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SMS College, Brahmmavara organises a Seminar to familiarise the New Education Policy 2020

In line with the newly adopted NEP -2020 (New Education Policy) by the Union Government and planned to implement the same by the Karnataka State Govt, which was given a start on 23-08-2021, the St. Mary’s Syrian College, Brahmmavara has organised  a workshop to familiarise the salient features to students , their parents and the teaching faculty on 14th September, 2021. 

In the beginning, Prof Robert Rodrigues, Dept of History, formally welcomed the gathering and briefed the days programme and informed that SMS is gearing up and making all arrangements to bring the new system into force from the forthcoming academic year 2021 -22, as this policy will be the third important shift from the basic approach, after the independence,1947, with an aim of effective, positive approach, keeping in mind the all-round progress of the student to master and in depth learning of his choice of stream…..

As the programme was meticulously compered by Dr Vidyalatha, HOD Dept of Kannada, and  Mr. Prashant Shetty, Lecturer, explained the salient features and the major changes in the Collegiate education system, which was followed earlier and the proposed one which will be student friendly, job oriented and simple to follow.

In his well worded clarifications, the Treasurer (College Section) of the OSE Educational Society Mr Samson DSouza, made the parents understand the basic implications of the new policy and its inevitability to follow under the changing environment in the universal education system and solicitude their support and co-operation, as parents of would be graduates have greater responsibilities to understand the change.

Vice President of the Parents Teachers Association, Mr     Abdul Mubarak spoke on this occasion and offered the team’s full support and wished the new change be beneficial primarily to students aspiring for higher education in SMS Campus.

Principal Dr. Emmanuel Lalith Kumar, who has taken over the charge recently,  presided over the well attended programme and was happy to declare that probably SMS must be one of the pioneers to arrange such awareness seminar in the region. ‘Yes, we are on the fast track of change and change is inevitable rightly for betterment……..Newly framed NEP is mainly students friendly, equip and train them to directly absorb in employment…..It’s a multi entry – multi exit system, allowing them to leave and rejoin, where they left…..” he continued. “SMS College at the threshold of Ruby Jubilee, established in the year 1980-81, is one of the best Colleges with solid infra structure, in the Mangalore University with experienced and well qualified teaching faculty, the non teaching staff, especially with the magnanimous support and concern by the Management OSE marching ahead with changing circumstances with a singular motto of imparting best learning atmosphere…..”

It was a well organised awareness programme, with the active participation of all stake holders - the students, their parents, the teaching faculty, the non teaching staff and the College Management, well appreciated and timely one.

Reported by: Prof J.A.Furtado.

Photographs: Kiran Acharya.In line with the newly adopted NEP -2020 (New Education Policy) by the Union Government and planned to implement the same by the Karnataka State Govt, which was given a start on 23-08-2021, the St. Mary’s Syrian College, Brahmmavara has organised  a workshop to familiarise the salient features to students , their parents and the teaching faculty on 14th September, 2021. 

In the beginning, Prof Robert Rodrigues, Dept of History, formally welcomed the gathering and briefed the days programme and informed that SMS is gearing up and making all arrangements to bring the new system into force from the forthcoming academic year 2021 -22, as this policy will be the third important shift from the basic approach, after the independence,1947, with an aim of effective, positive approach, keeping in mind the all-round progress of the student to master and in depth learning of his choice of stream…..

As the programme was meticulously compered by Dr Vidyalatha, HOD Dept of Kannada, and  Mr. Prashant Shetty, Lecturer, explained the salient features and the major changes in the Collegiate education system, which was followed earlier and the proposed one which will be student friendly, job oriented and simple to follow.

In his well worded clarifications, the Treasurer (College Section) of the OSE Educational Society Mr Samson DSouza, made the parents understand the basic implications of the new policy and its inevitability to follow under the changing environment in the universal education system and solicitude their support and co-operation, as parents of would be graduates have greater responsibilities to understand the change.

Vice President of the Parents Teachers Association, Mr Abdul Mubarak spoke on this occasion and offered the team’s full support and wished the new change be beneficial primarily to students aspiring for higher education in SMS Campus.

Principal Dr. Emmanuel Lalith Kumar, who has taken over the charge recently,  presided over the well attended programme and was happy to declare that probably SMS must be one of the pioneers to arrange such awareness seminar in the region. ‘Yes, we are on the fast track of change and change is inevitable rightly for betterment……..Newly framed NEP is mainly students friendly, equip and train them to directly absorb in employment…..It’s a multi entry – multi exit system, allowing them to leave and rejoin, where they left…..” he continued. “SMS College at the threshold of Ruby Jubilee, established in the year 1980-81, is one of the best Colleges with solid infra structure, in the Mangalore University with experienced and well qualified teaching faculty, the non teaching staff, especially with the magnanimous support and concern by the Management OSE marching ahead with changing circumstances with a singular motto of imparting best learning atmosphere…..”

It was a well organised awareness programme, with the active participation of all stake holders - the students, their parents, the teaching faculty, the non teaching staff and the College Management, well appreciated and timely one.

Reported by: Prof J.A.Furtado.

Photographs: Kiran Acharya.

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