July 28, 2021

Top non-IIM business schools improve gender diversity

Leading non-IIM business schools in the country including XLRI-Xavier School of Management, Bhavan’s SPJIMR, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), Faculty of Management Studies (FMS), Delhi and Goa Institute of Management (GIM) have all seen at least 30% representation of women in the Class of 2023.

  • Faculty Name Dr. Aditi S Divatia
  • Featured In The Economic Times
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July 23, 2021

How Zomato, Swiggy’s hunger has taken meals off Mumbai dabbawalas plate

For two decades, neither terror attacks nor monsoon deluges could stop Kailash Shinde from delivering hot lunches to Mumbai office workers.

  • Faculty Name Dr. Sreedevi R
  • Featured In Mint
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July 23, 2021

India’s B-Schools are equipping future executives with ESG training

Sustainable management studies are becoming popular among MBA students since there is more awareness around regulatory requirements. Many students have faced the impact of climate change themselves.

  • Faculty Name Prof. Jagdish Rattanani
  • Featured In Mint
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July 19, 2021

Surging Fuel Prices Further Dent India’s Pandemic-Stressed Economy

The Baddi-Barotiwala-Nalagarh industrial hub in Himachal Pradesh, surrounded by a panoramic view of the Shivalik hills, is home to Asia’s largest pharmaceutical manufacturing hub.

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
  • Featured In IndiaSpend
July 16, 2021

From invisible to visible: How Durex became the second biggest condom brand in India by value

Six years ago, Durex was almost invisible. In fact, it was so thin in presence that rivals, and consumers, thought that the world’s biggest condom brand was not even present in India.

  • Faculty Name Dr. Ashita Aggarwal
  • Featured In Forbes India
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July 16, 2021

Brands incentivise Covid-19 vaccination: Shot in the arm or short-sighted?

The customer, David Ogilvy proclaimed in the 1950s, is not a moron. “She’s your wife,” said the father of advertising, codifying his priceless wisdom in the book ‘Confessions of an Advertising Man’, published in 1963.

  • Faculty Name Dr. Ashita Aggarwal
  • Featured In Forbes India
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July 16, 2021

Turning men into gentlemen: How The Man Company is breaking masculinity stereotypes

In early 2013, cracks began to appear in the facade. ‘He Man’ was supposed to lead from the front. Well, Hitesh Dhingra stumbled on to something that turned the perception upside down.

  • Faculty Name Dr. Ashita Aggarwal
  • Featured In Forbes India
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June 30, 2021

For immunity enhancing products, the key ingredient is consumer trust

About a month ago, the ASCI (Advertising Standards Council of India) advised FMCG major Dabur to either ‘modify or withdraw’ an ad claiming that two spoons daily of its Chyawanprash provides protection against Covid-19.

  • Faculty Name Dr. Ashita Aggarwal
  • Featured In ET Brand Equity
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June 30, 2021

For immunity enhancing products, the key ingredient is consumer trust

About a month ago, the ASCI (Advertising Standards Council of India) advised FMCG major Dabur to either ‘modify or withdraw’ an ad claiming that two spoons daily of its Chyawanprash provides protection against Covid-19.

  • Faculty Name Dr. Ashita Aggarwal
  • Featured In ET Brand Equity
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June 11, 2021

Classes Go Hi-Tech

Institutes of higher education in India have been looking beyond physical classrooms and paper-pen assessments for a long time. In spite of this, adoption of education technology, or EdTech, did not become a huge trend.

  • Faculty Name Prof. Shailaja Jha
  • Featured In Business Today
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June 8, 2021

Experts weigh in on surveillance measures post SEBI action on Franklin Templeton AMC

Market regulator SEBI has come down heavily on Franklin Templeton Asset Management Company (FT-AMC), by transferring the fund management and advisory fee of the last two years to aggrieved investors. A move, which is certain to provide some solace to unitholders of the six shuttered schemes.

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
  • Featured In CNBC TV18
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June 4, 2021

India’s foreign exchange reserve rises to record $600 billion

India’s foreign exchange reserves rose to a record $600 billion, although the central bank does not plan to introduce new instruments to manage these inflows.

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
  • Featured In The Economic Times
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June 4, 2021

RBI Monetary Policy: Ananth Narayan, Indranil Pan and Soumya Kanti Ghosh decode impact on economy

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
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May 30, 2021

Thinkpad: Opinions, Opinions

You know what they say about opinions….Everyone has one.

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
  • Featured In Bloomberg Quint
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May 26, 2021

RBI to transfer payout of Rs 99,122 crore to government

The Reserve Bank of India has announced that it will transfer Rs 99,122 crore as surplus to the Centre for the nine months ended March 31, 2021. The central bank, which has followed a July-June accounting year, is transitioning to an April-March accounting year from this fiscal.

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ananth Narayan
  • Featured In Telegraph India
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May 25, 2021

JAGSoM Specialized PGDM in Marketing: Why this maybe the right MBA for grooming students for “new age marketing roles”

To groom professionals in Marketing, Finance and Business Analytics domains, Jagdish Sheth School of Management (JAGSoM) Bangalore, an AACSB Accredited and globally ranked leading B-School, offers three Specialized PGDM programs – PGDM Marketing, Finance and Business Analytics

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May 24, 2021

B.N.M Institute of Technology partners with Harappa to integrate behavioral skilling into curriculum

India’s leading online institution for online behavioral learning has partnered with B.N.M Institute of Technology (BNMIT) to integrate Thrive Skills

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May 21, 2021

Busting the ‘cheap’ iPhone myth in India

The ‘cheapest’ iPhone in India—SE 2020—costs around Rs 32,000. To be precise, a 64 GB variant is available for Rs 31,999 on Flipkart, the biggest online smartphone market player in India. Now, if one goes by the popular perception, SE 2020 should be the bestseller for Apple in India, right? Wrong.

  • Faculty Name Dr. Ashita Aggarwal
  • Featured In Forbes India
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May 19, 2021

B-schools go all out in the fight against Covid

The country’s premier business schools are going all out in the fight against Covid, with students, faculty and

  • Faculty Name Prof. Ratika Gore
  • Featured In Economic Times
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May 18, 2021

SPJIMR student wins Tata social enterprise challenge

Satendrasingh Lilhare, a student of SPJIMR’s postgraduate programme for development management (PGPDM) has won the Tata Social Enterprise Challenge award. Lilhare’s social enterprise ‘Bastar se Bazaar tak’ — which provides agri-based employment opportunities to people in the rural areas of Bastar, Chattisgarh helped him win ₹2.5 lakh cash prize.

  • Faculty Name Prof. Prabhat Pani
  • Featured In BusinessLine
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