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Style Sheet for BOSCOM South Asia released
By Fr Francis Xavier
Panjim, Nov. 6. General Councillor for Social Communication Fr. Filiberto González released the first Bosco Information Service Style Sheet for BOSCOM South Asia at the BOSCOM South Asia General Assembly meet being held at Don Bosco Panjim, Goa on Friday.
Releasing the BIS Style Sheet Fr. Filiberto González said, the new style sheet for BIS is a witness of the serious commitment for Social Communication on the part of BOSCOM South Asia.  The new BIS Style Sheet will go a long way to facilitate an organized and systematic manner of communicating and an example for other regions to draft a style sheet guide specific to their regions he added.
Fr. Filiberto González then presented the first copy of the Style sheet to Provincial Incharge for BOSCOM and Provincial of Mumbai Province Fr Godfrey D'Souza, BOSCOM Delegate Fr Joaquim Fernandes and Secretary Social Communication Br Ephrem Santos.  Later the province delegates each received a copy of the same with an appeal to put it into practice as soon as possible.


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