St. Joseph's College Nainital was built up in 1888. The site was the area of a theological school, run by the Italian Capuchin Fathers. The theological college later returned as a Catholic school for young men: St. Joseph's College. The school is still alluded to as "SEM" (for Seminary). In 1892 four Christian Brothers took formal charge of St. Joseph's College and consequently started the association of the Christian Brothers in the running of the school. St. Joseph's College is one of the 20 instructive foundations in India directed by the Congregation of Christian Brothers, an ecclesiastical organization, established in Ireland in 1802 by Edmund Ignatius Rice, a well off Catholic layman, who was exalted in 1996.
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