Perpetuating the Vision, St. Xavier’s College for Women has constantly preserved and effused Goodness and Truth in its endeavour to impart qualitative higher education for women. This educational establishment has been instrumental in moulding thousands of truly educated girls. The Xavarian campus life proffers the students with an enlivening ambiance inducing them to be not only physically fit, but intellectually well equipped; nor merely cultured and refined but thoroughly schooled and disciplined. Thus the college contributes to transform young girls to be women of quality and to be leaders in all walks of life so that they may radiate in the cultural and social horizons By catering to a student population that hails from rural and semi urban background, special efforts are taken to valuate them at the entry level to gauge their potential and to achieve possible level of competence. Confidence is infused into them through a number of personality development programmes and seminars. In order to make them aware of effective role in society and social responsibility, a number of community related programmes are organized.
Value education is rendered through spiritual formation sessions. Efforts are taken to foster harmonious relationship and sense of relatedness to the environment and to make them aware of current environmental hazards.Through the academic community consisting of faculty, staff and students the college create, integrate, and disseminate knowledge, and foster in the students critical thinking and other intellectual skills along with the attitudes and abilities that enable them to live as educated, tolerant, and empowered leaders disseminating values to the society. Every young woman with a receptive mind finds her life in the campus a rewarding and stimulating experience. The legacy of St. Xavier inspires the young women to cherish traditional values and at the same time to be empowered to meet the challenges of a fast changing world.
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