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Puttur: Founder’s Day celebrated at St Philomena

Puttur, Dec 9: To commemorate 116th birth anniversary of Msgr. Antony Patrao, Founder’s Day was celebrated in Divaya Chethana Chappel at St Philomena Educational Institutions Puttur on December 9, 2017.

Assistant Professor of PG Department of Commerce Rev. Fr Rithesh Rodrigues participated as the main celebrant. Assistant Professor of PG Department of Commerce Rev. Fr Sunil...

Dr MV Shetty College of Physiotherapy holds NSS special camp

Mangaluru, Nov 9: The NSS unit of Dr. M. V. Shetty College of Physiotherapy in association with Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Science, Bengaluru, organized a special camp at Dakshina Kannada Zillu Panchayat Model Higher Primary School, panjimogaru, Mangaluru on November 7.

The camp was inaugurated by Dayananda Shetty, Corporator, Panjimogaru ward. He stressed on the...

T A Pai Management Institute hosts the finance conclave ‘Finomenal 2017’

Manipal, Oct 30: The 3rd edition of the three-day annual finance conclave ‘Finomenal’ was recently conducted at the T A Pai Management Institute. ‘Finomenal, with its theme “Govern, Strengthen, Transform” provides a platform for the students of finance to showcase their knowledge and also network with senior industry professionals. This initiative brought together Economists, CXOs, Bankers, Regulators and Fund Managers...

Mangaluru: Expert PU College hosts career guidance program–2017

Mangaluru, Oct 29: The 26th career guidance program of Expert P.U. College was held on Sunday at Kootakala Auditorium, Kodialbail, Mangaluru.

Cardiologist Dr K Mohan Pai inaugurated the program and advised the students to make a right choice by choosing a profession of their interest. He told that success follows hard work and this should be...


Expert PU College celebrates Diwali

Mangaluru: “Diwali is the symbol of bright path ahead, knowledge and prosperity. A lazy person will have time for nothing, wherein a hard worker will have time for everything. So plan, practice the things ahead and perform. That is the key purpose of celebrating Diwali in advance. Follow the principle of talk less and work more“-said Prof NarendraL. Nayak,...

St Philomena College students bag intercollegiate prizes

Puttur: Ms. Josvita Lorraine Lobo of final B.Com studying in St Philomena College Puttur bagged the second prize in S D Samrajya Memorial Intercollegiate Elocution Competition on ‘The relevance of Gandhian concept of Swadeshi in contemporary India’ organized by Department of Economics and Humanities Association of Mahaveera College Moodbidri on September 27, 2017. In the same competition Ms. Roshni...

Colleges to face criminal cases if they fail to return students’ documents

Mangaluru, Oct 2: Upholding the right of students to keep their marks card and other original academic documents with them after getting admission in a new institution, Dakshina Kannada Deputy Commissioner K G Jagadeesha has warned of filing criminal cases against private educational institutions if they fail to return all original documents to students.

Speaking at a...


Barakah International School kids mop up 205 kgs of dry waste

Mangaluru, Sept 28: In a bid to inculcate the habit of keeping the environment clean, Barakah International School initiated a four day cleanliness campaign jointly with city based NGO, APD (Anti-Pollution Drive). About 200 students of the school formed eight groups of boys and girls and collected plastic waste scattered in and around the campus.


Udupi: ISRO space exhibition at NMAMIT attracts students

Udupi, Sept 28: Students from various educational institutions participated in the two-day ISRO Space Exhibition at NMAM Institute of Technology (NMAMIT) at Nitte in the district on Wednesday and Thursday.

A press release issued by NMAMIT here said that the exhibition is aimed at displaying the journey of ISRO. The exhibits include 10 satellite models made of...

Jamia Millia Islamia varsity’s new night out rule for girls sparks row

New Delhi, Sept 28: Amid an ongoing row over the alleged police crackdown on girls at the Banaras Hindu University (BHU), a fresh 'night out' rule framed by the Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) University for its female students has now triggered a fresh controversy.

The new rules framed by Delhi's central university requires its female students to ask their...