- To be a top management school and develop committed, down to earth, sensitive professionals,who work with and for others.
- To work towards the empowerment of the deprived so that they shape their own destiny.
- To be a lead agency for NGO capacity building,sustainable development, research and consultancy.
- Phase– I: From end of October to the first week of December.
- Phase–II: From second week of January (Onwards).
21st IAJBS World Forum Uruguay
Fr. Alex Ekka (Director), Dr. SN Singh (Head – Information Technology), Dr. Mahua Banerjee (Assistant Professor, Information Technology) and Prof. Mary Sheila Bodra (Assistant Professor, Human Resource Management), participated and presented papers in the 21st International Association of Jesuit Business School (IAJBS), Annual World Forum on “Leadership and Innovation for Sustainable World” held from 19-22nd July, 2015 at The Catholic University of Uruguay – School of Business, Montevideo, Uruguay. XISS (Ranchi), along with XLRI (Jamshedpur) were the only B-Schools from India which were invited to participate in the event. Fr. Alex Ekka was nominated as member of the IAJBS Executive Committee, 2015-17.
Lecture by Mr. Biswajit Chatterjee
An adroit speaker, Mr. Biswajit Chatterjee, Head HR PMO (Program Management Office) for Global HR Head of TCS and member of TCS’ HR Leadership team, delivered the talk on “Campus to Industry-Reinventing yourself”, for the Fourth lecture of ‘Diamond Jubilee Lecture Series’. In his current role he is responsible for all HR analytics and trends prepared for executive management and the Board. He is also responsible for driving HR process improvement initiatives, HR digitization initiatives, Employee Satisfaction Survey and HR Budgeting. He owns the HR section for initiatives like Tata Business Excellence Model and Global Reporting Index.
Exchange Program: Belgium
Five law students from the University of Antwerp, Belgium, Ms. Azumi Habib, Mr. Sam Conix, Ms. Frederique Philippo, Ms. Laura Van Deun, and Anouscka Gyesbreehs, are here to do their dissertation and internship. These students are doing their dissertation on different topics such as witchcraft accusations and women’s rights, death penalty in India, Acid Attacks, Right to education, and the Cessation of the nuclear arms under the supervision of Dr. Sudip Kumar, Dr. Rajshree Verma, Prof. Himadri Sinha of XISS, Advocate Anoop Mehta of Jharkhand High Court, and Prof Sourabh from Central University of Jharkhand.
Total number of seats available in Two Years Full-time Post Graduate Diploma Programmes in Management (PGDM) are seventy five (75) each in Human Resource Management and Rural Management and sixty (60) each in Information Technology, Finance and Marketing Management specialization. Out of the above fifty per cent seats are reserved for SC/ST and Christian candidates.
Eligibility for Admission
Minimum qualification for admission to the PGDM program at the Institute is three / four years bachelor’s degree with minimum 55% marks in aggregate (50% for SC/ST) in any discipline recognized by Association of Indian Universities. However preference will be given to Engineering, Economics, Commerce, Management and Computer Science graduates and candidates with relevant work experience.
At XISS we believe in nurturing the talent and making them “Ready for the real world”. The Placement Cell helps connect the Organizations with the talent at the Institute. We have tried to keep the entire campus placement process simple and convenient to all.
The placement cell The campus placement of the students of XISS is coordinated by the Central Placement Cell headed by Chief Cooridnator. It works in unison with Departmental Placement Cells, constituted of students. The Departmental Placement Cells are guided by senior faculty members from respective departments.
|KEY HIGHLIGHTS OF CRP 2014-15|
|AVERAGE CTC||5.11 LAKHS|
|HIGHEST DOMESTIC CTC||13.10 LAKHS|
|Recruiting Sectors||Consultancy, Manufacturing, Logistics, FMCG, IT, Telecom, Retail, Social / Non-profit, Banking, Financial Services & Insurance (BFSI), Others.|
The campus placement of the students of XISS is co-ordinated by the Central Placement Cell headed by Chief Coordinator. It works in unison with Departmental Placement Cells, constituted of students. The Departmental Placement Cells are guided by senior faculty members from respective departments.
The Placement Process
For the convenience of the prospective employers, the outline of the Campus Placement Programme is given below:
Campus Placement at XISS takes place in two phases:
For the Final Placement batch of 2014-2016 Phase I will start on 28th October 2015 and continue till 5th December 2015. Phase II starts on 5th of January 2016 and continues till 31st March 2016.
The 53rd Annual Convocation of Xavier Institute of Social Service (XISS), Ranchi was held on 2nd of April 2014 in the XISS Campus. Additional Secretary, Union Rural Development, Mr. S. M. Vijayanand was the Chief Guest at the Convocation.
The chief guest was Shri SD Tripathy (Vice President Human Resources of Tata Steel) who in his stirring speech told the students that along with the academics, the human touch (or the empathy for fellow human beings) is very important in the hands of the manager. Sharing his experiences he told the students that life will provide them with many opportunities and that they should make or capitalise on the opportunities to make their own identities.
How to reach and where to stay
Ranchi is well connected to all major cities by Rail, Road and Air. Direct flihts are operated by various airlines to Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Patna. Connecting flight services are also available from most of the airlines to other major towns. Number of options are available to have a comfortable stay at Ranchi. Hotel suiting to every budget are located within 0.5 KM to 5.0 KMs from the institue campus. The travel desk at the placement cell can make bookings on your behalf. Please feel free to contact us for any travel and hotel reservations. Local conveyance is arranged by the Placement Cell.
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