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Making the World a Better Place For All of Us

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Our Story

The Jesuits, with the establishment of the St. Paul’s College in Goa in 1542, have a legacy of four and a half centuries of engagement and involvement in South Asia. 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.

What we do

Every good act is charity. A man’s true wealth hereafter is the good that he does in this world to his fellows..

Supplementary Education

The Supplementary Education Program named as ‘SANKALP’ is a collective of Jesuit Social Action initiatives in South-Asia

Vocational Educagtion

The Jesuit objective to mainstream the youth into the organized job market is achieved through 29 Technical Training Institutes across the country.

Ecology & Environment

The Jesuits have been progressively engaged in preserving and conserving the ecology and environment through different innovative programmes.

With Your Help, We are Making The World a Better Place

"The Jesuits in South Asia through creative and meaningful engagement, are trying to build about change by directly working with the people who are left-out of National Development. All the programmes of JCI contribute to overall development, join us in the mission of transforming lives through sustainable development.”

Our Mission & Approach

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

Institutions

More than 1000 Social Institutions improving access of children and youth to quality education.

Formal Technical Institutions

Formal Technical Institutes imparting technical education to the youth belonging to the poorer sections.

Youth trained every year

Approx 5000 youth enrolled every year in different technical / vocational courses. More than 1,00,000 trained till date.

Sankalp Centres

SANKALP is a programme from early childhood to post-schooling and sometimes linking to livelihood and employment opportunities. Over 50, 000 children and youth benefited.

Community Colleges

Community colleges providing vocational education and training to school dropouts.

Students benefited

Considering the high dropout in the formal education system, the Jesuits over the last two decades have promoted Community Colleges

Farmers Trained

Promoting ecological awareness on conservation and development of natural resources, preservation of rare medicinal plants.

Presence in States

The Indian Centre for Research and Development in Community Education set up in 1999 has 253 Community Colleges in 18 states of India.

Our Partners & Sponsors