The University Welcomes Nuns from Thailand
The newly elected Superior General of the Sisters Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (SIHM) Sr Maliwan Paramathawirote and the congregation’s former Superior General visited the University along with two Sisters, who joined Communicative English classes prior to enrolling in MA in Convergent Media & Technologies at the University.
Fr Joy SVD and Fr. CM Paul (HoD, the Department of Mass Communication) accompanied the delegation from Thailand to meet with the Vice Chancellor, Fr (Dr) Stephen Mavely on 19th February 2015.
“We are very happy to have this opportunity to learn English speaking skills for our students,” said the new Mother General Sr Maliwan expressing happiness on her visit and higher education possibilities for her Sisters at the University.
The two students from Thailand will start 3-month Spoken English class from 23rd February till May end, under the mentorship of Assistant Professors Joseph & Nabamita.
Founded in Bangkok, Thailand by Salesian Bishop Gaetano Pasotti in 1937, the Sisters Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary members devote themselves to the needs of the Church. The Identity of the Congregation is simplicity of life, spirit of sacrifice, family spirit and being joyful in serving God and fellow humans.