Bantwal: Carmel College Modankap organizes PTA Annual General body

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Bantwal, Dec 5: Carmel College Modankap recently conducted its annual general body meeting of the PTA at the college audiotorium.

Louis Manoj Ambrose assistant Professor, Govt first grade College Kavoor was the chief guest as well as the resource person. He addressed the parents on how to deal with children and methods in channelizing the energy of their children in the right path by choosing good virtues. She emphasized the role of parents and the mutual relationship between parent and children. He suggested the parents to be true role model for their children.

Keerthan screened the major activities of the year 2021-22 through a Power Point Presentation.

Ashwini lecturer in English placed before the parents the annual report of the PTA of the year 2019-20.

Preethi lecturer in Hindi presented the list of student toppers in the semester examinations of Mangalore University who were felicitated.
Joel Mascarenhas lecturer in Commerce conducted the elections for the posts of the executive committee for the year 2022-23.

The entire executive committee of the PTA has 11 parents as its members. Supreetha lecturer in Kannada compered the programme, Niharika lecturer in Commerce welcomed the gathering and introduced the chief guest. Vijetha lecturer in commerce proposed the vote of thanks. Dr Sr Latha AC, principal gave her presidential remarks. The meeting ended with the National Anthem.


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