Rev. Dr. J. Felix Raj S.J.
Respected and our
beloved Chief Minister, Hon'ble Vice Chancellor, Rev. Fr.
Provincial, Rev. Fr. Rector, Vice Principals, members of the
staff, teaching and support, alumni/ae, benefactors,
well-wishers, friends and my dear students; allow me to wish you
a happy and grace-filled 2012.
It is my pleasant duty now to place before you the Annual Report
of the College for the year 2011.
Rev. Fr. Adolfo Nicolas, S.J., Superior General of the Society
of Jesus has appointed Fr. Jeyaraj Velusamy, S.J., as the
Provincial of the Calcutta Province of the Society of Jesus from
July 2011. Fr. Velusamy is now the ex-officio President of the
Governing Body of the College. We wish him all the best and look
forward to his guidance and support and assure him of our
prayerful support. We thank Fr. George Pattery S.J., the former
Provincial for his guidance and support during the last six
The Alumni Association of the College organized a Christmas
Gathering on December 19, 2010. Besides many alumni/ae we had
many friends and well-wishers of St. Xavier's College. Ms.
Mamata Banerjee, the then Hon'ble Railway Minister and Mr. Derek
O’ Brien had joined us in the celebration. Ms. Banerjee spent
almost 40 minutes in the College listening to the carols songs
and wishing the Fathers, teachers and others. The Christmas
Gathering was an occasion for many of us to come together and
experience the presence of the Divine in our midst.
The Sports Day was held on 8th January, 2011. Mr. Sivaji Ghosh,
IPS, Additional DGP (Welfare) was the Chief Guest. Mr. Brijesh
Damani, one of our alumni who won the Silver medal in the Asian
Games in China was felicitated. There was as usual a lot of
enthusiasm among the students especially during the competitive
department-wise parade. Sports Day is one of the events that
brings staff and students together. We thank Mrs. Feroza
Mogrelia, our Sports Director and all other staff and student
volunteers for the successful organisation of this yearly event.
Convocation and Valedictory Function
The 4th Convocation & Valedictory Function was held on Saturday,
January 22, 2011, at 10 a.m. Shri M.K. Narayanan, Hon'ble
Governor of West Bengal graced the occasion as the Chief Guest
and delivered the Valedictory address. The Governor being a
Jesuit alumnus from Loyola College, Chennai, appreciated the
educational work carried out by the Jesuit Fathers and asserted
that more students should benefit from the Jesuit educational
Institutions, particularly from the poorer sections of the
The Hon'ble Vice Chancellor of Calcutta University, Prof.
Suranjan Das conferred the degrees on the 1415 graduating
students and delivered the Convocation address.
Prof. M.M. Rahman was conferred the Nihil Ultra Award 2011 for
his exemplary services rendered to the college for the past
fifty years. He continues to serve the college as the Vice
Principal of the Commerce (Evening) Department. It is my
responsibility to thank all the staff members and alumni/ae who
did a marvelous job in organizing the Convocation function.
Xavotsav, the annual event of the St. Xavier's College Students'
Union was held from January 22–24, 2011. This cultural fest
brought many Colleges together, thus fostering the spirit of
camaraderie. The Students' Union donated from the surplus, Rs.
50,000/- to NSS towards the Shishu Mela and Rs. 4 lakh towards
the twin hostel project. I want to appreciate the Students'
Union for their wonderful co-ordination and successful
Beyond Barriers: Chapter-XI
Beyond Barriers, the annual cultural fund-raising programme of
the Alumni Association of the College was held on 25th January,
2011. The Guest Performer was Mr. Remo Fernandes, who thoroughly
entertained the students with his songs. The programme was
well-attended and the Alumni Association donated Rs. 7 lakh to
the College for the twin hostel project.
Four students from Manitoba University had come between December
15, 2010 and January 20, 2011. They participated in the Science
Congress in Chennai. They attended classes and visited different
research institutes, agricultural research station, etc. in and
In January 2011, we hosted 12 students from the College of Saint
Benedict / Saint John's University, Minnesota, attending
one-semester programme at St. Xavier's College. The programme
was co-ordinated by Dr. Sweta Ghosh. Prof. Madhuchanda Mitra,
faculty of CSB/SJU, accompanied the students. This was the first
time that we had entered into such a long exchange programme.
This initial experience has definitely taught us to do better in
A team of eight faculty members from CSB/SJU, Minnesota had
visited St. Xavier's College on March 18, 2011, and had
discussions with the Principal and the Vice Principals with
regard to MoU between the two Institutes. I was at the College
of Saint Benedict / Saint John's University from 23rd through
28th October, 2011. The MoU was finalized and signed.
Prof. Amitabha Roy,
Dean, BBA and a group of nine students from St. Xavier's College
had visited CSB/SJ University during the puja vacations in
October 2011 for a one-month exchange programme.
I want to thank CSB/SJU for their full co-operation and
generosity to wards accepting our students in October 2011 and I
must express my gratitude to CSB and especially to Prof. Joseph
Rogers and his team for their wonderful hospitality and
I visited FUNDP-University
of Namur, Belgium during the Puja vacations. An agreement of
collaboration between St. Xavier's and the University was also
established. Thanks to Prof. Y. Poullet, Rector of the
Two Professors had
come from Manitoba University, Canada, between September 18th
and 25th, 2011 for the purpose of finalizing the 2+2 programme
and also discussing the student exchange programme between the
University of Manitoba and St. Xavier's College.
Two UG students and
two PG students of Microbiology Department and one UG student of
Chemistry Department visited Manitoba University for 25 days
during September-October, 2011. They attended classes and
visited research facilities, agricultural firms, etc. They also
had some cultural exchange programmes.
I visited Manitoba
University in October and had a fruitful discussion with regard
to the exchange programmes between the two institutes. We are
thankful to the University of Manitoba for accepting one of our
Microbiology students namely, Devapriya Kundu for her PG studies
in Manitoba University under full scholarship. In fact,
Devapriya has opened the opportunity for many of our students to
join Manitoba University for PG studies after three years of UG
studies. I want to express our gratitude to Dr. Mervyn Pritchard
and Dr. Michael Trevan for their efforts and co-operation in
taking this collaboration forward.
From November 18 to
20, 2011, I was invited by the College of Media Studies &
Culture in Torun, Poland to give a lecture on Indian Economic
Development. This was an occasion to discuss with the Rector of
the above College and sign an agreement of collaboration between
St. Xavier's College and College of Media Studies and Culture in
Torun, in areas of Media Education and Political Science. I am
grateful to Dr. Krzysztof Bielinski, the Rector of the above
Evaluation of autonomy
A two-member external team consisting of Fr. P. Christie and
Prof. Joe Jesudurai from Loyola College, Chennai, had come to
St. Xavier's College (Autonomous), Kolkata, for an external
review of autonomy on 24th February 2011. They spent two days in
the College, interacted with the Principal and visited all the
Departments of the College. They have submitted a report. I
thank Prof. Jesudurai and Fr. Christie for their efficient
Recommendation of the Forum for Minority Colleges
The Principals of Christian Minority Colleges have formed a
Forum. They held their third meeting on 24th March, 2011, at
Loreto College. In view of the recent guidelines by UGC for
recruitment of teachers, the Forum has recommended a resolution
to be endorsed by the respective Governing Bodies. The
Resolution has been duly endorsed by the Governing Body of St.
New Hostel Project
The new hostel site at 219/1, A.J.C. Bose Road was blessed by
Fr. Jeyaraj Velusamy, S.J., Provincial of the Kolkata Jesuit
Province and Fr. George Ponodath S.J., Rector. The Foundation
Stone was unveiled on September 28, 2011 after the due
sanctioning by KMC.
The construction work
has begun. The Women's Hostel will have a capacity of 150 and
the Men's Hostel a capacity of 300. Once the new hostels are in
position, the total intake will increase from the existing
capacity of 210 to 450 (150+300).
I wish to thank the
alumni association and all Xaverians who have come forward to
assist the College in this project. St. Xavier's is grateful to
In view of the new
hostel construction, admissions to A.J.C. Bose Road Hostel were
suspended. Admissions to first year were done only in Park
Street hostel. We hope and pray that the twin hostels will be
ready by June 2013.
E-M Bypass Plans
Fr. George Ponodath, S.J., is working on the EMMRC building at
the E-M Bypass land. The plan is to shift the EMMRC from Circus
Avenue to the E-M Bypass campus.
Comprehensive plans are prepared for the campus in which we will
have the EMMRC building, one main College building, a Research
Centre, hostels for PG students, a library building and an
Land to St. Xavier's College
The Government of West Bengal had offered 2.5 acres of land in
Rajarhat to St. Xavier's College. The land certificate was
received on 9/11/2010 by Fr. George Ponodath, S.J.
A request has been placed to the Hon'ble Chief Minister for more
land, at least 50 acres. We are confident that the Chief
Minister will continue to support us to expand and develop the
College infrastructurally and academically to serve Paschimbanga.
Fr. General's Visit to SXC
Rev. Fr. Adolfo Nicolas, S.J., Superior General of the Jesuit
Order visited the Kolkata Province on March 10 and 11, 2011. He
spoke on the 'Future Thinking of Jesuit Education'. He met the
alumni/ae and co-workers of our Institutions.
St. Xavier's College has gone for spot evaluation. The decision
was taken after having discussed it in the staff meeting. The
spot evaluation in May - June 2011 functioned efficiently and
for November-December, 2011, it continued till January 4, 2012.
I thank Prof. A.C. Gomes, Controller of Examinations for his
efficient co-ordination of the evaluation process and
congratulate all Professors for their co-operation.
The Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of
India, under the FIST Program had identified our College and
called for a meeting to seek applications for allocating funds
to the 'College as a whole' to strengthen teaching and research
facilities in all Science Departments of the College. The
Project Implementation Group was set up comprising of all the
Heads as well as some faculties of all the Science Departments.
This group had prepared a detailed proposal report for
allocation of funds and the same had been sent to the DST.
Special thanks to Dr. Tapati Dutta and Dr. Shibaji Banerjee who
made a wonderful presentation before the Expert Committee at
INSA, New Delhi.
The FIST Advisory Board of the Department of Science and
Technology (DST), Ministry of Science and Technology, Government
of India, had approved and sanctioned the proposal of the
'College as a whole' under the FIST Program of DST and had asked
us to identify equipments for teaching and research facilities,
and for a computer laboratory, etc., to the tune of Rs. 70 lakh.
This is of course a holistic development of the College.
Colleges with Potential for Excellence (CPE) Action Plan
Fr. Principal, Profs. Shibaji Banerjee and Romit Beed visited
the UGC office, New Delhi on March 30, 2011and presented the CPE
Action Plan (Phase-II) for CPE grant. Thanks to Profs. Shibaji
Banerjee, Romit Beed, and Shalabh Agarwal for their hard work
and co-operation in preparing the Action Plan.
The admission process for the year 2011-12 was carried out with
professional competence. The total intake of students was as
follows: UG: 5589, PG: 571 and Others: 722, totaling to 6882.
I thank our Vice Principals, Deans, Heads of Departments, staff
members, both teaching and support as well as students for their
whole-hearted co-operation in the admission work. The online
facility has come as a help for students from abroad to apply.
We have now students from Africa, Bangladesh, Bhutan, China,
Nepal and Thailand. I thank our Computer Centre which provided
the online facility within the campus for students who do not
have computer facilities at home.
I thank Prof. Dhruba Jyoti Bhattacharya for his efficient
services as Member Secretary of the Academic Council of St.
Xavier's College (Autonomous), for the last five years. The
College places his services on record. Prof. Ashis Mitra has
been appointed as the new Member Secretary with effect from 1st
St. Xavier's College aims to form men and women for others who
will become agents of social change to build a just society. For
this, academic programmes are designed to impart high quality
education as well as to prepare students for employability. The
curriculum re-structuring committee has been working to
modernize the curriculum in keeping with the global trends in
the field of education. It is my duty to thank the members of
the curriculum re-structuring committee, members of the Board of
Studies for their whole-hearted co-operation in the process of
New Appointments and Change of Guards
The following appointments have been made since July 2011.
Dean of Science:
Dr. Mallinath Mukherjee
HOD of Maths: Prof.
HOD of Sociology:
Prof. Maitreyee Sanyal
Biotechnology: Dr. Uma Siddhanta
HOD BA (General):
Dr. Suchandana Bhattacharya
HOD of Statistics:
Prof. Ayan Chandra (w.e.f. December 1, 2011)
Prof. Bertram Da
Silva has been appointed the Acting Vice Principal of the Arts &
Science Department for a period of seven months w.e.f. November
25, 2011. Fr. Jimmy Keepuram S.J. has taken a sabbatical for
seven months to complete his Ph.D. Dr. Argha Banerjee has been
appointed the Acting Dean of Arts in Prof. Da Silva's place.
The Governing Body
expresses its gratitude to the outgoing Dean of Science, Prof.
Kajal Bakshi and all the outgoing Heads of Departments for their
commitment and loyalty to St. Xavier's College. Their dedicated
services are placed on record.
After the retirement
of Fr. George Ponodath S.J., Dr. Someswar Bhowmik has been
appointed as the new Director of Educational Multimedia Research
Centre - St. Xavier's College (EMMRC-SXC) with effect from
December 1, 2011. While thanking Fr. George Ponodath S.J. for
his dedicated service, we welcome Dr. Someswar Bhowmik and wish
him all the best.
about 130 programmes every year. It is one of the best Centres
in the country.
Congratulations to the following Faculty Members who have
received their Ph.D. in 2011:
Dr. Indranil Bose
of the Political Science Department.
Mukhopadhyay of the Education Department.
Dr. Rahul Sharma of
the Chemistry Department.
St. Xavier's College actively promotes research and has
developed facilities for this purpose. Research is actively
pursued as it is evident from the publication of the faculty.
The College has always been generous in making budgetary
allocation for research and development.
The St. Xavier's College Centre for Research Committee
encourages inter-departmental collaboration and has developed a
culture of research within the College. The College research
journal “Aviskaar' is regularly published. I thank Prof. Arup
Kumar Mitra and the contributors. We have been encouraging
participation of our students in research through various
From January 2011 to December 2011, the following UGC Minor and
Major Research Projects were undertaken by different faculty
Minor Research Projects
||Name of the Faculty
||Date of Sanction by UGC
||Dr. Rajib Mukhopadhyay
||Dr. Mahasweta Mitra Ghosh
||Rs. 1, 35,000/-
||Dr. Madhumita Bhattacharya
|| Rs. 3,00,000/-
Major Research Projects
||Name of the Faculty
||Date of Sanction by UGC
||Dr. Subhankar Ghosh
||Dr. Chandana Barat
||Dr. Sidhartha Shankar Saha
Xavier's Centre for Gender Studies
The Xavier's Centre for Gender Studies has been formed in the
College during the month of August 2011 for the purpose of
initiating various research projects with regard to gender
related issues and also introduction of Certificate Course on
Gender Studies. Prof. Saswati Chaudhury has been appointed as
the Convener of this Committee.
The College went in for NAAC accreditation in November this
year. A three-member team visited St. Xavier's College from
November 14 – 16, 2011. The visit went off very smoothly.
St. Xavier's College thanks the team members for their visit and
The accreditation results were out on 30 November, 2011. St.
Xavier's College (Autonomous) has been accredited with CGPA of
3.53 on a four point scale at A Grade for a period of five
years. I thank the executive committee of NAAC for their support
and guidance. I thank Prof. Dipankar Sengupta, IQAC Co-ordinator.
Shishu Mela was
organized on January 30, 2011 by the NSS Department for more
than 700 underprivileged children from rural villages and
urban slums. Physically and mentally challenged children were
also part of this event. Almost 200 student volunteers
entertained the children with games, sports, magic shows and
On the occasion of
Women's Day, a Legal Aid Awareness programme was organized on
March 6, 2011 at Shalpukur. More than 200 women had gathered
from four different villages. Advocates Prabhat Sil and
Prabhir Banerjee from Calcutta High Court conducted an
awareness session on Women's Rights and shared with them ways
and means to address injustices or discrimination. About 20
student volunteers were part of the programme.
(village to college) – 50 students (30 boys & 20 girls) from
Bholakhali, a village adopted by college after AILA, attended
a camp from 24th to 26th June 2011 in the College. Almost 30
college students organized this three day camp. Activities
included interactive sessions, group discussions, film show,
city tour, campus tour etc. Blood Donation Camp was held on
9th August, 2011 and 667 units of blood were collected. About
100 volunteers got together in organizing one of NSS' biggest
events. Students from various departments of the college
showed Great Spirit by coming forward in large numbers to
contribute to the society. The high number of donors proved
the high level of social awareness and responsibility among
students. Our appreciation to Ms. Cheryl Francis, the NSS Co-ordinator
and her team.
The Sports Department raised the bar a bit higher for itself
this year. Thirty-three of our students represented CU in
various sports at the East Zone and All India Level. Twelve
Xaverians represented Paschimbanga in various sports at the
National level. Our SXC Basketball Men’s and Women's teams
played the Association tournaments as well as the State
The Xaverians Club Hockey team had an extremely good run and
were champions in the Bengal 6s tournament. The team lifted the
prestigious Lagden Shield and came 5th in the Division I League
conducted by Bengal Hockey Association. Our Women's Hockey Team
too played a novice tournament. Students in the College are
given vast opportunities to play Intra-mural tournaments and try
out for twenty-two college teams which participate in the CU
Inter-College tournaments. I congratulate Ms. Feroza Mogrelia,
the Sports Director and her team.
India Today Rating
Thanks to our well-wishers, India Today's survey placed St.
Xavier's College at No. 2 rank for Commerce, No. 3 for Science
and No. 6 for Arts in 2011.
Some Important Programmes of the College during 2011
A workshop on SPSS
(Statistical Package for Social Science) was held on December
11, 12, 18 & 19, 2010 and January 9, 2011.
A seminar on
“Emerging Frontiers in Chemistry -Series II” was organized by
the Chemistry Department on February 4, 2011.
A Seminar on
'Linear Algebra' was organized by Mathematics Department on
February 4, 11, 18 and 25, 2011.
The 31st Annual
Conference of BEA (Bengal Economic Association) in
collaboration with Department of Economics of St. Xavier's
College was held on February 12 -13, 2011.
inter-disciplinary workshop on “Recent Concerns in
Environmental Issues” was held on February 19, 2011.
A Seminar on
'Professionalism in Teacher Education' was organized by the
Education Department on February 21 - 22, 2011.
A Seminar titled “
SPECTRUM “ was organized by the Physics Department on February
A Seminar on
“Governance and Ethical Deficit” was organized by M.Com
Department on February 28, 2011.
A Seminar was
organized by the English Department on March 2, 2011.
Conference on “St. Xavier's Global Earth Summit on Sustainable
Earth” was organized by Department of Environmental Science on
March 11 and 12, 2011 .
Programme for the support staff was organized by the College
on March 12, 2011 .
A workshop cum
seminar on “Information Retrieval” was organized by the
Computer Science Department on March 27, 2011.
A seminar on Value
and Ethics was organized by the M.Com. Department on April l,
A seminar on
“Historical background of the Development of the Concept of
(Ideals) in Abstract Algebra” and “Workshop in Mathematics”
was organized by the Mathematics Department on April 6, 2011
Improvement Programme of the Mathematics Department was held
on April 6, 2011
Fr. Jimmy Keepuram,
Vice Principal Arts & Science, visited Beijing for the
selection of Chinese students for admission to St. Xavier's
College on June 7 - 12, 2011.
A Staff Orientation
for the faculty of Commerce and BBA Departments was conducted
on July 2, 2011.
The book “Babu –
His Life and Mission” written by Fr. Albert Huart S.J. was
released on July 9, 2011.
Mr. Amitabh Bacchan
visited St. Xavier's College and interacted with students on
July 27, 2011.
The “Green Clean
Neighbourhood” Project was launched by the College in
collaboration with the Kolkata Municipal Corporation and the
Kolkata Police on September 5, 2011.
Dr. Abdul Kalam,
former President of India and a Scientist of international
repute visited St. Xavier's College and attended an
interactive session with the students of the BBA Department on
November 14, 2011.·
national level seminar was organized by the Department of
Commerce in collaboration with Netaji Nagar College on
December 8, 2011.
Students Activities and Cultural Fests 2011
A play called 'Bhanumatir
Khel' was organized by the Xaverian Theatrical Society (XTS)
on January 21, 2011.
IMAGO – intra
College short film festival was organized by the MCV
Department on January 22, 2011.
Day was organized by the Science Association of SXC and
celebrated in the form of science exhibition, quiz, debate,
etc. on January 28, 2011
marketing Summit titled 'INERTIA” was organized by the
Department of Commerce (Marketing) on January 28 - 29, 2011
VIVIDHA - Cultural
Fest was organized by the Hindi Literary Society (HLS) on
February 5, 2011
Competition cum Exhibition was organized by the Fine Arts
Society (FAS) on February 11, 2011.
A Dance Workshop
was organized by XADAM from February 14 -16, 2011.
INSIGNIA – A
National Management Festival was organized by the Xavier's
Commerce Society on February 17 -18, 2011.
§ XAV-ULLASH, an
annul inter-college Fest was organized by the Bengali Literary
Society on February 19 - 20, 2011.
A workshop on
Western Classical Dance was organized by XADAM from March 1-
The annual Fest of
the BBA Department and launching of the departmental magazine,
“X-ecutive” was organized by the Xavier Management Society (XMS)
on March 4 -5, 2011.
short film festival was organized by the Xaverian Film Academy
on March 8 - 9, 2011
Festival at the intra-college level 'X-Calibre' was organized
by Xavier’s Commerce Society of the Commerce Department on
August, 29 – 30, 2011
inter-departmental debate 'X-Confero' was organized by the BBA
Department on September 1, 2011.
Commerce Society (XCS) of the Commerce Department organized a
panel discussion 'Intelligentsia 2011' (Chapter 3), the topic
being “What does India Need – A Growing Economy, or a changing
mindset?” The departmental journal “YouThink” was also
launched on September 15, 2011.
“Goonj” a fest of
the Performing Arts department was organized by XADAM on
September 16 – 17, 2011.
“Hindi Divas'” a
fest of the Hindi Department was organized by the Hindi
Literary Society on September 19, 2011
“Literaria” – fest
of the English Department was organized by the English Academy
on September 20-21, 2011.
The annual fest of
the Mathematics Department, “Analytica” was held on September
Sensitization Workshop was organized by the Women's Cell on
September 29, 2011.
A fest titled
'SIGMA' was organized by the Science Society of the College on
September 29 – 30, 2011.
was organized by the Economics Department on September 25-26,
Photography Competition was organized by the Fine Arts Society
on November 11, 2011.
This year a total of 34 companies had come on campus and
recruited 278 students between January 2011 and December 2011.
As of December 2011, St. Xavier's runs 16 UG, 5 PG and 1 B.Ed
courses. Under the Career Oriented Programmes we have 3 Diploma
Courses and 5 Certificate Courses running. The College also runs
5 IGNOU Convergence Courses.
We have a total strength of 230 teaching faculty, 133 support
staff and 6882 students.
Among the new hands that have joined us this year are 22 full
time teachers, 9 part time teachers and 6 support staff.
The College will commence the BA Bengali Honours course from the
session July 2012.
The Computer Centre has started a Diploma course in Multimedia
and Animation from August, 2011.
The 2nd International Convention “Beyond Boundaries” was
organized by the Alumni Association in Dubai from April 14-18,
2011. Around 300 members attended this Convention. The Principal
graced this Convention as the ex-officio President of the Alumni
The Alumni Association had its annual meet of the Singapore
Chapter for two days, September 9 -10, 2011. The purpose of the
Meet was to raise funds for the hostel projects. It was also
decided that the next 'Beyond Boundaries' would be held in
Singapore in May 2012.
The Alumni Association inaugurated the UK Chapter on October 22,
2011. The occasion was graced by Mr. L.N. Mittal who assured Fr.
Principal and St. Xavier's of his full support in its expansion
The Alumni Association has also taken the initiative and has
been very supportive to its alma mater in building its twin
hostel projects at AJC Bose Road. Many alumni members have
contributed generously towards the construction of these two
hostels. We are grateful to them and we continue to pray for
R I P
Maliyekal S.J., who was the Rector as well as the Vice
Principal of the Commerce Department of St. Xavier's College
passed away on November 6, 2011. He was 84. St. Xavier's has
lost a great educationist.
Gochayat who was a Class IV staff of our College, expired on
May 21, 2011.
Mrs. Ishani Dutta,
faculty in the Department of Education passed away in the
tragic fire accident which occurred in the AMRI Hospital on
December 9, 2011. She was admitted there for an operation.
We have also lost
two of our students namely, Vidhika Tulsyan, an Economics
student and Debanjan Sen, a Commerce student. May their souls
rest in Peace.
I wish to thank God
for his constant guidance and blessing on us. Let us pray that
He continues to bless all of us throughout 2012. Let me conclude
with the words of Kavi Guru Rabindranath Tagore: “The sacred
memory of St. Xavier's remains un-faded in my mind – the memory
of its teachers.”
Rev. Dr. J. Felix Raj S.J.
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