Daijiworld Media Network
Mangaluru, June 23: Aloysius D'Souza, president of Mangalore City High School headmasters and Pre-University College Principals committee, Mangaluru Dakshina Kannada (MCHMPA) and secretary Matilda D'Costa welcomed all for an educational get together on Thursday, June 23, to honour SSLC 2022 toppers, student achievers, retired heads and school heads for achieving 100% results in their institutes and for distribution of the Scholarship of Stany Francis Baretto.
The programme began with a prayer and nada geete by students of Rosario High school. All people were been welcomed through a dance by students of the school. Fr Alfred J Pinto, priest of Rosario Cathedral Church, inaugurated the programme. S L Bojegowda, MLC was the chief guest.
Sudhakara K, deputy director (Development), Sa Sha E of Dakshina Kannada district, Jayavanthi and Jayashree were also present and the guest was Stany Francis Baretto, graduate assistant, Milagres High School, Mangaluru.
Fr Alfred J Pinto gave the message. He said that teachers are doing a fabulous job, noble work and their encouragement to the students is great. “They find out the talents in children and help them to blossom and the new concept of NEP is a way to change our attitude and life style,” he said.
The retired heads were honoured at first.
S L Bojegowda said that Dakshina Kannada is giving proper education and all the facilities should be given in the form of education.
“All children should be given compulsory education till 21 years as per government rules. All the possible help should be given to MCHMPA. Infrastructure should be good for good education and teachers are able to bring changes in society through education,” he said.
He also honoured SSLC 2022 toppers and achievers.
Sudhakar K said, “through teachers it is possible to create the best society. Dakshina Kannada district has many prestigious schools and they are good for quality of education. They toil in making even so intelligent students to pass, which is praiseworthy. Many students have scored 625 marks which is remarkable. And finally I am honoured to learn that the school has earned 100% results because of the school heads,” he said.
Scholarships were given away. Stany Francis Baretto said, “good nature, good belief and respect are three things that should be there in your families and this is all I pray and wish.”
Baretto donated a sum of Rs 90,000 as scholarship amount to students and another Rs 40,000 for the day’s programme.
Aloysius D'Souza made his welcome speech. Matilda D'Costa proposed a vote of thanks.
Sr Anitha D'Souza and Shanthi Lobo emceed the proceedings. The event was followed by National Anthem.