Mangaluru: Annual sports meet held at St Aloysius PU College

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Mangaluru, Nov 3: On the occasion of the Sports Day 2017 at St Aloysius Pre University College, chief guest mayor Kavitha Sanil addressed around 4000 students of the 56 Batches assembled at the Gonzaga Grounds.

She said that each of them is talented in different fields and it is the responsibility of oneself, the parents as well as the teachers to recognize their talents. She also motivated the students to practice any form of sports for at least half an hour every day in order to lead a healthy and happy life and declared the sports meet open.

In his address, Fr Melwin Pinto, director of Fathima Retreat House, Mangaluru, who presided over the programme, appreciated the students for participating in the annual sports meet in large numbers. He urged them to respect the rules of the game, the officials and other competitors and said that this will help them learn something for life.

National and state level sports achievers participated in the solemn torch run and 56 teams along with the PTE Committee marched to the beats of the band by Karnataka State Reserve Police.

Dr Ganesh Amin, dean, St Aloysius PU College, welcomed the gathering and introduced the Chief Guest. Naveen Kumar, physical director rendered the vote of thanks. Principal Fr Melwin Mendonca SJ, vice- principal Charlotte D’Souza and physical directors Usha A.J were also present.


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  • Harold D'cunha, Mangalore, India

    Sat, Nov 04 2017

    Great event. Well disciplined march past. The band by Karnataka State Reserve Police is superb.
    Our Mangalore city Mayor Kavitha Sanil, who is the chief guest of this occasion , really rocks. Good luck to all the students.

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