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The civil district of Guntur was created in 1904. On 13th February 1940 the Holy See (pope in Rome) erected the indigenous Diocese of Guntur co-extensive with the then civil District of Guntur. The diocese of Guntur registered the society as “The Diocese of Guntur society” under certificate of Registrations of Societies Act 1860 (Act No. XXI of 1860) on twenty eight day of October one thousand nine hundred and forty.

The Diocese of Guntur is unique in its importance in the whole of Andhra for its century’s Old Catholic Christians, for the numerous Priestly and Religious Vocations, for the generosity and enterprising nature of the people etc.
icon The objects for which the society is established are
The promotion of the Catholic Religion
The promotion of literature and science and the diffusion of useful knowledge.
Charitable purposes
The promotion of Technical, Medical and Science Education and Employment.
To uplift the Community in Education and Employment.
The Bishop of GunturMost Rev. Dr. Gali Bali is the President of the society. He was ordained Bishop on 23rd October 1984 at Guntur. He is a towering personality and an able administrator. He has a vision, a plan and priorities for the all round and integral development of the society. The Bishop celebrates Episcopal Silver Jubilee of his consecration in 2009.
icon Our Educational Institutions under the Society
No. of Elementary Schools 100
No. of Upper Primary Schools 06
Number of Telugu Medium High Schools 14
No. of English Medium Schools 04
No. of Community Colleges 01
No. of Junior Colleges 02
No. of Degree Colleges 01
No. of B.Ed./D.Ed. Colleges 01
No. of MBA/MCA Colleges 01
No. of Engineering Colleges 01
No. of Pharmacy Colleges 01
Total 132
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