M'luru: Alumni meet of Government First Grade college held on November 20

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Mangaluru, Nov 21: The alumni meet for the academic year 2022-2023 of Government First Grade College was held on November 20 under the guidance Dr Shivarama P, principal. The main aim of the meet was to strengthen the link between the old students and the institute.

The occasion was graced by alumni students, ranging from across various batches. Principal appreciated the students for holding various positions and responsibilities in various government organizations, private sectors and also requested them to be the ambassadors of the institute.



Mohini, co-ordinator of Alumni Association welcomed the gathering and Louis Manoj Ambrose addressed the alumni about the NAAC process and requested their co-operation in the successful conduct of NAAC accreditation. Dr Shivarama P, principal introduced the faculty and also highlighted the latest developments and initiatives of the college.

Dr Geetha M L and Dr Santhosh Pinto conducted the elections and Sachin was re-elected as the president of the association. Sachin requested all the old students to show keen interest in the overall development of the institution. Dr Avitha Maria Quadras, coordinator, proposed a vote of thanks. Rekha S N, head, department of English eloquently compered the programme.






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