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Loyola School crest

This is the crest of Loyola School, Jamshedpur. The “chakra” or wheel on the left hand corner is found in the centre of lndia’s Tri-colour and stands for progress.

The symbol on the right is the LOGO of the Society of Jesus - the Jesuits - which gives the universal trait of the Jesuits - being all things to all people.

The Symbol in the bottom left corner is a ladle from Tata Steel's blast furnace in Jamshedpur and signifies that the school is located in lndia’s Steel City.

The symbol in the right hand corner of two wolves drinking out of a cauldron is taken from the coat of arms to be found in the Castle of Loyola, Spain, the birth place of Ignatius of Loyola, the Founder of the Jesuits.