Xavier Institute of Social Service, Ranchi

Xavier Institute of Social Service, Ranchi started in the year of 1955 with an intention to educate young graduates in the field of social work and management programs.
This department stated as the extension department of St Xavier's college of Ranchi. In the year 1975, the department registered itself as a separate institute and established their new campus. The isolated campus of the Xavier Institute of Social Service is located in the Purulia Road, Ranchi.

The Institute has made its mark over the years and is well known for the quality education it imparts to the students. The college offers post graduate courses in the field of Personnel Management, Rural Development, Information Management and Management in Finance and Marketing. The pass outs of this college are recruited by the best paid companies.

In order to get admission in the XISS, Ranchi students have to undertake the entrance examination, which is conducted by the XLRI, Jamshedpur or Management Aptitude Test conducted. Candidates with good scores at the entrance examinations are asked to attend the group discussion and interview held at the Xavier Institute of Social Service.

Certain facilities at Xavier Institute of Social Service in Ranchi include:
  • Well stocked library
  • Computer Lab
  • Auditorium with multimedia system used for seminars and cultural functions
  • Excellent Faculty
  • Placement Committee
Last Updated on : March 30, 2016

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