Mangaluru: National Integration Day celebrated at Mahesh College

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Mangaluru, Aug 18: Mahesh College of Commerce and Management celebrated at National Integration Day at Karavali Hall, Hathill Road on August 14. The programme was organised by Cultural Association of the college

T C M Sheriff, DySP (Retd) addressing the staff and the students said, “The rapid progress of the country, the growth seen in every field in the past 70 years makes us Indians hold our heads high. But the religious intolerance, atrocities on women, lynching in the name of animals, terrorism and many other evils force us to bow our heads in shame.”

Principal Prof Herald Fernandes who presided over the programme said that students, the future of India, have to inculcate virtues in them that will help to live in unity and fulfill their goals.

Assistant professor in English Mareena Seema Sequeira welcomed the gathering. Jasheera of III BCom compered the programme. Assistant professor in Hindi Roopa delivered the vote of thanks.

Secretaries of the association Preksha, Yusra Banu and Nandana were also present.

The programme followed various interclass cultural competitions like, traditional king and queen, solo singing, patriotic group singing, sixty seconds to fame, solo dance and variety entertainment competitions. The students actively participated in all the events with a spirit of patriotism.


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