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Child Aid Network Visits DBCM


By College Reporter
Dimapur, Nov. 29. Maram 29 Nov: The team led by Martin Gasper the chief organiser of Child Aid Network visited Don Bosco College, Maram on 29 November 2009. The team consisted of Fr. Bernard SJ and Mrs Mary. They had interactions with the various hostel students of the college today. They were very much impressed by the enthusiasm of the students to know about Germany and Germans.
In his interaction with the students Mr. Martin invited the students to show more responsibility in their civic life. The poor condition of the roads of Manipur show the presence of correction in local administration. Hence, the growing generation needs to play very proactive role in transforming the society for development and progress.
The Child Network also promised to taken up free tuition for the neighbourhood children. This could be achieved through the help of AICUFers of the college.
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