Mangaluru: Farewell programme for II PUC students of St Agnes PU College held

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Mangaluru, Jan 20: St Agnes PU College organised a farewell programme for the II PUC students on Friday, January 20. The programme commenced with an invocation to God followed by foot tapping dances, melodious, emotional singing and a skit depicting the college life performed by the I PU students. A short PPT on the two years of college life of the seniors was also presented on the occasion.

Devanjali S from the Science stream, Ananya K of the Arts stream and Sanjana Raveesh of the Commerce stream expressed their sentiments and shared their rich experiences of college life. Sr Norine D'Souza, principal, addressed the gathering and enlightened the students on the importance of prayer and belief in the Almighty to be victorious in their future endeavours. She also commended their contribution towards the well-being of their Alma Mater.

The college flag was ceremoniously handed over by the cabinet members to the principal who then entrusted it into the hands of the juniors.

Velessca Pinto of I BEBA and Prival D’Souza of I PCMS hosted the programme. Aysha Hani welcomed the gathering and Diya Shankar proposed a vote of thanks respectively. The Kannada and Hindi department were the joint initiators of the entire programme.




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