Mangaluru July 3, 2017: The Bishop of Mangalore, Most Rev Dr Aloysius Paul D’Souza inaugurated the Minority Scholarship Help Desk here today which is newly started by YCS/YSM Mangalore Diocese in collaboration with Spandana Trust (R) at Infant Mary Convent campus, Jeppu, Mangalore. At 10.00 a.m. the Bishop led a short prayer service after which lighting of the lamp and inauguration was done through opening the Scholarship website of the Govt.
Fr Rupesh Madtha, the Director, YCS/YSM Mangalore welcomed the dignitaries and the gathering. The Bishop in his address appreciated the initiative and gave a call to all to be ready to help our youngsters for a better society. Rev Fr Nelson Almeida, parish priest of Jeppu; Mr Riyaz, the CEO of Tallent Research Foundation Mangalore; Sr Evangeli, Sr Tulia, Sr Helen and Sr Dorothy from Spandana Trust of the Sisters of Charity Mangalore Province; Mr Hermon Roche Cascia; Mr Loy Roche Urwa, the YCS Coodinators; Mr Mervin Vas and Mr Mervin Pais, YCS Diocesan animator; Mr Prajwal Sequeira Derebail were present. Mr Victor Vas Kulshekar, the Manager of Spandana Trust compered the program and also thanked. The Help Desk remains grateful to Mr Alphonse Crasta, CompuNet Systems, Kodialbail, Mangalore (9480949506).
The Help Desk serves the purpose of free uploading of scholarship applications preferably the Catholic students of PUC level and above. The volunteers will help the Students from 9.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. on all seven days of the week till August 31st, 2017 at the venue – Infant Mary Convent Campus Jeppu, Mangaluru.
Students will get the following documents: Adhar Card/Voter ID, Fee Receipt from the College, Bank Pass Book Copy of the student, Income/Cast Certificate, previous Marks Card, 2 photographs.
For further details please contact: 8884584208 (Sr Dorothy SCC), 9448485000 (Mr Loy Roche), 9322155322 (Mr Patrick Roche), 9902337342 (Mr Hermon Roche), 0824 2418510 (Office).