Mangaluru: JCI Week programme inaugurated at Surathkal

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Mangaluru, Sep 11: The inauguration ceremony of JCI WEEK programme was held at the aided Vidyadayinee High School, Surathkal.

Inaugurating the programme, JCI Zone 15 president Ashok Choonthar said JCI organizes various programmes in the seven days of the JCI WEEK as per JCI India as the guidelines. He also congratulated JCI Surathkal for organizing the first day of the program in collaboration with the school and A J Hospital through oral hygiene care and dental check-up camps.

Dr Apoorva, assistant professor of Dental Health at AJ Hospital and Research Centre gave information about awareness on oral hygiene for School Children. During the programme, Public Health Dentistry department of AJ Institute of Dental Science conducted dental check-up.

Headmaster of Vidyadayiini School Balachandra, PTA President Gangadhar Poojari wished to the programme as guests.

Immediate past president Praveen Shetty, Jayceerette chairperson Anitha Shashikumar, past president Ramachandra Rao, office bearers Sujeer Shetty, Yogish Devadiga, Jyothi J Shetty , Shisheer Shetty members Hareesh shetty, Jyothi P Shetty, Shashikumar, , School Teacher Divaspati, Janardhan and others teachers were present.

The programme was chaired by president Jc Lokesha Rai K, and project director of the programme Sandeep Shetty rendered the vote thanks.


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