Mangaluru: St Ann’s College of Education hold sports meet

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Mangaluru, Oct 28: B Ed students of St Ann’s College of Education gathered with great ardour and enthusiasm to witness the annual sports event.

Kavitha Sanil, mayor, Mangaluru City Corporation, inaugurated the sports meet. Addressing the students at the programme, Kavitha said that one needed to aim high in order to achieve much. “All of us possess atleast one talent within us, that is to be endured. To become good teachers and train the future citizens, one needs to imbibe good qualities from sports - fitness, psychological and emotional fitness, among others, to flourish well in the teaching profession. Small changes in habits can lead to a lasting, permanent change. So, think 'tiny steps' when incorporating exercise into your life.




“Our education system must recognize the importance of children engaging in sports. Since children spend most of their day in school, a pro-active approach towards promoting sports there can kindle their interest and inspire them to go further,” she said and appreciated the eminence and splendour of all the groups in the sports event.

The students in their uniforms marched splendidly with pride and elegance to mark the opening ceremony led by Shobitha, sports secretary. Leaders of the four groups administered the oath to students. The students danced to the rhythm of the beats by performing aerobics.

After the formal programme, a number of sports events were planned for the B Ed students wherein all of them ardently participated. The overall championship was bagged by the group members of the Shivaji team. The individual championship was won by Amitha.

Dr Sr Clare , principal welcomed the gathering. Preethi K Vamanjoor was the compere. Anna Crasta, student president proposed the vote of thanks. Suresh Kumar T, physical director of the college successfully coordinated the sports event.


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