Mangaluru: ‘Prathibhothsava 2023’ held at St Ann’s Teacher Training Institute  

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Mangaluru, Dec 4: St Ann’s Teacher Training Institute held talents fest ‘Prathibhothsava 2023’ in the college for a week under the banner – ‘Let your Light Shine forth’.

It was solemnly inaugurated by Ramesh K, retired principal, higher secondary school and sub district education officer Kasargod, Kerala who graced the occasion as the chief guest. Prathibhothsava was inaugurated symbolically by unfolding the petals of the lotus – signifying the growth and bringing out the hidden beauty of each student. In his inaugural address, the chief guest invited the student-teachers to educate themselves to the maximum and make their classroom teaching interesting by utilising their talents, potentials to the full. He commended the Institution for its dedicated services to the nation & the quality education for the past 134 years.

Sr Julie Ann AC, the provincial councillor of Karnataka province was present for the programme and encouraged the students to exhibit their talents. The student - teachers performed their first competition – folk dance and mesmerised the audience by their stupendous performance.

A week’s talents fest included eighteen different competitions both at group and individual level. It provided a platform for the student - teachers to exhibit their talents and feel proud of their own self.

Rashmi and Meharaz, student teachers compered the programme as Shilpa welcomed the gathering and Shruthi gave the glimpses of the talents fest. Diya Sherin proposed the vote of thanks. Sr Pramila A C the principal, staff and students were present.



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