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pin   About AIACHE

The All India Association for Christian Higher Education (AIACHE) is a professional Association of above 500 Christian higher education institutions in India. It stands for character formation, value inculcation and co-operative skill training for a better altruistic society. Founded in 1967, AIACHE is a voluntary organization registered under the Societies Registration Act (1860).

AIACHE was founded at a historic meeting of the Principals of Christian colleges held at Madras Christian College, Tambaram, in January, 1967. Among its founding leaders were Rev. Fr. T.A. Mathias, Dr. Chandran Devanesan, Dr. Richard Dickinson, Dr. P.T. Chandy, Bishop Paulose Mar Gregorios and Archbishop Angelo Fernandes.

aiache founder

Fr. Theo Mathias


Sr. Karuna Mary Braganza


Prof. Marie Correa


Dr.Mani Jacob

The Christian service of education as a process of information for the formation and transformation, inspired by a vision of human kind and the rest of the creation and its destiny drawn from the life and salvific mission of Jesus Christ. The vision gives Christian institutions a recognizable character and sets before their managements, staff, students, parents and the community, high ideals of life and service which will inspire them continuously to strive to meet emerging needs and challenges. Moved by this vision, the Christian Churches in India have been active in the field of education, serving the nation in the context of its plurality of religions and diversity of cultures and languages. The Christian colleges aim at an integral and personalized education of the youth. They strive to produce intellectually competent, morally upright, socially committed, spiritually inspired citizens in the service of India and the world of today and tomorrow.