WELCOME TO SFS COLLEGE, AALO

Saint Francis de sales College (SFSC), Aalo, established in the year 2007 is administered and managed by the MSFS Fathers also known as the Fransalians, who are called to be enlightened guides of their students. The MSFS Fathers have more 170 years of experience and expertise in imparting quality higher education all over the world. S F S College is an Institution with a secular outlook. It admits students from all walks of life, irrespective of caste, creed, religion, tribe and language to be part of this institute of Higher learning.

It is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi Central University, Itanagar. It was established with the motto "LIGHT TO ENLIGHTEN". The MSFS Fathers are systematically, definitely and purposively committed to forming the present generation for the future through more than 100 quality Educational Institutions in India. SFS College, Aalo, meets fittingly and fully all the educational institutional requirements of the students of this hilly, enchanting and beautiful "land of the dawn lit mountains".



Prospective Research Areas in the Literary Zone organized by the Depart. of English.

start 16 July 2020 onwards

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NOTICE
 
One Day Webniar on Mental Health and Wellbeing  

Up coming event - One Day Webniar on Mental Health and Wellbeing by the Dept. of Sociology

 Published on  09 NOV 2020

 
  

One Day webinar on Application of GIS in Disaster Mitigation

 Published on  10 OCT 2020

 

Online class for 3rd and 5th Semester students will begin from 14th Sept onwards.

 Published on  12 SEP 2020

 
  

RGU Notification

 Published on  05 SEP 2020

 
  

RGU Notification

 Published on  26 AUG 2020

 
  

RGU Notification

 Published on  26 AUG 2020

 
  

Notice to Students

 Published on  26 AUG 2020

 
  

Notice to Students

 Published on  26 AUG 2020

 
  

RGU Notification

 Published on  26 AUG 2020

 
  

Notice to Students

 Published on  08 JUL 2020

 
  

RGU Notification dated 3rd July 2020- 1

 Published on  08 JUL 2020

 
  

RGU notification dated 3rd July 2020-2

 Published on  08 JUL 2020

 
  

RGU Revised Notification dated 6th July 2020

 Published on  08 JUL 2020

 
  

RGU - SOM for online exam - dated 6th July 2020

 Published on  08 JUL 2020

 
  

SFS College Alumni Forum undertakes Covid -19 Relief activities

 Published on  05 MAY 2020

 
  

Mid Sem Exam Routine- 2020

 Published on  19 MAR 2020

 

National Seminar scheduled for the 21st of March 2020 has been rescheduled to 18th April 2020.

 Published on  18 MAR 2020

 
General Notice   

General Notice

 Published on  18 MAR 2020

 
An important announcment regarding NAAC Student Survey

Dear students, Since NAAC Student Satisfaction Survey is going on, so I request you all to kindly check your mail and respond to the survey, and if you are having any kind of doubt please inform your respective class teacher or report to Utpal Sir (Office Secy.).

 Published on  03 MAR 2020 02:53:24 PM

 
Certificate courses

Certificate courses being offered for the even semester 2020- Computer, Graphic Design, Floral Decoration and German language are going

 Published on  22 FEB 2020

 
Re-opening of classes

Regular classes will begin from 22nd of January, 2020

 Published on  20 JAN 2020

 
Re-admission

Re-admission for the 2nd, 4th and 6th semester is going on.

 Published on  16 JAN 2020 11:01:11 AM

 
Last working date of the semester - 19th Dec 2019

Winter break for staff - from 20th Dec 2019- 15th Jan 2020

 Published on  12 DEC 2019 10:12:07 AM

 
Holiday

tomorrow is a non-teaching day for the staff.

 Published on  24 SEP 2019 02:07:54 PM

UPCOMING EVENTS

17

NOV

Online National Workshop by Department of English

The Department of English, SFSC, Aalo is organizing a two days Online National Workshop on the Topic "PROSPECTIVE RESEARCH AREA IN LITERARY FIELD" on 20th and 21st of November, 2020.

09

NOV

One Day webinar by the Dept of Sociology

Department of Sociology is going to conduct a National Workshop on "Mental Health" on 13th November, 2020.

02

NOV

History National Seminar

Department of History is organising a National Seminar on the Theme "Gender Issues in North-East India Challenges and Opportunities" on 6th of November 2020.

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