Loyola College of Education, Jamshedpur

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Loyola College of Education, Jamshedpur
TypeJesuit, Catholic
Established1976; 42 years ago (1976)
FounderKenneth Judge
Academic affiliation
Kolhan University
PrincipalV.F. Misquith

Loyola College of Education, Jamshedpur, began as a college of Xavier School of Management in Jamshedpur in 1976 and in 1992 received its own campus in Telco, Jamshedpur.[1] It currently offers the B.Ed in affiliation with Kolhan University, Chaibasa.[citation needed]


In 1976 the American Jesuit Kenneth Judge founded the College of Education at the Xavier School of Management in response to a perceived need for teacher education in the states of Jharkhand and Bihar. It became a college in its own right in Telco in 1992. It has been registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860[2] and recognized by the National Council for Teacher Education[3] and the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (2010),[4] and has received minority status.[5][1]


  1. ^ a b "Loyola College: Page". www.loyolacollege.in. Retrieved 2018-01-16.
  2. ^ vide letter no. 381 – 2005-2006
  3. ^ ERC/7-44 (ER-44.5.3) 2004/1553 (1) dated May 13, 2004
  4. ^ "Loyola College of Education East Singhbhum Jamshedpur Jharkhand". www.punjabcolleges.com. Retrieved 2018-01-17.
  5. ^ F.No. 1045 of 2006 dated Aug 17, 2007

Coordinates: 22°46′51.07″N 86°16′3.97″E / 22.7808528°N 86.2677694°E / 22.7808528; 86.2677694