Yenepoya Institute holds talk on 'Prevention of ragging at educational institutions'

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Mangaluru, Oct 12: The Yenepoya Institute of Arts, Science, Commerce and Management organized a talk on titled “Prevention of ragging at educational institutions.”

The talk witnessed dignitaries by affectively stating on the problems, recounting the students about the noxious effects of ragging.

DCP of Mangaluru, Anshu Kumar IPS, highlighted that ragging has lots mental impacts on victims. While talking about the pernicious effects of ragging, he even mentioned the legal concern of it.

Later, the guest and students had an iterative session. The students also receive insights and
motivation about the prevention of ragging at educational institutions.

The principal and dean of faculty of Science of the college Dr Arun A Bhagawath, vice princiapal Dr Jeevan Raj, hod of computer science department Narayana Sukumar were present for the programme. The programme was led by the students of computer science department.

This talk was organized by Jamuna K M, assistant professor department of computer science and Pavithra Shetty, assistant professor department of hospitality. The programme is conducted in both offline and online mod. In offline all the final year and second year student’s representatives of all course of 200 students and all the anti-ragging committee members of the college were present for the same.

In online all first year, second year and final year students of the college were attended through YouTube live streaming.



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