Puttur: St Philomena PU College bags runners up trophy in national level fest

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Puttur, Jun 3: Students of St Philomena PU College, Puttur participated in the 'ENVISION JUNIORS 2023' - a national-level techno-cultural games fest and won the runners-up trophy at Srinivas Institute of Technology, Valachil, Mangaluru on June 2.

The students were guided by the convenors of Performing Arts Association, Sumana K, lecturer in Kannada and Rashmi, lecturer in Physics.

The correspondent, Fr Lawrence Mascarenhas, the campus director of St Philomena Institutions, Fr Stany Pinto, principal, Fr Ashok Rayan Crasta and the staff members congratulated the following students.

In science model, Nikhil (II PCMC) and Mohammad Zahran (II PCMC) won the 3rd prize
In treasure hunt, Nirosh Rai (II PCMC) and Darshan A (II PCMC) won the 3rd prize
In carrom, Lawrence (II SCBA) won the 3rd place
In dance competition (solo) Aangika Shetty (I PCMB)won the 1st prize and Vindyashree (II PCMB)won the 2nd prize
In singing competition (solo) Kushi (I PCMB)won the Ist prize and Melstan (II SCBA)won the 2nd prize
In chess, Nagashree Naik (II PCMB) won the 2nd prize
In Rubik's Cube, Vinamratha (II PCMC) won the 2nd prize



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