Mangaluru: The inaugural program of the 34th batch of BHMS course was held on 16 September in the college auditorium.
The program began with the prayer of the Almighty beginning with a meaningful prayer song. FR Roshan Crusta, the Administrator of Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College, Hospital and HPD, welcomed the gathering and introduced Father Dionysius Vaz S. J. Rector, Chief Guest of St. Aloysius College.
Fr Dionysius Vaz S J symbolically inaugurated the 34th batch of BHMS course by lighting a lamp with dignitaries from S Abhineshwan and Anna Johnson of the 34th batch, and with student representatives.
Father Dionysius Vaz S J, in his inaugural address, congratulated the freshers for choosing this prestigious institution. He emphasized that intelligence and character are the real goals of education which are necessary for the overall development of a student. To turn dreams into reality, one must think, learn, grow and achieve intellectually to face the challenges of the world.
Father Richard Coello, director of Father Muller Charitable Institutions, presented a memento to Father Dionysius Vaja SJ.
Fr Richard Coelho inspired and addressed the gathering with his presidential address saying, “Homeopathy is gaining momentum in India and for the last 22 years the college has been imparting homoeopathic education, including bringing in competent homoeopaths globally Along with values, the budding homoeopath must be committed. Respect mankind and provide humility to the needy. “
The principal of Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College, Dr Shivprasad proposed a vote of thanks. The formal inauguration program concluded with the institution anthem.
Subsequently, a parent-teacher students meeting was held. The freshers introduced themselves. Dr ESJ Prabhu Kiran, Vice Principal submitted the academic report. Dr Shivprasad gave information about the rules and regulations of the college. Dr Details of logging in and accessing MIS (Management Information System) were explained and demonstrated by Joseph Thomas.
The event concluded after mentors’ conversations with parents and freshers. Dr Jolly D’Mello composed the program.