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One day Seminar on GST and Its Impact on Marketing

On 9th August 2017 DDU Kaushal Kendra (skill based job oriented innovative degree programme) in association with Department of Post Graduate Studies and research in commerce, had organised a one day seminar on GST and its impact on marketing. The event was inaugrated by lighting the lamp in the presence of Rev.Fr.Dr.Praveen Martis SJ, Principal of St. Aloysius College, Dr. ... Read More »

Inauguration of Field Action projects of PG and UG department of Social Work

Department of Social Work, St Aloysius College (Autonomous) initiated six Field Action Projects in order to reach out to the needy individuals of society. These projects were inaugurated by Dr Ronald Fernandes, Bureau Chief of Deccan Herald, Mangalore on August 9 2017, at Fr Robert Sequeira Hall The programme was presided by Rev Dr Praveen Martis SJ, Principal of St ... Read More »

ECONOVANZA 2017

Students should channelize their energy for orgainisng various extra and co curricular activities like Econovanza and involve themselves in developing their creative and innovative energy opined Mrs Kavitha Sanil, Mayor of Mangalore City Corporation. She was speaking after inaugurating the State Level Economics Fest “Econovanza 2017” organsied by the Department of Economics, St Aloysius College (Autonomous) Mangaluru on August 08, ... Read More »

Dr Norbert Lobo

          Dr Norbert Lobo Coordinator Research Studies Associate Professor and Head Depart of Economics, St Aloysius College ( Autonomous) Mangaluru. Karnataka -575003 E-Mail : norbert.lobo@gmail.com Phone No: 0091- 824- 2223469 Mobile No: 0091- 99641 44583 Educational Qualifications 1. Ph. D. (Doctor of Philosophy in Economics): Mangalore University, 2002. Title of the Thesis: “Patterns of Rural-to- Urban ... Read More »

Dr Denis Fernandes

              Dr Denis Fernandes IQAC Coordinator Associate Professor Dept of History, St Aloysius College (Autonomous) Mangaluru. Karnataka -575003 E-Mail : denisfernandes@staloysius.edu.in Phone No: 0091- 824- 2224250 Mobile No: 0091- 9483909550 Educational Qualifications Ph. D. (Doctor of Philosophy in History): Mangalore University, 2008. Title of the Thesis: “The Tulu World in European Writings”. M.A. (Master ... Read More »

VANAMAHOTHSAVA THROUGH SEED BALLS

Bioscience Association celebrated ‘Vanamahothsava’ through seed balls on July 28, 2017 at 2:45pm in Botany Lab. As a preparation to this event, on July 14, 2017 the members of the association prepared seed balls of four different kinds of plants namely Calophyllum inophyllum (Honne), Coix lacryma-jobi (Chinese pearl barley), Adenanthera pavonia (Chenne Kai ) and Indigofera tinctoria ( Indigo). The ... Read More »

Workshop on “PYTHON PROGRAMMING – Development of Real Time Applications”

The Department of Computer Science, Applications and Animation of St. Aloysius College (Autonomous), Mangaluru had organized a One Day State Level Workshop on “PYTHON PROGRAMMING – Development of Real Time Applications” on 5 August, 2017. The inaugural function of the workshop was held in the Eric Mathias Hall, Maffei Block, followed by the workshop sessions in the Information Technology lab ... Read More »

Outreach Programme by Journalism Students

The Department of Journalism, St. Aloysius College organized a talk on study habits, stress management and time management at Government Women’s High School, Balmatta, Mangalore on the 4th of August 2017 at 3 p.m. The main objective of this session is to help students overcome stress and anxiety related problems. About 25 students participated in the event. The session will ... Read More »

Feast of St Ignatius of Loyola

Feast of St Ignatius of Loyola- Founder of Society of Jesus- was celebrated with great enthusiasm by staff and students of St Aloysius College Mangaluru. As a part of the feast celebration of Loyola week was observed From Monday, 24th July 2017 to Saturday, 29th July 2017 in the campus. Throughout the week various competitions were conducted and students were ... Read More »