Father Muller Homeopathic Medical College's student association 2020 inaugurated

Mangaluru: The inauguration of the student association 2020-21 of the Father Muller Homeopathic Medical College, Deralakatte was held in the college auditorium on January 13.

Dr Rio D'Souza, Principal, St Joseph Engineering College, Vamanjoor was the chief guest.

The programme began with a prayer song invoking God’s blessings. The staff advisor Dr Girish Navada escorted the dignitaries Rev Fr Richard Aloysius Coelho, Director Father Muller Charitable Institutions, Rev Fr Roshan Crasta, Administrator, Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital and Dr Shivaprasad K, Principal, Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College.

Dr Shivaprasad K announced the office bearers and the executive members of the Student Association 2020. The chief guest offered a bouquet to all the incoming team members and the old association members handed over the files to elect members. Later, the Principal administered the oath to the new office bearers.

After the oath-taking ceremony, the outgoing President Samudrala Sai Revanth gave the farewell speech where he spoke about how the vision of the College was embraced as the vision of student association 2019-20 and wished the new team success.

Madhavaram Noah Sharon, president, student association 2020-21 gave the acceptance speech. He thanked the management and the students for having faith and entrusting him with this task. He assured that genuine requirements will be brought to the notice of the management and the new association will strive to carry forward the legacy of Father Mullers to greater heights.

Rev Fr Roshan Crasta thanked the efforts of the outgoing student council and also highlighted the purpose of the formation of Students Association. He said that the association is a platform to listen to the students of the College and it serves as a bridge between management and students. It also provides an opportunity to exhibit their leadership quality in society.

Dr Rio D'Souza addressed the gathering. He was happy to inaugurate the association and in his speech, he motivated the audience to strive hard for the wellness of the society. He added on collaborating Engineering College and Homoeopathic College to adopt villages and achieve the vision of the Colleges to reach out to the public for the society’s betterment. This can be accomplished only when each one of us begins to take up the prevailing issues in society as their own.

A memento was offered to Dr Rio D’Souza by the Director as a token of gratitude.

Rev. Fr Richard Aloysius Coelho in his Presidential address pointed out the necessity of having a student council in a professional college as it has benefitted the students and the college both in leadership and service.

Dr Girish Navada welcomed the gathering. The vote of thanks was proposed by Ashmitha Alicia coth, General Secretary. The programme was concluded with the Institution Anthem.

The new office bearers of the Student Association 2020-21 are as follows
President – M. Noah Sharon, IV BHMS
General Secretary – Ashmitha A. Coth, III BHMS
Magazine Secretary – Elizabeth Thomas, IV BHMS
Sports Secretary – Jaggesha, III BHMS
Cultural Secretary – Peeke Chanikya, II BHMS
Class representatives of I BHMS – Fazle Rahaman and Bhavadharani A.S
II BHMS – Peeke Chanikya and Valurothu Sindhuja
III BHMS – Jaggesha and Ashmitha Alicia Coth
IV BHMS – Madhavaram Noah Sharon and Elizabeth Thomas
Intern – Thunuguntla Rishi Sai Krishna and Elizabeth Thomas
Postgraduates – Dr Sharath Mandicha, Dr Sr Mable Clara D’Mello, Dr Mishun Jose, Dr Deepthi M K, Dr Febin George and Dr Dhanya S.

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