Friday, 29 August 2014

Training for Syndicate Bank clerical staff on 25/08/14 at NIBF

“Responsibility grows vertically with position”said Dr S Ramananda Shetty, Vice Chancellor, Nitte University. Dr Ramananda Shetty was inaugurating 3weeks Induction Training Program for the newly recruited Probationary Clerks of Syndicate Bank. The program is being conducted by Nitte Institute of Banking and Finance at their Paneer Campus, Deralakatte. Dr S Ramananda Shetty speaking further emphasized the need of orientation & training to new recruits of an organization. He also called upon the participants to acquire skills & knowledge to discharge their duties in banking and also social obligations Dr M S Moodithaya, Registrar, Nitte University, speaking on the occasion advised the participants to dedicate themselves to the Objectives of the bank and serve with a smile, and contribute to the Growth of the great Bank. He recalled the long standing relationship with the bank & Nitte institutions. Dr N K Thingalaya formed Chairman & Managing Director of Syndicate Bank presided over the function and called upon the Bank employees to be innovative and work with total dedication and concern to the weaker section. Sri M B M H Quamil, Assistant General Manager, Syndicate Bank Mangalore also addressed the gathering The program was compered by Prof Vinayak Prabhu and Prof K R Nayak welcomed the gathering. Prof M S
 Rao proposed Vote of thanks.

 

Vanamahotsav at NGSMIPS

Extensive deforestation throughout the world in the recent years has resulted in unprecedented climatic changes in the form of scanty rainfall, Flash floods, droughts, cyclones and rising heat waves. We can’t call these as natural calamities anymore because this was not the same earth we inherited; rather our constant interference with nature for selfish pursuits has resulted in these ecological disturbance and climatic uncertainties.

   

In order to create awareness and concern among the youth about environment protection, the NSS cell of the college organized “Vanamahotsava” programme on 21st August 2014. The Principal Dr. C.S. Shastry addressed the volunteers and said it is time we seriously engaged ourselves in taking corrective measures before it is too late and situation slips out of control. The chief guest Dr. Muralee Mohan Choontharu, NSS Co-ordinator, Nitte University planted saplings and inaugurated the programme. The N.S.S Program officer, Mr. Santanu Saha thanked the staff and NSS student volunteers for their active participation

Tuesday, 26 August 2014

Induction Training Program - NIBF

“Serve the Bank’s clients with smile and commitment” said Sri K T Rai, Field General Manager, Syndicate Bank. Sri K T Rai was addressing over 150 Probationary Assistant Managers of the Bank as chief guest at the valedictory function of the 4 week long Induction Training Program held for them at Nitte Institute of Banking & Finance, Deralkatte. Sri K T Rai further recounted the rich culture & heritage of the Bank. He informed the trainees about the noble vision of the Bank’s Founders in taking up Financial Inclusion as early as 1927 when the Pygmy deposit was launched for the poorest segment of the society. Speaking further, Sri Rai called upon the officers to work with empathy and always extend a helping hand to the needy.


He also appreciated the contribution of Nitte Institute in grooming Bank’s young officers and preparing them to face the challenges of the days ahead in banking industry. Dr N K Thingalaya, Former CMD Syndicate bank presided over the function and shared his experiences with the young officers and advised them to have a biased approach towards the deprived class in the society. The program was compered by Prof S D Pai and Prof K R Nayak welcomed the gathering. Prof Vinayak Prabhu proposed Vote of thanks.

Thursday, 21 August 2014

School health programme by NUINS

NSS unit of Nitte Usha Institute of Nurisng sciences organized a school health programme for DKGP Higher Primary school on 21-08-2014 at Deralakatte.







Total 25 NSS volunteers with Mrs. Cleeta and Mrs Suchithra, NSS programme officers, and Ms. Preveena Asst.NSS programme officers actively participated in the programme. The topic selected for the school health programme was Mosquito Borne Diseases.The programme started at 11.00am with invocation, followed by the welcome speech. The NSS volunteers performed a role play depicting the transmission of malaria by mosquito followed by students explained with slides in detail about Malaria, Dengue, Chikungunya –meaning, causes, prevention, and management. A video was projected on Mosquito Borne Diseases and pamphlets were distributed to all the students.

CME / Symposium at KSHEMA

Department of Microbiology K.S.Hegde Medical Academy has conducted the second annual CME on infectious diseases in adults at the seminar hall (2nd Floor) of K.S.Hegde Hospital on 14th August 2014.The CME was inaugurated by Prof Dr.Satheesh Kumar Bhandary Dean of KSHEMA and Head of the Department Dr.Vimal Kumar Karnaker welcomed the gathering. Speakers for the day were Dr.Vandana K.E, Professor of Microbiology from KMC Manipal, Dr John Anthony Jude Prakash from CMC Vellore, Dr Gokul B.N from Fortis Bangalore, Dr. Vinod C.S from S.S Medical institute Davangere. They gave recent updates on infectious disease. Delegates from various medical colleges attended the CME. Dr Rekha Rai Professor of the department delivered the vote of thanks.

 

Wednesday, 20 August 2014

A Orientation Programme 2014 - ITI

A Orientation Programme 2014 was at tapovana, Thokur on 19th August 2014. The programme was inaugurated by Prof. Jayarama Shetty, Professor, Nitte School of Management, Yelahanka,Bangalore.He addressed the newly joined students & their parents and explained the various opportunities for skilled person in next 5 years. Sri Jagadish, Prinicpal, Govt. ITI, delivered related information on Technical Education.Principal Sri Y.N.Salian presided over the function. Sri Harischandra recited Prayer, Training officer Raghuram Rao had given brief introduction ITI training. Suresh S. JTO delivered vote of thanks. Programme was compared by Sri Laxami Kanth. All teaching &non-teaching staff were present on the occasion.