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Graduation Day - 2016


3 March, 2016
Three hundred and eighty students of 10th std moved from the portals of St. Joseph’s Indian High School to meet other challenges of life that awaited them. The Chief Guest Mr. M. R. Seetharam, Member of the Legislative Council, Director and Vice Chairman of M S Ramaiah Group of Institutions addressed the young outgoing students. He brought out quite clearly the common attitude and values that the Josephites share, no matter which decade they passed out which made them awe-inspiring. As a true Josephite Mr. M. R. Seetaram lived by the motto of the school ‘Faith and Toil’and was honoured for his outstanding achievement in the field of Education, Social Work and Politics.

Master Ritwik D Melwin and Master Stephen K A shared their experiences of student life and Mrs Jeji Teni on behalf of the parents spoke about the encounters of joy and thrill of her parental mission.

The Principal, Rev. Fr. Gerald Furtado, S J in his commencement message inspired our students to move forward with purpose and enthusiasm. One of the important ways to achieve excellence is our regular hard work. Our persistent hard work helps in aiming higher.

The Rector of the Institution, Rev. Fr. Anil D’ Mello S.J. in his message highlighted all that matters in life is how you live your life. Respect everyone immaterial of the scores earned in the marks card.

Students who excelled themselves in various fields and won laurels for the school were awarded. To name a few, the best outgoing student and the runner up from the English medium section was Master HemanthV and Master Leonard Prabhakar and from the Kannada medium section was Master Stephen K A. Each student was presented with a memento.

As the warm glow of the candles spread at the twilight hour, the nostalgia of years gone by and the hopes of days to come had filled the night air. The solemnity and sentimentality of the occasion had touched many at heart and there was hardly a student in the gathering whose eyes were not a little moist.