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Mr. Nerurkar breaking ground

Loyola School has never stayed back in promoting new avenues for the all round development of its students. An important feature of the school’s facilities is the Fasy Auditorium. The auditorium, named after one of the founders of the school, Fr. Carrol Fasy, has seen generations of Loyoleans take centre stage and prove their mettle. The auditorium, a legend in itself has been home to an array of events showcasing the best talents from not only Loyola, but also the country. To keep up with the increasing demands for conducting large scale events, the idea of a new and larger auditorium was conceived. 

Tamanna 2012

This year, the Entertainment Club of Loyola School organized their annual concert, Tamanna, in grand fashion. This, being the 5th edition of Tamanna, like every year focused on a social issue: eye donation. The Entertainment Club teamed up with the National Association for the Blind to come up with this splendid effort which showcased our school students along with the blind students in performances which were highly praised by all. 

British Council Connecting Classrooms

Jayanthi Sheshadri, Office-in-Charge, was nominated for the Professional Development Training, Assessment and Validation Workshop which was organized by the British Council and the Development Education Research Centre, at Uplands House at High Wycombe, London, from the 18th to 20th November, 2012.

The annual IT Quiz – Etrix was organized by the Computer Club of Loyola School under the leadership of Mr. Nilabja Sarkar (Moderator & Event Manager, Computer Club, Loyola School) today on the 5th of December at XLRI, Tata Auditorium. It is the biggest IT event in Eastern India and the first of its kind in Jamshedpur.

Jayanthi Sheshadiri

Loyola is proud of Jayanthi Sheshadri for being one of the four people to represent India at the Global Professional Development Master Trainers’ Validation event to be conducted by The British Council from 17th November 2012 to 21st November 2012.


Fr. Victor Misquith, S.J.