Neural Networks are known to be sensitive to initialisation. The methods that rely on neural networks for feature ranking are not robust since they can have variations in their ranking when the model is initialized and trained with different random seeds. In this work, we introduce a novel method based on parameter averaging to estimate accurate and robust feature importance in tabular data setting, referred as XTab. We first initialize and train multiple instances of a shallow network (referred as local masks) with "different random seeds" for a downstream task. We then obtain a global mask model by "averaging the parameters" of local masks. We show that although the parameter averaging might result in a global model with higher loss, it still leads to the discovery of the ground-truth feature importance more consistently than an individual model does. We conduct extensive experiments on a variety of synthetic and real-world data, demonstrating that the XTab can be used to obtain the global feature importance that is not sensitive to sub-optimal model initialisation.