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XIDAS
Xavier Institute of Development
Action and Studies, Jabalpur
ADMISSION
PROSPECTUS
2016
20 Years
of
Excellence in
Sustainability &
Management Education
1 From the Director's Desk
2 Dean’s Message
3 XIDAS: Two Decades of Journey
4 The Institute
4 Campus Infrastructure
6 Activities
8 Programmes Offered
12 Summer Internship Programme
13 Placement
14 Admissions Procedure
15 Fee Structure
16 Scholarship
17 Faculty
18 Campus Life at XIDAS
20 Sharing by Icons : Who shape the World @ XIDAS
21 Board of Governors
From the
Director’s
Desk
Dear Students/Well-wishers,
Xavier Institute of Management (XIMJ), an
educational unit of Xavier Institute of
Development Action and Studies (XIDAS),
Jabalpur is a brand name today, founded
and managed by the members of the
Society of Jesus of Madhya Pradesh
Province. The Xaverian standard of
education invariably stands for academic
excellence and professional competency. It
believes in education for transformation
wherein knowledge trickles down from
head to heart and makes the students
capable men and women who can serve
others.
The youth of our country are the leaders of
tomorrow. The future managers, judges,
generals, politicians and doctors are sitting
in our learning centres today. The future of
the nation depends on their knowledge,
their character, their skills and their
preparedness, or lack of it.
Education is the soul of society. There are
two kinds of education: one that helps you
make a living and one that makes your life.
The real end of our education is to build
character and help to develop good
citizens of tomorrow. XIDAS fulfils the
society's needs by imparting the 'Life-Skill
Model' of transformative education to the
students.
The Institute presents you the Prospectus
for the year 2016. Every year it reviews the
contents of the syllabus and updates it
according to the demand of the time. Since
the Institute conducts PGDM and PGDMRM programs, each has a separate
syllabus with Core Subjects and
Specialized Subjects. On the successful
completion of the courses, the students
are awarded with Post Graduate Diploma
in Management and Post Graduate
Diploma in Rural Management.
You are welcome!
Fr. Alfred Toppo, SJ
November 1, 2015
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Message
from the
Dean
Dear Friends,
We would like to welcome you to Xavier
Institute of Management, an educational
unit of XIDAS. By being part of this Xavier
Academic fraternity you can be part of a
new era of learning, management and
professional skills development.
The institute offers world-class education
by bringing-in experienced people as
resource persons from academia,
industries, development organisations
and research institutions. This has helped
to nurture our students to newer heights.
World leaders across sectors and in the
various parts of the world have always
been invited onto the academic platform of
XIDAS to nurture its students and faculty
members.
I welcome you all to experience the rich
academic environment through your two
years stay where we strive to build up your
capacities so that you develop a unique
selling proposition by the end of your
academic journey.
God Bless!
Mehul Chauhan
November 1, 2015
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XIDAS:
Two Decades
of Journey
As the Institute completes its 20 years of existence, XIDAS
reflects on the path it has trodden and prepares itself for the
road ahead.
1994 Fr. Michael Van den Bogaert, S.J. came to Jabalpur to
establish XIDAS from XIMB.
1995 December 03 - XIDAS was officially established at
Sneh Sadan Campus, Jabalpur.
1996 Registered as a Society under Society Registration
Act of Madhya Pradesh.
1996 Started operating in 4 areas: Research, Project
Assessment and Evaluation Sector, Training and
Entrepreneurship Development.
1997
Centres of Livelihood and Capacity building
established in blocks and villages near Jabalpur.
1998 District Profile of Balaghat District conducted with
the financial support of BILANCE (now CORDAID,
Belgium).
1999 Studies conducted for NTPC Ltd.
1999 Joint Research on Microfinance in Mandla District
(MP) conducted with the support of UFSIA University,
Antwerp, Belgium.
2000 Commencement of MBA (Rural Management)
programme.
2000 Exchange Programme with Katholieke University
Belgium.
2000 XIVANI News Letter Publication started.
2001 XIDAS Raipur Unit Established.
2003 XIDAS shifted to New Campus at Tilhari, Mandla
Road, Jabalpur.
2007 VIKAS VANI Journal Publication started.
2007 Student Magazine “The Catalyst” launched.
2008 Post Graduate Diploma in Management (AICTE.
Approved).
2008 One Year Certificate Course in Development
Management launched.
2008 Six Months Certificate Course in Community
Organization launched.
2010
Post Graduate Diploma in Telecom Management
(AICTE. Approved).
2011 First Fr. Bogaert Memorial Lecture conducted.
2012 International Conference on Corporate Social
Responsibility.
2013 Post Graduate Diploma in Rural management
(AICTE. Approved) started.
2013 Inauguration of Fr. Bogaert Memorial at XIDAS.
2014
I n te r n a t i o n a l C o n fe r e n c e o n S u s t a i n a b l e
Development.
2015 First National Students Meet HENOSIS.
2015 Second Fr. Bogaert Memorial Lecture conducted.
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The Institute
Vision
Motivated by the Jesuit spirit of
'Magis', XIDAS envisions a
management education which
promotes a fuller human life.
Mission
To b e t h e g u i d i n g l i g h t f o r
sustainable management practices
through undertaking the following
activities:
Ÿ To build managers with a thrust
on sustainable development
Ÿ To conserve the environment by
networking with all the
stakeholders of society.
Ÿ To promote entrepreneurship
facilitating holistic development
Xavier Institute of Development Action and Studies (XIDAS) was
founded in the year 1995 by Fr. Michael Van den Bogaert, S.J. It
is a Registered Society run by the Jesuits of Madhya Pradesh
Province.
The Institute runs AICTE approved PGDM and PGDM–RM
programmes and offers specializations in Marketing, Human
Resource, Finance and Rural Management. XIDAS is driven by
its vision and enduring passion for sustainable development.
XIDAS has continually strived for excellence in academics since
its inception. The academic activities and curriculum are
drafted to bring about a holistic development of the students,
who can deliver results from day one in the social as well as
corporate sector.
We aim at building human capital who are socially responsible
and ethical citizens; who have working readiness and
continuous employability; who can give creative leadership and
encourage a healthy team spirit in organizations.
Campus
Infrastructure
XIDAS campus spreads over 12 acres of land and offers verdant and tranquil
surroundings, which are very conducive for students to study in comfort and helps
them to focus better in all their academic and extracurricular endeavours. We place
emphasis on sustainable development and protecting the environment and ecology
of our surroundings. This is visibly reflected in all aspects of the campus which is selfcontained, aesthetically developed and has paved walkways, playgrounds, mess
facilities, canteen, air-conditioned guest rooms and a well-equipped gymnasium.
The institute has set up two waste water recycling units inside the campus for sewage
and wastewater management, which is demonstrative of our earnestness in
protecting the environment. We actively promote a clean and green plastic free
campus towards which both the students and staff contribute rigorously, with a firmly
instilled hands-on culture.
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Facilities
Auditorium: XIDAS takes pride in its state-of-the-art 700-seated auditorium,
which is well equipped with the latest audio visual aids to host International
Conferences, National Seminars, Symposiums and Training programs.
Hostels: We have two hostel wings which provide separate accommodation for
boys and girls, with different types of rooms and facilities. The hostels can house
more than 250 students on campus.
Classrooms: All our classrooms are air-conditioned with LCD projectors installed
for a seamless academic experience.
Library and Documentation Centre: With knowledge being the key to
empowerment, we ensure that students have convenient access to the latest
journals, books, magazines, periodicals, e-journals, newspapers and other printed
as well as digital material. We provide more than 11,000 Management related books
and journals to students, with regular new additions, to ensure students get the
latest and most updated course material and related content. The library is
accessible for 13 hours on all days of the week.
Computer Lab: The entire campus is connected via Wi-Fi and a LAN network to
ensure web connectivity and our computer lab offers more than 100 computers for
student use. The lab is accessible 13 hours all days of the week and for an
uninterrupted power supply, we have 2 generators of 250 KV and 63 KV respectively.
Gym: Physical wellbeing and fitness is given importance, for which we have a wellequipped gym with the latest fitness equipment to enable students to work out and
develop a healthy body, besides developing a keen mind.
Medical Facilities: We have a doctor on-call facility along with a doctor who visits
the campus on a weekly basis and provides medical check-ups and examinations.
The doctor also offers medical consultation as and when required by students and
staff of the Institute.
Guest House: The institute has fully furnished 10 double bedded AC rooms.
Accommodation for Training Programme: The institute can
accommodate about 50 participants for in-house training programme.
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The Activities
Centres of Potential
XIDAS has the distinction of being involved in some of the high quality
impact studies and research in the area of CSR, Rehabilitation and
Resettlement and Livelihood Promotion. Through its Centres of
Potential, Institute has always been in the forefront of providing
research and consulting support to large Public and Private Sector
organizations. While in the process of developing more such centres
which are in synergy with Institution’s mission and vision. The
following are the centres that are currently engaged in creating value
for policy makers, government, public and private sector organizations
and development agencies.
Social Entrepreneurship (SE) and Corporate Social
Responsibility (CSR)
The Centre of Social Entrepreneurship (SE) and Corporate Social
Responsibility (CSR) at XIDAS undertakes several social engineering
and projects for rural and urban development programmes. It is
actively involved in conducting Socio-economic Surveys, Need
Assessment Studies, Social Impact Assessment, Management
Development Programme in the area of SE and CSR. The department
is actively involved in academic publication, organisation of
Enlightening the Young Mind Talk Series and organisation of
International conference and National workshops and Symposium.
Ecological Protection
The Centre for Ecological Protection aims at promoting healthy living
by creating healthy environment by promotion of sustainable
development in the area of its work. The department takes up
research, evaluation, training, awareness campaigns and field
projects. It also gives training programme in organic farming and
mushroom cultivation to farmers, women and youth of different
villages.
Health Care
The Centre for Health Care aims at promoting the health of individual,
family and community as a whole through holistic approach, with its
special focus on the marginalized groups of people in the society. It
covers the areas of public health and management, structure of public
health system in India, national rural health mission (NRHM),
reproductive and child health (RCH), nutrition, sanitation and hygiene,
urban health, applied demography and population dynamics,
international health, health economics, health and development,
health management, health communication, planning and
management.
Rural Development
The Centre for Rural Development is actively engaged in taking up
implementation programme, research and training in the areas
related to rural development. It coordinates with various development
organization and acts as a centre of knowledge dissemination. It is a
vital centre which facilitates transfer of rural expertise from field to
classrooms.
Training and Capacity Building
The Centre for Training and Capacity Building delivers trainings which
are aimed at enhancing competencies amongst working
professionals, managers and executives working at different levels.
Trainings offered cover different areas like finance, marketing, human
resource management and rural development, urban governance,
right to information, public distribution system, and watershed
management etc. The main objectives are to provide working
professionals with the concepts and techniques relevant for
formulating and implementing strategies in organizations and
communities.
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The various Government Agencies, Public Sector Agencies,
Corporate Houses, Development Organizations, Research
Institutions, Academic Bodies with which XIDAS has been
undertaking various social engineering, Implementation,
Evaluations, Consulting, Trainings, Research, Academic and
Policy Level Deliberations and Other Extension activities are as
follows:
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Asian Development Bank
Berhampur University
BILANCE, Belgium
Broederlijk Delen, Brussels, Belgium
Carborandum Universal Ltd. (Murugappa)
CARITAS India, New Delhi
CASA, New Delhi
Catholic Relief Services
CBM, Bangalore
Coal India Ltd.
CORDAID, Belgium
Core Carbon X, Hyderabad
DFID, UK
IIFM, Bhopal
IIPS, Mumbai
Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.
Indo -Global Social Service Society (IGSSS), New Delhi.
IRMA, Anand
Madhya Pradesh Tourism
Manos Unidas, Spain
Ministry of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, Madhya
Pradesh
Hindustan Power Project Ltd.
M.P. Jesuit Province
MPPTCL, Jabalpur
NALSAR University, Hyderabad
Narmada Gelatines Ltd.
National Institute of Urban Governance and Management,
(NIGUM, Bhopal)
NIRD, Hyderabad
NTPC Ltd.
Power Grid Corporation Ltd.
Rajiv Gandhi Watershed Mission
RDTT, Mumbai
Reliance Infrastructure Ltd.
Rural Spark, Netherlands
Sambalpur Social Service Society
Sambalpur University
SDTT, Mumbai
Security Printing and Minting Corporation of India
Sight Savers International (SSI), UK
SIRD, Jabalpur
UNICEF
Water Aid
Welspun Energy Ltd.
St. Joseph's College, Darjeeling
Xavier Institiute of Social Service, Ranchi
XLRI
Conferences held at XIDAS
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International Conference on Sustainable Development (ICSD)
2014
Sponsors: CBM
Co-Sponsors: XLRI, Security Printing and Minting Corporation India
Ltd, Madhya Pradesh Tourism, Coal India Ltd.
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International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility
(ICCSR) – 2012
Sponsors: Tata Steel, CASA and Indian Oil Corporation
Co-Sponsors: Murugapa Group, Narmada Gelatines Ltd.
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Workshop on Eco-spirituality and Management (2011)
National Seminar on Impact, Adaptation and Mitigation of
Climate Change (2010)
National Seminar on Management Education (2009)
National Seminar on Corporate Social Responsibility (2008)
National Seminar on Change Management (2008)
National Seminar on Organic Farming (2007)
National Seminar on Ecotourism and Sustainable Development
(2007)
National Seminar on Rehabilitation of Displaced People (2006)
National Seminar on Self Help Group (2005)
National Seminar on Micro Finance for Poor (2003)
National Seminar on Water Down the Bridge (2002)
Publications
'Vikas Vani Journal' is the quarterly journal which invites articles
from the area of sustainable development from India and abroad.
The journal also publishes book reviews of the relevant books.
'XIVANI' is the Institute’s bi-annual newsletter.
The Institute is actively engaged in the publication of books.
Ÿ Corporate Social Responsibility in the New Millennium, EditorRanjit Tigga, Mehul Chauhan (2014)
Ÿ Eradicating Human Misery, Editor- Sebasti L. Raj, Bernard
Bara, Mehul Chauhan, A. Abraham (2008)
Ÿ Ecotourism and Sustainable Development, Editor - Sebasti L.
Raj, Uma C. Saha (2008)
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Programmes Offered
PGDM and PGDM-Rural Management
Introduction
Structure of Academic Administration
All academic programmes of the Institute are governed by the Dean
of Academics Office and rules and regulations approved by the
Academic Council of the Institute. A definite time schedule is set and
approved by the Dean’s Office for various academic activities,
through an academic calendar issued to each student at the
beginning of the academic year. The Academic Council of the
Institute in consultation with leaders in industry and academia
revisits and recommends appropriate revisions/ modification/
improvements as and when required.
Academic Calendar Breakup
Academic activities in an academic year are regulated by an
academic calendar approved by the Academic Council and Director
of the Institute. It is mandatory for both students and faculty to
strictly adhere to the academic calendar. Any deviation from the
same is strictly monitored directly by the Office of the Director.
Programme Curriculum
Curriculum
Every academic programme in the Institute has a prescribed course
structure which in general terms is referred to as Course Map (CM).
A Course Map prescribes all the courses, labs, seminars and other
requirements for the programme in which a student is admitted.
Details of the Course Map are updated every semester which also
contains instruction plans proposed by the course instructor and
are made available by the Dean of Academics Office.
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Trimesters
The Institute follows a specialized Credit Based Trimester system for
its Academic Programmes, a break-up of Trimesters is as under.
July – Sep
Trimester I
Oct – Jan
Trimester II
Feb – Apr
Trimester III
May- June
Summer Internship
July – Sep
Trimester IV
Oct – Jan
Trimester V
Feb – April
Trimester VI
Credit Structure
A desirable quantum of academic work is required towards the
award of Post Graduate Diploma in Management programmes
(PGDM and PGDM-RM) of the institute. A student earns credits by
satisfactorily meeting the academic requirements of a mandatory
and/or subscribed/elective course.
PGDM (BM) - 126 Credits
Core Course Credits - 69
Elective Course Credits - 57
PGDM (RM) - 126 Credits
Core Course Credits - 72
Elective Course Credits - 54
Trimester 1
18
Trimester 2
19
Trimester 1
19
Trimester 2
23
Trimester 3
24
Trimester 4
24
Trimester 3
21
Trimester 4
21
Trimester 5
24
Trimester 6
17
Trimester 5
24
Trimester 6
18
The amount of credit associated with a particular course is
dependent upon relative complexity, intellectual challenge, depth
of learning and learner autonomy besides the number of hours of
instruction per week.
A list of core and elective courses with credit assigned for both
PGDM and PGDM (RM) programmes is discussed below.
Major and Minor System of Specialization for PGDM and
PGDM-RM
During the first year of the programme, students are exposed to core
concepts of management in all the basic functional areas. These
core courses lay a strong foundation and help students in
developing a sound understanding of major functional areas of
management.
In the second year, students can choose electives depending upon
the interest, competence and aspirations. Students have a choice
of doing a major and minor specialization. The areas offered under
specialization in the institute are Finance, Marketing and Human
Resources.
Specialization rules
Ÿ 57 credits have to be necessarily earned for specialization.
Ÿ For a major specialization a student must at least earn 35 credits
across final three trimesters of the programme. i.e. Trimester IV, V
& VI.
Ÿ Minimum number of earned credits for a minor specialization is 20
Point & Grading System
Institute follows a well-established and accepted point and grading
system which is described below:
The performance of the students would be evaluated on a ten point
scale with corresponding grade values as mentioned below :
Percentage of Marks Grade
Grade Value/Points
90 and above
A+
9.0-10.0
85 – 89
A
8.5-8.9
80 – 84
A8.0-8.4
75 – 79
B+
7.5-7.9
70 – 74
B
7.0-7.4
65 – 69
B6.5-6.9
60 – 64
C+
6.0-6.4
55 – 59
C
5.5-5.9
50 – 54
C - (Marginal Pass) 5.0-5.4
Below 49
D (Fail)
0
Grade point or grade value for a course is calculated by dividing the
marks obtained (out of 100) in that course by ten.
Grade Point Averages – Trimester Grade Point Average
and Cumulative Grade Point Average
Trimester Grade Point Average (TGPA) is a measure of performance
in a particular trimester while Cumulative Grade Point Average
(CGPA) is a measure of performance up to any specified semester or
end of the programme beginning from the first semester.
Calculation of TGPA
The mathematical formula for calculation of TGPA is
TGPA = ΣCiPi/Σci
Where
C = Course Credit of a course in a semester
P = Grade Point Earned by a Student
i= 1, 2, 3….m, represents the number of courses in a given semester
Calculation of CGPA
The mathematical formula for calculation of CGPA is
CGPA = ΣCjPj/Σcj
C = Course Credit of a course in a semester
P = Grade Point Earned by a Student
i= 1, 2, 3….m, represents the number of courses a student has
passed till that semester
Promotion Scheme
Promotion from the first to second and second to third trimester
would be automatic. But to be promoted to second year, a candidate
should fulfil the following criteria :
a) not have obtained ‘C’ grade in more than four courses;
b) not have obtained ‘C’ and ‘D’ grades in more than four courses;
c) have obtained a minimum of 5.00 CGPA in the first year .
Award of the Diploma
A student to be eligible for the award of the diploma should:
a) complete all courses obtaining at least CGPA 5.00 out of 10.00;
b) not have obtained ‘D’ in more than six courses during the
program, and
c) satisfactorily complete the mandatory summer internship.
Course Map for PGDM Programme
Course
Code
Course Name
BM 1.1
BM 1.2
BM 1.3
BM 1.4
BM 1.5
BM 1.6
Lab 1
Business Statistics
Managerial Communication
Managerial Economics
Organizational Behaviour - I
Accounting for Managers
Marketing Management – I
Business Etiquettes 2
Total Number of Credits
Credits
Prescribed Number
Self
Lecture of Classes Learning
Hr./Week / Week
Hours
3
3
3
2
3
2
3
18
4.5
4.5
4.5
3
4.5
3
2
3
3
3
2
3
2
4.5
6
6
6
4.5
6
4.5
3
2
2
3
3
4.5
3
3
4.5
4.5
3
2
2
3
3
5
4.5
4.5
6
6
3
3
19
4.5
4.5
3
3
6
6
2
2
3
3
2
2
4.5
4.5
2
3
3
3
4.5
3
3
4.5
4.5
4.5
3
4.5
2
3
3
3
6
3
4.5
6
6
6
6
3
24
4.5
3
6
Trimester II
BM 2.1
BM 2.2
BM 2.3
BM 2.4
BM 2.5
BM 2.7
BM 2.8
Business Research Methods
Marketing Management II
Business Ethics & Leadership
Human Resource Management
Introduction to Financial
Management
Management Information System
Macroeconomic Theory & Policy
Total Number of Credits
Trimester III
BM 3.1 Operations Research
BM 3.2 OB – II: Organization Structure
and Design
BM 3.3 Marketing Management – III
BM 3.4 Operations Management
BM 3.5 Strategic Management
BM 3.6 Financial Institutions & Markets
BM 3.7 Employee Relations 3
BM 3.8 Firms, Markets & Global
Dynamics
BM 3.9 Entrepreneurship
Total Number of Credits
9
PGDM Year II
Basket of Electives Under Each Specialization
Trimester IV
BM 4.1 Business Laws
Major Elective 1
Major Elective 2
Major Elective 3
Major Elective 4
Minor Elective 1
Minor Elective 2
Minor Elective 3
3
Credit
may vary
depending
upon the
Elective
chosen
Total Number of Credits
24
4.5
3
6
Prescribed
lecture
hours/
week will
be a
multiplier
of 1.5 for
every credit
No. of
classes/
week =
No. of
credits
X1
selflearning
hours per
week =
prescribed
lecture
hours + 1
hr 30 mins
4.5
3
6
Prescribed
lecture
hours/
week will
be a
multiplier
of 1.5 for
every credit
No. of
classes/
week =
No. of
credits
X1
selflearning
hours per
week =
prescribed
lecture
hours + 1
hr 30 mins
Trimester V
BM 4.1 Innovation and
Sustainability for
Corporates
Major Elective 1
Major Elective 2
Major Elective 3
Major Elective 4
Minor Elective 1
Minor Elective 2
Minor Elective 3
Total Number of Credits
3
TERM IV
SN.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Elective Name
Business Analysis and Valuation
Capital Expenditure Planning and Control
Commercial Banking
Financial Analysis, Planning and Control
Financial Markets
Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
SEBI, Capital Issues & Listing
Options and Futures
Credits
3
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
TERM V
Credit
may vary
depending
upon the
Elective
chosen
24
BM 4.1 Business Laws
Major Elective 1
Major Elective 2
Major Elective 3
Minor Elective 1
Minor Elective 2
Credit
may vary
depending
upon the
Elective
chosen
3
Total Number of Credits
17
1
2
3
4
5
6
Trimester VI
10
FINANCE
4.5
3
6
Prescribed
lecture
hours/
week will
be a
multiplier
of 1.5 for
every credit
No. of
classes/
week =
No. of
credits
X1
selflearning
hours per
week =
prescribed
lecture
hours + 1
hr 30 mins
Behavioural Finance & Financial Planning
Commodities Derivatives Market
Financial Decision Making under
Information Asymmetries
Financial Technical Analysis and
Introduction to Global Intermarket Analysis
Taxation &Fixed Income Securities
International Financial Management
3
3
3
2
3
3
TERM VI
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Equity Research and Fundamental Analysis
Mergers, Acquisition & Corporate Restructuring
Structured Finance
Banking Operations
Enterprise Risk Management
Liability Insurance
Global Insurance Principles and Practices
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Course Map for PGDM-RM Programme
PGDM-RM Year I
Trimester I
Course Course Name
Code
MARKETING
TERM IV
S.N.
1
2
3
4
5
Elective Name
Advertising and Sales Promotion
Business to Business Marketing
Consumer Behaviour
Digital Marketing
Sales and Distribution Management
Credits
3
2
3
2
3
TERM V
1
2
3
4
Product & Brand Management
(Prerequisite course MK402)
Retail Marketing
Marketing Decision Models
Marketing at the Bottom of the Pyramid:
Rural Marketing
3
2
3
3
TERM VI
1
2
3
4
Qualitative Market Research
International Marketing
Marketing for Entrepreneurs
Social Media Marketing
3
3
3
2
HUMAN RESOURCE
TERM IV
S.N.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Elective Name
Labour Laws
Industrial Psychology
Training and Development
Human Resource Development Instruments
Employee Engagement
Human Resource Development &
Compensation Management
Credits
3
3
2
3
2
2
RM 1.1 Research Methods and Statistics
for Development Professionals
RM 1.2 Managerial Communication
RM 1.3 Managerial Economics
RM 1.4 Organizational Behaviour - I
RM 1.5 Accounting for Managers
RM 1.6 Rural Society and
Societal Analysis
RM 1.7 Livelihood Systems and
Approaches
Total Number of Credits
Trimester II
RM 2.1 Development Theory & Practice
RM 2.2 Marketing Management - I
RM 2.3 Business Ethics & Leadership
RM 2.4 Human Resource Management
RM 2.5 Agriculture Production & Farm
Management
RM 2.7 Project Planning & Management
RM 2.8 Macroeconomic Theory & Policy
RM 2.9 Rural Learning & Understanding
(2 weeks Immersion Course with
Grassroot Organizations)
Total Total Number of Credits
Trimester III
RM 3.1 Management Information
Systems
RM 3.2 OB – II: Organization Structure
and Design
RM 3.3 Marketing Management – II
RM 3.4 Operations Management
RM 3.5 Strategic Management
RM 3.6 Agribusiness Management
RM 3.7 Rural Legal Environment
RM 3.9 Social Entrepreneurship
Total Number of Credits
Credits
Prescribed Number
Self
Lecture of Classes Learning
Hr./Week / Week
Hours
3
4.5
3
6
3
3
2
2
3
4.5
4.5
3
3
4.5
3
3
2
2
3
6
6
4.5
4.5
6
3
4.5
3
6
19
3
2
2
3
3
4.5
3
3
4.5
4.5
3
2
2
3
3
6
4.5
4.5
6
6
3
3
4
4.5
3
6
4.5
3
6
Assessment
based upon
Comprehensive
Report and
Viva Voce
23
3
4.5
3
6
2
3
2
4.5
2
2
3
3
3
3
21
3
3
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
2
2
3
3
3
3
4.5
4.5
6
6
6
6
TERM V
1
2
3
4
5
6
Industrial Jurisprudence
Performance Management and Counselling
Competency Mapping and Assessment Centres
Organizational Change and Development
Strategic HRM
International HRM
3
3
3
2
2
3
TERM VI
1
2
3
4
Knowledge Management and
Organizational Learning
Transactional Analysis
HR as Business Partner
Recruitment and Selection
3
3
2
2
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PGDM Year II
Basket of Electives Under
Rural Management Specialization
Trimester IV
RM 4.1 Organizational
3
Credit
Change &
may vary
Development
depending
Elective 1
upon the
Elective 2
Elective
Elective 3
chosen
Elective 4
Elective 5
Elective 6
Minor Elective 3
Total Number of Credits
4.5
3
6
Prescribed
lecture
hours/
week will
be a
multiplier
of 1.5 for
every credit
No. of
classes/
week =
No. of
credits
X1
selflearning
hours per
week =
prescribed
lecture
hours + 1
hr 30 mins
4.5
3
6
Prescribed
lecture
hours/
week will
be a
multiplier
of 1.5 for
every credit
No. of
classes/
week =
No. of
credits
X1
selflearning
hours per
week =
prescribed
lecture
hours + 1
hr 30 mins
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Trimester V
RM 5.1 Corporate Social
3
Credit
Responsibility
may vary
Elective 1
depending
Elective 2
upon the
Elective 3
Elective
Elective 4
chosen
Elective 5
Elective 6
Total Number of Credits
24
Elective Name
Rehabilitation and Resettlement
Rural Marketing
Rural Health Care
Natural Resource Management
Micro Finance
Environmental Responsibility of Businesses
Consulting opportunities with
Development Agencies
Credits
3
2
2
3
2
2
2
TERM V
1
2
3
4
5
Local Governance
Managing Cooperatives
Education for Community
Not for Profit Organizations :
Working Principles and Management
Knowledge Management for
Development Organizations
E-Business for Rural Enterprises
3
3
3
2
2
3
TERM VI
4.5
3
6
Prescribed
lecture
hours/
week will
be a
multiplier
of 1.5 for
every credit
No. of
classes/
week =
No. of
credits
X1
selflearning
hours per
week =
prescribed
lecture
hours + 1
hr 30 mins
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Summer Internship Programme (SIP)
At the end of the First Year, every student will have to go for a Summer
Internship Programme (SIP). The Institute will make the necessary
arrangements for the SIP, with the active participation and collaboration
of the students. Moreover, to carry out this Organizational Training, each
student will be guided by a faculty member. The student is expected to
consult his/her guide regularly. The entire exercise has to be carried out
with seriousness and full concentration, as the performance in the SIP
will have a strong bearing on the placement opportunity of a student. The
total duration of this programme is 08 - 10 weeks.
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S.N.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
6
Trimester VI
RM 6.1 Strategic Issues
3
in Development Credit
Organizations
may vary
depending
Elective 1
upon the
Elective 2
Elective
Elective 3
chosen
Elective 4
Elective 5
Total Number of Credits
TERM IV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Rural Innovations
Public Policy Analysis
Global Reforms and Development
Strategic Issues in Development
Organizations
Women, Gender & Health
Social Determinants of Health
Economics of Development
2
3
3
2
2
2
2
Exposure Visits
All students will be given opportunities for exposure visits to
rural areas as well as to industrial units. The first exposure
visit (Rural Exposure) will be organized during the First Year
and the second exposure visit (Industrial Exposure) will be
organized in the Second Year. The students will be taken in
specialization groups for these exposures. All expenses of
exposure visits will be borne by the student/s.
The Medium of Instruction
The medium of instruction for the PGDM and PGDM-RM
courses is English.
Placement
On successful completion of their studies, the
outgoing students of PGDM and PGD-RM will be
provided with adequate placement assistance.
Corporates
XIDAS is highly thankful to all the Companies,
Development and Academic/ Research Institutions
which have provided a platform to its alumni to render
their services.
Development Organisations
ACCESS Development Services
Anapurna Microfinance
Asha for Education
Azim Premji Foundation
Bandhan Microfinance
Bhartiya Jan Utthan
CAPART
CASA
CURE India
HMS Agro Protein Ltd.
IPE Global
NATIVE Development Services
Pradan
Pratham
Priya
Rajiv Gandhi Watershed Mission
Sahayata Micro Finance Ltd.
SIDBI
Smile Foundation
Srijan
State Institute of Rural
Development
Udyogani
UNDP
Vardan Sales Agro Corporation
Vidya Bhawan Society – ILSGRC
World Vision India
WOTR
Reliance Foundation
Academic/Research
Institutions
IIM, Ahmedabad
IIM, Calcutta (Kolkata)
IIM, Bodhgaya
NALSAR, Hyderabad
ACC Limited
Aditya Birla Group
Airtel
Aksh Optifiber Ltd.
AXIS Bank Ltd
AZKET E-Intelligence, USA
Bajaj Capital Ltd.
Capgemini
Concur Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd.
Corporation Bank
Cyberoam Inc.
Delloit
DENA Bank
E-Meditek
EOK Technologies
Ericsson
First Source Advisors Pvt. Ltd.
Flipkart
FSMF
Fujitsu Consulting India
Future Generali India
GATI KWE
Genpact
Global Edge Software Ltd.
Glodyne Techno Service Pvt Ltd
Google
HAPBCO Pvt. Ltd.
HCL Technologies Ltd.
HDFC Bank
ICICI Securities
Indiamart
International Papers
IPE Global
Janlakshmi Finance
Jayaswal Neco Industries Pvt. Ltd
Jindal Steel and Power Limited
Jockey
John Deere India Pvt. Ltd.
Kenisis Management Consultant
L & T Ltd.
Lanxes India Pvt. Ltd.
Luxottica India
Mahindra & Mahindra Pvt. Ltd.
Hindustan Power Project Ltd.
MPS Group of Companies
Muthoot Finance Ltd.
NMC Healthcare
Optymyze
R Kay Group
Randstad India Ltd.
REVE System
Seasia InfoTech
Shahi Export Pvt. Ltd.
SHARP Business System India
Shriram Motor Insurance
Singhal Steel and Power Ltd
SNL Financial
Stock Holding Corporation Pvt. Ltd.
Tata Teleservices Ltd.
Tata Yazaki Autocomp Limited
TCS Pvt. Ltd.
Ultra Tech Cement
Wipro
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Admission Procedure
Eligibility
The minimum requirement for admission to the PGDM and PGDM-Rural
Management course is a three-year Bachelor's degree in any discipline recognized
by the Association of Indian Universities. Interested candidates should have
obtained these Degree with an aggregate of at least 50% in the case of candidates
from the general category and 45% in the case of candidates from the categories of
ST, SC and OBC.
Qualifying Entrance Tests
Xavier Institute is an Associate Member of XAT, MAT and ATMA for the National Level
Entrance Tests. Students with CAT, CMAT or MPMET score of the relevant year are
also eligible for admission.
Applications
The downloaded Application Form should be filled in completely and submitted to
the Dean's Office of the Institute, along with the required processing fee of Rs.
1000/- and other documents as indicated in the Application Form. The Demand
Draft for Rs. 1000/ should be drawn in favour of XIDAS, payable at Jabalpur. A
Candidate can also fill the application form online though the link given at the
website (www.xidas.in) in which processing fee can be paid online and the other
documents should be sent to the Admissions Office by government speed post only.
Internal Tests
The short-listed candidates will be called for Group Discussion, Personal Interviews
and English language test, before they are finally selected for admission. All these
tests also carry merit points that will be taken into account while deciding the
capability of a candidate.
Special Merits
Candidates belonging to the categories of SC, ST, OBC and Christian minority along
with those with relevant work experience, and women candidates from all
categories will be given special merit points in the admission procedure.
Admission Fee and Final Admission
As soon as the list of selected candidates is declared, each selected candidate has
to deposit Rs. 10,000 within 10 days as non-refundable admission fee, to confirm
his/her provisional admission. The full fee for Trimester should be paid within three
weeks after the provisional admission list is announced. Only those candidates who
pay both the non-refundable admission fee and the full fee of the First Trimester will
be granted final admission. Those who fail to pay the fees within the stipulated
period are liable to lose the chance of getting admission. The subsequent Trimester
fees have to be paid 15 days in advance before the commencement of respective
Trimester.
Documents
The Admission Policy
All admissions will be based on the Institute's
Admission System, which includes the following:
Qualifying Degree Marks, National Level Entrance
Test Score, English Language Capability, Institute's
Group Discussion and Personal Interview.
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The following documents are mandatory while submitting the
application form:
1) Class X - Certificate and Mark sheet
2) Class XII - Certificate and Mark sheet
3) Graduation - Certificate and Mark sheet of each semester/year
4) Migration Certificate
5) Domicile Certificate
6) Entrance Score Card of XAT/ CAT/MAT/ATMA/CMAT/ MPMET
respectively.
7) Photographs of the candidate and candidate's Guardian
8) Certificate for any other proficiency and achievement
9) Caste Certificate
10) Provisional / Degree Certificates, as applicable
Fee Structure
Fee for PGDM (Finance, Human Resource, Marketing) 2016-18
I
II
III
IV
V
72000
4000
76000
72000
4000
76000
VI
Total
A. Core Academic Fee
Tuition Fee
Examination Fee
Sub Total
72000 72000 72000
4000
4000
4000
76000 76000 76000
72000 432000
4000 24000
76000 456000
B. Others Fee
Alumni Membership Convocation Fee Placement Assistance Fee
Development Fee
Sub Total
3500
700
4200
3500
700
4200
3500
700
4200
1500
2000
3500
700
7700
Library, journal (Print & Electronic) 2500
2500
2500
Computer Facilities
2500
2500
2500
Internet and Wi-fi
2000
2000
2000
Extracurricular Activities
350
350
350
In house Doctor Consultation
350
350
350
Electricity, Generator, A/C
5600
5600
5600
Gym and Sports Faculties
1350
1350
1350
Sub Total
14650 14650 14650
2500
2500
2000
350
350
5600
1350
14650
2500
2500
2000
350
350
5600
1350
14650
2500
2500
2000
350
350
5600
1350
14650
94850
6000
6000
98350 578600
3500
700
4200
3500
700
4200
1500
2000
21000
4200
28700
15000
15000
12000
2100
2100
33600
8100
87900
C. Special Service Fee
D. Refundable Fee
Caution money
Sub Total
Grand Total
6000
6000
100850 94850 94850
94850
Fee for PGDM-Rural Management 2016-18
I
II
III
IV
V
62000
4000
66000
62000
4000
66000
VI
Total
A. Core Academic Fee
Tuition Fee
Examination Fee
Sub Total
62000 62000 62000
4000
4000
4000
66000 66000 66000
62000 372000
4000 24000
66000 396000
B. Others Fee
Alumni Membership Convocation Fee Placement Assistance Fee
Development Fee
Sub Total
3500
700
4200
3500
700
4200
3500
700
4200
1500
2000
3500
700
7700
Library, journal (Print & Electronic) 2500
2500
2500
Computer Facilities
2500
2500
2500
Internet and Wi-fi
2000
2000
2000
Extracurricular Activities
350
350
350
In house Doctor Consultation
350
350
350
Electricity, Generator, A/C
5600
5600
5600
Gym and Sports Faculties
1350
1350
1350
Sub Total
14650 14650 14650
2500
2500
2000
350
350
5600
1350
14650
2500
2500
2000
350
350
5600
1350
14650
2500
2500
2000
350
350
5600
1350
14650
84850
6000
6000
88350 518600
3500
700
4200
3500
700
4200
1500
2000
21000
4200
28700
15000
15000
12000
2100
2100
33600
8100
87900
C. Special Service Fee
D. Refundable Fee Caution money
Sub Total
Grand Total
6000
6000
90850 84850 84850
84850
Bank Loan
a) To enable the student to obtain an
education bank loan a letter from the
Institute will be issued stating that the
student has been admitted to the two
years PGDM Course and is bonafide
student of the institute.
b) The Institute will not be responsible
for obtaining loan from any bank
(financial institution) and it will be the
responsibility of the student to obtain
a letter ensuring repayment of the
loan taken from the bank (financial
institution).
Refunding of the Fees
In case the admission is withdrawn
or the admission is cancelled for
whatever reason prior the closing of
admissions, the total fee amount
(except the non-refundable
Admission Fee) will be refunded after
deducting the processing fee of Rs.
1100/-. However, if the admission is
withdrawn or is cancelled for
whatever reason after the admission
is closed, then the fee amount would
be refunded after deducting an
amount against number of classes
attended as per the AICTE rules as
well as hostel fee for the period of
stay.
Hostel Fee 2016-18 for PGDM & PGDM-RM
Types of Room
Single Room
Single Room
Two Bedded Room
Women Two Bedded Room
Three Bedded Room
Four Bedded Room
Men
Facilities
Toilet Attached
Common Toilet
Common Toilet
Toilet Attached
Toilet Attached
Toilet Attached
I
13600
11000
8700
12000
10000
8000
II
13600
11000
8700
12000
10000
8000
III
13600
11000
8700
12000
10000
8000
IV
13600
11000
8700
12000
10000
8000
V
13600
11000
8700
12000
10000
8000
VI
13600
11000
8700
12000
10000
8000
Total
81600
66000
52200
72000
60000
48000
Note: Students availing mess services will have to pay an amount of approximately Rs. 15000 per term (3 months)
to mess contractor (Applicable to both PGDM & PGDM-RM).
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Scholarships
A total of Rs. 54 Lakhs have been provided as
scholarships for Students pursuing PGDM &
PGDM-RM at XIDAS. Fr. Michael Van den
Bogaert, SJ, scholarship for PGDM amounting to
Rs. 36 lakhs and Fr. Karel Van Besouw, SJ,
scholarship for PGDM-Rural Management
amounting to Rs. 18 lakhs are available on merit
cum means (economically weaker sections) basis.
1. A flat scholarship of Rs. 60,000/- will be given
as partial waiver towards academic fee to 60
selected students pursuing PGDM.
2. A flat scholarship of Rs. 30,000/- will be given
as partial waiver towards academic fee to 60
selected students pursuing PGDM-Rural
Management.
N.B. :
(1) Other terms and conditions as applicable, for
details refer www.xidas.in
(2) Both the scholarship will be spread equally
across all trimesters.
Fr. Michael Van den Bogaert, SJ
(16-10-1938 - 31-08-2009)
Fr. Michael Van den Bogaert, SJ (Founder, XIDAS),
a true lover of rural India aspired to train the
managers in Rural Management and
Development. He is popularly known as
Institutional Builder. He has moulded and shaped
Managers with ethics contributing towards
Sustainable Corporate Growth.
Fr. Karel Van Besouw, SJ
(24.03.1929 - 16.09.2015)
Fr. Karel Van Besouw, SJ (Founder of RAHA,
BALWADI, GRIHNI Schools and RVTC Kerakachar).
He build a number of dispensaries. He also
developed the concept of Balwadi (elementary)
education for the little children (later government
adopted it as Aganwadi). His unique initiative is
the Grihni School for the illiterate village women
and young girls and the establishment of Rural
Vocational Training Centre (RVTC) at Kerakachar
are some of the milestones in service towards
humanity.
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Faculty
Faculty members are said to be “the pillars” of any institute of higher education and research. XIDAS prides itself on a strong faculty base
both full time and visiting that is committed to build managerial expertise of our graduates in all the functions of business. The key research
areas pursued by the faculty members are – sustainability in organization, corporate social responsibility, natural resource management,
livelihood studies, etc.
Alfred Toppo, S.J.
Jogendra Pathak
Visiting Faculty
Ph.D.* PGDRM (XIMB); PGDHR
(IIHR); MARD (IGNOU)
PhD (Rural Dev.), PGDM-RR, DSE
(EDII Ahmedabad)
Lodwijk Berlage
A.K. Banerjee
Mehul Chauhan
Kamna Michael
Ph. D; MBA; CAIIB; M. Sc.
Ph. D.* MBA (Rural
Management); M Com
PGDM (HRM)
Ph. D. (Economics.) KUL;
Belgium
Geert Loosevelt
Chartered Accountant
Amritlal Toppo, S.J.
Namrata Vasudeo Jasrotia
M. Th. (Rome)
Ph.D. (Management); MBA
(Finance & Marketing),
Ashok Lakra, S.J.
Nivedita Abraham
MCA (Loyola College, Chennai),
M.A. Philosophy
Ankit Khare
MBA (Rural Management); M Com
Ph.D.* MBA(RM); PGDFM;
M.Com(Mkt.); PGDHRM
Binod Toppo, S.J.
MBA (Rural Management)
Bipin K. Kujur, S.J.
MSW (Mumbai)
Cecil Anthony
M.Phil. (Eco.); PGDBA (HR),
M.Com (Mkt.); MA (Eco.); LLB
Fulchandra Kujur, S.J.
Malcolm Harper
Gyanendra Tripathi
Ph. D.; Nairobi
Ph. D.; MBA (HR), MA
(Economics), M Com
Ph.D.* MBA (HRM); M.Com
Rob Embrechts
Sunil Simon
Pawan Paharia
Ph. D. University of Antwerp;
Belgium
M. Tech.
N. L. Idnani
MBA
Sanjay Kujur, S.J.
M.Com
Sebastian Lakra, S.J.
MBA (Rural Management)
Vincent Ekka, S.J.
Ph.D.*, M.Phil. M.A. (Sociology)
Brig. V. K. Trivedi (Retd.)
BE; M. Tech; PGDM; Dip SME
Management, (Israel)
MSW (Mumbai)
Uma Chatterjee Saha
Jyoti Raman Jha
PhD (Demography); M.Sc.; MPS;
NET-UGC
Ph.D. (Rural Development)
Ph. D.; KUL; Belgium
Anil Agrawal
Ph. D. (Agriculture)
R. C. Swarnkar
Ph. D. (Anthropology)
Satyendra C. Pandey
Fellow (XIMB)*, PGDM
Pinaki Nandan Pattnaik
MBA (IB) (University of
Saskatchewan, Canada &
M.Com (Gold Medallist)
MBA (Marketing)
(Maastricht School of
Management, Netherlands);
Ph.D. (NLU, Odisha)
Vivek Vincent Das
Rishi Tripathi
MBA (Finance)
Arun Ramesh Joshi
Ph. D.
Manisha Garg
Ph. D.
Dilip Mazumdar
PGDM, XISS
*Pursuing/ Submitted
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Campus Life at XIDAS
Life at XIDAS is a dynamic combination of pedagogy and
extracurricular activities which include Lectures, Management
games, cultural festivals, Guest lectures, Symposiums,
International Conferences, Seminars and Student Workshops
Sports Meets, Henosis, Yoga session, Aerobic session and handson Culture etc. There is a strong bond that the students develop with
each other over the period of time they spend at the Institute. XIDAS
firmly believes in fostering a spirit of cooperation among its students
and this is what makes it unique among others. The spirit to
compete academically is encouraged, while ensuring that this
retains a positive edge.
All newcomers to the Institute are assisted to acclimatize and have a
sense of belonging with their peers, on campus. Despite a rigorous
academic curriculum, students have diverse avenues to express
themselves through an assortment of cultural and extracurricular
activities. XIDAS culture is a perfect blend of work and play and
students of all terms are actively promoted to showcase their
talents and skills. Being a residential program the seniors and
juniors work in close cooperation and share a strong bond that goes
on to create an effective alumni network over time.
Being a Jesuit Institution XIDAS gives paramount importance to
ethics, environment and social responsibility.
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Rules and Regulations:
1. If a student admitted to the Institute is found to have given
any false information his/ her admission will be cancelled and
fees will not be refunded.
2. Cost of Application fee once paid is non – refundable.
3. Those who are given provisional admission due to
non–declaration of their graduation result are required to
submit the mark sheets by August 31, 2016, failing which the
candidate will cease to be a student of the Institute. In such
case, security deposit alone will be refunded.
4. A student should observe all the rules and regulations,
framed from time to time by the Institute. Breach of any of these
may render him/her liable for penalty under the rules and /or
expulsion from the Institute.
5. This admission procpectus is applicable for admission 2016
only. The Institute reserves the right to alter the course content
of the programmes, rules and regulations, teaching schedule,
fees payable, living charges and/or any other matter pertaining
to its working. All matters of dispute will be subjected to the
legal Jurisdiction of Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh and all are to be
raised within one month of the declaration of the admission
results. The Director’s decision will be deemed as final in all
such matters.
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Icons Shaping Global Future @ XIDAS
Dr. Anagha Mahajani
DGM, Ambuja Cement
Foundation, Mumbai
Dr. Sanjeev Jain
RS, IOC, MPSO
Bhopal
Dr. Fr. Alex Ekka, S.J. Dr. Fr. Walter Fernandes
Dr. Jayant Kumar
Dr. P.C. Mahapatra
Dr. R.C. Swarankar
Director, XISS, Ranchi
Director, NESRC
Head of Programmes Head, Family & CD Initiatives Head Social Safeguard
Guhwati, Assam
CASA, New Delhi
TSRDS (Tata Steel Ltd.), Asian Development Bank
Jamshedpur
New Delhi
H.E. Aloys Rubuka
Ms. Lorraine Lobo
Dr. Sara Varughese
H.E Dr. Genet Zewdie
Regional Director
Ambassador of Ethiopia Ambassador, Burundi M.L.A, Madhya Pradesh
New Delhi
Legislative Assembly
CBM SARO, Bangalore
New Delhi
Ms. Maricou
First Secretary,
Embassy to the
Kingdom of Belgium in India
Ms. Poonam Ben Jat Ms. Ranu Kulshreshta Prof. Deepak K. Behera Prof. Girish Agrawal Prof. Lodewijik Berlage Prof. Malcom Harper
M.P. Kutch, Gujarat CSR, Head, Moser Baer
Vice Chancellor
IRMA, Anand, Gujarat KU, Leuven, Belgium
United Kingdom
Group, New Delhi
Berhampur University
Prof. Tata L. Raghuram Prof. William Thron
XLRI, Jamshedpur
Marquette University
U.S.A.
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Mr. Charly Poppe
First Secretary
Shri Dinesh Agrawal
General Manager
Embassy to the Kingdom
of Belgium in India
NTPC Ltd., New Delhi
Shri Anthony JC De Sa Shri Biren Ramesh Bhutta Late Shri Ishwar Das Rohani
IAS, Chief secretary,
Chief, CSR, Tata Steel Speaker of Vidhan Sabha
Govt. of Madhya Pradesh
LTD. Jamshedpur
Madhya Pradesh.
Shri Kushal Neogy Shri Niranjan Khatri
Director, Partnership GM, Welcome Environ
& Capacity Building,
CRS, Lucknow
ITC Ltd, New Delhi
Shri O.P Rawat Shri Ramakant Tiwari
Secretary, Dept. of CEO, Mahan Coal Field
Public Enterprise
Govt. of India
Singrauli
Shri A. B. Haldar
G.M. , TLCMP
NTPC Ltd, Raigarh
Shri Saju M.K.
Manager
CARITAS, India
XIDAS
Board of
Governors
Fr. Kalyanus Minj, S.J.
Fr. Amritlal Toppo, S.J.
President
Provincial Superior,
M.P. Jesuits, Bilaspur
Vice-President
Administrator
XIDAS, Jabalpur
Fr. Alfred Toppo, S.J.
Fr. Ashok Lakra, S.J.
Member Secretary
Director, XIDAS, Jabalpur
Treasurer
Treasurer, XIDAS, Jabalpur
Prof. Mehul Chauhan Fr. Jai Prakash Toppo, S.J.
Member
Dean, XIDAS, Jabalpur
Member
Hostel Warden,
XIDAS, Jabalpur
Bishop Gerald Almeida
Dr. Arun Ramesh Joshi
Member
Catholic Diocese of
Jabalpur
Member
Director, ASADS, Bhopal
Dr. Jayant Kumar
Prof. Girish Agrawal
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Head of Programme
CASA, New Delhi
Member
Professor, IRMA, Anand
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Dean's Office
Xavier Institute of Development Action and Studies (XIDAS)
4th Mile, Mandla Road, Tilhari, Jabalpur (M.P.) 482 021
Tel. : +91-761-2602483, 2601091, Fax : +91-761-2606341
Mobile : +91-9977064882, +91-9425162879
E-mail : admission@ximj.ac.in
xavierinstitute@ximj.ac.in
Website : www.xidas.in
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