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Staff Profile

Bhikoo Pai-Angle

Birthday: 12th November

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Education: BA (Hon.) BT

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EXPIRED - 2018-02-21

Home City / Country: Margoa / india

Hobbies: Reading Sports Dramatics (75 years on Marathi Stag

Spouse: Laxmi

Children: Vasant / Hari / Hemant / Durga

About:

1962 02 01: Joined Campion on 01/02/1962
Subject(s) taught:
Marathi / Mathematics / PEd.
1969:
Xavier House Master
Member School Council
Member PTA
Incharge 21st Troop Junior NCC Naval Unit
1967:
Member School Council
Incharge 21st Troops Jr NCC Naval Unit
1962:
NCC Sports House Master
1970 08 30: RESIGNED

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It was nice of you to remember us the old members of the teaching staff and non teaching staff and seek information from them to upload and display on their personal pages on the website. It was indeed thoughtful of you all Campionites to regard us in this unique fashion and remember and revive our sweet memories with you in the classes and outside. I am completing 84 on the 12th of November 2008 I really enjoyed the days in Campion. I was perhaps the only one teacher who was given a touching farewell by the Management with the invitation to my wife and a son. I will never forget that. Rev. Fr. Miranda came to my new assignment to find out whether I was happy there. He mentioned “Come back to Campion if you are not happy” This was a grand gesture. May God Bless you all.

It was a memorable experience during my tenure from the days of Rev. Fr. Moore to Rev. Fr. Miranda. The students were lovable and very attached. I was asked to take the responsibility of Secretary Welfare Committee for the Staff. I called a special meeting of all parents – doctors, specialists with the help of guidance from Dr. L H Hiranandani (ENT) who all offered their free treatment to staff in addition to Doctors samples of tonics vitamins and other costly medicines. The committee also paid for their intense treatment to the staff.

When Rev. Fr. Robort was adamant no to add to our pay pockets I lead the teachers to his room and after giving the fact that Campion School was transferring huge amounts to Jesuit’s Funds he recurrently was forced to pay flat rate of Rs 800/- p.m.

When Mr. Hodiwalla was on a study leave to Denmark I took over his duties. I conducted Annual Athletic Sports single handed which was appreciated by Principal Rebort and publicly awarded me a suit piece and extra amount. It was only when I got an opportunity of being the Principal of GES-HAL High School and Jr. College, I left the esteemed Campion & Campionites otherwise I would not have left Campion.

I still cherish my sweet memories when I sit in my arm-chair.