Mangaluru, Feb 10: The sixth annual convocation day of Srinivas University was held at Srinivas University Mukka campus on Saturday February 10.
Speaking on the occasion, chief guest of the programme, MCF joint general manager of medical service, Dr K Yogisha stated, “All graduates carry the lessons they learned at Srinivas College, along with the understanding that students should respect their parents, teachers, and non-teaching staff forever. To achieve success, hard work, dedication, self-belief, self-care, and passion for one's job are important. Working hard, being good, and showing gratitude are key components of success.”
Chancellor of Srinivas University and president of A Shama Rao Foundation Mangaluru, Dr CA A Raghavendra Rao in his presidential address emphasized, “Every profession is crucial for the growth of our world. Trying to serve society and its people is the greatest endeavor one can undertake. Regardless of the task at hand, one should respect it and be dedicated to their work.”
Guest of honour, pro chancellor of Srinivas University, vice president of A Shama Rao Foundation Mangaluru, Dr A Srinivas Rao remarked, “There are many opportunities around us, but we must know how to thrive in the world and among people. In the era of technology, everyone should stay updated with the latest trends. Every student should acquire knowledge of the latest systems, and routines should evolve as time and eras change.”
Srinivas University's vice-chancellor, Dr. Sathyanarayanan Reddy, presented the annual report. The oath was administered by Srinivas University board of governors’ trustee member, Prof A Mithra S Rao. Srinivas University board of governors’ trustee members A Vijayalakshmi R Rao, Padmini Kumar, Dr Uday Kumar Maiya, Srinivas University registrar Dr Anil Kumar, registrar of evaluation Dr Shrinivas Mayya D, registrar of development Dr Ajay Kumar, registrar of academic Dr Aditya Kumar Maiya, and Srinivas University various institutions deans were present.
During the convocation, 1257 graduates (PG - 358, UG – 881) received their certificates. The university announced 144 ranks for various programmes, with a total of 38 graduates received the chancellor’s gold medal. Additionally, 1 DSc and 17 PhDs were awarded during this event.
Srinivas University registrar Dr Anil Kumar welcomed the gathering, and Srinivas University development registrar Dr Ajay Kumar delivered the vote of thanks. Dr Ambika Mallya, Dr Vijayalakshmi Nayak and Prof Rohan Fernandes compered the event.