Ronald Colaco gifts Rs 3 Cr LKG to Class 10 govt school in Bengaluru


Report: Denzil Fernandes
Pictures: Daya Kukkaje
Daijiworld Media Network

Bengaluru, Jul 27: At a time when hundreds of government schools are in deplorable condition, the state-run higher primary school at Navarathna Agrahara in the outskirts of the City (near Kempegowda International airport) will give any private school a good run for its money in terms of its infrastructure and aesthetics. The swanky new building constructed at a cost of Rs 3.1 crore has been a reality thanks to the generosity of Ronald Colaco, an NRI philanthropist, who is partly residing in Bengaluru.

On Friday, Union Minister and former Chief Minister D.V Sadananda Gowda and former minister and senior Congress leader Krishna Byre Gowda joined Colaco and his family to inaugurate the new school in the august presence of Colaco’s college English lecturer, Prof K.E Radhakrishna, Additional Director General of Police (Prisons) N Megharik, MLC Narayana Swamy, DDPI, BEO, jurisdictional GP president Mahesh and several Zilla+Taluk+Grama Panchayat members. The local community was present in full force including residents of Hollywood and Swiss-Town to witness the grand inaugural.







































































































 
The high-tech school of international standard which is far better than any private school consists of swanky classrooms from LKG to Class 10, two separate chambers for primary and high school headmasters, staff chambers, records’ room, pantry, staff toilets for gents and ladies, a computer laboratory, a conference/function hall, sports section and facilities, kitchen and dining hall to provide mid-day meal to the children, 31 CCTV cameras, public address system, a separate washroom for girls and boys, watchman quarters, all of which matches the standard of a best-known schools. 

Colaco’s son Nigel, director of projects with his father, was behind the entire design, construction and execution of the project, that too within a record time of five months since it was taken up.

Television anchor Aparna Vastarey compered in chaste Kannada, in style. She introduced Colaco as the one who had been invited for breakfast meetings, twice, by the President of the most powerful nation in the world USA, Donald Trump and the first time being within 12 days of his assuming office of the President.

She also said that Colaco has been honoured by the Office of the Prime Minister of Australia in Melbourne during 2015 and honoured by the Premier of Ontario, Canada Dough Ford by inviting Colaco family to the Parliament and handing over a certificate of appreciation for his international humanitarian services which he stated in his certificate that it is an inspiration for all of them. She also cited the honour bestowed on Colaco by the Times Group adjudicating him as the only Global NRI of the Year 2017 in philanthropy selected from over 110 countries.

She also mentioned the prestigious Karnataka Rajyotsava Award 2017 conferred on Colaco and the list of accolades, awards & honours bestowed on Colaco in various countries of the World runs into 3 pages and therefore she would not take more time of the audience.

There was a felicitation ceremony for Ronald Colaco where the dignitaries honoured him with Mysore Peta, shawl and memento.

India needs 100s of Colacos : DVS

Union Minister D V Sadananda Gowda, who travelled from New Delhi for the event, lauded the efforts of Ronald Colaco in building the school. He said: “Not everyone has the nature of giving back to the society. What we normally see is people who want to make more and more money. Colaco is in the forefront of all those people who are committed to generously help the needy people of the society. Politicians who talk in front of the television are becoming popular but those who actually work and walk the talk do not get any limelight,” he said.

During the speech, Gowda, who is also the former Chief Minister of Karnataka, listed out several philanthropic works of Colaco including the donation of a hospital, government and private educational institutions, taluk offices, judiciary bhavan, roads etc.. He said: “I can spend another thirty minutes listing out his charitable works that I know about. I have been in politics for more than thirty years. I have realised that the government on its own cannot do everything. The nation will only develop when the people who have, extend their support to those - have-nots. India needs 100s of people like Colaco. Then, there is no need to depend on the government,” he said, while the crowd responded with thunderous applause.

Gowda also said his busy schedule compelled him to skip the inaugural event but ensured his presence as he was impressed by the philanthropic works of Colaco. “The list of donations and contributions made by him runs into pages without an end,” he said. The union minister also called upon the school management to give importance to specialisation and skill development of the children during their academics.

 

English medium in 1000 government schools : Krishna Byre Gowda

Former minister and senior Congress leader Krishna Byre Gowda said the JD(S)-Congress coalition government, which was in power till recently, has introduced English medium in about 1,000 government schools in the State. He also promised Colaco to put in all efforts and ensure the English medium is also introduced in the just-inaugurated government school at Navarathna Agrahara.

During the address, he said: “Ronald Colaco has spent Rs 3 crore to build a new government school. It’s better than any private school. I am happy that the poor children will have access to a high-tech school. The facilities and even the quality of material being used are so good. It’s aesthetically built. It’s as good as an international school. Money is one thing but the efforts put in shows the real commitment of the family of Colaco to do the maximum in whatever works he takes up.”
He also explained that the medium of education need not be English to succeed in life. “Colaco studied in a government school but his business has taken him to several foreign countries. I too studied in a Kannada medium school. The students should concentrate on developing skills irrespective of what the medium of education is,” the former minister said.

More people should come forward : Colaco

Speaking at the occasion, Ronald Colaco requested more people to come forward and develop government schools which are in bad condition. “I used to get a lot of requests from people around here to support their children’s education. The parents, by spending their entire savings or borrowing money, want to send their children to private schools since the curriculum is in English. I decided to build a government school with an international standard and seek permission for English medium school so that it provides a permanent solution to these parents wherein they can educate their children free of cost under the government schemes,” he said.

Colaco also urged the faculty and the students to ensure upkeep and cleanliness of the school. “The school is yours. Maintain it well. Keep the toilets clean and ensure the walls are not dirtied. Do not litter anywhere. Also, work hard to earn recognition from the education department of State and the Centre as the best school not only in the standard of upkeep but also in the academic results,” he told the students and the teachers.

The teachers, he said, have an additional responsibility not only to maintain the school but also imparting quality of education as well as human values. “There are three categories of teachers. The bad teacher is the one who always complains, the average teacher is that who always explains and the great teacher inspires and ignites the thinking process of a student. He/she adds fuel of interest to the fire of wisdom. The candle will remain as a candle until it’s burning. If a candle has to throw light, it has to keep burning. Similarly, if the teacher has to enhance his/her knowledge, they have to keep learning. Therefore, the learning is a continuous process. If yesterday’s graduate stops learning today, he will be tomorrow’s illiterate,” he said while advising teachers to go the extra mile and work hard to get the students at par with those of the best-known schools.

Colaco also said that a few well-educated residents of Hollywood Town and Swiss-Town residents such as Swati Sundareshan, Meena Pais, Preet David, Mariette Alavares, Judy Pereira, Ruchira Bharghava, Meera Umesh, Bridge Chopra, Sushila Raju, Kamal Kandhari, Suzan Almeida and Madhu Karur have volunteered to train the teachers and students.
His english lecturer speaks

Prof. K.E Radhakrishna recalled his memories with Colaco as a student and later as a friend. “I am very happy that my student has grown up as an accomplished person who is also God-fearing and loved by all. That gives me immense satisfaction as a teacher. I have been a living witness to his philanthropic works. He not only distributes a part of his wealth but puts in a lot of effort in whatever charitable works he does, be it building schools, police station, taluk offices, temples, churches etc.The end result of his works are always the best and so very different from what others do,” he said.

The retired professor, who was also the former president of All India All College Principals’ Association, hailed the support of Colaco’s wife Jean Colaco. “I have seen many families where the husbands choose to donate for charity secretly due to lack of support from their family. But Jean Colaco is different. She has not only supported his philanthropic works but has encouraged her husband to do even more. And therefore, she is not only the backbone of her husband but the bone itself,” he said.

Radhakrishna made the promise to travel all the way from Bengaluru and teach English to the students of Government Higher Primary School once a week if the government decides to introduce English medium in the school.

By building police station Colaco became a model one in the entire country: ADGP N. Megharik

While appreciating the philanthropic works of Colaco, Megharik also cherished his friendship with Colaco’s family and remembered how Colaco created history in the entire country by being the first one to donate the state-of-the-art police station in Bengaluru’s Frazer Town. “Never in the history of India a private individual has built a police station which became a model one in the entire country. I am sure the government school, built by him at Navarathna Agrahara, will create enough interest among people to come forward and help rebuilding different government schools,” Megharik, who was also the Police Commissioner of Bengaluru, said.

Earlier, Mahesh Kumar NK, president of Doddajala gram panchayat delivered opening address and welcomed the dignitaries. He said: “I had reached out to a lot of companies in the last two years but no one came forward. One of the faculties suggested the name of Colaco. We met him. He wanted to see the school in person and soon after agreed to demolish the existing school building which accommodated students from 1st and 7th standard. Even this old school was also constructed and provided by none other than Ronald Colaco himself some 18 years ago wherein one of the classrooms was donated by a Belgian, Yvon Robert, residing in Swiss Town,” Kumar said. “With the timely support, we were able to complete the construction of new school before the academic year.”

The gram panchayat president also thanked Colaco for constructing an international standard 2.5-km road, consisting of four lanes along with a beautifully landscaped central median, storm water drain and street lights between Sadahalli Gate of National Highway near international airport upto Navarathna Agrahara and beyond. The project was also inaugurated by Sadananda Gowda, who was the then Chief Minister of Karnataka. He also said that Colaco is fully responsible for various overall development of a few surrounding villages including Navarathna Agrahara.

During the address, MLC Narayana Swamy also showered praises on Colaco’s charitable works. He also urged him to build a few more government schools in the state that are in dilapidated condition. Deputy Director of Public Instruction (DDPI) Chandrahas also spoke on the occasion and assured all his efforts in getting the sanction of the government for High School and introduction of English medium from the next academic year, especially when such an infrastructure of international standard with all amenities available at their disposal.

The programme ended with cultural dances by students followed by lunch.

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  • dk shetty, mangalore/Oman

    Sun, Aug 4 2019

    Great example of philanthropy and humanitarianism. He has not only built so many buildings and given away in charity to various organizations, he has also built temple, he is above any religion/caste/cree he is truly a Vishwa manava and great son of our tulunadu.

    Kudos to you,

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  • Ram, Karkala/Dubai

    Tue, Aug 6 2019

    Jai Modiji...

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  • Manoj, Manoj

    Tue, Aug 13 2019

    Why modiji in this case. It is duty of modiji. But he is interested in useless projects. That's why Ronald colaco came forward to do his duty. Jai colaco.

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  • Francis, Shirva/UK

    Sat, Aug 3 2019

    Congratulations bab Ronald Colaco.

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  • Mary, Dubai

    Sat, Aug 3 2019

    Great Works by Great Man. God Bless

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  • Raphael, UDUPI

    Fri, Aug 2 2019

    Great job Sir. God bless

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  • Kevin Misquith, Mangalore

    Fri, Aug 2 2019

    Great & Noble work sir, It will not only benefit & change the life of the students studying there but their entire families for generations to come. You are great & May God bless you & your family abundantly

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  • P. Kumar, Mangalore

    Thu, Aug 1 2019

    Congratulations and thanks to Mr Colaco for doing good, charitable work.
    I recently read on this website about a mangalorean scientist who has invented a mosquito trapping device named mozziquit, but has stated that he needs money to start production. I also read with sadness the number of deaths and illness cases in Mangalore due to mosquitoes.
    Maybe the great soul of Mr Colaco or such other philanthropic persons from the Mangalore region living in India or abroad come forward, help this innovator to produce the device in big numbers and save at least a few cases of dengue, malaria etc.

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  • Dr Gerald PInto, Kallianpur

    Wed, Jul 31 2019

    It is a graet work by a great man. He will be greatest if Janavahini shares money of poor people is repaid.

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  • Praveen Pinto, Bendoor MANGALORE

    Wed, Jul 31 2019

    Dear Ronald Colaco,
    I Salute your magnanimity ! I wish that many more Colaco’s are born on this land of ours. Charity is basic and a quality that is blessed a thousand fold. If one can promote education for the poor he is truly special and unique. Sir, your kind of charity is of the higher kind of benevolence one can offer the deserving. You are truly a role model to all. Joy comes in waves when we give and donate. Let your positivity and philanthropy inspire many more hearts in the years to come. Let your generosity have a butterfly effect so that all humans show love long live in tangibility.

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  • Anthony H Crasta, Granville/Sydney

    Wed, Jul 31 2019

    Another noble gesture by this great Philanthropist. May God bless you Ronald Colaco, and may you keep going with your generous charity work.

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  • CHRISTINE, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 31 2019

    Donated to Schools.Your are great.

    I have one thing in mind. Govt. sanctioned 535 crores to Kodagu development. Waived loans of fishermen. So it has money to development Govt. schools and colleges. It is not doing because they will not get vote from them. They are children.

    You would have given that money for poor patients. Poor students who have no money to study. You would have opened one orphanage for children and educated them so that they can become good educated citizens of India.

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  • Vijay Edward Miranda, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 31 2019

    He is a gem... Should be contesting CM or PM election... Definitely will make our country no. One...

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  • ron patrao, mangalore

    Tue, Jul 30 2019

    mr.ronald colaco.

    you are donating your earnings to others. really great. you have donated a lot so far.

    My personal request is you could have diverted this amount to persons who are extremely poor students,poor widows, poor parents for their childrens marriage...........for those who pursue education in the field of administration such as IAS,IPS,IES,IFS,IRS,KAS............We have too many students with talent s in our district, but cannot afford..Ultimately it is your wish.

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Katapadi/Bangaluru

    Tue, Jul 30 2019

    Great gesture indeed to help the needy and deserving.

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  • Jossie Mascarenhas, Bajpe / Dubai

    Tue, Jul 30 2019

    An extraordinary gesture of charity and philanthropy. God bless you Mr. Colaco and your family.

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  • Fr. Vincent D Souza, Kulur- Mangalore

    Tue, Jul 30 2019

    It is said: " Man is closer to God when he is closer to the people." Mr. Ronald Colaco has seen God amongst the poor and needy people. I can boldly say that Mr. Colaco is closer to God by becoming closer to Lakhs of poor and the needy people. I pray: May Grace and Peace of God multiply in his life through the loove of our Lord and service to His people. Congratulations dear Rony bab. God bless your family.

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  • James Fernandes, Barkur/USA

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Bene Facta, Bene Dilabuntur.
    Well Earned, Well spent.

    You are proving again and again;
    "More is expected of you, Because More is Given to you."
    May you lamp never go without Oil.

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  • jerome, mangalore

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Great Soul ,thank you FOR doing wonderfull job, you areTHE MAN,HARD TO FIND PERSON LIKE YOU. SOME Leaders spend money on DEVOTIONAL PLACES, BUT you finding God in HUMANITY, So many Messionaries, Priest, Nuns had done great things towerds EDUCATION, AND CHARITY, BUT MOST OF THE TIME WE DONT GET APPRICIATIONS AND HATRED TOWARS DOING GOOD THING, YOU know what i mean, God bless you Sir, Iam not your supporter, and i dont know you either , but I appriciate, and Pray for you and your dear one who support you(wife)

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  • Joe Gonsalves, Mangalore

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    I have had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Colac0 in the past. His making available Rs. 3 Cr for educational purposes is nothing new. As philanthropist he has helped various institutions in the past and he will continue this charitable work in the years to follow.

    I join several others in offering my good wishes and saying KUDOS to him

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  • Rudy D Souza & Family, Omzoor/Kuwait

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    I salute Mr. Ronald Colaco and family for your generosity everywhere and towards everyone in one or the other way. I find no words to write because the list of donations and contributions made by you runs into pages without an end. The present one is the greatest as it serves poor children to have access to a high-tech school. With great honor, I bow my head to you Mr. Colaco family. You are really a gem in our community, the pride of Nation, a simple and selfless person. Hope this prestige project will give chances to all talented children to come forward and give back to society the same way they received. Surely all the children in this institute may remember you one day for the availability of giving such a chance which otherwise would not be possible to them. Hats off Mr. Colaco and family. God Bless you.

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  • Ashok bailur, udupi

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Dear Sir,

    Really very great Nobel gesture and humanity shown for needy children.

    God bless you and your family good health and happiness....

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  • Sathish Kumar Shetty, Bangalore

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Great job from kind human. Abinava Karna.

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  • santosh Manglore, Manglore

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Noble deed! Role model for others.

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  • EULALIA DSOUZA, MANGALURU

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Dear Mr. Colaco you are a living legend, who has always made a difference in society, brought smiles to many faces who needed help. You never looked at caste or creed, religion or race, you always looked for the need of the hour and did what was right.
    At the time when Govt run schools are facing closure, your good will has brought hope to so many poor children with world class facilities. What a noble thought that was implemented in to reality indeed.
    May your family and you be Blessed with Good Health, Peace and contentment in life. Gob Bless you abundantly so that you continue your Noble Gestures to society and Humanity.

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  • AnoNymouS, Mangalore

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Very noble deed. I wish there were a few native trees in the compound to let the students know the importance of greenery and the need of the hour.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    I just bow my head to you dear Sir.You are really a Gem in our community,pride of Nation ,a simple and selfless person with family.Let all children in this institute may remember you one day for the availability of giving such a chance which otherwise not possible to poor ones.hope this prestige object will give chances to all talented children to come forward.and give back to soceity the same way they received.Hats off.Hope they will keep it too clean and good.One more word,Please give some attention to the children who were not able to go to school as last written in Daiji who had to go through middle of forest walking for miles to a distant school.They have no possibility of a school bus.

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  • Deepak, Paladka / Dubai

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Role model to many businessmen and wealthy people. We do have so many wealthy people around us but you need a big heart to give back to the society.

    God bless you Ronald sir.

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  • Vikram, Dubai

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    One in a million - Mr Ronald Colaco.... Many people are busy in minting their money these days... But some only stand out from it like Mr. Ronald Colaco ...God bless you Sir.

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  • joe lobo, kulshekar/bangalore

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Keep up the good work,Ron!

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  • Rajesh, Mulki

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    If all of our politicians ,government officers start to live only with their salaries and completely stop taking bribes then we will be a developed economy in 12 months .If we continue with our religion poltics combined with corruption then dont dream ever....May God bless people like Mr Colaco who are rays of hope in present day India which is filled with hatred sown by the leaders. People like him are doing the right thing by supporting the schools .The next thing we need is good teachers who sow the seeds of love and humanity in our future citizens.....

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  • Lester Prince Fernandes, TALIPADY

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Great Job !
    Giving is not a big deal. But ensuring it reaches the right people and needy is important. If it reaches our corrupt ministers, then the donated money is as good as a waste piece of papers.

    In India, we have lot of good people who help the poor, but if there is a middlemen involved then it wont make justice.

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  • Senior citizen, Puttur

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Hats off to you Sir.Ronald Colaco. You are the super star in our community. Our best wishes for your future endeavours. May the almighty grant you good health, happiness and success.

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  • KvKamath, Mangalore

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    May the almighty bless you and Your Family with health, wealth andall round growth , Mr.Ronald Colaco Sir.

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  • Bro.Dr. HenrySequeira, Bangalore/Pamboor.

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Congratulations Sir for your great generosity and good will for the up liftment of the poor children's/Government School. God bless you abundantly and give you good health of body and mind to do more for the society. I am very very proud of you.

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  • SJM, Mangalore

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Great work Sir. Pls do something for children those who walks 24km to reach school everyday in between the forest in Belgavi.
    May God Bless you sir

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  • Chandu, Karla

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Sir, Please request Jarakiholi Brothers of Belagavi to do something.

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  • rahulraj, kadri

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Any help towards Mangaluru?

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  • Rohan, USA

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Wonderful, long live humanity.
    This gentleman has done, what govt could not!
    This should be the model school for future govt school. Every poor child deserves as much as rich one

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  • Irshad Shiekh, Jeddah / Udupi

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    One more noble cause from a real gentleman, who makes the difference to the society. Hatsoff sir

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  • Neviel, Dubai, Udupi

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    I believe that this facility should be provide for the Rural areas not for urban, because the Urban areas people are availing this facility.

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  • dinesh shetty, Nitte/Dubai

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Dear Mr Ronald I will say a simple word " Ur Man amongst all men" may God bless u

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  • karthik, Qatar

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Indeed shetry, Daiji kindly convey the title to Colaco sir

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  • Jeevan, Bengaluru

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    We now to you Sir, for giving such a prestigious gift that every child deserves to shape its future. You were the first to donate a well equipped police station in Frazer Town and it was later conceived by others to donate model police stations all over the state. Now this step of yours will make others think twice and make them to donate schools for all...God Bless you and your family with good health..

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  • cynthia, Mangalore

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    off course its a great support ! God bless you Dear Mr.Colaco but, why for Government School our government authority should improve and take care of the funds school. anyways appreciate Mr.Colaco's generosity remain blessed always sirji...

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  • Naveen, Mangalore

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Great work may god bless you..

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  • Max and Jessie Rasquinha, Mangalore, Houston/Dallas, Texas, U.S.A

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Another kind and noble gesture on the part of Mr. Ronald Colaco and family towards the Educational enrichment of Bangalore. Our sincere congratulations to him and his family.

    Gesture of this kind is certainly an additional feather on the "Noble Bonnet" of all the charitable contributions so generously extended by Mr. Ronald Colaco and his family. The entire Nation of India will remain grateful to him. May God grant him continued good health and happiness, and may his family too remain blessed at all times.

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  • Austin R.J. Peres, MANGALURU

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Congratulations Ron,Jean & family. After so many of your contributions to the society and to the Government, this one is the greatest. It will benefit children of generations to come and that too who come from a poor background. God will certainly bless you all a thousand folds with good health, happiness and prosperity.

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  • Gabriel Lewis, Brahmavar

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    May GOD bless you & your family with good health and prosperity to do more good works for HIS glory.

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  • Mangalurian, Mangaluru

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    A great gesture from Mr Colaco. I am sure there will be many very grateful families.

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  • Sunil Dsa, Permannur /Doha Qatar

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Great work May God Bless you and your Family

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  • Jeneview, Dubai

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    Ron, sky is only the limit for you. Your name will remain in the history of Mangalorean community books for ages and ages. Stay blessed

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  • Sharmil Mendonca, Bahrain/ Mangalore

    Mon, Jul 29 2019

    I have been great follower of Mr Colaco on this website. Everytime he comes in news, he brings smile in the face of needy people. Noble gesture, moreover, he is a great role model to the humanity

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