Mangaluru: St Aloysius College organises community service programme


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Mangaluru, Oct 19: The Centre for Civic Concern, St Aloysius College (Autonomous), Mangaluru, organised community service programe at Adyar View Point on October 17 in association with Adyar Panchayat, Mangaluru.

The programme began with an educative session by Jai Anjaneya Yoga Centre, Neermarga on the importance of yoga and physical fitness. After which, the students helped in cleaning the Adyar Padav View Point and roadsides of Adyar.

Around 59 students from different associations of Centre for Civic Concern took part in this programme under the guidance of Carrel Sharel Pereira, assistant NSS programme officer, Dr Nandini Shet, assistant NSS programme officer Paul D’Souza, president, Rovers Association and Harol Rodrigues, president, Konkani Sangha of the college.

Refreshments were provided by the Adyar panchayat members.

 

 

  

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  • Ben D'Souza Prabhu, Mangalore, Bombay Bandra now in Canada

    Tue, Oct 19 2021

    A Good Initiative as Well as a Wonderful Thought my friends, now it is upto you to enlarge your programme that you have chauked out; be Generous and Graceful in your Progressive Zeal. THANK YOU ALL !!!

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