Puttur: Educative workshop on G20 Summit held at St Philomena College

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Puttur, Jul 8: St Philomena College, St Philomena PU College, St Philomena High school in association with 3/19 KAR BN NCC Army SD/SW Wing, 91/19 KAR BN NCC Army JD/JW Wing, 5 KAR NAVAL NCC Navy SD/SW Wing, 41 /A 5 KAR NAVAL NCC Navy JD/JW Wing, 44/6 KAR AIR SQN NCC Air JD/JW Wing jointly organized a workshop on G20 summit, a contribution to G20 presidency on July 8 at PG seminar hall.

The resource person Prashanth Rai, assistant professor, department of business administration, St Philomena College Puttur enlightened the cadets on the importance of G20 Summit, economic development, GDP, global economy, global economic outlook, the international financial architecture, infrastructure development and financing, sustainable finance, financial sector issues, international taxation, and global health.

Dr Antony Prakash Monteiro, principal of the college presided over the programme and said, "India is going to become the leader of the world. In order to attain this, we need development inall the field like economic, social, political cultural and other required arenas for which we, Indians need to support the national growth."

Fr Ashok Rayan Crasta, principal St Philomena PU college graced the occasion with his presence at the programme.

Naval NCC Officer C/T Thejaswi Bhat compered. Lt Johnson and NCC officers of various units coordinated the programme.




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