Mangaluru: AIMIT inaugurates MDP centre, students’ residence

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Mangaluru, Sep 2: St Aloysius Institute of Management and Information Technology, on Thursday, August 31, inaugurated the Management Development Programme Centre and Students' Residence at AIMIT.

Fr Dr Stany D'Souza, provincial, Karnataka, blessed the new facility and delivered his message to students and staff gathered.

Fr Denzil Lobo, director, AIMIT and former rector, St Aloysius College, unveiled the plaque declaring the new facility open.


Fr Denzil thanked some of the principal donors of MDP centre including Prem Watsa, K V Kamath, Aravind Adiga, Mohandas Pai, and Ivan Fernandes. Fr Dionysius Vaz, rector, St Aloysius College, congratulated and appreciated the contributions made by everyone in getting the work done within a year.

Fr Dionysius Vaz, rector, St Aloysius College, congratulated and appreciated the contributions made by everyone in getting the work done within a year.

Dr Praveen Martis, principal, St Aloysius College, and Michael D’Souza, entrepreneur in Dubai, were present.

The dignitaries honoured Praveen Saldanha, architect, Richard Rodrigues of Vailankanni Constructions, contractor,  Prashanth, site supervisor, Vincent and Dolphy.
The new construction is equipped with excellent residential facilities for students, including air conditioned rooms. The MDP Centre has spacious air conditioned rooms for accommodation. AIMIT plans to hold MDPs for executives from banks and other firms in collaboration with some of the leading business schools including XLRI, XIMB, SJIM and XIME. Faculty from these business schools and other prominent members of the industry will be resource persons.

Allen Pereira, former MD of Bank of Maharashtra, Denis Rodrigues, former general manager of Canara Bank, Meera Aranha, general manager Karnataka Bank, Lionel Aranha, professor at IIMs, Naveen, charted accountant, guest faculty at XLRI, and faculty from AIMIT business school will be among those involved in the functioning of the various programmes chalked out for the year.


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  • Max and Jessie Rasquinha, Mangalore, Houston/Dallas, texas

    Sat, Sep 02 2017

    We shall always remain proud of any kind of progress and development taking place at St. Aloysius College, Beeri complex. A seventeen acre land filled with trees and beautiful landscape is well developed and maintained. We visited the complex when bags of cement and sand were pouring in on truck loads. We have seen the blue prints and we have listened to all the short term and long term plans. Each and every plan is taking shape systematically and beautifully. Thanks to Fr. Denzil and his team who have given so much of their time and talent for this beautiful complex.

    Now we have better living facilities for the students. The lush green environment, the beautifully laid out building complex and well developed cafetarias, dormintaries and most importantly the auditorium and the entire lay out is simply marvelous to visit each time. All that we need in that complex is a beautiful Grotto of our Lady of Lourdes or the Lady of Fatima so that many Christian students can always sit along side the Grotto and spend their quiet moments in prayer and meditation. Other students, regardless of their faith should be able to enjoy the fresh air and beauty of the land so far from Mangalore town, yet it is close to everyone because of the scenic drive from Nanthoor all the way to Beeri and beyond.

    AIMIT will continue to grow with good leaders such as Fr. Denzil, Fr. Ozzie, Fr. Pradeep and many others. The faculty of AIMIT to good to describe. We need a good basket ball court outside with suitable floodlights. We need to attract AIMIT with many athletic as well as recreational programs so that the place will become prominent for many others to visit the complex more often and patronize the facilities.

    We wish AIMIT best of everything in their future life, specially under the leadership of Fr. Denzil.

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