Mangaluru: Student association inaugurated at Srinivas Institute of Technology

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Mangaluru, Dec 16: The inauguration function of Student Council Association for 2022-23 was held on December 15 at in Srinivas Institute of Technology, Valachil, Merlapadavu.

Rohith Castelino, HR manager, Elseveir India, was the chief guest of the function. In his inaugural address, he spoke about the importance of leadership skills, he also said the students to develop leadership skills by participating in various activities.

Dr Shrinivasa Mayya D, principal of the college was the president of the function, he congratulated the student’s association members for forming the association and said more and more activities should be conducted under this association for the development of the students, thereby enhance their technical and managerial skills.

The programme was welcomed by Shelton Cutinha, president, student association. Dr Anant Kulkarni, student welfare officer, introduced the office bearers for student association for academic year 2022-23. Secretary of the student council association Richal Mohan briefed plan of action for the academic year 2022-23 and Ayshabhi Hafeeza, the vice president of student council association delivered the vote of thanks.

The formal function was followed by cultural programme by students.




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