The college is named in honour of St. Francis Xavier, a revolutionary Roman Catholic missionary who pioneered the spreading of Catholicism in India. He is a real testament to what one person can accomplish when filled with the fire of the Holy Spirit, true compassion for the suffering, and a thirst for souls. In his passion for spreading the gospel, in his simple obedience, in his humble disregard for himself, the saint was a near perfect imitation of Christ. An epitome of true devotion and solemn commitment, he is a paragon of altruism to be emulated for the youth of all ages.
DBT sponsored hands-on workshop on ‘Foldscope as an education tool’ for high school students and teachersRead More
Academic Support Programme for UG students - International WorkshopRead More
International Seminar on ‘Informal Sectors in the Economy : Pertinent Issues ’ on 9th& 10th August 2018 organised by Department of EconomicsRead More