few people know that a part of the St. Xavier's College building
on Park Street, adjacent to the College building proper, above
the main Chapel, houses a treasure which has been practically
FR. DR. FELIX RAJ, S.J.
University vice-chancellor Sugata Marjit and St.
Xavier's College principal Father Felix Raj (extreme
the release of Indian Economy - A Visionary
the college auditorium on Tuesday evening.The book has been
edited by Felix Raj, along with Samrat Roy and Koushik
Kumar Hati, professors of economics in the college. 'We
sat together a year back and decided to bring out something
in honour of the sesquicentenary celebrations of St.
Xavier's College. We asked other professors and 20 of them
contributed. This book has two sections - development and
international trade and finance,' said Felix Raj, who
dedicated the book to former President APJ Abdul Kalam, who
passed away on Monday. 'This book is a testimony to serious
work by scholars,' Marjit said.
Picture by Mayukh Sengupta
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a book on the lives of the Jesuits who lived and worked in India,
especially in Bengal, since the early 19th century.