St Aloysius College was founded in 1951 and is situated in the Jabalpur Cantonment area. The College is named after St. Aloysius Gonzaga, the Patron Saint of the college, who harbored a burning ...more
St Aloysius College was founded in 1951 and is situated in the Jabalpur Cantonment area. The College is named after St. Aloysius Gonzaga, the Patron Saint of the college, who harbored a burning desire to serve God and his fellowmen. College provides courses on arts, commerce, science and management disciplines. St. Aloysius College bestowed two National Awards among all the Christian Colleges in the country in 2001.The College Library is well equipped with books and periodicals dealing with diverse topics of interest specially suited to student. In the era of Information Technology (IT) Information is a vital asset. The college has a Internet Centre which enables our students to access valuable updated and current information. The St. Aloysius Community College is a confederation of three community colleges, College Campus, Satyalayam Mahila Jagriti Kendra and Jogni Gramin Swarozgar Kendra. As a measure of serving the society, St. Aloysius College, Jabalpur has taken an initiative to start this project for the underprivileged who are not able to gain life supporting skills due to lack of resources and proper direction.
Drawing inspiration from the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, who came into this world that we may have life and life in abundance (Jn. 10:10) and that we may learn to live as children of one loving Father, the Foundation Society made a meager beginning by starting St. Aloysius College in 1951, in a small room of the school building with only ten students and Rev. Fr. H.van Englen O’Praem as its Founder Principal. A year later, the English Medium classes in Arts and Science commenced as the college was affiliated to the Saugor University. In 1953, the Arts Faculty was bestowed Degree Status and the Science Faculty in 1956. This was the result of the tireless striving of Fr. H. van. Engelen, the then
In 1994, the Electronics Lab and Multi-gym were set up and the Computer Laboratory renovated. A milestone was achieved in 1994, as the college was chosen, among the very few in the country, to run three Vocational Courses, viz. Electronic Equipment Maintenance, Communicative English and Functional Hindi. The new Electronics Lab was blessed by The Most Rev. Bishop Theophane O. Praem and inaugurated by Dr. S.P. Kosta, the then Vice Chancellor of R.D.V.V. (formerly known as Jabalpur University). The NCC platoon for boys was re-established in the college in 1995. A new chapter was added in the history of the college when the New College Extension Building having a large auditorium named ‘Prerna’, 6 class- rooms, 3 laboratories and an audio-visual room was dedicated to the nation to mark the Golden Jubilee of our Independence in 1997.The Golden Jubilee Year (2001) of the College commenced on a momentous note with the introduction of two new Vocational Courses i.e., Industrial Microbiology and Computer Application. Moreover, it witnessed the setting-up of new laboratories for Computer Science, Industrial Microbiology, Botany, Zoology, Electronic Equipment Maintenance, Electronics and Biochemistry as well as a renovated well-furnished
The College celebrated its Golden Jubilee on the 24th of February 2002 with Shri. Digvijay Singh, Chief Minister of M.P, as the Chief Guest. Our Guests of Honour were The Most Rev.Gerald Almeida, The Bishop of Jabalpur, The Most Rev. Theophane O. Praem, Bishop Emeritus of Jabalpur, Justice Prakash Naik, Justice Deepak Verma, Shri Ishwar Das Rohani, Deputy Speaker, M.P., Shri Shravan Bhai Patel, Minister, P.W.D., M.P., Shri Ratnesh Solomon, Minister of Higher Education, M.P., Shrimati Jayshree Banerjee, Member of Parliament, Shri Vivek Tankha, Adv. Gen., High Court M.P., Shri Vishwanath Dubey, Mayor, Jabalpur Corporation and Shri Arun Gurtoo, Vice Chancellor, R.D.V.V., Jabalpur. The Jubilee Year has also witnessed the starting of the St. Aloysius’ College Alumni Association (SACAA). The college is proud to have such outstanding ex-students as Lt. Gen. R. J. Mordecai, Brig. Inayat A Yusufji (VrC), Justice Prakash Naik, Justice Deepak Verma, Mr. Shravan Bhai Patel, Minister, Ex PWD (MP), Mr. Prashant Mehta I. A. S., Mr. Vivek Tankha, Ex Advocate General (M. P.), The Rt. Rev. Abbot Nicholas Ambrose, The Rt. Rev. BishopVincent Barwa, The Rt. Rev. Abbot Rocky D’Souza and many more.
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