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Being the oldest B-School in India and one of the most prestigious colleges, XLRI is famous for the esteemed faculties, state of the art facilities, and extensive peer learning opportunities. The college has a very rational and merit-based selection process that starts from XAT and concludes with an eye-opening interview experience.
It's an experience for the life filled with unmatched opportunities for both theoretical and practical learning. The elaborate curriculum which ensures the expansion of a student's horizon through case-based practical learning and intense application of concepts makes it the most preferred B-School for me.
XLRI is among the Top 5 B-Schools of India and is the Oldest B-School as well. It boasts of a premier brand value and hence one gets access to the best companies, roles and opportunities. XLRI has admissions only on merit and there is no quota or relaxation mechanism in the selection process. The admission process is similar to that of other B-Schools and includes an exam, GD, PI etc. As XAT is conducted in January after most of the main exams are done, one gets the chance to focus more and also gauge how hard one has to push for results in this exam since some results of other exams are usually out by this time. I referred to the website of various coaching classes and also talked to past a
Good: placements are great, most of the faculty are knowledgeable, the XL culture is renowned and builds character, many committees for varied interests
Bad: Administration is not sympathetic to the needs of students, fees are high
XAT is more logical based, compared to CAT which is heavier on how much you have practiced. You may be able to crack XAT with very less prep if you have the right attitude and mindset.
This is the best call I got, hence chose this college. I preferred it over my next best call, MDI Gurgaon based on discussions and reviews by existing students of the colleges