We, the Ex-students of the St Aloysius Institutions, Mangalore have resolved to form ourselves into a registered Association so as to bring together all the Alumni of our Alma Mater and accordingly have resolved to register our Association and have it called as the St Aloysius College Alumni Association.
Why Register as Alumni
As an old student of St. Aloysius Institutions, you may want to get in touch with your batchmates, old friends, your teachers who were old students of St. Aloysius. You can reminisce, exchange news, renew friendships, perhaps even form business associations.
Becoming a member gives you access to a database of old students of your college, you can chat with them online, you can form communities, you can upload photos, participate in forums and much more. If you are already a member you can sign in directly, if you are not a member, then send in your details through the registration form below.
We, the Ex-students of the St Aloysius Institutions, Mangalore have resolved to form ourselves into a registered Association so as to bring together all the Alumni of our Alma Mater and accordingly have resolved to register our Association and have it called as the St Aloysius College Alumni Association. Accordingly, we do hereby adopt enact and give to ourselves this Constitution.
The St Aloysius College Alumni Association, hereinafter referred to as the Association, shall strive:
to provide a forum for Aloysian Alumni to put Aloysian values and aspirations into practice, to promote cordial relationship among Aloysian Alumni by bringing them together through various programmes; to foster the spirit of fellowship among Aloysian Alumni by enabling them to maintain contact, wherever they may be, and by involving them in humanitarian endeavours; to propagate Aloysian values among fellow persons, so as to inculcate in them these vales, and to create an awareness among new generations of Aloysian Alumni that they have the obligation to work for the betterment of their less privileged brothers and sisters, and to train them to strive for a just and equitable social order.
The benefits of the Association shall be open to all irrespective of caste, creed or religion.
COMPOSITION OF THE ASSOCIATION
For the purposes of this Constitution and its practice, the term “St Aloysius Institutions” shall include St Aloysius College, St Aloysius Evening College, St Aloysius High School, St Aloysius Primary School, St Aloysius College of Business Management, St Aloysius Technical Training Institute. The St Aloysius Computer Centre, Aloysian Boys Home and any new institute/programme established by the management.
The term “Aloysian Alumni” shall include Ex-students of St Aloysius Institutions.
The membership of the Association shall be open to the following persons.
Ex-students of the St Aloysius institutions, who shall be Life-Members of the Association; Teaching and non-teaching staff of the St Aloysius Institutions, who shall be Life Members of the Association; Spouses of Ex-students and of teaching and non-teaching staff of the St Aloysius Institutions, who shall be Associate Life Members of the Association; Alumni of Jesuit Institutions in India who re residing in Mangalore, who shall be Honorary Members of the Association for the duration of their residence in Mangalore The Rector of the St Aloysius Institutions, who shall be the Patron of the Association
The office of the Association shall be located on the premises of St Aloysius College, Mangalore
The activities of the Association shall be managed by the Executive Committee. The Executive Committee of the Association shall be comprised of the following office bearers.
The Rector of the St Aloysius Institutions, who shall be the Patron of the Association. A Director of the Association, nominated by the Rector.
Office-Bearers of the Association, elected by the General Body at the Annual General Meeting
i) President ii) Vice President iii) Honorary Secretary iv) Honorary Joint Secretary v) Honorary Treasurer c) Five elected members to the Executive Committee, elected by the General Body at the Annual General Meeting d) Nominated members to the Executive Committee, as may be nominated by the Executive Committee, provided that the total strength of the Executive Committee does not exceed 20.