Selflessness helps us to connect with fellow beings as it is rewarding in itself. It is not a desire to be noticed but to act from our heart and soul- Rev.Dr Antony Prakash Monteiro
Puttur, 28 March: Mr John Lobo, retired First Division Library Assistant at St Philomena College,Puttur donated 14 wooden chairs worth Rs 90,000 to the College Central Library where he extended 36 dedicated and fruitful years of service.
In an informal thanksgiving occasion Rev.Dr Antony Prakash Monteiro, Principal of the College appreciated the noble attitude of Mr John Lobo saying that, “selflessness, as the virtue of giving without expecting anything in return helps us to connect with fellow beings as it is rewarding in itself. It is not a desire to be noticed but to act from our heart and soul”.
Rev. Fr Stany Pinto, Campus Director wished the donor all well by acknowledging his generosity and love for the College as well. Mr Abdul Rahiman, Librarian, compered the programme. Library Advisory Committee member Mrs Premalatha,Dean of Commerce welcomed and proposed vote of thanks. Library faculty members,Library Advisory Committee Members and the students were gracefully present in the programme.