Mangaluru: JCI Surathkal honoured with award for outstanding work

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Mangaluru, Oct 9: JCI Surathkal was honoured with Outstanding Award for the outstanding work in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals category at the JCI Zone xv Zone Conference held at Bejai Church Hall, Mangaluru. 

The event was hosted by JCI Mangaluru Lalbagh. JCI Surathkal was felicitated for the variety of social and training programs.

Also honoured with golden Local organisation member in management area programmes. 

Jaycelette member Charvi won the first prize in baby king and queen organised at conference.

The conference was attended by JCI Surathkal president Lokesha Rai K, immediate past president Praveen Shetty, past president Dinesh Gowda, Vishwanath Kottekar, MG Ramachandra Rao, Gunavathi Ramesh, Seetharam Rai, Niranjan Bala, Vineet Shetty, past zone officer Chennakeshavara, vice president Sujeer Shetty, Rajeshwari D Shetty, Rakesh Hosabettu, Jyothi J Shetty, secretary Shrishy shetty, treasurer Hariprasad Shetty, members Bharathi Niranjan, Sandeep Shetty, Jyoti P Shetty, Lavanya, Jayaraj, Ashwita S Shetty, Shreyas were present and received the award from zone president Ashok Chuntaru.

Immediate past zone president Rakesh Kunjur, vice president Royan Uday Krasta, programme area director Raghavendra Holla, first lady of the zone Shobha Ashok, zonal officers and dignitaries were also present.



Title : Mangaluru: JCI Surathkal honoured with award for outstanding work


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