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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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Vanamahotsava celebration at Anugraha School Bidar
The celebration of Vanamahotsava in Anugraha school today. Mr. Santhosh Beat forest officer was present for the celebration. 10 mango and 50 teak saplings were planted in the school campus.

Faculty Development Programme at St. Anthony's Church School, Gangondanahalli.
Throughout the Saturdays of June, St. Anthony's School, Gangondanahalli, conducted an intensive Faculty Development Programme aimed at enhancing the English speaking and pronunciation skills of its teachers. The sessions were led by Prof. Raju Victor, a retired professor from St. Aloysius College, Mangalore. The training focused on phonetics, English grammar, and speaking skills, proving to be a valuable opportunity for teachers to refine their speaking abilities and improve their instructional techniques.

“He who plants a tree, plants hope!”
Vanamahotsava is an annual tree planting festival celebrated throughout India to honor and pay respect to the mighty creator and the lungs of Mother Earth. On 3-07-2024, As a part of celebration, the kindergarten children of Trinity Central School enthusiastically participated in the activity of planting saplings at home and got themselves photographed. This motive was taken to educate and make a habit for the children to respect and care for the plants. As an encouragement to plant saplings our tiny tots presented a skit on mother earth during the assembly which had a great effect on everyone present. It expressed the importance of planting trees and their socio-economic effects. Several hazardous problems or issues created by the deforestation was highlighted through this skit. Over all, it was a marvellous presentation by our tiny Trinitarians. This was followed by the plantation of a sapling of different kinds in each class by the students which showed in them great eagerness. As a part of individual activity all the children of every class planted a seed in a coconut shell and the seed was germinated and watered every day.

Road Safety and Drug Abuse Awareness Programmes – St. Anthony's School, Gangondanahalli.
On June 28, 2024, an informative session on Road Safety and Drug Awareness was conducted at St. Anthony's School, Gangondanahalli. The resource persons for the session were Mr. Mallikarjuna, the Police SI, and Mr. Ranganathswamy, the Head Constable, both from Byatarayanapura Police Station. The session was held for students from grades 5 to 10. It focused on various traffic signals and signs, the importance of public safety, and the dangers associated with drug abuse, especially among school children. Real-life examples were used to illustrate the risks of drug consumption and the critical need for awareness.

School Parliament Elections and Investiture Ceremony- St. Anthony’s School, Gangondanahalli.
The School Parliament elections and the Investiture Ceremony were conducted at St.Anthony’s School, Gangondanahalli, with great enthusiasm and vigour. The election campaign spanned three days, during which candidates presented their manifestos and sought votes from their fellow students. The elections took place on June 15, 2024, with students from grades 5 to 10 casting their votes under the careful supervision of the Social Club. The Scouts and Guides played a crucial role in guiding the students through the voting procedure. Kavya V. was elected as the School Pupil Leader, and Moheeb Akhtar was elected as the Assistant School Pupil Leader. On June 22, 2024, the formal induction of the newly elected Student Parliament took place. The Chief Guest for the occasion was Dr. Anthony Joseph, a Corporate Brainer from the Lions Club. In his address, Dr. Joseph emphasized the duties of a good and responsible citizen. The Principal, Fr. Richard, and the Headmistress, Mrs. Sagaya Mary, were also present to grace the event.

Vanamahotsava Day & Provincial’s Visitation: Trinity Central school
There are more life forms in a handful of forest soil than there are people on the planet - Peter Wohlleben
Vanamahotsava is a celebration of lush green surroundings, a celebration of joy, a moment to celebrate a greener and cleaner world. Van Mahotsav is an annual tree planting festival celebrated throughout India to honor and pay respect to the mighty creators and the lungs of mother earth. This tree planting festival is observed annually, over a period of week starting from 1st July to 7th July. To create awareness about preserving the trees and sustain the mother earth for the upcoming generation ‘Vanamahotsava Day’ was celebrated in the school. The program began with the school choir leading the prayer. Rev. Fr. Dr. John Alwyn Dias, the provincial minister of Holy Trinity Province Karnataka graced the occasion with his presence. He was joined by .Rev. Fr. Joywin Dias, the Provincial Secretary, Rev. Fr. Cyril Roshan Menezes, principal Rev Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo, vice principal Rev Fr Ravi Rajesh Serrao, academic coordinator Ms Magdelina Lewis, primary section head Dr. Poornima Devadiga and pre- primary section head Ms Renita Monteiro. Manyatha of grade 7 welcomed the gathering. The program was inaugurated by planting a sapling by all the dignitaries. Master Anshul of grade 7 articulated the importance of the day.

"A fun-filled celebration of Rain ! A day at the sludgy fields" : Trinity Central school
"Sunshine brings happiness but those who have danced in the rain know better as the heaven opens and raindrops drizzle the earth, old wells revive, tea coloured puddles form wet fields a deep serenade of peace overwhelms the earth"
Trinity Central School has been captivating the essence and traditions of Udupi through amazing presentations over the years. This was proved yet again as the school hosted “Let’s get sludgy" a day at the sludgy fields” on the 29th of June 2024 at Bhandasale fields of Perampalli. The president of the program Rev.Dr.John Alwyn Dias, chief guest Mr. Yashpal Suvarna, MLA of Udupi, "Tulunada Manikya" Mr Aravinda Bolar, a famous comedian of Tulu film industry, Rev Fr Vishal Lobo, Parish Priest Perampally, the Principal Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo, the Vice Principal and the Administrator Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao, Academic Coordinator Ms. Magdalina Lewis, PTA president Mr. Srinivas G were present on the dais. To the beats of the drum, resonance of trumpets and with a thunderous applause the guests were escorted in a ceremonial way. With grace and poise, the fidelity for our culture was glorified with the procession from the school to the Bhandasale field.

Children Orientation Programme  : Trinity Central school
On June 20 2024, Trinity Central school hosted an orientation programme for the students of grade 6-10 on the importance of strengthening one's physical and mental self animated by Rev Fr Cyril Lobo and Rev Fr Ashwil. The session highlighted topics such as focus in life, individuality and choices , discovering our capacity, so on and so forth. The resource persons highlighted the importance of understanding different perspectives in diverse cultural references. They also demonstrated creative techniques to manage each personality in a fun and engaging way. Various stories were told, examples were given and group activities were conducted. Overall it was an enriching experience for all the students.

Inaugural ceremony of Bunnies : Trinity Central school
As part of our continuous efforts to help a child achieve holistic development, we, at Trinity Central School are happy to introduce ‘Bunnies’ a wing of Bharat Scouts and Guides. The inaugural ceremony of ‘The Bunny Movement’ for Kindergartners was held on 21 June 2024 at Trinity Central School. The Bunny Movement is part of the Scouts and Guides programmed for children between the age group of 3 to 6 years and was initiated by Mrs. Lakshmi Mazumdar, the former National Commissioner of Bharat Scouts and Guides during the ‘International Year of the Child’. The Bunny Movement aims at providing overall development of children. It also cultivates habits of personal cleanliness by inculcating good social manners. The motto of BUNNY MOVEMENT is ‘Keep Smiling’. The programme was inaugurated by lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guest Mrs. Sumangala Ganiga an experienced government school teacher and a Bunny trainer at GLPS Kismathi school, Byndoor. The Principal Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo, Vice Principal Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao, Primary Section Head Ms. Poornima Devadiga, and Pre-Primary Section Head Ms. Renita Monteiro also joined in lighting the lamp.

On June 19, 2024, Darshan College hosted a Cultural Fest organized by the Cultural Committee. The event was meticulously planned and executed by Prof. Sneha, Prof. Molly D’souza, and Daniel Kumar R from the final year BBA. The program was coordinated by Jai Surya, a second-year BCA student, and Dechamma, a first-year BCOM student. The primary objective of the fest was to showcase the hidden talents and creativity of the students. Off-stage events were conducted from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, featuring activities such as Poetry, Pencil Sketching, Mind Games, Photography, and the highlight event, Escape Room. Students enthusiastically participated in all these events, contributing to the fest's vibrant atmosphere. The on-stage events commenced at 2:30 pm in the auditorium. The program opened with an invocation song led by Mathew and his team, followed by a warm welcome extended to the guests. The festivities continued with a vibrant fashion show and dance performances, where students showcased their remarkable talents. The program was marked by a palpable sense of enthusiasm and curiosity among the audience.

News Archive

The abacus is the most powerful tool in the hands of a mathematician.

The following students have shown their excellence in the State Level Abacus and Vedic Mathematics.
The medals of the meritorious students under Junior level are given below.
1. Ayush C. M Gowda of grade 2 – 2nd place
2. Arush. S. Amin of grade 2- 3rd place
3. Ridhvan Karthik Nayak of grade 2- consolation prize
4. Thanisha Dayananda Kotian of grade 1- consolation prize
The medals of the meritorious students under Step 1 are given below.
1. Gaanavi. S of grade 2- 1st place
2. Prapthi of grade 2- 3rd place
3. Hiba Fathima of grade 2- 3rd place
4. Prachi of grade 2- consolation prize
5. Sathwik. R. Devadiga of grade 5- 2nd place
6. Mohammed Ishaan of grade 5- consolation prize
The medals of the meritorious students under Step 2 are given below.
1. Diganth. M. Puttur of grade 5- consolation prize
2. Abhinav Jaibheem of grade 5- consolation prize
3. Perimala Niharika of grade 5- consolation prize
The medals of the meritorious students under vedic mathematics are given below.
1. Manvi. S.A of grade 7- 3rd place
2. Rachel Mascarenhas of grade 7- consolation prize
3. Sheldon Fabian D’Souza of grade 7- consolation prize

“In drawing, nothing is better than the first attempt.”- Pablo Picasso
As an awareness on the effects of Tobacco, our school students participated in the National Tobacco Control programme on 14th February 2024, wherein our trinitarians showcased their drawing skills and bagged the prizes.
Following are the names of the winners.
Vishwas of grade 9- 1st place
Sagar. S. Naik of grade 8- 2nd place
Rusham of grade 8- 3rd place
Hearty congratulations to the winners and wish them the very best for their future endeavours.

Hearty congratulations to the winners and wish them the very best for their future endeavors.


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Trinity Central School feels proud as its students have brought laurels to the school in the Drawing Grade Exam conducted by Karnataka Secondary Examination Board Bangalore held in the month of November 2023. 26 students appeared for the exam. They have performed excellptionally well and have secured 100% results. While 21 students have secured distinction, 5 students have scored First Class. The school extends best wishes to all the students and congratulates them.

Hearty congratulations and Wishing her the best for her future endeavours.

Trinity family wishes her the best for her future achievement.



Trinity triumph
We are proud to announce that our under 14 boys and girls team secured second place in Handball tournament held by Udupi District Handball Association at Udyavara on 30th November 2023. The Principal, staff and the management congratulate the team for this amazing achievement.


We are proud to announce that our under 14 girls team secured second place in AICS Volleyball Tournament held at SMS School Brahmavara on 29th November 2023. The Principal, staff and the management congratulate the team for this amazing achievement.


Master Vishwas of grade 9 has bagged third place in the State level drawing competition organised by Central Power Research Institute which was held at Bangalore on 27th November 2023. He has also been selected for the National level competition. The Principal, Staff and the Management is proud of his amazing achievement.

10th std. Results - Anugraha School Bidar.

The head master, Ast. head master, the staff and the students of Anugraha School congratulate our students for their stupendous results. 26 appeared for annual board examination. Out of which 12 passed in distinction, 11 1st class, 2nd class and 1 NC.
Fr. Prasanna Kumar Head Master

In the ICSE Examination 2022-23 Infant Jesus School has secured 100% for 7 th Consecutive time.


Total Student appeared for exam - 32
Students passed- 32  |  Distinction ( above 90%) - 18  |  Distinction ( above 80% )-11  |  First Class- 03

100% results in ICSE Board exams 2022-23 for the 9th consecutive year
Trinity Central School, Perampalli has made another remarkable achievement. The school has aced the ICSE results with an outstanding performance. With a redoubtable 100% for the 9th consecutive year and 7 students securing 100/100 in different subjects, the students have indeed brought laurels to the school. With 51 students appearing for the exam everyone has passed with flying colours.

Sthuthi Bharadwaj has put in her best efforts and has performed magnificently by securing 98%. She is the topper of the school. Fathimath Zohra stands second with 96.6% whereas, Swasthik B. S secured the third position with 95.2%.

While 25 students have scored above 85%, 22 students have scored 70-84%, 4 students 60-69% and have brought honour and laurels to the school.

The following students defied their adversities by securing 100/100 in the following subjects:
Stuthi Bharadwaj (Mathematics & History civics )
Fathimath Zohra (Mathematics & History civics)
Swasthik B S (Physical Education)
Ayman (Mathematics)
Riyana Edria Dmello (Physical Education)
Dannvi Kotian (Biology)
Cadence Latonia Dsouza (Physical Education)

The hard work of the teachers and the personal accomplishments of the students are no doubt praiseworthy. Trinity Central School has created a ideal position for itself with its consistent performance in the last few years. We are proud of the tenacity 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 ventures.

In the SSLC Examination 2022-23 Our Infant Jesus School 10 students have performed exceptionally well.

ARUN DSOUZA- 97.44%, PREETHAM - 97.12%, LIKITH - 97%, DHEEMANTHA- 96.16%, MONISHA- 96%, KALYAN - 95%, VAISHNAVI- 93.44%, DHEEGANTHA- 93%, SHREERASYA-91%, MADAN C- 90.24%,

Total Students who appeared for the exam - 41
Students passed- 40  |  Distinction ( above 90%) - 11  |  Distinction - 11  |  First Class-16  | Second Class- 02

We Congratulate all the 10 std students and wish them a great life ahead.

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.


Governing Body

Rev. Fr. John Alwyn Dias President

Fr. Robin Victor D'souza
Vice President &
Executive Secretary

Fr. Maxim D'silva

Fr. Vijesh Loyed Menezes Treasurer

Fr. Vijay Kumar

Fr. Elvin Lopez

Fr. Roshan Rosario

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