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St Xavier’s College wins Insignia 4.0

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The fourth edition of Insignia 4.0, a National level inter-collegiate event was organised by the department of commerce, Rosary College of Commerce and Arts, Navelim. The aim of the event was to give undergraduate commerce students a platform to exhibit their talents.

The event was inaugurated by principal of MES College of Arts and Commerce, RB Patil; principal, Rosary College of Commerce and Arts, Fr Simao Diniz; vice principal, Helic Barreto; head of commerce department, Juao Costa; event coordinator, Jonlen DeSa and student event coordinator, Prajna Shanbagh.

In his address RB Patil elaborated on the positives of participating in events, such as spotting opportunities for themselves.

Participating colleges were St Xavier’s College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Mapusa; Shree Damodar College of Commerce and Economics, Margao; Narayan Zantye College of Commerce, Bicholim; Sridora Caculo College of Commerce and Management Studies, Mapusa; Fr Agnel College of Arts and Commerce, Pilar; Government College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Quepem; Carmel College of Arts, Science and Commerce for Women, Nuvem; Cuncolim Educational Society’s College of Arts and Commerce, Cuncolim and Gogate Jogalekar College, Ratnagiri.

Insignia 4.0 had 10 competitions, namely, Charisma, Start Smart, Beyond Van and Canter, Facts and Figures, Happy Feet, Thing Big, I-Design, Ad-Selfie, Make Over and Splash of Colours.

Chief guest for the valedictory function was managing director of Quadros Suzuki Private Limited, Evencio Quadros. In his address Quadros congratulated students for their participation and team spirit, and highlighted on the employment scenario in the state of Goa and said students should possess good attitude and develop skills to become more employable.

St Xavier’s College, Mapusa was awarded a cash prize of `15,000 and a trophy; first runners-up, Narayan Zantye College of Commerce, Bicholim was awarded `12,000 and a trophy, and second runners-up, Sridora Caculo College of Commerce and Management Studies, Mapusa was awarded `10,000 and a trophy.

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