SIGA – Chapel of St. Thomas

The management respects the religious beliefs of all the groups and denominations represented in the Institute, however, only Catholic religious services will be held at the Institute in which the Catholic students are expected to be present and take an active part. Regular religious/moral value classes will be held for the students. Its purpose is to help the students reflect on the great questions of life, to understand the meaning of being human, to facilitate one’s ‘inward journey’ and value clarification. Study and discussion on issues such as human rights, social justice, social harmony, adolescent problems, etc., will also be a part of this programme.

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