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Sent on a Global Network: Response by Sunny Jacob SJ

As an ICAJE member, I know that we are very much in the direction of a Global networking. The talk by Mesa is apt and relevant to the time.

SENT ON A GLOBAL NETWORK : A response by George Nedumattom

Fr. Mesa defines and outlines a roadmap for our way of proceeding in a truly global dimension to ensure that the universality of the Society of Jesus and its mission is represented and lived out by all our schools. It is in consonance with the direction that our Father General, Fr. Arturo Sosa gives us, “By developing networks among us we also open wide possibilities to collaborate with others in the adventure of planning and working for the future of the humanity.” This is a new sign of the time to which we need to respond with lot of enthusiasm.

Model school of the Month...St. Lawrence, Kolkata



The students of St. Lawrence High School were much surprised and happy at the introduction of the Robotics Club on 31st March, 2016. The students displayed a great deal of talent while displaying their inventions and exploring the world of Robotics.





Speaking in an interview marking the 4th anniversary of Francis’ election on March 13th, 2013, Gibson said the Pope’s legacy will be “to recover those practices of discernment, of really examining one’s conscience.”

Gibson, who works for the US-based Religion News Service, said he believed the prominence of “synodality” was the most significant change introduced by the Argentinian pontiff.

Be Positive. In the midst of the negative news and happenings, is there a way for us to be positive and grow as a positive person?

In the midst of the negative news and happenings, is there a way for us to be positive and grow as a positive person? Can we help our kids and students to be positive in approach and world view? I think it is a must for them and us to be positive, otherwise the negative onslaught of news will make us mad....society mad!


We are invited and challenged to break out of our well settled and comfortable lifestyles and move and occupy new spaces, sharing spaces similar to what the majority of people occupy. We are also asked to think of new processes. It calls us to apply it to our ministries.

JESEDURIO 2017 Virtual Congress: Tradition: A Call for Innovation

Attention Please!

JESEDURIO 2017 Virtual Congress begins from March 1 and will continue till 30th April. Great oppoertunity for all to join and participate in this virtual Congress...encourage your teachers, Alumni, and Jesuits to participate and make it more involved universally. Click on the link below to join...

Environment and Energy Conservation Award for Loyola School Bangalore

The Wonderla Environment and Energy Conservation Award has been instituted with the vision of recognizing and rewarding schools that help build a greener world. The belief is that when a school takes green steps, students who study there grow up to be sensitive and caring towards environment, making the world a better place to live in. The  award is a step to this larger goal of inculcating love for environment among students.

10 Tips for teacher- leadership in Schools

  1. Be aware that you may now have different priorities
  2. Be credible in the classroom
  3. Your relationship with Students is crucial

First JIPST...South Zone Inter School Tournament held at Guntur

The First ever JIPST - Jesuit Inter- Provincial School Tournament for the Southern Zone was held in Loyola Public School, Guntur from 9th Feb to 10th Feb 2017. It was jointly organised by the 4 Jesuit provinces of the South ZONE. Thanks to all the PCEs and specially to Fr.. Stephen of Madurai. Thanks to Tony Uvari the host PCE for organising it so well.

Global Red Chair Project: Right to Education, Global Citizenship, Global Red Chair Project 2017

Educate Magis Community together with Entreculturas is committed to raising awareness of the millions of children that still don’t have access to education. We are inviting teachers of all Jesuit and Ignatian schools, as Global Citizens, to take action and join our fight to defend the right to education!

Extreme Neglect of Primary Education in Budget 2017 BY AMBARISH RAI

This Budget will benefit only a selected few children in higher education, depriving millions of children from their universal rights to education.This budget lacks the political will to seriously implement universal right to education. 

Comments on Draft Learning Outcomes

It is painful to note that the NCERT document “Draft Learning Outcomes” is posted in the public portal only in English and not in any of the Indian Languages, more particularly not even in a single language listed in the Schedule VIII of the Constitution of India. Only for Language Subjects Hindi and Urdu it is in the respective language.