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B'lore: Christians must be value based leaders, says Archbishop


From Our Special Correspondent
Daijiworld Media Network - Bangalore

Bangalore, Jul 27: Christians in all walks of life must discharge their duty diligently and conscientiously as ''value based leaders,” said Archbishop Dr Bernard Moras.
Presiding over the 10th Batch (2014-2015) of the Career Advancement Program for Civil Service Examination Coaching at KROSS Institute for Civil Service (KICS), the Archbishop of Bangalore said the Christians had to follow their conscience in whichever field they were working, be it in politics, administration or other sectors.


''Be sincere to self and commit yourself to the cause you are entrusted to,” he said urging the youthto come forward in a big way and accept the challenge to study well, remain focused and grab good positions in the Government if we want to discourage corruption.

The function had a galaxy of leaders belonging to the Christian community from former chief secretary and minister J Alexander, sitting MLAs J R Lobo and Vinisha Nero of the Anglo Indian Community, newly nominated MLC Ivan D’Souza, former MLA Ivan Nigli, former DGP FTR Colaco, senior ex-bureaucrats Anthony Mendonca, Francis Anthony, Susainathan and others.

Fr Peter Brank, Director, KROSS, welcomed the gathering, Chris L Bernard, CAP Coordinator, KROSS gave a brief introduction. Sr Nancy Lobo, Program Officer, KROSS compered the programme and Clement Fernandes, Asst Manager Program support, KROSS proposed the vote of thanks. 

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  • Asha D'Souza, Maryhill Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 30 2014

    Wish you all the very best.

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  • Fr Shanthraj R , Gadenahalli/Dasapura

    Wed, Jul 30 2014

    Congratulations to KROSS for consistent efforts of grooming future value based leaders!!!

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  • Fr. Veeresh V. Moras, Madanthyar/Shimoga

    Tue, Jul 29 2014

    I wish all the best for the 10th Batch... May you all come out in flying colors. Congratulations to KROSS for the consistent efforts of grooming future value based leaders!!!

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  • Veena D Souza, Mangalore CODP

    Tue, Jul 29 2014

    Hats off to Fr. Peter Brank and Team. We need more Value Based youths. Great Job. Well Done.

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  • venisha, Mangalore CODP

    Tue, Jul 29 2014

    Congratulations..........Good job. keep going.

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  • Victoria, Mangalore/Hassan

    Tue, Jul 29 2014

    Congratulations to Rev. Fr. Peter Brank and his team at KROSS, Bangalore for doing a wonderful job by not only providing academic inputs but also grooms the youth to be value based leaders.

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  • Clement Fernandes, Sunkeri/Bangalore

    Tue, Jul 29 2014

    KROSS Institute of Civil Service has been doing yeoman service in coaching the Christian youth to be value based leaders. Our youth have to come forward to accept the challenge and gain an entry into Government Service if at all we wish to see the changes that we Christians envisage. Congrats to Rev. Fr. Peter Brank and his team for the efforts that they are putting in to bring in transparency and accountability in civil service.

    Clement Fernandes

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  • C L Bernard, Bangalore

    Mon, Jul 28 2014

    Congratulations to KROSS INSTITUTE FOR CIVIL SERVICE for taking the initiative to train students for Civil Service Exams. My appreciation to all those who have worked hard to bring students to KICS. Surely, in coming years you will see more of these students working in High Ranking Civil Services. I congratulate the Archbishop, Fr. Peter and all the Officers who have taken such a great initiative to train youth for a noble cause. My Best Wishes

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  • prashanth, bangalore

    Mon, Jul 28 2014

    thanks for KROSS for giving tremendous opportunity to study in their academy

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  • Peter , Bangalore

    Mon, Jul 28 2014

    It is good of KROSS for doing good work to train youth from the state of Karnataka and help them to serve the state with good values when the attraction is to abroad especially by those who are in the creamy layer. We need to encourage our youth to study and work here for our country and people. It is difficult for our youth to go to cities like Delhi and go through such a coaching which is very expensive. We hope the young benefit from such an initiative. Thanks to Daijiworld

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