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Milagres CBSE School hosts Art Craft, Science, Social Science exhibition

Published On : 17 Nov 2018   |  Reported By : canaranews network


Mangaluru: Milagres CBSE School hosted its Art Craft, Science and Social Science exhibition on November 14.

Fr Velerian D’Souza, manager Milagres CBSE School inaugurated the exhibition. Fr Michael Santhumayar campus director, Prof Lourdusamy academic advisor, Cicilia Pereira, vice president of Parish Pastrol Committee, PTA committee members lauded the efforts, innovative ideas and creativity of the students in presenting their exhibits, working models related to science and social science and craft items.

The exhibition was viewed by students of Milagres CBSE High School, PU Section students and parents.

The exhibition will continue to remain open for a week so that all students and parents can view, appreciate the hard work and creativity put in by their friends and wards.







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