Xavier School of Management, Jamshedpur one of India’s chief B-School, is good to go to hold its 63rd Annual Convocation on 23rd March 2019.
On this noteworthy day, 520 XLRI students will get their graduating certificates and awards including – 182 and 179 students of Postgraduate Programs in Management – BM and HRM; 109 students of 15-months PGDM (General Management) Program; 12 students of Fellow Program in Management (FPM) and 38 students of 2016– 2019 cluster of PGDM-BM Program (Evening).
Talking about this groundbreaking event Fr. E Abraham S.J., Director, XLRI stated, “Convocation is the most noteworthy occasion in the scholarly voyage for each student, personnel and staff as it is the result of the considerable number of endeavours put in by a person during their time. This year is a vital achievement for us at XLRI as we praise the 70th Year of our organization”.
Mr. T. V. Narendran, Chairman, Board of Governors at XLRI and MD – Tata Steel India and South East Asia stated, “For more than six decades XLRI has unflinchingly clutched its main goal of proffering world-class instruction crosswise over different management driven projects. XLRI diligently strives to make esteem based and moral driven education and learning condition while underscoring the requirement for all-around advancement. This emphasis on teaching certain guiding principle is the thing that sets XLRI separated from other B-schools in the nation.”
This year XLRI would present the prestigious ‘Sir Jehangir Ghandy Medal for Industrial and Social Peace’ to Padmashri Anu Aga, Former Chairperson of Thermax Ltd. She will also convey the convocation address to the graduating students at the occasion.
Sir Jehangir Ghandy Medal for Industrial and Social Peace, initiated by XLRI in 1966, to pay tribute to the Late Sir Jehangir Ghandy, previous Chairman of the Board of Governors-XLRI is granted to Heroic Leaders who have contributed towards the development of their separate associations and furthermore affected the development of our country fundamentally. The medal was organized by XLRI in appreciation for Sir Jehangir Ghandy’s yeoman commitment to XLRI and the general public on the loose. One of the most established awards founded by a higher education institute, the medal is granted during the XLRI’s Annual Convocation Ceremony to perceive remarkable commitments in the field of industrial and social harmony in the nation.