Mangaluru: Cultural fest ‘Adrenaline’ inaugurated at FMMC

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Mangaluru, Feb 23: ‘Adrenaline 2018 - Live Limitless’ was inaugurated at Father Muller Medical College (FMMC) on February 21.

The grand affair began with a beautiful rendition of a prayer song followed by a 'Watering of the Plant' ceremony which was an unique and refreshing substitute of the traditional lamp lighting ceremony and signified nurturing our talents as well as an ode to nature .

Rouvin D'Souza, the cultural secretary delivered a powerful speech that encapsulated the essence of the fest and Dr Shailaja Katti, the staff convener, delivered an enthusiastic welcome address. The president of the Student Council, Jerome Joseph introduced the esteemed chief guest Anuradha Bhat, an award winning play back singer of the Kannada film industry. The chief guest along with the dignitaries officially declared ‘Adrenaline 2018’ open by unveiling the logo. The chief guest addressed the gathering not only inspired the students to step beyond the boundaries of academics to explore their creativity, but also had the crowd dancing to her dynamic singing.

A meaningful message was given by the director of FMCI Fr Richard A Coelho and the vote of thanks was delivered by Dr Dipthi Castelino.

A lively dance performance by the students of Father Muller Medical College ended the spectacular ceremony.


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