Puttur: Farewell  held for outgoing students of St Philomena College

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Puttur Jul: St Philomena College Puttur has been buzzing with farewell programmes for all the streams organized by the loving junior students of the college. Every stream viz. BCA, BCom, BBA, BA, BSc, conducted the bidding adieu under direction of the principal Dr Antony Prakash Monteiro.

Fr Stany Pinto, campus director, vice principals and deans of the respective disciplines guided the students to come up with the healthy tradition befitting the decorum of the college which has more than six decades of rich legacy in forming the personalities useful to the society. Farewell signifies a warm goodbye to the friends with whom they grew with celebrating good times together and wishing all good for the future as they step into new realms of life.


Dean of Science and vice principal prof Ganesh Bhat, Dr AP Radhakrishna vice principal and IQAC coordinator, prof Subair, dean of Arts Faculty, prof Premalatha K, dean of Department of Commerce, prof Vinayachandra, dean of BCA Department, Dr Radhakrishna Gowda, dean of BBA Department and the class teachers of the respective classes along with junior students conducted this mind-blowing and intensely expressive toodle-oo. Cultural activity and DJ after every formal program resonated in the SJM Hall of the college.




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