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St Aloysius ITI inaugurates renovated workshop

Published On : 07 Mar 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: St Aloysius Industrial Training Institute, Mangaluru celebrated the birthday of their former director Fr Leo D’Souza SJ on Friday, March 3. They were accompanied by some of his friends from Germany who celebrated 50 years of their friendship with Fr Leo D’Souza.

One of the guests inaugurated the MRAC, and renovated electrical workshop and smart board for the engineering drawing class. A new car which was gifted to the Institute by one of the German guests was also inaugurated on occasion.

One of the guests sang a song as a token of love for Fr Leo D’Souza. Fr Leo D’Souza cut the birthday cake and gave a brief speech. The students organised a brief cultural programme. The programme concluded with lunch.

The programme was conducted by Robin Vas. Analisa addressed the gathering. The prayer service was conducted by Wilson N Vincent Mendonca welcomed the gathering. Fr Eric Mathias our director honour the guest. Robin Vas proposed the vote of thanks.







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