The college is very strict with rules and regulations. And if not followed strict and immediate action is taken against the student.
I didn't not give any of these really popular exams that most students tend to give after their 12th grade. The only exam I gave was the St. Xavier's College BMM and BMS entrance test. The test are very basic and can easily be cracked if you are creative, are good in general knowledge and have about 80% idea of the current happenings around the globe (mostly based on India)
I appeared Normal Interview with the Vice Principal of St. Xavier's College, Mumbai, Commerce Section. There was no particular scoring system. St. Xavier's College is one of the best colleges in India so I opted this college.
One of the best institution in my education career. The tenure of three years with St. Xavier College has helped me grow my confidence with regards to interacting with people and addressing a crowd. I have gained a lot of knowledge in the subjects that I studied in the college.
No entrance exams got admission based on working student criteria. Had to provide employers letter mentioning bona fide employee.
I did not have to appear for any enterance exam. The admission system is based on your total percentile in the 10th standard ICSE or SSC or any other board examination. That is for Junior college, after that you are automatically accepted into the honours course, provided your results are satisfactory - basically, if you don't fail.
I am afraid we did not have any placement offers sponsored by a college - perhaps at the graduate level the college exerts itself more. In any case I wouldn't know.
The management is amazing cooperative and its not an institution built to mint money like most these days it really teaches you in the best possible way and not just academics they teach you how to live shows you the path.
I did not have to go through any entrance It was based on maths scores in 10th and 12th the admission process was normal fill out the form merits lists were published online you get the updates.
Just the 12th marks I scored 93%.It is the second best college for sciences in the country at that time.
Placements were good for the arts people hence i would not comment on it. I am from sciences. Though there are no good jobs for sciences.
Best management i have seen in the college, very clean college and also very clean environment and also canteen is well maintained
No entrance exam for this course. You just need to qualify 12th pass or HSC pass with certain percentage according to the college cut-offs and i got admission
The college had a good management now because of the new principal and his new principles he makes it work or the management is pretty rude and mean to students and let's say it isn't very approachable the work done by them is impeccable but they aren't friendly at all so don't even expect a smile.
To get into Xaviers for BA and B.Sc one need not give an entrance exam but for BMW and BMW you'll have to appear for an entrance that happens after your 12th board results. Getting into Xaviers is easy if you have good marks and by good I mean really good unless you are an in-house student they get in at 55% also.
There is no placement as such for this programme but there was good job opportunity in this profession with minimum struggle as per indian standard to get a right one.
Very interesting for those who is interested in accounts and as well as technical stuff encouraged and learned a lot while during in the course time.
St. Xavier's started out as a just a college to me but over the years its turned into a second home. Whatever I have described above about the college is but the tip of the iceberg there is so much more to it. I love this place for its culture its people and its ethos. I will never be able to forget what this institution has done for me and how it has helped me grow into the person I am now.
I did not have to take any entrance exams for my course. Admissions were based on merit. The process was hassle-free and one had to sit for a short interview with a member of the faculty before they were given their desired subject combination. The professors help advise students on the course that is best suited to their interests.