Inter Collegiate Physics Fest: Phoenix-2K17

Date : 22-Feb-2017

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St Philomena College, PG Department of Physics had organized an Inter Collegiate Physics Fest – ‘Phoenix-2K17’ on 15th February.  Prof. Leo Norohna, Principal, St Philomena College, Puttur was the president of the function. Rev. Dr Antony Prakash Monteiro, Chairman, Centre for P.G. Studies and Research of St. Philomena College was the chief guest of the function. Dr A.P. Radhakrishna, H.O.D of Physics and Fr Vijay Lobo, Principal, St Philomena PU College was the guest of honor. Dr E. Deepak D’Silva, Coordinator of P.G. Physics escorted the dignitaries on to the dais. The inaugural programme began with invoking God’s blessing by Ms Roopashree B.R. and group. The president inaugurated the programme by lighting the lamp.

The president of the programme in his address congratulated the Department for hosting the fest and appreciated the efforts taken by the Students of P.G. Physics in materializing the event.

The chief guest in his address said, “There will be lot of career opportunities for the students in the field of fundamental science”.

There was a felicitation programme for Ms Varsha Moleyar, the alumna of M.Sc. Physics (2014-16 Batch), who had secured 2nd rank in the Mangalore University examination. Dr E. Deepak D’Silva, Coordinator of P.G. Physics introduced Ms Varsha Moleyar to the audience.

Master of Ceremony for the programme was Ms Joyline M. Rodrigues, Ms Poornima S. welcomed the gathering and Ms VidyaLakshmi proposed the vote of thanks.

Fifteen Teams of Various Colleges under Mangalore University took active role in the following events.

  • Mad-Add
  • Seminar
  • Think and click
  • Working Model
  • Quiz

In the valedictory function Presidential address was delivered by the principal of the college Prof.  Leo Norohna. He said, “Usually the science students have special capabilities to excel in any of the challenges which they face.” The chief guest Rev. Dr Antony Prakash Monteiro in his address said, “One need not to know hundred things in life, but whatever little he know he should know it adequately, that makes the difference in life.”

Ms Lavita Joyline Marties welcomed the gathering. Ms Anusha K.S. proposed the vote of thanks. Ms Chaitra was the master of ceremony.

The Championship was bagged by St Agne’s College, Mangalore and Runner Up award was won by the students of Mangalore University.