Sister Jyoti Honored

Posted by Spalding Hurst

January 2, 2022

Sister Jyoti Kerketta was honored by NPABSAN, one of the largest networks of private and boarding schools of the Dharan municipality in Nepal. She was recognized for her contributions in the field of education.

8 Comments

  1. Rita Davis, scn

    Blessings Jyoti on receiving this award. Thank you for all the good work you and other Sisters are doing there.

    Reply
  2. Jyoti Kerketta

    Dear sisters thank you for your comments and support. I happy that my work is recognized.

    Reply
  3. Rinzee

    Congratulations dear Sr. Jyoti.

    Reply
  4. Amrita Manjaly

    Congratulations Jyoti. You deserve such an honor. Continue the good works in the service of education for the children.

    Reply
  5. Maria Brocato

    Congratulations, Jyoti, for this honor on behalf of the care of children and their education.

    Reply
  6. Angie Shaughnessy SCN

    So happy for you!!!Congratulations!!!

    Reply
  7. Brenda Gonzales

    Congratulations Jyoti and thank you for all your hard work. ❤️

    Reply
    • rita puthenkalam

      Jyoti, you deserve the recognition from Nepal Education Board. I feel ver happy & proud of you!
      Congratulations!

      Reply

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