The Vincentian Society (VS) was established in the year 1833 by the Southern Province of the Congregation of the Mission with an aim to render service in the field of quality education with a secular outlook. Over the years, Vincentian Society has been achieving this aim through its various educational institutions in South India.
The society has been able to touch lives and transform them into noticeable and responsible global citizens besides many progressive and developmental activities initiated by it in the field of education with its dedicated service both in the rural and urban areas of India. The alumni of the various educational institutions have upheld Vincentian values while being in their own roles in different capacities to serve the communities in different parts of the world.
The society is now led by the Provincial Superior of the South Province of the Congregation of the Mission, Rev. Fr. Tomichan Mattathiveliyil, CM.
Our mission is to cater to the intellectual, moral, spiritual, human and emotional formation of our students by inculcating and promoting a sound system of quality and relevant education oriented towards character formation, spiritual transformation, and national integration and nation building which at the same time serves as a tool for the socio-cultural and economic development of persons, communities and of the nation as a whole.
As disciples of Christ, the Evangelizer of the poor, who proclaimed the Kingdom of God and made its values of justice, peace and love a reality in the lives of the poor, we, the Vincentians envisage through our educational endeavors a transformed society of enlightened individuals living in an ambiance of peace, harmony and mutual respect, irrespective of caste, creed, color and region.