INFRASTRUCTURE OF SJEI
The Institution has around 2000 students and 50 well-qualified teaching faculty and 22 non-teaching faculties. Managed centrally by M DES. Locally by the Correspondent and Manager of St. John’s Educational Institution by assuming the seat of the Parish Priest of St. Joseph’s Church, Mandya automatically assumes the position of the correspondent and Manager of St. John’s Educational Institutions.
St. John’s Educational Institutions offer P. U. College, High School, Higher Primary, Lower Primary, Nursery, and Montessori education and we have four combinations in our college, namely PCMB; PCMC; HEBA and EBACs.
St. John’s Educational Institutions’ campus is spread over 8 acres in the central part of Mandya City. The campus is located on the extension of Bangalore-Mysore Highway. It is also placed close to the famous Sugar Factory in the State of Karnataka. St. John’s Educational Institutions opened an eco-friendly campus spread over 8 acres at Bangalore – Mysore highway which houses the faculty of PU College, High School, Higher Primary, Lower Primary and Montessori with a huge playground.
SJEI’s faculty are fully committed to imparting education, and students have the benefit of their expertise and knowledge every single day, right through the year. St. John’s Educational Institution of Higher Education is an equal opportunity employer, and that attracts the best teaching talent within the city.
The Computer lab is one of its best in nature. We want to make the students equipped with technical knowledge. Hence, we want to provide a computer for every student to practice in the lab. We have set a lab with this thought in mind. The students have already profited by this facility in the past years.
We also have a best and well-equipped Biology, Chemistry and Physics labs.
There is a centralized library on the campus. This is the knowledge center which is placed on the first floor of the main building. A separate full-time librarian is appointed to manage the activities in the library, also CCTV cameras are used to ensure the security of the library and its users.