St. Aloysius College Alumni Association(SACAA) is a vibrant body, representing all former students of the Institute who have taken formal membership of SACAA. SACAA is a connect between Alumni and their Alma mater. It is an existence since last few decades and has contributed its best for the development of the alma mater and has stood firm in all trials and tribulations of the alma mater.
On behalf of the Management, the staff, the students and the parents, let me extend my sincere welcome to this exciting and interactive site. It is with humility and pride that we have expanded our sphere of influence with the wider community in saying a big thanks to all our supporters over the past 139 years. This medium will continue to propel our noble institution in the right direction.
Devi Prasad Shetty is an Indian cardiac surgeon and entrepreneur. He is chairman and founder of Narayana Health, a chain of 21 medical centers in India.
K. Ullas Karanth is a conservation zoologist and a leading tiger expert based in Karnataka, India. He was the director of the Wildlife Conservation Society - India.
Hegde had his early education at St. Aloysius College, Mangalore and topped it with a B.Sc degree from St. Joseph’s College, Bangalore. Then after a stint at Canara Workshops Ltd.
Indo-Australian writer and journalist. Winner, 2008 Man Booker Prize for his debut novel, The White Tiger.
Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and CEO of edX, an online learning destination.
Former Indian Defence Minister, trade unionist, politician, journalist, agriculturist, and member of Rajya Sabha from Bihar.
Abhaya Simha is a Kannada film director and screenwriter. He was born and brought up in Mangalore, Karnataka, INDIA.
Deepa Sannidhi born Rahasya is an Indian actress who mainly appears in Kannada films. She made her acting debut in the 2011 film Saarathi.
The College Chapel The College Chapel is centrally located. People of all religions find it a place of inspiration, personal reflection and prayer. The Chapel is enriched with historic frescoes and canvas paintings, the only one of its kind in India, by the master painter, Italian Jesuit Brother Antonio Moscheni S.J. (1854 – 1905), done in 1901. The paintings suffered the ravages of humid Mangalore and have been restored in 1994 and once again in 2018. The beautiful College Chapel is also a world tourist destination.