Fr. Karikkakunnel Fenil   CMI



Fr. Chundattu Sony  CMI

Two farmlands were purchased at Kengeri Hobli, Bangalore South Taluk, one in 1962 and the other in 1964. It is with the aim of developing a model dairy farm providing training facilities in dairy farming and agriculture for the students of Dharmaram College, and to undertake social service activities. The dairy farms are also a source of income to meet the day-to-day expenses of the College. Over the years these two sites were developed into farms and were named St. Mary’s and Devadan.

St. Mary’s Farm is situated in Gonipura Village and in Kumbalgodu-Gollahally Village, Kengeri Hobli, Bangalore South Taluk. The main crops are coconut, ragi, plantain, etc. It has a well-developed dairy farm. Devadan Farm extends with coconut trees, fodder grass, mango groves and other fruit trees. The property is situated along the main road of Bangalore-Mysore state highway. At present, Christ PU Residential College for Boys and Christ College of Technology of Management function are in this site.


St. Mary's Farm : 080-28437228

Devadan Farm : 080-28437915