Mangaluru: 'SAYONARA' farewell programme held in Rosa Mystica PU College

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Mangaluru, Feb 13: Rosa Mystica PU college celebrated with great fervour the farewell of second PU students. The programme was organized by the juniors and the college staff members. The function began invoking the blessings of the almighty with a prayer dance.

First year student, Sahil Hussain welcomed the gathering. The students of grade 11th gave a spectacular program to their seniors making them feel their presence would be deeply missed. The lesson for life was depicted in their meaningful skit and dance performance. The lovely songs sung related to student life brought back some memories to recollect.

The students of grade 11th Thapaswini and Alfah Sheikh expressed a few words of gratitude to their seniors and assured them that the benchmark which they have set would be followed and take their guidance as motivation towards the future.

Riya and Ronald of second PUC shared their memories in the college from teaching to sports, from studies to recreation. All the days were put forth in a nutshell by the students.

An inspirational speech was given by Melisha, lecturer in commerce. She called on the students not to look back have a positive attitude and move ahead in life.

The principal of the college Sr Sadhana BS, in her advice motivated and encouraged the students to move forward in life confidently. She congratulated the students who are the pride of the college for bringing laurels be it academic, sports, or extracurricular activities. Two years activities were high lighted through video.

The farewell programme was organized meticulously with entertainment, games, and delicious food. The programme was compered by Nafeesathul Misriya and vote of thanks was proposed by the second PU students.




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