M'luru: Srinivas Institute of Technology holds orientation programme

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Managluru, Sep 23: Srinivas Institute of Technology on Friday, September 22, held the orientation and welcome programme of first year MBA and MCA students, at the Merlapadavu campus, here.

The formal function was inaugurated by lighting the lamp by the dignitaries on the dais along with newly joined students and parents.

Principal of the college Dr Shrinivasa Mayya D, presided over the function and addressed the gathering. In his address he emphasised the importance of education and explained about the placement for MBA and MCA students from the college. He also introduced all the faculties of MBA and MCA department to the audience.

Head of MBA department prof Hariprakash UP briefed the new entrants and parents on details of academics, facilities, library and general discipline of the college and procedures of Visvesvaraya Technological University Belgaum.

Head of MCA department Dr Shashidhar Kini K gave information on importance of higher education and explained the details of MCA course and facilities available in the college also about career opportunities for MCA.

Many parents and newly joined students expressed their opinions and expectations from the college and also about their satisfaction with the infrastructure and facilities being provided in the college.

Prof Steevan Robert Tellis, department of MBA welcomed the gathering. Prof Girish Kunder, department of MCA, proposed the vote of thanks. Prof Krishna Shenoy was the master of ceremony.


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