The Centres of Excellence at LIBA are created to complement its teaching and skill development programmes by promoting funded research, quality publications and impact-oriented training and awareness activities on all major issues falling in the thematic area defined by the business-economy-society interface.
Centre for Business Ethics and Corporate Governance
LIBA has established the Loyola Centre for Business Ethics and Corporate Governance to propagate business ethics and internationally accepted corporate governance practices for the benefit of students, who are the future of the business world. Objectives of the Centre are to raise awareness on ethical issues, inspire socially responsible leadership, enrich ethical knowledge and societal obligations and to promote principle based corporate governance.read more
Prof. C.K. Prahalad Centre for Emerging India
Prof. C.K. Prahalad Centre for Emerging India focuses on consultancy, research and training in the areas of strategy, innovation and entrepreneurship enhancing engagement, involvement and benefits for bottom of the socio-economic pyramid (BoP) segment. The Centre primarily works towards addressing the current gaps between idea- generation and scaling-up so as to promote viable business opportunities. The Centre has actively collaborated with Santa Clara University, US, Catholic University, Italy in the areas of research, social entrepreneurship courses, and connecting social entrepreneurs across the globe.read more
Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management
The Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management at LIBA was established in 2006. Since its inception the Centre has been promoting executive learning, research and consultancy in the field of Logistics and Supply Chain Management. The Centre provides an environment for facilitating fresh Logistics and Supply Chain Management practices based on new learnings and new knowledge acquired.read more
“In human affairs we have reached a point where the problems we must solve are no longer solvable without computers. I fear not computers, but the lack of them.” – Isaac Asimov Keeping this in mind, the LIBA – Informatics Centre; a Computer Education Wing of Loyola Institute of Business Administration (LIBA) was established in 1992. The aim was to serve, in a cost effective manner those in need of quality education and training in computers.read more
Loyola Inclusive Incubation Centre
It is an open inclusive innovation startup eco-system established under the aegis of Prof. C.K. Prahalad Centre for Emerging India. The centre shall provide space, funds and mentorship to startups. The emphasis is on promoting social enterprises with participation of innovators, entrepreneurs, students, faculty and alumni. Participants at incubation centre shall ideate, iterate and identify viable solutions (products / services), experiment with inclusive business models, find investments and explore scaling up options. Hackathons, workshops, symposiums, seminars and conferences are conducted to enrich inclusive innovation and the start-up eco-system.