Mangaluru: Kargil Vijay Diwas celebrated at St Agnes College

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Mangaluru, Jul 27: To mark the 20th anniversary of Victory in ‘Operation Vijay’, the Kargil War- National Cadet Corps (NCC) of St Agnes College (Autonomous), Mangaluru, celebrated this auspicious day in St Agnes College, which was held in the Conference Hall.

The Kargil Vijay Diwas is the day of pride for the nation in general. It is the day to remember the Martyrs, rejoice their sacrifices and strengthen the resolve of the Armed Forces to the cause of the Nation.

Lt Col Gracian Sequeira, administrative officer, 18 Karnataka Battalion NCC was the chief guest on this occasion. Lt Col Gracian Sequeira in his address enlightened the students regarding the value and standard of Indian Military, he also stressed on the righteous cause for the celebration of Kargil Diwas. Sr Dr Jeswina A C presided over the programme. During the programme, ranks were honoured to the cadets of Army Wing. The cadets showcased the role of Indian Army. Dr R Nagesh, ex-serviceman, HOD Department of Hindi, delivered a talk on the significance of the day.

Lt Gayathri BK-ANO, Army Wing, Dr Hithakshi Anand of Air Wing, Dr Tressy Menezes, in-charge of NCC of St Agnes PU College were present for the programme. The faculty of the college and the NCC cadets of St Agnes and St Aloysius College were present for the same.


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