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Fr. Victor Misquith, SJ

Dear Parents,

The calendar year is drawing to a close and we thank the Almighty for the wonderful year that has gone by. At Loyola it has been a very eventful year. In keeping with our practice of providing opportunities for all round development of our students, we have had a number of activities during the course of the year.

Dear Parents,

At Loyola we believe that Change is the Only Constant. We are continuously trying to re-invent ourselves and introduce new ideas, policies and projects in an attempt to keep pace with the fast changing world. We are proud to share some of the initiatives taken in the recent past.

  • Based on the feed back received from some parents that there is a need for more interaction between the Principal/teachers and the parents, we have initiated  Parent/Principal meetings.  During the last few weeks, we have had these meetings for various classes where the parents have had an opportunity to interact with the Principal, class teachers and the subject teachers. We have had a very positive response to these meetings. More such meetings for the other classes have been scheduled for the coming months.

Dear Parents,

Once again, I would like to caution you against private tuitions for your children. Your child can certainly do well academically with a little more support and co-operation from you. However, no student is allowed to take private tuition from his/her subject teacher, not even from a teacher of another section teaching the same subject. I am sincerely looking forward to your co-operation in this matter.

Fr. Victor Misquith

Dear Parents,

As another academic year draws to a close, we thank the Almighty for all the happy times and have drawn strength from him during troubled times. The Final exams are drawing near and it is time the children got down to serious studies.

In a school like ours the need for continuous improvement and innovation in knowledge disbursement needs hardly be emphasized. As the children conquer peak after challenging peak of success we deem it our duty to provide them with all the support in the form of state of the art infrastructure, providing them with challenging opportunities to test their mettle, and last but not the least, the required guidance and motivation in the form of reward and recognition. We hope the children will make optimum use of the facilities provided to them.

Knowledge Centre

The Knowledge Centre, the new library block, was inaugurated by Mr. H M Nerurkar, MD Tata Steel, on 19th August, 2010. Besides the senior school library, it will also house Language Labs, AV Rooms and a Multimedia (computers) Centre. The basement is a car park for the faculty.

Below is the transcript of the Welcome Address presented by Fr. Victor Misquith, Principal, and the Vote of Thanks by Fr. E A Augustine, Rector.