John Parankimalil Fr PD Johny, Educationist, Story-Teller And Motivator

John Parankimalil

Educationist, Story-Teller and Motivator

  • Educationist, Story-Teller and Motivator
    Dr. (Fr.) John Parankimalil, SDB, Principal, Don Bosco College of Teacher Education, Tura
  • "Being a parent isn't easy!" The complexity of today’s parenting makes it important to develop some basic skills to guide children.
    PROGRESSIVE PARENTING - The Definitive Resource Book
  • Crucial skills that makes you Powerful, Successful and Effective!
    LIFE SKILLS for the 21st Century, Building a Foundation for Success and Happiness
  • Your Personality defines you!  Discover yourself and develop your potential...
    PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT - Lessons in Personal Growth and Effectiveness
  • Stories that will take you by the hand, to your mind and go right through the heart and show you how much you can achieve in life...
  • Amazing stories for Inspiration, Motivation, Courage and Determination!
  • Secrets to equip future leaders to become world changers!
    THE SECRETS OF HIGH ACHIEVERS - Lessons from the World's Great Achievers
  • Let not your problems master you and make you a slave of your passions and feelings. Learn how to master it and be a winner.
    HOW TO WIN OVER YOUR PROBLEMS - Practical Approaches to bring Peace and Order into your Life

As children, Abdul Kalam and his best friend Ramanadha Sastry sat together on the first bench of the classroom. Ramanadha Sastry was the son of the head priest. One day, a new teacher who came to their class objected to the fact that a Muslim boy sat with a Hindu Brahmin boy. In a harsh manner, he asked Abdul Kalam to go and sit on the last bench. This incident hurt both boys. The head priest took strong action against the teacher. He summoned the teacher and said that he can no longer teach in that school. The teacher learnt his lesson that his duty was to teach religious harmony and not to poison little minds with superficial differences. He asked for Kalam’s forgiveness and seeing that the teacher was sincere in his emotions, the head priest allowed him to continue teaching.


Mother Teresa was born on August 26, 1910 in the city of Skopje, which today is the capital of the Republic of Macedonia. Her parents, Nikola and Drana Bojaxhiu were fervent Catholics from Albania. Her birth name was Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu. Gonxha means “flower bud” in the Albanian language. Her father died when she was eight and she was raised by her mother.
Gonxha was a lively, pretty girl, studious and hardworking. She especially loved to read and sing and act. At the age of 12, Gonxha first heard, in her heart,God calling her to follow Him. When she turned 18, Agnes joined the Sisters of Loretoto become a missionary to India. Before she could go to India, she

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Dr John Parankimalil, popularly called Fr. P.D. Johny is largely remembered for the change and transformation he brought into St. Anthony’s Higher Secondary School. He received the 1st Computer Excellence Award for Schools from Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, the President of India in August 2002. He was the National President of All India Association of Catholic Schools (AINACS)

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