Bequest 2016- a Quest for the Best Concludes
Bequest 2016- a Quest for the Best Concludes, where Besant Evening College was the winner and Sri Bhuvanendra College bagged the Runners-Up
Mangaluru: The two-day inter collegiate fest Bequest 2016 concluded on 23rd September, Friday, in which Besant Evening College emerged as a ‘overall champions’ and the ‘Runners Trophy’ was won by Sri Bhuvanendra College, Karkala. 15 colleges participated in different events under the theme ‘UTOPIA – a journey towards perfection’.
The guest of honour Shyam Sundar Kamath, Secretary of WNES gave away the trophies to the winners and certificates were given to all the participants during the valedictory ceremony.
Speaking to the audience he said, the participant students have succeeded reflecting different cultures of our country. Meanwhile, they have gained leadership qualities and contact with students of different colleges besides the thrill of participation and winning prizes. Smt. Rajashree Balgari, Deputy Manager of Union Bank, who was on the stage said that she is fully convinced about sponsoring one of the best programme for the students. Manel Annappa Nayak in his presidential remarks expressed his appreciation about involving many colleges in the fest. He congratulated the staff and students for their success in achieving the goals of convergence of students from different colleges to bring about friendship among them.
Devenanda Pai, Correspondent, Prof. Syed Kahdar student welfare officer, student union president Apeksha Vice President ShailaShet were on the stage. Raviraj, Dept. of the Kannada proposed the vote of thanks.