Puttur: Exhibition of Tulu Folk Artefacts ‘BADK’ held at St Philomena College
Puttur: Humanities Association and Internal Quality Assurance Cell of St Philomena College Puttur organized Two-day Exhibition of Tulu Folk Artefacts ‘BADK’ in Siver Jubilee Memorial Hall of the College on February 7 and 8, 2020.
The Chairman of Rani Abbakka Tulu Study Centre Bantwala Dr Tukarama Poojary participated as the chief guest. In his inaugural address, he said, ‘Our Tulunadu is known for rich culture and artistic heritage. The present generation must understand the inherent values associated with Folk Artefacts.’
The Chairman of Post Graduate Study Centre and Campus Director of the College Rev. Dr Antony Prakash Monteiro participated as the guest of honour. He said, ‘A person who knows history can become an extraordinary scholar. The students must acquire practical knowledge along with theoretical knowledge.’
The Principal Prof. Leo Noronha presided over the programme. He said, ‘The value of Artefacts is immeasurable. Everyone must possess the pride about our culture and heritage. History does not change. But our perception will undergo changes.’
The Principal of St Philomena PU College Rev. Fr Vijay Lobo, Aryabhata Awardee Mr Mahammad Yaseer Kalladka and Mr Hallimane Haidarali, Koyyur graced the occasion.
On this occasion, Ms Thashreefa Jahan, 8th rank winner in Bachelor of Arts examinations of Mangalore University held during April/May 2019 was felicitated.
Ms Ashintha Monteiro and team presented the prayer song. Sr Annamma R welcomed the gathering. Ms Dimple Tauro proposed the vote of thanks. The convenor of Humanities Association and HoD of History Prof. Subair coordinated the programme. Ms Priyanka Madtha compeered the programme.