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Artificial Lantern exhibition at St. Xavier’s high school Borivili (E) on the eve of Diwali

Published On : 26 Oct 2016   |  Reported By : Richard D'Souza


On the eve of Diwali, the students of St.Xavier’s high school Borivili (E) a subsidiary organization of Rayan International group of educational institutions – a National and International famed institution in the field of Education, organized a special Lantern display.

 

The programme was held successfully under the direction of Dr Augustin Francis Pinto-the convener of the school and Madam Grace Pinto- The Managing director and educationist. The students designed and displayed different styled and colorful lanterns with great joy. Head Mistress Mariette Fernandez congratulated the winners.







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