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Principal's Message

From Principal's Desk

During this academic year, 150 students were given farewell from our school as they completed their plus two. Most of them spent thirteen years in our school and they are the latest Brand Ambassadors of Xaverian excellence to become men and women of Competence, Conscience, Compassion and Commitment. How can they become excellent in the above mentioned four C’s? In this regard, I would like to share with you all, one of the most important tool our students are taught in this cradle of St Xaviers. The tool is that the ability to make proper and correct discernment. When God promised the Great King Solomon to gift him with whatever he would ask for, then he prayed to God, “Give your servant a heart to understand how to govern your people, how to discern between good and evil”. King Solomon did not ask for Gold, Silver, Money or Power for his personal gain. But he asked God for the gift of wisdom and correct discernment for the common good of everyone. This is the greatest knowledge and virtue a student completing his schooling from St Xavier’s would possess and also will keep growing in it. The Art of Discernment. So what is discernment? From its Greek and Latin roots, the verb ‘discern’ means, ‘to sift, to separate, to distinguish’, as we separate rice grains from foreign matter, ripe fruit from unripe fruit, the good from the bad. Here I am talking not only about the choice I make from good and bad but also for doing the right selection out of two or more choices before me, none of which is clearly evil, but to decide which one does God want me to choose? E.g. Should I say/do this or not? Should I accept this offer or not? Should I become a teacher, a farmer, an engineer or a doctor? Should I get married to this girl, boy or remain single? In searching for an answer to such practical questions of daily life, discernment could enable me to make choices according to God’s will. Certain dispositions and attitudes are needed for a person to discern properly. The more these positive qualities are present in a person, the better will he/she be able to discern. They are, (1) faith in God - a certain relationship with God which we call prayer. (2) Be in touch with our inner selves so that we are aware of our thoughts, feelings and desires. (3) An awareness of social reality which means, not only having information, but also to possess the correct understanding of the forces operating in society and influencing our lives. (4) Inner Freedom - means to possess freedom from, fears and anxieties, prejudices and false beliefs, attachment to persons and things, resentments and unhealed wounds of the past etc. Along with all these, we need to have a certain humility that will help us to accept our limitations and the readiness to listen to others and learn from others. Also we need to possess love for humanity and the courage to take risks. It is my prayer and wishes that all our students learn the art of discernment and remain always happy and peaceful to become men and women for others.

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Van Mahotsav Week

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Hindi Elocution- Classes IV and V

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Hindi Elocution- Classes VI and VII

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English Elocution- Classes Prep to III

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PT Meet: Class II, ABCDE and Section B of Classes IV to XII Blood Donation Camp in the School Campus: 9:00 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.

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English Elocution- Classes IV and V

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English Elocution- Classes VI and VII

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Hindi Elocution- Classes XI and XII. World Population Day

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English Handwriting Competition- Classes IV to VII

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School Birthday, Xavier Idol/ Regular Class and Celebration

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Hindi Elocution- Classes Prep to III

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PT Meet: Class III, ABCDE and Section C of Classes IV to XII

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Unit Test II- Begins for Classes IV to XII

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Fancy Dress Competition, Prep and Class I

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Last Date for July Fee

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PT Meet: Prep, ABCDE and Section D of Classes IV to X

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Feast of St. Ignatius Loyola, Founder of Jesuit Society of Jesus (Jesuits)./ Regular Class and Celebration./ Fee Counter Closed

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Vision-Mission Statement

Inspired by the life of Jesus, the direction of our Founding Fathers and our traditions, and challenged by our context, a Jesuit educational institution has the following vision:

"To give life in its fullness" (Jn 10:10) by the following the lgnation way of "seeking and finding God in all things.

Excellence is Attitude !

At St. Xavier's School we are committed to demonstrating excellence in all that we do. We hope to nurture minds which will remain in quest of excellence in every sphere. We hope that education will be the means to free the students from the shackles of narrow parochial thinking and ignite them with a new vision to root out the evils of our society and to strive for personal excellence.

The Student Council

It is a representative body of the students that helps them to interact with the management of the school. It also organizes a number of events which form an essential part of education in team work and organizational skills. The major activities of the Student's Council are the Annual School Fete (The proceeds of which are given towards charitable purposes.

50 years of Xaverian Excellence- 1966-2016

Co-Curricular Activities


Cultural, Sporting and related activities in various forms are organized and ecouraged as necessary complements to classroom study.

It is hoped that parents appreciate the importance of these activities and encourage the full participation of their children in such character-building activities. Non co-operation would be contraty to the policy of the school and would be taken into account in making admission, promotion and scholarship decisions.

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