XLRI Jamshedpur is one of the top B-Schools in India. Students from XLRI Jamshedpur have been National winners in 11 corporate competitions such as Aditya Birla Group ETYL B-School Edition, HUL IT Reboot, Amazon ACE Challenge, CRISIL Young Thought Leader (CYTL), The P&G CEO Challenge, EYQ and many many more. Read more about the competitions and fests organized at XLRI Jamshedpur ( https://dare2compete.com/c/xavier-school-of-management-xlri-jamshedpur-2826 ) to get a better idea of the life of students at the campus.
What it means to be a part of summer internship placements
For those looking for what an MBA life and life at XLRI particularly entails, here is an article I have written on insideiim
More than 2 years out of campus. Full into the corporate life now.
All that remains of XL in our lives are the friends and the memories :)
Degree only comes of use when switching jobs, college name only brings up eyebrows when introducing yourself to new people.
But those memories, oh those memories. Everything was worth it.
For anyone contemplating whether an MBA is worth it. Cant be too sure, but is XLRI worth it? A B S O L U T E L Y 👍
It's been almost 4 years since I visited this thread...was fondly reminiscing my days at the campus...was waitlisted at 77 to start with...anxiety had reached it's zenith till the firm offer came about 5 years from now(10-Jun-11)...it was a dream thereafter...corporate world is a bitch, makes you miss XL even more...if only I could be at XL for another few years with the same 240 people...if...love you XL
Kaushik -Class of 2013
It's amazing to come to pagalguy after such a long time. I remember being here before XL, during XL and now 9 months after XL.
Life after XL is nice. Work is hectic but having XL friends in your company and city helps a lot.
No matter how hectic the office, how depressing a new city, how far away from your college mates, a single song brings it all rushing back.
Meri Jaan, XL Meri Jaan.
Oh and with this year's buddy system for Junior's SIP, we are well and truly on the other side now.
The Independence Day celebrations in XLRI also saw the celebration of the spirit of sports as XLRI JamshedpurI, IIT Kharagpur and NIT Jamshedpur battled it out on the field for the Independence Cup. Competing across various sports like Badminton, Cricket, TT, Tennis, Basketball, Volleyball, Chess and Football, the participants enthused an environment of fun and energy on the campus.
"Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn."
As all teams put in their best, the essence of this statement stood out. While some returned with the flavor of victory, others with experiences and memories.