UKG Admission 2018–2019
- The following candidates have been provisionally selected for UKG for the academic year 2018-2019.
- A candidate will be given admission provided:
- There is no discrepancy in the date of birth given.
- Parents are requested to kindly come on time, along with the candidate, for an interactive session with the Principal as per the date and time specified below.
- Kindly bring the original date of birth certificate and other related documents like hospital discharge slip, immunisation card etc. for verification.
- The details of the dates for admission, fee structure, uniform, books etc will be given to the parents after the interaction with the Principal.
- There Will Be No Second List.
Fr Pius Fernandes S.J.
The Gerald Durrell Corner, Knowledge Centre
Loyola again took a path less traveled.
It has honoured a renowned environmentalist and an author, Gerald Durrell. “My Family and Other Animals’ is the most famous of his 37 books. It was even prescribed for Senior Cambridge literature.
Loyola is the only Gerald Durrell Centre in India. It has been set up with the objective of creating an awareness towards sensitizing students on the delicate environment. Loyola Durrell Centre, which has 27 titles is probably one of the fewer schools that own so many titles, some of them out of print. We have movies and also documentaries on how to save creatures on the verge of extinction.
Greetings on the occasion of the spiritual and joyful festive season to one and all!
You have been kept abreast of the happenings in our school through my occasional ‘letter to the parents’ as well as through the local newspapers. The joy, enthusiasm and appreciation that you have shared with us on the occasion of the inauguration of our Fasy auditorium were a great source of encouragement to each one of us. The little ones in our Junior Section have a beautiful children’s park to play and enjoy themselves. Our students have been bringing laurels and accolades to our school by their stellar performances in various competitions in local, regional and national levels. Probably this is the first time that our school reached the national finals of the Frank Anthony Debate competition in both Junior and Senior Categories and won third and second prizes respectively. This year too Loyola has been ranked number one in the whole of Jharkhand, but we have miles to go before we wrest the same in the national level.
Frank Anthony All India Inter School Debate Competition
On the 24th of September, 2015, the Council for Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) had organized the National Finals of the prestigious Frank Anthony Memorial All-India Inter School Debate Competition. The debate was held in Carman School, Dehradun. This debate, which is held every year, is conducted in 3 rounds – the Preliminary Regional round, followed by the Zonal and finally the Nationals. There are two categories – Category I for seniors and Category II for the juniors. This year, Loyola School managed to reach and National Finals in both the categories and secure the 1st Runners-Up and the 2nd Runners-Up position in Categories I and II respectively.
Events and Competitions: Monsoon 2015
The Frank Anthony Memorial All India Inter School Debate
Loyola proved its mettle once again as it won the Stage - II of the prestigious Frank Anthony Memorial All India Inter School Debate Competition in both the Senior and Junior categories - thereby qualifying for the national finals to be held in Carman Residential and Day School, Dehradun on the 24th of September.
We were represented by Ritwik Mehta (XII) and Muskan Mascharak (XI) in Category-I which was for the seniors. The competition was held at KSMS, Sakchi and the topic given to them was - ‘The purpose of society has lost its significance.’ A total of 8 schools from 5 states had participated out of which Loyola was declared the best team. Ritwik Mehta was also awarded the 1st Runners-Up Speaker Position.