Tuesday, June 20, 2017


by Father Rolvin D'Mello


MUMBAI, JUNE 20, 2017: Around 100 needy students from the slums of Mumbai had reason to smile as the Don Bosco Development Society (DBDS), Mumbai assisted the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) in distributing study material to them, in the form of school bags, notebooks, geometry compass boxes and pens, at an event held at the Don Bosco Provincial House in Matunga on June 16.

The event began at 3pm with a short prayer service. Mangal Naik, community development officer – BMC and other officers from BMC presided over the function. Naik inspired the students and parents by her address in which she urged them not to stop the education of their children under any circumstances.

Surekha Pednekar, coordinator – DBDS, thanked the BMC officers for their kind gesture towards the needy students; which they have been doing for last three years. The students and parents returned home determined to study further.

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