Beltangady: Cluster level Prathiba Karanji held at Holy Redeemer School

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Beltangady, Aug 25: A cluster level Prathiba Karanji competition was held on August 23 at Holy Redeemer English Medium School, Beltangady, in collaboration with School Education and Literacy Department, Block Education Department, Beltangady and Cluster Resource Centre, Beltangady.

The programme was inaugurated by school correspondent Fr Joseph Cardoza. Block resource co-ordinator Shambu Shankar was the chief guest. Students from 17 Schools participated in 15 different competitions. Valedictory and prize distribution ceremony was organized later. Chief guest Virupaksha, block education officer lauded the success of the programme.

School headmaster Fr Clifford Pinto congratulated and thanked all who contributed for the event.

Treasurer of Primary School Teachers' Association of Beltangady Taluk Lokesh, Beltangady cluster resource person Varija, block resource person Mohan, church school headmistress Renny Vas and vice president of School Teachers Parents Association Bonaventure Pinto were present.


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

    Thu, Aug 25 2022

    Innovative methods are the need of the hour ! A Good initiative and encouragement for the Talent Oriented Children ! GOD BLESS !!!

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