On 3rd February, 2017, the Management, Teachers and Students of Don Bosco, Borivli, bid farewell to their Twelfth Standard students.  A dedicated programme was organised for this day.  It was nice to see the Students clad in Suits, Sarees and other formal attire walk gracefully through the aisles of the Hall.

The Programme began with the lighting of the lamp by the Principal, the Management and the Co-ordinator, followed by a prayer video to invoke the presence of the Lord.  A vibrant street play on ‘Change’ was staged reflecting changes in mind sets and society at large. The Eleventh Standard student  band  sang some melodious tunes.  One student performed a song in the ‘Rap’ style.  The Rector, Rev. Fr. William Falcao, gave the students a powerful message about how education gains its full worth only when used for the good of humanity.  The Principal, Rev. Fr. Flovi D’Souza addressed the students and wished them the very best in their exams and in their life ahead. Two students of the Twelfth Standard, Master Daniel Monteiro and Miss Angel Joseph shared their experiences and memories of their years  in Don Bosco’s  Junior College and thanked the Principal, the Management , Teachers and Staff for all that they had done for them. The students were given mementos as a token of fond memories. The day was followed by lunch and dancing to some foot tapping music.



By Clarissa Leitao