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Release of District level Sports meet Invitation at St. Mary’s P.U. College

Published On : 03 Nov 2016   |  Reported By : Bernard J Costa

Kundapur, November 3: The district level sports meet invitation releasing programme was held at St.Mary’s P.U.College Kundapur. Mr Sandeep – the branch manager of MCC bank was the chief guest of the programme.

With the joint association of St.Mary’s P.U.College Kundapur and Department of Pre-university education, district level sports meet of P.U. College “Shine – 2016” will be held from 15th November onwards. Mr Sandeep released the invitation of spots-meet and said “Let this sports event be successful and this institution be one amongst the best organization”.

The convener of the college, Very Rev.Fr.Anil D’souza requested the co-operation from the students and doners for the success of the sports-meet. He wished good luck for the success of the spors-meet.

Manjula Nair-the Vice Principal of St.Mary’s P.U.College, Vasanth Shetty-the Lecturer, Bhaskar Ganiga- the Acting Headmastar of St.Mary’s Highschool, Dorothi Suvaris-The Head Mistress of Primary School and student leaders were present at the dais.

Nagaraj Shetty welcomed all. Fr.Praveen Amrith Martis delivered the introductory speech. Chandrashekhar Beejady compered the programme. Sharmila M Menezas proposed the vote of thanks.

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