Mluru: Orientation programme for second PUC students held at St Aloysius Pre-University College


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Mangaluru, Aug 1: St Aloysius PU College, Mangaluru, organized a virtual orientation programme for II PU students, as they began their academic year through online mode.

The Guest speaker, Rosa Nimmy Mathew, Head, PG Department of counselling, Roshni Nilaya, boosted the spirits of the students through her motivational message, ‘Let’s bounce back higher, Let’s bounce back stronger’.

With pandemic challenges as a matter of concern today, she shared tips and strategies for positive living. She felt that in these difficult times one can stay focused by embracing the challenging situations we are in.

Rosa urged the students to be open to opportunities, use the platforms available to enhance their knowledge and skills and showcase their talents. Rosa Mathew also emphasized the importance of cultivating a sense of gratitude and identifying tiny moments of happiness, as they can create a chain of positivity within oneself.

In her concluding the resource person said that being compassionate to oneself is also very important as it helps us to not only lift ourselves up but also other people around us which will, in turn, generate a society that is compassionate and positive.

The lecturers, Shalini Dsouza, Srilatha R Shenoy and Civia Dmello coordinated the event.

Pre-recorded videos of the orientation programme were shared in the virtual classes. The program helped students to begin the new academic year with a positive frame of mind and renewed their focus on their goals ahead

  

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