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School cabinet installed at Don Bosco School Trasi

In a solemn ceremony, the newly elected Leaders of Don Bosco School, Trasi – Kundapura were installed with the administering of the Oath and investing them with sashes and badges recently. Rev. Fr. Kiran Nazareth SDB, was the Chief Guest while Rev. Fr. Maxim D’Souza, the Rector presided over the function.

The Leaders elected for various posts are the following:

School Leaders: Nithyashree V. (School Head Girl), Kyalwin Crasta (School Head Boy), Jessel Crasta (School Asst. Head Girl), Prajwal D’Souza (School Asst. Head Boy)

House Captains: Alvita Rodrigues (Red House), Deepthi K. (Blue House), Milan Mascarenhas (Green House), Thomson Coutinho (Yellow House)

House Vice Captains: Genisia Mendonca (Red House), Carol Rebeiro (Blue House), Ryan Pinto (Green House), Sania Pais (Yellow House)

Besides these, the Class Coordinators of Houses and Class Monitors were also administered Oath of Office. The Chief Guest, Fr. Kiran Nazareth reminded the students that being part of Don Bosco is something they should be proud of because Don Bosco is an international brand in education. He also exhorted the leaders to lead with Compassion, Passion and Action to be effective leaders. Fr. Maxim D’Souza, in his presidential address highlighted that Don Bosco is preparing leaders of tomorrow. Citing the example of 2 students namely, Kyalwin Crasta (Vice President of YCS Central Council) & Joylin Dias (President of Kundapura YCS) who have bagged top offices in Udupi Diocesan Central Council, he pointed out that these students were not among those who would shine in curricular activities have now shown leadership qualities and Don Bosco School is preparing such future leaders.

Present on the occasion was Fr. Roshan D’Souza, the Administrator and Fr. Ronald Vaz, the Vice Principal. The program was compered by the students and was coordinated by Tr. Jyothi Reshma Quadras.

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