Jamshedpur: XLRI-Xavier School of Management (XLRI) has received formal approval of All India Council for Technical Education AICTE to start the operations of the XLRI I Delhi-NCR campus. The new campus will be the first branch of one of the most reputed B-Schools of the country.
XLRI I Delhi-NCR campus is located in Jhajjar District, at Aurangpur, which is 25 km from Gurugram and is centrally connected to the main districts like Delhi, Gurgaon, and Rewari.
The new state-of-the-art campus is spread over an area of 36 acres, and has been designed to promote eco-friendly living and to foster climate consciousness. The orientation of the campus buildings has been planned using detailed sun studies and applying concepts of solar-passive architecture. The areas that receive harsher sunlight have a second skin in the form of ventilated cladding. The new campus has earned a Gold-level Green Building Certification, and it has been designed using IGBC guidelines to be able to achieve a platinum rating from IGBC in the future.
XLRI announced the results for the admission of the two-year post-graduate program in Human Resource Management & Business Management for Jamshedpur Campus on 20 May 2020. The results for the Executive PGDM (GM) program have also been announced and orientation classes are underway. A total of 590 candidates have been offered admission for Jamshedpur and Delhi campuses.
While announcing the admission process for the first batch of XLRI I Delhi-NCR campus Fr. P. Christie S.J., director, XLRI-Xavier School of Management said “XLRI is India’s First B-School, and for seventy years, we had just one campus at Jamshedpur. We are glad to announce that XLRI’s Delhi-NCR campus is all set to start with 120 students for the Business Management program for 2020-22 academic session with the AICTE approval. XLRI has been focusing on helping build the nation with a focus on ethical and value-based management education and grooming future business leaders of India to help shape the destiny of a new India. It continues to have the same vision – to train leaders who will excel in the workplace while upholding high personal values, integrity, and social concern and furthering the greater common good.”