Monday, 2 March 2015

Republic day at MRSMEMS - Thokur

Republic day was celebrated on 26th January,2015. PTA Vice President Mrs. Lidia Noronha unfurled the National Flag. Students performed mass drill which was followed by patriotic songs. Principal welcomed the gathering with a stress on the importance of the day. Mrs. Geetha Rai enlightened the students on patriotism. N N Advith of class VIII proposed the vote of thanks and Miss Nidhi of class VIII hosted the programme.

Friday, 27 February 2015


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School health check-up programme - KSHEMA

The Department of Community Medicine organized a Health Camp / Outreach Program, "school health check-up programme" on 21-01-2015 at CSI school Mulki. A school health programme was held in CSI Mulki on 21 January 2015 by Dr Arushi Chopra (Intern in Department of Community Medicine) under the guidance of Dr Savitha (MO,Mulki CHC) and Mr.Santhosh N P Medico social worker, Dept Of Community Medicine KSHEMA .The schools selected were CSI English MediumSchool Karnad ( 1st standard students were examined-29 children) and GPUC Mulki High School Section(8 standard -24 students) . Students were examined for height, weight, personnel hygiene, general physical examination and relevant systemic examination. For children who were suffering from minor health ailments were prescribed the relevant medications. A talk was given on personnel hygiene and good diet.The results were impressive as all most all the children were in best of their health.

Thursday, 26 February 2015

Lecture series on ‘Molecular genetics’ - KSHEMA

K.S.Hegde Medical academy, a constituent college of Nitte University in collaboration with Karnataka Science and Technology Academy hosted a Lecture series on ‘Molecular genetics’ on 27,28, 29 of November 2014. Dr A Veena Shetty, Associate Professor, Department of Microbiology and the Organising Secretary of the lecture series received a grant of Rs 1.61 lakhs from Karnataka Science and Technology Academy.

During the Lecture series renowned speakers and scientists delivered talks on cytogenetics, Epigenetics, Clinical genetics and Molecular genetics. A total of 300 delegates, 140 doctors and 160 postgraduates students from various universities attended the lecture series. Karnataka Medical council had credited Six hour credit points to the lecture series.The Lecture series was inaugurated by Dr. Satheesh Kumar Bhandary. Welcome address was delivered by Dr Sucheta Kumari, and the vote of thanks was delivered by Dr A Veena Shetty. At the end of the lecture series a Multiple choice Questionnaire, quiz was conducted by Dr Prashant Shetty , Coordinator , Diagnostic Centre for Cytogenetics and Molecular genetics, K.S.Hegde Medical Academy. The first prize, cash prize of Rs 10,000 was bagged by Dr Mamatha, PG student in Biochemistry from KMC, Mangalore; second prize cash prize of Rs 6000 by Ms Anupama, PG student in Biomedicine, Nitte university and the third prize, cash prize of Rs 4,000 was bagged by Dr Ashish Agarwal , PG student in Biochemistry, KMC Mangalore.

Activities at NSAMFGC Nitte

  • ORIENTATION PROGRAMME An Orientation program was organized for the Fresher’s on June 16, 2014 in order to introduce the college campus and the facilities available. Mr. Nagedra P. Katakol, Chairman, Katakal Education Trust, Haveri, was the chief guest.

  • The Students’ Council was inaugurated on 8th July 2014 by Prof. Sadashiva Rao, Principal, PPC Udupi

  • ‘CHAMMARANA HENDATHI’ a beautiful drama was performed by the team ‘Theatre Samurai’ of the Neenasam Group under the direction of Mr.Sathish Thipatoor on June 25, 2014

  • Aurora, an inter class competition, was organized on August 13, 21014 and inaugurated by Mr. Prashantha Holla, Principal, NRAMP Nitte. The grand finale of 14 competitions
  • N-IGMA’ an inter collegiate PU Level Fest, held on September 4, 2014. Prof. Rajan V N, Principal of St. Mary’s First Grade College, Shirva during the valedictory function of N-IGMA Fest.

  • An Interface: Parent-Teacher and Resource person for PTA Meet Prof. Rolphie Mascarenhas, Director, Kanachuru Academy of General Education, Mangalore was addressing the gathering.

  • The Literary association organized Sahithya Samvada on September 26, 2014. Mrs. Jyothi Guru Prasad, a well-known writer from Karkala, was the resource person for the program. During this occasion Ms. Prasudha Shetty from I B Com (B), Ms. Bhagyashree from I B. Sc, Ms. Nisha from I B. Sc, Ms. Deeksha from III BBM, Ms. Nishmitha III B. Com (B) recited self composed poetry.

  • Ms. Reshael Eva Cardoza of II BBM bagged third prize in English Elocution competition held at Sri Gokarnanatheshwar College, Mangalore on September 8, 2014
  • Mr. Syed Akmum of II B Com (A), Mr. Abdul Moumin of II B Com (A) and Mr. Elroy Sidney D’ souza of II B Com(A) bagged the third prize in the State Level Quiz Competition held at Rosario College of Management Studies, Mangalore on September 11, 2014
  • The NSS unit, Youth Red Cross Association and JCI Belman jointly organized a blood donation camp on August 2, 2014. In this camp, 60 students donated blood.

Wednesday, 25 February 2015

‘Is Tibet a core issue in Sino Indian relationship?’ Seminar at NICO

‘Tibetans want decision making power’

Minister of Tibetan Department of Information and international relations Dicki Choyyang urged genuine autonomy for Tibet.

Addressing the seminar on ‘Is Tibet a core issue in Sino Indian relationship?’ organized by Regional Tibetan Youth Congress and Tibetan Student Association which was held in NIBF auditorium of Nitte University she said ‘All Tibetans should be in one administration like Mongolians. They want decision making power in the areas like education, religion, security, natural resources.’

‘People of Tibet are not asking independence but they are seeking autonomy as guarantee. In Tibet there is no democratic environment like India. People are tortured because of raising the voice about their own land’ she said.

‘The Tibetan plateau has very rich eco system. It is the source of Asia’s major rivers. These rivers provide water to half of the world’s population. But now the plateau has absolutely unrestrained constructions of water dams on rivers such as Brahmaputra, Yellow rivers which will significantly impact the livelihood of the downstream including India.’ the minister added.

‘The ties between India and Tibet go back thousands of years. Tibetan system of medicine is inspired by Ayurveda, In 10th century Tibetan Buddhism got religion renaissance through India. Tibetan writing system was derived by Gupta script. Indians also fought for Tibetan issue. Now there is an urgency to educate Indian youths’ said Chhoyang in her address.

Honorable registrar, Nitte University, Dr. M.S Moodithaya opined ‘Globalization has opened up many opportunities, at the same time it has posed several challenges like sovereignty of nations. In this situation living with dignity in our own land is very critical’.

‘Tibetan students who have studied in India are serving in different areas. Nitte University is with Tibetans and it will extend all the possible support to them’ he said.

Directorate of curriculum Dr. M. Rajashekar, HoD of Nitte institution of Communication Prof. Rakesh Katarey, Vice president of Tibetan Student Association E.H. Dolma, the president of student council Ms. Kushbu Mishra were present in the seminar.