Mangaluru: Seminar titled 'Youth as Catalysts in Social Change' to be held at SAC on Sep 26, 27

Media Release

Mangaluru, Sep 21: The department of Social Work of St Aloysius College (Autonomous) will be organizing a two-day national seminar titled 'Youth as Catalysts in Social Change' on September 26 and 27 at Eric Mathias Hall, Maffie Centre for Post Graduate Studies, St Aloysius College (Autonomous), here.

The chief guest for the inaugural programme will be Prof (Dr) G Gopa Kumar, vice chancellor, Central University of Kerala, Kasaragod, Kerala and chief guest for the valedictory programme will be Ln Ronald Gomes, Lion’s Club district governor, DK district.

The following are the sub-sessions and resource persons of the seminar:

This seminar is an attempt to understand and critically analyze the challenges and issues faced by youth and encourage their participation by providing ways to ignite their minds for nation building which would help in contributing to the social, economic, political and cultural spheres of our nation.

For more information please contact:

Dr Roshan Monteiro, seminar convenor- +91812377069
Shwetha Rasquinha, HOD- +919448215481
Deena D’Souza, HOD- +917975344817



Title : Mangaluru: Seminar titled 'Youth as Catalysts in Social Change' to be held at SAC on Sep 26, 27


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