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St Agnes College centenary fete inauguration on January 3

St Agnes College centenary fete inauguration on January 3


Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, Dec 28, 2019: The  centenary celebrations of  St Agnes College of Mangaluru, the first ever  women’s college of the west coast,  will  commence on January 3 with the inaugural of the new block  in memory of Mother Mary Aloysia, the  founder of the institution.

 

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This was informed to reporters here on December 28, Saturday by Sr. Dr Jeswina A. C., Principal of St Agnes  College.

The  Mother Mary Aloysia Centenary Memorial Block  will be inaugurated by Superior General of Apostolic Carmel Congregation Sister M Susheela A.C. Rev. Dr Peter Paul Saldanha, Bishop of Mangaluru Diocese will bless the occasion.

 The Centenary celebrations in the evening will be inaugurated by Provincial Superior  of Karnataka Province of Apostolic Carmel Congregation Sister M Shamitha A. C. along with  Sister Susheela A.C.

Meera Rao, an alumnus of the institution  and Director of Rambus Inc,  USA and Prof P S Yedapadittaya, Vice Chancellor of Mangalore University, Anirudha Shravan, Commissioner of Collegiate Education will participate as a chief guests.

As part of a centenary celebration a Centenary Run was organised on December 15. Five more major programmes and 100 other activities  involving all stakeholders and public have been planned for the centenary year.

Among the activities include a Knowledge  Factory that will generate and spread worthwhile ideas by inviting eminent speakers, The Trade Fair aimed at encouraging and empowering women entrepreneurs, Social Responsibility Project, a national level sports meet, and Agnotsav wherein 100 women achievers from different walks of life will be honoured.


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