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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

Phone :

080- 23377790 / 080- 23470178

Fax:
080 - 23474342

Email :
info@capuchineducation.com

 


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RECENT ACTIVITIES AROUND OUR SCHOOLS

Blood Donation Camp @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
“You don’t have to be a doctor to save lives, just donate blood.” With this noble thought NSS unit of Darshan College organized a blood donation camp in partnership with Indian Red Cross Society on 14th October 2017. The objective of the event was to bring in awareness among the students to volunteer and participate in noble causes such as blood donation. The event was coordinated by Prof. Jayamahadeva Swamy M, Prof. Manjula and Prof. Divyashree. Prior to the event, awareness was brought about in and through poster making, slogan writing and placards by voluntary students, along with banners to collaborate with the public for the event. The event witnessed a large number of donors: Director, Principal, Science Co-Ordinator, Faculty members, Administrative Staff, Students, Parents, Neighbors, Rev. Brothers, Rev. Sisters and the alumni of the College. The program concluded with a thank you note by the Director Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias to all the participating members and the volunteers. The Certificate of Appreciation was presented by the Indian Red Cross Society to the institution. “Give blood, save life”!
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CET, NEET, JEE Mains & Advanced Coaching Classes @ St. Anthony’s PU College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
‘Life isn’t about finding yourself, life is about creating yourself’. The Management and faculty of St. Anthony’s PU College organized a half-day orientation program for the parents and students on the Entrance Exams such as CET, NEET, JEE Mains & Advanced. After the Inauguration, the Resource person Prof. Sarat C. Kumar in his presentation made everyone understand, the necessity, scope, opportunities and pattern of these exams. He also briefed about the course of action envisioned by our Institute. Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dias, the Director motivated the parents with a familial dialogue saying, ‘We all, Parents and the Institute, should leave no stone unturned to bring out the best in our children’. The Parent community appreciated, encouraged the Management and endorsed the plan with an overwhelming response assuring their full support. The Study material for these competitive exams was also distributed to the Students. May our little progress each day add up to a brighter tomorrow!
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Rangoli and Mehendi Competition @ Darshan College, Kengeri, Bangalore.
In the words of Mark Twain, “India is the cradle of human race, the birth place of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend and the great grandmother of tradition. Our most valuable and most constructive materials in the history of man are treasured up in India only.” In this context, Darshanites competed and witnessed to tradition-upholding competitions - One is Rangoli and the other is Mehendi. Mehendi adorns the Hands and Life takes on a new colour. Rangoli is made to welcome the Almighty to the houses for blessing with good health, wealth, peace and fortune. The Mehendi and Rangoli flair expedition acknowledged an irresistible and awe inspiring response. The enthusiastic participants carved out overwhelmingly inventive designs. Regardless of acquaintance and experience, they festooned, adorned and ornamented their hands with Mehendi designs which assisted them to enhance their confidence in the art. The judges appreciated and cherished the efforts and talent of the participants and wished them good luck for their future endeavours!
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Diwali Celebration : Trinity Central School
‘Diwali – the festival of lights’, is celebrated all over India in order to welcome Rama after his victory over Ravana. The whole school wore a festive look with diyas, crafts and colours of Rangoli. The tiny Trinitarians from Nursery, LKG and UKG, exercised their little fingers with clay diyas, which was a feast to the viewers. Meanwhile, the expressive Grade 1 to 5 students exhibited their talents in craft with awesome varieties. The colours of Rangoli filled the hall as the students of Grade 6 to 10 displayed their artistic Rangolies. Fun and frolic was part of Diwali celebration, when our girls of Grade 8, 9 and 10 went on a ramp dropped in saries. It was fun to watch our boys tail the elephant blind folded which made some wonders, if the elephant would forget where its original tail was.
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“Education – An Enriching Experience with Visuals” : Trinity Central School
Fun, frolic and learning. Yes, this is what exactly an educational tour can be best be described. The buzzy bees of our Grade 5, Section A and B went on an educational tour when the calendar showed 9th in the month of October, 2017. The two school buses carried with them an enthusiastic group of 55 children accompanied by four teachers. The buses headed to the butterfly park at Belvai. The children first embarked on the life cycle of a butterfly and the varieties of butterflies found around the place, through a documentary. The children took a stroll in the natural habitat of the butterflies and witnessed the gleeful life of 400+ butterflies in the park. Moving away from the world of butterflies the group headed to witness the awesome architectural and historic wonder of the Jain era, Savira Kambada Basadi and the Gomateshwara statue.
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Dance Competition – Juniors : Trinity Central School
With the aim of honing the dancing skills of our tiny tots, the dance competition was organized for students of Nursery to Grade 2 on 06.10.2017. The viracious dancers set the floor on fire with their energetic performances. The tiny tots not only danced out their innocence to the rhythmic tunes but also put their little cute steps with all their might mesmerizing all who were gathered. Indeed it was a fun filled and enthusiastic day for the little ones.
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Dance Competition – Seniors : Trinity Central School
To encourage the talents of Trinitarians of Grade 3 to 10, platform was provided in the school on 04.10.2017. The twinklets of Trinity performed various dance forms through their beautiful steps that brought charm and euphoria among all the pupils after the hectic schedule of exams. The competition was truly a muscle-loosener and stress-buster for all the Trinitarians.
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Seminar on Event Management @ Darshan College
“Multilevel multitasking multiplied multiple times is Event Management’. With a view and vision to make the SWOC (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges) in organizing an event, the Management of Darshan College provided the platform to all the Students to attend a Seminar on Event Management on 9th of September 2017. The Resource Person of the day was Mr. Ashok, Renowned Theatre Artist who is popularly known as Jembe Ashok and Madhyam Ashok from R.R. Nagar, Bangalore. He articulated the areas related and facets that have to be considered to make an event successful and appraisable, insisting on identifying and getting familiarized with the trendy and most vital aspects of Event Management. The success of an event does not depend on how many participated in it but in how well it was organized.
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Founder’s Day Celebration : Trinity Central School
“Make Me an Instrument of Your Peace”, the famous peace prayer of all time is attributed to St. Francis of Assisi, the Founder of Franciscan family. Trinity Central School, Perampalli, being a unit of Franciscan Capuchin Friars Service Society, celebrated its Founder’s Day on 04.10.2017. On this occasion, the Vice-Principal, Rev. Fr. Wilson Sequeira, spoke on the significance of the day and about the life of St. Francis who lead a simple peaceful life and thus setting an example for all. The Principal, Rev. Fr. Anil D’Costa offered a tribute to the statue of St. Francis through flowers exclaiming him as the God’s true messenger. Thereafter the students sang the prayer song and performed a fascinating dance for the peace prayer and showed to the audience that St. Francis was truly a lover of peace and patron of ecology. To make this occasion, a special sumptuous meal was also served to all the Trinitarians.
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Gandhi Jayanthi Celebration : Trinity Central School
Live as if you were to die tomorrow; learn as if you were to live forever. True to the adage, the Gandhi Jayanthi celebrations were held in our school campus on 3rd October, 2017 to pay tribute to the father of our nation. The assembly began with ‘All faith prayer’ led by the Scouts and Guides students. On this occasion an inspirational speech on the life and achievements of Mahatma Gandhi was delivered by Melanie of Grade 8. It was rich with anecdotes of Gandhiji and life history. The assembly concluded with the Bapu’s favorite devotional song – ‘Raghupathi Raghav Raja Ram’, sung by school choir. Indeed an ambience of peace and harmony was created as the students formed an ode to the Great personality.
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News Archive

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.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Governing Body


Rev. Fr. Joseph Dolphy Pais
President

Rev. Fr. Alwyn Dais
Executive Secretary

Rev. Fr. Victor D’souza
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
Member




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