Known as a college with a difference, Loyola College of Social Sciences was established at Thiruvananthapuram by Jesuits, a global missionary network committed to excellence in education with social justice. Affiliated to the University of Kerala, the College offers post graduate programmes in Sociology, Social Work,Human Resource Management and Counselling Psychology and is a recognised research centre for Doctoral Study in social science. A full-fledged extension wing, Loyola Extension Services, is a unique feature of the College. True to the Jesuit tradition of Magis, Loyola College of Social Sciences strives to extend the benefits of higher education to people, especially the vulnerable and the marginalised.
MSW & MAHRM Entrance on 17th, June 2014 at 9am
Group Discussion & Personal Interview on 18th & 19th, June 2014
Retirement of Mr. Paul P. G, Head Accountant 31st May 2014
College re-opening on 2nd June 2014
Re-launching of the college webiste on 5th June 2014
College reopens after summer vacation ; Holy Mass on 2nd June 2014
IV Sem MRM – Fieldwork Report Submission on 3rd June 2014
IV Sem HRM – Presentation on Fieldwork on 5th June 2014
II Sem HRM – Presentation on Fieldwork on 6th June 2014
IV Sem HRM – SPSS Training on 9th June 2014
IV Sem HRM – Presentation of Dissertation on 11th June 2014
World Environment Day (SALT) on 13th June 2014
Second Saturday on 14th June 2014
IV Sem Sociology/Social Work – Presentation of the Draft Report of Dissertation (16&17) on 16th June 2014
Anti- Suicide Day on 17th June 2014
IV Sem HRM – Submission of Dissertation on 20th June 2014
International Day Against Drug Abuse on 26th June 2014
Sociology – PRA (27-30) on 27th June 2014
The Loyola Research Centre (LRC) is directed by the Principal of the College. The LRC has three wings – Academic wing, dealing with the research scholars, a second wing dealing with Sponsored Research of the college, and a third one concerned with the Action Research Projects of the Social Lab. Each of the wings has a coordinator. The heads of departments constitute the other members of the committee ..Read more
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