Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI), Jamshedpur Campus Facilities
XLRI Campus Facilities
The Xavier Labour Relations Institute was founded by Father Quinn Enright in 1949 in the city of Jamshedpur near the premises of the Tata Iron and Steel Company as one of the first management academies in India.
The Jesus Society, over the years, have taken care of the college and have ensured that the XLRI campus is always fitted with the up-to-date infrastructural features.
Some of the Xavierian infrastructural features are inscribed below:
The Sir Jehangir Ghandy Library
The Sir Jehangir Ghandy Library came into existence in 1949 and has been an integral part of XLRI Jamshedpur campus ever since the institute’s inception. As of 2019, the library houses nearly 68,718 books, 16,806 back volumes of journals, 65 international and national print journals, 35 e-databases and 1,230 online journals.
XLRI Academic Block
The academic building block has an examination hall, syndicate rooms and air-conditioned classrooms. All of this is connected to the campus-wide network. The building houses 12 cutting-edge classrooms with multimedia support.
The Computer Centre
The Computer Centre consists of a number of smaller laboratories. The building houses the latest serves for hosting hundreds of application programmes. There are 150 PCs available all with unbound access to the internet. Stationery requirements like printing, photocopying and scanning facilities are all available.
The Student Residential facilities consist of four XLRI hostel blocks. Two blocks for women and two for men. Each XLRI Jamshedpur hostel’s block has provisions for 400 rooms. The rooms are equipped with basic necessities such as electricity, phones, internet, water filters, coolers and common rooms.
XLRI Sporting Facilities
Sporting facilities for XLRI students include a grass laden football field, tennis courts, basketball courts and gymnasiums all fitted to international benchmarks.