About St. John’s Campus

The campus is located at the village of Neerpair, Tamilnadu, India (110km south of Chennai, 16km south of Maduranthakam).

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    Annamalai.I said,

    Hi all,
    This is Annamalai from chennai. I also a kid of Arulappa Hr school.Really I should proud to had education in that Home.Now I am working in Adventnet developing center for WEBNMS product. I am very happy to see this site.
    I really bow my school father Jn suresh. Because He only had a lot of Enthusiastic energy to take on up our school. And really he is smart and handsome and thinkable one.And He is one of the singular in Arulappa school fathers list. He did so much for that.How can I say that.
    Ohhh!! I forget to tell more about my self. I am also from middle class family. My Native is Amandhankarunai.It is 50 minits away from School. I was coming to school by my by-cycle.And nothing to say more about my self. Because I am also average one in my class.
    Thanks to manufactured this site to your all.Thanks A lot.

    Thank and regards,
    Annamalai.I

    • 2

      stjohncampus said,

      Thank you, Annamalai!
      I appreciate very much your very positive statement.
      Regards
      J. Mispagel

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    sunile maes said,

    Dear everybody,

    Ik has been a long time since I’ve left Neerpair (december 2008). But you are all still on my mind. Maybe you don’t remember me? I have visited your place in november_december 2008. I was a host of fr. Suresh.

    I hope that you are doing well? What are you doing?
    I read that fr. Suresh has left his Sacred heart Mission? Where is he now?

    I am still the same, I hope so!! Life goes on here in Belgium. I’ve finished my course (‘intercultural management). Now I’m studying something small within psychology. I’m still working in the employment service and I live by my own in a cosy appartement in the nord of Belgium.

    My best regards to all of you and especially to fr. Suresh, Silvi, Josephin, Nandhini, fr. Raymon, Francis, Lucas, Arikuma, Veda, and the boys of Porur…

    Greetings,
    Sunile


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