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In Tamil Nadu, at Madurai in 1609, the Portugal Jesuits started their mission under the leadership of Robert De Nobili. But unfortunately in 1773, the society of Jesus was suppressed due to some political interferences and later restored in 1814. After the restoration, the new Madurai Mission was nurtured by French Jesuits. It was on 4th February 1929, the anniversary of the Martyrdom of St. John De Britto, that the Madurai Mission was elevated to the status of Vice-Province, dependent on the Toulouse Province. A few years later, it was raised to an independent province on 15th August 1952 with Fr. Humbert Pinto (1899- 1981) as the Acting Provincial. At the time of transfer of power by the French to Indians, there were 400 Jesuits of whom 300 were Indians.
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Name of the Secretary
:
Rev. Dr A. Lourdu Samy, S.J.,
Address & Telephone No.
:
St. Xavier's College of Education (Autonomous),
 
:
 Palayamkottai - 627 002. 0462-2577630
Name of the Principal
:
Rev. Dr. D. Thomas Alexander, S.J.,
Residence Telephone No
:
0462-2560005, 4264218
Hostel
:
0462-4264496
Year of establishment
:
1950

   

 

St. Xavier's College of Education is one of the three educational Institutions owned by the Society of St. Francis Xavier, a body registered under the Societies Registration Act, (S.No.3 of 1920-21) having its office at Palayamkottai. The College was started in 1950 as St. Xavier's Teachers' Training College at St. Xavier's (Autonomous) College Campus by Rev. Fr. Bonhoure S.J. as its first Principal. The college has been able to establish its mark of excellence on the educational map of India by hard and strenuous efforts of Rev. Fathers, Rev. Brothers and lay collaborators.

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