Mangaluru: St Agnes College to host ‘Knowledge Factory’ on Jan 10

Media Release

Mangaluru, Dec 7: Pertaining to the college centenary, St Agnes College is hosting ‘Knowledge Factory’ in line with Ted talks which it has been organizing over the years at various places by a team from Delhi, headed by Amith Prabhu on Friday January 10 from 9.30 pm to 5.30 pm.

8 to 12 renowned speakers from fields of sports, cinema etc will address the audience on various topics. The programme is on Friday January 10 from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm.
Besides this, a quiz will be conducted on history (from global to local history) in two rounds. The prize is: Rs 30,000 - overall winning team and Rs 20,000 for
runner up. Two make a team and the team may consist of any combination of staff, students, parent, outsider of one's choice. Both the participants should have a donor
pass each.

The hard copy donor pass for the programme is Rs 200 for students which is without food and Rs 500 for others with food. Donor passes online cost Rs 1,000, but will
be given at a 50% discount till December 31. There will be a lucky draw on both denominations and the prize is a gadget, costing around Rs 25,000 each.

Donors' passes are available online at:


Hard copies are available with Dr Nancy Vaz, contact no: 9448061925.

Do purchase your donor passes on time to attend, participate, benefit and win fabulous prizes.



Title : Mangaluru: St Agnes College to host ‘Knowledge Factory’ on Jan 10


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