XLRI Commenced New Academic Session of 2021
News Desk, News Nation 360 : Xavier School of Management welcomes the new batch of students of the new academic session of 2021. A total of 613 students joined the illustrious XLRI student fraternity. The welcome session was conducted online for the students with an inaugural prayer. Fr. Paul addressed the welcome ceremony. Fr Paul Fernandes S.J., Director of XLRI- Xavier School of Management, Jamshedpur, Fr Sebastian George, SJ, Director, XLRI - Delhi-NCR Campus and the Dean (Academics), Prof. Ashis K Pani. New Batches at XLRI Jamshedpur Campus : Flagship programs : Business Management (PGDM-BM: 2021-23 batch) – 179 students, Human Resource Management (PGDM-HRM: 2021-23 batch) – 178 students, Executive – Postgraduate Diploma in Management (Ex-PGDM) - 114 students Along with Fellow Programme in Management (FPM) – 14 students, Executive Fellow Programme in Management (EXEC-FPM) – 20 students, New Batch at XLRI I Delhi-NCR Campus : Business Management (PGDM-BM: 2021-23 batch) – 108 students. Fr. Paul. Fernandes S.J., Director, XLRI-Xavier School of Management, Jamshedpur, welcomed the new batch of students of both campuses. In his welcome address, he emphasized the four essential hallmarks of Jesuit education. Elaborating on the four themes, he said that XLRI’s successful growth over seven decades has been guided by these four important hallmarks of Jesuit education, and they will continue to place a strong emphasis on them. The first aspect being ‘Excellence’ - to strive continuously for the best, without getting easily satisfied and without becoming complacent with their achievements; the second aspect being ‘Integrity coupled with Ethics’ - which describes the ethos of XLRI. One cannot achieve excellence, long-term success without Integrity & Ethics both go hand in hand; the third aspect relates to ‘Whole person growth across quotients’ – Growth of an individual across intellectual, social, emotional and spiritual levels; and the fourth hallmark being ‘Social Consciousness’-to be sensitive to the needs of the less privileged.
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Report : Anustup Kundu