Sharjah: Karnataka Sangha Sharjah one of the premier association for Kannadigas in UAE recently had an annual AGM and announced the newly elected President Sugandharaj Bekal for the year 2016 – 2017.
The new working committee for 2016 - Karnataka Sangha Sharjah is as follows:
1. President - Sugandharaj Bekal
2. Vice Presidents
i. M E Muloor
ii. Basanth Bekal
3. General Secretary - Abdul Razak
4. Joint General Secretary
i. B M Dinesh Acharya
ii. Nityanand Bhandari
5. Treasurer - Shashikant Kanangi
6. Joint Treasurers
i. Anand Bailoor
ii. Yadav Kotian
7. Entertainment Secretary - Vishwanath Shetty
8. Joint Entertainment Secretary - Sandeep Rao
9. Sports Secretary - Rajesh Kutthar
10. Joint Sports Secretary - Jeevan Kukian
11. Public Relations Officers - Ananth Raman & Mooli Mane
Advisory Panel for the year 2016 - Karnataka Sangha Sharjah
1. Ganesh Rai
2. Noel D'Almeida
3. Sathish Poojary
4. Shantaram Achar
5. Prabhakar Ambalthere
6. Satheesha Venkatramana
7. Praveen Kumar Shetty - Mayura Awardee
8. Harish Sherigar - Mayura Awardee
Patron for the year 2016 - Karnataka Sangha Sharjah
1. Mark Dennis D'Souza
The annual general meeting for the year 2016 began with a welcome speech by Ananth Raman, General Secretary (for the year 2015) followed with a speech by the President, Satheesha Venkatramana, thanking all the 2015 working committee members for extending their support & cooperation in making 2015 a grand success. Venkatramana then extended his heartiest congratulations to the newly elected working committee members for the year 2016.
Swearing in ceremony of the newly elected working committee for the year 2016 was conducted by the Patron of Karnataka Sangha Sharjah, Mark Dennis D'Souza ably assisted by Advisor Prabhakar Ambalthere. All the newly elected committee members for the year 2016 assumed their responsibility by taking an oath to extend their selfless service towards this esteemed Sangha.
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