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Seminar on the Strenna 2017 for Don Bosco Teachers at Thanjavur
Tiruchy, Jun. 12. A day of motivational seminar and the dissemination of the Strenna 2017, for all the teachers of Don Bosco Schools, was held at Don Bosco Thanjavur on 10 June 2017.
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Nearly 200 teachers and 11 Salesians participated in this animation programme. Father Dominic Bernatsha sdb presented the Strenna 2017 to the participants. Mrs. Tamilarasi, animated the teachers on how to be good, effective and efficient teachers in this current scenario.  It was a day of animation and workshop in which all the teachers actively participated contributing their valuable suggestions and ideas.

The day's programme was coordinated by Father Amirthanathan sdb, the head of the Academic Commission.  

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