Date: 7thSeptember, 2018

A day dedicated to the teachers ‘Teachers’ Day’ was celebrated in the institution on 7th September, 2018. Students had organised fun filled games and felicitation programme to their beloved teachers and staff members. The celebration clubbed with the new corn feast doubled the joy. The day began with a Prayer session in the morning to thank God for the gift of teachers. After the prayer session, hilarious games were conducted for the teachers. The students were ecstatic to see their mentors playing the games. Shouts of joy and laughter filled the auditorium. Joyful students and equally enthusiastic teachers created a euphoric ambience. A formal programme had been organised in the afternoon to felicitate the teachers and staff members. The programme began with a prayer dance by the students. Mr Stephen, a student of Electrician trade welcomed the gathering. The students greeted their teachers with a rose. Mr Charan, a student of Electronics Mechanic trade delivered a speech on the background and significance of teachers’ day celebration. Speaking on the occasion Rev Fr Eric Mathias SJ, Director of the institution thanked the staff members for their services and said, “Our institution has well qualified and experienced faculty. Our teachers are the blessings to the students and the institution.  Every teacher must have passion for three things- passion for inspiring students, passion for inducing curiosity and passion for facilitating creativity. Forgiveness is an added quality in forming the students. I am proud that all of our staff members have all these qualities.” He also thanked the students for organising the celebration to express love and gratitude towards their teachers. Mr Ronvy Vicky Dsouza, a student of MMV trade proposed vote of thanks. Students presented a cultural show and added colour to the celebration. Mr Vincent Mendonsa, Principal thanked the students on behalf of all the staff members. Mr Gyaral Milton Lobo, a student of MMV trade conducted the whole programme in a commendable way. The programme was concluded with the National Anthem. Sweets and sugarcanes were distributed to all.

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