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Mumbai FYJC admissions: First merit list out, no major change in cut-offs

While St Xavier’s College has the highest cut-off for arts (94 per cent), NM College has the highest cut-off for commerce (93.6 per cent). Father Agnel Multipurpose School and Junior College has the highest cut-off for science (93.4 per cent).

Xavier’s sesquicentennial celebrations: Former students oppose Aaditya Thackeray invite

The letter refers to Thackeray’s protest against the inclusion of Rohinton Mistry’s book, Such a Long Journey, in the syllabus of the University of Mumbai in 2010.

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Landmark Year For Xavier’s Institutes: Year-long festivities to continue till December 2019

While the St Xavier’s College and the St Xavier’s High School are in the 150th year of their existence, the Xavier Institute of Communications is marking its 50th anniversary.

Rajendra Shinde interview: ‘I have a lot of things planned. I feel we have become complacent’

Rajendra Shinde, who heads the Botany department at St Xavier’s College, Mumbai, is set to become the first non-Christian principal of the college. In September, Shinde will take charge of the college that turns 150 this year.

St Xavier's in talks with WB Govt to set up second varsity

Once through, the proposed institution would be the second Jesuit-run university in the country after Odisha, he said, adding the Bill on it would have to be passed in the legislative assembly.

St Xavier’s plans new school, newer courses

Along with the management school, St Xavier’s also intends to set up a research centre where various post-graduate courses will be offered.

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Professor, students pay tributes to 26/11 martyrs

They were in school when the 26/11 attacks happened. Now they know the significance of this lane behind their college,” Jadhav said.

Two city colleges, four in state to start courses in vocational education

UGC wrote to vice chancellors of all universities, which said such students will pass out from Class XII certified with NSQF level four in 2014.

College principal asks students to ‘choose well’, stirs row

Many academicians and experts have criticised Mascarenhas’s move as they feel it is likely to influence student voters.

CM lays foundation stone of St Xavier’s university campus

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Friday said the trend of students leaving Kolkata for Bangalore or Hyderabad for higher education will be reversed in a couple of years as the state capital will will became a education hub.

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