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Major events of the year 2017

Foundation stone
Foundation stone at Garden Villa for additional classrooms was laid on 13.5.2017.

Additional Class rooms
The additional classrooms constructed for Sacred Heart High School, Partaspur was blessed on 12.8.2017

Ashirbhawan Extension
The extension of Ashirbhawan building was completed and blessed on 1.7.2017 by bishop Franco, bishop of Jallandhar.

Triest Home
The blessing of “Triest Home”, home for the Elderly at Edappally was blessed on 25.11.2017 by bishop Jose Puthenveetil, auxiliary bishop of Ernakulam.

Major events of the year 2018

Blessing of Prem Ashram
Blessing of Prem Ashram -03.03.2018 by Bishop frankoMullackkal

Blessing of additional class rooms at SH School
Blessing of additional class rooms at SH School, Sidhpur on 7.4.2018 Bishop franko Mullackkal

Completion & inauguration of shed at SH School, Dalhousie
Completion & inauguration of shed at SH School, Dalhousie : 29.9.18

Completion & blessing of SM girls High School, Amritsar
Completion & blessing of SM girls High School, Amritsar on 24.10.2018

Ground Blessing & Foundation stone at Patti Kalyana
Ground Blessing & Foundation stone at Patti Kalyana: 14.11.2018

Foundation stone laid for additional bedrooms at SH Convent, Sidhpur on 30.12.2018
Foundation stone laid for additional bedrooms at SH Convent, Sidhpur on 30.12.2018

Major events of the year 2019

Province Assembly 2019
The province assembly was organized in three sessions based on the theme “Growing unto the fullness of Christ: Renewal of our Identity, Community and Mission”.

Sr. Archana John, the Vice- Provincial
Sr. Archana John, the Vice- Provincial, met with an accident on 2.3.2019 and died on 17.4.2019

Sacred Heart Convent School, Parataspur
Sacred Heart Convent School, Parataspur obtained affiliation for +1 from CBSE Board on 23.3.2019

Major events of the year 2020

Coronavirus Live Updates: 97 deaths, 2091 new cases
Coronavirus Live Updates: 97 deaths, 2091 new cases Lockdown 4.0 India Live News: In the last 24 hours, India recorded a spike of 6,535 new COVID-19 cases and 146 deaths. The total number of cases in the country now stands at 1,45,380 including 80,722 active cases, 60,490 cured/discharged. The death toll has reached 4,167, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said in its latest data on Tuesday. Maharashtra has emerging as the worst affected state with over 50,000 patients. Delhi, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu and other are also registering hundreds of COVID-19 cases on a daily basis. Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) has ‘temporarily’ suspended the trial of hydroxychloriquine as a potential drug to treat coronavirus infection. Hydroxychloriquine is normally used in the treatment of malaria. Meanwhile, domestic air travel has resumed in the country despite some of the states opposing the idea amid the rising numbers of coronavirus cases. However, several flights had to be cancelled on the first day of resumption of services – May 25 – after the Centre announced that there would no flights to cyclone Amphan-hit West Bengal and also to Andhra Pradesh. Major airports such as Mumbai, Hyderabad and Chennai resumed limited operations which resulted in limited number of flights being operated. Coronavirus LIVE Updates: Fitch projects Indian economy to contract 5% this fiscal Fitch Ratings on Tuesday forecast a 5 per cent contraction of Indian economy in the current fiscal, on account of slump in economic activities and very stringent lockdown policy. This is substantially lower than 0.8 per cent growth for 2020-21 fiscal projected in April. Fitch said it has made further cuts to world GDP forecasts in its latest Global Economic Outlook (GEO) for May, but the slump in global economic activity is close to reaching its trough. “The biggest forecast cut was to India where we now anticipate a 5 per cent decline in the current financial year (ending March 2021) in contrast to an earlier forecast of growth of 0.8 per cent. “India has had a very stringent lockdown policy that has lasted a lot longer than initially expected and incoming economic activity data have been spectacularly weak,” Fitch said. |READ MORE

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