Mangaluru: SCS Hospital holds annual scholarship distribution programme


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Mangaluru, Oct 26: Akshy Sridhar, commissioner, Mangaluru City Corporation distributed scholarships to the deserving students in need of financial assistance, to continue their education, in memory of philanthropist the late Sorake Chandrashekar to commemorate his 119th birth anniversary at SCS Hospital on October 22. This initiative is carried forward individually by his son Dr Jeevaraj Sorake, chairman & managing director, SCS Hospital.

These scholarships are distributed every year to deserving, financially backward students since the past several years- in memory of the late Sorake Chandrashekar, on his birthday, October 22. This year too, the hospital identified deserving applicants which included college students pursuing medical, engineering and other streams as well as a good number of post graduate students.

 

 

 

 

 

On this occasion, Dr Chandrashekar J Sorake recounted the generosity, importance given by Sorake Chandrashekar to holistic education and his innumerable virtues and stellar personality. He said that Sorake Chandrashekar though very generous and large hearted, always believed in ‘What the right hand gives, the left hand shouldn’t know’.

Commissioner Akshy Sridhar encouraged the young students to put technology to good use to learn and be creative. He appreciated the contributions of Sorake Chandrashekar and hailed him as the reason behind the memorable scholarship distribution programme of the day.

Dr Varsha Shetty, AQM, SCS Hospital delivered the vote of thanks.

 

 

 

 

  

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