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National Service Scheme day celebrated at Padua College of Commerce and Management

Published On : 25 Sep 2020   |  Reported By : media release


National Service Scheme unit of Padua College of Commerce and Management along with the NSS unit of the Padua PU College celebrated NSS Day on 24th September, 2020 at 10am. The program was held in a form of a webinar on the platform of Google Meet.

Prof. Natesh Alva, NSS Officer of Sri Ramakrishna College was the Chief Guest and Mrs Gladis Aloysius, Principal of Padua PU College was the President on this occasion. The NSS Officer, Mr Roshan Santhumayor shared his experience in NSS and spoke on the topic NSS and me.

The Chief Guest addressed the participants on Healthy youth for healthy society. After the formal function a small cultural program was organised by the NSS students. A total of 170 participants participated in this program. The NSS Asst. Coordinators Mr Rahul and Ms Reshma along with the NSS coordinator of PU - Mr Yathiraj and NSS Asst. Coordinators Mr Anil and Ms Rashmi were present







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