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CAPUCHIN EDUCATION BOARD (CEB)
Saccidananda, Capuchin Provincialate,
Dr Rajkumar Road, P.B. No. 1060, Rajajinagar Ist Block,
Bangalore - 560 010,
Karnataka State, INDIA

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080- 23377790 / 080- 23470178

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080 - 23474342

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RECENT ACTIVITIES AROUND OUR SCHOOLS


ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI SCHOOL - Chikodi
100 % RESULTS - X Std ICSE EXAMS
Congratulations to all our dear X Std. students of the academic year 2021-22

 


100% results in ICSE Board exams 2021-22 for the 8th consecutive year
In yet another achievement the Trinity Central School, Perampalli has aced the ICSE results with an outstanding performance. With a formidable 100% for the 8th consecutive year and 11 students securing 100/100 in different subjects, the students have indeed brought laurels to the school. With 50 students appearing for the exam everyone has passed with flying colours.
Rania Dsouza has put in her best efforts and has performed exceptionally well by securing 98.4%. She is the topper of the school. Dagney Carol Noronha stands second with 97.2% whereas, Harsha U Poojary and Kannika secure the third position with 96.4%.

While 6 students have scored above 95%, 8 students have scored above 90%, 10 students above 85%, 11 students above 80%, 7 students above 75%, 8 students have secured above 65% and have brought accolade and laurels to the school.

The following students defied their adversities by securing 100/100 in the following subjects:
Rania Dsouza (History & Civics, Chemistry and Biology)
Kannika (Mathematics and Biology)
Sampada (Biology and History & Civics
Harsha U Poojary (History & Civics and Mathematics)
Dagney Carol Noronha (Biology)
Aadhya R Shetty (Biology)

The hard work of the teachers and the personal accomplishments of the students are no doubt commendable. Trinity Central School has created a niche for itself with its consistent performance in the last few years. We are proud of the perseverance and dedication of our students and teachers who have left no stone unturned to outshine with a 100% result. We congratulate all the students and their parents for their outstanding achievement. We wish them all the very best in their future endeavours.




Chef day at Trinity Central School
As rightly said by Julia Child “ No one is born a great cook, one learns by doing”. What more, we at Trinity Central school conducted Chef’s day for kindergarten children on Sept 16th 2022 in the campus where children played the role of Junior Chefs along with the teachers. The entire campus was filled with enthusiasm as tiny tots clad themselves with aprons and chef caps, ready to learn to cook. Food is the ingredient that binds us together. True to that, all the trinitarians including the Principal Rev. Fr. Sunil Dominic Lobo, vice-prinicpal Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao, academic co-ordinator Ms. Magdelina Lewis, teachers, support staff and students put their hands together to participate in unity to make the best of the Chef’s day. The children who turned into little chefs worked with much enthusiasm and followed the directions from the teachers to make yummy sandwiches, fruit salad, chocolate milk shakes and vita balls.

Career Guidance Seminar for Students @ Trinity Central School
“The future depends on what you do today.”
A quick thoughtful session on career guidance was given by Prof. B Shivananda Nayak, Asst Professor, Kasturba Medical College Manipal, for the students of Grade 9 and 10, on September 12th 2022. The session was followed by a counselling session in which the students got various opportunities to engage themselves and enrich their level of knowledge by live interaction. In the session Prof. B Shivananda Nayak spoke about the different career opportunities to the students. He mainly emphasized on what all courses can be opted after grade 10 or 12th. He discussed different streams of subjects too. A large number of students participated in the event that reflected their passion and interest. An open questioning session was held at the end to resolve all the queries in the minds of students. It was indeed a fruitful session.

Hindi Diwas celebrated @ Trinity Central School
Language and culture of a country plays an important role. It helps in making a nation strong. Hindi is a language of love, togetherness and brotherhood. Hindi Diwas is celebrated in India to commemorate the date 14th September 1949 on which a compromise was reached during the drafting of the Constitution of India, on the languages that were to have official status in the Republic of India. Hindi Diwas was celebrated in Trinity Central School on 14th September with great pride and vigour, as Hindi is adopted as one of the official languages of our nation. The program began with the choir group leading all with the melodious hymn. Rachana and Diganth of grade 4 and Ashish and Shanaya of grade 3 recited the shayaris to accentuate the importance of Hindi language. The tiny tots of the preschool danced to the tunes of the traditional ‘Lakdi ki kaati, kaati ki gudiya’. Further Aislin of grade 7 in her speech emphasized the unfying value of Hindi Diwas and the objective of celebrating it. Afnaz Rushda of grade 5 mesmarized the audience with her beautiful song, ‘Hindi Ho’. Loyal Passanha of grade 7 conducted a quiz to enhance the knowledge of Hindi language in the students.

Halbarga zonal level Pratibha Karanji Programme @ Anugraha School, Bidar
On 14th of September Halbarga zonal level Pratibha karanji programme was held at anugraha church school, Bidar. 23 schools from the zone participated. There were more then 500 children from different schools and 150 teachers, head masters and judges. Fr. Praveen Kumar missionary to Japan was part of the programme. Midday meal was arranged for all the guests and participants. Our school was highlighted in the programme. All the speakers appreciated the school and the quantity of education. Our children from anugraha school secured 29 prizes out of which 16 1st, 9 second and 4 third. It's was a wonderful celebration.

Teachers day celebration : Infant Jesus School
Teachers day was celebrated with festivity. Students performed cultural events and conducted games and competitions for the teachers. Kavya reperesting the students, expressed her heartfelt gratitude to the teachers who play an important role in the life of the pupil. Prizes were distributed to the teachers who won in the dance, throw ball musical chair and Tug of war competition . The most enchanting part of teachers day celebration was of Teachers who were divided into four group put up different Traditional plays on the stage namely Punya Koti, Mahishasura Mardini, Malenada Sobagu and Hoaysala Kathe. All the groups performed wonderfully well winning the hearts of the audience. Fr Vincent Balraj the President of school gave an inspiring speech and appreciated the dedicated teaching. Fr Andrew Jayaraj while addressing the gathering he invited the teachers to take care of each student as their own child.

Imprints of Teacher Lives Forever : ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI SCHOOL, Chikodi
The student body of St. Francis of Assisi School celebrated teachers' day on the occasion of birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Teachers were welcomed with musical band procession. As the token of gratitude, love and appreciation each teacher was honoured and given a gift. Children won the hearts of teachers and made the day a memorable one through their cultural programme.

Teachers’ day celebration @ St. Anthony's School, GG Halli
“Good teachers are the reason why ordinary students dream to do extraordinary things”. The above words hold very true of the teachers of St. Anthony’s School, Gangondanahalli. The love and dedication of teachers was beautifully acknowledged by the students in a creative way. A warm welcome at the school gate with flowers, and tastefully decorated ‘ENTRANCE’ was pleasant surprise for all the teachers. Teacher’s day was celebrated with lot of zeal and enthusiasm at St. Anthony’s School premises on the 5th of September, 2022. Indeed, it was a remarkable day and moment of joy for all the teachers, the concept being a teacher is much more satisfying and heart-warming. The key note address was delivered by the Correspondent of the School, Rev. Fr. Vijay Kumar, was an icing on a cake, who in his speech admonished the children on how to respect and show regard to the teachers and parents.

Teachers’ Day celebration at Trinity Central School
A good teacher is like a candle, it consumes itself to light the way for others. The teachers play an important role in helping the students to become adults with knowledge and wisdom. As a token of love and appreciation for the selfless service and dedication of the teachers, the teachers’ day was celebrated in the school with enthusiasm and vigour on 5th September, 2022. A formal program was organized for the teachers. The SPL Rayan Danny escorted the teachers to the program and the dignitaries to the dais. The members of the Parent Teachers’ Association were also present at this juncture. The school choir group lead into a harmonious prayer. Vonan of grade 10 welcomed the gathering. All the dignitaries on the dais ignited the lamp as a mark of light being the guide to show a rightful path of knowledge. The members of the PTA organized a small program as a token of appreciation for teachers of their children. A beautiful cake was cut by the teachers to share the joy of teachers’ day.

Teachers Day at St. Anthony’s Institutions: St. Anthony’s PU College & Darshan College
Teachers' Day celebrated on September 5 in India every year marks the birth anniversary of Bharat Ratna Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, a teacher, who was the first Vice President and second President of India. When he was elected President of India in 1962, his friends and students wanted to celebrate his birthday, to which he said that it would be his honor if September 5 was marked as Teachers’ Day. Since then, Teachers’ Day is celebrated on September 5. Remembering and honoring Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnana, St. Anthony’s Institute: St. Anthony’s P.U. College and Darshan College jointly organized Teachers Day celebration for the Teaching faculties of the institute. Director Rev. Fr. Robin Victor D’souza in his key note addressed said “Teachers are the backbone of our institute.

Independence Day @ ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI SCHOOL, Chikodi
St Francis of Assisi School celebrated 75th Independence Day of India with pomp of flaming colours. The chief guest, Rev. Dr. Fr. John Alwyn Dias, the Provincial Minister of Holy Trinity Province, Karnataka and the President of Capuchin Friars Service Society, Karnataka and guests of honour Rev. Fr. Elvin Lopez and Rev. Fr. Vincent D’souza were welcomed with an aarathi, School band and showering of flowers by the students. At 8am Rev. Dr Fr John Alwyn Dias unfurled the national flag of our country. To mark the day the students from classes nursery to X Std performed various programmes highlighting the importance of the day. The chief guest addressed the gathering and gave a clarion call to sacrifice ourselves to glorify and make India soar high in every way.

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Motto :
The Motto of Capuchin Education Board (CEB) is: jnanenaiva vimukthi: "Indeed, Liberation is through enlightenment". As the temporal, mundane existence is characterized by the experience of bondage (samsara), ignorance (avidya) and pain (duhkha), the eminent sages and prophets have propagated means to alleviate oneself from the above negative experiences of human existence, and fill life with hope and joy. The fullness of existence is characterized by Liberation which could be attained through true knowledge, which we name it ‘an experience of enlightenment’.

Mission :
The Capuchin Education Board takes upon the responsibility of facilitating growth in human personality of pupils and make their life meaningful and hopeful. The mission of CEB is to promote fullness of life in every child through holistic formation and education towards excellence.

The Function of Capuchin Education Board:
The Capuchin Education Board functions under the supervision of Provincial Minister and his Council. The Education ministry of the Province is a teamwork of all the friars involved in the ministry. The ministry constitutes one vision, one mission, which is all round development of the person, through value based and person-oriented education which leads to transformation and excellence. While providing excellence in education the Capuchins insist on “discipline, determination and dedication”. In pursuit of quality education every student is called upon to respond through conviction and commitment so that the imparted knowledge, skills and values enable them to become good human persons and good citizens of India, socially responsible, productive, creative and innovative.

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Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dais
President

Rev. Fr. Victor D’souza
Executive Secretary

Rev. Fr. Vijesh Loyed Menezes
Treasurer

Rev. Fr. Deepak Fernandes
Member

Rev. Fr. Peter Cyprian D’souza
Member

Rev. Fr. Paul Melwyn D’souza
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