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Trinity Central School, Perampalli celebrated its Twelfth Annual Day
Trinity Central School, Perampalli celebrated its Twelfth Annual Day woven around the theme “Littoral”- ‘where the coast meets its culture’, with vibrancy and magnificent reverberation on the 3rd of December 2022.

Mr Bhojraj Vamanjoor, a versatile actor and comedian of Tulu theatre and Tulu cinema, a Yakshagana artist and Jilla Rajyotsava Prashathi winner who is popularly known as ‘Navarasa Raja’ was the chief guest of the event.

Mr. Roshan Belman, a renowned social worker and the founder of, “Humanity” trust was the guest of honour.
Rev. Fr Robin Victor Dsouza, the secretary of Capuchin Education Board presided over the event.

Rev. Fr Anil Dsouza, the parish priest of Our Lady of Fathima Church, Perampalli, the Principal Rev. Fr Dominic Sunil Lobo, Academic co-ordinator Ms Magdalina Lewis, Primary Section Head Dr Poornima Devadiga, Pre Primary Section Head Ms Renita Monteiro and the SPL Rayan Danny were also present on the dais.

To the beats of the drum, resonance of trumpets, the tinkling vibrates of cymbals into the evening skies and with a thunderous applause the guests were escorted in a ceremonial way.

The school choir lead the prayer.

With grace and poise, the fidelity for our culture was glorified as the little dancers took the centre stage as they extended a warm and gracious welcome to all through a welcome dance.

Water, is the elixir of life. It is the reason for the birth of coast; it is the healer and the driving force of all nature. All the dignitaries inaugurated the Annual Day celebration by releasing the spirit of water to let its magic flow and permeate through a fountain.

The ASPL Deepthi welcomed the gathering.

The Academic Co-ordinator Ms Magdalena Lewis, shed light on the Annual Report.

The chief guest Mr Bhojraj Vamanjoor was offered a traditional felicitation after which he addressed the gathering. In his speech Mr Bhojraj Vamanjoor said that we can acquire a lot of wealth anywhere, but education is the greatest wealth which is been imparted only in schools. He thanked the management for the invitation and appreciated the efforts of the school.

Proficiency awards for the top scorers of the previous two academic years were handed over.

Mr Roshan Belman, a humanitarian whose ‘actions speak louder than words’, was also offered a ceremonial felicitation for his cheerful deeds of helping the needy and shining light into someone’s darkness. After the felicitation, Mr Roshan Belman addressed the gathering.

Ms Rania D’Souza our brilliant achiever who has brought laurels to the school with her performance extraordinaire in the ICSE Grade 10 examinations with an outstanding 98% in Board Examinations was also felicitated at this juncture. Ms Rania thanked Trinity Central School and shared her experience as in how the school has become a mantle in moulding her life.

Rev. Fr Robin Victor Dsouza was also honoured for his desirous encouragement and everlasting support. In his address Rev. Fr Robin Dsouza thanked all the parents and appreciated the school for rendering selfless service by imparting value based education.

Rev. Fr Anil Dsouza, the parish priest of Our Lady of Fathima Church, Perampalli, was also felicitated for his support and keen interest towards the upliftment of the school.

The SPL Rayan Danny proposed the vote of thanks.

After the formal program the blooming buds of Trinity added shimmer and shine to this glorious night with their mesmerising performances. Various dances were performed mainly portraying the rich culture of our coast. With the theme ‘Littoral’ which defines the rich culture of the coast, the different performances were presented. A wonderful English drama on the life of Rani Abbakka was wonderfully enacted by the students. Yakshgana which is popularly known as ‘Gandu Kale’, in the coastal Karnataka was wonderfully performed portraying and depicting the culture of the Coastal land.

Diffrent dance forms of the Tulunadu such as ‘Kangilu’, Mangalorean Konkani Baila dance, the traditional Tiger Dance, etc were performed by the students which left the audience mesmerised.

The event left indelible opinion on each and every spectator. Everyone appreciated the excellent performances which clearly reflected hard work and team efforts of the staff and students.


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