Mangaluru: J R Lobo elected member of RGUHS senate


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru

Mangaluru, Aug 1: MLA of Mangaluru South constituency J R Lobo has been elected member of the senate of Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS).

This was announced by secretary of Karnataka Legislative Assembly M Gururaj in a press release on Saturday August 1.

Also, MLA of Bengaluru's Malleshwaram constituency Dr C N Ashwath Narayan and Kolar's Maloor constituency MLA K S Manjunath Gowda have also been made members of RGUHS senate.

  

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  • Eulalia Dsouza, Bijai/ Mangalore

    Mon, Aug 3 2015

    Congratulations dear Mr. Lobo. Great news to hear this . Am sure you will do justice to what responsibilities you have been given always. Good luck sir.!

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  • Sr. Ellen Marie , Mangalore

    Mon, Aug 3 2015

    Congratulations Mr. J.R Lobo on being elected member of RUGHS. He will do well as he always has done.

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  • Christine, Mangalore

    Sun, Aug 2 2015

    Congratulations and best wishes to you Mr. J. R. Lobo Contribute your mite to Education. May God bless you.

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  • Alwyn Crasta, Mangalore/Bangalore

    Sun, Aug 2 2015

    Congratulations & best wishes to Mr. J.R.Lobo, on being elected as a member of RGUHS Senate!

    With your background as a successful administrator, we expect that you will be firm in upholding highest standards and transparency in running of the affairs of RGUHS, which is the need of the hour.

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  • Dr Norbert Lobo, President, Amuct, Mangaluru

    Sun, Aug 2 2015

    Congratulations Dear Sir. Your knowledge and understanding of Higher Education, your positive attitude in solving issues and the honest and sincere person within will make you the most appropriate and capable person for this responsibility. Time and again you have demonstrated your passion for solving issues confronting higher education. While gratefully acknowledging your services in solving issues of general education, I wish you all the very best in your new responsibility.

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  • Joe Gonsalves, Mangalore

    Sun, Aug 2 2015

    Congratulations and good wishes to you J.R. I would also say kudos to RGUHS in having you as a member of the Senate.

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  • Fr Roshan Rosario Capuchin, Mangalore/Bangalore

    Sun, Aug 2 2015

    Congratulations dear MLA J.R.Lobo for being elected member of RGUHS senate. You are a capable person with vast knowledge. Great administrator... Wishing you all the best and praying on you God's Blessings.

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  • vincent rodrigues, katapadi/b'lore

    Sun, Aug 2 2015

    Mr.Lobo is a competing person for the senate member of RGUHS.Congratulation and all the best.

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  • Fr Felix Monteiro, Mangalore

    Sun, Aug 2 2015

    Congrats to our MLA Mr J.R. Lobo for being elected member of RUGHS. Mr J.R. Lobo is a competent person with all his past experience in the public
    service, besides being a successful and admired commissioner of Mangalore. A highly educated person too. Thanks to the Government for electing for the right post for the right person.
    All the best dear Mr J.R. Lobo Sir.

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  • Harold D'cunha, Mangalore, India

    Sun, Aug 2 2015

    Congratulations to J R Lobo for been elected member of the senate of Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS).

    But why politicians should be elected as Senate member of University. This is really not good for education. As such, every department in India are corrupt and the ethics in general, about politicians are well known.

    We wish J R Lobo all the best.

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  • PREMNATH SHETTY, BANGALORE

    Sun, Aug 2 2015

    A wrong move of inducting politicians,as the senate plays an important role in deciding or recommending courses to the higher medical council.University senate should be a political,however good the the politician is.

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  • Al, Canadian

    Mon, Aug 3 2015

    Evan though lobo is a politician he will not compromise his responsibility towards education. He is not . corrupt and ensures anything he handles will be done to the benefit towards the society. In fact it is a great move to induct him so with his influence make more vibrant the education to students

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  • Albert, Mangalore

    Mon, Aug 3 2015

    Dr C N Ashwath Narayan is a doctor by profession studied from presitigious KMC, MangMr.alore.
    However, Mr Lobo and Manjunath Gowda are totally unware about medical sciences.
    We have already seen many hiccups created by current health minister, who does not have any knowledge of medical science.
    Kindly nominate only doctors for health associated posts and save public life!!

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  • well wishers, Mangalore

    Mon, Aug 3 2015

    12th class pass out become HR minister and fake LLB degree holders become law minister. It not necessary only Medical representative become RGUHS member...Anything is possible in India.

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  • Albert, Mangalore

    Mon, Aug 3 2015

    Yes very True welwisher.A maid from Italy can hop here and hold the neck of a party and make a puppet as PM!! Awesome!!!
    Dirty political MLAs should try to work for public not to poke their nose in medical university matters!!

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  • Wilfred D'souza, KKULSHEKAR/SAUDI-ARABIA

    Sun, Aug 2 2015

    Congratulations,Sir,
    May god Grant you Good Health,Peace of Mind,and Patience to handle Situations Peacefully.

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