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T.V. Mohandas Pai is Member of the Board and Head-Administration, Education & Research, Human Resources Development and Infosys Leadership Institute. He joined Infosys in 1994 and has served as a Member of the Board since May 2000. In 2008, he voluntarily retired from the position of Chief Financial Officer to lead efforts in the areas of Human Resources and Education & Research. He is currently a member of the SEBI Accounting Standards Sub-committee and the Empowered committee for setting up the Tax information Network of the Government of India. He is also a Trustee of the International Accounting Standards Committee Foundation. He is also involved in Akshaya Patra Foundation, a project that provides mid-day meals to over 450,000 children across India and which aims to reach out to one million children. An alumnus of St. Joseph’s Indian High School, he holds a Bachelor’s degree in commerce from St. Joseph’s College of Commerce, Bangalore and a Bachelor’s degree in law from Bangalore University. He is a Fellow Chartered Accountant (FCA).
Born in KGF, Brig. Samuel studied at St. Joseph’s Indian High School, Bangalore. He graduated in Science from St. Joseph’s College, Bangalore in 1973. Until recently, he was the Commander, of the Karnataka & Kerala Sub Area. He was commissioned into the famous Maratha Light Infantry Regiment in 1975 from the Officers Training Academy, Chennai. He is a graduate of the Defence Services Staff College and was awarded the Sena Medal during the Kargil war for exceptional devotion to duty in 1999. A keen sportsman, he has excelled in Cricket, Hockey & Athletics in School & College and had represented the Bangalore University in Hockey in 1972-73. Here’s our tribute to those thousands who defend our country.
Meet Ashish Ballal, India's ace hockey goalkeeper who has done St. Joseph’s Indian High School proud. He is an Arjuna Awardee in 1996, Bangkok Asian Games Gold Medalist in 1998 and a silver medalist in the 1994 Asian Games held at Hiroshima, Japan. He was a member of the Indian team at the Barcelona Olympic Games held in 1992 and Captain of the Indian Airlines Hockey Team. For this six-foot-two tall goalkeeper, hockey is a passion. He wants to give back to Indian hockey what he himself received. He has teamed up with others like Dhanraj Pillai to start the Dhanraj-Ashish Hockey Academy which was launched simultaneously in Mumbai and Bangalore. Boys in the 10-14 years age group are recruited and trained. Thanks to persons like Ashish, Indian Hockey has a bright future.
“Bhat is Champ”, said one newspaper when Arvind Bhat won the men’s national Badminton tile at Indore in February 2009. He won quite a few international titles and was a member of the Indian Thomas Cup squad. Until recently he was ranked 27th in the world. This recent national win will certainly give him a big boost to go up much higher. Hardly a few days after his Indian triumph, Arvind has left for Germany to take part in some tournaments there.

In his school years at St. Joseph’s Indian Middle and High School, Bhat was seen leaving class, racquet in hand, every day to rush for practices at the courts of the club he was attached to. However, interested as he was in mechanical engineering, Bhat was more focused on academics. Though a late beginner, he has caught up and has risen to become the National Champion. Sheer grit and hard work has brought him glory. A member of the Tata Padukone Badminton Academy in Bangalore, he was the National men’s singles finalist in 2002, 2004, 2006 and 2008. Though the winner’s spot always eluded him, he stuck on with dogged determination. He acknowledges his indebtedness to the legendary Prakash Padukone. Though 29 now, Bhat dreams of winning an Olympic medal.

“There are a whole lot of youngsters who are hungry for success and have the ability to raise their level to beat us,” says Arvind. Hope there will be some more youngsters from St. Joseph’s Indian High School to step into that group.

Josephites of the St. Joseph’s Indian Institutions can also be proud to meet another alumnus, Mr. M. Lakshminarayan. He is the former Joint Managing Director, Bosch (Mico) Ltd., a premier industry in the field of single cylinder pumps, elements and feed pumps and the production of smaller items connected with the Automobile industry like spark plugs etc. The company has also involved itself in improving the environment that we live in.
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