Mangaluru: Srinivas University celebrates 'World Mental Health Day - 2021'


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Mangaluru, Oct 18: With the blessings of A Shama Rao, founder of Srinivas University, and under the guidance of Dr CA A Raghavendra Rao, chancellor of Srinivas University, Mangaluru, 'World Mental Health Day - 2021' was celebrated.

The programme was organized on October 12 by the College of Allied Health Sciences, department of Clinical Psychology, in the seminar hall, College of Allied Health Sciences. This year the program was themed as 'Mental Health in an Unequal World'.

The chief guest, Prof Swaminathan addressed the gathering. The prominent dignitaries present on the dais were Dr Anil Kumar, registrar, Srinivas University, Prof Swaminathan, dean, College of Hotel Management and Tourism, and Devaseelan, dean, College of Allied Health Sciences.

The programme started with the prayer song performed by the students. The inauguration was done by lighting the traditional lamp by the guests. The welcome address was given by Priyadhersini S.

The significance of Mental Health Day and the highlight of the course was presented to the audience by the students of MSc and BSc. 

The program had quizzes, games, and several other cultural activities and the programme was ended with a vote of thanks given by Vicky Josvita D’Souza.

Organizers of the programme were Priyadhersini S (Assistant Professor/ Course Co-ordinator), Shreyasi Roy (Assistant Professor) and Vicky Josvita D'Souza (Assistant Professor).

 

 

  

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