Mayor Stresses Importance of Developing a Reading Habit

Published: 16th March 2015 06:09 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th March 2015 06:09 AM   |  A+A-


CHENNAI: Guru Nanak College celebrated its annual day on March 14 at the Guru Ramdas Hall.

Chennai’s mayor Saidai Samiyappan Duraisamy was the chief guest. The welcome address and council report were delivered by S Manikandan, vice president, Students’ Council.  T K Avvaikothai, staff advisor, Women Students’ Forum, welcomed the chief guest.

Principal Selvaraj spoke about the college’s achievements. Duraisamy spoke to students about planning for their future and gave them tips on preparing for competitive exams such as IAS, IPS, IRS and TNPSC. He advised them to develop the habit of reading books and newspapers for all-round development.

Proficiency and appreciation prizes were distributed during the function and the best outgoing student’s award for undergraduate and postgraduate students were presented by Duraisamy. 

L R S Kalanidhi, staff advisor, Fine Arts Association, proposed a vote of thanks. The function came to an end with the singing of the national anthem.

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