Mangaluru: National conference to be held at St Agnes College

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Mangaluru, Feb 12: The department of Commerce, St Agnes College (Autonomous), Mangaluru will organise a one-day national level conference on “Enhancing Professional Competency through Skill Development – Facing upto Modernity” on February 14 in the college conference hall.

For the inaugural of the conference at 9 am Vathika Pai, proprietor of Vathika Internationals, Mangaluru and also the president of Kanara Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Mangaluru will be the chief guest. Sr Dr Maria Roopa, joint secretary, St Agnes Institutions, Mangaluru will be the guest of honour. Sr Dr M. Jeswina, principal, St Agnes College, Mangaluru will preside over the programme.

The valedictory programme will be at 4 pm Dr Prakash Pinto, professor and dean, department of Business Administration, St Joseph’s College of Engineering, Vamanjoor will be the chief guest. Sr Dr M. Venissa, vice-principal, St Agnes College, Mangaluru will preside over the programme.

Niveditha Mirajkar, freelance softskill trainer, Mangaluru, Ashish Agarwal, director, Manufacturing Services, Infosys Ltd, CMA Milind Date, chief learning officer, ISDC, India, Mithun Bhat Kakunje, director, Kakunje Plastipacks Pvt Ltd, and former student president, CA Saudamini Chandarana and Lynn Misquith, student of III BCom will be the resource persons and take up the technical sessions.

More than 200 delegates across India have already registered for the Conference and there will be paper presentation and poster competition on the topic.


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  • Max and Jessie Rasquinha, Mangalore - Houston/Dallas, Texas, U.S.A.

    Tue, Feb 13 2018

    India is land of variety of people - smart, wise and capable. Indians all over the world have flourished very well with their skills and professions. Indians are hard working and honest. Indians are willing to accept any career challenges with a view to succeed. Success of each and every Indian is important wherever they are and whatever they do. Most of the Indians have a fairly large family, hence they have to exercise whatever skills possible and available.

    This is where a Seminar at St. Agnes taking place soon will help hundreds of students to embrace every career opportunity with a view to achieve success for themselves and their families.

    All said and done, Indians are survivors most of the places they embrace their career and satisfy their superiors. There are tens of thousands of success stories of Indians. It makes us feel proud. It makes us feel happy.

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