Mangaluru: Srinivas Institute of Technology organizes Fresher’s Day, Orientation Programme

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Mangaluru, Nov 25: Srinivas Institute of Technology organized a Fresher’s Day/ Orientation Programme for the first Year BE/B Arch students on November 25. Mitra S Rao, member, Board of Governors, Srinivas University, and secretary, A Shama Rao Foundation, Mangaluru, inaugurated and presided over the programme.

Mitra S Rao, in her inaugural address spoke about the importance of values that each students should inculcate in their student life and through ought. She highlighted the importance of leadership skills. She said the students need to develop leadership skills by participating in various activities. She congratulated the newly admitted students and wished them success in their academic life.

Professor Jayram Thumbe, faculty Mechanical department, handled a session on 'Engineering: A Success Path'. Parents, newly admitted students expressed their views on this occasion. Dr Shrinivasa Mayya D, principal of the college, welcomed the gathering and briefly introduced he management, college and Head of various departments, Sanjana and Dyna, first year engineering students sang the prayer song. Dr Anant Kulkarni, student welfare officer, the programme coordinator, delivered the vote of thanks. Dr Ambika Mallya and professor Steevan Robert Tellies were the master of ceremony on this occassion.


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