148 XIME students graduate

148 XIME students graduate

As many as 148 students received their certificates at the 16th convocation of the Xavier Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship (XIME) conducted in the City on Saturday.

Reserve Bank of India, Deputy Governor Subir Gokarn, who was the chief guest for the day, highlighted the importance of teamwork.

“Success of every organisation depends on the contribution of each and every team member. A good leader is one who identifies the skills set and aptitude of each of his team members and taps it accordingly,” he said. He also asked students to step into work environs with an open and uncluttered mind.

Noting that knowledge, ethics, values and relationship as the four pillars of leadership, he urged the students to keep on learning. Founder president of the institute J Philip said the college aims to see itself in the top 25 position in the country soon.

Though there are nearly 4,000 management institutions in the country, severe staff shortage has adversely affected the quality of education imparted. “ At the beginning we faced shortage of lecturers. However, now new recruits are making valuable contribution to the growth of the institution,” he said.

About 90 per cent of students who graduated on Saturday have been placed with an average salary of Rs 6.25 lakh per annum.

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