Mangaluru: Lourdes central school holds investiture ceremony

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Mangaluru, Jun 20: The investiture ceremony of Lourdes central school was held on its roof top auditorium, on Saturday, June 17.

The programme commenced with the chief guest Fr Manager Wilson L Vitus Dsouza speaking about the political leaders like Aristotle. The manager Wilson L Vitus D'Souza , principal Fr Robert D’Souza and vice principal Belita Mascarenhas were escorted by the head boy, Gavin Abner Pinto to the dais.


Sakshi Shetty of class 12 B welcomed the audience and dignitaries followed by the ceremony of lighting the lamp. The chosen students who were to be representing the school cabinet for the academic year 2017-18 were felicitated with their positions. Two new portfolios were introduced by the principal for the coming years. Those were, the LCS commandos and the school choir representatives.

The LCS commandos include, Samradh Alva of 12 A (captain), Sougandh (vice captain) of class 11 A, Aman CM, Mohammed Khaleel, Lakshith Srisrimal, Pradeep, Suvan Bn, Vraj Rabara, Alison Fernandes, Anushka Ullal, Bhakthi Shah, Nisha Shetty and the two choir representatives were, Parvathi Menon and Nilisha Dsa.

The manager and Fr principal enlightened the gathering through their words of wisdom. Finally, the phenomenal event came to an end with the headboy Gavin Abner Pinto proposing the vote of thanks. The programme concluded with the singing of National Anthem.

The programme was anchored by Ayushi Mishra and Abel Shibu of class 12B.


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