LEAD valedictory Bijapur 2012

LEAD Bijapur celebrated its first annual ceremony “LEAD BijapurValedictory 2010”.
Dr. Geetha Bali – Vice Chancellor, KSWU; Professor Sateesh S. Jigjini – Vice Chancellor, BLDE University; Mr. Naveen Jha, – Director, Dehpande Foundation; and Dr. Arwikar – Principal, Dr. P.G.H. Engineering College honored the LEAD Bijapur Valedictory ceremony as chief guests. Professor Geetha Bali encouraged young girls to utilize LEAD in making changes in the society. It was an event to felicitate the best leaders, a time to remember the best moments, and an occasion to network with the people for all the invitees and LEAD students.

LEADer givingb a momento to Prof. Geetha Bali

Students from almost all the colleges of Bijapur and faculties participated in this program, held in the S.B. Hall at BLDEA’s Dr. PGH Engineering College, on 28 April. All the LEADers showcased their projects in the open “LEAD project exhibition” to all the invitees and students. Four LEADers were awarded by the main guests on this event for their achievements and creative initiatives.

Shashank receiving best event award from geetha baliMr. Shashank from Chetana Education Society
was awarded “Best event of the year” for his achievements conducting a three days recreation activity like dance, drama, motivational videos with the prisoners of district jail, Bijapur so that they can try to rectify their mistakes and work sincerely in the favor of society.


Sachin G. receiving award from Naveen jha at lead valedictory,bijapurMr. Sachin Gadashetty from SECAB Engineering college was awarded  “Best Booming Leader”. He has done two projects, a “Mega-blood donation and eye donation registration camp” in his college and “Fitting metal plates around coconut trees to protect them from squirrels”, which saved around 600 coconut fruits.

Veeresh Thalange receiving award+from Dr.Satish s+jigjini, vc,BLDE universityMr. Veeresh Thalange from KCP science and SB Arts College was awarded “Best project”. He taught general English and etiquette to 60 kids of Takki-situated juvenile home, where he took 30 days teaching special classes to kids.

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