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Anti-ragging awareness rally taken out

Spreading relevance: Superintendent of Police Kapil Kumar Saratkar flagging off an anti-ragging rally in Tuticorin on Wednesday. — Photo: N. Rajesh

Spreading relevance: Superintendent of Police Kapil Kumar Saratkar flagging off an anti-ragging rally in Tuticorin on Wednesday. — Photo: N. Rajesh  

The students of Fisheries College and Research Institute, a constituent of TANUVAS, Chennai, took out a rally here on Wednesday to increase the awareness of anti-ragging among students.

Superintendent of Police Kapil Kumar C. Saratkar, flagged off the rally, organised by the National Service Scheme unit of the college. It commenced from the third mile on Palayamkottai Road. M.C. Nandeesha, Dean of FCRI, presided over and highlighted the importance and social relevance of the programme

Over 200 participants including the students and staff took part in the rally wearing specially designed T-shirts displaying slogans on anti-ragging.

The rally passed through the thoroughfares of Government Medical College campus where the Dean along with physicians Dr. Napolean and Dr. Saraswathi interacted with students on the impact of ragging.

Subsequently, the participants entered Government Polytechnic College and spread the message. The rally culminated at V. O. C College. The rally participants carried messages, slogans and placards explaining the evils of ragging.

G. Sugumar, Professor and NSS Programme Officer coordinated the programme.

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