Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital bids adieu to its Administrator, Rev. Fr Roshan Crasta – KONKANCATHOLIC.COM

Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital bids adieu to its Administrator, Rev. Fr Roshan Crasta

May 11, 2024

Mangaluru, May 10, 2024: The students and staff of Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital (FMHMCH), Father Muller Homoeopathic Pharmaceutical Division (FMHPD), and Father Muller Charitable Institutions (FMCI) bid a heartfelt formal farewell to the Administrator of FMHMC&H and FMHPD, Rev.Fr Roshan Crasta, at Father Muller Auditorium, Deralakatte.

The farewell programme was presided over by the Director of FMCI, Rev. Fr Richard Aloysius Coelho, and was graced by the Priests of the Institutions, Members of the Father Muller Centenary Society, Advisory and Governing Board Members, Heads of the Institutions of FMCI. On the dais present were Rev Fr Roshan Crasta, Administrator, FMHMCH& HPD; Rev Fr Ashwin Crasta, Assistant Administrator, FMHMCH& HPD; Dr ESJ Prabhu Kiran, Principal, FMHMC; Dr Vilma Meera Dsouza, Vice Principal, FMHMC; and Dr Girish Navada UK, Medical Superintendent, FMHMCH.

The gathering was welcomed by the Rev. Fr Ashwin Crasta, followed by a reminisce of the journey of Rev. Fr Roshan Crasta in FMCI, presented by the Principal of FMHMC, Dr ESJ Prabhu Kiran.

The citation to Rev. Fr Roshan Crasta was read by the Vice Principal, Dr Vilma M. Dsouza, which was followed by the traditional honoring ceremony by all the dignitaries on dais.

After the citation presentation, Rev. Fr Roshan Crasta was bestowed floral gratitude by all the representatives from FMCI, Father Muller Hospital Thumbay, FMHMC (teaching and non-teaching), college office staff, Student Council, and FMHPD.

In his response, Rev. Fr Roshan Crasta expressed his memories and gratitude to all with whom he was associated throughout his 11-year journey at various offices in FMCI.

Rev. Fr Richard A. Coelho, in his message, wished him good luck for his ministerial and administrative responsibilities at St Raphael Church and Fr L. M. Pinto Hospital, Badyar.

A vote of thanks was proposed by Dr Girish Navada, U.K., Medical Superintendent, FMHMCH.

A farewell song ‘Shukriya’ was sungby faculty, interns, and postgraduates, followed by an audiovisual compilation of Rev. Fr Roshan Crasta’s association with FMHMC&H.

Dr G. Rajachandra and Dr Reshel Noronha compered the programme.