ASHA's focuses on the ex-students of SHCS, the School and the surrounding community

Welcome to ASHA!

Association of Sacred Heart Alumni was established in 1995. That was the year Sacred Heart Convent School, Jamshedpur, was celebrating Golden Jubilee. It was started by Sister Flavian, the then Principal of the School, with the objective of bringing together the ex-students of this half a century old School.

The founding President was Mrs. Daisy Irani, wife of the then Managing Director of Tata Steel, Dr. Jamshed J. Irani. The Association was welcomed with great enthusiasm among the old students of Sacred Heart Convent School settled in Jamshedpur and since then has gradually grown.

Today it affairs are managed by an Executive Committee with an annual calendar of events. Besides networking old students, ASHA has moved on to helping the School, its students and the surrounding community.

An Integrated and Psychodynamic Process to Counselling Skills


ASHA has plans of having a series of Training on Psycho-dynamic Approach to Counselling Skills, an in-depth learning going from one level to the next. This time we had invited those with positive traits of Counselling from the previous Screening Tests. Those who responded took the next level of training. Read more

Workshop for Budding Writers


ASHA conducted a Writers' Workshop by Jane D'Souza for budding writers on 13th May at the Centre for Excellence. Her workshop was aimed to help budding writers, both young and old. The interactive session covered the following: Read more

Secretary’s Report: Activities of ASHA – 2015


Counselling Centre of Association of Sacred Heart Alumni (ASHA) offers professional help to students who remain disturbed and high strung due to various problems in varied life situations. This Centre guides and counsels the youngsters helping in optimum achievement and adequate adjustment in their lives. Read more

ASHA Activities 2016


Udaan 2016

An inter school competition for the students of Hindi Project Schools conducted on 20th August, 2016, Saturday at 9.00 am in SHCS Primary Hall wherein twelve schools participated. The events included singing, dancing, mehendi designing, poster making etc. Read more