Puttur: The Catholic Board of Education (CBE) of Mangalore diocese appointed Prof. Udaya K, Head of the Department of Mathematics and the Dean of Sciences, as the Vice Principal of St. Philomena College, Puttur. In place of Prof. Dinakara Rao, who superannuated, the management appointed the new vice Principal.
Prof. Udaya K, the post graduate in Mathematics and also MPhil from Mangalore University, began his teaching career in Milagris College, Kalyanpura, and then transferred to St.Philomena College in 2002.
In 36 years of an illustrious career, Prof. Udaya successfully carried out various posts of responsibilities entrusted in the College and offered from university. He was a member of the Board of Studies (BOS) and BOE in Mathematics of Mangalore University as well as various Autonomous institutions affiliated to Mangalore University. He served as the Director of Science Association, student welfare officer. In the second cycle of NAAC accreditation, he was IQAC coordinator and the College accredited with A grade.
Very Rev. Jerome Lawrence Mascarenhas, the Correspondent, and Rev.Fr.Antony Prakash Monteiro, the Principal of the College, congratulated and wished success to Prof.Udaya K for his appointment as the Vice Principal of the College.
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