We all want to live in the society, where there is love, peace, joy, harmony, development, freedom from violence and corruption. The dream of good society should have a foundation. One of such foundations is “Education”. A school is not merely a building surrounded by four walls. It is a place that that shapes the personality of a child. If we want our society to be good then the primary requirement is quality schools. Educational institutions recognize and utilize hidden talents of students. It opens the door for all, whether one is poor or rich, from low or high caste, what ever creed one believes in, without any grain of discrimination. Therefore, it is termed as the temple of learning. Education helps to ignite they oungmind sand mold them to be honest and good leaders of the society and nation.
All of us are end owed with different talents and abilities. Some are natural and some are in culcated through hard work and consistency. To bring out this school magazine, “The Bosconian”, successfully, contributions from different quarters poured in. Initiative was taken by Rev. Fr. Albert Thyrniang, the Principal, editorial board, editor, and contributions from students bore fruits. It gave me immense pleasure as conven or, to convene themee tings of the editorial board. It ake this opportunity to extend my sincere gratitude to all who have rendered their help and support for such noble venture. “The Bosconian” reflects the different programmes organized throughout they ear and talents of students through the articles, poems, jokes, facts, riddles and others. This is one of the platforms tonur ture the talents and abilities that students possess.
May God continue to bless our School. Enjoy reading the magazine and learn from it.
Fr. Ranjeet Xalxo SDB