MAHE Mangalore Honors Innovators, Researchers, Graduates at 31st Convocation

MAHE Mangalore Honors Innovators, Researchers, Graduates at 31st Convocation

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Mayank Uniyal
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New Delhi, Updated on May 20, 2024 14:32 IST

MAHE's 31st convocation included esteemed guests namely M D Venkatesh (Vice Chancellor of MAHE), Dr Narayana Sabhahit (Pro Vice Chancellor of MAHE), Dr Sharath K Rao (Pro Vice-Chancellor MAHE) Dr Dilip G Naik (Pro Vice Chancellor of MAHE Mangalore) to name a few. 

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Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) Mangalore hosted its 31st edition of Convocation on May 17, 2024. The convocation aimed to align MAHE’s academic approaches with the National Education Policy 2020. The convocation ceremony took place at Dr TMA Pai International Convention Centre, M G Road, Mangalore. The Pro-Chancellor, H S Ballal conferred the degrees to a total of 1061 students (Undergraduate: 784, Postgraduate: 160, and PhD: 117).  

M K Ramesh, Vice Chancellor, Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bengaluru, Karnataka was the chief guest at the event. He embraced students and wished them good luck for the future. 

"It's an honour to be here on this significant day as you transition from students to professionals. Congratulations on your hard work and dedication. Today, we celebrate your achievements. You are fortunate to have studied at MAHE, an institution known for its quality education. As you embark on your professional journey, remember the responsibility you carry to meet the expectations of your loved ones, teachers, and society. Embrace challenges as opportunities to learn and grow. Uphold the values of trust, character, competence, and passion in your work. Never stop learning and believe in your dreams. You join a community of alumni who have made significant contributions to society. As we celebrate your success, we also acknowledge the support from your parents and the dedication of the faculty,” says M K Ramesh. 

Further,  H S Ballal, Pro-Chancellor of MAHE very gracefully congratulates students on their past achievements and good luck for the future. 

 “Remember that education is about developing the curiosity to question, the daring to innovate, and the compassion to serve, not just about memorising facts. As you set out on your new journey, equipped with the information and wisdom you have gained within these walls, allow your accomplishments from today to serve as the cornerstone for a meaningful and impactful tomorrow,” says the Pro-Chancellor. 

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