Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Ex Students Pay Tribute to Loyola ITI - Fr.Varghese Paul

From Fr Varghese Paul, SJ
Nadiad, Gujarat (SAR News)
    “Hard work and faithfulness have led me to success,” said Mr. Sanjay B. Surti who was the first batch student of Loyola ITI at Nadiad. Mr Surti was addressing as the chief guest in the annual day function of his alma mater, Loyola ITI on March 24.

Another guest of honour in the annual day function was Miss Arpita D. Parmar, an ex student of Spoken English and Secretarial Course of Loyola ITI. Miss Parmar giving her own example of struggle and joys called the students to work hard and aim high. Miss Parmar after completing the secretarial course went for higher studies of M.Ed. and M.Phil to become an Asst. Professor in a college at Anand.

Both the ex students paid glowing tributes to their alma mater, Loyola ITI. They appreciated not only the professional training but also the discipline, punctuality and other values of life, which they got from Loyola ITI.

The Director of Loyola ITI, Fr. K. P. Vincent thanked the distinguished guests Mr Sanjay Surti and Miss Arpita Parmar for making their valuable time available for the institute and inspiring the students for a successful future. Fr. Vincent wished the outgoing students all the best for their future works or further studies.

“Amidst much struggle and successes the two guests have done outstanding performances in their respective fields. They made the Institute proud of them. Mr Sanjay Surti has been selected as the best worker (Torrentian of the year 2012) by The Torrent Industry from their 14000 strong employees with a cash award of Rs.7,50,000/- and a certificate” said Fr. Vincent to this reporter.

The students of various studies and trades in the Institute put up a number of cultural and entertainment programmes like prayer dance, Rass of Saurashtra, Bamboo dance and Poppet dance of Kutchh.

The Annual day celebrations included distribution of prizes and certificates to students for their outstanding performances in studies, sports and cultural programmes.

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