Mangaluru: Chemistry department of St Agnes College organizes seminar for BSc students

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Mangaluru, May 28: The Post Graduate Department of Chemistry of St Agnes College (Autonomous), Mangaluru organized a seminar on May 27. The MC for the event was Anjali from first year MSc.

The programme started by 2.30 pm with a prayer song led by Sneha Treesa and group followed by welcoming the gathering by Amritha. The guest was offered a token of love by Likitha U, assistant professor, PG Department of Chemistry. Subin gave a brief introduction about the resource person Dr Vijesh A M, assistant professor, department of Chemistry, Payyanur College, Kerala, who was the speaker of the day.

It was followed by lecture talk from Dr Vijesh A M. He gave different criteria for selecting a career and how to achieve it. He also made the students of Chemistry understand the different types of job opportunities after becoming a chemistry graduate or post graduate. He also briefed about the different colleges and different courses offered by them after MSc. The programme ended by 4.30 pm. with the vote of thanks given by Anusree. Undergraduate and postgraduate students of Chemistry were the beneficiaries.


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