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Prestigious Einstein Prize for Ex-Xavierite Professor Abhay Ashtekar

Prestigious Einstein Prize for Ex-Xavierite Professor Abhay Ashtekar

Over four decades after he began his scientific engagement with gravitational science, Professor Abhay Ashtekar received the prestigious Einstein Prize conferred by the American Physical Society (APS). The prize for 2018, carries an award of $10,000. “The prize is special because is it the highest honour bestowed by APS in the broad area of gravitational science.

Works shop conducted in Indian Social Institute Bangalore on Educational issues confronting Minorities and our Possible,Collective and Proactive Responses. Date: 17th –Oct 19th


For the above seminar around 35 Men and Women Religious, Principals and the Managers of Educational Institutionswere present from various parts of India. The three day seminar/workshop was jointly organized by ISI Bangalore and JEASA New Delhi.

The first session was challenges to Christian Education in India.

Monitoring Student Progress and Potentials

Characteristics and Indicators of the “Monitoring Student Progress and Potentials”Quality of Effective Teachers

Characteristics Indicators


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Teachers Day 2018: Who Was Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan and Why We Dedicate This Day to Teachers?

In the year 1962, when Dr. Radhakrishnan assumed his office, the first ever teachers day was celebrated.

Teachers’ day is celebrated across India on 5th September, every year, which is also the birthday of former President, teacher, educator and scholar Dr.Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.


Mother Teresa was regarded and adored as the ‘Saint of the Gutters’ even when she was alive. Officially acknowledging her as a Saint is a fitting tribute to someone who has meant the world to millions all over, very specially to the poor and the marginalized; to the excluded and the rejected!

Activities of SXS, Nevta (July 2018)

Visit of Australia and  Hong Kong Delegation
"Education  does to the soul, what a sculptor does to a block of marble."

What is Jesuit education known for?


Jesuit education entails caring for the whole person — mind, body and spirit — and encouraging students to become well­rounded people who contribute to the greater good.

Inspired by the Jesuit practice of  “finding God in all things,” students take a broad range of study, which is grounded in the theological and philosophical foundations of the Catholic intellectual tradition. 


HRE – Logistics

“Everyone has the right to education…Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. It shall promote understanding, tolerance and friendship among all nations, racial or religious groups, and shall further the activities of the United Nations for the maintenance of peace.”