TCS is offering 15 days course Free of cost so that students can utilize the lockdown period productively to sharpen their skills.
This course comprises the following modules:
DAY 1: Communicate to Impress
DAY 2: Deliver Presentations with Impact
DAY 3: Develop Soft Skills for the Workplace
DAY 4: Gain Guidance from Career Gurus
DAY 5: Write a Winning Resume and Cover Letter
DAY 6: Stay Ahead in Group Discussions
DAY 7: Ace Corporate Interviews
DAY 8: Learn Corporate Etiquette
DAY 9: Write Effective Emails
DAY 10: Learn Corporate Telephone Etiquette
DAY 11: Understand Accounting Fundamentals
DAY 12: Gain Foundational Skills in IT
DAY 13: Understand Artificial Intelligence (AI) - Part 1
DAY 14: Understand Artificial Intelligence (AI) - Part 2
DAY 15: Assessment
To Register Click: https://learning.tcsionhub.in/courses/career-edge/
Amity Institute of Education, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow Campus is organising a Webinar on the topic: Manoeuvring through Stress and Storm: Teacher as Navigator - May 2, 2020
Kindly register through the following link: http://ow.ly/EaH850zpJq6
Faculty Development Program on LATEX in association with Spoken Tutorial, IIT Bombay. (MHRD, Govt. of India) - from 11.05.2020 to 15.05.2020
The registration link is as follows https://tinyurl.com/yc78hkvu
Dream of pursuing graduate education at Stanford University with a scholarship? Join the virtual information session on the Knight Hennessy scholars program Wednesday, May 13, 2020 at 6:00 pm IST to learn how you can be one of the up to 100 students selected for this program each year.
Register for the session at
Join Education USA Chennai information session: “Student Speak” on Thursday, May 14, 2020 from 6.30 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. to hear Lohita Rajesh, currently pursuing M.S. in Civil & Environmental Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University and Vashist Balaji, currently pursuing B.S. in Business at Kelly School of Business, Indiana University talk about their U.S. study experience and answer student queries.
Register at https://bit.ly/EdUSA-May14
E-Shodh Sindhu Web of Science Certification Series
- May 14, 18, 21, 25 & 28, 2020
INFLIBNET Centre is organizing a five-part webinar series
in collaboration with Clarivate Analytics
National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore is organising an online address by Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ji Hon’ble Minister Human Resource Development on NAAC web platform to all the HEIs of the country on the topic “Turn the Challenges to Opportunities: COVID-19 Pandemics and measures to combat in Higher Education of India”
on 28 May 2020 at 3.00 pm.
NAAC requests all the Vice Chancellors, Professors, Deans, Directors, Principals, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors and other Academics from Universities and Colleges (accredited and yet to get accredited) to register in the NAAC website.
Link is provided below
NAAC requests you to circulate among all academia to register for the programme.
With regards, Namasthe,
Prof. S. C. Sharma
My Life My Yoga Video Blogging Contest
International Yoga Day - June 21, 2020
Organized by Ministry of AYUSH
Webinar on Biotechnology as a Speaker, which will be live stream on June 25-27, 2020.
Online Awareness Programme on "Access to e-Resources under N-List" - August 14, 2020
Organized by INFLIBNET
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Over the last nine decades, the contributions of Loyola College to higher education has been highly influential and remarkable as a pioneer in the field of education that has created an avalanche of innovative and best practices for other educational institutions to inspire and emulate.
1. Educational Policies and Autonomy
In 1978, Loyola was one of the first eight colleges to receive autonomous status which helped the college to uphold its educational policies concerning admissions that aim at providing University Education in a Christian atmosphere for deserving students, especially for Catholics, Dalits and the underserved sections of the society.
2. Pioneering Programs
Loyola has been known for its path-breaking ventures like bringing forth some innovative programs and courses that have inspired many institutions to adopt them into their teaching and learning environment.
2.1. Visual Communication Program
One of the flagship programmes of the college and the only one of its kind that emerged as a precursor in the 1970s was the two-year Diploma in Visual Communication offered by Loyola Institute of Visual Communication (LIVCOM) as an evening program. Owing to the remarkable recognition from the media industry, the college started a full-fledged Degree in Visual Communication in 1989.
2.2. Foundation Course
Emphasizing the Ignatian pedagogy and spirituality, the Foundation Course was designed to inculcate values in the future leaders of our nation. The program is run by an exclusive academic unit, the School of Human Excellence (SHE), committed to guiding students in their values-centred pursuit of becoming men and women for and with others in society.
3. Research and Innovation
Loyola has a strong research culture. It is the only Arts and Science College which figured in Current Science magazine for research contributions to national development. Loyola is the only Arts and Science College in India to be recognized as a Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (SIRO) by the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR), Government of India.
4. Student Support Services
A very significant contribution that Loyola College makes to higher education and society is the avalanche of Good Samaritan services it renders to the student community.
4.1. Resource Centre for Differently-Abled (RCDA)
Loyola College has set a trend nationally in stepping first to help the differently-abled students. There is an exclusive facility, Resource Centre for the Differently Abled (RCDA), established with the fund received from UGC-HEPSN and the National Institute of Visually Handicapped (NIVH), Ministry of Social Justice and empowerment, Government of India. RCDA was chosen to serve as the Model Resource Centre of Disability Services (MRCDS), the first of its kind in the nation to fulfil the needs of the Differently-Abled students with specialized digital devices and resources.
4.2. Loyola Students Support Services (LSSS)
An exclusive service unit, LSSS, was established to offer academic, financial and personal support services, such as Scholarships, Management Concession, Free Noon Meal, Special English Program, Supplementary Education, Special Coaching, Remedial Programmes, Personality Development through Life Skills, Art and Literature and a Special Assistance to Foreign Students. One of its chief focus is empowering students from marginalized section of the society especially, the Dalits, to face the challenges in life with dignity.
Loyola pays a great deal of attention towards personal and mental wellbeing of the students through counselling which is predominantly carried out by AURA, the Centre for Counselling at the college. Loyola is proud to be a pioneer among educational institutes that have professional counsellors serving fulltime to attend to the needs and problems of the students at their intrapersonal, interpersonal and social levels.
Loyola has a staunch commitment to moulding the students through academic mentoring. The Academic Staff are trained exclusively to handhold the young aspirants as their mentors to guide, support and sort out the academic and personal issues and help them complete their studies successfully.
4.5. Financial Supports
Loyola offers a tremendous financial support to economically disadvantaged students. Every semester, the college management provides fee concession through Jesuit Educational Support (JES) to students from poor families. In 2018-19, the college has issued around 1.60 crore rupees as a management fee concession to 2600 students.
5. Reaching out to the Neighbourhood
One of the best practices for which Loyola has been well-known in the national higher educational arena is the effort constantly made to reach out to the local community in total humanitarian service.
5.1. Loyola FM 107.4
The college had ventured into an exceptional service by establishing Loyola FM 107.4, a community radio frequency over a radius of 15 km. Through Loyola Community Radio, the college addresses various issues related to the neighbourhood airing a variety of special programs for Transgender, gipsies, widows, visually challenged, street vendors, slum dwellers, auto drivers, etc.
5.2. Loyola Rain Relief Service (LRRS)
Another very unique service that has set trend among educational institutes across the country is establishing LRRS during the November 2015 rain, which initiated to provide the rain-affected people living in the slum areas of the city of Chennai with food materials and clothes. Loyola Rain Relief Services had 30 staff, and 250 energetic student volunteers, and a medical team consisting of 8 doctors offering medical treatment to nearly 1750 flood victims housed in Loyola premises. Through LRRS, a rain relief camp was initiated for Post Graduate students to offer their service to rain-affected areas especially the Gaja cyclone-hit areas in November 2018.
Another exceptional venture of the college is pioneering in community service through the Outreach Program that functions under the School of Service Learning. The college had taken up around 50 slums (urban villages or sub-standard settlements) around the college campus falling under the zones 5, 7 and 8 of the Chennai Corporation. The UG students are required to complete 120 hours of community service and PG students visit villages and experience life at the grassroots level to prepare themselves to serve these underserved people in their future.
Since 1925, Loyola College has been making impactful contributions to the economic growth of the country, formation of the brilliant minds, and shaping the young leaders of tomorrow in alignment with the motto of the college forming men and women in service of others.
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