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St Agnes College organises online course on Computing using MS Excel

Published On : 05 Jul 2020   |  Reported By : media release


Mangaluru: The department of Computer Applications organised an online Certificate course on ‘Computing using MS Excel’ from 18 June to 4 July, 2020 for duration of 30 hours. The participants included students, research scholars and faculty members from various colleges across the country.

The course touched on most of the important features of MS Excel. The resource persons included members of the department of Computer Applications, Mrs Sreevalli Shetty, Ms Jonita Joy Rasquinha, Mrs Seementhini Carol Fernandes and Mrs Malavika Shetty, Head of the Department.

Sr Dr M Venissa AC, Principal of the College extended her support and guidance throughout the course.







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