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Academic Performance Awards 2022 presented at FMCI

Academic Performance Awards 2022 presented at FMCI
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Mangaluru: University ranks that have been garnered by the students of Father Muller Charitable Institutions were presented at the Academic Performance Awards 2022 which was conducted on 18 March 2023 in the Father Muller Convention Centre, FMCI Kankanady Campus. The 143-year institution has led students in health care to better pasture with its holistic approach to education with its incumbent Director Rev. Fr Richard Aloysius Coelho and his team of Administrators and Assistant Administrators.

Father Muller Medical College, Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College Hospital and Father Muller College (Sp &Hg) presented the awards of their respective university exams (Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences and Mangalore University). The awards read out by the respective college heads with applauses by those gathered made the awardees gleam and proud.

Dr Rio D Souza, Principal of St Joseph Engineering College, who was the chief guest for the event said that excellence needs to be celebrated. He shared his experience with the meritorious students in this engineering college, saying collective growth and merit change all. A zero-sum game is where winning at someone’s cost. Positive sum game creates healthy competition, keeping the objectives of the institutions in mind with your personal goal. He gave an example of the striving for excellence of the legendary monks of Mount Hiei, who put themselves through an excruciating endurance challenge: 1,000 days of long-distance running in Japan for enlightenment and self-excellence. Your clarity on Purpose in Life will let you taste success and newness. There is a zone of fear outside the comfort zone, stepping outside will put you through the learning zone. The greatest of you is your working together with this growing institution.

Rev Fr Richard Aloysius Coelho in this address expressed his sentiments of joy on the institutions being given the awards by the respective Universities. Fruits of hard work are beneficial and being focused on hard work leads to meritorious students. Though a short ceremony, the day recognises those students who want to be professional. Be grateful to God, your parents and guardians and the teaching faculty for moulding and instructing you today. Lastly, he said the awardees should be grateful to their classmates, sharing the fund of their knowledge will make them better people.

Dr Antony Sylvan Dsouza Dean FMMC, Dr Hilda Dsouza Principal FMCOAHS, Dr ESJ Prabhukiran Principal FMHMCH AND Cynthia Santhmayor Vice Principal FMC read the list of their awardees. Members of the Management Committee, Faculty and Staff graced the occasion. Dr Hilda Dsouza welcomed the gathering and provided the sketch of the chief guest, who also said that the brain bathes in rewards and thus this puts an impetus for success. The programme was meticulously planned by Rev. Fr Ajith B Menezes Administrator FMMC & FMCOAHS. Rev Fr Roshan Crasta Administrator FMMCH too graced the dais. Dr Shreya Honarius Intern FMMC compeered the event and Herlin Mendonca the awardee of FMC gave the vote of thanks.

The list of awardees as per the colleges are :
Father Muller Medical College
First MBBS Examinations Held in February 2022:
Late Dr J.N. Shetty Memorial Prize for overall highest marks
Late Prof. B. Venugopal Rao Prize for highest marks in Anatomy
Late Sri Dandinasivara Venkateshaiah Memorial Prize for highest marks in Physiology
– bagged by Kirthi Bhat

Rev. Dr Baptist Menezes Prize’ for securing the highest marks in Biochemistry
– bagged by K Siddhartha Holla

Second MBBS Examinations Held in February 2022:
Late Most Rev. Dr Ignatius Pinto Prize for overall highest marks
Late Msgr. A. F. D’souza Prize for highest marks in Microbiology
– bagged by Abishek J Stephen Harris

Most Rev. Dr Aloysius Paul D’souza Prize for highest marks in Pathology
– bagged by N Nishitha Ramesh

Dr Ramakrishna Pollachi Prize for highest marks in Pharmacology
– bagged by Surbhi Malhotra


Read more:

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Muller Medithon: Transdisciplinary Solutions in Healthcare

51 students get scholarships in FMCI for healthcare courses

Father Muller COAHS inaugurates 2022-23 Student Council

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