Poster Making on Corona Awareness 

A poster making Competition was organized by the Department of Commerce on the theme Student’s Role in Tackling Covid-19. Total 18 students participated in this competition. Neha Pascal from the Department of Political Science got the first position. There was a tie for second position. Srishti Srivastav from Department of Commerce and Shashi Meena from Political Science stood second 

Corona Awareness Program

The Department of Commerce of organized the Teachers’ Day, Mother Teresa’s Memorial Day, and COVID-19 Awareness Programme with the theme, ‘Spreading Facts, not Fear’. The eminent speakers in the panel included Dr Suneet Singh Ranawat, Deputy Superintendent, SMS Hospital and Registrar, Rajasthan Medical Council, Mr Ravi Prakash Meharda IPS, Additional DGP, Civil Rights, Rajasthan Police, Mr. Jagdeesh Chandra IAS, CMD, First India News, and Dr. Girija Singh, Psychologist and they discussed the facts related to the disease, its impact on the society, the precautions to be taken, and the psychological and social ramifications of the same.

Webinar on The Power of Body Language

The Department of Commerce organized a webinar on understanding the personality of different individuals by observing their body language. Google Meet was chosen as a platform for conducting the live webinar on the topic “How to read a Person like a Book – The Power of Body Language.” Anthropologist, Ms. Harsha Rohit, who is also the Director of training and business development –India and Civility Training in India, was the resource person for the webinar 

Career Counselling  Session (TIME)

The Department of Commerce organized a career counselling session titled “MBA as a Career Option”. This informative session was addressed by Mr. Kapil Dixit Trainer, Mentor & Career Counsellor at T.I.M.E. Institute, Jaipur. He talked about the wider aspects of pursuing MBA and how one has to be on his/her toes to understand and analyze the intricacies of this field. All the factors affecting the choice of the students were addressed and the myths and superstitions regarding the choices were removed to a large extent. The session was very fruitful and helped students in getting a clear picture of what career path they might pursue in the near future.

Alumni Interaction Session

The idea of alumni associations evolved out of needs from both academicians and professionals with a view to building a bridge between college life and career life so that fresher graduates are made proactive to face the current challenges of the present competitive professional world. Both shall work hand in hand to help each other to achieve the goal. The idea took shape on 20th October 2020 during an illuminating interactive session which was organized by the Department of Commerce as an Online Alumni Talk Show: Life with a bucket list. The guest speaker of the session was Sri Rajat Dangayach, Deputy Manager (E-commerce and digital marketing) at HDFC. He talked on topics varying from mental health to career choices and spoke on the importance of investing time well and taking risks. The entire College went down the memory lane to share experiences laced with nostalgia on how St. Xavier's College groomed them in academics and also inculcated values that helped cement their successful careers 

Virtual Industrial Visit

An industrial visit was organized by department for taking up a new structure and challenge of the virtual world, to the wondrous realm of rugs at JAIPUR RUGS. The visit was led the way by Ms. Himanshi Singh, Marketing Manager and Ms. Shreya Jain, Assistant Marketing Manager at Jaipur rugs. They briefed us about their unique business plan, applauded around the globe. Built on the bedrock values of their founding father, it combines the pursuit of profit with the spreading of kindness in a way that benefits all the stakeholders. To their unrivalled products, unique designs and how they carry a fusion between the traditional and the contemporary styles. 


“An aim in life is the only fortune worth finding; it can't be found in the foreign lands but in the heart itself”- Robert Louis Stevenson Deeply moved by the words that express such passion, we at Xavier’s find ourselves in a constant striving to thrive for ingenuity and individuality. Each year we look forward to an intriguingly brilliant event of ideating and sharing at the ’ENVISION X VENDESTO’, an event organized by the Department of Commerce in collaboration with the Department of Management. The two-day event started on Monday in the virtual presence of an august gathering of Jesuit authorities, respected faculties, esteemed guests and the students.

The events lined up for the days of 9th and 10th of November, 2020, deliberated over the new challenges we are encountering on the virtual platform that has become pervasive in the post-Covid world. ANUBHAV: The talk show, amassed a huge footfall as Arjun Deshpande, founder and CEO of Generic Aadhaar, a philanthropist and an innovator, hooked the aspiring minds with his riveting talk on relieving oneself from the pressure from parents, peers and society and focusing on what lies within to ignite one’s spark and passion.

The fest provided a great learning curve for the students, besides doubling up as a vessel of fond memories. This year was extra special as students from haloed educational institutions such as Narsi Monjee, Manipal, SKIT, DU, Amity, JKLU, Bhowanipore, Maharani, Mithibai and our very own St Xavier's, Nevta, participated in the event. Other nifty mentions include the likes of MPS, St Anslem, Jayshree Periwal and Xavier's who encouraged their students to participate in a celebration of brainstorming and sharing of ideas.

The setting sun brought the curtains down on the two-day event on Tuesday. Reverend Fr. Varkey Perekkatt addressed the attendees followed by, Rev. Fr Dr. Sherry George, S.J. Thereafter, Thereafter, Reverend Fr A Rex Angelo, Principal, St Xavier’s College, Jaipur, lit up the room and instilled the students with motivation and hope with his talk on the importance of practical exposure in student life. 

Alumni Interaction Session: Career in Law

Law helps us to survive as a society. It is the pillar that has given rise to harmony and cohesion. Through the law, we survive yet thrive. It is a necessity. Our realistic society is a heterogeneous mixture of all kinds of people, people who look to disturb the balance of the natural society. It is here that law plays a very important role in restoring that delicate balance to society and making the lives of the people living together cohesive. The idea took shape in an illuminating and interactive session which was organized by the department of Commerce, Alumni Session: Career in Law, Dream the future. The guest speaker of the session was Adv. Aditi Khandelwal, Advocate specializing in civil and company law matters and has conducted important matters before the Rajasthan High Court, High Court of Delhi and other States and various Tribunals like Telecom Tribunal, Consumer Courts, Debt Recovery Tribunal, Competition Commission and National Green Tribunal, on behalf of her education.

Webinar on Consumer Awareness

The ideal notion of Customer is the King is facing the major threat in today's era. Consumers are being exploited and cheated.  It is here that law plays a very important role in restoring the faith of consumers and the sellers. Consumer Laws seek to protect consumers from the fraudulent activities and delicate balance to society and making the lives of both buyers and sellers cohesive. The idea took shape in an illuminating and interactive session which was organized by the Xavier’s Consumer Club in association with the Department of Commerce, on the topic “Consumer or Being Consumed? Basics of the most ignored: Consumer laws!”The session was taken by the guest speaker, Advocate Shubham Kumar Sharma, who’s practicing as an Advocate in Rajasthan’s High court. He threw light on the most ignored consumer laws. The students learned about various aspects of being a consumer.

Poster Making Competition 

Poster Making competition was organized by SAP club in collaboration with the Department of Commerce in order to initiate the creativity towards students for driving college towards water management and develop eco-friendly practices, so that the students can become powerful proponents of environment conservation. The Water Management Club programs in colleges that specifically focus on water conservation for the current year are an ideal way to guide learners on a meaningful route towards environmental protection. .

National Symposium

The Department of Commerce organized its second National Symposium on the virtual platform  based on the theme “Post COVID World: Implications and Challenges” comprised of various subthemes like human capital with emphasis on education and health care, business resilience in the post COVID-19 world, human resource sustainability, government strategies and their effect on economic sector. The students presented their papers across these themes and also interacted with the eminent keynote speakers Dr. Sabyasachi Dasgupta and Prof. Maya Salimath about implications and challenges in post COVID world. With great enthusiasm, the much-awaited souvenir witnessed a digital release followed by exuberant research paper presentations by the students with an enlightening question and answer session.

Workshop- Soft Skill Development

Every youth has the potential to make a difference in their personal lives as well as the community around them.  Rubicon “Connect with Work” Program supported by Barclays which was done in collaboration with St .Xavier’s College Jaipur aimed at improving the employability skills of the youth. Under this program, students were trained by Corporate Trainers to enhance their Life skills which helped them significantly to increase their chance of succeeding in a job interview. It also inculcated building upon the basic soft skills that are required by every student while appearing for the recruitment process of any company. Soft skills are identified as the most critical skills in the current global job market especially in the fast moving era of technology. These skills include Personal Interviews, SWOT (Strength Weakness Opportunity Threat) Analysis, Writing & Communication skills, Resume Writing, Group Discussions, Report writing and Presentation Skills. It was organized from 19th January to 29th of January online on the Zoom app by the company itself for the final and pre final year students 

Alumni Interaction Session: From Trial to Triumph

An interactive session which was organized by the Department of Commerce, Alumni Session: From trial to triumph, on 8th February 2021.The guest speaker of the session was Jude Weston, the Assistant Producer at News laundry. He graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce from St. Xavier's College in 2018. In his time at Xavier's, he also steered numerous associations. A pioneer, so they say was he indeed. He talked about topics varying from inner strength and perseverance to career and life as we see it. He reflected on the importance of investing time in oneself and taking risks. The entire college went down the memory lane to share experiences laced with nostalgia on how Xavier's College groomed them in academics and inculcated values that helped cement their successful careers. 

Guest Lecture

The Department of Commerce organized a guest lecture on Career Guidance on the topic “Catapult your Career”. The interactive session was held on the virtual platform to ignite the young minds for insights on the further career options. The resource person for the session was CA Nikhil Nainani who is currently working as a professional corporate trainer in Pune Institute of Business Management. CA Nikhil elaborated on academic excellence that puts students in the race to get good grades, making them so engrossed in their activities that they dangerously ignore the importance of orienting themselves towards the career path. Because of societal pressure and peer expectations when it comes to choosing an acceptable profession, it has become a norm in today’s competitive and cut throat environment that students often harbor the guilt for pursuing their own interests. Career counseling is therefore regarded as an effective tool to realize their true potential. Students actively participated during the session and followed by the questions and answers round in regard to the various career options 

Add on Courses

To Bridge the gap between theory and practical learning the department has started the Add-on course on Tally. This course has enabled students to understand the accounting through Tally software. This is so widely used that it has become important for the students seeking jobs in the finance department to learn Tally to the advanced level This course was open for all the streams. 15 students have successfully completed it. It was conducted by Shree Ram Tally Academy. The students were awarded certificates for this.

To know more about curriculum visit the webpage: https://stxaviersjaipur.org/dep_commerce_course.asp 

Bridge Courses

The department offers a bridge course in Basic Accountancy for non-commerce background students. The main objective of this course is to bring non-commerce students at par with those who had accounts in 12th standard. This will help non-commerce students to have a basic understanding of the accounting concepts before their regular classes begin. This course enables the study of basic accounts and applying them to business theory in general. It aims to provide the accounting foundations necessary for business, and finance. It will help in mastering basic concepts of financial and business accounting.