Mangaluru: St Agnes PU College inaugurates ‘ARTISTIQUE’


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Mangaluru, Oct 22: Hundreds of Agnesians witnessed the solemn inauguration of ‘ARTISTIQUE’ a certificate course in the arts curriculum on Friday October 22 offered by the department of Humanities, St Agnes PU College. The ‘ARTISTIQUE’ includes computer course and self-grooming skills. The event initiated with invoking of God’s benison on the new endeavor the certificate course was inaugurated creatively. Sr Norine D'Souza, the principal of the college in her inaugural address congratulated the dept of Humanities in their initiative in bringing the best of skills, trends and opportunities to the enthusiastic youth.

In her address, the principal also expressed how the course will add colour to the natural beauty of the students. She encouraged students to be artistic in their thinking, dealing, acting and learning which will help them to bloom into beautiful Agnesians.

The chief guest Preethi D'Souza gave a fitting start to the session by giving tips on self-grooming and engaged the students with her lively interaction. The principal-Sr Norine Dsouza, vice principal-Sr Janet Sequeira, the proprietor of the Prewinkle ladies beauty parlour and trainer of the certificate course Preethi D'Souza, Avitha D'Souza, the HOD of Humanities, Olivia Patrao, lecturer in Economics, graced the occasion.

Ayesha Hannath, cultural secretary introduced the trainer and welcomed the gathering, Trisha Shetty, Arts secretary proposed the vote of thanks and Privy D'Souza, college president compered the programme.

 

 

  

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