Abhinav Iyer

Bachelor of Commerce [B.Com] | Batch of 2014

Loyola College, Chennai Review by Abhinav

Overall Rating : 9 / 10

Written on 14 Jul 2015

Academics & Faculty
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7 /10

  • Five hours of college, every day with two shifts isn't hard for a student.
  • The quality of teaching is different in both the shifts.
  • Professor accessibility outside class is good as they have their own forums for the classrooms outside where they regularly respond to student queries.

Placements & Alumni Network
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10 /10

  • There is a lot of scope for internships through Loyola College.
  • With top firms like Goldman Sachs hiring third years for an apprenticeship leading to a job as analysts, it gives a lot of exposure to undergrad pass out.
  • Also, over the years, companies like Zomato, D.E Shaw, Deloitte, Goldman Sachs, and many other top companies have been offering students with really good packages.



Clubs & Associations
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10 /10

  • Loyola has a credit system where a student have to be a part of student club and it is a part of the curriculum.
  • It engages the students in extracurricular activities. 

Social Atmosphere
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9 /10

  • Most courses in the college are not co-ed. Alcohol and dorm parties are strictly prohibited.
  • Despite that, there is a buzz and a good atmosphere in the college and the vibe around is really good.
  • Situated in the centre of the city in Nungambakkam, Loyola is one of the top colleges for Commerce in India.


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