The Association runs a hostel for the students studying in various recognized educational institutions in Chennai Metropolitan Area.  
The strength of the hostel is 45.

Guest Rooms:-
At present, there are Twenty One (
15 AC and 6Non Ac ) guest rooms for occupation by the members who come to Chennai on short visit either on official or on personal work.  The rooms are self contained.
IOA Office
PH    : 044 - 2811 1160
FAX  : 044 - 2811 1160
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044 - 2811 4660
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Regd. No. 2/1909-10
                                              The Indian Officers' Association
                                This Association, with a long history of about 103 years, was started by the
Gazetted Officers of State and Central Governments and Judges of the Indian Judiciary. As the British
officers did not allow the officers of Indian origin to join their Association or even clubs, they felt
proud that they should start their own Association and then stand as equal to the British Officers. As a
matter of fact, this is the only Association which we have heard of in the entire country and which is
on parallel lines with the British people with its own sense of pride.  This Association comprises the
officers of the senior civil services (in the cadre of Deputy Collector and above) and Judiciary which
have been setting a very high standard of public life.  As the members of the Indian Officers Association
form the elite of the society, the Association looks after the welfare of the society in general and the
welfare of the common man in particular.  The Association has been started with the objective of
fulfilling certain basic needs of the members and render social service. The total number of Members of
the Association as on date is 2123.
             The Association is doing activities purely of charitable nature.  It was founded in the
year 1907 and has been registered as a Public charitable trust under section 12 AA of the Income Tax
Act, 1961.  Justice Pratap Singh building was completed in the year 1997 and the building has been
constructed as a commercial-cum-office complex consisting of ground and 2 upper floors.  The land
having a total extent of 25 grounds and 797 Sq. ft. on which the above building stands was acquired by
the Indian Officers Association out of the beneficial and liberal contributions made by its members.