gathering. The student coordinator Mr. Roshan Rozario proposed the vote of thanks. Ms. Prajna P K compered the programme.
In the valedictory function, Mr. Gangadhara P, Chartered Accountant participated as the chief guest. Rev. Dr Antony Prakash Monteiro, Chairman, Centre for Post Graduate Studies and Research participated as the guest of honour. Prof. Leo Noronha, Principal was the president of the function. Ms. Priyanka Adline D’souza, Assistant Professor presented the details of prize winners.
St. Aloysius College (Autonomous) Mangalore bagged the overall championship and Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara College (Autonomous) Ujire secured the runners up prize.
The student coordinators Mr. Roshan Rozario welcomed the gathering and Ms. Nisha K proposed the vote of thanks. Mr. Mahammad Tanveer compered the programme.
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