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Humanity should be the first religion of man – Yadapaditya

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Belthangady:Before achieving anything we must become human, humanity must be man’s first religion. The chancellor of Mangalore University, Dr P. Subrahmanya Yadapadithaya relived his graduation days.

Mr. Dh. Mon. In the Indraprastha hall of the college, on behalf of the senior student association of the college, S.D.M. Speaking at the senior students’ dialogue program of the college, which was held under the name of “Umminangala”, he said that we should develop a personality to stand with the most marginalized people in the society and make it a habit to extend a helping hand to others.

He continued to speak, learning is the water that flows throughout life, the newspaper is an opportunity to learn something new and we should make good use of it. SDM organization and Dharamsthala have taught me that we should learn to stand with those in need when we are in a position of authority, which is a weapon and a science for me.

In those days, the poverty at home was my share, education in Kannada language was my strength, rural environment, life values ​​and rituals learned in high school, pre-graduation and graduation were the foundations of my personality development. A new change adopted in life should move towards good.

We should not be part of the problem but be the solution. He told the students that they should treat everyone as brothers and not develop hatred. College Principal Dr. A. Jayakumar Shetty gave introductory remarks. He said that this program has been started with the intention that the path taken in the past should be reflected so that the future path will be smooth.

Senior Student Union President Pitambara Heraje is a graduate college graduate student of Second B.A. He wished Varun an incentive. The program was welcomed by Pitambara Heraje, Secretary of the Senior Students Association and lawyer V. K. Dhananjay Vandisi, Dr. Narrated by BA Kumar Hegde. Graduate students of the college were present in the program.



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