JCI Mangalore Lalbagh ‘Grand Prix JCI Week-2015’ Kicks Off

Mangaluru: JCI Mangalore Lalbagh is conducting Grand Prix JCI Week – 2015 in a grand manner from 09-09-2015 to 15-09-2015. On September 9th 2015 Day – 1 – Clean Green Day was inaugurated by Jc.Dr. Aravinda Rao Kedige, Past Zone President & Trainer Excel Graduate of JCI India. Mr. Venu Sharma, Founder CEO, Add idea Bangalore & Mangalore was the Chief Guest. Rev. Fr. Lawrence D’Souza, Director, St. Joseph College, Jeppu and Fr. Wilfred Prakash D’Souza, Principal, St. Joseph College, Jeppu were the Guests of honour.

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JCI Mangalore Lalbagh President Jc.Peter Anthony Pinto presided the function. After the inauguration, there was a talk on innovation in Entrepreneurship development by the chief guest of the function Mr. Venu Sharma and also talk on personal hygiene in environmental care by the inaugurator Jc. Dr. Aravinda Rao Kedige.

Day 2 Training Day was inaugurated at St. Joseph College, Jeppu in Mangalore. P.P. Joseph, Principal of Govt P.U. College for Women, Balmatta, Mangalore inaugurated Training Day. Krishna Mohan P.S., Zone President of Zone XV was the Chief Guest and gave awareness Seminar on effective Communication to reach the donors of blood to the needy.

K. V. Nagaraj, Asst. Drug Controller, D.K Dist, Rotarian Bharathesh Adiraj, District Governor, Dist 3180, Rotary club, Dr. Ronald Anil Fernandes, Vice Chairperson, Indian Red Cross Society, D.K., JCI. Sen. Surendra Bhat, Zone Co-ordinator Blood Donation and NSS Co-ordinators Smt. Shashikala and Smt. Gayathri M.S. were the Guests of honour. JCI Mangalore Lalbagh President Jc.Peter Anthony Pinto presided the function. Around 300 students attended and got benfited.

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