Chair PersonDr. (Fr.) Vinayak Jadav, SJ
Principal, St. Xavier’s College
IQAC CoordinatorDr. Mallika Sanyal
Vice-Principal (Science), St. Xavier’s College
External ExpertsDr. Anindita Mehta
Chief General Manager & Lab Director
Consumer Education Research Centre, Gandhinagar
Mr. Shyam Parekh
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s Rajendra Prasad Institute
Dr. Atanu Bhattacharya
Professor, Centre for English Studies
Central University of Gujarat
Management RepresentativeDr. (Fr.) Johnson M.
Vice-Principal (SF), St. Xavier’s College
Faculty and Administrative StaffDr. Nirmal Desai, Controller of Examination
Mr. Agnelo Gonsalves, Office Superintendent
Dr. Arti Oza, Faculty, Psychology Dept.
Dr. Shital Doshi, Faculty, BC-BT Dept.
Dr. Sanjeev Gupta, Faculty, Physics-Electronics Dept.
Dr. Rashmi Yadav, Faculty, Botany Dept.
Dr. Uma Hariskrishnan, Faculty, Chemistry Dept. 
Mr. Johnson Christian, Senior Clerk


Dr. Dhara Bhatt Dr. Suhani Parekh
Dr. Tatpar Joshipura Dr. Archana George
Dr. Dhawal Bhatt Dr. Supriya Sioni
Dr. Sweta Patel Dr. Ashwini Kshatriya

Student Core Team

St. Xavier’s College being one of the most prestigious colleges of Gujarat, is known for its discipline and excellence in academic performance since decades. keeping with its earnest endeavor to ensure quality education at SXCA, the college has set in place a Student Core Team entailing of students selected on the basis of the interviews conducted under the leadership of extra-curricular committee. Selection is priorities based on their academic records, discipline and leadership qualities. All curricular and extra-curricular activities of the College fall under the cell comprising of staff and students from the Core Team. The core team ensures friendly environment of the college campus along with organizing and conducting various programmes under NSS, Cultural activities, Utcarsh, CWDC, Jagarat and so on. They also play key role in smooth functioning of the admission every year. Thus, student participation in the academic and administrative activities of the College is graded bottom-up to allow maximum role of the students from the grassroot level.