Eco Spirituality

Eco Spirituality aims to spread ecological sensitivity and equip its members with skills in handling local environmental problems.
It also aims to organize campaigns for the preservation of bio-diversity and promote a spirituality and a world view that is earth friendly.

Ecology and Environment

The Eco-Awareness program, Tarumitra is spread across 23 states with more than 3,00,000 children as members to spread the message of conserving the environment.


SANKALP is a collective of Jesuit Social Action Initiatives in South-Asia to enable access to quality and inclusive education for the poorest sections of society.


LOKMANCH is a citizen Forum through which policies are formulated in association with all stakeholders to ensure the basic entitlements reach the most deprived and marginalised communities, namely the Dalits and tribals.


The Jesuit objective to mainstream the youth into the organized job market is achieved through 25 technical training institutes across the country. These training institutes provide formal training in mechanical courses like Turners, Fitters, Welders, Electrician, Automobile Mechanic, CNC Operator, etc.

Jesuit Refugee Service

In 2017, JRS served nearly 640,000 people in camps and urban settings, in conflict zones and detention centers, on remote borders and in busy cities. Our work is coordinated by offices in 52 countries, 10 regions and an international office in Rome.

The Jesuits under the organization of Jesuit Conference of India established in 1978 for India, and Jesuit Conference of South Asia for Asia, are part of the international organization of the Society of Jesus and has their presence in most countries across the world. The rich traditions, experience and expertise of the global presence is the basis of the work of the Jesuits in South Asia. This has given birth to various schools, colleges, management institutes of excellence and now in the recent past universities that have been promoted as per the new guidelines of the countries in South Asia.

Nature cannot be regarded as something separate from ourselves. We are part of nature, included in it and thus in constant interaction with it.

From Pope Francis’ Laudato Si