S. Victor Sahayaraj

(Program Director)

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In September 2002, the Trust conducted a survey. The findings were presented to the Marianists in Digha and to the Archdiocese. The administrative body had approved these recommendations, assured supports and directed the Marianists in Digha to the implement.   They prioritized the programs based on immediate requirements and utilized available resources. The rented Marianists’  residence was used as classrooms and lab to tutor and to train the neighbourhood youth, till they built the present institute cum residence on X T T I Road, Mariam Tola.In May 2017, Most Rev. William D’Souza, SJ., the Archbishop of Patna,  inaugurated this social work  in the presence of the Trust’s officials, members, well-wishers, neighbours and the beneficiaries. As a result, the ragpickers, child labourers, school dropouts and their friends come to the CTI’ Campus on Saturdays’ for recreational activities and for refreshments since their parents and guardians continue to count on their small contribution to meet the family needs. The neighbours, youth from different organizations, students and trainees from nearby schools, colleges and training institutions have volunteered to help these friendly-visitors.

Due to limited resources and inconveniences, only eight children are attending formal school with their parents’ cooperation.  The volunteers monitor their studies. The Trust bears these educational program expenses.


XTTI Road,
Mariyam Tola, P.O. Digha Ghat
Patna 800 011, Bihar, India

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