Mangaluru: St Agnes College celebrates Constitution Day

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Mangaluru, Nov 28: The department of Political Science, St Agnes College (Autonomous), Mangaluru celebrated Constitution Day on November 25. The objective of the programme was to inculcate constitutional responsibility, to know more about our constitution and to sensitize students about the importance of our constitution.

Dr Joseph N M, principal, Sacred Heart College, Madanthyar was the chief guest. Sr Dr M Venissa AC presided over the programme and Sr Dr M Vinora AC was the guest of honour. Gayathri BK, head of the department of Political Science introduced the chief guest and welcomed the gathering. The students performed a mime show and sang a song significant for the celebration.

The chief guest appreciated the students and in his address, emphasized on the need of being aware of rights as well as duties incorporated by the Indian Constitution. He exclaimed that the day marked the dawn of a new era and gave everyone the constitution which is the framework for political principles, procedure and power of the government. The pledge was administered by Sr Dr M. Venissa AC. The gathering comprised of faculty members, NCC cadets, NSS volunteers and Students.

The programme came to an end with the vote of thanks and the singing of the national anthem.


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