Rev. Fr Melwin Joseph Pinto, SJ
Rector, St Aloysius Institutions
Vice President, Mangalore Jesuit Educational Society - MJES

DIRECTOR FOR EXTENSION SERVICES

JENNIFER IDA MASCARENHAS
Dean for Extension Services
 
 

 

Centre for Social Concern (CSC)
The Vision and the Mission of the college lays thrust on social consciousness. Only a compassionate and empathetic person can be instrumental in the inclusive development of the society. In this direction, the social extension activities undertaken by the college deserve a special mention.
The College has created an exclusive Centre for Social Concern (CSC), which regulates, facilitates and promotes social empowerment activities.
Each undergraduate student has to fulfill social service activity as specified for 20 hours in each of the first two years. The program is titled “Sahaaya”.
Postgraduate students have to spend a minimum one week in a remote village selected for this purpose under “Village Exposure” program actually staying with families accompanied by teachers.
 
DR SHWETHA RASQUINHA
Co-ordinator
 
GOPIKA
Assistant Co-ordinator
MARGARET PHILOMENA
Assistant Co-ordinator
 
Click here to view CSC Reports
 
Community Programmes
A group of students from St Aloysius College joined with Mangalore City Corporation in an effort to destruct Larvae breeding Sources in the interior areas of Mangalore on 10-02-2019.
Click here to view report

Centre for Environmental Concern

St Aloysius College, despite its status as a minority institution, has imparted high quality education to all sections of society regardless of caste, colour or creed. Green campus is a concept to build sustainable living practices that are environmental-friendly in educational institutions around the world. In this regard, the College established "Centre for Environmental Concern" in 2021.

St Aloysius College is conscious and committed to the environmental issues with regard to protection, conservation and sustenance of natural resources. AL-VANA – an Arboretum – with an expanse of about 1.5 acres is maintained as a mini biodiversity spot on the campus with its natural flora and fauna.  About 150 plants belonging to 70 different species are maintained  in this  Arboretum.  Among these, 3 species belong to RET category. The floristic components with a good canopy and topography are favourable for the enrichment of the species.

 

GLAVIN THOMAS RODRIGUES
Chief Co-ordinator
BINDIYA SHETTY
Programme Co-ordinator
   

On July 24, 2021, the Alumni Association of St Aloysius College (SACAA) organised 'Miyawaki - Urban Forest' campaign which was officially launched at St Aloysius College (Autonomous) on July 24, 2021. The objective of this initiative is to use the Miyawaki method of plantation, a technique developed by Japanese botanist Akira Miyawaki that allows for the rapid growth of dense, natural forests. The approach is supposed to ensure that plant growth is 10 times faster and the resulting plantation is 30 times denser than usual. It involves planting dozens of native species in the same area, and becomes maintenance-free after the first three years.


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