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Mangaluru: St Agnes College to hold 7th graduation day on Apr 27


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Mangaluru, Apr 24: St Agnes College (Autonomous) will celebrate its seventh graduation day on April 27, in the auditorium.

Prof Dr G Gopa Kumar, vice-chancellor, Central University of Kerala, will be the chief guest and deliver the graduation day address. Sr M Carmel Rita, provincial superior, Apostolic Carmel, Karnataka province, will preside over the ceremony.

The award of ranks and degree certificates to the outgoing graduates and postgraduates of 2016-17 will be the highlight of the day on the campus of the institution. The ceremony will be conducted in the auspices of the management of the Apostolic Carmel Educational Society, the principal and vice-principal, the governing body, the academic council and the faculty members.


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  • Max and Jessie Rasquinha, Mangalore - Houston/Dallas, Texas, U.S.A.

    Wed, Apr 25 2018

    Our best wishes to St. Agnes College for the 7th Graduation Day on April 27, 2018. Each and every Graduation opportunity opens a new corridor for a batch of students to get graduated and move forward in life. These young women have a tremendous opportunity ahead of them. Life is tough, and the Graduation brings so many new challenges to a student to make some of the right decisions for her future role in life.

    St. Agnes College has expanded it's Educational parameters for so many young women to prosper in life. The women of Mangalore have so many new opportunities to embrace, but nothing is easy in life.

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