Why Clubs/Association @ Loyola
Most students go to college to learn. Most know, or at least soon discover, that their academic work at college will be different than the work that they did in school. They are expected to spend more time studying and there is a higher level of thinking demanded. But the college years are also about other kinds of learning. Often much of this other learning happens outside of the classroom.

Clubs at College offers students opportunities to pursue old interests and to discover the new ones. Unfortunately, too many college students pass up some of the opportunities that they have in college, because they are too focused on either their academic life or their party life. Many worry, that getting involved in activities or organizations on campus will distract them from their academic pursuits rather than enhancing their academics.

The Commerce Association is formed to equip budding B Com students with required skill-set to be the best-fit for Corporate. It aims to develop sensible, responsible, seasoned top professionals. This club will create an inducive environment wherein our students will embrace responsibilities to serve the community and the society. Our endeavor is to sensitize future best mangers, towards privileged, challenged class. The intention of the club is to develop relationship between industry and institution in a way that students get industry exposure, and tie ups for placements and projects become easier. This club aims to provide information related to current industry activities, innovations, technological changes sharing success stories of entrepreneurs.

The National Service Scheme (NSS) is a Central Sector Scheme of Government of India, Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports. It provides opportunity to the student youth of India to take part in various government led community service activities & programmes. The sole aim of the NSS is to provide hands on experience to young students in delivering community service. The focus of the club is on the personality development of the students through community service. The activities of this club cover a wide range of areas. NSS provides leadership training programmes as well as service opportunities. It effectively channels the energy and interest of the students into areas of social, cultural and community development.

The Kannada people or Kannadigas are speakers of Kannada language and trace their ancestry to the state of Karnataka in India and its surrounding regions. Modern Kannada stands among 30 of the most widely spoken languages of the world. Kannada Sangha is established to create awareness of Kannada language and culture among the youth with Objectives to create awareness of Kannada language and culture, Make the students aware of the rich culture and literary heritage of Karnataka and make them responsible citizens of the country.

All India Catholic University Students Federations (A.I.C.U.F) is an organization meant to impart the values of compassion and service to the student community in Universities. Our aim is to live up to the AICUF motto- “We are born into an unjust society and we are determined not to leave it as we have found it”. The AICUF unit at St. Loyola Degree College organizes various socially relevant and personality development- oriented programmes for its members. Through the outreach programmes, by which the students get practical exposure to the day-to-day living of the underprivileged and they are sensitized about the socio-economic realities of our country. Motivated by these experiences, many of the students take up the challenging tasks of contributing towards the emancipation of women and the uplift of the deprived and needy the sections of our society.

Red Cross/ Human Rights Association
We are reminded of the famous quote of Late Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru the former Prime Minister of India that “The youth of today is the driving force of tomorrow”. It is our duty to mould the youth to become socially useful citizens of the country.

Each generation passes on the torch of development to the next. Hence it becomes the challenge for the present generation to groom the future of tomorrow and that is the ‘Youth’. Youth Red Cross it is a group movement organized for students in colleges