Mangaluru, Jul 20: The valedictory function of Internship programme for the year 2019, organised by Marian Projects Pvt Ltd in association with Association of Consulting Civil Engineering (India) Mangaluru center, was held at Marian Park in Nanthoor on Saturday, July 20.

Addressing the gathering national vice president (South) Association of Consulting Civil Engineering Mangaluru centre, Vijaya Vishnu Mayya said, “Civil Engineering is a great pride and one should take this pride forward. Life is nothing without challenges and difficulties as you are born to face them. Pray to God to give you all the strength to face difficulties and challenges. The rate of success is not measured how high you go, but how well you bounce back when you fall down. Defeat is not when you lose, but when you refuse to move forward. Work hard to be successful, and do not regret about your past and be scared of tomorrow. Be ready to face anything that comes your way.”


Engineer Anil Baliga said, “I congratulate Ujjwal D’Souza for conducting this programme and executing it beautifully. Earlier, there were no such programmes. But today, it has become a part of your curriculum. Through this you will gain confidence and do better.”

Chairman of Association of Consulting Civil Engineering Mangaluru centre Arun Prabha said, “This is the best place possible to do your internship. Now it is up to you to choose proper career. Choose what you want and satisfy yourself the most.”

Director of operations of Marian Projects Pvt Ltd, Ujwal D’Souza welcomed the gathering.

Engineer Anil Sebastian was also present.

The internship programme was conducted for young budding civil engineers from July 8 to 20. Total of 60 students from different colleges of Mangaluru, Udupi and Tumkuru took part in the internship programme. During this programme, various resource persons were invited who delivered lectures on safety, budget, project management, pile foundations, purchase functions, total station survey, site visit, plumbing, rain water harvesting and many more.

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