Student Associations inaugurated at St Aloysius P U College, Mangalore.

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Student Associations inaugurated at St Aloysius P U College, Mangalore.

Student Associations inaugurated at St Aloysius P U College, Mangalore.

Team NK   ¦    Oct 01, 2020 05:10:35 PM (IST)

Student Associations inaugurated at St Aloysius P U College, Mangalore.-1

Mangaluru: Various Student Associations of the St. Aloysius Pre University College were officially inaugurated on the 25th to 30th of September 2020. As a part of the virtual inauguration, the associations invited resource persons to address and also held various activities for the association members.

The Principal Rev. Fr Clifford Sequeira SJ, Vice Principals, Mrs. Charlotte D’Souza and Mr. Muralikrishna G M, Deans, Dr. Pradeep M, and Mrs. Kiran Shetty and Association Coordinators, Mr. Mohan Raj and Ms. Vivette Lasrado were a part of inaugural programs and motivated students for their future activities.

St. Aloysius Institutions is known for providing holistic education. Its education pedagogy aims at a wholesome growth of a student's personality, and the academic curriculum is not the only item on its agenda.

The institution recognizes the fact that various facets of a student's personality can only be developed when classroom teaching is supplemented with co-curricular activities that seek to improve all domains of life, such as cognitive, emotional, social, moral, cultural, and aesthetic.

These activities build competitiveness, excellence, creativeness, and enthusiasm, which enhance the quality of achievements of students.

St Aloysius Pre University College aims at broadening the horizons and intellectual abilities of its students through a number of co-curricular activities.

These activities are planned and executed through various student associations and forums that the College promotes and supports.

The pandemic has not deterred the associations from functioning. The coordinators and staff of the college have been conducting the association's activities this year after accepting the new normal. The college has introduced 50 various associations and clubs this year, to cater to every field of interest of students. The students registered in an association of their choice online.