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Following the conduct of the National Executive Committee meeting of the Don Bosco Past Pupils – Indian National Federation at Chennai on July 01 and 02, 2017, the President Mr. Ketan Gala, Vice-President (Sr.) Mr. Glen Brass and the outgoing National Delegate Fr. Noel Madichetty decided to visit some of the key institutions in the state of Kerala (Bangalore Province) on July 03 and 04, 2017.
Purpose of visit
The primary purpose of the trip was to visit prominent schools and address students of Stds.9 to 12/PUC I & II years with a view to motivating them to join the past pupils movement and become and actively contribute to spreading Don Bosco spirit, values and mission which they had imbibed during their stint in the Salesian institutions.
With the above in view, the President, Vice-President (Sr.) and outgoing National Delegate met students from the following institutions:
- Don Bosco, Vaduthalla, Kochi:
- Senior Secondary School
- Technical School (ITI)
- Don Bosco Bhavan, Mannuthy, Trissur
- Higher Secondary School
- Don Bosco Higher Secondary School, Irinjalakuda, Trissur
On an average, the national delegation addressed around 1800 students who displayed great enthusiasm during the meet.
Apart from the three institutions mentioned above, the Past Pupils also arranged for the Delegates to visit Sneha Bhavan and Don Bosco, Palluruthy, kochi. The visit to Sneha Bhavan – the childrens’ home was the highlight of the visit; the inmates of the home are destitute children from the Kochi/Ernakulam vicinity in the age group of 5 to 14 years. The Past Pupils unit of the home are actively involved in supporting the Salesian community in caring for the children.
From Sneha Bhavan the delegates were taken to the Don Bosco Psycho-Social support centre which conducts evening classes, awareness programmes on child related issues, computer training for the needy children and various other initiatives to groom the children of the area.
The DBPPA National President, Vice-President (Sr.) and outgoing National Delegate are greatly indebted to Rev Fr.Martin the Provincial Delegate, Mr. Jerome Manjila the President and office bearers of the Bangalore province and thank them profusely for the excellent arrangements made by them for the visit; the fellowship, meetings and outings in the evenings with key members of the past pupils community was a clear indication that the spirit of Don Bosco is very much alive and present in the communities and past pupils movement in Kerala.