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ANNUAL REPORT 2014-15

State Level Cubs and Bulbuls Badge Work Camp
The state level Cubs and Bulbuls badge work camp was held on 15th September to 17th September in Belagavi. From Anugraha School 6 cubs and 6 bulbuls attended the camp together with two teachers viz., Ms. Geetha and Ms. Sudharani. The camp enabled our teachers and students to go a step higher in this camp. We sincerely thank all the parents for the sending their tiny kids all the way to Belagavi for three days. The trained cubs and bulbuls are sharing their experience to all other students on every Thursday during scouting. The cubs and bulbuls who attended the camp will get the certificate signed by the Governor.
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Anugraha school: Parents-Teachers Association
On 17th September 2016 there was parent-teacher's meet at Anugraha school Halbarga, Bidar. Fr. Alwyn, the CEB secretary was present for the meet. The entire meeting was on the role of parents n teachers in building the life of the children. Fr. Alwyn said: "Education is a relationship." He highlighted that we as parents n teachers have the responsibility in being connected one another for the all round growth of the students. The principal Fr. Richard Kadiwal brought a beautiful report of the school activities that took place so far. He also mentioned that capuchin existence in Halbarga is only for the growth of that area and he requested the cooperation of the parents in this regard. Fr. Lourdsawmy welcomed all the guests and Fr. Karunesh thanked everyone as proposed the vote of thanks. The teachers and parents were extremely happy with all the academic as well co-curricular activities of the school. At the end of the program parents appreciated the principal and teachers for their hard work in building the lives of the students. Thanks to all the fathers and teachers. Praise be God.
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The word “Anugraha” meaning divine blessing was adopted by the Capuchins of Karnataka Province when the Halbarga Mission area was handed over to them by the bishop of Mangalore Diocese Rt. Rev. Dr. Aloyisus Paul D’Souza in the year 2000. The Capuchins were the first men religious to step into Bidar Mission which was a part of Mangalore Diocese and wholly administered by the diocesan clergy and some women religious hailing from Mangalore. 8 read more..


Message from the Principal :

The child of today is the adult citizen of tomorrow. She/he has to be prepared for the responsibility and privileges of life. This preparation for the future is dynamic aspect of our life. The best preparation of the future is that the present possibilities should be realized, present potentialities are to be developed. Then they will be able to face the future situations and meet the future environment. The future is not isolated, it is continuous with the present. So, when the present potentialities are developed, the future is provided for. Life is continuously developing and best presentation for this can be achieved by making present experiences of the child as full as possible. The immense energy spent by the children at present should be properly channelized for constructive purpose.
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About the Board (CEB) :

The Motto of Capuchin Education Board (CEB) is: jnanenaiva vimuktih: "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 tha above negative experiences of human existence, and fill life with hope and joy. The fullness of existence is characterised by Liberation attained through true knowledge, which is an experience of enlightenment.
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A N N O U N C E M E N T S




Officials


Bp. Robert Michael Miranda

Gulbarga Diocese


Fr. Joseph Dolphy Pais
President
C E B


Fr. Alwyn John Dias
Secretary
C E B


Fr. Vijesh Loyed Menezes,
 Treasurer, C E B


Fr. Richard Kadiwal
Principal
Anugraha School


Fr. George Monis
Founder & First Principal
Anugraha, School