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Jamshedpur despite a number of good schools and a large population of students willing to pursue graduation lacks a good university. Many students have to find their way to other cities, usually in other states far away from home, to pursue their academic dreams. This is specially true for Loyoleans. 

Heritage pride for masses, one for every month of 2012

Jamshedpur is relitively a new city established just a 100 years ago, yet it has few buildings of heritage and architechural value. Ronald D'Costa, '64, with the help of a few students from the School and the Rotary Club of Jamshedpur put together a beautiful calendar pictures of a few such buildings of note from the steel city.

The calendar was launched on April 24, 2012, at the Beldih Club. It was covered by The Jamshedpur Telegraph in this story.

The Loyola Alumni Association (LAA) has been running uninterrupted free weekly clinic for the poor and needy since 1987. On July 4, 2012, LAA SFC completed 25 years of uninterrupted service. This milestone achievement was commemorated with an annual medical camp for Loyola Project School, a school for under privileged children. The camp was held over two days on 18th July & 25th July 2012.

The coverage in The Jamshedpur Telegraph.

What makes the Loyola Alumni Association unique is that its members are not just Corporate Czars ready to write out fat  cheques for their alma mater in a bid to pay off their debt to the institution that nurtured them.  LAA has always come up with  initiatives that are zara hat ke

Loyola Alumni Associations is one of the founding members of the Jesuit Alumni Associations of India (JAAI). We hosted the fourth National Congress of JAAI on October 29-31, 2004, the first in this zone. It was the most well attended JAAI National Congress of all time. The Jamshedpur Telegraph announces the upcoming Congress in this article.