FMC College will get Rs 70 lakh aid: M'lore VC

FMC College will get Rs 70 lakh aid: M'lore VC

Few PG courses will commence from coming academic year

Assembly Speaker K G Bopaiah speaking at the 62nd annual day celebrations of FMC College in Madikeri on Monday. DH PHOTOSpeaking at the 62nd annual day celebrations of FMC College here on Monday, he said Rs 25 lakh has been given to purchase computers in the college.

The state government has earmarked Rs 5 crore for the PG centre at Chikkaluvara near Kushalnagar. Few Post Graduation courses will be started in the coming academic year, he added.

Assembly Speaker K G Bopaiah said “students have a greater responsibility in today’s world. The students should make use of the available facilities.”
He called upon the students not to waste time and give emphasis to studies.

“Getting degree is not enough. The students should go for higher studies for a brighter future,” he added. Stating that the government has been giving emphasis to primary and higher education, Bopaiah said students should discontinue from their studies. The government is giving free education for girl children till she completes degree.

Mangalore University Registrar Dr K Chinnappa Gowda said “annual day is not for just celebration. It is also a day for introspection on whether we have discharged our duties efficiently.

Kodava Sahithya Academy handed over a cheque of Rs 5 lakh towards Kodava Cultural Study Centre of Mangalore University to the Vice-Chancellor.
Alia Firdosh who had secured 11th rank in BBM examination was felicitated on the occasion.

‘Kodagu pranthyadalli kandu baruva jathigalu haagu budakattu janangagala vrithantha samhithe’ brought out by the Kodava Cultural Study Centre was released on the occasion.

FMC College Principal Dr Pushpa Kuttanna welcomed the gathering.