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Don Bosco - Vazhikaatti
Tiruchy, Dec. 15. Salem Diocese Level Career Guidance Programme
Don Bosco- Vazhikaatti conducted a Diocese level Career Guidance Programme in Salem on 7th November 2010. Rev. Dr.Singarayar Bishop of Salem Diocese was the guest of honor for the day. Rev.Fr.Bernad, Youth Director of Salem Diocese, was the special guest for the programme. The main focus of the programme was on career after secondary, higher secondary and graduation studies. Rev.Fr.Amalorpavaraj SDB, Director-Vazhikaatti, Mr.C.M.Raja, Career Guidance and Placement Faculty, Mr. Anbazhagan, Job   Placement Faculty and Mr.Victor Lauserous, Trainer of Southern Railway were the resource persons for the programme. Totally 1000 students, both boys and girls from 10th, 11th and 12th standard participated in the career guidance programme and got benefited.
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