On 4 th of January 2021 Jesuit Conference of India/South Asia-Conference Development Office launched two websites i.e, Jesuit Educational Association of South Asia (JEASA) https://jeasa.jcsaweb.org/ and Jesuit Higher Education of South Asia (JHEASA) through an online event https://jheasa.jcsaweb.org/
The Jesuit Educational Association of South Asia is a network of 400 plus prestigious and known educational institutions of the Jesuit Conference of South Asia.
So, also the Jesuit Higher Education Association of South Asia comprises of 60 plus Higher Education Institution of South Asia, especially of India. Many of them are in the list of top and leading educational institutions of the country India.
Dr. Jerome Stanislaus D’Souza, President of the Jesuit Conference of South Asia formally launched the websites of Jesuit Educational Association of South Asia (JEASA) and Jesuit Higher Education of South Asia (JHEASA) and said, websites play an important role in this era of digital communication, they are windows to know an institution, it’s origin and growth, vision and mission, plans and programs, options and values, partners and well-wishers. Websites become valuable interface between the institution and potential partners and they not only build the brand value of institution they also invite the institution
Dr. Siji Chacko, Director CDO, MFN & Comms, Jesuit Conference of India/South Asia, helped in exploring the newly launched website of Jesuit Educational Association of South Asia (JEASA) and Jesuit Higher Education of South Asia (JHEASA).
The Secretary of Jesuit Educational Association of South Asia (JEASA), Fr. Sunny Jacob, SJ, said, the website is a best way of networking with the entire global Jesuit educational communities and to give relevant information to our stakeholders on Jesuit Educational Associations.
The Secretary of Jesuit Higher Education Association of South Asia (JHEASA), Fr. Joye James, SJ said, the website will help them reach out to people and connect with them.
The President of Jesuit Alumni Associations of India (JAAI), Mr. Chenthil Kumar, CA said, website and branding is an important to keep not only institutions well connected but the alumni’s to be constantly be in touch with the institutions.
The link to the program is given here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1WU8vSKgrg
Greetings. Jesuits Education shall start from primary institutions throughout India. It is very clear that ‘primary’ must include nursery education also. Unfortunately, the primary educational institutions are very few in numbers not to speak of nursery educational institutions. The evening study centres for primary and secondary school going children in villages may be converted into nursery and primary educational institutions at the earliest convenience and starting up of new institutions under the control of nearby Jesuits’ Ministries. Similarly, more number of secondary educational institutions may kindly be initiated in villages
With regards and prayers.