LIBA joins hand with Kerala Flood Relief Campaign
Chennai, 28th August 2018: As a part of its flood relief effects for Kerala, Loyola Institute of Business Administration (LIBA) conducted a two day collection drive in the college premises. The students and faculties of LIBA donated items of daily necessity such as drinking water bottles, biscuits, sanitary napkins and blankets.
In two days, a sum of Rs.60510/- was collected from the drive. The Onam celebration fund of Rs.97000/- was also donated to the flood relief fund. In total a sum of Rs.157510 was donated for the cause. In addition to this, some of the hostel boys and girls went to the nearby shops and residential societies to raise funds and collect supplies to be sent to the relief camps. They also spread the word about the procedure to donate towards the CM Disaster Relief Fund.
Commenting on the collection drive,Fr. P Christie S.J, Director – LIBA said, “The students proved that no matter which state you belong to, when it comes to helping our own country people, we all come together as one family. The drive for the Kerala flood relief fund was a success and we at LIBA always believe that “Humanity is the first religion”. We hope that life in Kerala gets back to normal soon.”
Loyola Institute of Business Administration (LIBA) is a premier B-school, established in 1979 in Chennai. It endeavors to contribute to the sustained development and inclusive growth of the nation, by preparing managers imbued with a spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship. LIBA stands for excellence and ethics. The Institution works with an undeterred zeal to offer its students the best of education, experience and thereby conducts several activities related to learning for their overall growth and development. Loyola Inclusive Innovation Impact Centre (L3iC), the start-up eco-system at Loyola Campus, is co-located at Prof.C.K.Prahalad Centre for Emerging India at LIBA