Mangaluru: St Aloysius Pre-University College I PU PTA annual meet held

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Mangaluru, Aug 29: St Aloysius Pre-University College annual general meeting of I PU PTA was held on August 26 and 27 at the Loyola hall.

Pramilla Rao, HOD and assistant professor of Political Science at Kavoor First Grade College and Dr Shalini Aiyappa, HOD of the Psychology department at St Aloysius College (Autonomous) were the chief guests. Speaking on the occasion they shared their views on parenting, issues related to it and the important role played by parents in shaping the lives of their children.

Fr Dionysius Vaz SJ, rector of St Aloysius Institutions, in his presidential address stressed on the importance of transforming students into catalysts of social change and parental involvement essential in achieving the same.

The principal, Fr Clifford Sequeira SJ appreciated the involvement of over two thousand parents in the annual general meeting. “PTA is a platform for parents to create a smooth flow of bonding between a parent and a teacher which will help in working as a team and enable the student to grow in a conducive environment.”

Present on the occasion were vice-principals Charlotte D’Souza and Muralikrishna G M as well as the programme convener, Anita Pinto.

The formal programme was followed by a parent-teacher interaction in the various classrooms.


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