Mangaluru: ‘First Step’ career guidance initiative by Father Muller’s on Jul 31

Media Release

Mangaluru, Jul 30: Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College with the indelible history of 35 years of its meaningful existence in Mangalore is now gearing up to add yet another crown to its glory by organizing Vision-series 2020 amidst the COVID crisis

We now venture into another step of innovation by launching ‘First Step’ with the tagline ‘a right step today for a bright leap tomorrow’, an unique programme designed to cater to the needs of PU students (Arts, Commerce & Science) in doubt regarding their future and career.

This programme includes a panel discussion headed by Dr Norbert Lobo, director, admin block & associate professor of Economics, St Aloysius College, Mangaluru.

The other panelists on the board are Fr Richard Aloysius Coelho, director, Father Muller Charitable Institutions, Fr Roshan Crasta, administrator, FMHMCH, Prof Dr Shivaprasad K, principal, FMHMC and Dr G Rajachandra, associate professor, department of Practice of Medicine, FMHMC.

The free online guidance will be hosted on Zoom platform and live-streamed via YouTube on July 31 from 5.00 to 7.00 pm for all the young scholars aspiring to select professional courses to build up their bright future. Parents, teachers and guardians are also welcome to be a part of this programme.

In this series we successfully completed ReVision, a crash course for Post graduate aspirants, Pro-Vision, a webinar series for the homoeopathic fraternity and Envision-Empowering amateurs to ace professionals, for interns of all homoeopathic colleges in India.

The link to the above informative session is as follows:

Meeting Id: 824 220 3902





Title : Mangaluru: ‘First Step’ career guidance initiative by Father Muller’s on Jul 31


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