‘Know your Rights’ Workshop at St Aloysius College

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‘Know your Rights’ Workshop at St Aloysius College

Mangaluru: “Rights and Duties of the citizens must go hand in hand” said Ms Uma Prashant, Deputy Police Commissioner (Crime & Traffic) of Mangaluru while inaugurating the workshop ‘Know your Rights at St Aloysius College (Autonomous), Mangaluru.

St Aloysius College (Autonomous) organized this workshop as a part of the Constitution week long celebration in the college. She suggested the students not to go for temporary pleasures but to aim high and reach that goal. She urged the students to make use of the resources available in this college when many others do not get it. She also appreciated the College for taking such an initiative of making students to understand constitution by observing constitution week.

Rev Dr Praveen Martis SJ Principal of the college said that Fr Jerome D’Souza SJ, a Jesuit priest also was a member of the constituent assembly to prepare Indian Constitution. It is a pride for St Aloysius College which is run by the Jesuits. College wants its students to know their basic rights and fight for the rights of others too.

Dr Vishanz Pinto coordinator of the programme welcomed the gathering and Mr Shakin Raj convenor of the programme thanked the gathering. Ms Niriksha compered the programme.


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  1. The Constitution is a single most important document for any country to possess, preserve and honor in order to cherish our individual as well as group rights. The Constitution will enable all of us to respect the spirit and meaning of the document that forefathers had painfully prepared for the benefit of all the citizens. In a country such as India where we have so many cultures, religions, languages, and even colors, a Constitution is indeed a sacred document that will protect all our legitimate rights and interests so that each one of us safeguard our individual and group rights.

    India is also surrounded by other nations such as China, Pakistan and Bangla Desh who also are obliged to understand our existing rights and privileges and safeguard our neighborly obligations for a smooth and harmonious relations with each other.

    W are glad to note that St. Aloysius College is taking all the pains and efforts in familiarizing all the young students our legitimate rights as Citizens of India, and how we need to treat each other in good times and tough times. Jai Hind.

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