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Loyola Collegiate School, Jamshedpur, is a private Catholic basic education institution, kindergarten through standard 12, run by the Jamshedpur Province of the Society of Jesus in Jamshedpur, India. It is run on tuition and receives no government aid. The governing board consists entirely of members of the Society of Jesus. It utilizes five acres on the campus of the Loyola College of Education, Jamshedpur, and employs intern teachers from the College. Admission is ordinarily at the LKG or UKGlevel, and after that depends on openings and on the child's likelihood to succeed.

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  • Loyola Collegiate School, Jamshedpur, is a private Catholic basic education institution, kindergarten through standard 12, run by the Jamshedpur Province of the Society of Jesus in Jamshedpur, India. It is run on tuition and receives no government aid. The governing board consists entirely of members of the Society of Jesus. It utilizes five acres on the campus of the Loyola College of Education, Jamshedpur, and employs intern teachers from the College. Admission is ordinarily at the LKG or UKGlevel, and after that depends on openings and on the child's likelihood to succeed.
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  • Loyola Collegiate School, Jamshedpur, is a private Catholic basic education institution, kindergarten through standard 12, run by the Jamshedpur Province of the Society of Jesus in Jamshedpur, India. It is run on tuition and receives no government aid. The governing board consists entirely of members of the Society of Jesus. It utilizes five acres on the campus of the Loyola College of Education, Jamshedpur, and employs intern teachers from the College. Admission is ordinarily at the LKG or UKGlevel, and after that depends on openings and on the child's likelihood to succeed. While open to all students, the school provides faith formation for Catholic students through religion classes in the curriculum and through optional Masses and retreats. Loyola is an English medium school, but Hindi is taught daily. Students are prepared for the ICSE (grade 10) and ISC (grade 12) Indian School Certificate Examinations. There is an emphasis in the curriculum on "socially useful productive work", including a required course of that name in the curriculum. In March 2015 classes began at the LKG and UKG levels.
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