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Education and Career

National Seminar At St Francis Women’s College

Thursday, 7 February 2013
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Hyderabad, February 07:

St Francis College for Women, Begumpet here is conducting a UGC-sponsored two-day national seminar on “Recognizing Holistic Learning for Quality Enhancement-Integrating Curriculum with Co-Curriculum” on February 8 and 9 on the college premises in collaboration with Mak Projects Pvt. Ltd.

In a pressnote here today, St Francis College Society organizing secretary Dr Uma Joseph said Osmania University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Satyanarayana will be the chief guest and UGC Southern region deputy director G. Srinivas will be guest of honor.

The seminar proposes effective inclusion of co-curricular activities so that the institutions can cater to the development of a student’s entire personality, draw out the latent powers of different temperaments, supplement academic work and develop social and civic sense. Eminent resource persons, academicians, experts from industry will be participating in the seminar from across the country.

For more information, Dr Uma Joseph may be contacted on mobile 91-9849802918. (NSS)

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