Puttur: St Philomena Pre University College Puttur celebrated its Annual Day on December 1, 2016 in College auditorium.
Addressing the gathering the Chief Guest of the function Dr. Manjunath Bhandary, Chairman, Sahyadri College of Engineering & Management, Mangalore said, ‘In a constantly changing environment, having life skills is an essential part of being able to meet the challenges of everyday life. The students must give due significance to various types of skills along with achieving academic performance.’
Rev. Dr Antony Prakash Monteiro, Campus Director and Prof. Leo Noronha, Principal, St Philomena College were the guests of honour. Rev. Fr Alfred J Pinto, Correspondent presided over the function.
Various best out going student’s award, General Proficiency Prizes and achievers in sports, academic, cultural, NCC were awarded on the occasion. Faculty members Mr. Prashanth Bhat, Mr. Sanjay S, Mr. Prakash D’Souza, Mr. Anil Kumar and Ms. Stella Jesna Lewis presented the details of the achievers.
Dr K Sooryanarayana, President, PTA, Mr. Jayakumar Rai M R, President, Alumni Association and Mr. Siddanth S Shetty, President, Students’ Council were present on this occasion. Rev. Fr Vijay Lobo, Principal of the college presented the annual report.
Mr. Shwethal and group with their prayer song invoked God to shower his choicest blessings. The secretary of the Students’ Council Ms. Anupama Pai welcomed the gathering. The joint secretary Ms. Deepa Bhat proposed the vote of thanks. Mr. Sherman Baptist Rodrigues compered the programme. The Directors of Students’ Council Mr. Bharath Kumar A and Mrs. Usha Yashavanth A coordinated the programme.
In the afternoon session, cultural programme was organized. In the colourful show, students brought to limelight their creative and artistic talents.
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