St. Xaviers College

St. Xavier's College, Kathmandu, is an educational institution of higher learning established in 1988 and managed by the Nepal Jesuit Society. Jesuits began their educational work in Nepal in 1951 with the opening of St. Xavier's School, Godavari, followed by St. Xavier's School, Jawalakhel and St. Xavier's School, Deonia. Other schools run by Nepal Jesuit Society are Moran Memorial School, Maheshpur and St.Xavier's, Sadakbari.

Currently St Xaviers College offers 14 different programs. For the SEE passed students, it offers A Level program (Non-Science and Science) and +2 in Science.

In Bachelor level with affiliation from Tribhuvan University, St Xaviers College offers B.Sc Physics, B.Sc Microbiology, B.Sc CSIT, BIM, Bachelor of Arts (majoring in Social Work and English) and BBS program. It also runs BSW program with affiliation from Kathmandu University.

St. Xaviers College also offers Masters programs in Microbiology (M.Sc Microbiology), Physics (M.Sc Physics) and MBS.

St.Xavier's College seeks to foster competence, creativity, and innovative spirit, throughout and beyond the years spent in College. At the end of their studies at St.Xavi

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Offering Courses (14)

Salient features

Why St.Xavier's College

  1. Internationally recognized College
  2. Emphasis on character formation, independence and responsibility
  3. Emphasis on co-curricular and extracurricular activities
  4. Excellent track records with students achieving outstanding results in Nepal.
  5. Graduates successfully admitted to various prestigious universities.
  6. Dedicated internet access with a bandwidth of 40 Mbps and multiple Hot Spot Access Point.
  7. Resourceful library, classrooms with multimedia, state of the art computer lab, well furnished rooftop cafeteria and photo studio.
  8. Committed, experienced and competent faculty members.
  9. Established personnel in their respective career in alumni networks.
  10. Multipurpose auditorium with dynamically enhanced digital light and sound system with wireless presentation facility.
  11. State of the art multimedia hall.
  12. Basketball, badminton, table tennis sports facilities available for students.
  13. Child Rights Resource Center.

Clubs at St Xavier's College

  1. Art and Culture Club: Explore and express the hidden treasures within you.
  2. SET Council: Be trail blazers in Science
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Admission guidelines

Plus two at St Xaviers

Number of Seats: 504

Eligibility Criteria

  • Admission to Plus Two at St.Xavier's College is purely merit based.
  • In order to apply, the candidate must have secured minimum 'A' in Science, Compulsory Mathematics, Optional Mathematics, English and 'B+' in all other subjects.
  • Entrance Examination consisting of 100 MCQs will test your competence in Science, Mathematics, English and Logic.
  • The shortlisted students will have to pass an interview by a panel of three experts before being finally selected to study at SXC.

Message from College

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Fr. Jiju Varghese, S.J


Welcome to St. Xavier’s College. A Jesuit institution of higher education, St. Xavier’s College was founded in 1988 with the mission of forming men and women who are academically excellent, morally upright and socially responsible. Since its genesis, the college has been instrumental in instilling values of excellence, leadership and service in the students who sojourned in its portals.

You will find that St. Xavier’s is an active and welcoming community of students, faculty, staff and Jesuits. While we offer an academically rigorous education in arts and sciences, and business and information technology, we are emphatically dedicated to the moral, personal and professional growth of each member of St. Xavier’s family. It’s where students, faculty and staff thrive in a supportive community committed to universal human values exercised in Jesuit traditions. And, it’s where students learn to become leaders through service to others.

The Jesuit spirit of MAGIS, the theme fo

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