Jamshedpur XLRI

One of the premier educational institutes in the steel city is the Jamshedpur XLRI. The institute is located at a distance of 7 kilometers from the railway terminus of the city.
The Xavier Labour Relations Institute, the full name of the institute, was the brainchild of the Jesuit priest, Father Quinn Enright. He founded the institute with the help of Father Bill Tome. The institute was established in the year 1949 with a vision to provide India with the intellectual power required for the progress of the newly formed democratic country.

The administration of the institute is supervised by the Dean, Administrator and Financial Controller, sphere headed by the Director. Presently, the institute is headed by N. Casimir Raj, who is the director of XLRI Jamshedpur. The institute also has a board of governors functioning under the Chairman and the Vice Chairman.

XLRI of Jamshedpur offers some of the following academic programs:
  • Personnel Management and Industrial Relations
  • Fellow Program in Management
  • Business Management
  • International and Corporate Programs
  • Executive Fellow Program in Management
  • General Management Program
  • Management Development Programs
XLRI in Jamshedpur has included satellite programs in its academic curriculum in Retail Management and Sales and Marketing Management as well.

The admission to the management programs of the institute is conducted through the XAT, which is an autonomous examination of the institute. The students qualify only after a further round of group discussion and personal interview with the faculty members of the institute.

The Jamshedpur XLRI ranks as one of the premier Jamshedpur colleges that are dedicated to fulfilling the educational requirements of the students of the city.

Last Updated on : January 19, 2016


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