Mangaluru: St Aloysius Gonzaga School holds Jyothi Pradaan 2022-23

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Mangaluru, Feb 18: St Aloysius Gonzaga School organisedthe 'Jyothi Pradaan' ceremony for the outgoing batch of Class X 2022-23 on February 13.

The chief guest Fr Melwin Pinto SJ, rector of St Aloysius Institutions advised the students to set a goal, keep reflecting and live a meaningful life by contributing to the development of society.

The principal Fr Melwyn Anil Lobo SJ in his speech said, "Jyothi Pradaan is to light the light within us." He gave a call to students to be focused and open-minded to embrace the challenges of life with a positive attitude.

The vice-principal Laurel D’Souza highlighted the importance of light and said, “Light symbolizes a divine presence, a ray of hope which is the only source of all creation which dispels all darkness and ushers in wisdom, knowledge and understanding”. On behalf of the outgoing students, Neil Wilfred Rodricks and Amisha Karen D'Souza shared their experience in St Aloysius Gonzaga School.

Teachers Sandhya Manoj and Shilpa Ballal expressed their views and wished them well for the future. The parent representative Priya Eustace, the proud parent of Tia Marian Eustace, shared her experience of being a parent in this school for the last 10 years and expressed gratitude to the management.

Jisha Thomas welcomed the gathering. The vote of thanks was proposed by Preethan Pereira. The programme was compered by Vidya Esther. Preethan Periera, Sandhya Manoj and Jisha Thomas were the programme coordinators.




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  • Ben D'Souza Prabhu, Mangalore, Bombay Bandra now in Canada

    Mon, Feb 20 2023

    Many thanks to you all my dear friends for this Unique Celebration of JYOTHI PRADAAN 2022 - 23 Year ! Wish you all Good Luck !!!

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