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Mangaluru: Shree Devi Group of Colleges celebrates annual day at Loyola Hall
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Mangaluru: Shree Devi Group of Colleges celebrates annual day at Loyola Hall

Mangaluru, Mar 2: “The institutions should impart value based quality education to its students for their all round performance. The primary aim and objective of the students should be to gain vast knowledge and acquire abundant skills during their academic career to achieve success in their professional career. Graduates are the assets of the nation. The future and economic development of the country depends largely on the present young graduates” opined MLA, J R Lobo.

He was addressing the students as the chief guest on the ‘annual day celebrations’ of Shree Devi Group of Colleges held on March 2 at Loyola Hall. Student life is a rich experience and a very memorable one. “Graduates should work as ambassadors of their alma-mater,” he added. Later he presented the awards to the university rank holders and congratulated them.

Dr B Narayana, registrar (evaluation) Mangaluru University speaking as a guest of honour said that Shree Devi Group of Institutions is emerging as a centre of excellence and has advised the management to establish a new medical college in the near future. Later he conveyed his good wishes to the students for their bright future.

Chairman of Shree Devi Education Trust A Sadananda Shetty presided and announced that the management is proud to acknowledge the achievements of their students in the field of academics and sports. Later he presented the prizes to the achievers in the field of academics and sports. Principals of respective colleges presented their annual reports.
Vice-chairman Nidhish Shetty, secretary Maina Shetty, trustee Priyanka Shetty were present on the dais. Professor Dr Suphala Kotian welcomed the gathering. Lecturer Jummy John proposed the vote of thanks. Gagan Raj, Dr Disha Jagadish and Shika Alva compered the programme. Later the students presented a cultural programme.

Courtesy : Daijiworld