Mangaluru: Student cabinet inaugurated at St Agnes PU College

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Mangaluru, Jun 24: The student cabinet of St Agnes PU College for the academic year 2017-18 was formally inaugurated in the college auditorium on Thursday, June 22.

The oath of office was pledged by the student cabinet, all the class representatives and the assistant class representatives, which was administered by Sr Shamita AC, the principal of the college. Dr Sr Maria Roopa AC, joint Secretary and the local manager was the chief guest on the occasion. During her address, she urged the student cabinet to work hand in hand with the management to fulfill the goals of the college.


The student cabinet consists of president Stacy Giselle Coutinho, Vice-president Kumkuum Machaiah K M, science secretary Deeksha Anchan, commerce secretary Rafiya, arts secretary - Bethel Britto, cultural secretary Rishika, sports secretary Nidhishree Devdas and the student editor Sharon Saldanha.

The ceremony was compered by Diya D'Cunha. Adline D'Souza welcomed the gathering and Elveera DSouza expressed her gratitude to all concerned for the success of the programme.


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  • vincent rodrigues, bangaluru/Katapadi

    Sun, Jun 25 2017

    Student Cabinet is the best concept to train the youth which need to be adopted in all educational institutions compulsarily

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