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Inauguration of inter-collegiate science and variety competition for pre-university science students at Karavali Institute of Technology, Neerumarga.

Inauguration of inter-collegiate science and variety competition for pre-university science students at Karavali Institute of Technology, Neerumarga.  

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Palliative Care: The Indian Association of Palliative Care (IAPC) has recognised Yenepoya Nursing College, a constituent of Yenepoya University, to offer its certificate course in Palliative Care.

The course content includes communication skills, spirituality, ethics in medical practice, management of pain and other symptoms, care of elderly and psychological issues. The course comprises 15 hours of contact sessions and eight weeks of learning at home through distance education mode.

Candidates can have clinical experience in their own clinical settings. The college began offering the course form November 1.

Badminton tournament: Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management, Mangalore, emerged runners-up in the Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) Mangalore zonal inter-collegiate badminton tournament for men and women at Ujire recently. Around 20 engineering colleges participated in the tournament.

The team was led by Nithisha Rodrigus, Physical Director, and Karna Kumar, Assistant Physical Director. (Mens’ team): Nishmith Chand Suvarna (Captain), Yashwin J.S., Srinidhi P.S., Rajath M.R., Sourabh G. Tumbe and Aditya S. Nayak. (Women’s team): Chaitra Shetty (Captain), Vidya Venkatesh and Anwitha.

Competition: Karavali Institute of Technology, Neerumarga, organised an inter-collegiate science and variety competition for pre-university students recently. Managing Trustee of G.R. Education Trust G.R. Ganesh Rao inaugurated it.

Poornaprajna College, Udupi, bagged the overall championship with Rs. 50,000 prize amount, Sahyadri Pre-University won the second prize of Rs. 25,000 and Vivekananda College, Puttur, the third prize of Rs. 15,000.

Clean Mijar campaign: Engineering college students participated in the Clean Mijar campaign, near Moodbidri, recently. Minister of State for Youth Empowerment, Sports and Fisheries K. Abhayachandra Jain inaugurated it.

Students of Alva’s Engineering College, M.V. Shetty Engineering College and Mangalore Institute of Technology and Engineering, Moodbidri, participated in it.

Talent hunt: Expert Pre-University College, Kodialbail, and Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management jointly organised the Sahyadri science talent hunt programme recently. Quiz, science model making and elocution competitions were conducted.





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Printable version | Jan 22, 2020 5:27:37 PM | https://www.thehindu.com/features/education/dakshina-kannada/article6578486.ece

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