Mangaluru: St Agnes College to hold day-long national conference on Mar 14

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Mangaluru, Mar 12: The department of Physical Education, St Agnes College, and Government First Grade College, Mudipu is jointly organising a day-long national conference on ‘Sports and empowerment of Women’.

The seminar will be inaugurated by Prof Shifana Begum, executive director of Kalluru Educational Trust, department of Computer Science and Engineering Srinivas University, Mukka and chief guest, Mamatha Gatty, DKZP member and former zilla panchayat president, guest of honour, Dr Kishore Kumar C K, director of Physical Education, Mangaluru University. Sr Dr M Jeswina, principal, St Agnes College and Dr Giridhar Rao M S, principal, Government First Grade College will preside over the ceremony.

Date: 14 March 2019
Inaugural: 09.30 am, 14 March 2019
Valedictory: 03:00 pm, 14 March 2019
Venue: Conference Hall, Sofia Block, St Agnes College, Bendore


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

    Wed, Mar 13 2019

    Best of luck to you, dear Sr. Jeswina on your initiating a one full day Conference at St.Agnes College on the important theme of Sports and Empowerment of Women. This is an important topic to be part of the
    day long Conference.

    The ladies of Mangalore are very entrepreneurial and forward looking in sports and many other social, educational and many other daily activities. Conferences such as these should be actively participated by government Executives as well as the leading Political groups so that they not only partake in the Conference but also carry forward the legislation to a higher pedestal of the Govt. hierarchy.

    The Ladies of India are certainly receiving sufficient attention, but the
    voice of women should be heard vividly by the higher circle in order to render greater attention on many other important issues that prevail in our country. With the combination of efforts of both men and women many beureaucracies can be eliminated, and a more neutral role can be encouraged.

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