Are you wondering who is the ideal XLRI Jamshedpur student? Hoping to convert your call with XLRI, but wondering what the institute looks for? Meet Fr. P. Christie (Director, XLRI Jamshedpur) and Dr. Ashis K. Pani (Dean of Academics, XLRI Jamshedpur), as they discuss the finer points of the brand that is XLRI. From describing the ideal XLRI student to underlining the major difference between CAT & XAT, the 2 academicians speak candidly about it all. If you want to know what forms the DNA of one of the oldest and reputed b-schools in India, this is a must-watch for you.
In this video, Dr. Ashis K. Pani and Fr. Christie share the qualities that an ideal XLRI student is likely to posses - from decision making to perseverance. They outline the major differences between CAT and XAT, and share that XLRI values individuals who are strong decision-makers. Next, they touch upon the topic of diversity and how XLRI encourages inclusion. Dr. Ashis shares that diversity breeds excellence in the classroom and is therefore valued.
Next, they discuss reservations at XLRI. Fr. Christie shares how XLRI encourages people from tribal areas and marginalized sections of society to study further by offering scholarships. They touch upon XLRI being located in Jamshedpur, and how the challenge of being in a remote location is solved by the institute. They talk about offering digital solutions to solve the problem of distance. They discuss video conferencing as a solution for improving the learning experience.
Dr. Ashis talks about how the virtual interactive learning facility at XLRI manages to educate 4-5000 students every year. Fr. Christie touches upon the changes in the MBA programs and the way they're taught. Finally, they talk about recruiters at XLRI, and what they look at and why XLRI is a preferred institute for recruiters. Finally, Dr. Ashis shares why the HRM program at XLRI is considered the best in Asia. If you want to know what it takes to start your career from XLRI, this is a must-watch.
1. An ideal XLRI student has good decision-making ability, logical reasoning, communication skills, perseverance, and ethical value systems.
2. XLRI focuses on a student's decision-making ability which is tested through XAT, majorly deviating from CAT.
3. Diversity is important because, in the classroom, students from different academic backgrounds bring different perspectives and angles.
4. Institutes like XLRI, located in remote areas utilize technology to bridge the gap.
5. Even if you do not get into XLRI for any reason, you can have access to their virtual interactive learning courses
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