College Students should improve Research Mentality - Prof. K. Byrappa, Vice Chancellor of MU


Udupi : The college students should improve their Research mentality during their academic studies in the college. The Mangalore University providing any kind of guidance for the research programme, said Prof. K. Byrappa Hon. Vice-Chancellor of Mangalore University.

He was speaking to the College Day Celebrations of Milagres College, Kallianpur near here on Friday, 18th March, 2016 at Milagres Tri-centenary Hall, Kallianpur. He said that Mangalore University Libraries having on line facilities available, so that students of the university can take advantage to read the books through on line facilities.

The program started with invocation by Ms. Jeevitha and group. Very Rev Fr. Stany B. Lobo Correspondent of Milagres Educational Institutions welcomed the gatherings. Dr. Nery Cornelio placed long academic report of the college for the year. Meanwhile Vilton H. Saldanha Secretary of Students Welfare Council placed the report of the SWC.

Three Rank holders in Post Graduate degree of MSW were felicitated during the occasion which reciprocation held by Sr. Lilly Pushpa coordinator of Department of MSW. Meanwhile staff achievers, NCC achievers and sports achievers were felicitated by the guests on the dais.

Minor Research Project book was released during the occasion by Prof. K. Byrappa. Endowment prizes and proficiency prizes were distributed during the occasion. Meanwhile academic competitions and NSS prizes were also distributed.

In his presidential address Rev Fr. Dr. Lawrence D’Souza Secretary of Catholic Educations Society of Udupi (CESU) gave his address on discipline and studies. Smt. Savitha K. Hebbar Principal of Milagres PU College,Director of SWC, Mrs. Cynthia D’Silva, Shekar Baikady, Students council officials were present on the dais.

Mrs. Shylet Mathias Secretary of Staff Council delivered vote of thanks. Various cultural programmes held by the students and college day celebrated with lots of fun and entertainments. 


News published on: 2016-03-20