M'luru: MCC Bank Ltd, Community Empowerment Trust hold KPSC training programme

Media Release

Mangaluru, Feb 21: The Mangalore Catholic Co-operative Bank Ltd in association with Community Empowerment Trust conducted a guidance and training programme for candidates aspiring to appear for the KPSC first division clerical exam on February 21, 2020, at its meeting hall.

Anil Patrao director of MCC Bank Ltd conducted the invocation and welcomed the gathering. Anil Lobo chairman of MCC Bank presided over the programme.

Fr JB Crasta vicar forane of episcopal city Varado, Stevan Quadros associate professor of Govt Women’s First Grade College, Puttur, Sunil Menezes general manager of MCC Bank, Noreen Pinto and Lizy Pinto, trustees of the Community Empowerment Trust, among others, were present.

The chairman of MCC Bank, in his presidential address, appreciated and felt pleased to see over 150 aspirants willing to appear on the government exam and registered for this free guidance and training programme. He opined that our regional students excel in studies but very few apply and succeed in getting government jobs. He called upon the students to put the best effort to enter into government service and wished them good luck.

Fr JB Crasta inaugurated the programme by lighting the lamp. In his address, he appreciated the efforts of the MCC Bank Ltd and Community Empowerment Trust, which are doing a great job by giving guidance to the aspirants of KPSC, and felt it is the need of the hour. He wished best of luck to the candidates.

Steevan Quadras resource person of the day, conducted inspiring, informative and engaging sessions, wherein he gave valuable inputs on different government job vacancies along with KPSC posts. He called upon the students to become officers in the government sector rather than subordinates in the private sector.

100 students participated in five sessions. 


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