Udupi, Oct 19: The Gumta training programme held by YCS/YSM of Udupi diocese on October 18 was a resounding success, celebrating Konkani culture, and providing a platform for 120 students to enhance their Gumta skills and knowledge. Jasmine and Jenvita Lobo graced the occasion as the chief guests.
The programme commenced with a grand inauguration ceremony, where students, trainers, and distinguished guests gathered to mark the beginning of the training. The chief guests, Jasmine and Jenvita Lobo, officially inaugurated the event, setting a positive tone for the day.
Following the inauguration, the students engaged in a series of training sessions. These sessions covered a wide range of topics and skills, tailored to meet the specific needs and interests of the participants. Experienced trainers and subject matter experts conducted these sessions, providing valuable insights and hands-on learning experiences.
As the day progressed, participants reconvened for the valedictory ceremony. This segment served as an opportunity to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of the students throughout the program. Prominent figures, including the chief guests, delivered inspiring speeches, encouraging the participants to apply their newly acquired knowledge and skills in their future endeavors.
A highlight of the valedictory ceremony was the distribution of certificates to all 120 students who had completed the training programme. The certificates served as a testament to their commitment and the knowledge gained during the program. This recognition was a source of pride for both the students and their families.
The presence of chief guests Jasmine and Jenvita Lobo further enriched the programme. It was a day of learning, inspiration, and recognition, leaving a lasting impact on the participants and their journey toward personal and professional development.
Nikith, the president of YCS/YSM Udupi diocese, welcomed the gathering, setting the stage for an enriching day. Anson, the national YCS/YSM president, was an active participant and contributor to the programme.
The guidance and support of Fr Steevan, the director of YCS/YSM Udupi diocese, was instrumental in the successful execution of the event. His presidential speech encouraged the attendees to make the best use of the opportunity and celebrate and preserve the culture. Evisha, serving as the regional representative, actively engaged in the programme and made a significant contribution. Jesvita, in her role as the secretary, extended gratitude with a well-articulated vote of thanks. Furthermore, the seamless flow of the program was ensured by the capable comperes, Delina and Riyon, who guided the audience through the various segments of the event.