Mangalore: Only by being compassionate, one can use his strength, willingness and the opportunity to achieve big and become a role model for others, Mangalore University Vice-Chancellor Prof. P Subrahmanya Yadapadithaya commented.
He presided over the stage function, held after the inauguration of various welfare schemes at Mangalore University on Saturday. “Education is not enough; one should be sensible. We should give back whatever we take from society,” he added. Bank of Baroda Mangalore City Region Regional Manager Sunil K Pai inaugurated the 'Vatsalya Nidhi' scheme.
The Vice-Chancellor launched the mid-day-meal scheme by handing over the attendance registry of the eligible students to the committee President Prof B K Sarojini. Meanwhile, Prof Subrahmanya Yadapadithaya himself contributed rupees one lakh for the scheme and handed over the cheque to the committee president.
Speaking on the occasion, Registrar K Raju Mogaveera said that each penny of the student fees should be utilised properly. Meanwhile, NSS activities for the year 2021-22 were launched by administering an oath to the students. A video on various activities carried out by the NSS in past one year was screened on the occasion.
Konaje Gram Panchayat, Panchayat Development Officer Savita inaugurated the Public Toilet built near Konaje bus stand using the CSR fund of Bank of Baroda.
Registrar (Examination) Prof PL Dharma, Executive Engineer Umesh Bhat Y, NSS Coordinator Dr Govindaraj BM, Bank of Baroda Senior Branch Manager Laxmikanth Nayak were also present. Convener Prashant Naik welcomed the guests. Ramanji and Spoorthi compered the ceremony.
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