Inauguration of 33rd Batch of BHMS (Homoeopathy) course 2017-18 at Father Muller’s, Deralakatte

Diocese Of Mangalore

Mr Ashok H, Reproductive and Child Health Officer, Dakshina Kannada was the Chief Guest of the day. In his address said “Students should have dedication and service along with research as their main goal in life. They should not be after money or fame but should work hard and give their service to the society”.


Rev Fr Richard Coelho, Director, FMCI in his presidential address made students aware of the greatness of Father Muller Institution and contribution to society through the ministry of healing and education and called students to aim for research.

Rev. Fr Vincent Saldanha, Administrator in his message congratulated the students for choosing this institution by choice and not by chance.

Mr Satish responded on behalf of all the parents of new batch and expressed that he is happy for placing his daughter for the course at FMCI.

Rev Fr Sylvester Lobo - Asst. Administrator, Rev Fr Peter Noronha - Former Director, Dr Girish Navada Deputy Medical Superintendent and faculty members were present.

Dr Prabhu Kiran, Vice Principal delivered the Vote of thanks. Dr Shivaprasad K, Principal welcomed the gathering.


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