St. Peter’s College, Agra, founded in 1846, is an unaided Christian Minority Institution owned by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Agra education society, Wazirpura, Road, Agra, a Registered Charitable and Educational Society and is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate...
About Friends of St. Peter's (FOSP)

For the past 171 years, St. Peter’s has existed on the educational map of the Country, witnessing many historic events and changes that have taken place from time to time. The journey of 171 years has been a long one. Thus St. Peter’s has not only lived with history but it has made history of sorts.

The seed sown in 1846 has grown and groomed into a tree which bears fruits every year and these fruits travel across the globe as our alumni, thus spreading love and cultivating the values their Alma Mater has imbibed in them. The flavour, moral values and the nostalgia binds them to the foundations and carries with them from the roots to all the paths they travel.

The alumni of St. Peter’s are spread across the length and breadth of the Country and overseas. They have reached higher echelons of society and have adorned responsible as well as difficult positions. Wherever they have been, they have lived up to the motto of the College, Palma Non Sine Pulvere, ie. no victory without struggle (no reward without efforts).

I write this note to inform you about the formation of Friends Of St. Peter’s (FOSP), which will help the alumni to maintain a good rapport with their Alma Mater. In addition to this, it will also act as a link between the ex-students and the College.

Friends of St. Peter’s shall offer our former students a platform to network among themselves, co-ordinate and share ideas for the uplift of St. Peter’s, providing a global exposure to its present students and a world-wide, universal recognition of the Institution.

Let us all work in tandem and contribute our mite to make St. Peter’s a world-class institution. We look forward to your response in this regards at the earliest.

Rev. Fr. Paul Thannickal
St. Peter’s College