Mangaluru: Students from Belgium visit St Aloysius College for study tour


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Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, Jul 11: Olivaint Conference of Belgium, a team of 14 students and staff from Belgium are on a visit to St Aloysius College from July 8 to July 14.

During this period the students will undergo several sessions on various topics delivered by the staff of various departments of the college. The team will also interact with the student of St Aloysius College.

They will also see the campus facilities and visit nearby companies and industries. Consul General of Belgium Van De Vreken Mark from the embassy at Chennai was with the team during the first day of the team’s visit to St Aloysius College. Their visit is entirely coordinated by the Dean of Foreign collaboration cell of St Aloysius College, Vincent Mascarenhas.

The team from Belgium arrived to the city on July 8 and interacted with the district commissioner. They will also visit Mangaluru port and interact with fisherman. They will also visit the places like Dharmastala, Karkala and Moodbidri.

Speaking to daijiworld.com, Vander Putten Norman Hubert, one of the students said, “I am very elated to visit Mangaluru and interested to see how this college works as Belgium focuses on one single discipline. We had a good interaction session about the history of Mangaluru, the culture and Indian independence movement.

The students in the team from Belgium are Achour Lina - Law BA3, Casterman Olivia Gaetane M - Management MA1, Jentges Louise - Law MA1, Amory Louis Marie P - Law MA2, Crombrugghe De Picquendaele (Baron) Charles - Antoine Paul A - Buisness engineer MA 2, Spoelberch Paul Nicolas Kyril - Law MA 2, Hawinkel Maarten Pieter Jan L - Buisness engineering MA2, Kervyn De Marcke Ten Driessche Cyrille Nicolas Didier - Engineering BA and Vander Putten Norman Hubert - Economics BA and Law MA.

Directors and mentors, who are accompanying the students are Lambrecht Philippe Josette J - MSc Economics, Kerckhofs Anita - Pharmacist - MSc Psychology, Stammeyer Marie Theresia Agnes Paulina - Languages, Van Maele Bernard Marie A - MSc Master of Business.

About Olivaint Conference of Belgium

The Olivaint Conference of Belgium is a Belgian, independent, multi-lingual leadership organization and debating union for the students founded in 1954. It is the only student organization in Belgium operating in both official languages (Dutch and French). The slogan of the association is 'Teaching governance today, growing leaders for tomorrow'. Its aim is to educate its members for public life. Its focus is on training in public speaking, debating, writing and leading conferences with top politicians, academics and business executives. The Olivaint Conference of Belgium was founded on the model of the Conférence Olivaint in France. Candidate members must submit a written application and undergo an interview by the Conference's board of directors. The Conference limits its membership to 50 persons per academic term. Membership is limited to two year.

  

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  • Christabel Dsouza, Mangalore

    Thu, Jul 11 2019

    Congratulations Rev Fr. Denzil Lobo, Rev. Fr Praveen Martis, Dr.Vincent Mascarenhas and team for bringing in a project like this in the field of education in Mangalore. This has definitely raised the bar at St Aloysius College.

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  • JOHN, mangalore/kuwait

    Thu, Jul 11 2019

    I HOPE ST. ALOYSIUS COLLEGE WILL ADD NEW COURSE B.A. AND M.A.(ENGINEERING) FROM NEXT YEAR. AS THERE IS SAME DEGREE COURSE IN BELGIUM!!! AND ALSO B.E.(ECONOMICS) AND M.TECH.(ACCOUNTS)..

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  • Joe Gonsalves, Mangalore

    Thu, Jul 11 2019

    Congrats to all concerned who are responsible for this tour of students from Belgium to visit St. Aloysius. I am sure these students will also visit the Beeri Project . Both the Principals of these institutions are doing a great job.

    Father Praveen Martis and Father Denzil Lobo I am sure will make this project very fruitful and may this be a forerunner of many more students to visit these campuses.

    It is time that our students too are exposed to these kind of studies

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Thu, Jul 11 2019

    Stay Blessed ...

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