Mangaluru: St Agnes College organizes ‘Aatidonji Dina’, cleanliness drive

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Mangaluru, Aug 19: The NSS units of St Agnes College (Autonomous), organized ‘Aatidonji Dina’ programme recently at the college premises.

Yashoda Mohan, executive member of Karavali Lekhakiyara mattu Vachakiyara Sangha and Akhila Bharata Tulu Okkoota, explained the importance of Aati (Aashada month).

Principal, Sr Dr M Jeswina presided over the programme.

NSS programme co-ordinator, Dr Udayakumar B welcomed the gathering. Divya Shetty compered the programme. Jnaneshwari proposed the vote of thanks.

The NSS volunteers displayed various food items of Aati prepared by them.

Cleanliness drive

The NSS units of the college also organized a cleanliness programme and street play in association with Sri Durgavahini Mahila Mandali, Sri Rajarajeshwari Temple in their adopted village Kuthar.

Dhanalakshmi Gatti, zilla panchayat member of Kuthar and Umarabba, programme co-ordinator of Sri Dharmasthala Gramabhivruddhi Yojane, Mangaluru, addressed the gathering about the programme.

Arun, Indian Friends Club and Mamatha spoke about the programme.

NSS programme coordinator, Dr Udayakumar B gave presidential remarks.

Latha, in-charge of Sri Dharmasthala Gramabhivriddhi Yojane, Ullal compered the programme.

Around 80 NSS volunteers of the college participated in the cleanliness programme and performed a street play.


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