Historically speaking Jesuits can boast of opening formal schools and colleges in India way back in the 1550s. St Xavier's College Mumbai established Xavier Institute of Communications in 1969 to develop scholarship and professionalism in media. Subsequently, another Jesuit College of repute, Loyola College Chennai came forward to offer a Degree in Visual Communication in the late 1980s. Inspired by the two premier media programs of our own colleges, when Xavier Institute of Management Bhubaneswar with its 32 years of service in Management Education, became Xavier University in the year 2013, Jesuits took this as a challenge to establish a quality media school with a difference in Odisha, mainly to cater the needs of young budding media professionals of Eastern India. Striving to...
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