Managing Committee 2019 - 20


In 2018, the Old Boys' Association of St. Joseph’s Boys' High School, fondly referred to as the ‘OBA’, completed 100 years of its existence. From a humble beginning in 1918, the OBA has grown into a mammoth organization with representation all over the world. Over the years, chapters have existed at places as varied as Rangoon, Kenya, Dar-es-Salaam, UK, Australia, New Zealand and Chennai. Currently, chapters are alive in the Middle East, North America, UK and closer home at Coorg, Goa, Kerala, Mangalore and North India. In many other parts of the world, although there exist no formal chapters, groups of Old Boys regularly gather and share their experiences.

Constituted with the objective of "bringing into closer union and friendship all former pupils of SJBHS and to promote any other object of general interest and usefulness", the OBA has, over the years, tirelessly supported several causes - from student opportunities to support for retired teachers and has also significantly contributed to the upgradation of the school.

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