Kundapura, June 19: Pramod Madhwaraj- District Minister in charge of Udupi District and the Minister of Fisheries inaugurated the educational academic year of St. Mary’s Pre-University College, Kundarura by lighting the lamp and wished good luck to the students. He expressed- ‘the world is competitive, today we have to work hard even to get a small job. Every single mark is important; so, students have to work hard, and put their maximum effort on studies. We need to strive for what we need in life.
‘In India we have abundant Youth force as well as human force compared to others in the world. Hence you should be ready to work abroad as there are various employment opportunities. We believe this college offers you a high quality of education; if you obtain good education you will attain bright future’ said Pramod Madhwaraj.
Dr. Madhu Mayuri, who arrived as a chief guest, inaugurated the college magazine ‘Blossom’ and she explained- students have to take care of their health. Health is associated with mind which helps the students to concentrate on their studies, students should reduce the usage of mobile phones, instead they should play more of games that provide exercise to their body.
Rev. Father. Anil D’Souza- convener of St, Mary’s group of educational institutions said- students should bring pride to college and to parents. We trust you and respect your parents.
Rev. Father. Praveen Amruth Martis- Principal provided information about the college, its rules and regulations to the students and parents through power point presentation. Sujatha- representative of parents association was present on the dais. Students shared their experiences and also exhibited cultural performances. Deputy Principal Manjula Nayar welcomed the gathering. Reema Saldanha-Lecturer rendered the vote of thanks. Preethi Crasta-Lecturer compered the program.
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