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Address : New Chumta P.O. Via Sukna – Darjeeling, West Bengal 734225

Major Intervention
• High School
• National Institute Open Schooling (NIOS)
• Boarding
• Coaching
• Women and youth groups

Who we are

We FMA, with Mary, transformed by the Word of God, living our consecrated life passionately like DB and MM broadening our horizons become missionaries of hope and joy with the young and for the young especially those in the periphery.

What we do
The FMA Calcutta reaches out to thousands of boys and girls, children and women in the Auxilium convent Schools and other promotional centres spread over the states of West Bengal, New Delhi, UttarPradesh, Jharkhand, Chattisgarh, Sikkim, and the neighbouring country of Nepal. Our educative and promotive mission invites children young girls and women to lead lives of dignity and honor through various humanitarian services, such as:

• After-school care and various free-time activities
• Centres for the advancement of women
• Health education and nutrition
• Literacy courses
• Parish ministry and catechesis
• Promotional centres
• Schools of every kind and level
• Shelters for young girls and women at risk
• Student hostels
• Summer camps and programs
• Youth ministry

The latest in the social ministry records a unique program for the non schooling and marginalized children of the neighborhood to ensure the Right to Education for all children of locality with the scope to reach them to the zenith of dignity of human life.

Today the Salesian Sisters serve the young in 134 countries
• 1890 Orphanages, street children & other such programs
• 220 Hospitals & clinics
• 3150 schools
• 650 professional, Industrial Trades & agricultural schools
• 860 Nursery and Day Care Centers

And the story goes on...

Brief History
The Bishop of Darjeeling, Rt Rev Eric Benjamin requested the presence of the Salesian Sisters in the Diocese of Darjeeling and was ready to donate three acres of land at New Chumta, for the construction of the Convent, a School and a Dispensary. It was the long cherished desire of His Lordship Rt Rev Eric Benjamin to have the Salesian Sisters in his diocese and it was fulfilled with prayer and consultation. Our Superiors accepted the invitation and request of the Bishop on 31 May 1983, when the sisters first came to set up the convent.