Loyola Institute of Business Administration (LIBA), Chennai Campus & Infrastructure

Chennai (Tamil Nadu) Estd : 1979 Approved by : AICTE Type : Private


The campus is equipped with the latest computers and software to facilitate modern pedagogy. The Computer Lab has a dedicated leased line for 24-hour internet connectivity and multimedia and video conferencing facilities. Both the Institute and the hostels are well supported by Wi-Fi and LAN facilities.

  • Sports Grounds 2
  • Hostel Facility True
  • Scholarship Available True
  • Total Course 30



Loyola Institute of Business Administration LIBA Chennai, 1 Boys hostels and 1 Girls Hostels are available for it's students with facilities including Mess, WiFi, Table, Chair

No. of Hostels 1
No. of Hostels 1

Students Activities & Clubs

Le Vox Populi (HR Club)

Formed with the objective of synergizing the talents of students and exposing them to emerging trends in HR, Le VoxPopuli provides a strong foundation and a deep insight into the myriad facets of the important eld of HR. With innovative activities and workshops organized through the year, the Club facilitates the understanding of students on diverse HR functions in the corporate world today.

Finesse (Finance Club)

Finesse Club was established to support the Institute’s quest for co-curricular learning in the highly complex world of dance. The objective of the Club is to provide a sound platform to students for enhancing their interaction with academics and professionals for an in-depth understanding of various ramications of nance.

Mark-it (Marketing Club)

Mark-it was formed with the vision: “To Revolutionize”. The objective of the Club is to bridge the gap between concepts and applications in marketing. Discussions, games and events cover the diverse facets of the marketing segment of business like branding, strategies and business environment.

MindWorks (Quiz Club)

Mind Works, the Quiz Club, is a student-driven body that consists of both quizzers and quiz enthusiasts. The main aim of the Club is to create and promote a quizzing culture among students on campus. Apart from taking part in quizzes across the country, the Club also organizes quizzes at LIBA.

Arista (Operations Club)

Arista, the Operations Club, was started in order to substantiate theoretical learning by exposing it to practical applications. The aim of Arista is to bridge the gap between theory and practice by creating awareness about operations management through various activities such as games, debates, and strategic contests

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