Loyola College, Mettala
|Motto||Luceat lux vestra|
Motto in English
|Let your light shine forth|
|Periyar University[not in citation given]|
|Principal||Xavier Vedam |
Namakkal District 636202
Tamil Nadu, India
Loyola College, Mettala, is a minority Catholic, coeducational college of arts and science founded by Madurai Province of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) in Tamil Nadu, India, in 2015. It is open to those of all faiths and is particularly dedicated to the education of Catholics and Dalits along with poorer and other marginalised sectors of society. It was founded with the encouragement of the Bishop of the Diocese of Salem.
In 2015 Loyola offered five programs: Bachelor of Arts in English literature, Bachelor in Commerce, Bachelor of Science in physics, in maths,in Chemistry, and in computer science.
The college building is horseshoe shaped and includes men's and women's hostels. The school has a computer lab, library, and 200-person auditorium. Athletic fields are part of the campus.
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- "Affiliated Colleges - :: Periyar University ::". www.periyaruniversity.ac.in.
- Raja Rajan (21 October 2015). "Loyola College Mettala - Updated" – via YouTube.
- "Domestic helps have little to celebrate - Times of India".
- "Jesuit Madurai Province". www.maduraijesuits.org. Retrieved 2017-10-15.
- "College website".
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