IMMANUEL DEGREE COLLEGE

SOLIPET, EAST HYDERABAD 

GOOD NEWS TO ALL THOSE LOOKING FOR HIGH QUALITY UNDERGRAD EDUCATION!

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SPECIAL FEATURES:

1. Highly qualified and experienced faculty.

2. State of the Art infrastructure

3. Digital Classrooms equipped with projectors

4. Outdoor & Indoor sports

5. Industrial visits

6. Job training: soft skill development, interview preparations, resume

building, English Communication, etc.

7. Free lunch for students

8. Affordable free structure

9. USA study tour

10. Free transportation

HERE IS A COLLEGE THAT OFFERS YOU ALL THAT YOU EVER NEEDED TO PREPARE FOR A DREAM CAREER.

WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?

 

 

 

 

ANNUAL DAY AT IMMANUEL ACADEMY


Immanuel Academy had its Annual Day and 10th anniversary celebration on May

21, 2022. The Vice Chancellor of  Mahatma Gandhi University,

Prof. Ch. Gopal Reddy

was the chief guest. The day  pulsated with music and dance and many

other cultural  activities. Forty colleges from Telangana State participated in Pragna

Manthan, a talent contest designed for college students. IBS honors three best

students with Presidential Awards every year. Shulamite Hadasa, S. Rajeshwari (in

the picture) and Raju Khillo were the winners of 2022. They got a memento

and a check prize of Rs.10,000/- each.

 

 

 

 

SERVING THE DIFFERENTLY ABLED FRIENDS

ON THE EVE OF REPUBLIC DAY!

PEOPLE IN SPECIAL NEED DRAW OUR ATTENTION!

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT: LEADERSHIP TRAINING

MBA STUDENTS (II YEAR) ON CAMPUS!

 

WIDOWS & CHILDREN RECEIVE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

AND NEW CLOTHES ON THE EVE OF NEW YEAR!

 

 

 

IBS AWARDED
In a grand Education Leadership Summit organized by a prestigious media group, ArdorComm Media in New Delhi on Sept 30 and Oct 1, 2021, our MBA college, Immanuel Business School, was awarded for its contribution to Higher education.
Dr. Joab Lohara, Chairman of IBS, also received an award for his remarkable leadership in higher education. We were one of the few colleges that received double awards.  
Held at Hotel Radisson, the event had drawn the partnership of AICTE and the Higher Education Department of the Government of Telangana. Eminent academicians and scholars from over 100 universities and colleges participated to exchange their ideas and share expertise at this two-day Summit that ended with a joyful award ceremony. 
  
LIFE KILL TRAINING IN BHUBANESWAR
 

 

SUCHITRA CENTER FOR 


LIFE SKILL DEVELOPMENT


INAUGURATED IN BHUBANESWAR

 

 

Suchitra Center for Life Skill Development of AIM ASIA was inaugurated in 

Kesura, Bhubaneswar on February 12, 2021 by the Chief Guest, Mr. Sanjay

 

Pramanik, Special Secretary to the Government of Odisha,

 

Housing and Urban Development. 

 

 

 

Speaking on the occasion, the chief guest admired the vision of the Founder-

 

President of AIM ASIA Dr. Joab Lohara in providing life skills to the

 

underprivileged youth and women, so they can join the mainstream as Atma

 

Nirbhar individuals. 

 

 

The other dignitaries who spoke on the occasion were Bishop Surendra

 

Nanda and Bishop P. R. Parichha of Cuttack.

 

 

The Center is well equipped to offer training in Sewing-Embroidery, Computer

 

Application, Paper Plate making and a Reading Room for senior citizens. Mr.

 

Joseph Pani has been appointed in charge of the Center.

 

 

Over 300 friends and well wishers attended the event which was beautifully

 

led by Mr. Binoy Bardhan, and Mr. Ullas Kumar Pani of Bhubaneswar.

 

 

 

We deeply appreciate all of those who contributed towards making the event

 

a great success.

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMMANUEL BUSINESS SCHOOL

ORIENTATION PROGRAM

 

January 18, 2021. Immanuel Business School had a virtual orientation program for the freshers at 10:30 AM. Dr. Santoshi Paawar of JNTU, Hyderabad was the chief guest. In her 20-minute speech, she lavishly admired the innovative approach of IBS in preparing students for the future and emphasized the importance of management education.  

Among others who spoke on the occasion were the Founder Chairman, Dr. Joab Lohara and Mr. Tanuj Gaurav, Director of Operations.  

Dr. Joab Lohara encouraged the students to be men and women of character, brilliant, brave, honest, courteous, artistic and polymath genius. "Education without human value is less than useless and education without character would have a deleterious impact on society," he remarked. 

IBS has been successful in placements and will continue to explore new areas. It would continue to prepare students for what comes next, see them go places, producing entreprenuers and employable professional.  

The ice on the cake was the testimony of two of our alumni, Rajkishore and Mario, who have landed lucrative jobs in multinational farms and achieved great success in their career. 

The program was led well by the principal, Dr. Grace Ganta. 

 

AIM ASIA RESPONSE

TO COVID-19 CRISIS!

 

Founder-President of AIM ASIA Bishop Dr. Joab Lohara (left) and

Vice Chair of State Minorities Commission, Shri. B. Shanker Luke (right)

with the Honorable Minister for IT, Industries, MA&UD

SHRI. K. T. RAMA RAO GARU


Bishop Dr. Joab Lohara and Shri. B. Shanker Luke met with the

Honorable  Minister  Shri.K. T. Rama Rao Garu on April 8, 2020 and handed out a

check to him for Telangana CM Relief Fund on behalf of AIM ASIA.

They admired the stupendous relief work undertaken by the State Government

for the poor and the needy directly impacted by COVID-19.

The Honorable Minister tweeted in the same afternoon thanking

Bishop Dr. Joab Lohara for the contribution to CMRF.

It is so satisfying that we have an opportunity to offer our mites,

though like a drop in the ocean, for a noble cause such as this.

Grateful to the Honorable Minister for sharing a moment with us!

 

AIM ASIA PARTNERS WITH

TELANGANA STATE MINORITIES COMMISSION 

FOR COVID-19 RELIEF WORK

 AIM ASIA FOUNDER-PRESIDENT

BISHOP DR. JOAB LOHARA

WITH  

STATE MINORITY COMMISSION VICE CHAIR

SHRI. B. SHANKER LUKE

 

The State Minorities Commission has invited AIM ASIA to work in partnership for

the COVID-19 RELIEF WORK. We have launched helpline services at three centers:

Nacharam, Rangareddy distict; Bogaram, Medchal district; and Solipet, Yadadri

district. Travel passes are given to three of our vehicles by the

Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad which helps us

tranport relief material to different areas. Besides getting calls from

the groups of migrant workers, we also coordinate with the Hyderabad police to locate

the needy families and provide relief. 

 

 Telangana State Minister for Minority Welfare, Shri. Koppula Eshwar

participating in COVID-19 Relief Distribution of AIM ASIA at Rajarampally, Dt.

Jagitial in his own constituency. Following is his gracious note to

Bishop Joab Lohara.

 

As of  date (23/04/2020), we have helped over 5,000 needy people.  We want to

be able to continue this good work until the lockdown is lifted.

We provide each family with 10 kgs of good rice, 2 kgs of lentil, 1 kg. edible oil,

soap, sanitizers and masks. The needs are enormous, everywhere.

The situation is unprecedented.

We have so many heart breaking stories. Some people have nothing at all to eat.

A widow  at Baragadra broke into tears placing her helpless hands on the

relief supplies we gave. She and her two  little children had nothing for the day.  

Wish we could do the same for more people in desperation. 

Here is a glimpse into our relief services:

 

  Honorable Member of Parliament, Shri. Venkatesh Netha Borlakunta participating in COVID-19 Relief Distribution of AIM ASIA at Rajarampally, Jagityal district

 

PHOTOFILE/MAY 16,2020/DIMAPUR

AIM ASIA REACHES OUT TO

HELPLESS, DAILY WAGE WORKERS

IN NAGALAND

 

In response to distress calls from many daily wage workers in Dimapur, Nagaland, AIM ASIA Representative, David Khobung, organized distribution of essential supplies to 40 poor, helpless families at the premises of Gospel Center School in Dimapur today. 

The supplies included rice, lentil, onions, salt and edible oil. 

Many local leaders assisted to ensure a very systematic and peaceful distribution. Among them were Superintending Engineer, Mr. Sao Sangtam and Dr.T. N. Lotha. 

 

 

 COVID-19 Relief Distribution at Medabaai Basti in Hyderabad

 AIM ASIA IS GRATEFUL FOR GOVERNMENT PARTICIPATION
IN OUR COVID-19 RELIEF WORK
 
 
 
  Honorable MLA of Musheerabad, Shri. Muta Gopal participating in COVID-19 Relief Distribution of AIM ASIA in his own constituency at Musheerabad
 
 
 
 
  Shri. K. Manik Rao, MLA of Zaheerabad, participating in COVID-19 Relief Distribution of AIM ASIA in his own constituency at Zaheerabad.
 
 
 
  
 
  Assistant Commissioner of Police, CCS DD, Mr. S. V. Hari Krishna,
 
participating in COVID-19 Relief Distribution of AIM ASIA in Hyderabad.  
 
 
   
COVID-19 RELIEF TO MIGRANT WORKERS IN HAYATH NAGAR
 

 

Inspector of Police, Mr. T. Murali Krishna  participating in our COVID-19 relief work at Musheerabad unleashed his appreciation for AIM ASIA.

 

PHOTOFILE/27-4-2020:

 In the picture are the families of the barbers at Naredmet.

Corporator Mr. Hanumanth Rao is seen at our relief distribution center.

These families are the migrants from Madhya Pradesh, who eke out a living by giving rides to children on their camel and horse (in the background) in the old city area, Hyderabad. They were desperate for some food. Hyderabad Police called our COVID-19 HELPLINE on their behalf and we immediately reached out to the them with essential supplies.

 THANKFUL TO THE CITY POLICE EVERYWHERE IN HYDERABAD

AND IN THE VICINITY WITHOUT WHOSE HELP A PEACEFUL

DISTRIBUTION OF RELIEF WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN POSSIBLE,

ESPECIALLY WHEN PEOPLE IN DESPERATION THRONG AROUND

THE RELIEF TEAM. THE POLICE CALLS OUR HELPLINE

AND ALSO ENSURES SAFETY. INDEED GRATEFUL!

 PHOTOFILE/28-4-2020: PROVIDING ESSENTIAL SUPPLIES TO

DAILY WAGE  WORKERS IN  AMEERPET AREA, HYDERABAD. THANKFUL

TO THE MEDIA AND POLICE FOR THEIR HELP.

Relief Distribution at Ameerpet

 

 PHOTOFILE/29-4-2020: Today our Relief Team traveled to Macherial

about 4-hour drive from Hyderabad along with MLC Shri. Rajeshwar Rao

and distributed relief supplies to 100 families. Among others who

participated in this program are MLA Shri. N. Diwakar Rao,

MLC Shri. P. Satish and Municipality Chairman Shri. P. Rajaiah.

Provost of Immanuel Academy Dr. R. Jabez in action (below)

 

 PHOTOFILE/2-5-2020:

MLA of Musheerabad constituency Shri. Muta Gopal at

AIM ASIA relief distribution point, Kavadiguda

 PHOTOFILE/4-5-2020: HAYAT NAGAR DAILY WAGE WORKERS

AIM ASIA promptly responded to a telephone call by Shri. Benhur Dutt Ekka,

IAS, Secretary to Government of Telangana, ST Development, to help stranged

migrant workers in Hayath Nagar area.  

COVID-19 RELIEF TO DAILY WAGE WORKERS

SOCIAL DISTANCING AND USE OF MASK IS

ADVISED AT THE TIME OF RELIEF DISTRIBUTION 

 

 Telangana State Minority Commission Vice Chair Shri. B. Shankar Luke

is seen distributing relief material in the picture below

 

 TO ASSIST PEOPLE IN COVID-19 CRISIS, AIM ASIA

is an official partner of 

State Minority Commission of the Government of Telangana 

A retired judge Mr. Rajkumar took part in the relief distribution 

PHOTOFILE/5-5-2020: Gangadhar village

MLA Shri. Ravi Shankar at AIM ASIA's Relief distribution center

at Gangadhar village, Karimnagar district, TS

 AIM ASIA RELIEF TEAM visited Gangadhar village in

Karimnagar district today at the invitation of MLA Shri. Ravi Shankar.

Essential supplies like  rice, lentil, oil, etc. were given away to

155 poor families who are daily-wage workers 

in Choppadandi constituency. It was a very organized event. 

 SOCIAL DISTANCING AND USE OF MASK BY

EVERY BENEFICIARY WAS EMPHASIZED THROUGHOUT 

 Relief Distribution at Gangadhar Village

 PHOTOFILE/7-5-2020: ALLER, TS

Today our Relief Team visited Aller. Our helpline had received a

call from a group of 30 helpless,  jobless young people

who eke a living by  painting buildings. We had the joy of

giving away rice, lentil and other essential supplies. 

Painters at Aller receive essential supplies

 

PHOTOFILE/13-5-2020: NAGOLE, HYDERABAD

AIM ASIA PROVIDES ESSENTIAL SUPPLIES TO TRANSGENGER COMMUNITY AT NAGOLE

REPORTFILE/13-5-2020: Today was a special day! Our Relief Team set up a distribution center for the transgender community at the premises of Rachakonda Police Commissioner's Camp office at Nagole. 

The renowned Police Commissioner Mr. Mahesh Bhagwat, IPS was the chief guest. 

The neediest group of 50 persons received essential supplies from AIM ASIA. The suppies included 10 items: rice, wheat flour, lentil, sugar, tamarind, onions, edible oil, salt, chilli powder and soap.

The transgender communisty is normally a friendly and smiling community despites many odds in life. But their smiles were broader today with these supplies in their hands.

Thankful to all the police personnel and the media who helped at the time of distribution. 

FOLLOWING IS A GLIMPSE INTO 

AIM ASIA RELIEF WORK

IN DIFFERENT STATES

 

PHOTOFILE/30-4-2020: Today AIM ASIA Supervisor Tuphan Biswas

distributed relief to 85 families at Amdanga, West Bengal.

These were daily wage workers. We responded to the request we received

from the village head, Bikash Dule of Chhota Sarenga Panchayat

through our supervisor. 

 COVID-19 RELIEF TO DAILY WAGE WORKERS IN WEST BENGAL

 

 PHOTOFILE/30-4-2020: Relief Distribution at Rayagada, Odisha

 

PHOTOFILE/30-4-2020: Relief Distribution at Nabarangpur, Odisha

 

 

PHOTOFILE/11-5-2020: COVID-19 RELIEF TO LEPROSY PATIENTS

AT NALGONDA

 PHOTOFILE/NAGALAND:MAY 15,2020 (BELOW)

 

 IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 CRISIS IN DIMAPUR, NAGALAND

 

EDUCATION TO THE POOR  

Journal Release: (from left) Dr. R. Jabez, Dr. Joab Lohara, Dr. D. Goodnight, Prof. B. Rajashekar, Prof. Rob McKenna & Prof. Joey Collins

INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE

We have just concluded an International Conference on Innovation and Sustainability of Small Businesses. Business professors and students from various colleges in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh participated.

Guests speakers were Prof. B. Rajashekar of Unversity of Hyderabad, Prof. Vedulla Shekhar of Osmania University, Prof. Rob McKenna and Prof. Joey Collins of Seattle Pacific University. A journal was release on the occasion. All papers presented at this two-day conference and approved by the panel found a place in this UGC approved Journal No:63796.

Students' presentation of business idea and new products were appealing. It was an exclusive show of talents. These products were judges by a panel of foreign business leaders led by Mr. David Goodnight. Bhavan's Vivekanand College walked away with first prize while St. Mary's College and Immanuel Business School were placed second and third respectively.

COME, CELEBRATE WITH US!

2019 is our 33rd anniversary year. We are indebted to you for your partnership. Many of you have shared our joys and sorrows, concerns and crises, through the years.  Now we invite you to celebrate with us the 33rd anniversary of our mission to the destitute.

Our year-long celebration that commenced in January will lead up to a Grand Finale in November 2019. Please mark your calendar.  We would love for you to be there!

We have printed a new brochure to update you on current happenings.  If you want to receive a hard copy, please let us know: aimasia1986@gmail.com

Gratefully,  

Dr. Joab Lohara  

    WE MAKE A DIFFERENCE! 

 

  

We, at AIM ASIA, do not talk about caring.

We care destitute children who come in our way.

We do not just talk about helping. We help

them to the best of our ability. 

 

We do not just talk about building broken lives.  We provide every possible care so a destitute child may receive education and move in to the mainstream of the society.

The hostels run by AIM ASIA have been shaping the future of thousands of destitute children. Sabir, Sunil, Balamani, Pramila, Kavitha, Smarty, Smily and hoards of other children are university graduates today because of our care.

 

Sabir is a finance analyst after his MBA, Sunil is a multimedia professional, Balamani is an engineer and Pramila is a staff nurse after her Bachelor of Nursing. Many of our children have made a space for themselves in government and corporate job.   

Our facilities may be limited and our resources scanty, but that does not stop us from taking one more child so we can make a difference in his/her life.  

 

To know how you may help a child in desperate need, please contact:

 

aimasia1986@gmail.com

Phone: +91-40-27175308

 

 

 

 

Sanghamitra from an obscure village in Odisha came to Immanuel Business School to do her MBA. She did not speak English well but had a good academic record. We engaged special teachers to teach English.

Her parents could not afford to pay for her education. IBS gave her a scholarship that was sufficient to cover the cost of her tuition, room and board.

Special English classes, interaction with co-students, academic lessons, exposure to corporate business, soft skill training, etc. prepared students like Sanghamitra to be what they are today.

Sanghamitra graduated from IBS with an MBA in marketing and now has a decent job in the port city of Visakhapatnam.

The very same thing can happen to anyone who has a desire to pursue higher education at IBS.

If you are just looking for a degree to be able to do the functions of a job, do not choose IBS. But if you want to be an employable graduate and contribute to the success of your employer organization, then join IBS. We will put through a gateway to the busines world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 IT IS ME, KAVITHA ON THE TRIKE!

 

Kavitha, 40, crawls - she cannot walk. Polio struck her in her childhood and

made both her legs immobile. Her mother is a leprosy patient. There is

no one to take care of her. She visits our Care Center every month for a

suppy of free grocery. That is how  her daily needs are met.  

 

When she receives a bag of rice, she cannot carry it home.  

She lives near our College campus in Solipet. We provided her

a trike recently. She can now ride the trike with a load

of rice on it.

 

Life became a lot easier for Kavitha with the gift of a trike.

She does not have to crawl on the dust hurting

her feet and making her saree dirty.

 

 

WATERING THE THIRSTY VILLAGE

We receive requests from several villages every month where people do not have access to safe drinking water. Depending on our resources, we provide Tube Well or a Well with a motor.  The well in the picture was given at village Belar in Chhatisgarh.

It has been our joy to see the joy on people's faces!

 

 

NEW CLOTHES AND SHOES TO

ORPHAN, DESTITUTE CHILDREN

 

  

 

 

   Hope sees the Impossible,  

Feels the tangible and  

Achieves the Impossible!

 

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