Loyola College of Social Sciences was founded by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) in 1963, the College offers courses in M A (Sociology), MSW (Masters in Social Work), MAHRM (Masters in Human Resource Management) and MSc Counselling Psychology.
The Centre prepares students for Ph.D. in Sociology, Social work and Management Studies and also takes up sponsored research projects. A full-fledged Extension Services, Loyola Extension Services (LES) is unique feature of the College. The LES acts as the Social Lab of the College.
A significant learning resource with a vision and mission.
Loyola Computer Centre:
The well-equipped Computer Centre offers courses to the students and staff in the latest word processing and data analysis packages. Internet and email facilities are available.
An audio-visual hall with facilities of television, slide projector, LCD projector and overhead projector is available for the use of staff and students. Every two classrooms are provided with an overhead projector and is constantly used. A separate computer with multimedia facility is made available for classroom teaching and seminars.
Dr. Jose Murikkan’s Hall:
Dr. Jose Murikkan’s Hall is a fully air-conditioned hall with a seating capacity of 35-40 persons is ideal for international seminars. The hall is fully equipped with all the audiovisual equipment including multimedia projectors, etc. The facility can also be used for various studies, seminars, conferences and workshops.
LES (Loyola Extension Services) Hall can be used to conduct training, seminars, conferences and workshops. The hall is well equipped with all types of audiovisual equipment.
The College has a spacious and clean canteen run by the women Neighbourhood Group. Meals, snacks and beverages are available at a subsidized price for students as well as visitors.
Facility for photocopying is available within the campus. To facilitate communication requirements of students and staff a telephone booth with STD and ISD call facilities is operated in the LES Block. A mini bus caters to the transportation needs of the students. A store supplies essential stationery within the college premises. Health rooms are available for both male and female students.
Separate hostels for men and women are available. Admissions to hostels will be made only after the student is admitted to the College.