Mangaluru: Mangalore University Employment Information and Guidance Bureau under the auspices of Mangala Alumni Association (MAA) has organised UGC NET JRF and K-SET pre-examination coaching for the students who enrolled for the forthcoming exams, at Rajashree Dr D. Veerendra Heggade Hall from Nov 24.
MU Vice Chancellor Prof. Jayaraj Amin in his presidential address motivated students for their bright future. “In addition to graduating with a high score, one must constantly strive for competitive exams. One should have enthusiasm, passion, optimism, persistence, self-discipline, desire to improve and commitment to learning to excel and reach the goal,” he added.
MAA General Secretary Dr Prashantha Naik said that if a student tries with positive spirit and hard work, he or she can clear the competitive exams and find a respectful position in their life. Employment Information Bureau Chief Dr Dasharatha P. Angadi said that the students should take full advantage of this coaching, given by skilled subject experts and be successful.
MAA Treasurer Dr Vishwanath T. wished the students success. The compere of the program was Dr Lavina, Faculty of Biosciences Department. The EC member of MAA Sushma proposed the vote of thanks. Dr Sabitha, a member of the EC of MAA, was present. A total of 113 students have enrolled on the Pre-examination coaching from various postgraduate departments.