Covid 19 Response @ De Paul

Principal

Rev. Dr Baiju Antony CM

Principal's Message

Warm Greetings from De Paul College, Mysore!
Education is an enlightening, empowering and emerging process. Every individual seeks knowledge and acquires skills to be enlightened and to attain fulfilment in life. Here, at De Paul College, we enable our students to discover themselves and strive to empower them for a healthy life and successful career.

Efficiency and efficacy are pivotal to the extra-curricular programmes at De Paul. Student-centred associations and forums are unique to the learning experience and are thoughtfully integrated into the educational culture of the institution. These platforms promote student engagement, and facilitate the wellbeing and the flourishing of the Depaulians. De Paul assures our students a multi-cultural educational setting with students from different cultures and backgrounds enriching the campus environment and life. All these aspects of the college enable the Depaulians to live in a global society.

The enchanting natural harmonies and the serene ambience of the campus provide the students a healthy and reflective mood for learning. On behalf of the De Paul family, I cordially welcome you all to this promised-land to live, learn and grow together.

God bless you all!

Academic Profile

  • MA: Political Science (2001-2003, Karnataka State Open University, Mysore.
  • MA: Arts (2004-2006, St. Johns University, New York, USA).
  • MS: Educational Administration (2006-2008, St. Johns University, New York, USA).
  • PhD: Higher Education Leadership Management and Policy (2008-2013 Seton Hall University, USA).

Professional Profile

  • Director of Training: 1999-2004 De Paul Seminary, Mysore, India.
  • Administrator/Chaplain: 2006-2008; 2010-2013 St. Johns University, New York, USA.
  • Principal: 2013-2018 De Paul College, Mysore, India.
  • Director: 2018-2021 Daughters of Charity, Bangalore, India.
  • Principal: 2021- De Paul College, Mysore, India.

Professional Associations

  • Member : Comparative and International Education Society, North America (CIES)
  • Life Member : Association of International Researchers of Indian Origin, New York (AIRIO)
  • Life Member : Comparative Educational Society of India (CESI)

Publication

  • Eldho Mathews, Baiju A. Chittuparamban, Sharvani Joshi, Payal Dey, Engaging the Corporate Sector: Narayana Murthy Committee Recommendations on Higher Education, Economic & Political Weekly, July 20, 2013.
  • Eldho Mathews, Baiju A. Chittuparamban, Sharvani Joshi, Engaging the Corporate Sector: Narayana Murthy Committee Recommendations on Higher Education, Journal of Social Discourse, July 20, 2013.

Conferences

Baiju A. Chittuparamban, Covid-19 and E-Commerce: Extend of impact on MSMEs, International Conference, Gurudev Arts & Science College, Kannur, Kerala, October 23 – 25, 2021.

Baiju A. Chittuparamban, Self-governing and Self-managing networks and Private higher education in India: An analysis from the perspective of Postcolonial theory, National University of Educational Planning and Administration, New Delhi, January 27-29, 2011.

Baiju A. Chittuparamban, Public Policy and Organizational responses of private professional colleges in Kerala (India), Comparative and International Education Society, New Orleans, USA, March 11-15, 2013.

Baiju A. Chittuparamban, State regulation of private professional colleges and management responses: A case study. Comparative Educational Society of India, ISI Kolkata, December 28-30, 2013.

Baiju A. Chittuparamban and Matthew A. Witenstein, Mobility and career decisions of Indian international graduate students in the US universities. Comparative and International Education Society, San Juan, Puerto Rico, April, 2012.

Baiju A. Chittuparamban and Matthew A. Witenstein, Mobility and career decisions of Indian international graduate students in the US universities. Comparative and International Education Society, New Orleans, USA, March 11-15, 2013.