Our Vision, Mission, & Objectives

Vision

To prepare men and women for the service of others, especially the poor, oppressed and marginalized”.

Mission

To build up a group of young men and women who would be agents of change in society and who work towards a secular world of fraternity, equality and justice”.


Objectives

  1. Competitent Faculty
  2. Diversified and customised teaching learning
  3. Continous internal Assessment
  4. Accademic Mentoring
  5. Fosetering Resererch Culture
  6. Up gradation of Syllabus
  7. Class room activities
  8. Project work
  9. Remedial classes
  10. Bridge Courses
  11. Certificate Courses
  12. Faculty and student Development programes
  13. Seminars and conferences
  14. Club and Asssociations
  15. IQAC
  1. Ingnitors Intergral Formation programe
  2. Value education
  3. Human Resource Development
  4. Observing special Days. (Human Rights, World Aids day, Women‘s Day, World Enviourment Day, etc)
  5. Mentoring
  6. Counselling
  7. Leadership Training
  8. Religious activities
  9. Business Ethics Courses
  1. Rural Exposure Camps
  2. Outreach programes
  3. Blood donation
  4. Human Rights courses
  5. Sneha Fund
  6. Visits to orphanages
  7. Social awarness
  8. Campagins (Aids awareness, Women Empowerment, Cleanliness Driver, Enviourmental awarness, Child rights, Human Rights, etc)
  9. SC/ST Empowerment Courses
  10. Women’s cell
  11. Courses in Environmental Sciences

Ideals and Characteristics of Jesuit Education

1. CARING FOR THE WHOLE PERSON
An important principle of Jesuit education is to care for every student with equity and dignity. Every student is taught to value one-self and others.

2. DISCOVERING TALENTS
Students are enabled to discover and develop their talents through curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

3. BECOMING A PERSON FOR OTHERS
Our mission is to prepare men and women for the service of others, especially the poor and the oppressed. We desire our students to be agents of change, to become persons of concern, compassion and conscience.

4. ENGAGING THE WORLD
The Institution empowers every student to be engaged in issues which affect humanity. Students are encouraged to learn how to deal with various issues like climate change, consumerism, violence, injustice,

5. ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
Education is a tool to enhance the quality of life. Students are trained to achieve academic excellence through hard work and commitment. Our Institution’s motto, ‘faith and toil’, inspires students and staff to excel in academic and non-academic endeavors through commitment. Hence, academic rigor is manifested in all the aspects of erudition and it is become a way of life for a Josephite.

6. CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT
Character development is an essential aspect of our Institution culture. Values like hard work, dignity, self-esteem, trust, confidence, concern, commitment, perseverance, honesty, integrity to build vibrant personalities are inculcated and nurtured in every student. All the curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities in the College emphasize character formation.

7. SOCIAL CONCERN
Social change is possible only through Social Concern. It is the vision of the College to train the students to become socially conscious and ready to stake their lives for the oppressed and the exploited. Social Analysis, Ignitors (Integral Formation Programme), Social outreach, Social awareness campaigns etc., are programs conducted to impart social management skills.

8. ECOLOGICAL SENSITIVITY
Sustainable development is the need of the hour. We create in the students an awareness of the need to protect our environment and combat further depletion of natural resources, and of climatic change, by adopting eco-friendly life style. By providing environmental education as part of our formal curriculum, we sensitize the students towards environmental and ecological issues.