Mangaluru: Special lecture on 'Samakaleena Sandarbhadalli Lohiyavadada Nirvachana' held at SAC


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Mangaluru, Jan 25: The department of Kannada in association with Dr Ramamanohara Lohia Adhyayana Peeta, Kannada University, Hampi, on January 22 organized a special lecture on the topic 'Samakaleena Sandarbhadalli Lohiavadada Nirvachana' at L F Rasquinha Hall, LCRI Block.

Dr S Ramesh, vice-chancellor, Kannada University, Hampi was the chief guest. Fr Dr Praveen Martis SJ presided over the programme. Dr Yarriswami E, correspondent, Dr Rama Manohar Lohia Adhyayana Peeta, Kannada University, Hampi was the guest of honour. Dr Alwyn D'Sa, controller of Examinations, Dr Saraswathi Kumari, HOD of Kannada and Dr A Subbanna Rai, registrar, Kannada University, Dr Rajaram Tholpady, in-charge director, Nehru Chinthana Kendra, Mangalore University, Hampi were on the dais.

Dr S Ramesh inaugurated the programme. Dr Yarriswami E, Dr Rama Manohara Lohia Adhyayana Peeta delivered the inaugural address. Fr Dr Praveen Martis, SJ delivered the presidential remarks.



The main speaker, Dr Rajaram Tholpady, in-charge director, Nehru Chinthana Kendra, Mangalore University shared his views on Dr Ram Manohara Lohia's thoughts and his contributions to the nation.

Dr Vishwanatha Badikana compered the programme while Dr Saraswathi Kumari, welcomed the gathering and introduced the guests. Dr Dinesh Nayak proposed the vote of thanks.

  

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