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Product Launch @ Darshan College
In the words of Winston Churchill, “Without tradition, art is a flock of sheep without a shepherd. Without innovation, it is a corpse.” Innovation is a change that unlocks new values as it distinguishes between a leader and a follower. With a spirit of product innovation and technological leadership Darshanites were passionate and depicted their originality and creativity through the platform in the name of Product Launch. Since this is the technology driven era, the Participants focused on innovation of the products with latest technology as it is the specific instrument of entrepreneurship. New Product innovation is the act that endows resources with a new capacity to create wealth. The Participants exhibited their motto of Service to the society through their distinct products.
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SNEHA JYOTHI VIDYALAYA : FAREWELL PROGRAM
The farewell ceremony was organised by the staff and students on Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya on 9-3-19 to bid farewell to the outgoing students of 10th std. The students along with teachers were grandly escorted by the school band. The event took an opening with a soulful prayer dance, soon after that students were welcomed to the stage by the headmaster and the gifts were given away as a token of love. Headmaster shared his feelings on the special occasion and wished best of luck to the outgoing students. Students from primary and high school mesmerized one and all with amazing dance performances. Vijay (S P L) shared his memorable experience in Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya. Eventually the program was concluded with vote of thanks presented by Mantesh. The event was followed up by special dinner arranged for students, parents and staff.
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Flower Decoration and Vegetable Carving @ Darshan College
‘Education is not the learning of many facts but the training of the mind to think’ - Albert Einstein. Creativity is a wild mind and a disciplined eye. It is an intelligence having fun. Darshanites showcased creativity, aesthetic sense and their innate abilities in ikebana (Flower arrangement and decoration) and Mukimono (the art of fruit and vegetable carving). The participants used different combinations of flowers and fruits and veggies to present their artistic skills. It was a fine-tuned display of creativity, symmetry and blend of colors. The students enthusiastically took part in the competition and their knowledge about the flowers, vegetables and fruits used were incredible. The event redefined everyone’s imaginations.
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Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya Pothnal : Science Fest 2019
Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya hosted the science fest 2019 on 28-02-19 under the incharge of Headmaster and science teachers of the school. At on the set the event took a start up with the stage program which had welcoming of chief guests and science fest inaugural which was beautifully done with flour mill machine. The chief guests on the occasion were Rev.Fr William Prabhu, Sr. Martha, Mr.Ravi (Science Tr GHS School) and Sr.Martha. Headmaster addressed the gathering and explained the importance of science to all, Mr.Ravi also shared his amazing thoughts on the subject. Students presented variety of science models based on Agriculture Irrigation, wind energy, life processes, kinetic energy etc. Students from Govt. School and Vidyabharthi attended the science fest with great interest.
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Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya : Headmaster’s birthday celebration
Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya celebrated the birthday of beloved headmaster Rev. Fr. Dominic on 26-3-19. It was a joyful occasion where the birthday celebrant was grandly escorted with the school band and the auspicious aarathi. The event took an opening with a soulful prayer dance. Delicious cake cutting ceremony was done along with the wishing song, soon after that the headmaster was honoured by the Asst. Headmaster and the teachers. The management of Global public school also honoured the HM and expressed their love. Words of appreciation was presented by Rev. Fr. Sunil, the next up was the dance performance of students which added the utmost energy to the event at the end Fr. Dominic shared his feelings and expressed his gratitude, special lunch was arranged to the staff and students by the Management and the event took the wind up.
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Inter-collegiate Taekwondo Championship @ Darshan College
‘Be strong when you are weak, brave when you are scared, and humble when you are victorious’. It was a day for Taekwondo organized by Darshan College for Bangalore University under the able leadership of Prof. Srinidhi Siddharth, Director of Physical Education. The eminent personalities who gave a start to the event were Dr. Lingaraju, Director of Physical Education, Bangalore University; Mr. B. L. N. Murthy, Asian Games Medalist, Indian Taekwondo Team Coach along with Dr. Basavaiah, DPE, GFGC Yediyur, Mr. Rudhresh and Mr. Girish Gowda. Participants from various colleges competed under various categories and displayed their proficiency in taekwondo techniques. Kristu Jayanti College, Bangalore emerged as the overall champions. ‘Don’t do a technique 5 times and wait for the instructor to tell you what’s next; do the technique 500 times and wait for the instructor to tell you to stop.
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Valedictory Function @ St Francis of Assisi School
Deep in the Earth’s Crust I found you,
Wrapped with clusters of talents and skills within you,
You were the precious diamond, the world never knew,
As time passed, knowledge enlightened in you as you grew,
Sparkle brightly like sapphire blue,
These are our wishes and blessings to you.

The 46 out-going class X students of St. Francis of Assisi school were overwhelmed with emotions of sorrow and unhappiness to depart from Alma Mater. On February, 2nd 2019, a fabulous farewell was organised to these diamonds of our school. Rev. Fr. Ajit Rodrigues OFM Cap., Japan Missionary, the chief guest, Fr. RaviRajesh OFM Cap., Vice Principal of Trinity School, Udupi, the guest of honour, Fr. Arun Lobo OFM Cap., the president of the Valedictory function along with 46 outgoing students were set a red carpet welcome to the dais with the school band . A warm welcome was highly extended to the children by blasting paper crackers and presenting a memento with a flower as a mark of love and salutations. Assisi choir invoked Lord’s blessings upon the programme through their devotional prayer song.
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Winter Camp @ Assisi, Chikodi
St Francis of Assisi school organized three days camp for V to IX standard students. St Vincent De Paul brothers from Kengeri, Bangalore were the resource persons. Variety of activities and games were conducted in order to develop and build in children team spirit, unity, leadership qualities, self-confidence and universal values. ‘Life is beautiful, it is worth living, we need to live fully and have to enjoy every moment of our life,’ was highlighted through the camp. 132 students participated and were divided into four groups, they were given group and individual tasks, to unveil the hidden talents, creativity and potentiality that is underlying in them. Children enjoyed and learnt lots of lessons to their life.
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Sports and Athletic Meet @ Darshan College
‘Victory is in the quality of the competition and not the final score’ – Mike Marshall. After a day of all intramural sports competitions between students of various semesters of B.Com, BCA and BBA, a day was set apart for Darshan Athletic Summit. Mr. Ganga Raju, Kengeri BJP Leader and Mr. Sunil were the chief guests for the event. All the students enthusiastically took part in the Athletic competitions such as track events, shot put, discus throw etc. The faculty members too joined the fun array of sports day, participating in some specific events organized for them. Sports builds character, it teaches to play by the rules, it teaches to know what it feels to win and lose, it teaches about life.
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You can heal yourself @Assisi, Chikodi
An educational session was conducted by the inspirational speaker, Dr. Rajendra Sallagare on adolescence and challenges faced by the teenagers in their life. A survey test was conducted previously to the classes of VIII, IX and X. Calculating and aggregating the survey result, an educational seminar was organised by doctor. Brain controls all the functions of the body, it’s up to individuals, how to respond to the information’s received. Managing Stress, anxiety, depression and living healthy, apart from hobbies, setting and accomplishing ones professional career goal, cultivating good human mannerisms in society, building and enjoying with the good peer group, focussing on studies rather than indulging oneself in fights and relationships, understanding the biological stages of life and maintaining related distance from unhealthy habits, to overcome fear by facing life bravely to step the stone of success. These were some of the best points highlighted in the two hours session.
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Traditional Day @ Assisi School, Chikodi
St. Francis of Assisi School celebrated the traditional day on 20th February, 2019 in the school campus. This was observed as a celebration of India’s diverse culture. It was a day designated for the students to come in traditional attire from their home. The students from I to IX standard came dressed in their best ethnic attires and looked simply amazing as they collectively displayed an array of colours that reflected the diversity of India. Everyone displayed their various cultures by dressing their best which was a colorful treat to the eyes in itself. Lots of pictures were clicked by everyone to create memories of this beautiful day.
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PARENTS MEET @ ASSISI SCHOOL, CHIKODI
St. Francis of Assisi School, organized parents meeting for parents of I to VII standard students, on 7th February, 2019. Rev Dr Fr Baptist Rodrigues OFM Cap., was the resource person. He enlightened on the importance of education in the today’s world. Further he spoke, role of the parents in the education of their children. The survey which was conducted in many of the schools on various expectations of children about their parents was communicated to them; it was really a heart touching one. After the talk, good many parents clarified some of their doubts with regards to education of their children. The presentation, mastery over the subject, communication skills of resource person were highly appreciated by the parents. After this, principal placed before them the future plans and asked for their generous support and co-operation to carry out the upcoming endevours.
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ASP Workshop @ Darshan College
‘The capacity to learn is a gift; the ability to learn is a skill; the willingness to learn is a choice’ - Brian Herbert. Darshan College, Department of BCA had organized two days workshop on ‘Asp.Net’ for I, II, III-year BCA students. The objective of the workshop was to make participants to develop Web applications on their own and to train them to use Visual Studio as IDE, to promote students’ technical career towards the new technological developments that happen in the industry. The workshop gave an opportunity to the BCA students to broaden technical knowledge with the latest trends in computer technology. Prof. Jayashree M. Kudari had been the resource person for the workshop. Total 45 students had participated in workshop. If you are not willing to learn no one can help you, but if you are determined to learn no one can stop you. Truly, Curiosity is the wick in the candle of learning.
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AN AWARENESS TALK ON CHILD ABUSE AND HYGIENE : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
A talk on ‘Child Abuse and Hygiene’ was conducted on February 20, 2019 at Trinity Central School by the members of Manipal College of Nursing, Manipal. The team brought an awareness to the students of Grade 5 about child abuse and tips for personal hygiene. The trainers had very attractive power points and short movies with information about good touch and bad touch, tips on hand washing, personal cleanliness etc. It was a very informative talk for the students as it brought awareness about various diseases caused due to unhygienic ways, as well as how one has to be cautious while dealing with others. Overall it was an informative seminar for the holistic development of the children.
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KINDERGARTEN ACTIVITY OF FEBRUARY MONTH : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
Photo Frame and Boat Making
The tiny tots of our Nursery and LKG sections participated in the activity of preparing photo frame. The UKG students prepared boat with match sticks on Wednesday, 6/2/2019. Children were all excited and enthusiastic to create lovely photo frames and boats. Overall it was a fun loving activity.
Pink Day
Our Tiny tots at Kindergarten celebrated the ‘Pink Day’ on Wednesday 13th February 2019. Children came to the school dressed in pink and were looking like beautiful flowers in the garden of Assisi. The classrooms were also colourful and decorated with pink balloons and ribbons all over. Teachers conducted various activities to engage children on the ‘Pink Day’. It was a fun filled day as the children learnt to recognize and relate to pink colour things around them and gained a lot of knowledge.

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ADIOS : Infant Jesus School
On 15th of February IJS was organized farewell day for 10th standard students. All 10th children were looking colorful in their costumes. Morning they attended the Eucharistic mass and seek the blessings of God. Teachers and students arranged the cultural programs saying adios to the outgoing students. As a token of love and gratitude outgoing students presented Projector to the school and they also generously gave the the gifts for all the teaching and non teaching staffs. Principal spoke the final departing words with lot of wishes and good will.
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PU Annual Day Celebration @ St. Anthony’s PU College
‘Wherever you go, go with all your heart’. A day was set apart to look back and be grateful; to look ahead and be hopeful; and embrace the present with greater enthusiasm. It was not a day to bid farewell but to cherish all the beautiful memories shared together in this abode of knowledge. Prof. P. Jagajeevandas Bhandary, DDPUE, Bangalore South, was invited to be the chief guest, in the honorable presence of Rev. Fr. Denis Veigas OFM Cap. The I PU students organized a variety of cultural programs for the Seniors and their parents. Some of the II PU pupils shared a part of their wonderful reminiscence from among the vast substantial experience in the campus.
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A Soulful Tribute to the CRPF Soldiers : Infant Jesus School
February 14th was a very painful day for all the Indians as 40 CRPF Soldiers were martyred in Pulwama Kashmir. Infant Jesus school paid a heartfelt tribute to the national heroes on 18th of February at the school premises, by singing the national anthem and by lighting the lamp. Symbolic formation of CRPF was performed by the four houses of the school as last homage. Principal addressing the students said that for our tomorrow soldiers have sacrificed their today and we must values such sacrifice.
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Science Fest-2019 : Infant Jesus School
It is a rightly said “Today’s science is tomorrow’s technology”. The Science department of IJS worked on these lines to put up science exhibition on 14th February 2018. Chief Guest Mrs. Mini Thomas principal of St. Joseph’s PU college, Mr. Krishna Murthy (Chemistry Dpt) and Mr. Rudrappa Ningappa Thalvar inaugurated the exhibition. Nearly 13 government school children visited the exhibition hall, bus facilities were made on behalf of school management. Parents also witnessed the creativity of young enthusiast and returned home with pride.
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Republic Day : Infant Jesus School
Republic Day was celebrated with pomp and fare on 26th January 2019 at the school premises. All the children and staffs gathered together. Our Principal Rev. Fr. Andrew Jayaraj, hoisted the National flag. Hostel director Rev. Fr. Anil Kumar addressed the gathering saying religious tolerance is essential for national unity. Children gave beautiful performance on the theme Inter religious unity.
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Scouts and Guides Trekking : Infant Jesus School
On January 20, 2019 Scouts and Guides were taken for trekking to Rangayyan Betta, Anur. All the children enjoyed the trucking which was almost 3.5 Km. Children were give life skill training. The Principal, Vice Principal and teachers joined the hands with children and made the day very special. Teachers cooked the meal for children joyfully and all had a delicious lunch out.
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PU Annual Day Celebration @ St. Anthony’s PU College
‘Wherever you go, go with all your heart’. A day was set apart to look back and be grateful; to look ahead and be hopeful; and embrace the present with greater enthusiasm. It was not a day to bid farewell but to cherish all the beautiful memories shared together in this abode of knowledge. Prof. P. Jagajeevandas Bhandary, DDPUE, Bangalore South, was invited to be the chief guest, in the honorable presence of Rev. Fr. Denis Veigas OFM Cap. The I PU students organized a variety of cultural programs for the Seniors and their parents. Some of the II PU pupils shared a part of their wonderful reminiscence from among the vast substantial experience in the campus.
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Adieu to Grade X : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
Goodbyes are not forever, are not the end; it simply means we’ll miss until we meet again to bid adieu to the students of grade X, as they are getting ready for their ICSE board exams. The grade X students were all dressed in the Indian attire wherein the girls were sparkling with gagra choli and the boys were shining in the traditional South Indian dhothi and shirt. It was a special occasion as the grade IX students along with other students and teachers arranged a beautiful farewell programme for their seniors. The programme started with a special lunch from the school management, followed by an entertaining programme to make the day a joyous one. The SPL of the school Gamaliel Epaphroditus Samuel and best outgoing student of 2018-19 Valen Adrian Ferrao, shared about their experience at the school very touching words. A powerpoint presentation prepared by Grade IX students helped the audience to recall fond memories and made the ambience sweet. The principal of the school Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa and Administrator Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao gave away the mementos. There after the principal spoke a few words wishing the grade X batch of 2018-19 all the very best in their future endeavors.
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Handwriting is an Art!!!! : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
A workshop on Handwriting skills was conducted on Saturday for the teachers on 2nd February, 2019 in order to guide their students to write confidently and neatly in the classroom and also for home tasks. Mr. Sreeson Gopinath the handwriting expert took an hour’s session giving tips to improve children’s writing in the classroom environment. He also advised on how to achieve neater and more legible handwriting. He also focused on fine target areas to improve the appearance and the legibility of the handwriting. He also shared the tips on posture, spacing in between the letters and letter formation. It was a fruitful learning experience. We thank the management for such effective sessions.
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SNEHA JYOTHI VIDYALAYA
International Karate championship

The International Karate championship was held in Sindhanur. Students from Sneha jyothi vidyalaya participated and secured many prizes in the competition. Head master thanked Mr. Devraj (Karate coach) and gave away the medals and certificates to the students on 28-1-19 .
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SNEHA JYOTHI VIDYALAYA : 70TH REPUBLIC DAY
The 70th Republic day was joyfully celebrated in on 26-1-19 in the presence of staff, students and Management. The program started with a prayer song, Mr. Gangadhar led the auspicious flag hoisting ceremony while Rev. Fr. Sunil Carnelio ( Asst. Head master ) hoisted the beautiful Tri color flag followed by the salutation. The SDMC president Mr.Solomon shared his Republic day message and the head master addressed the gathering . Cricket matches were conducted on the special occasion. The event took an end while sweets were distributed to the students.
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NSS Special Camp by Darshanites @ Bangalore University
‘The end of all knowledge should be service to others’ – Cesar Chavez. The Darshanites with this thought, volunteered to camp at NSS Bhavan, Jnana Bharathi Campus, Bangalore. The camp was inaugurated by Prof. Dr. R Srinivas, the NSS Co-Ordinator of Bangalore University, in the presence of Sri. Sheshamurthy, Pricipal, VVN Degree College, Rev. Dr. Fr. Alwyn Dias, Director, St. Anthony’s Institutions, Rev. Fr. George, Principal of Darshan College, Prof. Dr. Manjula, the NSS Program Officer, Prof. Divyashree B L, Asst. Program Officer. Fifty NSS volunteers participated to deepen the spirit of other-orientedness. Every visit and each activity opened the minds and hearts of the students.
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Musical Talents @ Assisi School Chikodi
On 15th of December, 2018, the students of St. Francis of Assisi school celebrated the Capuchin Fete with enthusiasm and zeal. Rev. Fr. Dominic Lobo, Principal of Sneha Jyothi Vidhyalaya, Pothnal, graced the occasion with his presence. The event started with a prayer dance followed by Fancy Dress competition for the tiny tots of kindergarten. The children dressed up in their colourful costumes and spoke a few words on the character that they depicted. The efforts and hard work of children was highly appreciated and proved the purpose of competition was not only to blend learning with fun but also to develop confidence in students by giving them an opportunity to get on the stage and speak in front of the audience. Following this was a remarkable dance performance by the students of I - V.
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Plastic Free Drive ‘WALKATHON’ and Republic Day : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
In the present age specially in the last decade, plastic has affected the life on the planet earth. So to prevent the use of plastic and alert the general public of Udupi on the hazardous nature of plastic the students, staff and the PTA members actively participated in the ‘WALKATHON’ on Saturday 26th January 2019. The event started by hoisting the national flag at the Trinitorium by our principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa. Thereafter entire team of teachers with the students of grade VI to IX and PTA members started their walk with the banners such as “No Plastic” & ‘Plastic free Udupi’. The very enthusiastic group of students shouting the slogans from Gundibail walked thro ugh Kalsanka, City bus stand, Service bus stand and concluded their walkathon on the grounds of the Mother of Sorrows Church Udupi.
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Spell Bees & Quiz Champs!!! : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
The main aim of conducting the spell bee and the quiz competition is to encourage students to look beyond their textual knowledge and establish a relationship between theory and application of the concepts learnt. It is also a fun way of enriching their learning process and fostering team building. In order to realize this Inter house quiz and spell bee competitions were held on 21st & 23rd January 2019 at Trinity Central School. The inter house quiz and spell bee competitions for the students of grade VI – X & grades I – V was held on 21st and 23rd January respectively at the Trinity campus. The teams Assisi, Laverna, Greccio, Rivotorto and Spoleto participated in these competitions. The Trinitorium and the Mother Teresa hall were buzzing with cheers from enthusiastic audience and active participants. Every team tried their best to win the competition to make their team proud.
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Veggies a day, keeps the doctor away!! : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
Vegetable day was celebrated in the Kindergarten at Trinity Central School on 23rd January 2019. Children celebrated the healthy eating day with lots of vegetables. Students were taught on the importance of eating vegetables which is a requisite for healthy living. Teachers engaged the students in different fun activities as they told them interesting and simple floral stories thus encouraging the little ones on the importance of vegetables. The tiny tots learnt more about taste, smell, colour and texture of vegetables. Children and teachers sang vegetable rhymes with great zest, enthusiasm and vigour as they also had colouring activities and various hands on activities. Kids were quite thrilled and were positive on the fact that vegetables are better than junk food. It was a lot of fun on the vegetable day……!!
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Konistra: Sports meet @ St. Anthony’s PU College
Sports is the preserver of health. Every sport is a gift in itself, it depends on each individual which one we choose. It was a dream realized for the Management of St. Anthony’s Institutions in Organizing KONISTRA: An arena for Sports. A day was set aside for the Inter-School sports competitions where in Students from Schools far and wide participated in the sports events to show forth their love and determination in sports. Kabaddi and Throw-ball competitions were held for boys and girls respectively. It was pleasant sight for the eyes as the participants as teams, put out their heart and soul to gain victory. All praise to Prof. Srinidhi Siddarth, Director of Physical Education, and Prof. Rudraradya, St. Anthony’s PU College who organized the event in shipshape and Bristol fashion. Prof. Ambarish, Department of Kannada, encouraged and delighted everyone with his vociferous commentary. Sports unites everyone without any distinction.
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He is born in a Manger, Come lets adore and sing him glory : Assisi School Chikodi
Illuminated with sparks of joy and happiness St.Francis of Assisi school celebrated and proclaimed the birth of Jesus Christ to the Brethren on the Christmas event. The campus reflected by the presence of Rev.Fr John Bosco Gonsalves OFM Cap., the Chief Guest of the day and Rev.Fr. Royston D’souza OFM Cap., Principal of St.Clare School Akulto, Nagaland. Christmas is a season enfolded with the packages of love, joy, peace, happiness and sharing, these valuable treasures enrichour life to eternity was the thought emphasized by the Rev. Fr.John Bosco Gonsalves, in his Christmas message. Assisi students joined the chorus and sang the praises by participating in the angelic carol competition held for the Assisi squads.Dazzling Tableau on birth of Christ, evoked the glimpses of our saviour. Students glamoursly presented themselves on red attire and happily tapped their feet with Santa.Delicious sweets at the end of programme added to the joy of the celebration.
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Annual Day : Infant Jesus School
The ambience of Infant Jesus School looked very colorful on 21st December as it attracted a uge number of audience for the annual day celebration held at the school campus with a meaningful theme ‘Vaividhya’ 2018. The talented student of IJS their beaming with confidence has they had put in a lot of efforts with a month of the practice. The celebration kicked off when the clock struck 4 PM. The school band led the honorable dignitaries to the well-decorated dais with the great respect the angelic choir of IJS sang praises to the almighty God and the invoked his choicest blessing with their melodious voices. Rev.fr. Amar greeted the audience with his sweet words of welcome, Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias OFM CAP the executive secretary of capuchin education board (C.E.B) was the honorable president of the function. Mr. Venkataramu KES was the chief guest, Mr. Micheal Baptist MD Waterjet Engineers Rev.Fr. Rayappa Deepak the superior of Infant Jesus Nivas, Mr.Chandregowda the president of village panchayath, Mugthihalli was the guest of honor.
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School Excursion : Infant Jesus School
It is said by experience that ‘Learning does not take place only within the four walls of the classroom but also outside of it. To facilitate the children to learn better and keeping in mind the other dimension of learning through visits to the historical places, Infant Jesus School organized educational excursion to the tourist spots of North Karnataka on 4th and 5th November. We were very fortunate to visit the places of karnataka’s cultural heritage and archeological legacy in Badami, Ihole, pattadakallu, Hampi, Hospet etc. It was a fun filled tour as the students made the most of this opportunity to widen their horizon of knowledge. As we returned on the morning of 6th November there was contentment in our hearts and smiles on our faces having celebrated our life together as one family.
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Sports Day @ Infant Jesus School
As the age old proverbs goes ‘All work and no play makes jack a dull boy, the Infant Jesus school had organized intramural sports day. It was a wonderful opportunity for the students to showcase their talents and abilities in the area of sports. In fact the students participated with extraordinary energy and enthusiasm both in the indoor and outdoor games making the best use of opportunities. To win prizes for themselves and their teams. Mr Nataraj MD Water Jet Engineers presided over inaugural function of the sports day. In this presidential address said ‘Student life is for integral growth of every individual and sports plays a very crucial role in achieving that purpose. It was a treat for the eyes to see our students excel in ports as well. Eventually the ‘Purple group’ as the champions of the present academic year. Our proud parent Mr Deepak Tukaram National level Wrestling Champion was felicitated by the school management.
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Children's Day @ Infant Jesus School
In the entire academic year the most favorite day for all the students is; Children’s day. The down of November 14th brought an extra ounce of cheer and enthusiasm in the students of Infant Jesus School as the management and the staffs left no stone understand to make this celebration beautiful for the children in every possible way. On this special day in the morning, the teachers themselves conducted the assembly, played the band set, sang the prayer song and the anthem and organized so many games and activities which thrilled the children the most. In the afternoon all the children were served the delicious vegetarian meal which they all enjoyed. After which the staff members put up a fun-filled cultural program. It was very rare spectacle for the students to watch their teachers dancing, singing and acting. In the end it was the scintillating group dance of all the 40 staff and non staff members shaking their hands and legs to the rocking tune of ‘Om Shanthi Om’ left the children thoroughly entertained.
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‘ANGELS IN WHITE’-WHITE DAY CELEBRATION : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
We began this New Year with a positive note by celebrating the ‘White Day’ for the Kindergarten kids on Wednesday 9th January 2019. Little ones wore white coloured clothes and were dazzling with beauty as they were shining like little cherubim’s. Special and interesting activities were organized by their class teachers to understand the colour concepts. As a result, children from the Nursery, LKG and the UKG were involved in creative activities like drawing and colouring snowman, ice-cream, preparing paper flowers, decorating sheep silhouette etc. Each child had a takeaway white flower in their hand as they left school. Various fun games, rhymes were taught to keep the students engaged. It was an enjoyable ‘White Day’ at school.
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Assisi Alumni Association @ Assisi School Chikodi
Assisi Alumni Association, an eminent and proud wing of St. Francis of Assisi School started its operation on 9th of November 2018, with the co-operation of Rev. Fr. Jeson Fernandes, the Principal and staff. Rev. Fr. Arun Lobo, the chief guest inaugurated the Association. Master. Vinit welcomed everybody for this gathering. The presence of the total strength of the faculty members of Assisi School was a real boost for alumni meet. The inauguration function started with the lighting of the lamp and bursting of a fire cracker by the chief guest and Alumni on the dais. Thereafter, chief guest highlighted the importance of alumni network in one’s journey of life. It was a great moment for the teachers to meet Alumnae of the school. This meet helped the alumnae to share their experience in the corporate world. The participation of the members was exemplary.
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Christmas and New Year Celebration @ St. Anthony’s Institutions
‘No one has become poor by giving’ – Anne Frank. Christmas reminds us of God giving himself selflessly to the humanity. To Celebrate and to share the joy of Christmas, Christmas celebration was held in St. Anthony’s College. Spirit of Christmas reminded everyone that we should not be blinded by hatred, violence and injustice but rather be radiant with love, peace, joy and happiness. The Christ-event was enacted through music, carols, dance and tableau which gave an expression to the human values of caring, sharing and spreading the goodness and kindness. The Chief Guest Rev. Fr. Alex Daniel, OFM Cap., Parish Priest, St. Anthony’s Church Gangondanahalli shared an inspiring Christmas message. As God the Father gave his only son to the humanity so also, we are called to give ourselves to each other. Giving gifts is an easy task, but giving oneself to the needs of others is a great sacrifice.
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Annual Athletic Meet @ St. Anthony’s PU College.
‘The True competitors are the ones who always play to win’ – Tom Brady. Sports helps one to stay healthy and fit. With an intention to build good sportsmanship among students St. Anthony’s PU College organized inter-mural competitions in Volleyball, Kabaddi, Cricket, Kho-Kho, Chess for boys and Throw-ball, badminton, Kho-Kho, and Chess for girls. After manoeuvring the team spirit among students, a day was dedicated to excel and exhibit their athletic spirit. Mr. Sunil Hanumanthappa, National Level Kabaddi Player was invited to be the Chief Guest. The booming sound of the College Band, the colourful and orderly parade and march-past by the students added glimmer to the celebration.
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PRIZE DISTRIBUTION CEREMONY AND CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
Success is not something that can be achieved over night. It demands rigorous hard work, strong determination, utmost dedication and an undying attitude. We at Trinity encourage and believe that every child is unique. And hence to mark and appreciate their hard work the winning students who participated in various extra-curricular activities held during the Academic Year 2018-2019 were awarded with certificates and prizes. Students of Nursery to Grade II, were given their prizes on 20th December, as K Abdullah, PTA Member gave away the prizes and certificates and encouraged the little ones. On 21st December, 2018, students had various competitions on the occasion of Christmas as the grade 1 & 2 prepared Christmas Greetings, Grades 3 to 5 Bells Making and Grades 6 to 10, Star Making Competitions. Students show cased their talents and creativity at their craft work and made colourful Stars, Bells and Cards to make the Christmas Celebrations a grand one.
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Grand Decennial Celebrations at Trinity Central School, Perampally
The story of Trinity Central School Perampally, from its humble beginning with a handful group of students to a well known institution today, is a long journey where the students, parents and faculty who believed in the Capuchin fathers for their dedication and perseverance, and who in turn achieved their ideals of empowering the young generation through education and extended their service to all by providing a holistic excellence. The school which was established in 2009, created the new landmark in the history of the Capuchin friars as it was their first ICSE School at Udupi district having the name Trinity Central School. The Capuchin fathers who were committed missionaries driven by the passion to bring out the best from the present generation through their school ministry have come a long way since then. As a result, the school has secured a place of joy and pride in the hearts of the people in Udupi district on the whole.
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KINDERGARTEN ACTIVITY ON DECEMBER MONTH : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
FUN WITH COLOURFUL BALLOONS
Our toddlers at the kindergarten had a fun activity with balloons on 4th December 2018. All the children were fascinated to see colourful balloons in their classes. Teachers by making use of balloons organized various fun activities like blowing, catching, printing and bursting the balloons along with fun games like running and picking balloons. Children had lot of fun and enjoyed the day.
ORANGE DAY AT KINDERGARTEN

Students at the Kindergarten celebrated the 'Orange Day' on 19th December, 2018. The Tiny tots wore orange dresses to make the celebration ‘orangish’. Classrooms were decked with orange balloons and students participated enthusiastically in various activities like drawing sunflower, colouring orange, lollipop and tree, palm printing and thumb printing on the chart paper etc.
Thus students explored the orange colour everywhere and enjoyed their orange day.

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Bright Lights @ Assisi Chikodi
At eve Diwali was celebrated in the Assisi campus on 10th November 2018. For children Diya and Rangoli competitions were conducted in the school. Mr. S B Bhiste, Senior Manager, Karnataka VikasGrameena Bank was the chief guest of the evening function, he voiced out in his speech that one has to sparkle in the lives of others, as light burns for other, the crackers burst and give joy to others, so one is called to do the same. Parents and students appreciated the dances of Assisi kids through their round of applause. The eagerly awaited moment dawned as students marched forward class wise to burst the crackers. Everybody raised their eyes as diverse colours spread the blue skyas little twin.
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Banking Certificate Course @ Darshan College
The Ladder of Success is best climbed by stepping on the rungs of opportunities. With the positive vibes of achieving success in the field of education, Our Institution along with the collaboration of INFINITY IDEAZ grabbed an opportunity to conduct a course on Professional Diploma in Commercial Banking. The Duration of the Course was 40 hours covering the wide range of areas in the field of banking. The Participants benefitted greatly in gaining an extensive knowledge of banking sector equipped with technical skills needed to take up topics of research in finance and banking in future. An investment in knowledge pays a best interest.
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A Day spent in an Orphanage by Darshanites
‘Not Me but You’ with this inspirational motto of National Service Scheme (NSS), the Darshanites volunteered themselves to visit an orphanage in Rajarajeshwarinagar. The team was headed by Prof. Dr. Manjula, the NSS Coordinator, Prof. Divyashree, the Camp Organizer, Prof. Ambarish with the support of Rev. Fr. George Monis, the Principal of Darshan College. Our students were lucky to get an opportunity to visit an Orphanage named Srushti Trust (shelter home for orphans). The children of Srushti Trust were very pleasant to receive the volunteers with a huge smile on their faces. Our students conducted games, entertained the kids and also engaged them in dances and dramas and distributed the prizes. Our team spent over 3 hours with the children before saying goodbye.
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CHILDREN’S DAY @ ASSISI, CHIKODI
Each child that born conveys that “GOD STILL LOVES THE WORLD”. It’s our duty and responsibility to keep each child happy and grow in a right direction to take care of the future life. So St. France of Assisi School always strives to keep the children on move towards progressive development of children. So, at our school the tone of the celebration started with HAPPY CHILDREN’S DAY. Children were overwhelmed with the presence of distinguish guests from France, Mr. Daniel, Mr. Marcel, Mrs. Benedicta and Mrs. Lucy. Mr. Daniel in his speech called all children to enjoy their childhood to the full. A thunder of claps echoed in the Assisi campus as teachers presented their creative programme items on the stage.
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War of the Wits @ St. Anthony’s PU College
The Pursuit of Knowledge is never ending. The day you stop seeking knowledge is the day you stop growing. With a specific intent to better the minds of the Students with General Knowledge, St. Anthony’s management organised Quiz competition. The response was so immense that 96 teams of two each enrolled their names. After 3 prelims, six teams were chosen for the finals. In a nail-biting contest Students Lerroy Calvin and Rithik Marian drifted to the top of the score-board. The questions were so framed that it kept even the audience drill their minds for answers. For about more than two hours all were on their toes to see who would give the right answers. It confirmed the fact that Curiosity and Knowledge grow together; the more we know, the more we want to know.
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DECENNIAL ANNUAL SPORTS MEET - 2018 : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
As it is rightly said, “Winning is not everything but wanting to win is”, the most awaited Decennial Annual Sports meet was held on Thursday, the 23rd November, 2018 for the students of Grade III to X on the grounds of Trinity Central School. The formal programme commenced with a prayer song seeking God’s blessings on all the participants, after which welcome note was delivered by Master Aaron from Grade X. The Chief Guest for the sports meet were Mr. Raymond D’Souza (Mr. World 1990 in the Body Building Championship) and Dr. Deepak Ram Bairy (Physical Education Director, Sharada Pre-University College Udupi), Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa (Principal), Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh (Treasurer & Administrator), Ms. Magdalena Lewis (Academic Co-Ordinator) & Ms. Archana Shetty (Pre-Primary Section Head) accompanied the dignitaries on the dais.
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PARENTS SPORTS MEET - 2018 : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
26th November 2018, is a red letter day in the annals of Trinity history as an excited and energetic group of parents participated in the ‘Parents Sports Meet’ held at Trinity campus. The event commenced with a formal inauguration of the Sports meet by Rev. Fr. Anil D’Souza, Parish Priest of our Lady of Fathima Church, Perampalli, who was the chief guest of the day. He was accompanied by Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa Principal, Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao, the Administrator, Ms. Magdelina Lewis, the Academic Co-ordinator and Ms. Archana Shetty, the Pre-Primary Section Head. As Trinity Central School is on the threshold of celebrating its decennial year, enthusiastic set of parents participated joyfully marching to the rhythmic beats as well as lighting the torch symbolizing their active participation in the events. There were various events like track events of 100mts, 200mts for both male and female besides other individual events like shot put, lemon and spoon race.
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SPORTS IN ACTION FOR THE TINY TOTS : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
Our little children from Kindergarten to Grade II were in action on Friday, the 23rd November 2018 as they had their Annual Sports Meet in Trinity Campus. The formal function began with a prayer song a welcome note from the students. The chief guest for the day was Ms.Chandini Niranjan (PTA Secretary and former athlete). The principal of our school Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa, Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh (Administrator) Ms. Magdelina Lewis (Academic Co-Ordinator) and Ms.Archana Shetty (Pre-Primary Section Head) were the dignitaries on the dais. The little ones, smartly marched to the beats of the drum, marching majestically in their coloured uniforms. The tiny tots also exhibited their skills through a drill practice. After which selected students marched in a relay procession and lit the Olympic torch as a sign of true sportsmanship.
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Sports day at Anugraha School, Bidar

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Flower Arrangement Competition @ St. Anthony’s PU College
‘Flowers have the greatest talent in converting an ordinary place into a magical palace’. Flowers whisper the beauty to the world, even as they fade, wilt and fall. In order to enhance the attitude of appreciating the beauty of flowers among students, the Management of St. Anthony’s PU College organised, flower arranging competition. The participants brought a variety of colourful and magnificent flowers, and bedecked them in attractive and awe-inspiring order. The judges adjudged the best flower arrangement among all the splendid display. The creative arrangement of flowers struck the aesthetic eyes of the jury and gained their praise. May every Student be like a flower that is unique, has its own splendid fragrance and beauty to share with the world around.
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SNEHA JYOTHI VIDYALAYA POTHNAL : ANNUAL SPORTS MEET 2018-19
The most awaited Annual sports day was held on 23-11 and 24-11 with great zeal, excitement and frolicsome atmosphere.The chief guests were Rev.Fr Anil, Rev.Fr Paul, Rev.Fr. Sathish, Sr.Martha, Sr.Apoline, Mr. Basavaraj kesari, Mr. Srinivas, Mr. Mallikarjun and other PTA members. The management of the school escorted the chief guest along with the School band , the chief guest along with the headmaster hosted the flag and also took the salute of the impressive march past of the students coupled with some string matching music by the band . The students entered the spirit of the occasion in a grand way with the Olympic torch and oath administered by the sports captains. The chief guest for the annual sports day Fr. Anil, Fr. Paul and Mr Basavraj Kesari where honored on the occasion.
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VARIOUS ACTIVITIES AND COMPETITIONS CONDUCTED IN THE KINDER GARTEN FOR TERM 1 - 2018-19 : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
1. Red day
On the 1st August our tiny tots in the Kindergarten celebrated the Red Day. Kids were looking fabulous in the red colour dress like the red roses in the garden of Trinity. They participated in various activities like the hand impression, paper collage, gift wrapper sticking, paper craft, thermo coal craft and cotton balls etc. they had a fun filled Red day at school.
2. Art and Craft
3. Test your Taste Buds
4. The tiny tots of the kindergarten were all excited to draw and colour the national flag.
5. Teacher’s Day and Show and Tell competition
6. Time for Rhymes and Action Songs at the Kinder Garten
7. Recognize the sounds in English
8. Grand Deepavali celebration and clay modeling competition
9. Children’s Day

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DISTRICT LEVEL CUBS AND BULBUL UTSAV : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
District level Cubs and Bulbul Utsav was held at Nirmala English Medium School, Brahmavar on 17th and 18th November 2018. 16 cubs and 10 bulbuls along with their cubs master and flock leaders participated in this event from Trinity Central School. There were many activities and competitions for the students in which our students came out in flying colours and secured the following prizes.
Coconut Fronds Craft - I Prize - Reevan and Sachin
Stone Art - I Prize - Likith and Abhinav
Mask Making - I Prize - Aishani and Amratha
Scare Crow - II Prize - Ifaz and Manvith
BP Drawing - II Prize - Vishwas and Rusham
It was a real life learning experience, for all the students.

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PLASTIC FREE DRIVE – PROMOTED COTTON BAGS AT UDUPI MARKET BY TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL ON 17/11/2018
A group of grade 7 students along with the teachers of Trinity Central School went for a Plastic Free Drive to the city market of Udupi to convince the vendors on the harmful effect of plastic bags and importance of cotton bags. The team began their visit from the vegetable market near Diana Circle in Udupi and then moved to the vegetable market, behind the KSRTC bus stand and lastly to the flower market behind the service bus stand of Udupi city. The students and the teachers convinced the vendors and as well as the buyers about the benefit of cotton bags in place of polythene bags. They also distributed sample cotton bags to the vendors.
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EXPLORE AND LEARN WITH EXCITING EDUCATIONAL TRIPS FOR PRIMARY STUDENTS : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
EDUCATIONAL TRIP FOR THE STUDENTS OF GRADE 1
Students of grade 1 were all awaiting for their turn for the educational trip, on 3rd October 2018. The students were accompanied by their class teachers. Students left the school premises at 9.15 am and headed to Manipal post office. Students saw the different types of letters and stamps and went around the post office observing different work units. They learnt how the post office functions especially collecting posts from different post boxes and distributing it to designated places. Students then visited the Manipal police station. The Sub Inspector welcomed the students. They took the students around the station and explained different types of weapons such as guns, rifles and pistols etc. They offered sweets to the students and thanked them for the visit.

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TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL CELEBRATED THE CHILDREN’S DAY WITH GREAT ZEAL AND FERVOR ON 14th NOVEMBER 2018
The programme commenced with a special assembly conducted by the teachers. The event started with a prayer song invoking God’s blessings on our students and children across the nation. Teachers made it a point to make children’s joy double by singing and wishing them on their day. Holy mass was also offered in giving thanks for the gift of child wood and seeking God’s choicest blessings on them. Various activities were organized involving both teachers as well as the students. The activities such as class wise quiz competitions, wealth out of waste, spot games made both teachers as well as students active and energetic. A special lunch was served on that day followed by a series of entertainment from the teachers. The cultural programme started with a dance on ‘Jimki Kamal’, a remix song on student life, followed by a drama on school life enacted by the teachers.
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LEARN AND EXPERIENCE WITH FUN FILLED EDUCATIONAL TRIPS FOR KINDER GARTEN 2018 -19: TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
NURSERY AND UKG – 1ST OCTOBER 2018
We at Trinity Central School believe that children learn for life; especially understanding the lessons outside from the normal classroom environment helps in learning better. To give them a real life exposure the children of Nursery and UKG went on an educational tour to the Post Office, Police Station and the Railway station to understand how different people and professions help us in our day to day life. Children were explained the role of a postman and a policeman and their contribution to the society. They were also able to learn new vocabulary like ‘postman’, ‘postmaster’, ‘stamp’, ‘parcels’ and above all the ‘post box’ that carries letters. Later the students visited the police station located at Manipal.

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EXCITING EDUCATIONAL TRIP FOR SECONDARY STUDENTS : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
VISIT TO PILIKULA SCIENCE CENTRE
Students of Grade 6 set out on their educational trip to Pilikula Science Centre on Friday, 26th October 2018. An enthusiastic set of students along with two accompanying teachers were eager to explore the Science Centre where they witnessed different scientific models, in depth experiments and had first hard experience of many scientific activities. It was amazing learning experience for the students as they went around the science centre, which had interactive science exhibits and many learning activities.

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National Champions of Darshan College
Talent wins games but teamwork and intelligence wins championships. The 3rd Senior National level flying tennis championship was held at Indore, Madhya Pradesh. Two students from our college Ms. Elvin Mary and Ms. I. Ankitha of III Sem B.Com along with two others represented the Karnataka women’s state team. After a nail-biting final against the home team, they emerged victorious. Darshan College is proud of the champions who through their determination and efforts have won the championship. May they grow and glow bringing laurels to the Institute and our Nation. True champion wasn’t born but trained.
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BHARATH SCOUTS AND GUIDES CAMP CONDUCTED AT TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL, PERAMPALLI
Bharath Scouts and Guides (Kallianpur Region) in association with Trinity Central School conducted two days ‘Leadership Camp and a Rally’ on 9th and 10th November 2018 at Trinity Central School, Perampalli campus. Boys and girls between the age group of 10 to 15 years, about 900 of them from around 41 schools participated in the camp held for 2 days. The camp commenced with a formal function, where Ms. Shantha V Acharya, the Chief Commissioner of Scouts and Guides Udupi District inaugurated the programme, assisted by Edwin Alva, the Vice President of Scouts and Guides, M. Madhukar, the District Physical Education Officer, Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh, the Administrator of Trinity Central School, Jyothi J Pai, the Commissioner of Guides Udupi District, Dr. Vijendra Vasant Rao, the Commissioner of Scouts Udupi District, Anand B Adiga, the Director of the Camp, Maxim D’Souza, the PTA President, Nithin Amin, the Scouts Organizer Udupi District and Suman Shekhar, the Guides Organizer Udupi District.
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FANCY DRESS COMPETITION : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
It was the most awaited event of the month as it is always a pleasure to watch the toddlers dressed up in different characters and attires. The Nursery, LKG and UKG students enthusiastically participated in the fancy dress competition held on Saturday, 3rd November 2018. It was over whelming to see the performance of the little ones. There were around 150 parents who attended the show to encourage their little ones. Our dear Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa, the Administrator Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh, the Judges Ms. Amratha Ashlesh, Sr. Benedicta Lobo, Sr. Clara, the Coordinators Ms. Magdelina Lewis, Ms. Archana Shetty, teaching and the non-teaching staff were present on the occasion. After a mesmerizing performance by the little ones and a delicious refreshment, the results were announced. Our Principal congratulated and appreciated the winners and all the participants.
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DIWALI - SPREADING LIGHT OF HAPPINESS : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
The festival of light - Diwali was celebrated with excitement at trinity central school on 5th November 2018. A special assembly was organized by the students of Grade III, highlighting the message of love, happiness and human values. Speeches were delivered by senior students on the importance of Diwali. Our Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa, the Administrator Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh, the Academic Co-ordinator Ms. Magdelina Lewis, Pre-primary Section Head Ms. Archana Shetty and Activity Co-coordinator Dr. Poornima lit the lamp as a sign of enlightenment. The staff were also asked to lit the diyas decorated on the floral carpet. After which the students were shown a video clipping depicting the importance of the day.
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Great Fun in Water Park : Assisi School Chikodi
St Francis of Assisi School organised a day outing for I to V std students to Gandharv Water Park, on 28, October 2018. 223 students were accompanied by 21 staff members for the picnic. After the prayers and blessings at 8.30am all left for Gandarv Water Park by school buses. On reaching there, had tasty breakfast and then got into water to have a great fun. Children played all water games to their heart contents. After the delicious lunch, children enjoyed the Puppet Show, Magic Show, 3d film and Dashing Cars. Trackless Train, Jumping Frog, Columbus Boat, Vortex Tunnel and Break Dance led them into lots of excitements. With lots of fresh memories, new experiences and astonishing amusement children reached Assisi school at 8.45pm.
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SCIENCE XPO 2018 @ Assisi School Chikodi; Day Two
On Second Day, St. Francis of Assisi School extended a red carpet welcome to the great young patent Scientist Mr. Resington.R, who is famous for his automation, research and known as a developer, hailing from Tuticorin, Tamilnadu. His great inventions such as Booster less Antenna at the age of 17, Electronic Wife, Escape236, RSLV (Resington Satellite Launching Vehicle),E-Control ,M-Control, Patented Mysty box, Patented Bio – Diesel, SOR (Save Our Race) are his flawless works. He was also honored by the former Prime Minister Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam for his tremendous inventions. A day seminar was conducted by the great Scientist to radiate his holistic inventions in the field of Science and Technology. Assisi family was proud to have such an inspirational figure in its greens. Students and teachers from various colleges attended a day seminar organized by the Assisi school.
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SCIENCE XPO 2018 @ Assisi School Chikodi; Day One
The atmosphere of St. Francis of Assisi school was cherished on the day of Science Xpo 2018. A day was dawned to screen the unpredictable inventions Assisians framed. The event began by asking the almighty Lords blessings through a devotional song. A great renowned Scientist of India, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam was remembered and honored by performing Pooja. To mark this day, General secretary of Chikodi Physics forum, Mr. Vishwanath. V. Koladur was called to be the chief guest. He is currently serving as a professor in Physics department at Government PU College Majalatti. Through his message, he inflated students to soar at greater heights and to be the national icons of tomorrow. The technology filled Science Xpo 2018 was inaugurated by cutting the ribbon and launching the powerful rocket by the Chief Guest.
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SNEHA JYOTHI HIGH SCHOOL JEENUR ROAD POTHNAL : FRENCH FRIENDS IN SJV POTHNAL
The vicar provincial of holy trinity province and the secretary of CEB Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias visited the school on 9-11-18 , along with him the sponsors of Vimukthi charitable trust and the founder of "Ensemble Agissions" Mr. Daniel also visited the school. Bernadette, Marshal, Lucy, Eric and Patricia took a warm welcome from the headmaster and the staff members of the school. Fr. Alwyn Dias expressed his feelings regarding education and wished good luck to the students. Lastly the headmaster thanked all the guests for their lovely gesture and time.
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Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya:
State Level Karate Championship

The state level Karate Championship was held in Banglore on 4-11-18. Sneha jyothi vidyalaya offered karate training to the interested students from the year 2017 and there were 17 students who participated in the Banglore state level Championship and secured many prizes.
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Kannada Rajyotsava Celebration @ St. Anthony’s PU College
with this burning spirit and zeal the St. Anthony’s PU community celebrated 63rd Kannada Rajyotsava. The Chief Guest for the occasion was Mr. Gopinath, Chairman of Sparsha, an Institute for all. Gracing the event by lighting the lamp, respected Chief Guest, gave a call to all that language can be upheld and protected only by education. President of the event, Rev. Dr. Fr. Alwyn Dias said that it is a celebration of every Kannadiga, who has the responsibility to keep up the purity of the language and maintain its sanctity. We should be proud about our rich heritage and not be ashamed of it, striving to keep it alive to the future generations was his call for all.
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Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya : Mehendi Competition
The Sneha jyothi vidyalaya school had organised "Mehendi" competition on 3-11-18 from 10 am to 11 am .Students from class I to X std came forward in big number to participate in the event. Students show cased their creativity by creating different designs and patterns by using Hena. The Head master praised the students for taking part and lastly congratulated the winners.
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63rd KANNADA RAJYOSTAVA CELEBRATED WITH GRANDEUR : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
Karnataka which is the culturally rich Southern State of India celebrated its 63rd Kannada Rajyotsava or Karnataka Foundation Day on 1st November 2018, we at Trinity Central School had a celebration to commemorate this joy of being Kannadigas. The day’s programme commenced with a prayer song seeking God’s blessings on our state and a warm welcome for the audience was accorded by Glestin from Grade 6. The events unfolded by lighting of the lamp. Singing Nadageethe that is Jai Bharatha Jananiya Tanujathe and a dance expressing the love of Kannadigas for their beloved state Karnataka to the tunes of ‘Huttidare Kannada Nadalli Huttabeku’ and was finally concluded by a vote of thanks. Certainly it was a day to cheer as proud Kannadigas. Jai Karnataka
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SNEHA JYOTHI HIGHS SCHOOL : P T A Meeting 02/11/2018.
The SSLC parents teachers meeting was organized on 02/11/2018. The meeting started with the welcome address by the Headmaster Fr.Dominic and a prayer led by the students Headmaster briefed the gathering about the importance of education, subsequently the subject teachers also briefed the academic performance of the students and other suggestions for the betterment of the students, the Headmaster advised the parents to take care of their children's health and asked them to avoid giving household chores, he also announced that the home time table has to be followed strictly. At the end the vote of thanks was presented by Mr. Devarayappa and the meeting look a conclusion.
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PARENT TEACHERS GATHERING : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
After the first term examination it was time to break for dasara holidays. But a day prior on 6th October 2018, Parent Teachers Gathering was organized at Trinity Central School. A motivational session on ‘positive parenting’ was organized, in which the speaker Mrs. Soujanya Shetty a noted Psychiatrist highlighted the areas of concern in bringing up children. She also directed all the young couples on how to handle their children with their needs and guide them to take proper decisions related to studies. Soon after the session Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa, the Principal spoke to the parents and highlighted the events in a sequence that will be held in 2nd Semester.
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BRAINSTORMING SESSION : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
A special brainstorming session for students from VII to X was held on 3rd October 2018. The students were divided into 8 groups of 20 each and a brilliant and a brain cracking puzzle activities were organized which made the students think ‘out of the box’. Lots of such interesting activities were conducted in order to draw a conclusion to reason logically to improve concentration and memory and to know each other. The speaker, Mr. Ravi Bhat a dynamic personality, encouraged at least one student from the group to speak about the session, after every activity.
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PATRON’S DAY CELEBRATION : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
Trinity Central School celebrated its Patron’s day on 4th October 2018. St. Francis of Assisi, who is also known as ‘Patron of Ecology’ as he loved every creature as his own brothers and sisters was honoured by the Trinitarians. On this occasion students sang the prayer song and performed tablean depicting the life of St. Francis along with short movie clippings on the life of St. Francis of Assisi. There after the Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa spoke on the significance of the day enumerating examples from the life of St. Francis of Assisi and about his simple devoted life to God. To make this occasion a special one, a delicious lunch was served to all the Trinitarians.
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GRAND PARENT’S DAY AND VALMIKI JAYANTHI CELEBRATED AT TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL ON 24TH OCTOBER 2018
Grandparents play an important role in the lives of every child. Trinity Central School celebrated ‘Grandparents Day’ on 24th October 2018. There were nearly 250 grandparents present. The Grand Parent’s Day commenced with a prayer song invoking God’s blessings on the day and on all our activities. Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa, the Principal, Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh, the Administrator, Ms. Magdelina Lewis, Guest Speaker Dr. Sneha were on the dais. The dignitaries on the dais grandparents and the doctors from MAHE were welcomed by Ms. Akshatha. As it was also a ‘Valmiki Jayanthi Day,’ Valmiki, a literary genius who had written the Ramayana, the first epic poem of India was remembered.
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National Level Seminar on Digital India @ Darshan College
India has seen a Dream of Digital India - Honorable Prime Minister Dr. Narendra Modi. A One Day National Level seminar on Digital India - Transforming in HR, Marketing and Finance was held at our Institution in association with Primax Foundation. It was aimed to provide a platform to the scholars, academicians, corporate and other stakeholders to exchange their valuable knowledge and experience with each other. The main topics which were discussed by the faculty members and students were pertaining to cyber security and cyber hygiene, digital India initiatives, E-service and M-service and digital literacy and digital locker. The Presidential Address was delivered by Prof. M. Satish Bejjihally, Honorable Principal, Vidya Sanskar Institute of Commerce and Management followed by Inaugural Address by Our Honorable Director Rev. Dr. Fr. Alwyn Dias.
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EDUCATIONAL TRIP TO UDUPI AND SALIGRAMA : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
On 11th October, 2018 the students of Grade 3 along with their teachers left the school campus at 9:15 am in the morning. They reached Doddanagudde Nursery where Mr.Nidhish the Horticulturist explained the use of plants for food, comfort and beauty. They then proceeded towards the Canara Cashew Factory at Ambagilu and learnt the different stages in preparing the cashew nuts, where nuts are cleaned and refined and packed. The group of students then left for Saligrama Sanctuary and went around the place, encountering the various animals kept at the Sanctuary. Thereafter the students visited Shivaram Karanth Theme Park Kota, and then they moved to the Divine Park Karkade Saligrama, a truly a quiet place with soothing effect to the mind, where they preach on universal religion.
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TRAINING AND CAMP FOR THE SCOUTS, GUIDES, CUBS AND BULBULS : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
An exciting two days camp was organized for the students from grade 3 to 10 at Aanejari, Kollur on 6th and 7th October 2018. 61 students along with 5 teachers and the Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’costa set out for the camp on Saturday 6th October, 2018. There were various activities designed to make every student independent and disciplined. The students reached Don Bosco School, Trasi late in the evening, where a warm welcome was given by the hostel students of Don Bosco. The students had their dinner and had a camp fire, fun and entertainment by exhibiting their talents, they also and having fun games and were off to bed. The next morning, B.P exercises were done. All faith prayer was offered to start the day followed by breakfast and a few games were conducted.
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EDUCATIONAL TRIP FOR THE STUDENTS OF GRADE 1 : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
Students of grade 1 were all awaiting for their turn for the educational trip, on 3rd October 2018. The students were accompanied by their class teachers. Students left the school premises at 9.15 am and headed to Manipal post office. Students saw the different types of letters and stamps and went around the post office observing different work units. They learnt how the post office functions especially collecting posts from different post boxes and distributing it to designated places. Students then visited the Manipal police station. The Sub Inspector welcomed the students. They took the students around the station and explained different types of weapons such as guns, rifles and pistols etc. They offered sweets to the students and thanked them for the visit.
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Pencil Sketch & Essay Writing Competitions @ Darshan College
Art is not what you see, but what you make others see – Edgar Degas. Darshan College organised pencil sketch and Essay writing competitions for which the Students took part in great number. The Students were asked to depict in sketch, the image of ‘National Poet - Kuvempu’ which was displayed. Students beautifully and artistically designed on paper the replica of the renowned poet. The topic for the Essay competition was ‘Digital India’. Digitalization is the future of India. Though it would make life easy and more comfortable, yet it has its own limitations. The Students were given an opportunity to critically analyse and pen down the pros and cons of Digital India. All students actively and enthusiastically participated in the events. Good writing is clear, concise and correct; great writing captivates, engages and motivates.
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“Visit to the new Places, being with new culture is better than reading books on them.” @ Assisi School Chikodi
High School Students of St Francis of Assisi school were taken to an excursion on 5th October, 2018 to 9th October, 2018 to the magical city of Hyderabad. 65 students and 9 teachers, together 74 members went on tour. The compartments of train were filled with the joyous laughter, melodious tunes and interesting games. Early in the morning, all reached at the Mahaveer Lodge at Kachiguda, after the breakfast, the first day, Birla Temple, Birla Museum, Art Gallery, Planetarium, Snow world, Statue of Buddha and LumbiniPark were visited.
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SEMINAR FOR GIRLS : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
Safety of our children is a major concern in our society. The Need of the Hour is to empower Women. So an awareness programme on prevention of child sexual abuse was held on 10th October 2018 at Trinity Central School. A special talk was organized in the Mother Teresa Hall by guest speaker Mrs. Asha Kiran D’Souza, the Vice Principal of Udupi Nursing College. Mrs. Asha Kiran as a very down to earth person and a passionate teacher, and above all as an enthusiastic speaker delivered a appropriate talk on the awareness and prevention of child sexual abuse, which is a major concern in our society.
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Traffic Awareness @ Darshan College
‘I follow three rules: do the right thing, do the best you can, and always show people you care’ – Lou Holtz. With the growing number of crimes and offences in the city, the Officials from the Traffic Department, in view of spreading awareness among the young concerning the ill effects of substance abuses, breaking traffic rules etc. visited our College. According to the circular by the Home Ministry of the State, as the city youth are becoming more and more victims of these vices, it is now or never situation. The Officials instructed the Students to be cautious and be away from all such menace that are destroying our youth today. A glimpse too was given about the changes made in traffic rules. Keep the rules, and the rules will keep you.
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PLASTIC FREE DRIVE : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
“A Nation that destroys its soil destroys itself”. To safeguard our Mother Nature and to bring awareness to the community and to ban the use of plastic, a ‘Plastic Free Drive’ compaign was held at Trinity Central School on 10th October, 2018. The programme commenced with a prayer song to invoke God’s blessings on all present. The Chief Guest for the day’s programme was Mr. Shivattaya, Asst. Director, Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment, Udupi District. Rev. Fr. Anil D’costa (Principal), Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh (Administrator), Ms. Magdelena Lewis (Academic Coordinator), Ms. Archana Shetty (Pre Primary Section Head) were the dignitaries on the dais, and the staff and students were present for the programme. A warm welcome to all the gathered was given by Clarissa of Grade IX.
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Chefs in the making @ St. Anthony’s PU College
Real cooking is more about following your heart than following your recipes. Right amount of ingredients put together in love, makes the best of recipes. In a world where cooking is becoming a dying passion, St. Anthony’s PU College called for a cooking competition to encourage Students to find joy in Kitchen. Many Students enthusiastically took part in the event in groups of three. Mrs. Savitha Roopesh, who has 10 years of experience in Retail industry & event management companies and Mrs. M. Kusuma, a practicing Lawyer in the High Court of Karnataka were the jury members who after tasting every one of the cuisines adjudged the winners. Cooking is at once child’s play and adult’s joy. And cooking done with care is an act of love.
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DANDIYA CELEBRATED IN THE KINDERGARTEN : Trinity Central School
‘Dandiya day’ was celebrated on 3rd October at Trinity Central School for lower grade children. Children came to the school with traditional Gujarathi dresses, the little boys dressed up in sherwani and the girls with gagra cholis, along with dandiya sticks. Our school Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa and the Primary Section Head Ms. Archana Shetty lit the lamp which was decorated with a floral rangoli. Students of Nursery, LKG and UKG were also encouraged to speak a few sentences related to ‘Dandiya’ and ‘Navarathri celebration’. Thereafter they performed lovely dance along with their dandiyas.
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A TRIBUTE TO THE NATIONAL HERO MAHATMA GANDHI : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
The whole school was gathered on the 1st October at the Trinitorium to celebrate the birth of the Mahatma as well as Peace Day which is celebrated all across India and around the world. The principal of Trinity Central School, Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa, Administrator Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh, Academic Coordinator Ms. Magdelina Lewis, Pre-Primary Section Head Ms. Archana Shetty and the SPL Master Gamaliel to offered flowers as a homage to the portrait of Mahatma Gandhi. Who is popularly known as Bapu, and highlighted his struggle for independent India. Master Aaron, student of Grade X presented the autobiography of Gandhiji, Father of our Nation. Mahatma Gandhi strongly believed in Ahimsa and practiced non-violence movement throughout India.
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Industrial Visit by Darshanites
‘Education does not have to take place only in the classroom. All the world is a laboratory for an inquiring mind’. The best source of Knowledge is experience. It is rightly said that “observe & understand’ is better than ‘read & learn’. In this pursuit, Darshan College organized a One-Day Industrial Visit to the Unibic Pvt. Ltd, and Garuda Polyflex Pvt. Ltd. Students were amazed at the speed at which the process occurred and how the automated systems could be set according to requirements of the company without involving much human intervention. The creative and innovative ways of production and marketing a product was indeed a new lesson to be appreciated, admired and learnt.
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District Level Wrestling Competition @ St. Anthony’s Institutions
Wrestling, it’s not whether you get knocked down, it’s whether you get up. Bangalore South District level Wrestling Matches were held at St. Anthony’s PU College. Students from different neighboring and distant colleges participated and displayed their sportsman spirit in different categories and forms of Wrestling. Various forms of wrestling such as free-style wrestling, Greco-Roman style wrestling and belt wrestling, were held both for boys and girls. Not just the physical strength but also the mental ability and skill exhibited by the students made them victorious. The champs received an overwhelming support and encouragement from those gathered. Victory is in having done your best. If you’ve done your best, you’ve won.
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Celebration of St Francis of Assisi Feast @ Chikodi
With great devotion St Francis of Assisi School children and Staff celebrated patron’s day. Frs. Anthony Raj, the Parish Priest of Potnal, Raichur and Anthony Raj, the professor of Darshan Institute of Theology, Bangalore were the chief guests of the day. Children enacted the skit ‘Francis and Three Robbers’ and brought out St. Francis’ humanness to the audience. “We need to imbibe St. Francis of Assisi qualities in our lives to become light to the world” was the message from the chief guest. By offering flowers children paid homage to the school patron.
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Cookery Competition @ Darshan College
‘The greatest wealth is Health.’ This is due to the reason that every time we consume food, we are either feeding disease or fighting it. In this regard, Our Darshanite Chefs thought like scientists, organized like the Accountants, plated like the Artists and cooked like grandmas - a variety of cuisines which were organic and had contributed to bring some kind of food revolution in this fast food era. The two versatile and expert Jury members Mrs. Bhavya, an entrepreneur and event manager at Banashankari and Prof. Yoganand, Asst. Professor at GFGC Ramanagar and he runs a chats center by name Chats Kuteera at Bidadi adjudicated the recipes made by 25 teams and were very fascinated with the Authenticity and deliciousness of the cuisines. This was the most memorable day as Food was the ingredient that bound us together. All the Chefs cooked with love and hence it provided food for all those present.
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Rangoli and Mehendi Competition @ Darshan College
‘A Nation’s culture and tradition resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people’ – Mahatma Gandhi. Darshanites competed and witnessed to tradition-upholding competitions - one is Rangoli and the other is Mehendi. With a view to sustain and keep up the spirit of the moral values, ethos, ethnicity and culture of our beautiful and unique Indian tradition, Darshan College had Organized Mehendi and Rangoli Competition. The Mehendi and Rangoli flair expedition acknowledged an irresistible and awe-inspiring response. The enthusiastic participants carved out overwhelming inventive designs. Regardless of acquaintance and experience, they festooned, adorned and ornamented their hands with Mehendi designs which assisted them to enhance their confidence in the art. The judges Mrs. Meghana Gowda and Mrs. Rashmi A, Renowned beauticians and entrepreneurs appreciated and cherished the efforts and talent of the participants and wished them good luck for their future endeavours.
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Flood Relief Fund Collection for Kodagu by NSS Unit @ Darshan College
‘We rise by lifting others’ – Robert Ingersoll. Darshan College took the initiative to collect relief material from the people in and around the college campus for the victims in rain-battered Kodagu. The Principal Rev. Fr. George Monis launched the program and appreciated the efforts of the volunteers who willing came forward to gather help for the victims of flood-torn Kodagu. There were 60 volunteers led by Dr. B. Manjula, NSS Program Officer and other 5 faculties who voluntarily joined this program. The march was held in 6 separate groups each headed by one faculty at different locations like Kengeri Statellite Town, Shirke, Dubasipalya, Nagadevahalli, Jayramdas, Rajarajeshwari Nagar and Kengeri. They collected in cash and kind whatever the generous people had to offer. The total amount put together was Rs. 33,000 in all. We can’t help everyone but everyone can help someone.
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Pencil Sketch Competition @ St. Anthony’s PU College
‘We tend to become like those whom we admire’ – Thomas S Monson. Being the role model is the most powerful form of educating. In order to refresh the minds of the Students towards their Role Models, St. Anthony’s PU College organized ‘Pencil Sketch’ Competition. The theme for the event was ‘My Role Model’. Many students participated and depicted on the sheets their respective role models from National leaders to religious leaders. A role model in the flesh provides more than an inspiration; his or her very existence is the confirmation of the possibilities one may have every reason to doubt, saying, ‘yes someone like me can do this’. Its important what kind of person you have chosen to be your role model, for you will imitate that person to a greater extent. The event gave a glimpse of the role models the present generation imitates.
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A DAY TO REJOICE TOGETHER : Assisi School Chikodi
St. Francis of Assisi school organized a day of outing for its staff to Gokak Falls, Godachinmalki Falls and Hidkal Dam.

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Eid-ul-Adha: A festival of sacrifice @ Assisi School Chikodi
Quran 6:162 : “Indeed my prayer, my rites of sacrifice, my living and my dying are for Allah, Lord of the worlds.”
St. Francis of Assisi school children gathered together with Muslim brethren to rejoice and share the joy of Eid- ul -Adha. The celebration began by asking the Lords blessings through a devotional hymn. The guest of the day Mrs. Gulnaz Goundi the Assistant Engineer in Karnataka Water board, who is currently serving as an Executive Engineer in PWD department, enlightened the students on the importance of the festivity. Cultural programmes like Qawwali and dances added beauty to the celebration. Generosity of Muslim kids and parents, sweeten the mouths of all children.
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FDP on application of SPSS and AMOS in data analysis @ Darshan College
‘Research without Data is Zero. Data without Analysis and Interpretation is Zero and Analysis and Interpretation without Statistics is Zero’. With this quote, we witnessed the Faculty Development Programme that intended to empower the aspiring minds on how to pivot concepts and ideas into great money spinners. The program aimed at acquainting the participants with simple and exhaustive ways of data analysis through interactive sessions along with theoretical learning and their application in research to enhance the quality of the work of the researchers. This event witnessed the presence of a Galaxy of Intellectuals comprising of the Chief guests as well as the Key Note Speakers - Dr. Krishna, Honorable Director, Don Bosco Group of Institutions; Prof. Rajeshwari T, Honorable President of Primax Foundation; Dr. K V Ramanathan, Vice-President, Primax Foundation; Dr. V Selvaraj - Honorable Secretary of Primax Foundation along with Rev. Fr. George Monis, Honorable Principal, Darshan College. Rev. Dr. Fr. Anil Sequeira, Vice Rector, Darshan College of Theology, Kengeri delivered the Presidential address.
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SALUTE TO THE TEACHERS OF OUR NATION : TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL
Teacher’s day was celebrated with lot of zeal and enthusiasm at Trinity Central School premises on 5th September 2018. Indeed, it’s a remarkable day and moment of joy for all the teachers across India, no matter whether on teaches in school or college, but the concept being a teacher is much more satisfying and heart-warming. Having the same thought Teachers day was celebrated in Trinity campus with joy and gaiety as the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) took up the initiative to honor the teachers and appreciate their hard work. The formal programme commenced by paying homage to the great teacher Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. The key note address was delivered by Mr. Amzad (a PTA member and Lawyer by profession) who in his speech admonished children on how to respect and show regard to teachers and parents.
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TALENT HUNT AT TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL ON 20TH, 21TH, 23TH AND 24TH AUGUST 2018
Looking for the star of tomorrow, a unique talent hunt was organized at Trinity Central School for the students from Kindergarten to grade IX. The little toddlers, juniors and the senior students participated in the various activities organized in the school with lots of energy and enthusiasm. Various competitions like singing, dance, and acting were organized across the whole school and live shows were conducted in order to enhance the budding talents. Children came to school with colorful costumes and enjoyed performing on the stage. They also gained confidence to face the audience, by actively participating in the activities and by giving a mind blowing performance. In fact, one could within a feeling of joy and confidence and a spirit of participation in the students rather than winning alone.
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Teachers’ Day Celebration @ St. Anthony’s Institutions
Teaching is the one profession that creates all other professions. A teacher is the one who not only imparts knowledge but also instills values and principles in the Students. To thank and honor these ‘Gurus’ especially on the birthday of Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan the Students’ community of St. Anthony’s Institutions organized a program. Prof. Dr. Mohammed Farooq Pasha, Asst. Professor Department of Commerce and Management, Govt. First Grade College was the Guest of Honor. When a pupil grows out to be successful in life, it is the teachers other than the parents who feel proud and happy, he said. The day was filled with games, dances, gifts and various other fun activities for teachers. Delicious meals were also served for all. The teachers not only give what they have, but in a greater sense bring to realization the best in the Students.
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Teachers day celebration @ Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya
On 5th September 2018 teachers day was celebrated in Sneha jyothi vidyalaya. The entire program was planned by the SPL and the school ministers. Students from class Pre - kg to 10th std participated in the program as a treat to their teachers. Singing, dances, Drama and speeches from the students made the day outstanding. The students took great effort to ensure that teachers enjoy every minute. Followed by the cultural program students also conducted games like volley ball, throw ball and other fun games. A special meal was arranged by the students which indeed created festive vibes. Lastly program took a wind up followed by the Headmasters speech.
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Blood Donation Camp @ Darshan College
Annual Blood Donation Camp-2018 was organized by NSS unit of Darshan College in collaboration with Indian Red Cross Society. This was an initiative to motivate the young minds and bring in the awareness of the importance of joining hands in noble causes such as blood donation. The event was organized and coordinated by Prof. Jayamahadeva swamy, Prof. Manjula and Prof. Divyashree. Many Student volunteers took active participation in the event and gave wide publicity through posters, invitation cards and catchy slogans. The event witnessed a large number of donors, both general public and students’ community, and their enthusiasm for social cause was palpable.
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Teachers Day @ Infant Jesus School
“A mediocre teacher tells, the good teacher explains, the superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires” The role of a teacher in our life is an important one as they lay the foundations in growing up years. At times they appear to be tough on us, but it’s only for our betterment as they ultimately try to mould, shape and chisel our raw talents and potentials, and help us fight our fears and weaknesses. In India Teachers day is celebrated on September 5th every year which is also Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’s birth anniversary. He was the second president of India. It was a mega day at Infant Jesus School on September 5th. The day began with sports for teachers. Various sports were organized like relay, tug of war and musical chair.
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Kargil Vijay Diwas @ Infant Jesus School
Kargil Vijay Diwas, is named after the success of Operation Vijay. On this day, 26 July 1999, India successfully took command of the high outposts which had been lost to Pakistani intruders. Kargil Vijay Diwas is celebrated on 26 July every year in honour of the Kargil War's Heroes. It was an armed conflict between India and Pakistan that took place between May and July 1999 in the Kargil district of Kashmir and elsewhere along the Line of Control (LOC). The Kargil Vijay Diwas was celebrated in the Infant Jesus School. This attempt by the school authorities helped to inculcate patriotism in the young minds of the students. The guests who were present were Mr. Prakash (ex-army man). Mr. Jagadish, the president of Karnataka rakshana vedike, Mr. Ravi, who is the president of grama panchayat of Vastare. Mr. Ramesh from forest department and soldiers and their family members.
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Seminar on Animation and IBPS @ Darshan College
St. Anthony’s Institutions has always fostered with the urge of making the students to acquaint with all the employability skills to face and withstand the competitive work environment in the due course. In this regard, Our Institution took an initiative to organize two seminars on ANIMATION AND IBPS. Darshan College in collaboration with Moople Animations and Designs organized a seminar on Animation. The seminar reached the hearts and minds of the students by making everyone understand that the limits of the possible can only be defined by going beyond them into the impossible. With a view to enrich the skills of our students to procure Government Jobs Our Institution in collaboration with the Bankers’ Academy, Kengeri organized a seminar on IBPS. The seminar motivated the students and focussed to train the students so that they enter as learners and exit as bankers.
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SNEHA JYOTHI VIDYALAYA POTHNAL
INAUGURATION OF NEW HAND BALL, BASKET BALL AND HIGH JUMP COURTS

Keeping in view that scholastic and co scholastic activities share equal importance in the process of academic development of a student, In the academic year 2018-19 a productive initiative was taken by the Management of the school to incorporate and enhance the sports skills of the students. On 14-8-18 "Hand ball court" was inaugurated in Sneha jyothi Vidyalaya by the Headmaster, the whole of the inauguration event went cordially under the leadership of the P.E Teacher Mr. Gangadhar, and on 1-9-18 the newly installed Basket ball court and long jump court were also inaugurated by the Headmaster along with the staff. Students were made known the rules of the game and eventually the event took a wind up with a fun match of teachers and students.
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Parents-Teachers’ Meeting @ Darshan College
Parents are ultimate role models for their children. Every word, movement or action has an effect. No other person or outside force has a greater influence on a child than the Parent – Bob Keeshan. Our Institution values the support and commitment of Parents in the overall growth of the Students. Indeed, it is vitally important for all of us involved in this educational partnership. With an urge of working together to foster positive self-esteem, motivation and fulfilment in our students Parents-Teachers Meet was organized in Darshan College. Felicitations were made for the toppers of B.Com, BBA and BCA Students. Later, Students’ Academic Performance, information about backlog, Attendance information were disclosed to all the parents by their respective class mentors.
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Independence Day @ Assisi School Chikodi
St. Francis of Assisi school celebrated Independence day with unprecedented patriotic fervour this year. The entire school assembled on the ground for the celebration. The Chief Guest Rev. Fr. Henry D’Souza, Director of FISI (Franciscan Institute of spirituality India) Bangalore, hoisted the Tricolor flag. The national anthem echoed the entire campus. Thereafter, our students marched impressively to the beat of the drum. Though there was cloudy weather and drops of rain, students’ performance evoked the feelings of patriotism in the gathered audience. The Chief Guest, voiced out in his speech the importance of the day and our duty towards the nation to make it great as our freedom fighters dreamt to be. The celebration came to an end with the distribution of sweets.
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Anugraha Bidar: Parent-Teachers’ Association
On 22nd, August, 2018 Parent-Teachers’ Association was called. To catch the speed of the modern education system and to know many things about the relation between parents, teachers and students the parent-teachers’ meeting was called. Many parents attended the meeting and benefitted immensely. The resource persons for the meeting were Fr. Provincial and Fr. Robin Victor the Administrator of the province. The resources persons highlighted the role of the parents in today’s education system. They said that it is the prime responsibility of every parent to know what the child is doing at school and at home. Further they said that a close collaboration between teachers and parents will bring immense improvement in the growth of their children.
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Anugraha Bidar: Laying foundation stone
On 22nd August, 2018 Anugraha School witnessed the laying of foundation stone for the upcoming school building. It was a moment of grace and joy for the staff and students of Anugraha School. Amidst the showers of blessings and rain the foundation stone was laid by Rev. Fr. Dolphy Pais, the Provincial, Holy Trinity Karnataka. Many a person witnessed this event, viz. Fr. Robin, the administrator of the province, Fr. Vijesh the Treasurer of the province and the community members of Pothnal, Clara Vihar. There was a short prayer service before laying the foundation stone.
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Mehendi competition @ St. Anthony’s PU College
Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it – Confucius. The beauty of imagination is given expression in various forms of art. One such art that embellishes the hands and fascinates the sight is Mehendi. St. Anthony’s PU College organized Mehendi competition to bring out the artistic skills in the students. The Mehendi talent hunt competition received an overwhelming response. The zealous participants etched out awe inspiring creative designs. Irrespective of exposure and experience, they adorned their hands with Mehendi designs which helped them boost their confidence in the art. Prof. Balkhis, Prof. Shanthala and Ms. Housifa, after intently viewing the varied designs adjudged the winners. May the external art of Mehendi continue to be one of the magnificent reflections of the inner-self.
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Inauguration of the new school building @ Assisi School Chikodi
St Francis of Assisi school Chikodi, inaugurated new school building on Saturday, 11 August 2018 at 11.00am. Rev Fr Dolphy Pais, Provincial minister, invoked God’s blessings and cut the ribbon as the children, standing on different stories of the building, showered the stage and building with flowers. Frs. Peter D’souza, Melwyn D’souza, Alwyn Dias and Salvador Fernandes, councilors of the province joined in blessing the building with the holy water. Mr Vinod A Ghatti, Cousulting Civil Engineer, was felicitated by offering a shawl . The progarm was graced with the presence of Fr Anil D’costa, Principal of Trinity school, Udupi, Fr Robin D’souza, Province Administrator, Fr Deepak Fernandes, Provincial Secretary, Fr Alphonso MSFS, Parents, friends, benefactors and well-wishers of the School. After the function meals were served for everyone in the Assisi Campus.
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INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATED AT TRINITY - 15TH AUGUST 2018
‘Freedom is never dear at any price. It is the breath of life what would a man not pay for living’ Mahatma Gandhi. Despite the torrential rains for days together the 72nd Independence Day was celebrated at Trinity Central School with lots of zeal and enthusiasm on 15th August, 2018 as the sky was clear for unfurling the tri color flag. The Principal, Administrates, Staff, Students and Parents of the Trinity Central School were present for the flag hoisting ceremony. The event started with a prayer song invoking God’s blessings on our country India. Rev. Fr. Anil D’costa (Principal), Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh (Administrator), Mr. Krishnan (PTA member), Ms. Magdelina Lewis (Academic Coordinator) and Ms. Archana Shetty (Primary Section Head) were present at flag hoisting. There was a march past lead by the School S.P.L Gamaliel and the Scouts and Guides cadre followed by the house members.
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Learning is fun in Kindergarten at Trinity Central School
Various activities are conducted to engage little children in learning through the playway method. To enhance kids learning to be an enjoyable one, we, at Trinity started with the ‘Green day’ for all the kinder garten kids. It was a ‘Go Green’ activity connecting things with all green things around them. As a result various activities were conducted to continue learning with fun.
Bindhi Sticking and Thumb Printing, Go Blue, Collage Activity, Fruit Treat

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72nd Independence Day Celebration @ St. Anthony's School, Gangondanahalli
In our school campus on 15th august 72nd Independence Day was celebrated in a grand manner, for this celebration Rev. Fr. Anthony Raj was the chief gues, Mr. Prasanth Congress Leader and Social Worker was the guest of honour and Rev. Fr Alexander Daniel was the president of the function. In the presence of all the guest and our Headmaster, Asst Headmaster tricolour flag was hoisted by the chief guest, many cultural programmes were conducted along with March Past, Patriotic Drama, Dance and Prizes were distributed to the winners of the Zonal Level Sports and Prathibha Karanji Programme. The programme was concluded by vote of thanks by our Headmaster. The whole programme was a grand success.
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Independence Day Celebration @ Darshan & St. Anthony’s PU College
Freedom is never dear at any price, it is the breath of Life. With burning fire of love for the country and bubbling patriotic spirit the Anthonian family gathered together on the 15th of August 2018 to pay honour and respect to our Nation, India. Though the weather was cloudy, yet the countenance of all assembled was bright with enthusiasm to celebrate the 72nd Independence Day. Rev. Dr. Fr. Benjamin Alphonso OFM Cap, hoisted the National flag, and gave a call to nourish and develop the talents of India in India. Mr. Abhilash G P, Centre Manager of Moople Institute of Animation and Design too was present for the function. Students gave expression to their nationalistic spirit by means of various performances. May we think of Freedom not to do as we please, but as the opportunity to do what is right.
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72nd INDEPENDENCE DAY : SNEHA JYOTHI VIDYALAYA POTHNAL
Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya Pothnal celebrated Independence Day with great fervor on 15th August 2018 in the presence of staff, student and management. The chief guests and other dignitaries’ were Rev.Fr.Willian prabhu (Director St. Clare Vihar, Pothnal). Rev. Brothers (St. Clare Post novitiate house) Rev.Fr.Thomas (Co-pastor, St Clare Parish) Mr.Solomon (PTA President S.D.M.C.) Sr.Martha (Anugraha boarding Incharge), C.H. Srinivas, Dr. Prashanth, Mr.Sujith dolly, Mr.Basavaraj kesari, Mr. Ragunath Singh. The gamut of celebration activities held on the campus consisted of special welcoming ceremony, Flag waving and Pooja ceremony, the dynamic march past and a rainbow of cultural activities proposed under the stewardship of the staff and management the entire school assembled at the ground at sharp 8:45 am, Meanwhile the chief guests were escorted to the stage with the school band.
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Anugraha, Bidar: Independence day celebration
On 15th August, 2018 Anugraha School celebrated the 72nd Independence Day. Mr. Prakash Khandre the ex-MLA, Bhalki presided over the celebration. After hoisting the national flag he received the solute from the four houses of the School. He appreciated the works the Christian institutes have been rending since the freedom fight of India. He recalled, how he had helped the churches in and around Bhalki Taluk in the past and also he promised do anything for the church. As he concluded saying that he had never seen such a discipline in own schools. The celebration was more colourful because of the group dance competition on the patriotic songs. Four houses, which were inaugurated this year did well in the competition and won the worthy prizes. Thus the program ended with distributing sweets to the children and parents who were present.
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Janapada Jathre @ Darshan College
The Genuine roots of culture is folk music – John Lydon. To encourage the Students to know more about Carnatic culture through folk songs, Darshan College organised Janapada Jathre. The most eminent personalities in the names of Sri Sabbanahalli Raju and Ms. Lavanya were the Jury members for the day. 23 Groups in all, had taken part in this Folk lore Festival and the audience witnessed the enthralling performances and were completely delighted. The competition conveyed the message: ‘Life is a song to Praise God where music is the form of magic’. The Jury members guided the students to sing in such a way that others should hear our worship, for sometimes the songs do not make us emotional but it is the people and things that come to our mind when we hear them.
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FIRST PARLIAMENT SESSION HELD AT TRINITY
Smooth functioning of the parliament is remarkable for many reasons; a mock parliament session was held on 31st July 2018, at Trinitorium by the various ministers of the cabinet to discuss and debate on a few concerns and practices. The parliament session was attended by SPL Gamaliel (Grade X), ASPL Ms. Melanie (Grade IX) and the Opposition Leader Ms. Maimuna (Grade IX) and other cabinet ministers. The session was chaired by the Speaker Rohan Daniel from Grade IX. Various issues were discussed with regards to discipline, cleanliness, food, sports and general concerns. The parliament was adjourned with a feedback from the moderator, the Principal of the school Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa. The Parliament will resume in September for the next session.
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A New academic year, A New start for NSS Unit @ Darshan College
‘The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others’ – Mahatma Gandhi. The NSS Unit of Darshan College for the academic year 2018-19 was inaugurated on the 1st of August 2018. The Chief Guests for the function were Shri. M. K. Krishna, Director and Chief Nodal Manager SBIMF, Dr. N. Srinivasa, NSS Coordinator, Bangalore University. The Inaugural Function was chaired by Rev. Dr. Fr. Alwyn Dias, the Director, in the gracious presence of Rev. Fr. George Monis, Principal, Darshan College, Management, Faculty and Students. NSS Programme officer Dr. B. Manjula gave the presentation of the NSS activities of the year 2017-18. The Chief Guest, Shri M. K. Krishna then highlighted on various issues confronting the society and appealed to the 264 NSS volunteers present, to be proactively involved in and address such social problems. Expanding the word NSS as Never Stop Studying, Never Stop Service, he made a detailed, informative talk on services like blood donation and eye donation. The end of all knowledge should be service to others.
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SNEHA JYOTHI VIDYALAYA POTHNAL : SINGING COMPETITION
The first ever singing competition of the academic year 2018- 19 was conducted on 21/07/2018. Students from class pre kg to 10th std participated in the competition. Rev. Fr. Thomas, Rev. Fr. Dominic and Sr. Martha were the judges. The competition went on with the theme "patriotic" and "Devotional". Students actively showcased their exceptional singing talents, which indeed mesmerised everyone.
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INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY @ Infant Jesus school
YOGA is exercise for body and nourishment to the mind. International Yoga Day was celebrated in our school with much enthusiasm and joy. Inaugurating the event Principal Fr. Andrew Jayaraj told the gathering that yoga is the wonderful contribution of ancient India to the entire world which must be preserved and practiced. Ms Ranjitha the state level Yoga participant thought the students various yogic postures. All the students learnt different assanas enthusiastically performed various yogic postures. Vice Principal Fr. Amar Lobo addressing the student said to that every Indian must feel proud to practice yoga.
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ART CRAFTS DAY AT TRINITY
On 3rd August 2018, a variety of competitions were conducted for the students of Grade 1 to 9, to explore their artsy and craftsy skills, and also to enhance their thinking and increase the power of concentration. Students from Grade 1 to 9 participated in the various competitions scheduled on the morning of 3rd August. The competition for the primary children was held in the Bonaventure Block while the middle school students participated in the event at Trinitorium. Students of Grade 6 to 9 had the themes to ‘save earth’ and ‘say No to Plastics’. They had to convey the message through their creative art and collage work. ittle kids from the primary Grades of 1 and 2, had made very colourful craft articles while the students from Grade 3 to 5 made ‘Wealth out of Waste’. The creative, colourful artifacts were exhibited in the Mother Teresa Hall on 4th August 2018, on the Result Day.
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Grow and Glow: Blessing and Inauguration of New Science Block @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore
On the 23rd of July 2018, the newly built Science block of the college was Blessed by His eminence Most Rev. Dr. Bernard Moras, Archbishop Emeritus of Bangalore, and inaugurated by Rev. Dr. Fr. Dolphy Pais, Provincial Minister, Holy Trinity Province, Karnataka. Mr. Muniraju, Corporator, Ullal ward BBMP was also one among the eminent personalities present. Education today should inculcate values and virtues in the students, which is deteriorating in the present society, so that they become firm and strong like the building built on rock was the call given by Most Rev. Dr. Bernard Moras. The new Science block consists of well-furnished classrooms, well-equipped laboratories, spacious auditorium, Library and various other facilities. The desire to meet the educational thirst of the students belonging to the middle and lower middle-class families, was the foundation for this project. With the ardent efforts of Rev. Dr. Fr. Alwyn Dias, Director of St. Anthony’s Institutions, along with the support and encouragement of Capuchin Friars, and Benefactors this dream is realized. Indeed, it is a great leap in the growth of the Institution. ‘Growth is the only evidence of life’.
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Freshers’ Day @ Darshan College
‘If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do, you have to keep moving’ – Martin Luther King Jr.
Freshers’ Day is a day to walk together, to begin to know each other: The Seniors and the New-comers. Freshers’ Day with the theme conservation of Environment was held at our institution with extravaganza on the 14th of July 2018. It was an explosion of talent, showcasing the performances by the senior and super senior students. The Fresher Girls featured themselves with green attire and the Boys in Black and White. The Significance of this attire was Green represents nature and nature represents women: ‘Black and white - Ready to Fight’ was the resolution taken by the boys to fight against deforestation.

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Birthday wishes to our Correspondent Rev. Fr. Claud Mascarenhas
“Wishing you a day filled with happiness and a year fulfilled with joy”, was the tone of every Trinitarian on 13/07/2018. A special assembly was conducted to wish and greet our beloved Correspondent Rev. Fr. Claud Mascarenhas. The Principal, Administrator, Staff and students of Trinity Central School wished Rev. Fr. Claud by singing the melodious birthday song and offering him a bouquet of flower. We also had teachers Ms. Bhavya and Ms. Sushma Suvarna celebrate their birthdays along with the other students. The teachers wished the birthday celebrants with the bouquet from the Trinity garden. Thereafter Rev. Fr. Claud, Teachers and the students cut the birthday cake and celebrated their birthday in a grand manner. Rev. Fr. Claud thanked the Principal, staff and the students for the gesture of affection showed by the Trinity family.
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Inauguration of the Academic Year @ Darshan College
‘The Secret of getting ahead is getting started’. With a view to grow and progress Darshan College commenced the new Academic Year 2018-19 for the BCOM, BBA and BCA Students. Dr. I. S. Shivakumara, Former Vice-Chancellor, Faculty of Science, Dept. of Mathematics, Bangalore University was the Chief Guest and Prof. Veeranna, Founder and Director of FASE Foundation was the Guest of Honor. The Faculty members were introduced and the Departmental Heads briefly introduced the curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities for the academic year 2018-19. Rev. Fr. George Monis, Principal welcomed the Freshers, wished them all the best and presented the rules and guidelines to be followed. Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias, Director of the Institute insisted on the discipline, Academic Excellence and Character Formation which is given utmost priority in the ambience of Darshan College. Every beginning is an opportunity to grow.
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Talk on Road Safety and POCSO Act : Trinity Central School
An enthusiastic team of Manipal Police was present at the Trinity Central School to create awareness on 'Road Safety and on sexual abuse among young children'. The session was held in the Bonaventure Block at 3.00 pm. Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa the Principal of Trinity Central School, introduced the Police team consisting of Mr. Sudarshan M, Police Inspector; Mr. Sridhar MP, Sub-Inspector; Mr. Uday Amin, Head Constable, Ms. Nethravathi, Woman Police Head Constable and Mahadevi, PSI and gave a warm welcome to them. Students from Grades VIII, IX and X attended the talk that was informative as well as practical like precautions students must take on the roads, how to deal with strangers etc.
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MAGNUM OPUS – 2018 - 19 : Trinity Central School
‘A nation’s culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people’ says Mahatma Gandhi. An inter school AICS Cultural Competition was orgianised for the junior and senior level - Magnum Opus 2018 at Trinity Central School on 7/7/2018. The protection of intangible cultural heritage and maintaining the continuity of national culture is very requisite in the present world. And this was the very motive to host such a prosperous event. The formal inauguration of the ‘Magnum Opus 2018’ was presided over by the Chief Guest Mrs. Jessy Andrews, the Principal of Madhava Kripa School, Manipal; our PTA President Mr. Maxim DSouza, Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa along with the Co-ordinators Mrs. Magdelina Lewis and Mrs. Archana were the members on the dais. The programme commenced with the prayer song by the choir of the Trinity School followed by the welcome speech delivered by the Academic Co-ordinator Mrs. Magdelina Lewis who cheered and welcomed the gathering.
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Anugraha Bidar: Vanamahotsava
On 11th July, Anugraha School celebrated the Vanamahotsava. It was a wonderful witnessing event by the school to bring about an awareness regarding protecting the environment by growing trees. Mr. Umakanth the Deputy Forest Range Officer being the main guest of the day addressed the students. The stage was decorated by many eminent persons like, Fr. Vijayraj, SJ, Fr. Richard, the principal, Fr. Prashanth, the parish priest and Fr. Karunesh, the Asst. Principal. The program was well organized; the discipline of the students was highly appreciated by the officer. The principal welcomed the gathering. Thus symbolically a plant was planted and a tree was distributed to each class. Thus, the short program ended with photo session and singing National Anthem.
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SNEHA JYOTHI VIDYALAYA POTHNAL : DRAWING COMPETITION - 2018-19
The drawing completion of the academic year 2018-19 was held on 07-07-2018. Students from L.K.G – 10th Std. came forward to participate in the activity. The drawing competition was a theme based one, where students were allotted different themes according to their classes. The competition was later followed up with the supervision of the Headmaster.
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Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya : INVESTITURE CEREMONY 2018-19
The Investiture ceremony of the academic years 2018-19 happened to be on 4/07/2018 in the presence of staff, Student and Management of Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya. The chief guest for the event was Fr. Thomas (Asst. Parish priest St. Claire Vihar). The elected SPL, ASPL and the cabinet of Ministers took the oath of abiding to the rules and regulations of the school and their duties. The call was given by Mr. Gangadhar (P.E. Teacher) and the elected leaders along with the four houses of the school marched forward with enthusiasm. The newly elected leaders were honored with sashes by the Headmaster and the whole members of cabinet ministry took on oath leaded by Rev. Fr. Sunil. Meanwhile the chief guest spoke a few words on the special day wishing good luck to the Parliamentarians and students. Eventually, The Headmaster addressed the gathering and exposed the parliamentarians. The official oath taking ceremony was winded up by singing National and School Anthems.
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Parents’ Orientation Program @ St. Anthony’s PU College
At the end of the day, the most overwhelming key to a child’s success is the positive involvement of Parents – Jane D Hull. Future of the Students is shaped by Teachers/Professors at School/College and Parents at home. Understanding this great truth, the Management of St. Anthony’s PU College held Parents’ Orientation program. Rev. Dr. Fr. Dolphy Pais, President of Capuchin Education Service Society, was the Chief Guest, and gave a call to be ‘Encouraging Parents’ to all gathered. Later, the Distinction holders and the toppers of the College in the II PU State Board Examinations 2017-18 were honored and felicitated along with their parents.
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Celebration of Ramzan Festival in Infant Jesus School
Ramzan festival was celebrated in the school on 20-6-18. Mr. Siraj uddin Sakafi was the chief guest of the program. In his address to the gathering, he beautifully explained the significance of Ramzan and threw light on the fact that all of us have one God and the blood that flows in our bodies is one. He emphasized the unity of all religions. Students read the Holy Quran on this occasion. Fr. Andrew Jayaraj, the principal of Infant Jesus School also addressed the gathering. Students were gifted with sweets at the end of the program.
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Inauguration of the Academic Year 2018-19 : Infant Jesus School
The inaugural function of the academic year 2018-19 was organised on 1/06/2018. The dignitaries who presided over the function were Fr. John Baptist; Fr. Andrew Jayaraj, Principal; Fr. Amar Lobo, Vice Principal and Fr. Anil Kumar, director of Padre Pio study home. Fr. Andrew Jayaraj inaugurated the Academic year 2018-19 by writing the motto of our school on the logo. All the dignitaries present did the lighting of the lamp, symbolising the spark of knowledge. Fr. John Baptist, the chief guest of the function addressed the gathering and wished students a bright year. The program came to an end with the distribution of sweets to all the students and teachers.
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Investiture ceremony at Trinity Central School for the Academic year 2018-19
A journey of thousand miles must begin with a single step. It was the most awaiting moment for the students of Trinity to see their leaders and House in charges to be in full action on 22/06/18. We had a distinguished guest for the ceremony Prof. Vincent Alva, the Principal of Milagres College. As the guest arrived, the Principal escorted him and the academic coordinators to the dais. The program began with a prayer song, which showed oneness of the ‘Trinity family’. A formal introduction of the guests was conducted by Ruth Angelina of Grade 7. Investiture means a formal investing of a person with authority, power, right, office and dignity. It is rightly said that, ‘leaders are not born they are made’. So in Trinity investiture ceremony is one of the most important ceremonies of the school.
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A Day for the Freshers @ St. Anthony’s PU College
There are no strangers in here, just friends you haven’t met. With this feeling the II PU students welcomed the freshers to the Anthonian family. The total strength of the freshers for the Academic year 2018-19 is the highest ever in the history of St. Anthony’s PU College, 181in all. With this the number of PU Students alone, in the campus, has reached the record high of 330. The Class Representatives took the oath of faithfully fulfilling their responsibilities in the ceremony of investiture. Rev. Dr. Fr. Albert Lewis, Dean of Studies, Darshan Institute of Theology, was the Chief Guest for the program. He encouraged the students to be positively passionate and strive constantly to attain their dreams.
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International Yoga Day : Trinity Central School
“Yoga boosts our mental and physical health and improves over all well being”. The United Nations declared the 21st June as International Day of Yoga in 2015, and it has inculcated awareness about the spiritual discipline among all the people across the globe. To commemorate the same the students of Trinity Central School participated in the ‘Yoga Day Celebration’ held at the premises of Shri Krishna Math Udupi. The Scouts and Guides of our school along with their Captains attended the same. Shri Raghavendra Acharya, the owner of the HP Gas agency was the chief guest. He spoke on the importance of yoga. The event was organized by Bharat Scouts and Guides District Organization Udupi.
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INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY 21-06-2018 : SNEHA JYOTHI VIDYALAYA POTHNAL
Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya observed International Yoga day on 21-06-2018 in the presence of Staff and Management. The newly appointed Physical teacher Mr.Gangadhar carried on the event enthusiastically under the guidance of the Headmaster. The interesting part of the event was that students from class 1st Std. to 10th Std. participated in the event and practiced yoga under supervision. The Headmaster Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo acknowledged everyone with his thoughts on yoga, He also stated that “Yoga is not a religion, it is a science.
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Eid – Ul – Fitr celebrated with full enthusiasm at Trinity Central School : 18.06.2018
We are born in a land blessed with tolerance. We are born in a land blessed with harmony. We are born in a land which is a role model to many other countries. And to add to the blessing, we are a part of a huge Trinity family that celebrates every religion without any discrimination. To celebrate the occasion of EID-UL-FITR, a special assembly was organized on Monday, 18th June, 2018. The students belonging to Islamic faith of Grade 6 – 9 as a part of the celebration presented an amazing programme. It was a moment of pride, honour and a blessing from the Almighty to welcome our Principal Rev. Fr Anil D’Costa, Co ordinators, Administrator Rev Fr Ravi Rajesh, the staff and all the students of the Trinity family.
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Welcoming Parish Priest of Perampally : 14.06.2018
Every assembly at Trinity Central School is special. But the assembly of 14th June 2018 was evidently special as we had Rev. Fr. Anil D’Souza, the newly appointed Parish Priest of Perampally visit the school and be the part of our assembly. The Management, Principal, Staff and Students at Trinity Central School, welcomed the newly appointed Parish Priest of Perampally by offering a bouquet and momento. Thereafter Rev Fr Anil D’Souza addressed our students and motivated them to do their learning in a regular basis and do their small jobs with great responsibility. He also praised and appreciated the students for maintaining good discipline. After which we distributed merit certificates to all those deserving students who were absent during the PTA gathering. The assembly dispersed with National Anthem.
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SNEHA JYOTHI VIDYALAYA POTHNAL : SPL & ASPL ELECTIONS 2018-19
The SPL (School people Leader) and ASPL Election for the academic year 2018 -19 were conducted on 15-6-2018 all the volunteer nominees for the posts did the necessary campaigning for the elections. The Headmaster Rev. Fr. Dominic inaugurated the elections. The students from class 3rd to 10th standard casted their votes. The results were announced by the Headmaster in the assembly and the results are as fallows.
SPL: - MR. VIJAYKUMAR (10th Std)
ASPL: - MS. SHASHIREKHA (9th Std)

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SNEHA JYOTHI VIDYALAYA POTHNAL : INNAGURATION DAY 12-06-2018-19
The academic year 2018-19 was inaugurated on 12-06-2018 in the presence of staff, student and Management. The other dignitaries were Mr. Solomon (SDMC President) Mr. Sharanabasappa (SDMC Vice President) and Mr. Virupaksha (PTA Member). The Program started with a prayer service, which was later followed by the lamp lighting Ceremony, newly admitted students were given a warm welcome through the authentic “ aarathi,”. The chief guests shared their thoughts and wished good luck for the school. This first ever event of the academic year 2018-19 took a wind up while the Headmaster acknowledged the gathering with this thoughts and ideas.
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Vanamahotsava Day celebrated at Trinity central school on 7th June 2018
‘Planting a tree is much better than wearing a mask to be safe from pollution.’
A special assembly was organized to celebrate the Vanamahotsava day, an occasion which unitedly brought all the minds together with one definite purpose, that is nothing but save trees and save life. The assembly commenced with a prayer song. After which the energy of nature comes through each and every one of us allowing us to calm our thoughts, a beautiful song was sung by the students of 9th std. “Forests are the world’s air conditioning system, the lung of the planet and we are on the verge of switching it off”. A very thought provoking and an informative speech was delivered by Harsh of grade VIIB.

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First Assembly of the Academic Year 2018 -19 : Trinity Central School
As the sun rises and sets a new day, so also the ‘assembly’ paves the path for our students to rejuvenate their minds to remain rooted to the values and helps them to unlock their vitality. Today being 6th June 2018, was the first day of assembly of the academic year 2018-19. The Students from grade I to X were all assembled in the Trinitorium with vibrant colors of their houses, viz Assisi, Spoleto, Greccio, Laverna, Rivotorto. Assembly is the time when students and mentors come together and start the day enabling them to share their experience and providing them a platform to perform. In the same way, at Trinity Central School, the first assembly started with involving God’s name through a prayer song sung by the choir group. After which the Principal greeted the staff and students.
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PTA GATHERING - 26TH MAY, 2018 : Trinity Central School
Last Year’s words belong to last year’s language and New Year’s words await another voice. As we are at the start of this Academic Year 2018-2019, its time for setting & achieving goals, working smarter towards taking our school and the students to the next level of heights. The first PTA Gathering of Academic year 2018-19 was held on 26th May 2018. The programme started with a prayer asking the Almighty to shower his blessings on the gathering. The formal function commenced by lighting the lamp. The dignitaries of the day Secretary of CEB, Rev. Dr. Fr. Alwyn Dias, Correspondent Rev. Fr. Claud Mascarehnas, PTA President Mr. Maxim D’souza, the Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa and the Academic Coordinator Ms. Magdelina Lewis ignited the lamp and inaugurated the New Academic Year 2018-2019.
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Workshops and Training at Trinity Central School
“The one who stops learning stops growing”. Hence here at Trinity Central School there is always a scope for improvement. In order to pace with fast moving world and to update themselves with the modern teaching methods of various training programs were held in Trinity premises. Thanks to the Management, our Principal Rev. Fr. Anil for organizing such workshops. On 28th May 2018, we had a workshop on the theme “How to be an effective Teacher”. A very interactive session that explained the various teaching styles. It was conducted by Mr. Chetan Ponappa, the Regional Director for Centrado Tech Solution PVT Ltd.
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ENVIRONMENT DAY CELEBRATION : St. Anthony's Church School
June 5th is celebrated as the World Environment Day. To mark this important event St Anthony's Institutions planned a "Walk for Nature". Around 450 student from High School section went on a procession with slogans like: "1,2,3 - plant a tree, Stop pollution is the best Solution, Save the Nature- Save the Future....." The procession was flagged off by the Asst. Headmaster Rev. Fr. Vincent Balraj and Rev. Fr Prem Lawrence was the guide and leader. A number of people witnessed this noble procession. Police department extended their full support to us.
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NEW ACADEMIC YEAR 2018 : St. Anthony's Church School
St Anthony's institutions was delighted to begin the new academic year 2018 on 28th of May 2018. Officially we inaugurated the year on 04th of June,2018 at 9.30 a.m. The staff and the Management welcome the students after which all were gathered in the school grounds. A small prayer session was conducted with the lighting of the lamp by school Headmaster, Asst. Headmaster, Staff representatives student representatives. Students with 100% attendance in the last academic year were honoured with the gold medal and 5% discount on the total fees for the academic year 2018.
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Assisi Elevated
St. Francis of Assisi School was elevated by 100% result of X Std Students, who appeared for the ICSE examination 2018. Bharat Choudhari topped the school with 94.44%. He also scored 100 marks in Mathematics. Rahul Balekai scored 100 Marks in PHE. Thus, School secured 27 distinctions, 16 first class and 3 second class. We congratulate all the students for their hard efforts and teachers for their interest in the students and subjects.

Statue of Jesus-Christ, the Redeemer installed @ St. Anthony’s PU and Darshan College
“If God is all you have, you have all you need.” The vision and dream of St. Anthony’s PU and Darshan College was realized when the monument of Jesus-Christ, the Redeemer was successfully installed on the Portico of our progressive Institute. The Statue of Jesus Christ with arms open wide, a welcoming gesture, was designed and endowed with beauty by Franciscan Brother George Vitus, CMSF and his supporting hand Mr. Sandeep. The Management remains grateful to them for their kind services. The 12 feet effigy of Jesus-Christ, the Redeemer indeed reminds us all, and those who enter our Campus, that all are welcome. May Jesus-Christ, our Redeemer bless us and our mission and ministry. Seek God’s will in all you do, and he will show you the path to take - Proverbs 3:6.
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Commencement of the New Academic Year @ St. Anthony’s PU College
‘Before beginning there needs to be a plan of how you are going to get to the end’. With definite and achievable goals St. Anthony’s PU college commenced the new Academic Year 2018-19. From the year of its beginning the college has for this year highest number of Students, 311 in all. The PU College has had admissions of 163 Students so far, for the first PU. Its indeed a sign of the growing popularity of the college in and around Bengaluru for its achievements, progress and ‘Make a Difference’ approach in Educational field. The Academic Year was given start with the encouraging words of the Director, Rev. Dr. Fr. Alwyn Dias, who gave a call to be ‘positive and passionate’. Rev. Fr. Roshan Rosario, The Principal, welcomed the freshers to the Anthonian Family, and emphasized on the transformation found only at St. Anthony’s underlining the Academic Excellence and Character Formation. Every new beginning is a new opportunity to grow and to excel.
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Workshop on Creative and Happy Teaching : Trinity Central School
Anyone who stops learning is old whether 20 or 80. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. A workshop on creative and happy teaching was organized on the 24th May 2018 at the premises of Trinity Central School, Udupi. The programme was hosted by the Management, Principal and the Staff of Trinity along with Mr. Gururaj the Director of Generation Next. A formal programme was organized before the workshop. The guest speaker Mr. V. Balakrishnan, Mr. Gururaj, Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa and Ms. Maggie Lewis lit the lamp and inaugurated the event. The workshop was immediately followed by the speaker’s motivational and humorous talk on. ‘How a good teacher can become a great teacher’. Teachers from various institutions in and around Udupi attended the workshop. As all that begins well ends well even the thought providing and inspiring workshop came to an end with vote of thanks from a member of Trinity Staff. After which a delicious lunch was served for all the participants.
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Job Fair @ Darshan College
Ask yourself if what you’re doing today is getting you closer to where you want to be tomorrow. Job fairs create a platform for the Business firms and Students stepping out of educational Institute to meet together. Job fair activities are organized to help new graduates and job seekers find the careers they aspire to have. Companies and agencies also benefit from job fairs through having new, fresher additions to their teams. In order to provide an opportunity to our final year Students, Darshan College management in association with Disciple India Limited organized a Job Fair in the Campus. Companies like HP, Mahindra, Vodafone, Paytm, Angel Brokers, Eureka, Just Dial, HSBC Bank came forward for the recruitment of the freshers. Students from many of the other colleges too took part in the event. Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life.
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Flower Arrangement & Vegetable Carving @ Darshan College
‘Education is not the learning of many facts but the training of the mind to think.’ - Albert Einstein. Creativity is a wild mind and a disciplined eye. It is an intelligence having fun. Darshanites showcased creativity, aesthetic sense and their innate abilities in ikebana (Flower arrangement and decoration) and Mukimono (the art of fruit and vegetable carving). The participants used different combinations of flowers and also fruits and veggies to present their artistic skills. It was a fine-tuned display of creativity, symmetry and blend of colors. The students enthusiastically took part in the competition and their knowledge about the flowers, vegetables and fruits used were incredible. The event redefined everyone’s imaginations.
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SUMMER FUN @ Assisi School Chikodi
Summer Vocation is a great time to spend in developing talents and in doing what one could not do during the school time. Keeping this in mind St. Francis of Assisi School conducted the three days summer camp for VI to X Standard Assisi Kids only. De Paul brothers from Bangalore conducted and helped students to discover and explore their hidden talents through different activities, children learnt various lessons for their life.
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BETTER FUTURE AHEAD : Assisi School Chikodi
The valedictory function was organized by the students and teachers of St. Francis of Assisi School on 3rd April, 2018 in the school ground where students of Class 1st – 9th bid farewell to the outgoing students of class 10th wishing them better future ahead. The function began with the band procession followed by the prayer dance. Fr. Jeson Fernandes, the Principal of the school welcomed the guests and the gathering. Thereafter, Fr. Maxim (The Principal of St. Joseph’s Institute of Hotel Management, Belgaum), the chief guest welcomed the outgoing batch by bursting the paper crackers and wished them well by giving away the momentos and a motivational speech. Fr. Arun, the President of the programme enlightened the students with his inspirational speech. Students presented very interesting shadow play and group dances, which entertained the audience to the fullest. Farewell function witnessed the prize distribution for the students who had won in the musical fete. The valedictory function was ended with Thanks giving song by outgoing students.
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Annual Prize Distribution & Launching of the new Website @ Darshan College
“Goals are dreams with deadlines, so work hard in silence. Let your success be your noise”. As the quote goes, the Proud Darshanites who had created an indelible impression in various facets such as academics, Sports, Cultural events, Inter-Collegiate Competitions, NSS secured laurels from the dignitaries namely the Honourable Registrar of Bangalore University- Prof. Dr. Shivaraju C, Dr. Basavaiah, Honourable Physical Education Director, GFGC Yediyur, Rev.Fr. Nitin D’Souza, Provincial Secretary and Administrator, St. Bonaventure Province, Maharashtra. Asst. Professor Basanthi Goswamy R L was awarded as the Teacher of the Year, Kevin Amal and Nishanka were awarded as the Outstanding Students of the year and Harish Kumar of VI Sem BBA was awarded as Sportsman of the Year. The new college website www.stanthonyscollege.edu.in was launched on this occasion. Victory is not a sign that you never failed but that you persevered and never quitted.
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‘Business Quiz -2018’ @ Darshan College
‘You earn your trophies at practice, you pick them up at competitions’. A quiz competition is a form of game or mind-sport that tests one’s knowledge about a certain subject and promotes growth in knowledge, abilities and skills. To encourage this competitive spirit and enthusiasm for lifelong learning, Darshan Degree College organized ‘Business Quiz-2018’. Prior to the final, preliminary rounds were held and it witnessed a massive turn out with 52 teams taking part in it. Out of them, only six best teams were chosen for the final round. The questions ranged from wide categories such as logos, taglines, business vocabulary and recognizing the influential personalities from business and governance. Kevin Amal and Harish from final BBA topped the points table and were adjudged Champions of ‘Business Quiz - 2018’. Jayamahadeva Swamy, Asst. Prof. from the department of English was the quiz master and made the event lively and informative with interesting questions and facts.
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Thanksgiving Day : Trinity Central School
Some memories are unforgettable, remaining ever vivid and heartwarming! Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings. Be thankful for what you have, you will end up having more. Therefore Thanksgiving Day was held in Trinity Central School on 28th March, 2018 to thank for all the blessings and make the academic year a memorable one. The first graduation day was held for tiny tots of UKG as a symbol of new beginning of a beautiful life ahead. The children were given the great start in their future educational endeavor by presenting them with graduate cap by the Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa.
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Industrial Visit to Karnataka Silks & Soaps by Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“To acquire knowledge, one must study and to acquire wisdom one must observe.” In order to bridge the gap between knowing the concepts and understanding them, Darshanites marched off to an Industrial Visit to gain practical know-how and exposure, to two Manufacturing blocks - Karnataka Silks Industries Corporation Limited(KSICL) and Karnataka Soaps and Detergents Limited(KSDL) located at the cultural capital of Karnataka and also the City of Palaces-Mysore. The Students acquired ample and abundant knowledge on the various procedures involved in transformation of silkworms to the elegant silk sarees and also conversion of Sandalwood into various fragrant and aromatic products. It is rightly said that ‘observe & understand’ is better than ‘read & learn’ and for this reason it is a must to have concrete experience and exposure, reflective observation, abstract conceptualization and active experimentation.
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Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya Pothnal :The Festival of Colours/ Holi
The festival of colors holi was joyfully celebrated in Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya on 20-3-18. Students along with their class teachers and headmaster, casted the beautiful colors of holi on each other. Headmaster gave the conclusion speech for the academic year 2017-18, announcements were made regarding the summer classes and Result day being 9-4-18. At last Tr. Supriya shared the Holi message with one and all.
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Dance Competition @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
‘Dancers are the Athletes of God’, says the great Physicist of all times Albert Einstein. Dance is the Hidden language of the body and soul. With the aim of honing the dancing skills of the Students, an Intra-College Dance Competition was organized by our Institution. The vivacious dancers set the floor on fire with their energetic performances, Artistic props, dashing costumes, sprightly moves and oodles of energy. The fun filled extravaganza offered feast to the eyes of the audience. The Spectators witnessed the enthusiasm and energy of the young Darshanites as they enthralled everyone with their performances. The adjudicators, Ms. Felina Lobo and Mrs. Geetha Chandrashekhar highly complimented and adored the efforts put in by all the teams. This event proved that nothing can deter their spirit to Dance, for it is a passion to be expressed and not just an art to impress!
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SNEHA JYOTHI VIDYALAYA POTHNAL : VELEDICTORY CEREMONY
The valedictory ceremony of 2017-18 for class 10th was conducted on 13-03-2018, in the presence of staff, student and management of Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya. The programme started sharp at 10:30 am with a prayer service leaded by Sr. Apoline, students from class 9th and 8th hosted the entire programme with great joy and enthusiasm. The song sung by the students of class 9th and 8th, the comedy skit and sweet speeches by students were the main highlights. Sr. Apoline (Class teacher 10th Std) Sir Mahesh (Mathematics teacher), Rev. Fr. Sunil (Asst. Headmaster) shared their feelings on the special occasion. At last the Headmaster Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo acknowledged everyone with his thought provoking speech. The event was later followed by special lunch for all the students.
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HEADMASTERS BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION IN SNEHA JYOTHI VIDYALAYA POTHNAL
The headmaster of Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya Rev. Fr. Dominic's birthday was celebrated on 26-2-18. The Asst. Headmaster Rev. Fr. Sunil Carnelio, Sr. Martha (In charge of Anugraha boarding) and all the Staff and student of the school joyfully participated in the celebration. The birthday baby was grandly escorted to the stage and received a warm welcome from staff and students. The auspicious celebration started through the Cake cutting ceremony, followed by a beautiful wishing song. The Asst. Headmaster of the school Rev. Fr. Sunil Carnelio shared his heartfelt feelings towards the birthday celebrant. The lovely dance performances from the little children added charm to the event. Eventually the Headmaster expressed his lovely emotions and gratitude through his sweet speech.
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Debate Competition @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“For good ideas and true innovation, you need human interaction, conflict, argument, debate”. With this objective in mind, Darshan College organized a debate competition on the following two topics – ‘Will Cashless Economy Survive in Indian Context’ and ‘Has the usage of Cell phones at workplace affecting the performance of the employees’. The Students strongly voiced out their stance either ‘for’ or ‘against’ being rational at the same time critical. Prof. Jayamahadeva Swamy moderated the sessions with great discretion. Mrs. Josheela D Souza, Associate Manager, Deutsche Bank and Mrs. Priyadarshini V, Assistant Manager, Accenture, adjudged the various views presented by the students and declared the winners based on the thought provoking points, facts and figures gathered and their involvement in the debate.
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Anugraha, Bidar: women's day celebration
On March 8th, 2018 the Women’s Day was celebrated at Anugraha School Halbarga. It was a day surprising to all women teachers who were called on the stage to be guest of the day. All the women teachers were wished a happy women’s day. Fr. Karunesh spoke about the importance of women in the society. He invited all the students to understand the role of woman in all the aspects of life and to give due respect to every woman. He also invited the students to protest against all that discriminates women and give protection from atrocities that are happening on women. Thus the program ended with wishing too children.
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Bangalore University Inter-Collegiate Kho-Kho Competition @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
‘Victory is in the quality of the competition and not the final score’. Under the able leadership and guidance of Mr. Srinidhi Siddartha, Physical Education Director of Darshan College, the inter-collegiate Kho-Kho competition of Bangalore University was held in Darshan College Grounds. The event was for two days with 17 teams participating with great laudable sportsmanship spirit. The honorable BJP President of Yeshwanthpur Constituency-Mr. Maare Gowda, Mr. Satya Narayana-Kengeri Corporator, Dr. Srinivas R.-NSS Co-Ordinator Bangalore University, and Mrs. Prema, the known women social worker were the esteemed guests for the Inauguration.
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Product Launch @ Darshan College
In the words of Steve Jobs, “Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower”. With the spirit of developing cognition in product innovation and technological leadership, Darshanites were passionate depicting their originality and creativity under the title of Product Launch. Since this is the technology driven era, the Participants focused on innovation of the products with latest technology as it is the specific instrument of entrepreneurship. Various products were introduced and launched to meet the necessities of the people with a touch of simplicity, technology, novelty, and yet economical. Mr. Prasanna Kumara K., Assistant Professor at SET, and Mr. Gangaraja, Assistant Professor at SET, evaluated the event. Product launch is not about ideas but it is about making ideas happen was the formula of the day.
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“Entrepreneur in You” a Management Development Seminar @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“Opportunists seek for chance. Entrepreneurs make new chances.” With this firm Entrepreneurial mindset, Darshan College in collaboration with Primax Foundation organized the Management Development Programme on ‘Entrepreneur in You’. The program was intended to empower the aspiring minds how to pivot concepts and ideas into great money spinners. Rev. Dr. Fr. Alwyn Dias expressed his views and inspired all the participants to become entrepreneurs by taking risks, accepting the changes as they arrive but not to resist the changes. The Guests of honour were Dr. Sudhir Sharan, Dean and Professor, Ramaiah Institute of Management Studies; Prof. Rajeshwari T, Honourable President of Primax Foundation along with Dr. K V Ramanathan, Vice-President, Primax Foundation, Bangalore. The Resource Person of the day was Dr. K. Jayaraman, Professor, Taylor’s Business School (TBS), Taylor’s University, Malaysia, motivated the students:
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SCHOOL COMPOUND : SNEHA JYOTHI VIDYALAYA POTHNAL
Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya’s School compound construction started on 02-02-2018 with a good work force. The construction of compound was a pre-planned venture, and the year 2018 gave the needed possibilities to implement the venture. The management of the school expresses their heartily gratitude towards the Provincial Minister Rev.Fr.Dolphy Pias, his Councillors, Province Administrator Rev. Fr. Robin Victor and the treasurer for their financial support. Also, we express our hearty gratitude to the MLA Mr. Hampayya Nayak and MLC Mr. N.S.Boseraj for the financial assistance and support.
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SCIENCE EXHIBITION : SNEHA JYOTHI VIDYALAYA POTHNAL
Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya observed school science day on 17-2-2018. The programme stated sharp at 10.am the chief guests were Rev.Fr. Elvin lopes, Rev.Fr. Anthony Raj, Sr. Martha & Rev.Brothers of St.Clara Vihar. The other dignitaries were Rev.Fr.Dominic Sunil Lobo (Headmaster) Rev.Fr. Sunil Carnelio (Asst.Headmaster) and all the teachers of Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya. Students from class 1st - 10th Std enthusiastically took part in the exhibition students presented their extraordinary blend of science models and charts Rev.Fr.Elvin lopes acknowledged the students with his wide thoughts on science and studies, eventually Rev.Fr.Dominic addressed the vast gathering and congratulated the students for the hard work and also expressed his heart felt appreciation towards science club of Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya.
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PARENTS GATHERING : SNEHA JYOTHI VIDYALAYA POTHNAL
The 10th Std. Students parents gathering was on 19-02-2018.All the parents of 10th Std students were present to the meeting. The parents gathering was also a thanks giving meeting. The programme started with a Prayer service offered by students and the class teacher Sr.Apoline. The welcome speech was presented by Rev.Fr.Dominic sunil lobo the headmaster, he also acknowledge everyone with his valuable thoughts on students. A beautiful melody was sung by the students dedicated to their parents. Students also shared their feelings on the occasion. Parents and students were given a refreshment eventually the programme took a wind up with the vote of thanks presented by Rev.Fr.Sunil.
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STUDENT HOUSE VISITING : SNEHA JYOTHI VIDYALAYA POTHNAL
On 17-2-2018 and 18-02-2018 the Headmaster of Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya along with teachers visited the houses of 10th Std. Studens situated in the neighboring villages of Pothnal like Diddigi, Sai camp, Jeenur camp, Gonvar, Puldinni etc., The man purpose of House visiting was to know the priority of students in the matter of studies and also to understand the family background of the students, Parents welcomed the staff and management with warm greetings. The headmaster discussed about the student with the parents and provided the needed guidelines to the students and parents and wished them good luck for their upcoming board exams.
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Pedagogy championship for the School Students - St. Anthony's Church School
On 06/02/2018 and 07/02/2018 Sports Authority of India, Bangalore had organized the Pedagogy championship for the School Students. Our school students participated in different games. Following are the games in which the students own prizes. Hema of 9th standard A section, won the best player award. Along with her Greclin of 8th A, Mohammad Usman of 9th B and Sooraj of 7th B own the honorary awards. The students brought not only the prizes but also the name and honour to the school and parents respectively. The Head master honoured and appreciated all the students and P. E. T teachers.
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Scouts and Guides, of Vijayanagar celebrated the 12th Scouts and Guides Fair - St. Anthony's Church School
On 20th of January 2018, the local association of Scouts and Guides, of Vijayanagar celebrated the 12th Scouts and Guides Fair with the cooperation of Bharath Scouts and Guides Karnataka. The Fair was held from morning 8 o’clock to evening 5 o’ clock. Around 54 Scouts and Guides students of our School participated in the Fair. The Fair was held in Shri Siddaganga Public School, Chandra Layout. The talent oriented competitions were held for the students, and our students participated in all the competitions. The students won prizes in the competitions. These are the prizes they won in the competitions. The programme was well organized. The students of Scout and Guides brought honour to the school by their participation and learnt some valuable lesson for the service of the society.
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Darshan College NSS Unit Camp @ Karubele
“Tell me and I’ll forget; show me and I’ll remember; involve me and I’ll learn” inspired by these words and in accordance to the motto of National Service Scheme (NSS) “Not Me But You”, the Darshanites volunteered themselves to camp at Karubele Village. The camp was inaugurated by Prof. Dr. R Srinivas, the NSS Co-ordinator of Bangalore University, in the presence of the Chief Guest Sri. Srinivas Murthy, President of Vijayalakshmi Girls Hostel, Karubele, Rev. Dr. Fr. Alwyn Dias, the Director, Rev. Fr. George Monis, the Principal, Rev. Fr. Joy D’ Souza, Science Coordinator, Prof. Dr. Manjula, the NSS Coordinator, Prof. Divyashree, the Camp Organizer. Fifty NSS volunteers participated to deepen the spirit of other-orientedness.
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Anugrah School Bidar: Scouts and Guides
On 15th Feb, 2018 Anugraha School celebrated Santh Sevalal Jayanthi along with Scouts and Guides renewal day. The Chief Guests for the program were Mr. Anil Shashtri, Mr. Gayakwad and Mss. Jaisheela. All the wings of Scouts and Guides, Cubs and bulbuls and Bunnys had a wonderful time of renewal and recreation. Many games and sports were arranged. All the wings were well guided by the well trained personal. Moreover many a students names were enrolled for Rajya Prashashti Puraskar. The chief guests appreciated the children for their discipline and enthusiasm.

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PU Day Celebration @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
‘Wherever you go, go with all your heart’. A day was set apart to look back and be grateful; to look ahead and be hopeful; and embrace the present with greater enthusiasm. It was not a day to bid farewell but to cherish all the beautiful memories shared together in this abode of knowledge; it was not a ‘goodbye’ but ‘see you soon’. The I PU students organized a variety of cultural programs and games for the Seniors and the II PU pupil shared a part of their wonderful reminiscence from among the vast substantial experience in the campus. There was a thrill and joyous outburst as the medals were presented to the winners of various activities and events held in the Academic Year 2017-2018. ‘God be with you till we meet again, May God guide, uphold you! May you carry the flame of love and wisdom wherever you are, keep it burning all along…’ was our prayer and wishes for the Seniors!
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Annual Athletic Meet @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“Sports teaches you character; it teaches you to know what it feels like to win and lose; it teaches you about life.” To give a push to the inherent talent in sports Darshan College organized a week of inter-class competitions for boys and girls. After manoeuvring the team spirit among students, a day was dedicated to excel and exhibit their athletic spirit. Mr. A C Venkatesh, Secretary, JDS, Bengaluru Division was the Chief Guest and Mr. Gopal Krishna, International Kabaddi Player was the Guest of Honour. Sports makes one physically stronger, emotionally mature, mentally determined, so let sports always be a part of your life was the call of the Chief Guest. Students with bubbling spirit of sportsmanship participated in many sport events and the echo of the same resonated in the college campus. The Mantra of the day was ‘Winning is not everything, but making effort to win is’!
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Mad-Ads Competition @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“Good advertising does not just circulate information but it penetrates the human mind with desires and belief.” Advertisements are commercials that are designed to get the attention of the consumers. AD MAD Show is an ‘Advertisement Making Competition’ for students to showcase their creativity in Marketing products and services. It comprises of humorous and conceptual ad presentation by the students. The teams participated were given a time frame to showcase their talent. The Event was judged by Mr. Chandrashekar, HR Manager of Information Technology Arena and Mrs. Shylaja L, Manager of Operations, in Informatics India Limited, Bangalore. The performance was evaluated based on the criteria of creativity, presentation, advertisement and co-ordination. The Students of BBA, BCOM and BCA participated enthusiastically exhibiting their creative spirit. Besides showing Ads with social message it was a good confidence building exercise.
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Congratulations -Toutes nos Félicitations : Rev. Dr. Fr. Alwyn Dias
“When you are good at something you will tell everyone but when you are great at something they will tell you.” It was a moment of great joy and happiness as Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias earned the Ph.D degree from the Universitas Catholica Parisiensis, Paris, France and Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium. The Management, Staff and Students of St. Anthony’s Institutions were proud and privileged to felicitate its Director Rev. Dr. Fr. Alwyn Dias on achieving this great feat. The Laureate spoke of the path that involved struggles and sacrifices to reach the summit of achievement. He further encouraged everyone gathered to pursue the goal even when the going gets tougher. Achievement is connected with action, discipline, dedication and determination, he said. He motivated the gathering: “keep the flame burning, don’t loose heart, don’t quit the battle of life.”! Bravo Dr. Father!
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Sovereign Secular Democratic Republic : Trinity Central School
Let the colour flutter in the sky, as our spirits soar high on this day. The 69th Republic day was celebrated with patriotic fervor and gaiety in the Trinity Central School. The celebration commenced with customary unfurling and hoisting of the national flag followed by the National Anthem. The march past by the students enthralled the audience present on this occasion. The republic day message was delivered by the chief guest Rev. Fr. Claud Mascarenhas, Superior of Trinity Campus and the Correspondent of the school. The speech and dance by our students made everyone to recall the glory of our country and also feel proud to be an Indian. Thus it was a day where all of us remember and pledge to safeguard the rights and to carry out our duties. It was truly an awesome day.
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School Day Celebration @ St. Anthony's Church School
St. Anthony’s Church School celebrated its Annual Day on 5th January 2018, in the school premises. Rev. Fr. Joseph Dolphy Pais OFM Cap, The Provincial Minister, President of Capuchin Education Board Bangalore was the president of the programme. Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dais, OFM Cap, The Executive Secretary, Capuchin Education Board, Bangalore and Shri M. Krishnappa, Minister for Housing, Karnataka, MLA Vijaynagar Constituency were the chief guests of the programme. The Function started at 3:00 PM by inaugurating of New Block. Rev. Fr. Joseph Dolphy Pais, OFM Cap inaugurated the new block by cutting the ribbon and blessed the interior of the building by sprinkling the Holy Water. Following the Indian culture the programme began with welcome dance and lighting up the lamp.
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ASSISI JOURNEE : Assisi School Chikodi
With great pomp and splendor, St. Francis of Assisi school celebrated Annual day on 13th January 2018, under the title “Assisi Journee.” The function was presided over by Rev. Fr. Arun Lobo OFM Cap. The parents appreciated and enjoyed the variety of programme like diverse dances on current themes, singing, Christmas tableau and skit performed by the students. The stage arrangement and the digitalization of the programme won the hearts of the audience. The Chief Guest of the day Rev. Fr. Thomas Champakara, the principal of St. Xavier’s School, Belgaum, in his speech highlighted the quality, standard of the programme and the hard efforts of the teachers making children to get ready. He also advised the parents, their role in the all-round grow of their children. The top five of 2016-2017 X std batch were awarded and the Science Xpo 2017, prizes were given away by the guests.
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Anugraha School: Annual Function
On 19th January, 2018 Anugraha School celebrated the 8th Annual function. The day was set aside to hit the dance floor, to become witness for the value education, to honour and hail all those great hands who worked behind the success of the school. Many eminent persons had come to join in the celebration namely; Fr. Deepak Rayappa, the president of the program, Fr. Santhosh Dias, Diocese of Gulbarga, Shri. Gurubasavalinga Pattadeveru, DSP Bhalki, Vaani Behanji, Mr. Shivalingappa, BEO, Mr. Kallappa Chalakapure, DOC Bidar, Mr. H.S. Martin, Mr. Nijamuddin, Mss. Rachamma Mulge, President Gram Panchayat, Fr. Prashanth PP Halbarga and Sr. Lovely, Superior Halbarga. The program began as per the schedule, soon the ground was filled with more that 4,000 people.  It was the fabulous and well organized program. All said that such program to witness in the villages is rare. In fact it was a great witness to the locals that the school staff is working hard to bring up the standard of the students.
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Children’s Fest : Trinity Central School
A day to remember, a day to cherish, a day to celebrate, a day to recall, for its Children’s Fest day. Children’s Fest was celebrated on 13th January, 2018 in Trinity Central School under the theme of “Tulunada Vaibhava” with lots of enthusiasm and students eagerness to enjoy the day. The inaugural programme was presided by Rev. Fr. Claud Mascarenhas, Corresponddent in Trinity Campus. The chief guest of the programme was Fr. Paul Inashe, Director of Assisi Nilaya, Moodubelle and the guest of honour was Mr. Maxim D’Souza, PTA President. The Trinity Campus was filled with ecstasy and buttering with songs and dances. The games and food stalls added more glow to the day. Tiny tots exhibited the Tulunadu Culture through fancy dress which made the day more joyful one. In the evening, there was Yakshagana by the children trained by Yuvaka Mandala, Perampalli, on the theme ‘Chakravyuh’ which made the day memorable one.
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Annual Tour: Trinity Central School
Fun time, Happy time, for it’s our picnic time. Clapping hands, tapping feet, lets enjoy the picnic time. The annual Tour of Trinity Central School was scheduled on 2nd to 5th January, 2018. The batch consisted 43 students and 6 staff including the Principal Fr.Anil D’costa. The places which we were going to see were Munnar and Wonder La. We began our journey on 2nd January afternoon and reached on 3rd January morning. After the breakfast we visited the highest view point from where we could witness the beauty of the nature, the beautiful tea gardens with lush green tea bushes, silver oak trees and many other trees. Then we moved on to the Echo-point where we had lots of fun. We took group photos there. In the afternoon we visited the Kannan Devan Tea Factory. There Mr. Ernest one of the staff explained to us the tea process, its types, plantation and other information. It was indeed very informative. Later we visited the photo-point and took some photos to keep as cherishable memories.
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Christmas Celebration @ St. Anthony’s PU & Darshan College.
The Star of Bethlehem shines even today, it helps us to walk together on the right path of fraternity and of solidarity. The Christmas Celebration at the College brought together one and all as brothers and sisters to spread the good news of peace, love and harmony. Spirit of Christmas reminded everyone that we should not be blinded by hatred, violence and injustice. The Christ-event was enacted through music, carols, dance and tableau which gave an expression to the human values of caring, sharing and spreading the goodness and kindness. The Chief Guest Rev. Fr. Henry D’Souza, The Director of Shanti Sadhana, Franciscan Institute of Spirituality, India, shared an inspiring Christmas message. As God the Father gave his only son to the humanity so also we are called to give ourselves to each other. Giving gifts is an easy task, but giving oneself to the other needs great sacrifice. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2018!
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SHARE YOUR MIGHT WITH LOWLY : Assisi School Chikodi
To spread and instill in the minds of the children and parents, the name of the order and the missionary work that Holy Trinity Province, Karnataka does, St. Francis of Assisi school organized the feast for children under the title “CAPUCHIN FETE”. The Mission Secretory of the province, Rev. Dr. Fr. Charles Furtado OFM Cap., inaugurated the fete along with Fr. Paul D’souza by lighting the crackers. After that the Chief Guest Fr Charles, in his speech, appreciated and congratulated, the parents and children for their generous help, good co-operation, timely support and day today concern for school and the Assisi family. He also applauded their great step that they have taken to contribute for the Capuchin Mission through this fete. Further he voiced out, on the Capuchin Heritage and the works that Capuchin fathers do for the society in different missions. To remember, this day pre-school children had fancy dress competition and higher primary and high school children had live musical bands competition.
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Prize Distribution: Trinity Central School
Prize Distribution ceremony was held on 23rd December, 2017 with enthusiasm. This ceremony is organized every year to acknowledge and appreciate the exceptional and outstanding performance and efforts of the students. Winners of various competitions throughout the year were felicitated on this occasion. On this occasion Mr. Muthuraj, Manager, Corporation Bank, Perampalli was the chief guest of the programme. After the prize distribution, the chief guest addressed the students; he congratulated the winners and wished them for the future endeavors.
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Hard work is key for success: Assisi School Chikodi
On 14th December 2017, St. Francis of Assisi school was blessed with the presence of His Grace, Most Rt. Rev. Dr. Peter Machado, Bishop of Belgaum Diocese. In his address, he said to students that they have to work hard in this competitive world. There are no short cuts for success. Only hard work will lead you to success. We need to be children of values. The values that you learn have to practice at home and in the society. After that, he blessed all our children and wished them a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
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Christmas Celebration: Trinity Central School
It’s a Holy season, a season to be jolly for its Christmas season. On 23rd December, Trinity Central School celebrated Christmas. To set a perfect example of secularism, we celebrate all the festivals in our school. There was the Christmas tree and Crib prepared by the teachers. The cultural programmes like Christmas carols, dances, Nrithya Rupaka related to Christmas celebration and birth of Jesus added more color and value to the celebration. Everybody prayed for the permanent existence of love and peace in this violent torn world. The Principal, Fr. Anil D’costa delivered Christmas message and also prayed for the welfare of human-beings. Christmas celebration was enjoyed with great zeal. The main message that flooded throughout the programme was Love can change the world and humanity. 
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8th Annual Day Celebration: Trinity Central School
Hurrah! It’s a beautiful day, it’s a fun filled day, for it’s our Annual day. The Trinity Central School celebrated its 8th Annual day on 16th December, 2017 in school premises. It was presided over by Rev. Dr. Salvadore Fernandes, Rector, Darshan College, Banglore and the chief guest was Dr. Sukanya Martis, Principal, Sri Poornaprajna Evening College, Udupi. The guests were escorted to the programme and on the dais with the school band at 4.30pm. The programme commenced in a traditional way with the lighting of Lantern by the honorable dignitaries, that marked the Annual day theme- “Village Culture”. The Welcome dance presented by the students brought a traditional look and the formal welcome address lead by the customary welcoming brought priceless charm in the faces of dignitaries and the audience and made them feel at home.
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ANNUAL DAY CELEBRATION OF INFANT JESUS SCHOOL
On Saturday, 16th December 2017; a day of celebration for Infant Jesus School as it was all set to celebrate its 13th School Annual Day. Rev.Fr.Robin Victor OFM Cap. Administrator of Holy Trinity Province presided over the function. The Chief Guest of the day was Rev.Fr.Patrick Joannes Rao PRO of Chikmaglur Diocese. The Guests of Honour were Rev.Fr.Deepak, Superior of Infant Jesus Nivas and PTA members Shri Ramesh and Ravi Paul. The programme began with a prayer dance followed by lighting of the lamp. Rev.Fr.Andrew Jayraj, Vice-Principal formally welcomed the eminent guests. Rev.Fr.Godwin, The principal, presented the School Annual Report. This was followed by the prize distribution ceremony. Meritorious students and toppers of class X ICSE and SSLC exam were felicitated on the occasion.
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Battle of brains @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“The Pursuit of Knowledge is never ending. The day you stop seeking knowledge is the day you stop growing.” With a specific intent to better the minds of the Students with General Knowledge, St. Anthony’s Management organised Quiz competition. The response was so immense that 73 teams of two each enrolled their names. After two prelims, six teams were chosen for the finals. In a nail-biting contest Ms. Syeda Gazala and Ms. Mahalakshmi N drifted to the top of the score-board. The questions were so framed that it kept even the audience drill their minds for answers. For about more than two hours all were on their toes to see who would give the right answers. It confirmed the fact that Curiosity and Knowledge grow together; the more we know, the more we want to know.
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Bidar: Anugraha School, Visit to CM
It was a special day for Anugraha School staff and students on 13th December, 2017 as they had an auspicious chance to visit Chief Minister of Karnataka, Shree Sidramayya. This opportunity came as we have a special wing for Scouts and Guides at Anugraha School. The Bharat Scouts and Guides, Bidar requested us to welcome the Chief Minister to Bhalki city with our unique band set and march past. The students and staff actively participated in this event. Thanks to Bharat Scouts and Guides, Bidar.
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Educational Tour to Kerala: Assisi School Chikodi
Educational tour to God’s own country conducted on 19th November to 24th November, 2017. X standard children were blessed before leaving the Assisi campus. As students were travelling by train, they were wonderstruck by seeing amazing Dudhsagar splendor and scenic beauty of Konkan coast. As soon as children reached their dreamland, they paid a visit to Fort Kochi, St. Francis of Assisi Church, where Vasco-da- Gama was buried and his tomb is preserved till this day. From there they went and learnt about the Chinese Fishnet (Oldest method of catching fish). Then,they proceeded to the best part of the day ‘Marine Drive’, where they travelled to back waters and saw mighty vessels carrying huge cargos. In the evening, students rushed to the India’s biggest mall, Lulu Mall and had thrilling and adventures games and shopping.
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Vegetable Day Celebration: Trinity Central School
Hurrah! It’s a Veggie day. Green, Yellow, Orange, Red, all vegetables from the soil bed. The tiny tots of Pre-Primary section had a wonderful veggie and green day celebration on 7th of December, 2017. The children were clad with green dresses. Each child brought a vegetable of his/her choice. The vegetable day began with a wonderful assembly and a prayer song to invoke and thank god. The children then recited rhymes on vegetables. They spoke well about the importance of vegetables. And then teachers later explained them about the uses and importance of Vegetables and where they grow. The Pre-Primary teachers together prepared tasty delicious veg salad and yummy sandwiches and gave it to every child. The children also participated in the competition of identifying the different types of vegetables. It was a fruitful day for the children indeed to identify the colour and the name of the vegetables and how they help to improve their immune system and growth. Thus all of us enjoyed the day to the fullest.
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BEING A CHILD IS BEING A HUMAN : Assisi School Chikodi
St. Francis of Assisi school celebrated children’s day by appreciating children’s everyday lively presence and active participation in the school activities. On this day, teachers organized the different activities to students. The parliamentarians along with chief guest Rev. Fr. Robin Victor D’souza and principal Fr Jason Fernandes were escorted to the stage by rhythmic band. Cutting of cake enriched the joys of everyone. Chief Guest Fr Robin highlighted the importance of this day and said, all of us are children of God, we need to have childlike attitude always in our lives to draw others towards us. To mark the occasion teachers organized squad vise tug of war to the children and winners were awarded. Children learnt, in unity there is strength and team work always wins.
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Annual Athletic Meet @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“Sports do not build the Character but they reveal it.” To give a push to the inherent talent in sports St. Anthony’s PU College organized a week of inter-class competitions in Volleyball, Kabaddi, Cricket, Kho-Kho, Chess for boys and Throw-ball, badminton, Kho-Kho for girls. After manoeuvring the team spirit among students, a day was dedicated to excel and exhibit their athletic spirit. Mr. Rajath Kankar, General Secretary Karnataka State Pickle Ball and Leg Cricket Association was the Chief Guest. The President of “Ensemble Agissons-France” Mr. Daniel Helbert and Mrs. Bernadette Le Guil who partner the Vimukti-Potnal, Capuchin’s Social Action venture were the Guests of honour along with Rev. Fr. Arun Lobo, the Director of Vimukti-Chikodi. Mesmerising music of the New College Band, the colourful and orderly parade and march-past by the students added glimmer to the celebration. Students with bubbling sportsmanship participated in many sport events and the echo of the same resonated in the college campus. The Mantra of the day was ‘Winning is not everything, but making effort to win is’!
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Annual Sports Day : Sneha Jyothi Vidyalaya Pothnal
Sneha jyothi sports day happened to be on 24-11-17 and 25-11-17. The chief guests of the day were Rev. Fr. Anthony Raj (Parish priest), Rev. Fr. Thomas (Asst. Parish priest) Mrs. Mounamma Eranna (Gram panchayath president) and Mr. veeresh (Gram panchayath member). The other dignitaries were Rev. Fr. Dominic (Headmaster) and Rev. Fr.Sunil (Asst. Headmaster). The sports day took a start by a welcome dance followed by welcome speech .Students from class Pre-kg to 10th std actively participated in the event. On the special occasion Rev. Fr. Anthony Raj (Parish priest) shared his views on Sports. Rev. Fr. Thomas (Asst. Parish Priest) also acknowledged everyone about the importance of sports. Various sports like running,3000 mtrs,1500 mtrs, long jump, high jump, shot put, javelin throw, discus throw, relay etc were conducted, games like kho-kho, kabbadi, Volley ball, throw ball etc were also seen. Eventually the event took a wind up when the Headmaster presented his hearty vote of thanks.
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Annual Sports Meet @ Infant Jesus School
“The moment of victory is much too short to live for that and nothing else”. [Martina Navratilova, tennis player".
Apart from commerating victories, sports meet also aim at imparting lessons on sportsman spirit and camaraderie to children. The annual sports meet was held at Infant Jesus School on 25th November.Rev.Fr. Baptist Gonsalves OFM Cap was the Chief Guest of the ceremony. The chief guest hoisted the flag signalling the start of the sports meet, followed by the March past and Oath taking ceremony. Chief Guest Rev.Fr. Baptist Gonsalves addressed the students, highlighting the importance of sport and games in each student’s life. After the opening ceremony, group wise competitions were held for the students. The day was filled with exciting victories and near misses for the groups.
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BRIGHTNESS IN THE ASSISI CAMPUS : Assisi School Chikodi
St. Francis of Assisi School celebrated Diwali with great pomp and excitement. The celebration began with the prayer song followed by the welcome speech by Mrs. Sukanya. Goddess Laxmi was adored by performing ‘Puja’ by our teachers and parents. Dr. Bahubali Gane, the chief guest of the programme heighted the importance of Diwali Celebration. Thereafter our children performed mesmerizing dances to enhance the joy of this celebration. The graceful movements of our children in the performance fascinated the audience. The cultural progrmme ended with the vote of thanks but the campus was lit brightly with the resounding and spectacular blasts of crackers thereafter. Not only those but also the lamps which were lit on the buildings sparkled like the tiny stars on the buildings. The students of each class enjoyed the cracker show in the darkness. Our generous parents made this celebration memorable one.
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A Day outing for Tiny Tots: Trinity Central School
As a part of educational tour, we had been for a picnic on 17th of November, 2017 along with our tiny tots of UKG. We visited many different places like Temples, Churches and Mosques and explained them that different religions pray in different places. First we visited Neelavar temple and then to Goshala, where the cows are taken care with love. We showed the cowsheds with many cows. Then we visited the Brahmavar Church and told them that the Christians worship here. Also we visited Handadi mosque and made them known that this is the place where Muslims worship. In the afternoon, we had been to our teacher’s house for the lunch and refreshment. There we imparted some knowledge about some trees and plants, and also we enjoyed the snacks served by teacher. At last we visited the Santhekatte Kids Park, where our little kids had a great time and enjoyed a lot.
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Educational Tour For Nursery and LKG: Trinity Central School
On 17.11.2017, as a part of educational tour our tiny tots of Nursery and LKG have visited very many places. At first we visited Mount Rosary church and Rev Father blessed our children and asked related quarries about the school. The children answered them enthusiastically. The speciality of the church is big fan with 3 wings and children enjoyed the view of it. Then we moved on to the park and children had snacks after which children played a while and enjoyed. Later we went to Milagres Church there also father blessed the children and explained about the importance of holy place. Then we moved on to the Rose Play School run by St. Joseph sisters where children observed very many different things like toys, indoor games, Colorful pictures playing equipments, teaching aids etc. After that we had lunch and relaxed a bit and went ahead to the Mahalingeshwar temple where children played sometime in the open area and freshed up. Lastly we took a drive to Malpe beach, Padukere and also showed different means of transport and after having a wonderful educational tour we reached back the school safely.
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“A Day Out For Grade 2 Students” : Trinity Central School
On 15.11.2017, the students of Grade 2 had an educational tour to Brahmavar and Neelavar. Two buses with 102 students, 4 teachers and 2 support staffs, started their journey around 9.30 am from the school premises. First they visited the Holy Family Church, Brahmavar, and then “Ghoshale” Mahishamardhini temple, Neelavar, later Bengre beach where they had their lunch and played a while on the sand. The children enjoyed collecting the sea shells. On the way back to Malpe beach we paid a visit to Stella Martis Church, Kalmadi and reached back the school premises around 3.30 pm.
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Educational Tour For Grade 1 : Trinity Central School
On 15-11-2017 students of Grade 1 had an educational tour to Barkur and Heroor. We began our tour with the visit to Mount Rosary church, Santhekatte. The speciality of the church is the big fan. Then we moved on to shri bairava Ganapathi chalkier, Barkur where we saw chowlikere pond. After that we went to kattale basadi, there we saw many small basadies without light. Then we arrived at panchalingeshwara temple. There we saw old inscription. After which our journey went onwards to Mandarthy temple Barkur. Later we had a good lunch. After the lunch we took our drive to Krishna dairy. They offered ice-cream and we refreshed ourselves. Lastly we came to Santhekatte Play Park and children enjoyed in the park. Having a wonderful and cherishable educational tour, we reached back to the school safely.
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Kids Day out @ Infant Jesus School
On Nov.17th, the staff and students of infant Jesus School from class LKG-3rd std., went for picnic to Blue mist Resorts at Mullayanagiri. The students enjoyed the nature and environment. Teachers conducted various games, sang and danced with the students. Lunch and refreshments were served to all students. It was not just the picnic, but a platform for all students and teachers to enjoy the beauty of nature and absorb all its blessings.
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Children's fest @ Infant Jesus School
Children are loved by one and all. They win our hearts with their innocent smiles. Children’s fest was celebrated with fun and frolic at Infant Jesus School on November 14th. It was a fun filled day for the students. The teachers made the day very special, as they had a lot of fun filled activities lined for them. The day began with inaugural of the Children’s fest. Rev. Fr. John Peter OFM Cap was the chief guest and inaugurated the programme by lighting the lamp. He also addressed the students.  After the inaugural programme varieties of cultural competitions such as group dance, fancy dress, best out of waste, Rongoli and cooking without fire were held. Students actively participated in the competitions and won the prizes. In the afternoon, teachers entertained students by presenting a variety of entertainment programme. The school campus was buzzing with excitement and joy colourfully dressed children. It was just the end of the day, but the flavour of the event was absorbed by each and every one.
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Discovering Perspicacity : Trinity Central School
To enrich and exhibit the creative talents of our students, flower arrangement to classes Nursery to UKG, Wealth out of Waste for classes 1st to 5th and Collage and Poster making for classes 6th to 10th were conducted on 14.11.2017. The event helped the students to express their ideas in an innovative way to think outside the box and to use colors in creative way. No wonder the outcome of it was splendid bouquettes, inventive artifacts and inspirational posters. On the whole it was an unforgettable day.
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Children’s Day Celebration : Trinity Central School
“We were all children once. We all share the desire for the well being of our children, which has always been and will continue to be the most universally cherished aspiration of humankind”. On the 14th November which is specially marked for children, Children’s Day’ celebrations were held in Trinity campus. The special assembly activity of the day was conducted by the teachers. The teachers enthusiastically participated in setting the stage on fire by dancing and singing the songs to entertain their wards and make their day more joyful one. The campus was buzzing with excitement and joy with colourfully dressed children and teachers say to it that the day was indeed a memorable one.
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Children's Day: Anugraha School, Bidar
On 14th November, 2017 Anugraha school celebrated the Children’s day in honour of our First Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. It was a splendid day as children marched towards the school with colorful dresses. The day witnessed a beautiful stage program by the most enthusiastic staff of Anugraha. Miss DK Vaani, Brahmakumar madam was the chief guest of the day. The staff entertained the children with welcome dance, humorous skit, advertisements, dances etc. The school also organized Fancy Dress Competition for the children to entertain them. Many parents were present for the program and enjoyed every moment. Happy children’s day. Every children is the future of our country.
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Trinity Family an energetic get together
Trinity Family made yet another energetic get together through ‘Parents Sports Day’ on Saturday, 11th November 2017. The occasion was inaugurated by releasing the balloons by the chief guest Fr.Ronson, CSC Parish Priest of Katapadi church, who also received the salute from the teachers and parents through their gracious march. The Parents sports day began with sprint events where in our energetic and vibrant parents dashed with full vigor. The event also had field events like Shot put and 3 legged race for men and lucky games like tapping the balloon and filling the bottle with water for women. The afternoon was reserved for throw ball and volleyball matches to men and women respectively. The day ended with congratulating winners with medals and certificate. The day was so meaningful that parents enjoyed to their hearts content and exhibited their talents recalling their childhood memories.
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Sports Day – Grade 3 to Grade 10 : Trinity Central School
“Gold medals aren’t really made of gold. They are made of sweet, determination and a hard work”. The much awaited Annual Sports day for students of classes 3rd to 10th were held on Friday, 10th November, 2017. The fantastic turnout from the parents and the pleasant weather were the perfect boost for the students on their Sports day at Trinity Central School. The chief guest, Mr.Madhukar.S received the salute from the House wise squads, Scouts and Guides and cubs and Bulbuls students through the impressive March past. The students entered into the occasion in a grand way with the oath being administered by the Principal Rev Fr. Anil D’costa.
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Sports Day: Anugraha School
On 11th November, 2017 Sports Day was organized at Anugraha school premises. Mr. Linganand the CRP Halbarga was present for the inaugural program. The aim of Sports day was the around growth of the children. All students participated actively. The staff arranged the day well.
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Sports Day – Nursery to Grade 2 : Trinity Central School
The much awaited Annual Sports Day of Nursery to Grade 2 was held on 09.11.2017. Sport is an integral part of every student’s life at Trinity Central School. True to it, sports day was a splendid occasion for them to showcase their speed and agility on the field. The program began by welcoming the chief guest Mr. Sudhakar Prabhu and the Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa on the dais through the school band and Captains Master Afnan of Grade 2 A and Miss Shreeya of Grade 2 C. Sports day got into a start by the unfurling of the school flag and declaration of the sports meet open by releasing the balloons in the air. A spectacular, impressive and a well synchronized march past by the 5 houses was the most beautiful sight to see. The tiny tots dressed in their house uniforms marched unanimously to the rhythm of the band. The burning torch which ignites the passion of sporting spirit was carried by the students and handed over to the chief guest as the symbol of enlightenment.
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Eloquence Competition: “Impact of Internet” @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore
“There is nothing like Oratory, it is a skill that can turn a commoner into a King.” In order to give a boost to the inherent potentiality of the Students in public speaking College provided a platform by means of Eloquence competition. As many as 24 and 23 students stepped forward to exhibit their skill in oracy in English and Kannada languages respectively. Prof. Jayamahadeva Swamy and Rev. Fr. Joy D’ Souza along with Prof. Ambarish and Prof. Ayyappa, Kannada Lecturer BBMP College formed the Jury. The participants with radiating confidence and indomitable courage voiced out their views on “The Impact of Internet on the Students.” The jury members appreciated the participants and encouraged others to make the best out of the opportunities given. The world today believes that if you can speak, you can influence; if you can influence, you can change lives; if you change lives, you can change the nation and the world!
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“Campus to Corporate” Industrial Visit by the Students of Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“To acquire knowledge, one must study; to acquire wisdom, one must observe.” It is rightly said that ‘observe & understand’ is better than ‘read & learn’. In this pursuit, Darshan College with the collaboration of Primax Foundation organized a day’s Industrial Visit to Coca Cola Beverages, Bidadi; Britannia Pvt. Ltd., Bidadi and the Deccan Herald Printing Press, Kumbalagudu. Students were amazed at the speed at which the process occurred and how the automated systems could be set according to requirements of the company without involving much human intervention. The students were briefed about the journalistic experiences and how a ‘journalist must be ready to fire a bullet and receive a bullet’. The visit was a success as the students were enlightened and gained practical exposure about the particularities of the Food and Beverages as well as Print World uncovered and unleashed.
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Educational Tour to Mangalore Port and Sultan Bateri  : Trinity Central School
On 07.11.2017 students of Grade 7 went out for their excursion to Mangalore Port and Sultan Bateri, as part of their study. After completing the security formalities the students were taken into the port through Mallya Gate. An officer from the port accompanied us to guide, and shared his valuable information on various goods that are being imported and exported to and from the port. After spending sufficient time at the port, students were taken to Sultan Bateri: A watch tower constructed by Tippu Sultan to keep an eye on ships travelling through ‘Gurupura River’. The children enjoyed their stay at Sultan Batheri appreciating the skill and architecture of ancient times. Undeniably, the outing was a rich learning experience to all the students.
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Trinity Central School Cubs and Bulbuls/Scouts and Guides Camp
A two days camp was organized by the active flock leaders, Scouts and Guides captains of Trinity at Scouts and Guides Training Centre, Pragathinagar, Alevoor, for Cubs/Bulbuls/Scouts and Guides on 04.11.2017 and 05.11.2017. 64 students of the school participated in this event. The Principal of the school, Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa and the Scout master Mr. Anand Adiga were present for the investiture ceremony. The students were excited to get trained in different activities namely hoisting the flag, tying the knots, learning about first aid, hiking with woodcraft sign, preparing a tent, craft work, gadgets preparation, blind tray etc. 4th November being a last day, ended with camp fire. The not helped them to enjoy the weekend in a fruitful way, but also to gain necessary skillful training.
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Educational Tour to Temple City and to RUDSET : Trinity Central School
Students of Grade 4 as a part of curriculum visited RUDSET institution in Brahmhavar as well as temple city of Barkur on 03.11.2017. Rural Development and Self Employment Training Institute (RUDSETI), a unique initiative in mitigating the problem of unemployment, was taken way back in 1982 under the visionary leadership of DR. D Veerendra Hegde, Dharmadhikari of Dharmasthala along with Syndicate Bank and Canara Bank. The visit to this institution helped the students to learn and know more about vocational training courses held by this institution. Barkur, the city of temples made students appreciate the ancient cultural tradition as well as the wonders of the architecture. The artifact and carvings on temples like Choulikeri Siddi Vinayaka Temple, Pancha Mahalingeshwara Temple, Kathale Basadi over and above the inscriptions on them enabled the children to enrich themselves on the glory of Barkur city. This was the objective of educational tour was completely accomplished.
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Scouts and Guides Foundation day: Anugraha School Bidar
On 07/11/2017 being the Scouts and Guides Foundation Day the Bharat Scouts and Guides Bidar Dist., decided to celebrate the day with Anugraha School, Halbarga, Bidar. It was a privilege for Anugraha as they chose our school as the well disciplined and dedicated school towards Scouts and Guides movement in entire district. On this accession there were many eminent guests specially Mss. Guramma Siddareddy, Mr. Chalakapure, DOC Bidar, Mr. Bershetty Former DOC and district Physical Education officer. Everyone appreciated the discipline of the students. On this occasion the flag tickets were distributed.
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Kannada Rajyotsava Celebration @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
ಕನ್ನಡ ಎನೆ ಕುಣಿದಾಡುವುದೆನ್ನೆದೆ ಕನ್ನಡ ಎನೆ ಕಿವಿ ನಿಮಿರುವುದು, with this burning spirit and zeal the St. Anthony’s PU College celebrated 62nd Kannada Rajyotsava. The Chief Guest for the occasion was an eminent Kannada Poet Professor Dr. T. Yallappa, Government First Grade College, K. R. Puram. Gracing the event by lighting the lamp, respected Chief Guest, hailed the contribution of Christian missionaries towards Kannada. Kannada is not just a language to be learnt, but a culture, a tradition of the people of Karnataka to be inherited by everyone who lives within its wide embrace. Celebration of Kannada should not be limited to one day in a year but every moment in the life of a Kannadiga. We should be proud about our rich heritage and not be ashamed of it, striving to keep it alive to the future generations was his call for all. Students put their steps together for dance and other cultural programs. Pretty little angels from ‘Sparsha’, a home for all, joined the College Students to express their love towards Kannada. Prof. Manjula, Prof. Ambarish and Prof. Bharati organised the event. All were convinced of the fact, ಎಲ್ಲಾದರು ಇರು ಎಂತಾದರು ಇರು ಎಂದೆಂದಿಗೂ ನೀ ಕನ್ನಡವಾಗಿರು.
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Handwriting Competition : Trinity Central School
It is believed that handwriting determines a person’s personality. At Trinity we strive to develop wonderful personalities and gift them to the society in large. In this regard, to enhance the calligraphic abilities the handwriting competition was held on 03.11.2017 for our tiny fingers of LKG and UKG. The tiny Trinitarians participated with great zeal and joy and showed to the world, their ability to write beautifully.
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Karnataka Rajyosthava: Anugraha, Halbarga
On 1st November, 2017 the staff and students celebrated the ‘union of Karnataka.’ The students put up an extraordinary performance that day with speeches and dances. The chief guest for the function was Mr. Arjun Kanak, the congress youth Leader for Basavakalyan. He addressed the children on the occasion. He said that bringing up of Kannada literature and culture is the prime responsibility of every kannadiga. Then the children marched to Halbarga in procession to make an impression about the day. All the villagers were marveled at the discipline and slogans of Anugraha Students. Thus the function ended with sweet distribution to all students and staff.
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Flowers & Bouquet Competition @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“Flowers are the music of the ground, from earth’s lips spoken without sound”. Flowers have got a magical talent to convert an ordinary place into a beautiful palace. In order to enhance the attitude of appreciating the beauty of flowers among students, the Management of St. Anthony’s PU College organised, flower arranging competition. The participants brought a variety of colourful and magnificent flowers, and bedecked them in attractive and awe-inspiring order. Rev. Fr. Albert Lewis, the Dean of Studies at Darshan Institute of Theology and Mrs. Carmel Rani adjudged the best flower arrangement among all the splendid display. The creative arrangement of flowers struck the aesthetic eyes of the jury and gained their praise. May every Student be like a flower that is unique, has its own splendid fragrance and beauty to share with the world around!
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ಕಸ್ತೂರಿ ಕನ್ನಡ
“ಕನ್ನಡ ಎನೆ ಕುಣಿದಾಡುವುದೆನ್ನೆದೆ
ಕನ್ನಡ ಎನೆ ಮೈ ನಿಮಿರುವುದು”

Trinity Central School
These lyrics of prominent National poet Kuvempu was practically felt by every Trinitarian as the school anticipated the Karnataka Rajyotsava celebration on 31.10.2017 with great enthusiasm. Students presented beautiful dances depicting the rich cultural heritage of Karnataka that enthralled the audience. The speech delivered by Vruddhi of Grade 8 shed light on formation of State of Karnatake and its rich background. The Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa also spoke about the importance of learning Kannada and threw up some questions on the students to recall and enhance their knowledge on history of Karnataka. Overall the event generated a sense of pride in the minds of young Trinitarians for being a part of Kannada culture that is so rich and vibrant.
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Cookery Competition : “La cuisine” @ St. Anthony’s PU & Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“The greatest wealth is Health.” This is due to the reason that every time we consume food, we are either feeding disease or fighting it. In this regard, Our Anthonian and Darshanite Chefs thought like Scientists, organized like the Accountants, plated like the Artists and cooked like Grandmas - a variety of cuisines which were organic and had contributed to bring some kind of food revolution in this fast food era. 27 teams from PU Section and 25 teams from Degree Section took part in the competition. The four versatile and expert Jury members Mrs. Jasmine D’ Souza and Mr. Joseph D’ Souza for 25 teams of Degree section and Prof. Yogananda of GSG College, Ramanagar and Mrs. Shantala for 27 teams of PU students, adjudicated the recipes made by the participants. The Jury members were very fascinated with the Authenticity and deliciousness of the cuisines. This was the most memorable day as Food was the ingredient that bounded us together. May the passion for cooking increase as it brings taste to tongue, beauty to life and wealth to health!
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Sneha Jyothi Rangoli Competion 2017-18
The Rangoli competion for the Academic year 2017-18 was held on 28-10-17 under the direction of the Headmaster. Students from class 5th to 10th actively participated in the competition. The judges were Rev.Fr.Anthony Raj(parish priest) ,Rev.Fr.Elvin lopes and Sr.Martha(Anugraha boarding in-charge). Eventually,The winners were announced by the Rev.Fr.Elvin in the assembly. The Sneha Jyothi school ground was greatly filled with the Vibrant colors of Rangoli.
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Inspection for Permanent Affiliation : Trinity Central School
To evaluate the teaching and learning, for the betterment of the school, and for the permanent affiliation of the school, Dr. Fr. Joseph C.M visited our school on 25.10.2017 (Tuesday) at 9:00 am. During the assembly the Trinity family welcomed Dr. Fr. Joseph C.M whole heartedly through a troupe of band, and honoured him. Dr. Fr. Joseph C.M witnessed the school assembly activity presented by young talents of Trinity and congratulated them for bringing out their best. Then he proceeded with the school inspection, where he took keen interest to meet each student and the staff members and encouraged whole Trinity family for its hospitality, talent and infrastructure. The following day i.e. on 26.10.2017, the school proposed gratitude with a beautiful memento that would remind him the memories of visit to TRINITY CENTRAL SCHOOL and might make him to visit casually any day in his lifetime. The Principal of the school, Rev. Fr. Anil D’costa thanked Dr. Fr. Joseph C.M and wished for his future endeavours.
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Pencil Sketch & Essay Competitions at Darshan College & St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“Art enables us to find ourselves and to lose ourselves at the same time.” In this regard, the Pencil Sketch Competitions for the PU as well as Degree students were organized. The theme ‘Save Rivers’ inspired the PU Students to act and to give expression through art the plight of our rivers today. For the Degree Students the theme was ‘Historical Monuments’. As our country is endowed with opulent palaces, ancient forts, majestic structures that stand as historical monuments depicting the tales of romance, bravery, strength and battles. Students beautifully and artistically designed on paper the state of the rivers and the beauty of the monuments making the observers see the creative, imaginative and innovative minds hidden behind those arts. The topic for the Essay competition was ‘Impact of Travel and Tourism on Indian Economy’, as India’s travel and tourism sector ranks 7th in the world in terms of its total contribution to the country’s economy. The enthusiasm of the students radiated the social concern and the responsibility towards the nation building!
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Blood Donation Camp @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“You don’t have to be a doctor to save lives, just donate blood.” With this noble thought NSS unit of Darshan College organized a blood donation camp in partnership with Indian Red Cross Society on 14th October 2017. The objective of the event was to bring in awareness among the students to volunteer and participate in noble causes such as blood donation. The event was coordinated by Prof. Jayamahadeva Swamy M, Prof. Manjula and Prof. Divyashree. Prior to the event, awareness was brought about in and through poster making, slogan writing and placards by voluntary students, along with banners to collaborate with the public for the event. The event witnessed a large number of donors: Director, Principal, Science Co-Ordinator, Faculty members, Administrative Staff, Students, Parents, Neighbors, Rev. Brothers, Rev. Sisters and the alumni of the College. The program concluded with a thank you note by the Director Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias to all the participating members and the volunteers. The Certificate of Appreciation was presented by the Indian Red Cross Society to the institution. “Give blood, save life”!
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CET, NEET, JEE Mains & Advanced Coaching Classes @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
‘Life isn’t about finding yourself, life is about creating yourself’. The Management and faculty of St. Anthony’s PU College organized a half-day orientation program for the parents and students on the Entrance Exams such as CET, NEET, JEE Mains & Advanced. After the Inauguration, the Resource person Prof. Sarat C. Kumar in his presentation made everyone understand, the necessity, scope, opportunities and pattern of these exams. He also briefed about the course of action envisioned by our Institute. Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias, the Director motivated the parents with a familial dialogue saying, ‘We all, Parents and the Institute, should leave no stone unturned to bring out the best in our children’. The Parent community appreciated, encouraged the Management and endorsed the plan with an overwhelming response assuring their full support. The Study material for these competitive exams was also distributed to the Students. May our little progress each day add up to a brighter tomorrow!
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Rangoli and Mehendi Competition @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
In the words of Mark Twain, “India is the cradle of human race, the birth place of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend and the great grandmother of tradition. Our most valuable and most constructive materials in the history of man are treasured up in India only.” In this context, Darshanites competed and witnessed to tradition-upholding competitions - One is Rangoli and the other is Mehendi. Mehendi adorns the Hands and Life takes on a new colour. Rangoli is made to welcome the Almighty to the houses for blessing with good health, wealth, peace and fortune. The Mehendi and Rangoli flair expedition acknowledged an irresistible and awe inspiring response. The enthusiastic participants carved out overwhelmingly inventive designs. Regardless of acquaintance and experience, they festooned, adorned and ornamented their hands with Mehendi designs which assisted them to enhance their confidence in the art. The judges appreciated and cherished the efforts and talent of the participants and wished them good luck for their future endeavours!
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Diwali Celebration : Trinity Central School
‘Diwali – the festival of lights’, is celebrated all over India in order to welcome Rama after his victory over Ravana. The whole school wore a festive look with diyas, crafts and colours of Rangoli. The tiny Trinitarians from Nursery, LKG and UKG, exercised their little fingers with clay diyas, which was a feast to the viewers. Meanwhile, the expressive Grade 1 to 5 students exhibited their talents in craft with awesome varieties. The colours of Rangoli filled the hall as the students of Grade 6 to 10 displayed their artistic Rangolies. Fun and frolic was part of Diwali celebration, when our girls of Grade 8, 9 and 10 went on a ramp dropped in saries. It was fun to watch our boys tail the elephant blind folded which made some wonders, if the elephant would forget where its original tail was.
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“Education – An Enriching Experience with Visuals” : Trinity Central School
Fun, frolic and learning. Yes, this is what exactly an educational tour can be best be described. The buzzy bees of our Grade 5, Section A and B went on an educational tour when the calendar showed 9th in the month of October, 2017. The two school buses carried with them an enthusiastic group of 55 children accompanied by four teachers. The buses headed to the butterfly park at Belvai. The children first embarked on the life cycle of a butterfly and the varieties of butterflies found around the place, through a documentary. The children took a stroll in the natural habitat of the butterflies and witnessed the gleeful life of 400+ butterflies in the park. Moving away from the world of butterflies the group headed to witness the awesome architectural and historic wonder of the Jain era, Savira Kambada Basadi and the Gomateshwara statue.
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Dance Competition – Juniors : Trinity Central School
With the aim of honing the dancing skills of our tiny tots, the dance competition was organized for students of Nursery to Grade 2 on 06.10.2017. The viracious dancers set the floor on fire with their energetic performances. The tiny tots not only danced out their innocence to the rhythmic tunes but also put their little cute steps with all their might mesmerizing all who were gathered. Indeed it was a fun filled and enthusiastic day for the little ones.
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Dance Competition – Seniors : Trinity Central School
To encourage the talents of Trinitarians of Grade 3 to 10, platform was provided in the school on 04.10.2017. The twinklets of Trinity performed various dance forms through their beautiful steps that brought charm and euphoria among all the pupils after the hectic schedule of exams. The competition was truly a muscle-loosener and stress-buster for all the Trinitarians.
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Seminar on Event Management @ Darshan College
“Multilevel multitasking multiplied multiple times is Event Management’. With a view and vision to make the SWOC (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges) in organizing an event, the Management of Darshan College provided the platform to all the Students to attend a Seminar on Event Management on 9th of September 2017. The Resource Person of the day was Mr. Ashok, Renowned Theatre Artist who is popularly known as Jembe Ashok and Madhyam Ashok from R.R. Nagar, Bangalore. He articulated the areas related and facets that have to be considered to make an event successful and appraisable, insisting on identifying and getting familiarized with the trendy and most vital aspects of Event Management. The success of an event does not depend on how many participated in it but in how well it was organized.
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Founder’s Day Celebration : Trinity Central School
“Make Me an Instrument of Your Peace”, the famous peace prayer of all time is attributed to St. Francis of Assisi, the Founder of Franciscan family. Trinity Central School, Perampalli, being a unit of Franciscan Capuchin Friars Service Society, celebrated its Founder’s Day on 04.10.2017. On this occasion, the Vice-Principal, Rev. Fr. Wilson Sequeira, spoke on the significance of the day and about the life of St. Francis who lead a simple peaceful life and thus setting an example for all. The Principal, Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa offered a tribute to the statue of St. Francis through flowers exclaiming him as the God’s true messenger. Thereafter the students sang the prayer song and performed a fascinating dance for the peace prayer and showed to the audience that St. Francis was truly a lover of peace and patron of ecology. To make this occasion, a special sumptuous meal was also served to all the Trinitarians.
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Gandhi Jayanthi Celebration : Trinity Central School
Live as if you were to die tomorrow; learn as if you were to live forever. True to the adage, the Gandhi Jayanthi celebrations were held in our school campus on 3rd October, 2017 to pay tribute to the father of our nation. The assembly began with ‘All faith prayer’ led by the Scouts and Guides students. On this occasion an inspirational speech on the life and achievements of Mahatma Gandhi was delivered by Melanie of Grade 8. It was rich with anecdotes of Gandhiji and life history. The assembly concluded with the Bapu’s favorite devotional song – ‘Raghupathi Raghav Raja Ram’, sung by school choir. Indeed an ambience of peace and harmony was created as the students formed an ode to the Great personality.
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Seminar on Presentation Skills @ Darshan College
‘If you can speak you can influence, if you can influence you can change lives’. To develop the presentation skills among Students, Darshan College organized a seminar on personality development and presentation skills. The event acknowledged the gracious presence of the Resource Person Prof. Naveen Noronha, Professor, Mechanical Engineering, RV College of Engineering, presided by Rev. Fr. George Monis, the Principal, Darshan College and Rev. Fr. Joy Wilson D’Souza, Science Co-ordinator. Prof. Naveen Noronha stressed on the vital aspects and importance of Presentation Skills in the enhancement of the Career Development. He laid down the prevailing ‘pathetic situation of students turning out unemployable even though they are exceptionally qualified’. He explained about the parameters that are to be inculcated and implemented while presenting. Presentation skills do matter, because it will reach the audience before you say anything. All that counts today is your person and your personality!
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Gandhi Jayanthi Celebration @ Infant Jesus School
“A student is he who continuously uses his faculty of observation and carves out for himself a path of life”. Mahatma Gandhi.
Gandhi Jayanthi was celebrated on 2nd October 2017 at Infant Jesus School. The programme began with a prayer song. A devotional ambience prevailed as the programme started with meaningful prayer service in the form of “Sarva Dharma Prathana”. As Gandhiji said,” The need of the moment is not one religion but mutual respect and tolerance of different religions”. It was proved, as students read each verse from the Bible, Quran and BhagavatGeeta. Rev.Fr.Godwin, Principal addressed the students and exhorted to imbibe the Gandhian principles of truth and non-voilence.

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Today’s Science is tomorrow’s technology : Assisi School Chikodi
On title Science Xpo, the science department of St. Francis of Assisi School Chikodi, scientifically organized science exhibition on Saturday, 16th September, 2017. The programme was inaugurated by Mr. K GopalaKrishnan, Head of the Department of Physics at KLE Independent PU College, Chikodi, along with guest of honour Rev. Sr. Idoline Rodrigues, Head Mistress of Loretto School, Batwal, Mangalore. The exhibition spanned all the three branches of Science: Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Students from VI-X grade displayed various advancements in hydraulic principle, production of electricity, density of matter, etc. There was a separate section on advancements in Mathematics and Chemistry experiments. The science show highlighted experiments related to electricity, air pressure, ect. Parents, professors, teachers and students from other schools and colleges were astonished by the variety of models and the communication skills of St. Francis of Assisi school’s budding scientists. The judges applauded the ideas and creative mind of the students and congratulated all the teachers for their hard efforts in putting up such educational show.
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TEACHING IS NOT FOR LIFE BUT FOR ALL ETERNITY  : Assisi School Chikodi
If a nation is on rapid growth and produces potential individuals in different spheres, it is because of hard working, dedicated and committed teachers. The Teachers’ Day at St. Francis of Assisi school was celebrated on 7th September by the school parliament in order to show the honour, students hold for the teachers. Teachers accompanied by the school band were welcomed with showers of flowers to the school auditorium. Children through their skits, dances and songs assured, that they will be always grateful, respectful and obedient students.
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Shining Trinitarians : Trinity Central School
9th September, 2017 was a ‘Red Letter Day’ in the annals of Trinity as we bagged two prizes in the Inter school Quiz competition held in G.M Vidyaniketan School Brahmavar. The 8th G.M Quiz Fest which was hels for both teachers as well as students was a grand event. Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao and Mr. Ranjith Rai who participated in the teacher’s category bagged the 3rd place while Neil D’Souza of Grade 10 and Leon of Grade 9 bagged the 2nd place. With this stupendous performance the teachers as well as students have held the Trinity flag very high and have made us all proud.
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Beauty of Art : Trinity Central School
Every child is an artist. Keeping this in mind and to explore the creative potentials in our students, the drawing competition was organized on 5th September, 2017 for all the students. The children showcased their creative skills by imprinting their thoughts into the sheets with sketches and colours.
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Teacher's Day Celebration at Trinity
A Teacher is a Source of Love and Inspiration. A Great Teacher Can Change Your Life
Teacher’s day at Trinity was celebrated with zeal and enthusiasm on 5th September, 2017. The P.T.A members of our school organized a program to felicitate the selfless service of our teachers. As a mark of acknowledgement and recognition, the teachers were honoured by the P.T.A members. Mrs. Magdalina Lewis, the academic co-ordinator was felicitated as a representative of the entire teaching faculty, along with Mrs. Poornima Devadiga for acquiring the P.Hd degree from Madras University. Rev. Fr. Claud Mascarenhas, Rev. Fr. Wilson Vijay Sequeira, Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao, the co-ordinators, P.T.A members and all the teachers along with the students were present on this occasion. The monetary aid which was collected for the treatment of our 5th Grade student Master Mihir, who is suffering from “Thalassemia major”, was handed over to his mother his mother on the same occasion.

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Teachers' Day Celebrated @ Infant Jesus School
“Teacher- a source of love and inspiration, a great teacher can change your life”.
Teachers Day at Infant Jesus School was celebrated with full zeal and enthusiasm. The day started with giving a tribute to Dr.Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan. The day had an emotional and recreational touch. The school students’ council did all the preparations with complete energy and excitement. There were various games conducted for the teachers and students also performed various dances. The students thanked teachers for their commitment and dedication to the cause of education. The teachers were overwhelmed on seeing the colourful entertainment programme put up by the students. Principal, Fr.Godwin congratulated the teachers on the eve of the Teachers Day and thanked all the students for their love and appreciation.

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Teachers’ Day Celebration @ St. Anthony’s PU & Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
‘A teacher takes a hand, opens the mind and touches the heart’. With a view to make the day, kept aside to honor the gifted persons who strive every day to make sure that the future is bright for all the students, the proud Anthonians organized a memorable program for all the faculty members. With their enchanting and enthralling songs, mind-blowing and fascinating dance performances and humorous skits and games, the students made all the enseignants to enjoy, relish and feel refreshed. The Director Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias addressed the students on the vital role played by Teachers in the lives of the students in classrooms and outside. A good teacher not only imparts knowledge but also instills values and principles through one’s life example. Every teacher feels proud of the students when they become responsible and noble citizens. May every effort of every teacher be fruitful in our lives!
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Anugraha School: Teacher's day
On 5th of September, 2017 Anugraha School celebrated the Teacher’s day. The teachers of the school were the chief guest for the function. The children welcomed the teachers and the gathering in a very creative manner. The children honoured the teachers with beautiful roses and appreciations. Many speeches were heard in appreciation of the tireless efforts of the teachers. The teachers also shared their experience as teachers in our school. They expressed their joy and satisfaction being in teaching profession. Along with teacher’s day celebration also the group and individual dance competition was arranged. The principal Fr. Richard Kadiwal distributed the gifts to the teachers as a gratitude for the service they are rendering in the school. The program ended with powerful speech by a UKG student.
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Parents-Teachers Meet @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“A parent is a teacher at home and a teacher is a parent in College.” With this thought, for better co-ordination and collaboration Darshan College organised Parents-Teachers meet. The representatives lighted the lamp and invoked God’s abundant blessings. The Director, Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias, addressed the Parent community and stressed on the paramount importance of parent-children bonding with the analogy of head, heart and hands. The resource person of the day Mr. Karthik Raju, Chartered Accountant and Co-ordinator of Pragna Learning Centre, gave an overview about the advantages of taking up competitive exams like CA, CPT, ICWA, IAS, KAS etc. The Principal, Rev.Fr. George Monis, enlightened the parents by laying down certain guidelines which the parents and students must follow in order to achieve the goals and objectives of being here.
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Doctor in Trinity Campus
Trinity is proud to add one more shining feather to its cap. One of our teachers, Ms. Poornima Devadiga has been awarded Ph.D for completing her Hindi Doctoral project on the theme “Jnan Chathurvedi Kathasahithya Ek Vishleshan”. The management, staff and the students congratulated her on this achievement through a small felicitation programme on 24.08.2017 and wished her great success in her future endeavors.
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Fancy Dress, Mono Act and Mimicry : Trinity Central School
Trinity always strives to bring out the talents in students. On 23.08.2017 there was a Fancy Dress Competition for Grade 1 to 5 and Grade 6 to 10 had Mono Act and Mimicry Competition. The event was so successful that it helped our shining stars to upgrade their talents and also to exhibit their hidden skills.
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Mehendi Competition @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“Beauty attracts the eye, but personality captures the heart” with this in mind St Anthony’s PU College organised Mehendi competition that integrates both beauty and personality, and gives an expression to it in art. The Mehendi talent hunt competition received an overwhelming response. The zealous participants etched out awe inspiring creative designs. Irrespective of exposure and experience, they adorned their hands with Mehendi designs which helped them boost their confidence in the art. The judges appreciated the efforts and talent of the participated students and wished them all the best for their future endeavours. The dormant interest in art was given an opportunity to evolve. May the external art of Mehendi continue to be one of the magnificent reflections of the inner-self!
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LET OUR CHILDREN GROW IN FREEDOM : Assisi School Chikodi
A day filled with significance and marked with red letter in the Indian calendar; Independence Day. The day, where all the Indian citizens remember with reverence and pride great heroes, who shed their blood for the freedom of this land. Our school, St. Francis of Assisi celebrated this national festival with great pomp and grandeur. National flag was hoisted at 8:30am by the Chief guest Fr. Stephen Kachappilly OFM Cap, belonging to the custody of Premjyothi, Delhi, in the presence of Fr Jason, the Principal of the school, Fr Paul D’souza, teachers, students and parents. After this, there was rhythmic march past which astonished the audience on the ground. Silent parade, lotus formation, group dances and skits on freedom fighters led people into patriotic sentiments. “Sacrifice of oneself to the nation, led people to gain freedom from the foreign rulers”, highlighted by the Chief Guest in his speech.
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Sa Re Ga Ma Pa : Trinity Central School
The little champs of Trinity actively participated in the singing competition, which was held on 21.08.2017. The melodious voices of our nightingales filled the Trinity Campus and thrilled the hearts and souls of everybody present. The event was for an entire day which indeed created musical atmosphere in the campus as well as provided an opportunity for the upcoming Champs to explore their talents and enhance their skills.
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Independence Day Celebration @ St. Anthony’s PU & Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“He who loves his country best,will strive to make it best.” With burning fire of love for the country and bubbling patriotic spirit the Anthonian family gathered together to pay honour and respect to our Motherland, India. Though in the rainy weather, the countenance of all assembled was bright with enthusiasm to celebrate the 71st Independence day. Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias, the Director hoisted the National flag, said that we truly honour the sacrifices of our national leaders when we live the values they died for.
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Sare Jahan Se Acha : Trinity Central School
On 15th August, 2017 befitting the occasion Independence Day was celebrated in our school premises with zeal and spirit. The Chief Guest of the day Commodore Jerome Castelino along with Correspondent of the school, Fr. Claud Mascarenhas, Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa, Vice Principal, administrator, parents, teachers and students witnessed the program. Later Indian tricolor was unfurled by Commodore Jerome Castelino and inspired the gathering with his motivational input. Thereafter principal, Rev Fr. Anil D’Costa addressed the gatherings. Student’s talents were also exhibited on this memorable day through dances and speech. The ceremony concluded with the light refreshment.
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Independence Day Celebration @ Infant Jesus School
The Independence Day has a great importance in every citizen’s life. This day reminds us every year that freedom is sacred and citizens must do everything to ensure that it shall not be endangered. The 71st Independence Day Celebration was held with great patriotic fervour at Infant Jesus School. Rev.Frs. George Godwin, Amar Lobo and Baptist Gonsalves, Parents-Teachers Association members Mr.Purushotham, Ravi Paul and Ramesh were on the dais. The National Flag, the pride of our nation was hoisted by the Principal, Rev.Fr.George Godwin, who inspired the students to nurture in them the spirit of unity and integrity .March Past, drills and entertainment programme were the part of the Independence Day celebrations. Winners of the various school competitions were awarded with prizes. Breakfast and Badam milk was served to all the students and parents after the programme.
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Independence Day: Anugraha School
On 15th August, 2017 Independence Day was celebrated at Anugraha School, Halbarga, Bidar. Amidst the atmosphere of Scouts and Guides, the celebration was filled with real patriotism. Miss DK Vijayalaxmi Behanji, Brahmakumari, was the chief guest for the function. Fr. Prashantkumar, Fr. Karunesh and Sr. Lovely DSS added the grandeur for the program. The chief hoisted the flag and delivered a beautiful speech about the traditions and culture of India which led to freedom movement but they are disappearing today. The age-old values which held India’s head high are compromised in many ways she said. Then the children put up a creative program and gave witness of patriotism through march-past dance and drama to those who present in the premises.
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Fruit and Red Colour Day : Trinity Central School
Life is beautiful with colours. It becomes more beautiful when one starts to experience it. Our tiny stars of Pre-Primary section had this rare and wonderful opportunity on 10.08.2017, as they celebrated Fruits Day and Red Colour Day. They not only learnt the different names, colours and uses of fruits but also sang and danced for the fruit song. In a nutshell, the tiny tots were looking like Angels in God’s own garden.
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Singing Competition @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
The month of August, resounds and radiates a strong sense of patriotism keeping the memory of the great sacrifices of our national leaders and our elder brothers and sisters. Every patriotic song expresses this theme so vehemently that it calls for unity and harmony among the population. To create this sense of belongingness and oneness of the nation and of the unity in diversity the College organized Patriotic song Singing Competition. The Principal, Rev. Fr. George Monis, warmly welcomed the Chief Guest Mr. Prashanth M Agera, from Kengeri Satellite Town, a renowned personality in the field of Music & Art. The Science Co-ordinator, Rev. Fr. Joy D’ Souza, joined the team to judge the competition. The Duets and the groups recalled the lovely memories of the history of our nation and sang melodiously to the best of their capacities.
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Achievers felicitated at Infant Jesus School
The achievers of Zonal level sports competition which was held at Chikmaglur recently were felicitated at Infant Jesus School during assembly, to encourage and motivate them for further excellence. Infant Jesus School higher primary students brought laurels to the school by winning 1st prize both boys and girls in Kabaddi and winning 2nd prize in 400 m Relay. Special thanks to our school PE teachers Mr.Santhosh & Mrs.Bindu for training the students for the competition.
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Fancy dress competition at Infant Jesus School
A grand and gorgeous fancy dress competition was held at Infant Jesus School on 5th August 2017. Students of ICSE section from UKG-Class IV actively participated in the competition. Students came forward displaying their vibrant costumes and enjoyed participating in the competition. The competition brought an amiable ambience and the judges retorted with their applause. Thanks to parents for their great collaboration. It was indeed a mesmerizing event which would be etched in our memory for a long time.
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Magic show @ Infant Jesus School
A magic show was organised at Infant Jesus School on August 3rd.The show was performed by famous magician Mr. John from Chikmaglur. He performed many tricks and illusion that made the staff and the students watch him in rapt attention and excitement. The magic wand, the magic words and the interesting and distinctive style of magician kept everybody astounded. School Principal Fr.Godwin thanked Mr. John for making the day a really magical and entertaining everyone. The show was a great success and the children enjoyed it very much.
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BE THE BEST FRIEND : Assisi School Chikodi
One of the best and most valued relationship on this earth is friendship. To inculcate this value in the ‘hearts and minds’ of children, St. Francis of Assisi school celebrated friendship day on August 5, 2017. Children came with variety and colourful friendship bands and tied to their best friends and teachers, expressing their sentiments of love, respect and gratitude to them. Speaking on friendship, Fr Jason Principal of the school quoted the quotation from Book of Sirach, “Faithful friends are a sturdy shelter: whoever finds one has found a treasure (6:14).” Thus, he stressed the importance of friendship and truthfulness in the dealing with one’s friend. It’s only genuineness can transform one true and faithful friend. As the Independence Day of India is approaching squad wise patriotic singing competition was held for the primary and high school students.
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House wise Quiz Competition  : Trinity Central School
To improve general knowledge and aptitude of our genius sparkling stars, there was a house wise quiz competition held on 08.08.2017. The senior and junior level competition was organized by the teachers in 5 rounds. It was a wonderful opportunity for the students to showcase their talents and step forward in the path of success.
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Fresher’s Day @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore
Bonhomie is the key ingredient for success in all our endeavors as it makes everyone feel important and cultivates a sense of belongingness. To sow the seed of this friendliness, happiness, conviviality and belongingness, the senior students organized Fresher’s Day for the new-arrivals. The Chief Guest Prof. Dr. Mahananda B Chittawadagi, Vice-Principal of KLE Nijalingappa College motivated the students with her own personal experience and examples from life: “have bigger dreams, set higher goals, seek something beyond, finally work towards it tirelessly till you achieve & realize it”.
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Trinity’s Taekwondo Champion
Master Rohan Danny of Grade 8 has made the Trinitarians feel proud by winning a bronze medal in National Sub-Senior Taekwondo Championship Competition held at Bengaluru on 05.08.2017. The management and the staff congratulated the Taekwondoin, for his stupendous feat and wished him a bright future ahead. May he be a Sports prospect of India.
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Be Green Go Green : Assisi School Chikodi
Recently, Chikodi region had good showers. St. Francis of Assisi School thought it’s an apt time to celebrate Vanamohotsava. On 26-07-2017, Children came with green dress, carrying plants in their hands. A solemn assembly was conducted by the students under the title ‘Be Green, Go Green’. The Principal in his short message gave a clarion call to students to take the example of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron of the school, the patron of ecology . St. Francis showed great respect to the mother earth, the plants and the creatures of this planet. Children, who contributed plants were appreciated for their generosity towards school garden. They sang the canticle of Brother Sun and praised God for the beautiful creation. After the assembly students planted the plants in the garden. We are also thankful to Rev. Frs. Sathish Fernandes and Edwin for their presence, expertise and support during the setting out the plants in the soil.
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Inauguration of NSS 2017-18 @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore
“What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world remains immortal.” In line with the inspiration Darshan College strives to inculcate the sense of service in the minds of students through National Service Scheme. The inaugural function of NSS year 2017-18 began by invoking divine blessings and by lighting of the lamp by the dignitaries. NSS Unit of the college presented a comprehensive view of the various activities held in service of humanity in-campus and off-campus. The NSS Regional Director, Dr. Arun Poojar stressed on inculcating the practice of service, contributing towards the personality development and character building in respect of ethics and moral values.
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Phonics in Effective teaching to make the class room feel homely : Trinity Central School
In order to enhance the knowledge on Phonics, an become an effective and caring teacher as well as to relax from the daily schedule, the Trinity teachers underwent a workshop on Phonics and Teaching methodology which was organized by Macmillan Education under the able guidance of Mrs. Sowmya Sathish Shetty on 05.08.2017. The activities such as flash cards, chain game etc, made the day lively and memorable. The session was so effective that teachers were of the opinion that it could be inculcated into the class room teaching especially for Nursery, Kindergarten, and Grade 1 to 5.
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Anugraha Bidar: health is wealth through Yoga
Anugraha School arranged a seminar on “Health is wealth through Yoga”. Mr. Yogi Vaijanath from Shimoga. I was a half day seminar bringing awareness about the maintaining good health through the practice of Yoga. The yogi also taught children how to treat the cold, cough, and simple ailments with home medicines. There was also session on meditation; all the students and teachers were lead into meditation. Indeed it was a resourceful session.
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Class wise Quiz Competition : Trinity Central School
To encourage the young minds of Trinity, to be the prodigies the school conducted class wise Quiz competition on 02.08.2017. The event helped the young brains to retrieve the information effectively from their memory. The outcome of the competition was positive as one could see apt answers and ready replies from the quiz minds.
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First Batch of CA-CPT Students @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
With courage, dedication and determination the first batch of CA-CPT students dared to appear for the exams. They were ably accompanied by Professors: Priyanka, Rashmi and Shramila. The assistance from the Degree Principal Rev. Fr. George, PU Principal Rev. Fr. Roshan, and the remote preparation from the part of the Chartered Accountant Mr. Agnel Pereira, Glen D’souza and Dean Pereira is praiseworthy. Every student made an extra effort to walk an extra mile of their academic life while doing B.Com. Immense gratitude and thanks to the Professors and Chartered Accountants! Felicitations to the future CA’s! Bravo! May you excel and be the best in building the nation!
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Parents-Teachers Association : Anugraha School
On 22nd July, 2017 Anugraha hosted the PTA meeting. Mr. Kallappa Chalakapure, the former CRP Halbarga and Yunus the B.Ed college professor, Kamtane College Bidar were the chief guests and resource persons of the day. The cooperation of the parents was appreciating as they cooperated with the plans and projects of the school. The resource persons spoke about the responsibility of the parents and teachers towards the children. The resource persons spoke that every child is not private property of parents, rather he/she is the resource of the country; they are being formed in the hands of parents and teachers, therefore, our example of good life is very important. Every child is the citizen of Indian in the making very much care should be taken in forming them.
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ENJOY GOOD HEALTH : Assisi School Chikodi
Today’s world is an advanced one but not a healthy one. Many communicable diseases have been eradicated. It is the non-communicable diseases that are causing harm to the human race. On July 19, 2017 Dr. Rajendra Salagare M.B.B.S , M.D, a pediatrician and a child specialist, along with a team of six doctors, conducted a health camp for children of our school. The following day, he conducted an awareness seminar for students of class VIII, IX and X. He made the students realize the diseases caused by an unhealthy life style. He instructed the students on how to change their life style to have better health. He gave an awareness to the students on how obesity could lead to diseases such as blood pressure and diabetes. He adviced the students to have an healthy diet and to exercise regularly.
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Honouring Merit Students : Trinity Central School
A tiny acknowledgement leads to lot of encouragement. The Trinity merit students were honoured on 17.07.2017 and were congratulated by all the Trinity Management. The former P.T.A President Mr. Naveen Fernandes and present P.T.A President Mr. Maxim D’Souza were present along with Fr Claud Mascarenhas, the Manager, Fr. Anil D’Costa, the Principal and Fr. Wilson Sequeira, the Vice-Principal to congratulate the tiny tots. On this occasion, the school gladly felicitated and remained grateful to Mr. Naveen Fernandes for his dedicated service to the school as a P.T.A President. Thereafter Mr. Naveen Fernandes made use of the opportunity to address the students and inspired them to develop leadership qualities and thereby achieve success in life.
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Speech and Skit competition @ St. Anthony's Church School
On 8th July 2017 we held Speech and Skit competition for our students. Students have prepared well for the competition, and it was a great opportunity for them to express what they feel on the given topic. Teacher’s and judges were surprised by seeing their hidden talent and sense of humor.
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Birthday Celebration of Fr. Claud Mascarenhas
The blessing of our school, Fr. Claud Mascarenhas, our beloved manager celebrated his birthday on 13th July, 2017. On this occasion our honorable Principal Fr. Anil D’costa spoke a few words about Fr. Claud by refreshing his memories which he had spent with him. A special cake was cut on this occasion. After which Fr. Claud addressed the students and motivated them for their better academic future.
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House wise Spell Bee : Trinity Central School
House wise spell bee competition was organized for the first time in the school campus on 12th July, 2017. The students participated with great enthusiasm and paned through the toughest words. This competition was a wonderful learning source for all the participants. This competition also helped the students to enrich their vocabulary bank and to catch hold of new words.
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Shining Star of Trinity
There is no dearth for talents at Trinity. Because at trinity the students are always on the ladder of excellence. Rohan Danny our young lad of Grade VIII has made all of us proud by securing first place in AICS (Association of ICSE and CBSE Schools) level Elocution Competition, held at Christ School Manipal on 08-07-2017. The Principal, Staff members and the Management congratulated the student for his marvellous achievement.
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HAPPY ID TO OUR MUSLIM BRETHREN : Assisi School Chikodi
BISSMILLA IRRHAMA NERHAEIM!
(In the Name of Allah the most Beneficent and Merciful)

St. Francis of Assisi school wished showers of blessings on all Muslim brethren by celebrating the feast of Ramzan in the school auditorium. The festive mood began with a prayer song, followed by welcome speech by Ms Nidha. To have solidarity, children of different community joined in performing dance, songs and skit to highlight the importance of the Ramzan. The teacher of the Urdu school, Mr Jafer Sharif, the chief guest of the day spoke proudly on the five pillars; Kalama, Namaz, Roza, Zakat and Haij of Islam. He also spoke on significance of Ramzan in Muslim’s life. Fr Arun, the president of the programme upheld in his message, the objective behind the celebration, i.e., to inculcate a sense of oneness among children.
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New Academic Year @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore
“The Secret of getting ahead is getting started”. With this auspicious thought in mind Darshan College commenced the new academic year 2017-18. Symbolising the new beginning the lamp was lit, paving a way for B.Com, BCA and BBA courses. The Director, Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias introduced the faculty members and then called upon the students to attain the Academic Excellence and spoke on the positive side of discipline which facilitates every student to do the right thing at the right time in the right place. The Principal, Rev. Fr. George Monis, briefed the students on the holistic growth through the curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. He reaffirmed: “We believe in building character, inspiring minds and enriching experiences which lasts a life time”.
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Upcoming Spellerbrities : Trinity Central School
In order to improve students’ spelling skills, and enrich their vocabulary bank as well as to provide valuable experience in their English knowledge, “Spell Bee” competition was held to students of Grade I to Grade X on 06.07.2017. The drill helped our young ‘spellerbrities’ to sharpen their language skill.
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Anugraha School: Vanamahotsava
On 5th July 6, 2017 Anugraha school, Halbarga celebrated the Vanamahotsava. Mr. Umakanth, the Deputy Range Forest Officer, Bhalki and Sr. Lovely DSS were the chief guests for the program. The school band welcomed them in a grand manner. A plant was planted symbolically to welcome the students to grow trees. Mr. Umakanth gave a wonderful message to the students with stories and many examples. Thereafter the students were distributed plants to grow as class wise. The principal Fr. Richard Kadiwal announced that the best grown tree would be given a best prize. Thus the program ended by planting the trees in the Anugraha Campus.
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VARIOUS COMPETITIONS @ St. Anthony's Church School
On 17-6-2017 Saturday St. Anthony's Church School held Colours day celebration, Chart competition and solo singing competition in the school premises.
Colours day celebration by class 1st to 4th standard: Red colour was represented by 1st A and 3rd B. The colour stood for power, light from darkness, love and romance. White colour was represented by 2nd B/C for peace and purity. Orange colour was represented by 2nd A for courage, bravery and sacrifice. Blue colour was represented by 4th A and 1st B for royalty and encouragement. Yellow colour was represented by 4th C the colour of radiance and bright fullness. Pink colour by 3rd C expressed its beauty. All sections teachers and students wore dressed of their particular class colours, brought charts, fruits, Vegetables, pictures and balloons for display.
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Investiture Ceremony : Trinity Central School
To provide leadership opportunities to the students, the school cabinet was formed through election. The school held the Investiture ceremony with great enthusiasm on 23-06-2017. It was a solemn occasion where young students were all prepared to don the mantle of leadership and discharge the responsibilities entrusted upon them. The event was animated by our principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’costa. Dr Gerald Pinto, the former principal of Milagres College was the chief guest. Vice Principal of the school Rev. Fr. Wilson sequeira, Correspondent of the school Rev. Fr. Claud Mascarehnas, the Academic Co-ordinator Mrs. Magdalina Lenris were present on the dais.
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Election : Trinity Central School
Real education is not that just informs, but that which transforms. At trinity Central School we aim to transform rural students as learners into complete human beings who will be the resources of this great nation. Hence, to bring in the sense of democracy among our students, the school cabinet election was held through secret ballot system on 20-06-2017. Our principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’costa casted the first vote followed by the teachers and students from Grade III to X. The results were declared the same evening, in which out of 6 candidates Neil D’souza and Valen Ferrao were elected as SPL and ASPL respectively. After which sweets were distributed to all the students.
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“One more golden feather to Trinity”
Trinity reached its zenith by adding another feather to its cap as our star students Neil Viren D’souza of Grade X and Shreeya Shetty of class Grade IX bagged the first place in English elocution and third place in English story writing competitions respectively. The Association of ICSE and CBSE Schools (AICS) level literary event which was held at Madhava Kripa School, Manipal on 1st of July 2017 was truly a trailer for the better things to come.

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International Yoga Day Celebration : Trinity Central School
Yoga, aims at the consciousness for a state of perfect spiritual insight and tranquility. In order to have a holistic body and mind co-ordination, Trinity Scouts and Guides along with their Scout Master and Guide Captain attended the “International Yoga Day Celebration” at Muniyal Medical College, Manipal on 21.06.2017. The students were inspired by the Yogasanas taught by the masters and Medical College students. In the whole, it was a learning experience for all the students to enhance their Yoga talents.
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Understanding Human Body – Workshop : Trinity Central School
In order to update and replenish the practical knowledge on Human body, organ systems and the physiological process of all the organs, the Biology teachers Mrs. Deepthi Bhat and Mrs. Pavithra G Kini, attended the workshop “Understanding the Human body” at Melaka Manipal Medical College, Manipal on 17.06.2017. The Teachers came out of the workshop enriching their knowledge and enhancing their skills. They also made it a point to impart their learnings into the Biological minds of Trinity.

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Learn from your heart : Assisi School Chikodi
St. Francis of Assisi students of VII to X were blessed to have Rev. Fr Baptist Rodrigues on 16 June 2017 to motivate them through his inspiring thoughts and videos. He enlightened them to have a goal and vision in life. Talents, abilities, skills and opportunities must be made use of to the best of one’s capacity. Faith in God and oneself, support of parents and friends, learning with humility and dedication will make one’s future bright and authentic. He remarked, “Challenges are given to excel in one’s life.”
Teaching is not a profession, it’s a vocation
Skillful teacher training course was given by Rev. Fr. Baptist Rodrigues to the School teachers on 17 June 2017.

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Understanding Physics : Trinity Central School
The association of CBSE and ICSE schools took initiative to conduct a workshop on “Physics “at Madhav Kripa School, Manipal, on 29.06.17. Two of our enthusiastic teachers viz, Mrs.Sunitha and Mrs.Sujatha attended the workshop and participated actively. The workshop which included group discussion on basic concepts of Physics as well as practical knowledge on the element of physics was very much educative and participants felt that this could be applied in our class room teaching in order to make it more effective.

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Literary Competition : Trinity Central School
In order to bring out the talents of the trinity wards the school conducted Story telling competition for grade 1 to grade 5 and Elocution/ Declamation competitions for grade 6 to grade 10. The children actively took part in the competitions and showed the sign of becoming future orators.
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Freshers’ Day @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore
A hundred new faces, but a million dreams. Welcoming these bright faces to an unchartered ocean of knowledge… fear and anxiety are bound to creep into these novice minds. It’s a subtle effort to make their celebrations big, nurture their dreams and deliver words of wisdom. With great fervour and enthusiasm the new comers were welcomed in a friendly atmosphere to encourage their creative impulses and to boost their confidence. A little lilting music and the chunk of ice, new faces, smiles all along, resounding laughter – yes it is party time! Students chilled out “Fresher Party” in a magnanimous way, for every fresher a memorable day, an opportunity to feel at home away from home and imbibe in them faith that they are not alone.
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Ramzan Day Celebration : Trinity Central School
To bring out the festivity and the brotherhood, as well as to share our joys with Muslim friends, Trinity twinklets, organized the “Ramzan Celebration” in the school premises on 28.06.2017. During the celebration the importance of Ramzan was displayed through various skits and songs. In the absence of principal, Rev.Fr.Wilson Sequeira the Vice-principal congratulated and thanked all the students for organizing such beautiful program. On this occasion, in the afternoon delicious lunch was served for all the students.
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Vanamahostava Celebration : Trinity Central School
Nature is a gift of god. As it is the duty of every Individual to protect and conserve every essence of the nature, Trinity family took its precious time in celebrating Vanamahostava Day on 23.06.2017 through procession towards Ambagilu that was carried on further by planting the saplings in Ambagilu circle. This unique initiative taken by the school was much appreciated by the public.
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The Commencement of Talent of Trinity
The students of our school are stake holders and we are committed to the overall development of our students. Each person born in this world has some special talents. And we at Trinity Central School provide a platform to express and explore these great talents. The Saturday activity classes is one such opportunity where the students involve themselves in Karate, Drawing, Classical dance, Classical music, Western dance, Western music, Chess, Skating, Swimming, Taekwondo so on and so forth. So for the academic year 2017-18 the activity classes were inaugurated on 10/06/2017. The Principal along with the activity teachers inaugurated the classes by lighting the lamp. Every Saturday the activity classes are conducted for the students so that they nurture their talents in a befitting manner.
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Parents Meet at St. Francis of Assisi School Chikodi
"A parent is a teacher at home and a teacher is a parent in school and the child is the centre of our universe". Under the able guidance of our director and principal, an orientation programme was organised for the parents of St Francis of Assisi School. The aim was to familiarise the parents with the curriculum, rules and regulations of the school, teaching and co-scholastic activities. The programme commenced with the prayer song by X std students followed by the welcome to the speaker of the day Rev Fr. John Peter , Rev Fr. Arun Lobo, the director and Fr. Jason, the Principal. Thereafter Fr. Jason addressed the gathering. In his speech he laid stress on the rules and regulations and developmental plans to uplift the school and sought the support and suggestions.
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Ramzan Celebration @ Infant Jesus School
As part of their learning about different religious practices, to teach the students about the significance of Ramzan festival, Infant Jesus School observed Ramzan celebration on 23rd June. Hazrath’s Salim and Shaffi were the chief guests of the celebration. In their speech they enlightened the students on the importance of Ramadan month, significance of fasting, the need to do charity, the gain of self –control and self-discipline. Speeches, prayers and Qawali’s were performed. Rev.Frs. Godwin, Deepak, Andrew Jairaj and Amar Lobo witnessed the event and added grace to the celebration. As part of the celebration “Dates” were distributed to the students.
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Inauguration of the students’ council 2017-18 @ Infant Jesus School
Inauguration of the students’ council 2017-18 of Infant Jesus School was held on June 15th, 2017 during the school assembly. Rev.Fr.Godwin, Principal in his inaugural address wished the students a very useful and a wonderful year of students’ council. The school SPL and DSPL Vishweshara P, Rakshita, Shashank Gowda and Shilpa along with other ministers took the oath to work for the progress of the student community in collaboration with the staff. This was administered by the Principal Fr.Godwin.Rev.Frs. Deepak, Andrew Jairaj and Amar Lobo were present for the assembly. Vishweshara P, School SPL proposed vote of thanks. Mr.Santhosh compered the programme.
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Parents’ Orientation & Felicitation of the Toppers @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
‘Education is a shared Responsibility’. Together we can achieve the best possible, with this objective in mind, St. Anthony’s PU College organized the Parents’ Orientation Program. The parents were encouraged to understand their role and responsibility in accompanying their children as they grow adolescents. The holistic growth and proficiency in all spheres of life are possible only when the mutual co-operation and collaboration exists between the Management, Faculty and Parents. The Director, Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias emphasized on the importance of head: to think with them, heart: to understand them and hands: to touch and be near them - a language that can have an indelible impact on the Students.
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Installation of St Anthony's Church School Cabinet:
For the Academic year 2017-18, St Anthony's Church School has elected Master Ricky Ronaldo as the SPL and Miss Adeena P A as the ASPL. A grand Swearing-in Ceremony was held at the school campus. Fr. Prem Lawrence D'souza was the President of the function who proposed the oath of secrecy to the SPL ASPL and Twelve ministers. SPL and ASPL thanked the gathering for electing them as their leader for this academic year. Fr Prem delivered a beautiful speech and said: "Leader is the one who knows the way, goes the way and shows the way. Leadership is not about a title or designation. Therefore if your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, and become more, then you will be good leader.
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SPL ASPL ELECTIONS  : St. Anthony's Church School, Gangondanahalli
St. Anthony's Church School conducted the elections for the SPL and ASPL for the academic year 2017-18. Tenth Standard Students were given a chance to stand for the election of SPL. Eleven Students contested for the post of SPL. Ninth Standard students contested for the post of ASPL. They were 33 in total. All the candidates were given a chance to campaign through a public speech. Each candidate was given a symbol. The election was held as a replica of the assembly elections. All the students from fifth to tenth standard participated in voting. The counter was set up for the verification of the identity cards after which the little finger of the left hand was marked with the ink and then the students were given the ballot paper for SPL followed by the ASPL ballot. Here below are some of the pictures:
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A Big word of THANKS for your valuable service : St. Anthony's Church School, Gangondanahalli
With a heavy heart St. Anthony's Church School bid farewell to six of its staff members on 10th of June, 2017. Sr. Celine leaves us on account of her transfer to Madhya Pradesh. Mrs. Deepthi left the institution due to her personal commitments. Mrs. Raziya and Mrs. Umme Salma have taken leave in view of pursuing further studies. Mr. Malleshappa and Mrs. Ahalya are retired due to age. The whole institution is grateful to the meritorious service they have rendered to the institution for the past years. The institution wishes them "All the Best" for their future endeavours. Long live St. Anthony's Church School.
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World Environment Day Celebration @ Infant Jesus School.
World environment day was celebrated with full enthusiasm at Infant Jesus School on 5th June. Students and staff participated in plantation drive to make the surroundings green and students were helped to understand the importance of the three P’s: Protect, Preserve and Promote ‘Mother Earth”’.
 
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Inaugural of new academic year @ Infant Jesus School.
The inauguration of the new academic year 2017-18, for infant Jesus school was held on 5th June 2017. The chief dignitary of the day was Rev.Fr. Deepak Rayappa, Superior of Infant Jesus Nivas. The other dignitaries present were Fr.George Godwin, Principal; Fr.Andrew Jairaj, Vice-Principal and Fr. Amar Lobo, Director-Padre Pio study Home. The ceremony commenced with a prayer song by the school choir. This was followed by the ceremonious lighting of the lamp by the dignitaries. The prayers were then recited, followed by readings taken from the Bhagavadh Gita, The Quran and the Bible. Rev.Frs. Deepak and Godwin addressed the students and the staff. During the inaugural ceremony toppers of class 10 students were felicitated and teachers were also felicitated. The inaugural ceremony then concluded with school anthem.
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New Academic year begins at St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
‘In life nobody can go back and start anew but anyone can start today and have a better tomorrow!’ New academic year began with lot of newness especially with the new science stream. The Chief Guest, Charted Accountant, Mr. Agnel Pereira, inaugurated the academic year by lighting the lamp in the august presence of Rev. Fr. Roshan Rosario, Principal of PU College, Rev. Fr. George Monis, Principal of Darshan College, Rev. Fr. Joy D’ Souza, Science Co-Ordinator, Mrs. Suchitra, Vice Principal, the faculty members, students and freshers. In his address Mr. Agnel Pereira, CA., called upon the students to open up their hearts and minds to the wisdom and knowledge which is imparted in the institution in view of the holistic development and human transformation.
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Expertising English in Trinity
At Trinity we aim to bring a holistic approach to education. We give a lot of opportunities for our students to enrich their knowledge in various ways. In order to make our students the best speakers and prolific writers, Trinity school organized a basic course on Phonetics, Vocabulary, Communication and Spoken English. An extremely profound, experienced and intellectual person Prof. Raja Victor gave an efficious training from 01.06.2017 to 08.06.2017 to the students of class 6th to 10th. Our students were enlightened in knowledge and in practicality of English knowledge.
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Environment day @ St. Anthony's Church School, Gangondanahalli
St. Anthony's Church School celebrated the world environment day on 08th of June, 2017. The students from 8th, 9th and 10th around 450 of them went on "awareness rally" in the locality. The disciplined rally was led by the school band, Scouts and Guides and the staff members. The children shouted slogans pro environment and called the people's attention towards "Swachcha Bharath" Many of the local political leaders and the people joined us in voicing out care and concern for the nature. Manju a student from ninth std. delivered a beautiful speech on the need of protecting nature. Sir Narayanaswamy gave a very informative speech on the present scenario of the world with all its pollution. Children had a beautiful street play on the responsibility of saving the nature for the future.
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Anugraha Ashram: Pastoral visitation and School Re-opening
On 11th and 12th of June, 2017, there was a pastoral visitation at Anugraha Ashram. Rt. Rev. Fr. Michael Miranda, the bishop of Gulbarga was welcomed to Anugraha Ashram, Halbarga. During his pastoral visitation he visited the Anugraha community, Sisters and parishioners. In his visit he highlighted the dire need of giving faith-formation to the people of this area. He also formally reopened the School that day. In his speech he said that education is a primary weapon to change the society, and Anugraha church school is on the verge of giving you all-round growth. He wished the students and staff all the best for the academic year 2017-18.
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Another milestone at St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore
“Strength and growth only come through continuous effort and struggle’ says Napoleon Hill. Truly St. Anthony’s PU College has achieved another milestone, has gained another star to its crown, by opening the portals to the Science Stream: PCMB, PCMC, PCME. The State Government of Karnataka, Pre-University Education Board has granted permission to St. Anthony’s PU College to train and to form the future leaders in technology and science. With this added colour to the beauty of the Institution, may it continue to be an abode of wisdom that ensures holistic development of the global leaders of tomorrow. St. Anthony’s being a unique campus for quality education and academic excellence empowers students to explore and excel!
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Felicitation for Our Students : Trinity Central School
A felicitation program was organized to the outgoing students of Grade 10, who came out with flying colours by securing 100% results in ICSE examination 2016-17. The teachers as well as the Principal congratulated the students and wished them success in their future. The students overwhelmed with gratitude recalled their memories in the school. With grateful hearts they thanked their teachers and bid adieu to their Alma mater for the final time as students of the school.
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Academic Opening day at St. Francis of Assisi School Chikodi
With great enthusiasm, the School reopened on 1st June 2017. St. Francis of Assisi School was filled With happiness by the Presence of the students. The day began with a prayerful hymn to the Almighty and Benevolent God by the X std students followed by Welcome Ceremony. New-comers were welcomed with school band in a procession during the assembly .The School Principal, Fr. Jason, held the lighted Candle and the new Comers lit their Candles as a sign of incorporating them into the family of Assisians. New teachers were also welcomed by Fr. Jason by offering a bouquet of flowers. It was a special day for the school as the new building was blessed by Fr.Arun lobo and was inaugurated by Fr. Paul D’souza.
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Trinity Central School Slams Hatrick Century
Trinity Central School climbed up to the ladder of success for the third consecutive year as the students of 3rd ICSE batch secured 100% results in ICSE examination 2016-17. As a result, the efforts of the students and hard work of teachers was paid in the full. The result not only brought unmatched joy and rejoicing among Trinity family but also raised its standard of qualitative education in the vicinity of Udupi.

A GREAT STORY TO TELL : St. Francis of Assisi school, Chikodi
St. Francis of Assisi school, Chikodi was elevated by looking at the grand result of the 10th Std students who appeared for the ICSE examination 2017. School secured 100% results. Prasad Jambagi scored 91.33% and stood first in the class. Sammed scored 100 Marks in Mathematics. 13 secured distinctions, 18 First class and 2 second class. School remains grateful for the hard efforts of students and teachers who really took personal interest in them taking daily classes from 8.30am to 6.00pm. We say big thanks for all the friars, parents and well wishers for their prayers for our students.

Trinity Family Comes Together : Trinity Central School
The Parents – Teachers meeting of this academic year 2017-18 was organized on 31st May 2017at 2.30 p.m. in order to implement new ideas in teaching and learning. The program was compared by Mrs. Sushma Suvarna. The newly built basket ball court and computer lab was blessed and inaugurated by Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias, Vicar Provincial Karnataka Capuchin Friars. A fruitful and inspired talk on effective parenting was delivered by Mr. Leslie Arouza, the director and counselor of Udupi Diocese family Commission. The faculty was introduced by Mrs. Archana Shetty. Thereafter Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa, the Principal of the school introduced new plans for the academic year 2017-18 and sought Co-operation of both parents and students.
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Enrichment of Knowledge in Trinity Classroom  : Trinity Central School
To enhance the knowledge of our teachers, three days enrichment programme was orgamized from 29th May 2017 to 31st May 2017. The event was made rich with Dr. Mahabaleshwara Rao, Dr. Madhumala K and Dr. Virupaksha Devaramane. Besides, also an interactive session by Dr. Sr. Judy Lewis about counseling techniques and its applications. The teachers were truly refreshed and rejuvenated during these 3 days.
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Flower Decoration and Vegetable Carving @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore
Flowers are a proud assertion that a ray of beauty out-values all the utilities of the World. Flowers have the greatest talent in converting an ordinary place into a magical palace. Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature. Vegetables and fruits are not only meant for just maintaining well balanced diet but also to exhibit God’s providential creation. Hence the Darshanites participated creatively by giving shape, shade, shadow, figure and contours to the flowers, fruits and vegetables. The competitors were ably judged by the honorable jury Rev. Sr. Bindu, Superior of Holy Family Convent & Asst. Headmistress of Jnana Bodhini High School, and Prof. Chaya Devi N, Department of Kannada, Adarsha Evening College.
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Product Launch Initiative @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore
“A Secret of getting ahead is getting started. Opportunities don’t happen. You create the opportunities.” To start with the Darshanites with their creative and innovative minds launched “start-up” initiatives. These “product launch initiatives” were designed to achieve the specific purpose of creating awareness and publicity for a particular product/brand. The future entrepreneurs of Darshan College got into the job seriously so that they get practical exercise and experience of the competitive and commercial world. One was better than the other; the best bagged all the glory of the show. The event was graced and judged by Prof. Ranganath Swamy from Adarsh College, Chamarajpet and Prof Reema L. Veigas former Faculty of St. Anthony PU College.
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Thanksgiving : Trinity Central School
The ambience of Trinity Central School breathed a ‘fresh air of gratitude’ on the last day of academic year that is on March 31st, 2017. For all the efforts of teachers, students, non-teaching staff, janitors, drivers and conductors, the Principal expressed the words of gratitude and wished for the same success in the upcoming years. The championship trophy was also presented to ‘Robert Frost’ as the ‘House wise Winners’ for the academic year 2016-17. Apart from this one of the coordinators of lower section Mrs. Lavina Arouza who was a supporting pillar of the School was felicitated for her good work in the school as she was leaving the school for better prospectus.
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Debate Competition @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore
“It is not he who gains the exact point in dispute or who scores most in controversy but he who has shown the better temper.” – Samuel Butler
To bring about the best temper as they argue, dispute and discuss their point of view on the current and actual topics Darshan College organised Debate Competition. The finalists, 12 teams disputed and discussed “for and against” for the following topics: Social Networking and it’s impact on Society, Cell phones as Educational Tools, Demonetization it’s impact and results in eradication of black money. The event was graced by the presence of Mr. Mithun M Y, Manager @ Ernst & Young, Ms. Mahalakshmi, Manager @ Mantri Developers and Mr. Mohan.

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Anugraha School: Thanksgiving Day
On 25th of March Anugraha School celebrated a day of Thanksgiving. Remembering all the blessings that were received from God Almighty in the year 2016-17 the school gathered all staff and student community to thank God today. Among the students two of them and among teaching staff Ms. Geetha and Mr. Mahan spoke about the enormous change that has taken place in line with discipline, academic performance, co curricular activities etc. All appreciated the Principal Fr. Richard Kadiwal OFM Cap for well-organizing the entire year though there were many hurdles at the initial stages. The principal spoke and thanked all the staff and students for their tireless efforts to make Anugraha head high. All the teachers were appreciated considering their unique talents and contribution for the growth of Anugraha.
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“Leadership & Followership” CEB-Seminar @ Christ University, Bangalore.
Christ University Bangalore accorded hospitality and fraternal welcome to the Capuchin Education Board Members with the motto “Excellence and Service”. The Vice-Chancellor Rev. Dr. Fr. Thomas C Mathew called upon the capuchins towards a revolution: from “Good to Great”, from “charismatic person to charismatic organization.” He insisted that we should be the leaders not just like gardeners or agriculturists but like the foresters who look beyond for long-lasting and far-reaching results. Prof. Rev. Fr. Thomas T V while addressing on “Learning organization” he said: be professional, have personal mastery, build-up shared vision & team work, follow a system and have strategies to be relevant.
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Educational Tour : Trinity Central School
To assimilate the practical knowledge of the concepts learnt inside the classroom the school took an initiative to take the students of Grade I to IX to the field trips. This educational tour included places such as Hanging Bridge - Kemmannu, Pilikula Science Center – Mangalore, Manipal Anatomy Center – Manipal, Historical Monuments of Karkala and Varahi Hydro Underground Project – Hosangadi etc. indeed it was a learning experience for all the students with the able guidance of all the teachers.
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Anugraha: community day and principal's birthday
On 4th March, 2017 Anugraha community celebrated the birthday of Fr. Richard Kadiwal, superior and principal of the school. There was a well organized cultural programme conducted in the school under the leadership of Frs. Karunesh and Lourdswamy. Thereafter at the community level celebration too was organized. It began with mass and agape at noon. Many priest and school staff joined the celebration. It was a splendid day.
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Farewell @ Trinity Central School
A farewell programme was organized for the outgoing batch of Grade X on 23.02.2017 in Trinity Campus. It was indeed a meaningful programme organized by students of Class IX. The programme began with a short prayer service followed by programmes filled with fun and frolic which consisted of drama and dance. The Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’costa delivered a final message to all the Class X students and distributed the mementos which would remind them of School.
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FAREWELL DAY @ INFANT JESUS SCHOOL, CHIKMAGLUR.
On 4th March, Infant Jesus School witnessed its first farewell function hosted by the students of class 8th and 9th and dedicated to the first outgoing batch of class of 10 students of Infant Jesus. The day was a fiesta devoted to the years spent together with friends and teachers to reminisce joyous moments. Rev.Fr.Alwyn Dias, Vicar Provincial and CEB executive Secretary was the chief guest and Rev.Fr. Dancy Martis, Principal, St.Anthony’s School, was the guest of honour. The programme began with a prayer dance, followed by a fun and frolic programme which consisted of skit, dance and farewell song.
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Valedictory ceremony at St. Francis of Assisi School, Chikodi
The students of St. Francis of Assisi School, along with teachers, bid a grand farewell to X standard students on 25th February 2017. The X standard students and their parents were welcomed with drum beats. Moreover.the X standard students were given a grand welcome on the stage by offering flowers followed by bursting of colourful paper crackers. The two students of X standard, i.e. Shreesh and Rashmi, shared their experience and said that the school had given them the finest teachers, wonderful friends for life and a platform to grow in freedom with responsibility. Speaking about X standard, Shubham Potadar, the student of IX standard said that bidding adieu to seniors is very painful and that would remain in their hearts even after leaving the school.
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Anugraha School: Taluk level Scouts and Guides Rally
On 1st March 2017 Bharat Scouts and Guides conducted the Taluk level rally on the occasion of Lord Baden Powel’s birthday. Anugraha school students and staff with the band set rocked the streets of Bhalki Taluk. At the Rally inaugural session many eminent persons were present viz. Mr. Eshwar Khandre the MLA Bhalki, Shreemathi Seethal Chauhan, the standing committee, and so on. Addressing the crowd Mr. Eshwar Khandre said that in the entire Bidar district Anugraha school, Halbarga, has made a remarkable move and is completely dedicated for Scouts and Guides movement. He continued saying that all the schools around must take good example from it.
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“Mad Ads” Competition @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore
“Mad Ads” Competition is truly a space, a place and a platform to invent, to innovate, to imagine, to create and to demonstrate the concept and to penetrate the world of advertisement. The Darshanites showcased their creativity, imagination, acquaintance and ability to perform and to promote the marketing strategies. Why “Mad Ads”? It’s nothing but a “mad” mixture of “ad” textures: concept, creativity, humor, fun and frolic. The Exceptional Judges in the person of Mr. Karthik L. Bhat, a Senior Software Engineer from CISCO, who is also an entrepreneur who runs a company called Crazy Yatra which conducts adventurous events. He is also part of Ranga Shankara Theatre and Sambrama Sanga in CISCO.
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Staff picnic: Anugraha Bidar
The staff of Anugraha School, Bidar had a three days of outing, 23rd Feb to 25th Feb. The places the staff visited are namely: Jog falls, Murdeshwar, Gokarna, Yana, Hunchalli falls, Rock Gardens, Mundgod Tibetian colony, Banvasi, Shirshi etc. It was an awesome experience and refreshment for all the staff. The Principal of the school Fr. Richard Kadiwal took utmost care and interest in organizing the trip. It was an awesome experience, everyone appreciated the event.
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Anugraha School: Baden Powel Day
It is a remarkable day for Scouts and Guides movement as this particular Organization celebrates today, 22/02/2017 the birthday of a great man, Lord Baden Powel. Scouts and Guides is one of the Independent and voluntary organization spread nearly 216 countries around the world. It is the movement which brings discipline, confidence and courage in the students. The students enjoy the creative activities of the movement. Anugraha School is proud today to say we are the major part of the Scouts and Guides movement at Bidar, because in Anugraha school very child and staff is in the scouts and guides movement.
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Health Camp, Anugraha School: Halbarga
On 11th Feb, 2017 Health camp was conducted at Anugraha School Halbarga, Bidar. It was a government health program on Measles and Rubella Vaccination Campaign. Dr. Amitha Jadav together with her team the camp was conducted at Anugraha school. The parents willingly supported the campaign. The staff and students of Anugraha cooperated for the success of the program.
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PU Day “Au Revoir” Celebration @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore
“Good Bye & Au Revoir” simply means “with you forever, see you again, till we meet again”, for it was the turn of the Juniors pouring out their sentiments of love, gratitude, best wishes to the Seniors. Ist PU Students of St. Anthony’s P.U. College made the best of the day with great enthusiasm and nostalgia. Dances, songs, music and fun accompanied the exciting moments whereas the tears and exchange of the embraces continued as one bid good bye & au revoir. The Director, Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias, thanked each student and their parents for their trust and confidence and motivated the students to believe in their strength. “Be disciplined and be determined, “you can & you will” achieve the goal, let this be your passion” he said. The Principal of St. Anthony’s PU College, Rev. Fr. Roshan Rosario, wished good luck and called upon the students to break all the records of the predecessors and come out with flying colours.
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ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI SCHOOL, CHIKODI ANNUAL EXCURSION
School annual excursion is an event of excitement to every student. St. Francis of Assisi School, Chikodi planned an educational tour for VII, VIII & IX grade students to historical and existing places of Tamilnadu. The tour started early morning of 22nd January 2017 with 49 students accompanied by six staff. Travelling a full day by train from Belgaum to Madurai was a memorable journey for the students with lots of fun and merry making. The group reached Madurai the temple city on 23rd afternoon. The most famous and architecturally fabulous temple of Goddess Meenakshi was the main place to visit and worship. Students were taken up by the Sculptural and artistic design of the temple. They paid devotional homage to Goddess Meenakshi and walked on the huge corridors of the temple viewing every nook and corner of the giant monument.
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Business Quiz: “Brain Booster Season II”@ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore
The business quiz competition was conducted in two phases: Prelims and Finals. Total 31 teams participated and six groups made it for the Finals. The Finals of the “Brain Booster Season II” was inaugurated by Rev. Fr. Vijesh Loyd Menezes, The Treasurer, Holy Trinity Capuchin Province of Karnataka. His brain storming speech awakened the hearts, minds, intelligence and knowledge of the Darshanites. The Quiz Master Rev. Fr. Nitin D’Souza, the Vice-Principal briefed about the creative and innovative structure and parameters of the business quiz. The Brain Booster quizzed on: Identify the logos and taglines, Identify the Brand Ambassadors, Identify the company and the brand of the cars & mottos, Identify the companies and their founders, Audio Round to identify the voice of famous politicians....
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Annual Sports Day @ St. Anthony's Church School, Gangondanahalli
The school Premises of St. Anthony’s Church School was filled with great zeal & excitement on 10th Feb 2017, The School celebrated its “Annual Sports Day”. The programme began with a melodious prayer song. As a chief guest Mrs. Vaishnavi ( HM of Bharathi School), Mr. Siddagangaiah (Scouts & Guides Secretary), Mr. S I Shivaswamy ( Circle Inspector) was the guest of honour, Fr. Vincent Balraj President of the programme, Mrs. Shanthamma as a Teacher’s representative & Master Francis Assisi as a Student representative. The Students displayed a wide array of colorful events such as March Past, Drill and Dance they mesmerized the guests with their energetic performances. The school Headmaster applauded the efforts of the students and staff for making the event a huge success.
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Annual day celebration at St. Francis of Assisi School, Chikodi
School annual day is the Cultural face of one’s school. St. Francis of Assisi Celebrated this day on 21 of December. It had majestic stage setup with plenty of colorful lights and mind blowing sound. It had three stages one is Darbhar stage where kings and ministers sat and done the oration and other side there was Assisi band who sang and played live music and shun the hearts and minds of the audience and at the center there was main stage where children enjoyed their performance. From nursery to X standard all compulsorily performed on the stage. The variety added the beauty for the function. Small kids danced and performed skit. VI to VIII divided themselves in different groups and performed Hanuman Chalice, Veeragasa, Janapada, Adivasi, Charlie Chapline dances and Selfiemime show.
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Christmas Celebration at St.Francis of Assisi School,Chikodi
“Joy to the world Christ has born”
St. Francis of Assisi school celebrated Christmas on grand scale. On January 6th eve all the teaching and non-teaching staff gathered in the hall at 6 pm. As chief guest Superior of Christalaya Rev. Fr. Arun Lobo had come and given beautiful message to all. Frs. Paul and Veerus were present. The eve was filled with dance and merry. Christian teachers sang carols spread the message of peace. To have more fun there were many interesting games were conducted. Everybody had Christmas friend and they shared their gifts with them and Management also gave gifts to all of them.

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GRAND PARENT’S DAY  : Trinity Central School
The school took a lead to celebrate the ‘Grandparent’s day’ on 04.02.2017 at Trinity Campus. The free health check up to all the grand parent’s was the important event of the day. Mr. Veerupaksha Devaramane who was the chief guest delivered a inspiring message on the topic “Role of Grandparent’s in the overall development of child”. The stage was set open to the talented grandparent’s as various games were conducted to entertain them and there after prizes were distributed to the lucky winners. Indeed, it was a memorable day for all the participants.
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Graduation Day, La Cuisine et La Musique Fête @ Darshan College & St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
Graduation day is a day to rejoice, a day to celebrate for it marks completion of educational journey and commencement of another challenging journey of life in search of success and happiness. The Convocation and the delivery of certificates is a culmination of many years of hard work in the relentless pursuit of knowledge, knowledge which enables person to embrace opportunities and take on challenges with clear vision and purpose. The Principal, Rev. Fr. George Monis, accorded a red-carpet welcome to the dignitaries and the gathering. The Registrar Evaluation, Bangalore University Prof. Dr. M. Shankar Reddy, and the Deputy Registrar Evaluation, Prof. N. Srinivasan were welcomed and honoured by V. Rev. Dr. Dolphy Pais, the Provincial Minister and the President of Capuchin Education Board.
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Anugraha Ashram: Canonical Visitation and Republic Day Celebration
On 25th January loving Fr. Provincial stepped in the premises of the Anugraha Ashram, Halbarga, for the canonical visitation of the fraternity, school and parish. The students of Anugraha School gave him a warm welcome by saluting him with band. He set a dove free in the air as a sign of inauguration of the Canonical visitation. After meeting the individual friars, he visited the substation of St. Francis of Assisi parish, Halbarga, viz. Hupla, Siddeshwar, Konmelkunda and Hunaji. The parish priest, Fr. Prashanthkumar together with Sr. Preshitha DSS organized the prayer service in the villages after which provincial addressed the people. On 26th January, as it was the 68th Republic day, the provincial was the main guest of the event. The school staff and students had organized a wonderful program. After the flag hoisting the provincial received the salute.
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Darshan College Students on Industrial Visit to Toyota Kirloskar Motors, Bangalore
To empower, to expose and to enhance the career, capacity and skills of the students the industrial visit plays an important role. It is not enough to have the theoretical knowledge but to make a good professional the practical perspective of the world of work is essential. It is only through interaction one comes to know the working methods, working environment and employment practices. With this objective in focus, Darshan College Principal Rev. Fr. George Monis organised industrial visit to Toyota Kirloskar Motors, the Vice-Principal Rev. Fr. Nitin accompanied the students along with the staff.
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REPUBLIC DAY : Trinity Central School
The 68th Republic day was celebrated all its solemnity and grandeur at Trinity Central School on 26th January 2017. The students saluted the National Flag and pledged themselves to uphold the honour, integrity, diversity and uniqueness of their motherland India. The Principal of our school Rev.Fr. Anil D’costa graced the occasion and hoisted the national flag assisted by our Physical education teacher Mrs. Pallavi Naik. The students displayed the events which highlighted the significance of the day and spread a wave of love for our country. Over all it was a day marked to serve our Nation and the Trinitarians did their best.
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Annual Sports Meet @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore
“You can’t put a limit on anything. The more you dream, the farther you get.” True to these words of Michael Phelps, the Olympic Medal winning swimmer, the Darshanites dreamed to discover and to display their inner talents without any limit. As it is said, a sound mind resides in a sound body, the spirit of sportsmanship, leadership, unity in competition resulted in the success of the annual sports meet. The group events and athletics catered to the tastes and talents of everyone. The events like kho-kho, throw ball, volley ball, kabaddi, tug of war, cricket and shuttle badminton built-up the team spirit. The athletics 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 4x100m relay, 4x400m relay, shot-put, discus throw made individuals as champions who never looked back.
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ANNUAL SPORTS DAY : Trinity Central School
Gold Medals aren’t really made of gold. They’re made of sweat, determination and a hard to find alloy called guts. The much awaited Annual Sports Day was held on Friday 20th January 2017. The students entered into the spirit of the occasion in a grand way with the oath being administered by Physical Education teachers Mr. Mahesh Dev and Mrs. Pallavi Naik. The guest of the day Rev.Fr. Francis Cornelio received the guard of honour and witnessed the impressive March past of the students. Once the races began, the air was filled with enthusiasm and tons of encouragement was given for the young athletes. The day came to an end by congratulating the winners with medals and certificates.
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KARATE COMPETITION : Trinity Central School
Karnataka State level Karate open Championship was held at Kanchan Samudaya Bhavan Kaup, Udupi from 07.01.2017 to 08.01.2017 Krutharth of Trinity Central School studying in grade I bagged 2 gold medals in Ind Kata and Kumite. He also participated in the Udupi District Karate Competetion held at Mukundakripa Hr. Pry. School Udupi on 25.12.2016 and secured Ist place in Kumite and IInd place in Kata Competition.
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PARENTS SPORTS MEET : Trinity Central School
Trinity Central School celebrated its 2nd parent’s sports day on 21 of January 2017 in the school premises. It was presided over by Mr. Gopal Kharvi - a Guinness record holder in Marathon Swimming. The function began at 9.30am. The chief guest of the day was escorted by our school band with great pride and respect. All the dignitaries on the Dias received the guard of honour and the chief guest inaugurated the function by releasing the balloons. The sports meet had many track and field events like 100mtrs race, 200mtrs Race and games like sack race, relay race, volley ball and throw ball. All the parents participated enthusiastically in all the events. Later in the evening in the valedictory programme, prizes were distributed to all the winners and our principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’costa thanked all the parents for participating whole heartedly in the sports day.
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Darshan College organises NSS Special Camp @ Sumanahalli, Rehabilitation Centre, Bangalore.
“Not Me But You” with this inspirational motto of National Service Scheme (NSS), the Darshanites volunteered themselves to camp at Sumanahalli, Rehabilitation Centre-“Village of people of good heart”. Sumanahalli is a heart which loves, lights and lives by reaching out to thousands of persons in need of help, support and accompaniment. The camp was inaugurated by Prof. Dr. R Srinivas, the NSS Co-ordinator of Bangalore University, in the presence of Rev. Fr. Lindo, the Director of Sumanahalli, Rev. Fr. George, the Principal of Darshan College, Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias, the Director, Rev. Fr. Nitin, the Vice-Principal, Prof. Dr. Manjula, the NSS Co-ordinator, Prof. Divyashree, the Camp Organisor.
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Visit of Mission Secretary: Anugraha Ashram, Bidar
Fr. Charles Furtado the Mission Secretary of the Province visited the Anugraha Ashram, Halbarga, Bidar on 6th of January, 2017. The community gave him the warm welcome in the winter morning. It was a wonderful to see that he being with us to encourage us in the mission of Gulbarga Diocese. He took keen interest in knowing the activities that are conducted here as missionaries. He visited the Anugraha School on 7th, the principal Fr. Richard Kadiwal, staff and students gave him a warm welcome. The band group of school saluted him and took by the procession to the stage. After the common school assembly the principal honoured and introduced the person to the assembly. He addressed the staff and students saying that Anugraha is a blessing for this place, make best use of the facility that are available in the school.
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17th NATIONAL JAMBOREE : Trinity Central School
The 17th National Jamboree Scout and Guides was held with 25,000 participants of different states and union territories from all over India and around thousand International participants at Adakanahalli Mysore. Two of our teachers and 11 students participated in this event. The event was inaugurated by his Excellency the President of India Shri Pranab Mukherjee. His Excellency the Governor of Karnataka Shri Vajubhai Rudabhai vala president over the event and he was joined by other guests of honor. Jamboree as a platform to exchange ideas, allowed people from diverse back grounds to exhibit their ideas, spread awareness about their values and promote mutual coexistence and integration.
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Capuchin fete at St.Francis of Assisi School, Chikodi
For the first time to make known the Capuchin Heritage and the work of the fathers in the Taluk of Chikodi, St. Francis of Assisi School, organized Capuchin fete. This event created joyful and cheer in the hearts and minds of children and parents. The day was filled with laughter, fun and games. Children organized games and food stalls. To make the day a glorious one lower classes had fancy dress competition; primary and high school children had dance and skit competition; and Assisi band had musical band competition. Parents came in big number and were thrilled to see their kids performance. As chief guest Rev. Fr. Paul D’souza presided over the function. We also had special guests Brs. Avil, Jason and Ashwin from Darshan Institute of Theology, Bangalore, as judges for the event.
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“Battle of Brains” Quiz Competition @ St. Anthony’s PU College
“Exuberating, enlightening, engaging and motivating” would be the words which describe the 2nd Edition of ‘Battle of the Brains’ held at the Pace et Bene Seminar Hall, St. Anthony’s PU College. Two prelim rounds for nearly 80 teams were conducted to select 6 teams for the final round of battle in Quiz. In the finals, 6 visual rounds were conducted such as: Logos, Taglines, Personalities, English, Match the Following and Rapid Fire. Interesting and intuited questions were asked, testing each aspect of the educational knowledge and current affairs. Each team put up a wholehearted effort, and the best among them “Kalam’s Creators” aced the First Position. True to its spirit, the competition aimed at developing the knowledge and excellence among the students through healthy and highly motivating meet. The students crammed themselves with lot of General Knowledge for the Quiz. Kudos to all the 6 Finalists. Rev. Fr. Naveen Santhosh D’Souza, OFM. Cap honoured the occasion as the Chief Guest and appreciated the zeal and intelligence of the Battling Brains!
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Christmas & New Year Celebration @ Darhan & St. Anthony’s PU College
Christmas is a season of joy and celebration. The universal message of Christmas crosses all boundaries and breaks all barriers of religion, faith and culture embracing whole humanity. Inspired by the same spirit the Anthonians gathered together to re-live and to re-enact the scene of Christmas. The three Kings of Orient led by the Star of Bethlehem found true light in the newly born babe Jesus of Nazareth. This spirit of one family reined the celebration as they sang, danced, enacted and portrayed the multi-lingual and multi-cultural Christmas programme. The Chief Guest V. Rev. Dr. Fr. Salvadore Fernandes, The Rector of Darshan Institute of Theology and the Councilor of Holy Trinity Province, Karnataka shared an inspiring message where the Birth of Jesus is the culmination of the mystery of visibility, the Immanuel: God-with-us.
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CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION : Trinity Central School
Trinity Central School celebrated Christmas with great fervour and enthusiasm on 23rd Dec,2016. Competitions such as star and Bell preparation, preparing Christmas cards, drawing and colouring Santa Claus were held for students. All the students participated actively with great intrest. Later Prize distribution ceremony was held in the trinitoriam. We were honoured to have Rev. Fr. Fredrick Fernandes as the chief guest of the ceremony. The cultural function commenced at 10.30am. the chief guest distributed the prizes to the winners of the various events.
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“Maiden Rank” BBM 9th Rank @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.

Anugraha School Bidar: 7th Annual School Day
In the presence of many eminent persons the 7th Annual function of Anugraha School Bidar hit the stage set in Anugraha premises. More than 2000 people from around 34 villages witnessed this great event. It was the day marked in the minds and hearts of people, they got more than what they expected. Under the cold sky people enjoyed the warmth of Anugraha School. Many eminent guests were present namely VG of Gulbarga Diocese Fr. Stany Lobo inaugurated the Star crib, Fr. Provincial, Holy Trinity Karnataka, Dr. Basavalinga Pattadeveru, Buddhist monk- Kasheppa Banteji, DK Vani Brahma kumari Behenji, Dr Bershetty Bharat Scouts and Guides, Mr. Vijaykumar Bavage PSI Dhannura and many others were present on the stage.
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Annual Day : Trinity Central School
Trinity Central School celebrated its 7th Annual day on 17.12.2016 in the school premises. The chief guest of the day was Rev. Fr. Arun Lobo, Co – Ordinator, Capuchin Social Action Initiatives. The programme commenced sharp at 4.30 p.m. Our school band welcomed the guests with great honour. Guests of honour Smt. Priyanka Mary, Smt. Veronica Cornelio, Smt. Renu Jayaram, Fr. Romeo Lewis addressed the gathering, Master Manish B Poojary, a National level Athlete from Perampalli was felicitated by our school for his excellent achievements in sports. After going through the annual report, the evening was made more colourful with cultural programmes. The cultural programme began with dances of tiny tots followed by the rest of the students. Every student gave their performance with grace and got a big round of applause. The programme ended at 9.30 p.m. by singing National Anthem.
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“Dancing Feet” – Dance Competition @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“Dance is the hidden language of the soul.” Dancing is like dreaming with your feet! With the aim of honoring the dancing skills of the students, St. Anthony’s PU College has organized “Dancing Feet” Dance competition. The melodious musical fusions in Kannada, English and Hindi set the floor on fire with the energetic performances. The musical vein with the best of choreography, elegance, co-ordination and presentation marked the sequences and left the judges spellbound. The Eminent artists Mrs. Sushma, Mr. Deepak Serrao, Mrs. Rovena Rodrigeus and Ms. Jenifer Kispotta proclaimed the results of the dancing queen and of the dancing prince. The Principal, Rev. Fr. Roshan Rosario, expressed his gratitude for making the best of the dancing feet, for it is world’s favorite metaphor!
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ID – MILAD : Trinity Central School
The school celebrated Id – Milad on 8th December, 2016 with great enthusiasm. Meaningful programme was given by our Muslim students. They conveyed the importance of celebrating Id – Milad in a effective way. They lead us with their prayers. After that house wise Qawali and Mehandi Competiotion was held. In Qawali Competition, The house William Shakespeare bagged first prize, William Wordsworth and John Keats got second and third prize respectively. Finally Fr. Anil D’costa addressed the students and thanked them for giving a wonderful programme.
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PROVINCIAL’S VISIT : Trinity Central School
On 5th December Provincial Fr. Dolphy Pais visited our school. Our school band welcomed him with great dignity and respect. Our principal Fr. Anil D’costa welcomed him to the school Assembly by offering bouquet of flowers and garland. Provincial Fr. Dolphy Pais in his address to the students said that along with quality education discipline also is very important. He also wished all the students a bright future. After the assembly he met all the teachers in a formal meeting and discussed about the challenging in teaching and wished them success in their teaching career.
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Kho Kho Meet - 2016 - 17 @ St. Anthony's Church School, Gangondanahalli
St. Anthony's Church School, Gangondanahalli held Assisi Kho Kho Meet - 2016 - 17 on 8th of Dec 2016. Fr. Alwyn Dias: the Executive Secretary of Capuchin Education Board & the Director of Darshan Campus was the President of this programme. Dr. Raju Corporator ward no 130 was the Guest of honour. 40 teams from different school participated and exhibited their talents.
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Punch - 2016 : Trinity Central School
6th National level Karate Championship was held at Sahana Convention Centre Kundapur from 18th to 20th November 2016 which was organized by Kiran’s Drag on first Marshal Arts of India. Krutharth of Trinity Central School studying in grade 1 bagged 2 gold Medal in Sub Junior category.
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ALUMNI ASSOCIATION – FIRST MEETING : Trinity Central School
The first Alumni Association of Trinity Central School was held on 14th Nov at 11.30 am. in the school premises. Mr. Neri Cornelio ex-Principal of Milagres College presided over the meeting. 11 students from both the batches of 2014 – 15 and 2015 – 16 attended the meeting. The Principal, Fr. Anil D’Costa welcomed the chief guest and the ex - students who were very cheerful and enthusiastic. Mr. Cornelio being a well experienced personality in this matter expressed the importance of forming such an association and stressed that the Alumni Association is always the back bone of any institution and one must never forget one’s roots of education, He also explained a few objectives and how different activities could be organized by the members in order to help the institution grow.
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Annual Sports Meet @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“Play for the pure love of the game” was the spirit of the champions who put together their hearts and minds to play every bit of their time on annual athletic meet. St. Anthony’s PU College witnessed a tremendous energy and enthusiasm under the leadership of the Principal Rev. Fr. Roshan Rosario and Physical Education Director Prof. Srinidhi. Salutations to the Chief Guest, Prof. Girish K. Shetty, the Principal of Radhakrishna School who motivated the students on the importance of sports in the lives of the students, “sports makes complete human person” he said. Sports is a theatre where every opportunity is transformed and transcended by the champions running with hope and winning with dreams. The perfect synchronisation of the march-past, lighting of the torch, oath taking ceremony and induction of the team leaders elevated the true spirit of sportsmanship.
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Constitution Day : Anugraha School
On 26th November, 2016 Constitution Day celebrated in Anugraha School Bidar. Fr. Karunesh was the main guest for the program who highlighted that constitution is one single roof under which all Indians can take shelter. He further said that, it guards our rights and duties, it provides complete freedom to express our faith, etc. It's was an eye opener for the students and all who were attending the program.

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Children Fest – 2016 : Trinity Central School
The school celebrated the Children feast of this academic year on the theme “Fantasy World”. The programme began with a clourful stage event and was inaugurated by Sr. Lenita superior of Perampalli church, Rev. Fr. Claud Mascarenhas superior of Trinity Vihar, Maxim D’souza President of P.T.A along with our Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’costa by releasing the balloons. The day was filled with clourful events and fun games and Competitions. The day ended with a drawing of lucky ticket in which winners got a chance of carrying a Laptop, Android phone and Multi Media speakers to their homes. This mega event ended with a great success with the help of all the members of Trinity family.
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JAM and Show and Tell Competition : Trinity Central School
Trinity Central School organised Show and Tell Competition for grade I to V and just a minute for grade VI to X on 22.11.2016. The competition was challenging to term of the limited time given to gather points and present ideas on the topics given. However the competition brought out skills including Quick thinking and oratory skills. Overall it was an enjoyable experience which opened the eyes of the students to keep abreast with what is happening in the world around us.
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Generation National Level Competition – 2016 : Trinity Central School
‘Generation National level Competition’ was held at Udupi Town hall on 17th Nov.2016. The competition was conducted in both Junior and Senior level having events like Abacus, Calligraphy, Drawing and Painting. Adithya of grade 1st got I place in junior level Abacus, Hanson Arrow D’souza of grade 3rd got III place in Abacus, Astel Melroy of grade 6th got III place in Senior level Abacus, Rayan Danny of grade 3rd got I place in drawing and painting, Varshini of grade 5th got III place in Calligraphy, Krishna Priya of grade 6th got consolation prize in Abacus and Disha of grade 5th got consolation prize in calligraphy. Principal Rev. Fr. Anil congratulated the winners and encouraged other students to participate in such competitions and bring laurel to the school.
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Seminar on “Stock Market Trade & Investment” @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore
The Anthonians having a global vision wish to excel as global leaders. In view of enhancing knowledge and intellectual ability the Management organized a seminar on Stock Market Trading & Investment. The resource persons Mr. Thomas Rodrigues and Mr. Sri Kumar shared their expertise in the field. To begin with they said: “Satisfaction in life is more important than success because success is measured by others and satisfaction is measured by our own mind and heart.” Dwelling deep with the subject they spoke on “Share Certificates, Demat Account, Debt-Equity Mix in the capital structure, Initial Public offers, Stock Exchange and its functions, Market Order, Limit Order, Stock Market-trading and Operators, Procedures involved in buying and selling of Shares, Role of SEBI in monitoring the stock exchange etc.” The vice-Principal expressed his gratitude for the highly informative and effective Seminar! May the generation invest and trade for it’s life satisfaction!
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Children’s Day Celebration : Trinity Central School
Our School Celebrated Children’s Day on 14th Nov in a very unique way. This time it was the teachers who took the initiative and performed everything for all the children. The teachers began right from conducting the assembly to dancing to the beats. To make the day more memorable various games and activities were also organized. In the end the Principal of the school extended his warm wishes to the children and appreciated the effort put in by all the teachers.
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Children's day celebrated at St.Francis of Assisi School, Chikodi
Considering Jawaharlal Nehru contributions and love towards children, Children’s day was celebrated at St.Francis of Assisi School with a gaiety and fervor. Let us sacrifice our today. So that our children can have a better tomorrow. APJ Abdul Kalam
It was a beautiful sight to see the Prime Minister of the school Anish on horse and the ministers were in the bullock cart, proceeded solemnly along with teachers with a band. The assembly was conducted by the teachers and the sparkling message was conveyed to the students. Childhood is about innocence and playful. It is about joy and freedom. Followed by blowing of the balloons and flying by the students.

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Mehandi & Rangoli Competition @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore
The “Festival of Colour” competition paved way for another opportunity to showcase the talents and to ignite the creative and innovative minds. Thirty two teams bubbled with the competitive spirit took part in Rangoli and Sixteen teams battled in Mehandi competition. Colours and designs combined with the spice of imagination puzzled the minds of the Judges and finally the just verdict pronounced by them claimed all glories of Excellent, Magnificent and Formidable! The Honourable Jury comprised of Prof. Suchitra, Prof. Laadiya, Mrs. Roopa and Mrs. Shanthala explained how design, decor, clarity, colour, fineness & formation plays a role in making visible the creative, imaginative and innovative mind.
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Anugraha School: Children's Day
On 14th November, 2016 Children's Day was celebrated in Anugraha School Bidar. It's the birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru who dedicated his day for children. The day was colourful as all children wore colour dress to celebrate their day. The stage of Anugraha was much more colourful as two sisters of Brahma Kumaris viz., Vijayalakshmi and Savitha and the RRC Konkani retreat preacher Br. James was on the dais along with the principal, fr. Richard, fr. Prashanthkumar, fr. Lourdsawmy, fr. Karunesh and school leaders. The teachers took every initiative to celebrate the day in a grand manner. Teachers danced and entertained the students. What is remarkable is fr. Lourdsawmy entertained everyone with a beautiful dance. Miss Vijayalakshmi spoke about that the children are the future of the country, their talents are to be trapped and given appropriate space to develop them.
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District Level Cub bul – bul ustav – 2016 : Trinity Central School
To inculcate unity, discipline and integrity and to develop the spirit of freedom, 2 days Cub and Bul – Bul district level camp was organized at Trinity Central School from 8-11-2016 to 9-11-2016. On the first day all the cub and bul – bul, Flock leaders and cub Masters gathered in Trinitorium at 10:00 am. The guests Mr.Edwin Joseph Alwa Scout commissioner, Mrs. Rajalaxmi Shetty District Guide commissioner, Mr. Kalmady Shekar Poojary District Secretary, Mr. Rajgopalachari ALT, Mr. Nithin D.O of Scout, Mr. Suman Shekar D.O of guides and our Principal Rev. Fr. Anil D’costa were welcomed in a ceremonial way.
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Deepavali Celebration at St. Francis of Assisi School, Chikodi
5 Nov 2016 was a great day for St.Francis of Assisi school children to see the campus beautified with attractive and wonderful lights. Ground was decorated with colorful rangolis, corridors lit up with diyas. By looking at the grandeur, people marched towards school to witness the grand celebration of the day. Thus the eve spread its exotic light in the surrounding. Mr. Aravind Kulkarni, lecture of women college Chikodi, was invited as chief guest of the day. In his message, he gave a clarion call to the children and the parents to become lights in the world. The programme twinkled with fire works filling the air. This was enjoyed by all the people gathered in the assisi grounds.
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National Level Handwriting and Colouring Contest : Trinity Central School
Students Development Society, Aurangabad organized National handwriting and colouring contest -2016. Out of 88 Contestants 2 of our students were awarded with Kalagaurav Award. Gagan. R of grade X got Kalagaurav Award in colouring competition while Brinelle of grade VII got Kalagaurav Award in excellent handwriting competition. Kudos to the students for their achievement.
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Kannada Rajyotsava @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore
With the true spirit of “Kannada nadu, nudi, jala, nela” St. Anthony’s P.U. College celebrated the 61st Kannada Rajyotsava with great pomp and grandeur. The Chief Guest Dr. Raju Gundapura, Professor at Ramanagara First Grade College, lighted the lamp and addressed the gathering highlighting the history and relevance of Kannada Rajyotsava. While hailing the beauty and splendour of the Kannadigas and of Karnataka, he insisted that every citizen must be an educated civilian and a well-behaved human person. He insisted on value-based education so that we can contribute to the nation and make a difference for the generations to come. Kannada patriotism was displayed by the students through a variety of medley cultural programmes.
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AICS – Annual Conference – 2016  : Trinity Central School
The Trinity staff in order to widen and enhance the leadership Qualities, became the part of AICS – Annual Conference on the theme “Leadership, Body, Mind and Heart ” held at Canara High School, Mangalore on Oct 26th & 27th 2016. Great leaders like Capt. Ganesh Karnik, Prof. H. Madhava Bhat, Dr. Vanishree Joseph, Dr. Shailaja Shastri and many more addressed and inspired the delegates on topics such as ‘Teacher as a true leader’, ‘Learning disability v/s Intervention’, ‘Gender sensitivity and the future of learning ’. Needless to say, the whole seminar was enriching and motivating. Four of our senior teachers along with Principal participated in the conference. Trinity will truly witness exuberant and vibrant leaders in the academic pursuit.
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AICS – IT QUIZ FEST 2016 : Trinity Central School
November 5, 2016 was a red – letter day in the annals of Trinity Central School. For it is on this day, The IT geniuses created a record by bagging the coveted trophies in the ‘IT Quiz Fest – 2016’ held at little Rock Indian School, Brahmavar. The school is proud to say, that it stood II in IT Quest – Web Design and III in IT Quest – Tech Treasure Hunt Competitions. For this feat Computer wizards of the school, were awarded with trophies and certificates.
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Happy Birthday Dearest Principal Rev.Fr. Jason Fernandes
Special day, special person and special celebration .May all your dreams and desires come true in this coming year. On 2nd of Nov, St.Francis of Assisi School was gloriously ignited with happiness to celebrate the birthday of Rev Fr .Jason the Principal .He was warmly welcomed by the Prime Minister Anis from X along with VIII and IX students with band. In the assembly inviting him to cut the cake and followed by wishing him with a song asking god’s blessing upon him. You guidelines, your principles and your direction give new ways towards the distination. Wishing you a very happy Birthday dearest principal. All the students gathered in the hall at 3 pm to perform a beautiful programme. Heart touching welcome speech by Prasad Jambagi from X, a word of appreciation by Annapurna teacher,Rashmi(X) and Bharath(IX) and mesmerizing dances and entertaining the heart and soul through maim and skit.
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Diwali Celebration : Trinity Central School
Diwali is a festival of light that enlightens the hearts and brings joy to every heart. Diwali was celebrated at Trinity Central School on 28.10.2016. Rangoli competition and lantern competition were organised for the students on this occasion and their active participation in these events made the day more memorable. The celebration began with the prayer service highlighting the message of Diwali after which students performed a short skit from Ramayana depicting the story of Rama returning to Ayodhya. There after our Principal Rev.Fr. Anil D’costa enlightened the staff and the students with the message of Diwali saying that the light within us must help to dispel the darkness and spread love, warmth and kindness.
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KANNDA RAJYOSTAVA CELEBRATION @ INFANT JESUS SCHOOL
Kannada Rajyostava is celebrated all over Karnataka specifically on1st November but generally throughtout November. It is day when the state rejoices in the true spirit of kannada. Infat Jesus School joined the Chikmaglur Distric Administration to celebrate the 61st Kannada Rajyostava.Attractive tableaux and cultural programmes added colour to the Rajyostava Day celebrations at the District Grounds, Chikmagalur.As many as 10 tableaux from different schools and government departments came in a procession and these tableaux focussed on different themes. Among the attractive displays was the tableaux of “Recipients of Jnanapith Award” presented by the Infant Jeus School, Chikmaglur, secured the best prize.
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Kannada Rajyotsava @ Anugraha School :
On 1st November 2016 Kannada Rajyotsava was celebrated in Anugraha school, Halbarga, Bidar. It is the day marked to celebrate the unification of Kannada speaking people into a single State as Karnataka. Rev. Anthony Raj, Parish priest of Pothnal, Raichur presided over the celebration. He hoisted the National Flag and received the honour from the students of Anugraha school. He spoke that Kannada culture, literature and tolerance is well known all over the world, it has to be enhanced. The people who worked for the Karnataka unification are to be respected. The great persons like Kuvempu, Bendre, Gangubai Hangal so on must emerge from the young generation.
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“Flowers, Fruits & Vegetables” in Competition @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
Flowers and fruits are a proud assertion that a ray of beauty out values all the utilities of the world. For every flower is a soul, blossoming in nature. Keeping this in our spirits St. Anthony’s PU College arranged flower arrangement and vegetable carving competition to enhance the creativity of the students. The spirit and enthusiasm excelled in know-how, in design, in arrangement and in presentation. The incredible and interesting captions added a beautiful blend to the imagination and innovation. The fruit and vegetable carvings made the competition more delightful and artistic. The beauty of roses, aroma of lilies and the eye-catching arrangements blended to its perfection depicting what the nature holds for us every day.
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KARNATAKA DARSHANA : Trinity Central School

Karnataka is the land of prosperity and heritage with various movements and temples which gives a rich cultural and religious splendour. To witness this rich cultural and religious heritage, the Bharath Scouts/guides under the leadership of DOC’S, SOC’S went for a “Karnataka Darshan” with the young scouts/guides. It was a proud moment for Trinity Scouts/guides as they cherished this rare feat along with their masters, being a part of it.

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Dandiya celebration at St.Francis of Assisi School, Chikodi

On 8th Oct 2016, Dandiya, a cultural dance of Gujurat - Maharastra, was held in the campus grounds of St. Francis of Assisi School. The campus was decorated with lightings and dandiya symbols. Parents with teachers and students danced to the home tunes of Dandiya. Prizes were given out to the best dancer and the best costume. Lucky dip was conducted and the winner was presented a home-reared Rabbit. The celebration was graced by Rev. Fr. Paul D’Souza ofm. cap.

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Blood Donation Camp @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore
Darshan College in collaboration with Red Cross-India conducted Blood Donation Camp. The beginning marked a very inspiring motivational talk by Dr. Kumar in which he highlighted the benefits of donating blood and how important it is to save someone’s life. As it is known that only human donors can donate and no science or technology can re-produce human blood so the Darshanites were still enthusiastic to contribute something beautiful for humanity. The Indian Red Cross team appreciated the discipline, conviction and commitment of the students to do something more than the usual and routine. The Principal Rev. Fr. George Monis, the Vice-Principal Rev. Fr. Nitin D’Souza led by example donated the blood and a flow of students continued to participate in this gesture of saving human lives. The NSS Co-ordinators along with Event-co-ordinator looked after the logistics and the Representative of Indian Red Cross.
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Assisi students Industrial visit to Jainapur Wind Mill
On 14th October, 2016 at 9.30am we reached at Jainapur Wind Farm. At the Beginning, Mr.Ramesh who is the electrical engineer of Jainapur wind farm explained about wind mill installed at Jainapur and their generation, transmission and distribution. From this visit, we got the information and practical knowledge about Power Generation through wind mill and transmission and distribution of power. Students got the knowledge about wind mill, wind turbine, generator. students got an idea, how Electricity is generated through wind mill and types of Generator and their connection and from the control panel how to take readings and how to manually stop wind mill. About 33 students of 10thStd St.Francis of Assisi School,Chikodi & faculty members named Asst.teacher X.M.Renold Fernandez were benefited from this visit as they got chance to discussion with In charge officer and other engineers working at wind farm.
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Phonetics : Trinity Central School
As English is an important communicative language all our the world, it is very essential to develop the attitude towards the communication among the teachers and students and improve the pronunciation skill. In this light a basic course on Phonetics was held on 21.10.2016 and 22.10.2016 for the Trinity staff which was organized by Ratna Sagar Publishers and was animated by Prof. R. Victor, an eminent scholar in English.
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Anugraha, Bidar: News from near and far
From 15th to 21st, October 2016 Bharat Scouts and Guides conducted the Basic Training program at Gurukula School, Kardiyal. Three teachers from Anugraha School participated in the program. On the concluding day on 21st there was an inter-religious meet and sharing of faith with a beautiful prayer service. Fr. Richard, the principal of Anugraha School, Halbarga was invited to speak on spiritual values of Christ and pray amidst many eminent spiritual leaders and other secular leaders. The entire hall was filled with the vibration of love and service as every religious leader spoke on the same topic highlighting the service of St. Mother Teresa of Culcatta.

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Anugraha Ashram : St. Francis of Assisi Feast
On 13th of October, 2016, St. Francis of Assisi feast was celebrated in a very grand scale at Anugraha Ashram, Halbarga, Bidar. The VG of the Diocese Rev. Fr. Stanly Lobo presided over the celebration. Fr. Balraj the brother of Fr. Prashanth, parish priest of Halbarga was the preacher at the solemn mass. There were many priest and nuns from around who witnessed the celebration. Everyone experienced the grace of God. The parish devotees were spiritually nourished. The celebration began as Rev. Fr. Deepak OFM Cap blessed the statue of St. Francis for the solemn procession into the Halbarga city. Though there were less devotees at the beginning of the procession all the priests and nuns joined the procession accompanied by VG of the Diocese.

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Anugraha School: Renewal Program
The School stands first in Bidar district because of the scouts and guides activities: the specialty of Anugraha School is that every child and every staff in the school is in scouts and guides. In this venture, I must mention one name i.e. Very Rev. Bro. Victor Crasta, the previous principal whose personal interest and encouragement the school stands head high in whole of Bidar district. Today the new principal of the School Fr. Richard has continued the same spirit with much enthusiasm that every child entering here becomes a scout and guide by nature of the school.

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Gandhi Jayanthi Celebration at Trinity Central School
The school celebrated Gandhi Jayanthi on 2nd Oct. The celebration began with listening to a speech on the life of Gandhiji. As the choir sang the favourite Bhajan of Gandhi ‘Raghupathi Raghava, the administrator of the school Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh honoured the Father of Nation by garlanding the portrait of Gandhi. Thereafter the assembly was dispersed.
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Anugraha School: “War on Uncleanness”
Mahatma Gandhi said, “We can no more gain God’s blessing with an unclean body than with an unclean mind. A clean body cannot reside in an unclean city”. Therefore, it is better to clean the city and specially the surrounding of our dwelling in order to create an atmosphere to live healthy life. This was shown to the Halbarga village by very example on Oct 2nd as Anugraha School celebrated the Gandhi Jayanthi. The Scouts and Guides students of Anugraha School walked the streets and collected the dirt that was on the road, streets, beside shops, every nook and corner of the city. The students collected mainly the plastic and papers. Indeed it was an eye opener for all people of Halbarga. The program began with garlanding the picture of Mahatma Gandhi at School the premises.

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Anugraha school : Teaches everything to educate the children
It's an honour to say that Anugraha school teaches everything to educate a child. The all round growth of the child is the primary aim of the school. Therefore, it caters to the needs of the students according to the present time. The principal, Fr. Richard and the staff are just on their toes to meet the requirements of a responsible citizen. Because the future of the nation is formed in the four walls of Anugraha school here in Bidar. To tap this energy in the students we have academic and co-curricular activities. These activities are well planned and implemented in due time that the child may benefit the maximum. On 28th September we began the Mid-term Examinations in the school. The students were well prepared for the examinations in different ways.

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Singing Competition @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore
“Life is a song of praise to God. Music is the strongest form of Magic. Live in such a way that others hear your worship. Sometimes the song does not make us emotional. It’s the people and things that come to our mind when we hear it.” With this resonance Darshanites got into the competition mood. The Vice-Principal Rev. Fr. Nitin D’Souza introduced and thanked he honourable jury Mr. Alexander Pais and Mr. Anthony Bhaskar, who in turn appreciated the potentialities and the talents of the young generation. If young hearts make up their minds they can move the mountains, said the Jury. Twenty solo singers and seven musical bands rocked the stage and sent the vibes of melodious music all around. Co-ordination and co-operation charmed the competition with a magical symphony!
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Pratibha Karanji: Anugraha school, Bidar
Talents can never be hidden rather they are to be exposed to the world the glory of God. What we are is the gift of God and what we become is our gift to Almighty God. The tiny tots of Anugraha performed so well that secured 10 first prizes in the cluster level. On this day on 26-09-2016 they were honoured with prizes by the principal, Fr. Richard and staff. We wish the all the success in the coming competitions at Taluk and District level.

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Parent-Teacher Meet @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore
“Matha, Pitha, Guru, Daiva” meaing Mother, Father, Teacher and God denote the order of Reverence, for they contribute in building and developing the person and personality of every human. Parent-Teacher-Student “rendez-vous” at Darshan College focused on how to build efficient, effective and sustainable relationship with one another and ultimately become agents of growth, progress and success. The Director, Rev. Fr. Alwyn addressed the new family on mentoring and monitoring the wards so that the younger generation is prepared to face the new challenges of life and truly become the able leaders of the nation and of the globe. The Principal, Rev. Fr. George Monis, highlighted on the efforts of the Management to dedicate this year for skill development and employability.
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State Level Cubs and Bulbuls Badge Work Camp : Anugraha School
The state level Cubs and Bulbuls badge work camp was held on 15th September to 17th September in Belagavi. From Anugraha School 6 cubs and 6 bulbuls attended the camp together with two teachers viz., Ms. Geetha and Ms. Sudharani. The camp enabled our teachers and students to go a step higher in this camp. We sincerely thank all the parents for the sending their tiny kids all the way to Belagavi for three days. The trained cubs and bulbuls are sharing their experience to all other students on every Thursday during scouting. The cubs and bulbuls who attended the camp will get the certificate signed by the Governor.

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“La Cuisine” Cookery Competition @ Darshan College & St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri.
“Born to Excel as Global Leaders” true to this motto of the Institution the Management always keeps in mind the all-round development of the students. “La Cuisine” cooking competition paved way for another opportunity to showcase their talents and to ignite the creative and innovative minds. Thirty one teams bubbled with the competitive spirit placed before the Judges liquid & solid dishes for a verdict of superlatives such as excellent, magnificent and the best. The Honourable Jury comprised of Mrs. Veena Serrao (Technology and Business Consultant @ IBM), Mrs. Jaisheela S (Lecturer @ SJB College) Rev. Sr. Immaculate D’Souza (Retired Principal).
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Anugraha School: Parents-Teachers Association
On 17th September 2016 there was parent-teacher's meet at Anugraha school Halbarga, Bidar. Fr. Alwyn, the CEB secretary was present for the meet. The entire meeting was on the role of parents n teachers in building the life of the children. Fr. Alwyn said: "Education is a relationship." He highlighted that we as parents n teachers have the responsibility in being connected one another for the all round growth of the students. The principal Fr. Richard Kadiwal brought a beautiful report of the school activities that took place so far. He also mentioned that capuchin existence in Halbarga is only for the growth of that area and he requested the cooperation of the parents in this regard. 
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Teacher’s Day Celebration at Trinity Central School
The teacher’s day was celebrated with great enthusiasm at Trinity Central School on 07-09/2016. On this occasion Floral arrangement and Wealth out of Waste Competition was organized for the students from grade I to X to develop the inclination of student towards environment. The beautiful floral display depicted the aesthetic sense of children and spread colour in our ambience. It was a day of delight for the teacher to see the talents of their students performing various shows in the afternoon. The students presented series of fun and entertaining events for the teachers.
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Scouts & Guides at Trinity Central School
In order to encourage the scouts and guides to develop the skills of planning, team work and leadership Trinity Central School has organized Hiking at Bharat Scout and guide training centre Pragathi nagar Alevoor. It gave an opportunity for Scouts and guides to explore nature at new place and learn about its flora and fauna. Over all it was a wonderful trip.
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Education Conference on Leadership & Management @ Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Four Capuchin Friars Fr. Godwin, Fr. Anil, Fr. Jaison & Fr. Alwyn had the privilege to participate in the Education Conference on Leadership & Management @ Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, organised & sponsored by XSEED Foundation. Sixty Priests, Religious and Sisters from Karnataka, Maharastra, Kerala and Tamil Nadu represented the ICSE & CBSE Schools. XSEED Foundation has five step pedagogy: Aim, Action, Analysis, Application, Assessment, which finally leads XSEED to succeed by transforming and building life skills.
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Anugraha School: Dance and Sing to your hearts content
It's not sufficient only academic activities for the all round growth of the students, rather it has to be accompanied with co-curricular activities. Today on 10/09/2016 Anugraha school took a bold step to fulfil this need of the students. Today Anugraha school had "dance and singing competition" to all the students. Rev. Deacon Praveen was present on this occasion to enlighten the staff and students on the importance of co-curricular activities for wholesome growth of the child. He did by teaching action songs and varieties of claps. With this introduction the competition began. Sr. Jothis DSS and Fr. Lourdsawmy OFM Cap were judges. Many parents witnessed the event. The light of Anugraha school is shining bright in the hearts of all the parents n people around. Thanks to God
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Mother Mary birthday celebration at St. Francis of Assisi School, Chikodi
Happy Birthday Mamma Mary
Sweet Mother shining bright
Hold me ever so tight
In your arm and close to your heart
May I never stay apart?
Oh how I love you sweet mother
Your love and grace is no other
St. Francis of Assisi school celebrated Mamma Mary’s birth day .The students of 3rd std depicted the annunciation through the skit followed by melodious singing of Mother Mary song in Kannada inviting every one to honor the goodness of Mother Mary. On this special day the school organized a flower arrangement competition. Flowers are the perfect expression of gratitude and appreciation. Every student from I –IX enthusiastically took part in the competition. It was a beautiful display of creativity and blend of colors.
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Teachers day celebration at St. Francis of Assisi School, Chikodi
Be a candle
Be a light
Be a twinkle
Be a hope
Be an inspiration
A great teacher forever
Teacher day is celebrated at St.Francis of Assisi School to acknowledge and recognize the hard work put in by the teachers towards students development. The teachers were solemnly brought to the hall with a band and showers of flowers. The school Prime Minister Anish X welcomed the gathering with a poetic words followed by escorting the teachers on the stage by the students with a beautiful description which glorified the statue of teachers. The students took great effort and ensured that teachers enjoy every minute.
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Happy Monti Fest : Halbarga Parish, Bidar
We the Fraternity of Anugraha Ashram, Halbarga, Bidar wish you a Happy Feast of Nativity our Mother Mary. We had meaningful celebration here on this day. The school remained close as local holiday. Many of the parish people joined the celebration and partook in the mass and became worthy of God’s blessing. Under the leadership of Rev. Fr. Karunesh the Assistant to Parish priest took the initiative to organize this feast for the villagers of Halbarga. He preached an inspiring sermon summarizing all the contribution of Our Mother in the Salvation of humanity. There many Christians from other denominations who were also enlightened on this occasion. Fr. Lourdswamy was the main celebrant who gave high mass and solemnized the celebration.
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Teacher’s Day Celebration @ St. Anthony’s PU College & Darshan College.
“I am a Teacher, I am not a soldier, but I go for war everyday and hold in my hands the most powerful weapon in the world. My army consists of naïve and untainted minds, to whom I offer my battle scars - the gift of knowledge and wisdom, my mentors have taught me before. I train my army not with guns and bombs, but with books which are just as explosive. I am not a doctor, but I treat their wounds, not with bandages and antiseptic, but with words which are just as therapeutic. I have won many battles in my life; I have healed many maimed people.
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Rapport with Public : Anugraha Ashram
We the community members of Anugraha Ashram visited our MLA Shree Eshwar Khandre, the minister of Municipal Administration and also Shree Shree Shree Dr. Basavalinga Pattadevaru Hirematha Samstana. It was an awesome day to meet some eminent personalities around our community. As we met the spiritual Guru he enlighten us with his God experience. We also met the MLA. As we met him we introduced ourselves and we wished him all the best for the new ministry as minister of municipal administration by garlanding him.
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Anugraha School: Parents-Teachers Association
On 17th September 2016 there was parent-teacher's meet at Anugraha school Halbarga, Bidar. Fr. Alwyn, the CEB secretary was present for the meet. The entire meeting was on the role of parents n teachers in building the life of the children. Fr. Alwyn said: "Education is a relationship." He highlighted that we as parents n teachers have the responsibility in being connected one another for the all round growth of the students. The principal Fr. Richard Kadiwal brought a beautiful report of the school activities that took place so far. He also mentioned that capuchin existence in Halbarga is only for the growth of that area and he requested the cooperation of the parents in this regard. Fr. Lourdsawmy welcomed all the guests and Fr. Karunesh thanked everyone as proposed the vote of thanks.

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Teacher’s Day Celebration at Trinity Central School
The teacher’s day was celebrated with great enthusiasm at Trinity Central School on 07-09/2016. On this occasion Floral arrangement and Wealth out of Waste Competition was organized for the students from grade I to X to develop the inclination of student towards environment. The beautiful floral display depicted the aesthetic sense of children and spread colour in our ambience. It was a day of delight for the teacher to see the talents of their students performing various shows in the afternoon. The students presented series of fun and entertaining events for the teachers.
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Scouts & Guides at Trinity Central School
In order to encourage the scouts and guides to develop the skills of planning, team work and leadership Trinity Central School has organized Hiking at Bharat Scout and guide training centre Pragathi nagar Alevoor. It gave an opportunity for Scouts and guides to explore nature at new place and learn about its flora and fauna. Over all it was a wonderful trip.
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Education Conference on Leadership & Management @ Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia