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Education Post of the South China Morning Post, interviewed Professor Sanjay Kallapur on the recent EQUIS and AACSB reaccreditations.

Education Post of the South China Morning Post, interviewed Professor Sanjay Kallapur on the recent EQUIS and AACSB reaccreditations. “We think we have been doing all the right things, but these two accreditations are outside endorsements that we have been doing all the right things,” shares Sanjay. Read his interview in the
Education Post
 
Professor Chirantan Chatterjee co-authors a piece based on a recent speech by the Prime Minister about health care issues in India

Professor Chirantan Chatterjee co-authors a piece based on a recent speech by the Prime Minister about health care issues in India and conclude that while the PM’s thoughts were noble in their intentions, a lot needs to be done. Read their views in
Live Mint
 
Prof Kavil Ramachandran co- authors an article on addressing the challenges of corporate governance.

Prof Kavil Ramachandran co- authors an article on addressing the challenges of corporate governance. The authors feel that custodians can be change agents as facilitators and watchdogs in order to create a more mature corporate governance culture. Read the article in the
Business Standard
 
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Dean Srivastava lists down four key factors strategic thinking and further explains how each of them will play an important role in shaping the leaders of tomorrow

Dean Srivastava lists down four key factors strategic thinking, dynamic environment, global markets and customer centric processes and further explains how each of them will play an important role in shaping the leaders of tomorrow. Read his opinion piece in the
Hindustan Times
 
The Department of Posts has set up a new post office at our Hyderabad Campus.

The Department of Posts has set up a new post office at our Hyderabad Campus. It was inaugurated by Dean Srivastava and Brig B Chandrasekhar, chief postmaster general (Telengana Circle). Read the News in  
The Hindu | New Indian Express
 
The Indian School of Business saw around 100 professionals across healthcare, infrastructure and manufacturing sectors graduate in the first combined graduation ceremony of Long Duration Programmes (LDP) at its Mohali campus.

The Indian School of Business saw around 100 professionals across healthcare, infrastructure and manufacturing sectors graduate in the first combined graduation ceremony of Long Duration Programmes (LDP) at its Mohali campus recently. Sh. V.P. Singh Badnore, Governor of Punjab handed over the certificates to the students. Read the news in
Times of India | Hindustan Times | Daily Post | Punjab Tribune | Dainik Jagran | City Air News
 
Increased demand for leadership roles from government think tanks, public and the private sector and presence of marquee brands were some of the notable highlights of the Placements 2017 season at the Indian School of Business 

Increased demand for leadership roles from government think tanks, public and the private sector and presence of marquee brands were some of the notable highlights of the Placements 2017 season at the Indian School of Business. Over 400 companies-domestic and international made 1,113 offers to students of the PGP Class of 2017 with an average salary of around 22 lakhs. Read the news in
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Prasanna Tantri and Yakshup Chopra of CAF co-author an article with Professor N R Prabhala where they try to analyse how actively are Jan Dhan bank accounts used.

Prasanna Tantri and Yakshup Chopra of CAF co-author an article with Professor N R Prabhala where they try to analyse how actively are Jan Dhan bank accounts used. The research finds that the activity is slow to start but picks up and shows convergence to the level of normal savings bank accounts opened in this period. Read the article in the
LiveMint

Trying to evaluate the Non-performing assets (NPA), our faculty member K Vaidya Nathan says that neither a model –driven or data driven method is perfect.

Trying to evaluate the Non-performing assets (NPA), our faculty member K Vaidya Nathan says that neither a model –driven or data driven method is perfect. He feels that a crucial step in NPA valuation is creating a mapping between the theoretical recovery values and actual recovery values. Read more in his article in the  
Financial Express
 
Madhav Lal and Mandar Kagade of Bharti Institute of Public Policy take a close look at the bankruptcy code which has been credited as excellent since its enactment.

Madhav Lal and Mandar Kagade of Bharti Institute of Public Policy take a close look at the bankruptcy code which has been credited as excellent since its enactment. They look at some of its challenges as well as the structural issues with public sector banks. Read their views in the
Business Standard