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It’s that time of the year again where Men meant for each other gear up to lend a hand to a faltering brother and lift up the lame and slow. The Twin Towers are open wide, once again, for the WINTER CAMP - 2019 for the underprivileged kids from around the area. St Joseph’s School (North Point), Darjeeling is all set with a whole month of activities for the unprivileged.

This has been an event the School organises every winter for the Society and the Darjeeling North Point School Alumni Association (DNPSAA) is actively involved. The first day of the camp witnessed a registration of 357 students from classes III to X. The numbers are expected to rise further in the next two days of registration and is expected to cross the maximum number of 650 students, which was of the last winter camp.

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St. Lawrence High School, Kolkata and St. Lawrence Old Boys Association (SLOBA) together are nominated for the prestigious Peace and Sport Award under “April6 Initiative of the Year” category. [International Day of Sport for Development and Peace (IDSDP) is celebrated on April 6th ]  

This happens to be the only Indian nomination and the only school in among all nomination categories.

The top three April 6th celebrations  in the world are nominated for the award out of 680 initiatives in 80 different countries in 5 continents.  The winner will be selected by a Jury Committee and announced during the Peace and Sport Awards Ceremony that will take place on Thursday, 7 of December 2017 in the presence of H.S.H Prince Albert II of Monaco during 10th edition of the Peace and Sport International Forum in Monaco.

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Thanks to our GC member and President of the Alumni Association of St. Xavier's Senior Secondary School Jaipur, Dr. Himanshu Sharma for organising a crisp meeting with Jesuit Priests and Alumni members at the School on 20th September. 

Your President, along with Harjas Singh, an alumnus of St. Xavier's School, Doranda, Ranchi were at Jaipur, Rajasthan from 18th to 21st. 

The meeting scheduled for 5.30 pm on 20th September lasted a good 90 minutes, whereafter we were given a tour of the school campus. Happy to put on record that every corner, every building, every playground and every feature of the School has a contribution from the alumni. 

The Jaipur Alumni Association is a vibrant, active and innovative body working for the alma and the society. The Principal is a strong pivot who involves and supports the alumni in all programs of the school.

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