Mangaluru: Moolathva Vishwa Award-2022 conferred on Dr Sunitha Krishnan

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Mangaluru, Dec 22: Social activist Padmashree Dr Sunitha Krishnan from Telangana was awarded 8th Moolathva Vishwa Award 2022. The award ceremony was held at her Alma Mater, School of Social Work, Roshni Nilaya on Sunday, December 18.

The award was conferred on her for her contribution towards the prevention,rescue,rehabilitation and reintegration of the victims of Human Trafficking under a NGO called Prajwala.

Dr Sunitha Krishnan was welcomed in a traditional way by Moolathva family members, and students. The award consists of Rs 1,00,001 along with citation.

Gracious presence of honourable personalities on this occasion added glamour to the ceremony. Ravi Anand Shanthi. Maroli, Pradhan Purohit, Rajani Damodar Shetty, social activist, Tulva Manikya Aravind Bolar, film and theatre artiste, Dr Juliet CJ, former principal, School of Social Work, Roshni Nilaya, associate professor Vineetha K, registrar, School of Social Work, Roshni Nilaya graced the occasion.

Sri Prakash Moolathva, founder, Moolathva Foundation Charitable Trust®, Kalpana P Kotian, Shynee, Akshatha Kadri, convenor, Moolathva Vishwa Award 2022 and members of Moolathva Foundation Charitable Trust® were in the organising team.

Special attraction of the programme was the interaction session with Padmashree Sunitha Krishnan. Students actively participated in the session and clarified their doubts.

Programme ended with National anthem.




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