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Saturday, March 17, 2012 9:24:05 PM (IST)  

Mangalore: St Agnes College Celebrates First Graduation Day

Mangalore: St Agnes College Celebrates First Graduation Day

News & Pics: Brijesh Garodi
Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore

Mangalore, Mar 17: St Agnes College celebrated its first graduation day at the college grounds on Saturday March 17 with a sparkling event.

Sr M Linette, provincial superior, Karnataka province presided. Chief guest Dr Fr Thomas Chathaparambil C M I, vice-chancellor, Christ University, Bangalore delivered the graduation day address.

In his address, Fr Thomas said that the graduates would be transcending from the campus into the community. He wished them the best as they would be beginning a new life in the society as graduates.

He urged the graduates to make a difference in the future of our society, and with examples explained the life history of five role models in his life namely Narayan Murthy, Amrith Singh, Mother Teresa, Manmohan Singh and Mallika Sarabhai. He also said that only through continous learning, can one achieve any positive change.

Dr Sr M Olivia, former principal and joint secretary, St Agnes College was the guest of honour.

Sr M Supriya, vice-president and convener, Dr Sr M Prem D'Souza, principal, Shailaja K, registrar (evaluation) were present.



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Comments on this article
Aneesha, Mangalore
Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Congrats Jennifer...

judith, mangalore
Monday, March 19, 2012

ya it's nice to have graduation day
in our college. For the first time!
we need to appreciate it should not condemn. Mistakes will happen it\s o.k. let us accept it......
congrats graduates

Nisha, mangalore
Monday, March 19, 2012

it was really a disgusting program. there is no value for the students who passed out with the distinction,Ist class or whatever.all students were waiting outside for the degree certificate like beggars inspite of giving 200 rupees registration fees. this is what ST. AGNES COLLEGE IS " WE ARE PROUD TO BE AGNESIAN WITHOUT OUR CONVOCATION CERTIFICATE" plz this s the request by all the students that do not continue the same next year.and one thing plz return that 200 rupees. plzzzzz dont make money like this.......

continue the same ne

steevan pinto, belman/ajman uae
Sunday, March 18, 2012

congratulations to the garduate holders..wish all the best for your future

Saritha Dias, Mangalore / Kuwait
Sunday, March 18, 2012

St. Agnes always rocks. I am proud to be an Agnesian always.

Eula Pinto, Mangalore/Muscat
Sunday, March 18, 2012

Congratulations to this great institute on its first Graduation Day. I'm proud to be a part of this institute. I wish principal Sr. Prem and management of St. Agnes College all the best and success. May God bless you all.

 
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