Puttur: St Philomena College NSS Unit organizes voting awareness programme

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Puttur, Mar 3: The National Service Scheme (NSS) Unit of the college coordinated a compelling voting awareness program within the college premises, aiming to instil a sense of civic responsibility among students.

Resource person Dr K Chandrashekhar, Head of the Department of Physics, called attention of the students to the significance of voting in upholding the principles of democracy. Emphasizing that voting is not merely a right but also a duty, Dr Chandrashekhar urged the young students to recognize their responsibility and actively engage in the electoral process. He elucidated the historical context and importance of the democratic system, highlighting its role as the foundation of a just society.

Presiding over the function was Dr Vijayakumar Moleyar, the vice principal of the college, who reiterated Dr Chandrashekhar’s sentiments. Dr Moleyar emphasized the need for voters to make informed decisions and stressed that neglecting the voting process could have far-reaching implications for governance. He asserted that citizen participation in elections is essential for ensuring a progressive and accountable government.

Kiran and Keerthi invoked divine blessings. NSS Coordinator, Vasudeva N, welcomed and provided introductory remarks. Manoj proposed vote of thanks. Anagha Rai compered the event. NSS Coordinator, Pushpa N, present on the occasion extending necessary support.



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