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Mangaluru: Civil Service Academy opened at St Aloysius College


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Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SB)

Mangaluru, Jan 12: On the occasion of foundation day, St Aloysius College (Autonomous) launched its Civil Service Academy here on Saturday, January 12.

Michael D’Souza, philanthropist and NRI businessman inaugurated the academy by cutting the ribbon in the class room of academy. Fr Dionysius Vaz, Rector, St Aloysius Educational Institutions, Fr Praveen Martis , Principal , St Aloysius College, Fr Valerian D Souza, and other trustee of academy were present.

 

 



Speaking on the occasion, Michael D’Souza said "I thank God for as my long cherished dream was fulfilled today. When we expressed our desire to the management of St Aloysius College, they assured the support. Because of their positive response today, we have this Civil Service Academy which will play a vital role in training the future civil servants. This academy opens a new doors for youths to serve the nation. The training of civil service is on compassion, consciousness and competition which decides the students’ future. I am confident that finest officers will flourish from this academy and serve the people,”

“I thank the Rector and management of St Aloysius for taking responsibility. I request to identify the students who are thirsty to serve the people. Let this academy become a high class center of civil service,” he added. 

Fr Dionysius Vaz said, "9 Jesuits came here on the request of Catholic community of Mangaluru and then they created a history. Today we are held in high esteem in education sector. Civil Service Academy is one part of education and we inviting the candidates to get training from here for a better future of nation as well as that of individual. We thank to Michael D’Souza, Fr Valerian and all trustees of this academy. They are the real role models of this society because they always dream positive things and execute them."

Before that a thanks giving Mass was held at Loyola Hall. Fr J B Saldanha, parish priest of Permannur Church was the main celebrant. A large number of priests, staff, students and alumni members were present during the Mass.

Courses Offered

Full-Time Course for graduates and postgraduates
Add-on course(Part-Time) open to all for working professionals ,Under graduates and PG students
Two year foundation course for PUC and Higher Secondary students.

Specialized Services

Indian Administrative Service
Indian Foreign Service
Indian Police Service
The Karnataka Administrative Service
The Karnataka State Accounts Service
The Karnataka Treasury Service

Teaching Features

Classes on personality and English proficiency
Faculty / resource persons drawn from the academia and civil services (IAS/IFS/IPS/IRS)across India and globe
online , regular tests and evaluation
video telecasts ,tele-education
Orientation and workshops
Daily news analysis ,news paper reading,news sharing sessions and mock interviews
classes to cover prelims and main papers
Exclusive current affairs for prelims and mains

Practice Sessions

MCQs practice in class/ test series
MCQs for current affairs

More details and online application : www.staloysius.edu.in


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  • Lawrence, USA

    Mon, Jan 14 2019

    Very good initiative by St. Aloysius College, Mangalore and congratulations to the visionaries behind setting up Civil Service Academy. No doubt, this academy will well prepare students to pass the competitive exams. However, what needed the most is the personality development in students. They need to be trained to stand up for righteousness, fairness and justice and not become the Peons of politicians. May this Academy begins a new chapter in Indian Civil Service history is my wish.

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  • Francis, Shirva/UK

    Sun, Jan 13 2019

    Great step towards success, dream come true for young people in costal karnataka. Congratulations to St Aloysius College.

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  • Max and Jessie Rasquinha, Mangalore, Houston/Dallas, Texas

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    Civil Service Academy for St Aloysius College is a right move in the right direction. Let the young students get the best of credentials in their Civil Service Discipline at the right time so that they may get themselves enlisted with the best of Civil Service profession in order to enable them to enjoy the best possible Civil Service career within India.

    We were also thrilled to take part in the Xmas time gathering at St. Aloysius where we were also invited, and we witnessed the large portion of Academia from so many other Universities of Mangalore taking part in the Xmas time celebrations. The festive gathering was a true sign of the positive nature of St. Aloysius Management giving opportunity for wide variety of cultural and educational disciplines amidst all the season joys of celebrations.

    Best of luck to St. Aloysius, at all times.

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  • VALERIAN RODRIGUES, UJIRE

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    ALOYSIUS COLLEGE HAS REAL MOTTO OF SERVICE.CONGRATES

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  • Fr J.B.Crasta, Mangalore

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    Civil Service Academy was the dream of our community and you have made it. Congratulations to the Jesuits. God bless all your efforts. I wish you all the success.

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  • joe Gonsalves, Mangalore

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    The best gift one can give another is the gift of education and this is the gift that The Jesuit Fathers make available to the people of Mangalore and to several others. I am proud to be an Aloysian and I am sure thousands of past students sing the same refrain.

    What is Mr. Michale D'Souza doing now. He is only returning to St. Aloysius in some measure for THE GIFT OF EDUCATION that he has received at this Alma Mater.

    LONG LIVE ST. ALOYSIUS

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  • Augustine Daniel DSouza, Udupi Mumbai STATE OF KUWAIT.

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    God bless the Civil Service Academy opened at St. Aloysius College good opportunity for the younger generations.

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  • Alan, Mangalore

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    Good Initiative by St. Aloysius College. I hope the youngsters from Mangalore will make use of the opportunity and become a IFS/IAS/IPS/IRS officer and serve the country with pride.

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