St Xavier Group of Education Institutions Celebrates Graduation Day

News and Pics by Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network—Mumbai (RD/CN)

Mumbai, Mar 26:
The graduation day of the St Xavier Group of Education Institutions – student development center, located at Doulat Nagar, Borivali (East), was held at Rayan International School grounds, Evershine Nagar, Malad (East), on Thursday March 25.  The programme was themed ‘Environmental Protection is Prime Responsibility.’ 
Gurucharan Singh, actor, popular TV comedy ‘Tarak Mehta Ka Ulta Chashma,’ awarded the certificates to the students during the programme.
Speaking on the occasion, he said that graduation day will be a milestone in the life of a student, and signifies that he/she will be disciplined and confident to face the challenges of the life ahead. 

Bombay Port Night High School deputy chairman Prakash Moodbidri, pastor Dr Adrian Lopez, actor Dayashankar Pandey, Maharastra Red Cross co-ordinator Bhavesh V Savo, Akshay Seth, Shresya Industries proprietor Ashok Moodbidri, veteran playback singer Nilesh Takker, Nita Joicy, and Nikita were the guests of honour.
St Francis Xavier Group founder Dr Augustine F Pinto and Grace Pinto were also present on the dais.
Ryan International-Malad head teacher Mini Nair, and assistant head teacher Varsha Kumta were also present.
Teacher Irene D’Souza compered the programme.


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