“Strong people stand up for themselves but stronger people stand up for others”

There is no easy way to achieve success in life. One needs to do a lot of hard work, have strong determination to achieve the ladder of success said, The Bishop of Udupi, Most Rev Dr. Jerald Isac Lobo. He visited the school on the occasion of the official  inauguration of the academic year 2019-20 along with the Educare Team members on 06.06.2019.

The program was inaugurated by the promoter of Educare Trust Mangalore Mr Micheal DSouza who appreciated the school for having all the modern well equipped infrastructure facilities and dedicated staff. He called upon the students to make the best use of all facilities provided to them and to succeed in their educational life. An NRI Philanthropist visionary a person creating community friendly promoter of Education Trust Mr Micheal DSouza the spiritual leader Mentor of the Educare Trust, Rev Fr Valerian DSouza, The Managing Director Daiji Media Mr Walter Nandalike and the person working behind the Educare Trust and its member Mr Steevan Pinto were honored on this occasion by the institution.

The Vicar General of Udupi Diocese Msgr. Baptist Menezes introduced the guests to the audience. He said that charity is a supreme virtue and great channel through which the mercy of God is passed on to the mankind. He congratulated Mr Micheal DSouza and his team for their noble task.

The assistant Parish Priest of the church Rev Fr Ashwin Aranha, The vice President of the church Pastoral Council Mr Wilson DSouza, The member of the school management committee Mr Melwyn Aranha, Mr Julian Rodrigues, Mr Melwyn DSouza , Mrs Dian Saldana were present on the stage.

The senior Teachers of the school Mrs Irine Rodrigues , Vice-Principal Mrs Irine Cardoza SPL Branet Nazareth, ASPL Aldrine Alva all the teachers and the students were present during the program.

Very Rev Fr Denis D’sa the Parish Priest of Our Lady of Health Shirva and the Corresponcdent of the school welcomed the gathering.

Geenal Quadras compered the program. Principal Rev Fr Mahesh DSouza proposed the vote of thanks.