Scholarship worth Rs 17.2 lakhs to 615 students in DK: Veera Venkatesha Charitable trust

Scholarship worth Rs 17.2 lakhs to 615 students in DK: Veera Venkatesha Charitable trust

Veera Venkatesha Charitable trust, a wing of Sri Venkataramana Temple, Mangalore distributed Scholarship worth Rs. 17.2 lakhs to 615 students of  dakshina kannada district in memory of Late Mizar Govinda Pai & Late Manorama Pai, parents of Late Mizar Sadananda Pai. The function was held in Sri Venkataramana Temple mangalore.

Sri CA Nandagopal shenoy was the chief guest. Sri Mukund Kamath, owner of Ideal ice cream was the guest of honour.
CA Nandagopal shenoy said that students should have confidence in themselves and develop skills to make them self sufficient. He also emphasized on working smart rather than working smart, time management and dedication. He also asked them to used technology in a way which will help the society move forward
Mr. Mukund Kamath advised the students to give back what they receive to the society when they start earning. Who ever gets scholarship should give a small part of their income to the needy once they start working and help in overall development of the society. He also highlighted that parents are the living god and biggest asset and to not forget their sacrifices when you become successful.
Sri AK Manjunath Shenoy, President of Veera Venkatesha Charitable Trust, Sri CA Jagannath Kamath, President of GSB Temple Association, Sri CL Shenoy, Trustee of Sri Venkataramana Temple also addressed the students
Sri Kapu Sadananda Nayak distributed Rs. 1.76 lakh of scholarship to students in the same occasion from their trust.
T Ganapathi Pai, Secretary welcomed the gathering and explained about the activities of the trust. VVCT is stepping into the 15th year and has helped the society mainly in education and healthcare. A very successful initiative of this trust was KMC Medical card to more than 11,000 families which has been very helpful to the society.
On this occasion, the trust expressed gratitude to Dr. Ramadas Pai, Dr. Ranjan Pai, T Mohandas Pai, T Ashok Pai and Dr TMA Pai Foundation Manipal for their continuous support in the health-card scheme.
On this occasion, Sri Dinkar Kamath, retired Syndicate Bank Employee donated Rs. 1 Lakh towards scholarship looking at the activities of the trust. Sri Nagesh Pai delivered the vote of thanks.

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