ICSI Mangaluru chapter conducts teachers’ conference

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Mangaluru, Sep 2: The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI), Mangaluru chapter conducted a teachers’ conference for the faculty of commerce, management and law departments of colleges of Mangalore University, in association with department of collegiate education Mangalore region at Dr P Dayananda Pai-P Satisha Pai Government First Grade College, Car Street.

Prof Rame Gowda, joint director of department of collegiate education, Mangalore region inaugurated the conference. Prof Jayakara Bhandary M, principal presided. CS Sonali Suresh Mallya, ICSI chairperson welcomed the gathering. Deviprasad, special officer of DCE, Mangalore region and coordinator of IQAC delivered vote of thanks. Suvarnamalini - HOD of commerce, Dr Jyothi Priya – co-cordinator of IQAC, Dr Vasanthi and Dr Nagappa Gowda - chief coordinators (UG&PG) were present. Dr Malathy, HOD of management anchored the inaugural programme. 

CS Chethan Nayak K was the resource person of the 1st session who spoke about ‘Company Law Recent Amendments & Career Opportunities as Company Secretary’. Dr Devi Prabha Alva was the resource person of the 2nd session on ‘Relevance of Teacher in the Digital World’.

Nearly 70 faculty members of various colleges actively participated in the conference.


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