Auxilium Baroda English and the Gujarati medium students and the staff had a training programme on fire safety methods on 25th September 2019 conducted by the ABB fire and safety team, Vadodara. They emphasized on how to rescue or protect oneself and others from various situations caused by fire. They provided information regarding the various types of fires caused due to short circuit and how to use the fire extinguishers.
October 3, 2019
We the FMA Gujarat Region had organized two days vocation camp for the girls from 21st – 22nd September at Pushpanjali Dakor. The theme for the vocation camp was “Holiness for you too.” There were 18 girls who participated in this camp from different places. We began our camp by invoking God’s blessings and short prayer service prepared by Sr. Monika. They were divided into three groups. The sessions were
On 21st September 2019, the teachers’ Seminar on the topic- ‘Teaching in the 21st century’ was organized by “Extra marks, India’s largest Education company and Ms. Nakkashi Jain was the resource person for the day. She in a creative manner highlighted the process of teaching in 3 phases – Planning, Execution, and Reflection. Secondly, she dealt with the 3C’s of teaching skills i.e. Creative (thinking out of the box) and
The day began on a very festive note. Students were excited as they were all geared up to put up a programme for the sisters. Gratitude was the call of the day as everyone expressed how grateful they are for the presence of the other. On 30th September 2019, Auxilium Lonavla celebrated the Gratitude Day. “A Grateful Heart Is a Magnet for Miracles” is what the backdrop said amidst the
Auxilium School Baroda celebrated the Gratitude Day on 24th September 2019. The students and the teachers of English and Gujarati medium expressed their gratitude towards the Sisters for their selfless service. The day began with a prayer service followed by the cultural programme such as songs, skits, and dances. Finally the animator, Sr. Priscilla Travasso addressed the gathering and thanked them for their expressions of gratitude, expressed her thanks on
21st September 2019 will be long remembered by the ADMA group of Benaulim Unit. On this day, together with some Salesian Co-operators, they organized a Marian programme for 13 schools from the vicinity and city. 10 students from each school accompanied by their teachers participated. The programme started at 9 am in Auxilium Convent High School, Benaulim, with the welcome address given by Rachael Fernandes, the Co-ordinator of the ADMA
Our Annual Recollection is always held on the 1st Sunday in September, whereby all the Co-operators from Ahmednagar, Gujarat, Pune, ADMA and the Past Pupils participate. This year, unfortunately, due to the heavy rains only 2 from Ahmednagar, and one Past Pupil could attend the recollection held on 1st September 2019 at Auxilium Convent, Pali Hill, Bandra. In all, approximately 60 Cooperators attended the recollection. Registration and Break Fast of
On 22nd September Auxilium Velim had a Marian Evening to mark the conclusion of the Marian Month. The theme was ‘Do whatever He tells you’.Along with the Community Sisters of Velim, Fr. Bernadino, the Rector of Don Bosco, Sulcorna, Fr. Anisio Mota, the Provincial Delegate for the Salfam and Mrs. Rachael Fernandes, the Benaulim ADMA President were present for the evening. It was a pleasure to see many youngsters present.
On 12th September, Rev. Fr.Ronaldo the assistant Parish Priest of St. Xavier’s church Velim conducted half a day with the NIOS students of Auxilium Velim. He took a session on faith and trust in the Lord, the importance of education and the precious gift of our life. He showed them some motivational video clippings and a powerpoint presentation where the youngsters could draw many reflections for their own life. The
On 31st August, Mr. Lawrie Colaco is a research scholar who is working on the impact of skill development training in the service sector, along with Miss Siya Fernandes a student volunteer who conducted a session on ‘Decide your tomorrow’. Mr. Lawrie works for Skill Plus. Skill Plus is a training and career development project that works with young Indian youth and helps them know their career choices with industry-relevant