Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI)
Xavier Labour Relations Institute, widely known as XLRI was born out of the vision of a Jesuit Priest, father Quinn Enright. It was founded in 1949 in the Steel city of Jamshedpur, Jharkhand. Since then the Jamshedpur Jesuit Society has nurtured the growth of XLRI in keeping with its commitment to "Magis" (excellence in everything).
Over the last few decades, XLRI Jamshedpur has contributed its best to the professional growth and management of innumerable institutions that serve the public, especially organized industry, labour, service agencies engaged in rural development, education, health and other public systems. Besides the focus on developing managerial competence among the pupils through acquisition of specialized knowledge and skills, the Institute emphasizes the importance of developing a sense of social justice with right attitudes and values of discipline, dedication and commitment among all its members.
Classrooms: There are eight state-of-the-art class-rooms with in built multimedia presentation support. The seating arrangement is amphitheatre style and each lecture hall seats 70 students. These class-rooms also support closed-circuit recording and play-back of lecture sessions. The four Syndicate Rooms are multi-purpose areas for other academic exercises.
XL-CC (Computer Centre): This block is home to the XL-CC or the Computer Centre. This centre houses the Computer Labs, Back-end Servers for the campus-wide network and the Computer Services Help-Desk.
XLRI Library: The Library of XLRI came into existence in 1949 when the Institute was established in the Steel City of Jamshedpur, in erstwhile Bihar. It was named after late Sir, Jehangir Ghandy in February 1972. It is the heart of the institution and acts as a center for the collection of literature predominantly related to labour relations, management and its allied subjects and develops a comprehensive collection of information that is useful for teaching and reference purpose.
Sports: The fields/courts on campus include basketball, volleyball, badminton and football. Enright Hall provides additional facilities for indoor sports and includes a fully equipped gym. In addition to the facilities on campus, students at XL have access to swimming pools, tennis courts, squash courts and a synthetic athletics track through its affiliations with local sports authorities.
Postgraduate Programmes in PM & IR and BM
PG Program in PM & IR: The two-year full-time Postgraduate Programme in Personnel Management & Industrial Relations (PM & IR) / Business Management (BM) prepares a student for a career in industry and services.
The PM & IR Programme facilitates learning in modern concepts, techniques and practices in the management of human resources and exposes the student to different functional areas of management to enhance the effectiveness. Since the PMIR programme is a specialised programme in itself, there are no separate Areas for Concentration.
PG Program in BM: The BM Programme facilitates learning in theory and practice of different functional areas viz. Economics, Finance, General Management, Information Systems, Marketing, Operations Management, Organizational Behaviour, Personnel Management & Industrial Relations and Strategic Management, to equip the students with an integrated approach to management function and managerial skills.
The contents of each course, a variety of teaching methodologies such as case studies, role-play, problem solving exercises, group discussion, computer simulation games, audio-visuals, are used in the programme.
The PM & IR / BM Programme consists of 41 three-credit courses (23 core courses and 18 elective courses) and a Summer Project.
Eligibility For PM & IR and BM programmes, graduates who have completed three years of Bachelor's degree in any discipline as well as the postgraduates in any discipline are eligible to apply. Those completing their final examination by June of an academic year may also apply for admission to the program beginning in that year.
Indian Resident aspirants to the PM & IR and the BM program should take the XAT (Xavier Aptitude Test). The test is usually administered on the first Sunday of January of every year. Students are then shortlisted based on their performance in XAT and other criteria including past academic record and professional experience, if any. All shortlisted students are interviewed by the admissions panel and a final offer of admission is made.
NRI (Non Resident Indians) and foreign nationals can apply to this program by appearing for the GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test). Students residing in Dubai and Kathmandu have the option of either appearing for the XAT or reporting their GMAT scores. The XAT is administered at both Dubai and Kathmandu as of 2016.
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Circuit House Area (East)
Jamshedpur 831 001
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