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Xavier School of Human Resource Management
MBA/PGDM Admissions 2023

1 courses 2 years
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  • Undergraduate Degree with 55% aggregate
  • Accepting Exams: XAT, CAT, NMAT, X-GMT

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DatesUpcoming Events
1 Aug '23 - 10 Oct '23
NMAT 2023 Registration WindowOngoing
25 Oct '23 - 26 Nov '23
CAT 2023 admit card download
26 Nov '23
CAT 2023 exam
15 Jul '23 - 30 Nov '23
XAT 2024 Exam registrationOngoing
20 Aug '23 - 8 Dec '23
XIM University MBA registration (for admission basis exams other than XGMT)Ongoing
DatesPast Events
2 Aug '23 - 21 Sep '23
CAT 2023 registration
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Xavier School of Human Resource Management
Students Ratings & Reviews

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Placement Review IconPlacements3.9
Infrastructure Review IconInfrastructure4.5
Faculty Review IconFaculty & Course4
Crowd Review IconCampus Life4.3
Money Review IconValue for Money3.4
Alka Shrivastava Verified Icon
MBA in Human Resource Management - Batch of 2021
4Placements4Infrastructure3Faculty4Crowd & Campus Life3Value for Money
Good faculty, decent placements but has a potential to do better.
Placements: In the final placements for the 2018-2020 batch 124 students had participated in the placement process. The highest package offered was 22.47 lacs, the lowest was 8.5 lacs. Top recruiters included firms from the manufacturing sector and IT sector. Mean CTC was 12.87 lacs and median CTC was 12.09 lacs. For the summer internships of 2019-21 batch the highest stipend offered was 2 lacs, the median was 85K and average was 90K.
Infrastructure: The infrastructure is amazing. The classrooms are well-equipped with the latest technical tools. Wi-Fi is accessible anywhere within the campus. Library is equipped with all the books, journals, magazines, newspapers ( Mint, Hindu, Business Standard, TOI, Economic times) and we also have 4 bloomberg terminals. There is a provision for single rooms and twin sharing rooms. The rooms are spacious, however, there is no RO purifier in the hostels which is the reason why many people fall sick. The mess has options for meal and ala care and there is night mess available tim 2 AM. The food like any other hostel is average. Medical service is available, doctor is present there every evening and there is a sick room available as well. Recently, the international center was inaugurated. It has dedicated badminton court and a basketball court. The college has a huge basketball court, 2 gymnasiums, tennis court and badminton court and a football ground.
Faculty: Some of the faculty members are extremely qualified. We have visiting faculty members from XLRI as well. Also, XIMB faculty members visit the new campus to teach HR students. There are amazing learning opportunities here. Except some, there are some industry leaders who conduct workshops and classes in the second year that gives better insights into how the industry works.
Other: I chose the course because I wanted to pursue a specialised course in HRM and the course structure and design of XAHR is in accordance with SHRM. I wish that the school gets accredited soon. Also, the dean in trying to rope in better faculty members this academic year. We have our annual fest Xamboree, there are a lot of committees which students can join to keep themselves engaged and add value. You will make some amazing friends here, the crowd is curious and competitive. The campus is huge, amazing and the city is around 18kms. There is a bus stop right outside the campus, from where you can get a bus to the city every half an hour. You can also track the bus via an app called MObus.
Reviewed on 18 Apr 2020Read More
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MANOJ DASHVerified Icon
MBA in Human Resource Management - Batch of 2021
4Placements5Infrastructure4Faculty4Crowd & Campus Life4Value for Money
It is a decent college with a good record.
Placements: I am from 2019-2021 batch. As per the placements report of this year, i.e., 2019, all 123 students got placed. Varied profiles are offered related to human capital consulting, talent acquisitions, learning development, etc. The highest salary package was offered by DE Shaw, i.e., 28 LPA, while the average salary package offered was around 12.5 LPA. The top recruiting companies of our course are Reliance, Deloitte, Arcesium, Tata Steel, etc. All the first-year students also got placed with an average salary of Rs. 72,000 per month. Above mentioned companies only visit here for SIP.
Infrastructure: The infrastructure of our college is world-class, and it is a fully digitalised campus. There are central air-conditioning classrooms with 24x7 electric supply. Hostel rooms are clean and are equipped with 24x7 Wi-Fi facility and high-speed internet facility. There are a central library, auditorium and many more, and the quality of the food served here is above average with vegetarian and non-vegetarian food. But the food served is costly.
Faculty: Teachers here are very learned. They all are PhD holders from top universities and are experts in their own fields. They are from XLRI, IIMs, NITIE, NITs, etc. Visiting faculty members who teach here are also from top tier MBA colleges. Experts from the industry also visit here to provide industry recent trend things.
Other: I chose this course because it has a specialised HR programme, along with an MBA degree and is one of the best in India. Our campus has a location disadvantage, but this doesn't hinder the placements as it already got a reputation. Our college organises an annual fest named Xamboree this year, which is one of the best times of the year.
Reviewed on 3 Dec 2019Read More
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Amit MohantyVerified Icon
MBA in Human Resource Management - Batch of 2021
4Placements4Infrastructure4Faculty4Crowd & Campus Life4Value for Money
Academic rigour and things to ponder over.
Placements: 1. 100% students got placements. 2. The highest salary -27.5 LPA, Average -13 LPA was offered to the students. 3. 100% people bagged internship. A wide things to learn about here with curriculum being rigorous which helps you to mould your career into a true professional and gear up for a challenging corporate world waiting outside.
Infrastructure: The infrastructure is well built with a big campus. Food in the mess I a thing to worry about some point of the time as it gets to be quite monotonous. Being away from the city, transport is an issue and immediate availability of necessities and health care is a thing to consider.
Faculty: The teacher are well trained and have relative experience in their profession. Being from among the best management institutes they try to deliver the best of knowledge through video lectures, real life examples, case studies and many other measures. The curriculum is rigorous and designed to make you situation ready all the time.
Other: Xavier is always known for its HR course and has been the forerunner in it all the time. I had an active interest in studying about things related to human aspect. Apart from the academics, college conducts its cultural fest which is one of the biggest management fest.
Reviewed on 1 Dec 2019Read More
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Subhankar DuttaVerified Icon
MBA in Human Resource Management - Batch of 2021
4Placements3Infrastructure4Faculty3Crowd & Campus Life3Value for Money
Decent College for MBA with good faculty members and good placements.
Placements: In our last to last batch, we had 100 % placement and the salary ranges were between 8-15 Lacs give or take depending on the experience you are carrying. Top recruiting companies varies year to year depending on their requirements but the big 4's in HR remains constant. Since modern world is getting more agile and data driven, top companies are also preferring that roles and looking for smart individuals. All of our students got internship in different companies ranging from big 4's to the banks and even the startups also offered a handsome package to the students for their internship.
Infrastructure: We have git decent infrastructure for our college with adequate facilities to quench our thirst for knowledge with 24 hrs library, computer labs and modern classrooms, The facilities in our hostel is okay providing single room and double occupancies with common bathrooms facilitated with hot water facilities. The food available is okay but they provide us with variety of food items all week long. We also have the facility of night mess. For sports also there is sufficient scope in our college with all designated grounds for every sport and good quality equipments for everything. We also have medical facilities but the timing of doctor availability needs attention and our college must revamp all medical facilities.
Faculty: Yes, the teachers are very helpful and they qualified enough and also well versed and well experienced ranging from XLRI, Iims qualification. They teach good but there are some teachers in some subjects which do not give their best but the management is taking appropriate action to counter it and improve the teaching quality. Yes the course curriculum is relevant benchmarking with top Iims and thus making us industry ready but the final toll has to paid by the students only to mould themselves according to the changing world.
Other: I choose HR because I am interested in recruitment and selection. The best thing is we get to form the company in bits and pieces and what HR's do is the most important background work in making or breaking the company. As of now there is no suggestions from my side to improve this course as this is self sufficient. Our college also sponsors gamuts of events, fests that are facilitated by different student committees. In short here are a variety of opportunities to increase our extra curricular activities. Only disadvantage is the campus which is very distant from the city and there are also very few shops around us any special needs, we need to go the city to fulfill it.
Reviewed on 1 Dec 2019Read More
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Anushtup BiswasVerified Icon
MBA in Human Resource Management - Batch of 2021
4Placements5Infrastructure4Faculty3Crowd & Campus Life3Value for Money
Satisfied because of faculty and decent placements.
Placements: There is 100 % placement for 123 students in the year of 2019. Roles offered are HR Executive, Talent Acquisition, Learning and Development etc. The highest package was 27.5 LPA by D. E. Shaw and average package was 12.75 LPA. Top recruiting companies are Delloite, ICICI, Reliance, ITC, CBC, BD, Gail etc. There was 100 % placement for Summer internship as well.
Infrastructure: There is a full fledged digital class room with projectors, centralized Air conditioner, a library and auditorium. There are hostels with single and double sharing hostels with play ground, basketball court, tennis court, volleyball, indoor sports complex etc. There is a mess facility for catering services.
Faculty: Pedagogy here is very well thought and well designed with various leadership talks, sessions from various industry experts, projects and assignments on the subjects have been helpful. All the teachers are Ph.D. holder and the visiting faculty members comes from prestigious b-schools all over the country.
Other: I chose it because it is of the lucrative courses and one among the best colleges that I have converted. Bringing in more industry experts and for their insights and experiences in real corporate world would give a better experience. There were many events, b-fest, leadership summit held through out the year that are quite enriching.
Reviewed on 30 Nov 2019Read More
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Answered 5 months ago

Xavier University Bhubaneswar (XUB) has not officially released its CAT cut-off percentile for admission to its HRM program. However, based on the information available on Shiksha.com, it is estimated that XUB HRM program generally requires a CAT percentile of around 80-85 for admission. As your CA



Uttkarsh beriwal

Guide-Level 15

Answered 10 months ago

I do not know about domicile cut-off, but following data are important as well for you, I guess: XIMB Cutoff - Xavier Admission Test Verbal Ability 60 Quantitative Aptitude 75 Data Interpretation 65 Overall Figures 90 XIMB Cutoff - Common Admission Test Verbal Ability and Logical Reasoning 94 Qua



Piyush VERMA

Beginner-Level 5

Answered a year ago

XIMB HR cutoff requires an NMAT score in the range of 190-200 and a VA score in the range of 87 percentile and above. What that percentile converts for a score is debatable but anything in the range of 70's is safe enough. The above information is only to give you an idea regarding the cutoff. It ma


Vinay kr Pandey

Scholar-Level 16

Answered a year ago

Yes forms should be filled separately


Nimra Ali

Contributor-Level 7

Answered a year ago

There are not much more chances for the call but you can expect to the some extent. You have scored good in NMAT but cann from XUB is having less chance.


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