XLRI to open its new campus in Delhi-NCR for the academic session 2020-22
XLRI, India’s first B-School was founded in 1949 and for seventy years had just one campus at Jamshedpur. With India slated to become the fifth-largest economy in the world in the near future, there is a concomitant need for more business leaders. Hence, a few years ago, XLRI took a strategic decision to expand its footprint across the country and decided to set up new campuses in the North, West and Southern parts of India.
The foundation stone for the Jhajjar campus in Delhi-NCR was laid on 16 January 2017. Shri Om Prakash Dhankar, Cabinet minister, Government of Haryana unveiled the plaque of the foundation and Rev. Anil Couto, Archbishop of Delhi, blessed the foundation stone.XLRI plans to open its new campus in Delhi-NCR for the academic session 2020-22 with two sections of its PGDBM Program from June 2020. This year XAT will accept applications from aspirants for not only the Jamshedpur campus but also for XLRI, Delhi-NCR campus subject to the formal approval from AICTE.