Mangaluru: Annual Day celebration held at Milagres College

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Mangaluru, Jun 7: Annual Day of Milagres College here was held on July 3.

Ligory J Fernandes, retired headmaster and former president of Catholic Sabha Central Council was the chief guest. President of the function, Fr Bonaventure Nazareth, correspondent, Milagres Educational Institutions, Fr Michael Santhumayor, principal and campus director, Fr Uday Fernandes, principal, Milagres Central School, Sylvester A Mascarenhas, vice president, Milagres PPC, Patsy Vas, PTA president Jostan V D’Souza, college people leader, Freedal, cultural secretary were on the dais.

The chief guest, in his message, said college day is an occasion where students get an opportunity to express their talents. Every student should make use of this opportunity as it is their day, he added.

The president, in his message, said goodness, service and talents flourish in society. The witness to this is the growth of the college with numerable talents.

The college magazine 'Milagres Miracle' was unveiled by the correspondent. The rank holders, the meritorious students, intercollegiate prize winners were awarded and felicitated. Best teacher and best support staff were awarded.

Fr Michael Santhumayor, principal, welcomed the gathering. Chethana, IQAC coordinator, presented the annual report. Shravya N, event convenor, proposed a vote of thanks.

The students presented a colorful cultural programme such as skit, fusion dance and songs.




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