Mangaluru: Unity Academy of Education holds graduation, diploma awarding ceremony

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Mangaluru, May 17: The graduation and diploma awarding ceremony of Unity Academy of Education was held on May 16 for the 20th and 21st batch of BSc nursing, 4th batch of post basic BSc nursing, 32nd batch of GNM, 1st batch of allied health sciences, 7th, 8th batch of paramedical sciences at Urwa Church Hall.

Dr Jacintha D’Souza, district surgeon and medical superintendent of Wenlock District Hospital, Mangaluru graced the occasion as a chief guest while Dr Ifthikar Fareed, syndicate member of RGUHS, Bengaluru was the guest of honour.

The celebration was started with the ostentatious procession of the graduates accompanied by the faculty and the dignitaries followed by the invocation performed by the college of nursing students setting a solemn tone for the event.

Seema Lobo, vice principal allied health nursing, welcomed the dignitaries and the gathering. The annual report was presented by the principal Dr Raja A, which gave the brief overview about the college and the achievements of the faculty and the students.

The much-awaited and enthusiastic moment was the receiving of awards and certificates by the graduands from the chief guest and guest of honour along with chairman Dr C P Habeeb Rehman and executive director Ashfaq M Habeeb. The ceremony witnessed the awarding of graduation certificates to 41 diplomas and 106 graduates. It was a moment that fascinated everyone with the achievement of the students.

Prof G Chitra, vice principal Unity College of Nursing, led the fellow graduates in reciting the graduate oath.

The guest of honour Dr U T Ifthikar Fareed, in his address to the graduates and awardees saluted the services of those who have rendered selfless work. He also congratulated the graduates for their achievements.

Chief guest Dr Jacintha D’Souza in her address focused on the importance of nursing and quality of healthcare. She also motivated the students to become a role model for the upcoming nurses and how much one can contribute to the welfare of the patients with love and compassion.

A highlight of the ceremony was the presentation of awards and prizes for recognizing academic excellence and outstanding achievements. Pressy Janet Rodrigues was awarded for achieving 3rd rank in RGUHS in post basic BSc nursing. Devraj, general manager and Dr Raja A principal, awarded the achievers for their excellence.

Dr C P Habeeb Rehman, chairman in his presidential address, congratulated the graduates and the awardees, wished them good luck for their future endeavours and success.

Sushmitha, lecturer mental health nursing, proposed the vote of thanks. Joylin D’Souza assistant lecturer mental health nursing and Akshatha Kotian assistant professor allied health science compered the graduation ceremony.

After the recession of the graduates, various cultural events were organized for the gathering. Around 1300 people consisting of graduates, parents, alumni, guests, staff and students witnessed the solemn celebration. Graduation dinner was served for all, after the programme.





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