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Catholic Managements to Celebrate Teachers’ Day Together

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BELLARY, SEP. 03: All the Catholic School Managements of Bellary will hold a common function to celebrate the Teachers’ Day at the Kroot Memorial Auditorium, Bellary.

 

The function being held “to appreciate and express gratitude to our teachers for their dedicated service,” said Fr. Arokianathan, Secretary, Bellary Diocese Board of Education.

 

The Catholic managements participating in the common programme are: Bellary Diocese Board of Education and the Societies of Education of the Good Shepherd Sisters, Fatima Sisters, Sisters of the Cross of Chavanod, Holy Cross Sisters, and Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

 

The theme of the prgramme is: Education for fostering a civil society.  Over 300 teachers from the different managements are expected to participate in the programme.

 

The programme has been postponed as mark of respect to YSR Reddy who was a former student of the Diocesan school, St. John’s School, Fort, Bellary.

 
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Loss of Life and Property due to Flash Floods in Bellary Diocese

 Number of people affected : 151,934
Loss of life : 72
Villages affected : 1,296
Houses destroyed/damaged : 118,833
Relief being distributed to : 3,500 families
No. Catholic houses lost: 560
Number of medical camps held : 22