The members of the ‘1971 GOLDEN ALUMNI BATCH’ of St Aloysius College have donated the Advanced Instrumentation Center consisting of high-end research equipment to its alma mater by raising a sum of Rs One Crore and 71 Lakh as a token of gratitude. This is a unique gesture witnessed for the first time in the history of the College. This Advanced Instrumentation Center has come at the right time when St Aloysius College is all set to become a Deemed to be University in the near future.
GOLDEN BATCH OF 1971 has made the reunion special with several projects for its Alma mater as our College is on the threshold of becoming a university and strides with gusto into its 143rd year of glorious existence. They have not only planned a celebration of coming together but, more importantly, have come up with a generous thought of securing and ensuring excellence in Research and Innovation by putting in place one of the best Advanced Instrumentation Centres in their beloved Alma mater.
Besides this, the Alumni established “M V Nair & Venkat Endowment Fund” for the children of police constables, by Sri M.V. Nair and Sri Venkat, proud Alumni of St Aloysius College, Mangalore. The launch of this Fund was held on 27th May 2022 in Eric Mathias Hall of the College. Mr Alok Kumar, ADGP (Law and order) was the Chief Guest and launched the “M V Nair & Venkat Endowment Fund” officially. Sri M.V. Nair is an alumni of St Aloysius College in 1971. He is the son of late M K R Nair who served as a head constable and retired in 1980. Nair with the help of his colleague Venkat started the M V Nair & Venkat Endowment Fund for the children of police constables. The duo donated Rs 1 crore through the endowment fund.