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Fr. Adolfo Nicholas SJ is no more

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Corona Pandemic and the Future Challenges for all

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INDIA : Corona Pandemic and the Future Challenges for all by Sunny Jacob SJ (CNUA) Corona Pandemic is continuing its onslaught all over the world.

3 ways the coronavirus pandemic could reshape education

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3 ways the coronavirus pandemic could reshape education (Global Agenda by World Social Forum)

Upcoming events

National Workshop on Education for Heads of Catholic Schools in Delhi

Workshop on Educational Issues Confronting Us Today: Responses and Strategies

AICHE and JEA New Delhi is organising a workshop on Educational Issues Confronting us today from 22-25 April 2020. This workshop is intended for the benefit of Heads of Educational Institutions, Managers, Correspondents, Principals and Educationists, of the Catholic Church, with special focus on those working in North India.

 

National Seminar for the Catholic School Principals/Managers

Workshop on Educational Issues Confronting Us Today: Responses and Strategies

Indian Social Institute, Bengaluru in collaboration with Jesuit Education Association of South Asia (JEASA) is happy to organize a workshop on Educational Issues Confronting us today from 7th October to 10th October 2020. This workshop is intended for the benefit of Heads of Educational Institutions, Managers, Correspondents, Principals and Educationists, with special focus on those working in South India.

As people working in educational institutions, we are faced with newer and complex challenges every day. Evidence shows that the Christian educational institutions have played a stellar role in the field of education imparting quality education and promoting all round development of the students. Yet, today, we find ourselves at the receiving end. In these difficult and very challenging times we ask - Is it possible for us to maintain our distinct identity and yet contribute significantly to the building of this nation in the education sector? How can we proactively respond and remain relevant in a changing context amidst the increasing attempts to intimidate and harass us? How could we initiate collective space at South India level for mutual learning, sharing and cooperation?

The experts will guide us in this regard while they deal with significant current challenges and issues. This workshop will offer the participants a platform to share their experiences and challenges as heads/managers/administrators of educational institutions in the presence of eminent resource persons and look at various ways and strategies to respond to those challenges and issues.

Dates: 7th October (arrival by 4 pm) to 10th October (4 pm), 2020
Venue: Indian Social Institute, Bengaluru
Participants: Heads of educational institutions, managers, administrators, correspondents.
Course Fees: Rs 5,000 (includes Registration and Course fees, food and shared accommodation). Please confirm your participation by sending us the filled in registration form along with the registration fees, Rs 1,000.
Last Date to Register: September 20, 2020

Registration Form can be downloaded from below the website link

Click on the link here to know more about the seminar.

http://www.isibangalore.com/upcoming-events-on-educational-issues.php  

 

Contact Details

Email: isihumanrights@gmail.com

Fr. Sunny Jacob SJ
Secretary, JEASA, New Delhi

Dr. Alwyn Prakash D’Souza, SJ
Head, Human Rights and Training Unit
Indian Social Institute
Bengaluru- 560046

JEASA Annual meeting in Kathmandu (2019)

JEA SA Annual meeting for the Province Coordinators will be held in Kathmandu from 25th October to 29th October 2019. George PM SJ, the RCE is the local organiser.

Ecology Commission meeting at Mumbai

There will be Ecology Commission meeting at Mumbai on 8th September, 2019

JEA SA: A Glance

Ignatius of Loyola and six of his companions founded the Society of Jesus in 1540. It was in that year that this group received formal approval from the pope, then Pope Paul III. At the age of 30, Inigo Lopez de Loyola, a Spanish nobleman, had his leg shattered by a cannon ball at the Battle of Pamplona 1521. During his convalescence in the castle of Loyola, Inigo was initially disappointed to find that there were only two books in the house: The Life of Christ and The Lives of the Saints. He read these books to pass the time, but gradually his mind was turned towards the things of God and away from his romantic fantasies.

Ignatius began to notice that he felt more at peace when he entertained ambitions of doing great things for God than when he thought about his romantic conquests. After he had recovered, he began to pray, fast and do penance. He also sought to find what God was asking of him. After many adventures, he decided to become a priest and took up studies in Paris where the new “company” was born. St. Ignatius and his  Read More

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