In order to transform the world, Dr. Saji K Lukos established Mission India Theological Seminary which is a centre to train men and women. They are matured to become Christ and then they are sent into communities to plant churches. The vision of Dr. Saji K Lukos realized with an initiation of a church hall in Nagpur in the year 1996. It began with only 7 truly dedicated students. But further, as the number of students increased, they started realizing the core mission which was to instruct men and women in such as way so as to make them capable enough to present expertise in spiritual, academics knowledge. This is done by proffering theological, biblical and contextual education. The main aim behind spreading this knowledge is to make Gospel recognized in communities of India and outside as well.

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Founded In



Rev. Saji K Lukos  

Accredited by

Asia Theological Association


Mission India Theological Association, Mission India Campus, Khadgaon, Kalambi Post, Kalmeshwar, Tehsil, Nagpur District-441201, Maharashtra

Nearest Metropolitan City


Why to Join Mission India Theological Seminary:

  • Best in class multi-speciality hospital: It was the dream of Rev. Saji Lukos and now it is realized. Seeking for an environment which is filled with care, love and compassion, lead to establishment of this multi-speciality hospital which is truly dedicated to satisfy the needs and requirements of every individual patient in a praiseworthy manner.
  • State-of-the-art conference facility: The auditorium of Mission India Theological Seminary can host 1500-2000 people at a time. Along with that, there is a cafeteria having capacity to serve 600-1000 people at a time. This service is provided for meetings, business conferences, events and much more. In order to avoid any kind of hassle caused due to power-cut, there is a generator backing up in situations of power-cut.
  • Customized training of technical programs: The seminary provides training of technical programs enabling people to earn their livelihood in a respectable way. These programs include tailoring, computer education, mobile reparation training, and training to repair of electrical appliances.