XLRI School of Business and Human Resources, Jamshedpur - FacultyJamshedpur , Jharkhand

  •   ESTD 1949
  •   Private

Faculty

Student Faculty Ratio
FACULTY STUDENT RATIO
1:18

33 PHD faculty

     68 faculty

E. Abraham, S.J.
Position: Director
Dr Pranabesh Ray
Position: Dean - Academics
Fr S George, S.J.
Position: Dean - Administration
Dr Santanu Sarkar
Position: Associate Dean - Programmes
Dr M G Jomon Associate
Position: Dean - Corporate Programs

XLRI School of Business and Human Resources - Faculty Reviews

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3 years ago

Saket Pachisia MBA Student

Overview 5/5

XLcesior “The XL culture can only be experienced and cannot be explained” These words straight from our dean's mouth are the most apt description for life at XLRI. In this article I'll try to 'tangibilise' Life at XLRI has been a roller coaster ride. Right from Day 1, every new day is like an adventure to seek, a new road to tread upon and a new quest to be conquered. The thing that strikes any individual first is the humility that is ingrained in our very system. Despite the myriad backgrounds that each individual comes from, XLRI offers equal opportunity to all, and consequently, builds in us a sense of respect and humility in every person. Studying in the best private business school institution ensures that everyone has a stellar profile, and that brings out the competitive streak in us. That however, is merely a streak; not the all-pervading aspect of ever XLRI student, because in the face of opposition, we know we have hands that will hold us steady and act as shoulders to rely on. Take our seniors, for example. They are there to help us even the day before their exams. They've conducted multiple sessions to inform us and Nothing can be more uplifting than this motivation we can constantly depend on. The beauty of this motivation is that it is not served to us in doses only when called upon, but it is a constant verve that is synchronized to our heartbeat. The raw passion that every XLRI student has is self-evident and is the driving force of this institute. One only needs to look at this brief chronology of what has transpired in the past week to get a glimpse of the passion that drives this premier B-school. The first week is an orientation week of all sorts. The entire community is actively involved to smooth en the process of transitioning to a new environment, to ensure that at the end, we feel we're part of a big family.Needless to say, life out here is hectic, but fulfilling. The first week saw a mix of orientation, sessions on subjects, overnight marketing competition (Maxi), getting to know half of the senior and junior batch and most importantly, ourselves. From second week onward sleep becomes a prized resource. In fact the host of activities ensure we are still going strong 4 am in the morning. The mix of surprise quizzes, assignments, case study competitions, committee selections, interest group participation, sports etc ensures that there's always something for everyone. Taking an evening stroll in the hallowed portals at 3 am, unleashing the photographer in us , engaging in um covalent bond matching, or having a legendary bite at Bishu Da.The attraction exists outside the campus too! Brubeck’s, the Tata Zoo, the Bistupur Market area etc. teaches us to find joy in little things. Coming to the third week well there's a conundrum between skipping that breakfast, attending an early morning class,deciding on assignment submission, or simply not leaving my bed at all! Multitasking reaches a new level when committee selection, group task, case studies and various other assignments need to be completed in the same time window. That's what the first month (nearly) at XLRI is about. Did I mention previously that birthday nights and other XL traditions are best when experienced? Trial by fire takes place (quite literally!) for the uninitiated.  Moreover, XLRI guarantees that we learn the best of the Indian traditions. While interacting with mini India we learn about the best of the Indian culture more than what we have in our entire life! P.S. The rest will only be disclosed if you arrive here on campus ;-)!! The warmth of the entire fraternity ensures the aptness of the title "Home away from home". What I've learnt so far  is that getting into a premier B-school is not success. It is an opportunity which thousands yearn for but few get. An opportunity which can be life changing for the society in general and an individual in particular. It is only the B-school, and what you choose to take away from it that determines how impactful the change will be.  And I know that being from XLRI means that each one of us is going to be a harbinger of change.
Faculty 4.5/5

Termed as the "Finance God" on our campus it has to be Prof. Sabhyasachi Sengupta. With a bevy of degrees namely CA, CS and ICWAI he has immense knowledge on the subject. His pedagogy is the perfect blend of theory and practice and the experience of being a student can only be felt as words fail to 'tangibilise' the intangibles.
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3 years ago

Mayank Sharma MBA Student

Overview 5/5

The best thing about XLRI is the unique XL Culture and the student boding that is shared amongst student. Throughout the year, there are lots of engaging activities happening which provide ample opportunities to student to have fun and interact with each other. There are regional committees which bring regional food and culture to the students. Faculties are excellent and provide great learning through by teaching in a very engaging and interactive manner and they are very helpful to guide outside classroom too. There is excellent bonding amongst seniors and juniors and they work together in different activities thereby passing knowledge and experience. Overall, XLRI provides a great life changing experience.
Faculty 4.5/5

Manish Singhal, due to the style of teaching and vast knowledge and general interaction with students outside the classroom.
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3 years ago

Siddhant MBA Student

Overview 5/5

XL does not need bragging. Only the people living here know the culture. Its not explainable in words.
Faculty 5/5

Every teacher is too learned in their own field.. Comparing each other is like comparing apples and oranges...
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1 year ago

Vivek Jain MBA Student

Life@XLRI 5/5

This college is an autonomous college and it is not affiliated to any university but still everyone in India wants to take admission in this college and there is a personal exam of this college which one student have to clear and that is XAT in which my scoring was more than 99% the total fees of this course is Rs 19 Lac including college and hostel fees
Faculty 3.5/5

As this college have a standard like IIM's so the teachers are also well educated and every experienced
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1 year ago

Shubham Chakraborthy MBA Student

COLLEGE NEEDS NO INTRO 5/5

just like iim and iit needs no introduction just like that XLRI needs no introduction in year 2017 i have completed my mba from this college and the best part about this college is all facilities are 100 % great and i had a great time here and for taking admission in this college i have cleared XAT exam with the awesome percentile
Faculty 4/5

I can one thing very clearly that a college becomes great when teachers are great same is with this college
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3 years ago

Paridhi Aggarwal MBA Student

Overview 5/5

Best place to be in
Faculty 4.5/5

Prof. Rakesh Pati - informal style of teaching, interesting and relevant class discussions
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1 year ago

Manoranjan MBA Student

2017 Passout 5/5

I had my best days in this college last year in 2017 i have passed my MBA in Marketing and Operations from this college and this college is autonomous college not affiliated to any university and the fees is high here which is 19 Lac PA including college and hostel fees because taking hostel is compulsory for the students You have to clear XAT Exam for the admission
Faculty 5/5

The teachers are great one there level of teaching is very close to the IIM
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1 year ago

Siddhant MBA Student

AN Autonomous College 5/5

Yes it is autonomous because it is not affiliated to any university last year in 2017 when i have cleared my PG at that time the 2 years course fees was 19 lac PA in this college but now think it has increased but i don't know how much and i have cleared XAT Exam which is the exam by the college and my percentile was 98.88% and i also got placed in a great company with a great package if you talk about the subject of MBA it was Finance and Operations.
Faculty 4.5/5

If you talk about the education of the faculty all are Ph.D holders
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9 months ago

Anonymous MBA Student

Best B School 5/5

There is an entrance examination which is XAT which I have cleared and in the year 2009, I have passed out and the college is best in the education and also in the placements.
Faculty 5/5

Everyone knew that the faculty in the college is always best.
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3 years ago

Vipin Kak MBA Student

Overview 4/5

It is the best college in the country.
Faculty 4/5

Mr. P.K Padhi, Reason: Way of teaching and subject knowledge

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