The Department of Arts at Loyola was set up in 2006, and offers under graduate B.A Psychology, English & Journalism.
"The ability to get quickly to the heart of the matter is what sets the journalist apart from the hack. And we make journalists."- Dr. Swaralipi Nandi
Head of Department
The inter-disciplinary Department of Arts (Psychology, English, & Journalism) was set up in the year 2006 and has since played proud parent to many a successful alumnus. Our dedicated faculty carefully inculcates the ability to analyse, construct, and articulate ideas among our students.
Some key statistics for the Department of Arts (Psychology, English, & Journalism):
we offer 1 UG course of 3 years for B.A. Psychology, English and Journalism
with a cumulative experience of 135 years
hand-picked for their unprejudiced outlook
most of whom are highly sought-after professionals
The Department of Arts (Psychology, English, & Journalism) is as focused on overall development of students as it is on increasing their skill sets. Here is how we go out of our way to do so:
We regularly conduct seminars on critical issues such as social psychology, organizational behaviour etc. with the aid of industry experts.
Students are given a variety of mini-projects as well as one major project during the final year. These projects take into account the lesson plan as well as latest research.
We include subjects that focus on achieving perfection in the English language. We help students appreciate classic literature through lessons in poetry, drama, essays, and novels, of great authors.
A blend of classic curriculum and modern teaching aids are part of what makes this department so successful.
Since its inception in 2006, students of our department have proven their mettle in every arena. A few notable achievements:
Loyola Academy introduces B.A. Psychology, English, & Journalism post NAAC accreditation of ‘A’ grade
Department organizes a talk on Human Rights helmed by Rev Fr John Soosai Manickam SJ, a committed advocate of Human Rights
The Department of Psychology, English & Journalism organized a workshop for the final year students on “Statistics made Easy” by Mr. Amit Indurkar, Faculty of Osmania University on 5 August, 2015
The Human Library, Hyderabad, were called for a day long session on the 16th of December, 2017, which was attended by all the students and staff of the department, giving them deep insights into various human stories that gave social taboos a broadminded perspective to look at