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Online NET/SET/GATE Coaching in Chemical Sciences

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


Mangaluru: The Post Graduate Department Chemistry, St. Agnes College (Autonomous), Mangaluru is organizing a month-long “Online NET/SET/GATE Coaching in Chemical Sciences” from 1 July 2020 by NET/KSET Qualified Resource Persons to help the NET/SET/GATE seeking aspirants in making them realize the heights they can achieve if only they kept persevering and putting proper effort.

The inaugural was held on June 30 at 10:30 am through G Meet platform. Sr Gloria Prima D’Souza, the organizing secretary of the coaching welcomed the gathering. Dr Keerthy H. K introduced the Resource Person to the online gathering. The key-note address was delivered by Dr Mahagundappa R. Maddani, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Mangalore University gave a talk on “Suitable methods for NET/SET preparation”. He emphasised the significance of rational thinking and positive attitude towards these competitive exams.

Ms Sreevidya from I MSc delivered the vote of thanks. The classes commenced from July 1 and would be taught by NET/KSET qualified teachers.







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