XLRI Jamshedpur: Xavier School of Management
Private Established 1949
City: Jamshedpur | State: Jharkhand
MBAUniverse.com Rank: 9,999 | AAA+ | NIRF Rank: 8
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MBA colleges have produced many famous Alumni who are holding the positions of the CEOs, CXOs in many top companies in India and abroad.  XLRI Jamshedpur Notable Alumni are the torch bearers of their alma meter and are the inspiration for the budding managers studying in XLRI Jamshedpur. 

 

XLRI Jamshedpur Alumni are many top CEOs, CXOs, HR Heads, top managers, entrepreneurs, from its management programs. These XLRI Jamshedpur famous alumni are leading many Global and India companies. Below is a short XLRI Jamshedpur Alumni List of some of the notable alumni who are making their B-school proud and are the constant inspiration for the upcoming management graduates

 

Leena Nair

Leena Nair, a proud alumnus of XLRI is the Global CEO of Chanel. Nair previously served as the Chief Human Resource Officer of Unilever and member of the Unilever Leadership Executive. Nair was responsible for the human capital of Unilever, which operates across multiple regulatory and labor environments spread over 190 countries. Under her leadership, Unilever has been named the number one FMCG graduate employer of choice in 54 countries. She headed the Diversity and Inclusion agenda for the organization ensuring that its workforce is diverse and inclusive.[6] Nair is an advocate for human-centered workplaces and compassionate leadership.

 

Rakesh Kapoor

Rakesh Kapoor was, until September 2019, CEO of Reckitt Benckiser plc, a UK FTSE-listed multinational consumer goods company, a major producer of health, hygiene and home products.

 

Kapoor joined Reckitt & Colman in 1987, before the merger with Benckiser, serving in various roles including: Regional Sales Manager, North India; General Manager, Indian Southern Region; and Regional Marketing Director, South Asia. In 1999, he was appointed Global Category Director, Pest Control. Following the merger, he assumed the role of Senior Vice President, Home Care. He was appointed SVP, Regional Director, Northern Europe in 2001 and in July 2006, he was promoted to EVP, Category Development, with responsibility for global category management, research and development, media, market research and strategic alliances.

 

Sandeep Bakhshi

Sandeep Bakhshi is the Managing Director and CEO of ICICI Bank since October 15, 2018. Prior to his appointment as MD & CEO, he was a Wholetime Director and the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the Bank. Mr. Bakhshi has been with the ICICI Group since 1986 and has handled various assignments across the group in ICICI Limited, ICICI Lombard General Insurance, ICICI Bank and ICICI Prudential Life Insurance. He grew up in a defence services family and has attended several schools and colleges across India before completing his management studies from XLRI in Jamshedpur.

 

Srinivas Kandula

A pass out from XLRI, an Indian business executive and entrepreneur, Srinivas Rao Kandula is the current Chairman of Capgemini India operations, He was the CEO of Capgemini in India and member of the Executive Committee of the Capgemini Group prior to his new role. He was also a former Member of the Executive Council and head HR in IGATE Corporation and looked after their Marketing, Quality and Business Strategy functions, internationally.

 

Vineet Nayar

A former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of HCL Technologies, Vineet Nayar is an Indian business executive, author and philanthropist. He is the CEO and Founder Chairman of Sampark Foundation and author of the critically acclaimed management book "Employees First, Customers Second: Turning Conventional Management Upside Down” (Harvard Business Press, June 2010) which has sold more than 100,000 copies.

 

Arun Maira

Arun Maira - former member of Planning Commission of India and former Chairman of Boston Consulting Group, India

A part of Tata Administrative Services for 25 years, Arun Maira worked at various important positions in Tata Group. He played a key part in Tata Motors' successful entry into the LCV segment. After this he worked with Arthur D. Little for 10 years where he was Leader of Global Organisation Practice and Managing Director of Innovation Associates.

 

Prior to joining the Planning Commission of India, Arun Maira has been on the boards of several other big companies as well.

 

B Muthuraman

Balasubramanian Muthuraman (born 26 September 1944) was the Vice Chairman of Tata Steel, India's largest steel manufacturer and chairman Tata International.

 

He has been awarded the Padma Bhushan by the Indian government in 2012. He studied metallurgical engineering at IIT Madras, followed by M.B.A. from XLRI Jamshedpur, and started his career at Tata Steel in 1966. He is also an alumnus of the GMP (General Management Program) at CEDEP, the European Center for Executive Development, where Tata Steel has been a Corporate Member since 1991.

 

He is also the former Chairman of the Board of Governors of XLRI- Xavier School of Management (XLRI), Jamshedpur and National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur (N. I. T.). Mr. B Muthuraman, was also nominated as the Chairman of the Board of Governors of IIT Kharagpur by the Honourable President of India, Mrs. Pratibha Patil. He is also currently the Chairman of XIME, Chennai. He retired at the age of 70, as per norms laid out by the Tata Group.

 

Abhijit Bhaduri

Abhijit Bhaduri is an acclaimed author, columnist and management consultant. Bhaduri was the Chief Learning Officer of the Wipro Group. Bhaduri is the author of three best-selling books- two novels of the 'MBA' Series- Mediocre But Arrogant, Married but Available and the management 'guide-book' Don't Hire The Best.

 

Bhaduri's writings have appeared in journals and magazines including The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review Ascend, The Hindu Business Line, Operations Research & Management Sciences Today. He is second among the top HR influencers on Social Media according to SHRM, India. He writes regularly for The Economic Times, People Matters and blogs for the Times of India.