Beltangady: Sacred Heart College organises entrepreneurship development programme

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Beltangady, Dec 12: Commerce Association and department of office practice and management of Sacred Heart College, Madantyar jointly organised a symposium on entrepreneurship development on December 9.

The programme was presided over by Dr Joseph NM, principal of the college. Ronald Sylvan D'Souza, proud alumnus of the college, founder and executive director of Leksa Lighting Technology Pvt Ltd inaugurated the programme by lighting the lamp. In his address reminded the students how his persistent efforts scaled him to reach this present status. He stressed that there were no shortcuts for success. He gave a call to all students to put consistent, continuous and hard efforts now itself. Prof Emerson Crasta, the coordinator of the commerce association, introduced the chief guest. The chief guest was felicitated for his achievements.

Programme coordinator Prof John Baptist D'Souza welcomed with introductory remarks. Prof Vincent D'Souza, head of department of commerce delivered the vote of thanks. Student representatives Mariya Joseph, Sr Mary, Melita, and Yusuf were present on the stage. Marzuk and Tejashree compered the programme. After the formal programme, Inchoation-2022 competition was organized in which 15 teams participated. The programme concluded with the awarding of cash prizes to the winners.





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