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Fourth Graduation Ceremony held at St Aloysius College, Mangalore.

11:25 PM, Saturday, May 31st, 2014
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Aloysius CollegeMangalore: “Knowledge is wealth, power and energy; and it a tool to achieve your goals.” said the Chief Guest Dr K V Peter, Director, Noni World Research Foundation, Chennai and Former Vice Chancellor, Kerala Agricultural University, on the occasion of the Fourth Graduation Ceremony of St Aloysius College, Mangalore .The Fourth Graduation Ceremony of St Aloysius College(Autonomous) Mangalore was held on Saturday, 31st May, at 3.00 pm, in St. Aloysius High School Auditorium, Mangalore. The graduation ceremony was declared open by Rev Dr Stanislaus D’souza SJ, President of the function.

In his graduation address DR K V Peter, said “power of knowledge you possess, is for human wellness and welfare. It is only wealth, power and purity of knowledge which will make an individual distinct and different to serve many other less fortunate than yourself.” He wished the students to be grateful to the Jesuit’s by their positive thoughts and carry knowledge to unreached and lesser fortunate. Laterhe gave away the certificates for 1442 graduates. 23 rank holders in Under Graduation Level and 42 students in Post-Graduation Level were awarded with medals. Special prizes were given to3 rank holders in BA by Mr. Sharanguda, in memory of his son Mr. BanuPrakash, former student of this college. The graduates pledged the oath to uphold and advance the social order and use the opportunity for the well-being of the society.

Rev. Fr Denzil Lobo SJ, Vice President, MJES and Rector of St Aloysius Institutions congratulated the graduates on this occasion and said that the student’s experiences and the exposures will help them to decide their future and thus help them to face challenges in their lives.

Rev. Dr Stanislaus D’souza SJ, President, Mangalore Jesuit educational society (MJES) and provincial, Karnataka Jesuit province presided this occasion in his presidential address saying“the intention of the Jesuit education is not to produce academic monsters but to produce men and women for others.” adding to his speech he said every individual is different, but you have to identify and make a difference within and around you.”

The Principal of the college, Rev. Fr Swebert D’silva SJ, Dr A M Narahari, Registrar, Dr Judith Carlo, convener of the ceremony were present on the dais. This program was witnessed by the parents of graduates, staff-members, and students.

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