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Expectations from Students

The following are the expectations of the University from its students:

  • The students are expected to put in hard work and concentrate fully on their studies.
  • No student is permitted to take up any other study or work during the period of this course.
  • Attendance is compulsory for all the classes and normally no one will be permitted to go home or elsewhere for functions or programmes, except in unavoidable circumstances.
  • The students are strongly discouraged from taking leave or being absent from the classes.
  • Along with academic excellence, each student is expected to grow in maturity in his/her personal conduct, character and relationships.
  • As time is a valuable factor for any successful leader and manager, every student is expected to learn the art of time management and organize one’s time in the most fruitful manner.
  • Since extra-curricular activities are essential for the all-round growth of a person, each student is expected to participate actively in all the extracurricular programmes of the University and more particularly the activities organized by XBS.
  • Since proficiency in English is absolutely essential for completing the course and also for placement, every student is expected to speak in English both inside and outside the classroom, as that will enable him/her to become proficient in English.
  • Saturdays are working days for all the students and they are expected to spend the day in personal study. Occasionally there may be some lectures or special inputs on Saturdays as well.
  • St. Xavier’s University is known for its strict discipline and every student is expected to adhere to all the rules and guidelines of the University faithfully and totally, including the Hostel Rules and Guidelines.
  • Ragging of any type is strictly forbidden and it is a punishable crime.
  • All the fees are to be paid on time and the defaulters are liable to suitable penalty.
  • The MBA students are expected to be formally dressed for the classes at least from Monday to Thursday and during different functions and events and on the days of presentations.
  • Participation in any outside programme needs the prior permission of the Dean and no arrangement or agreement should be made, without getting this prior permission.