ISB in Media


 

Professor Sisir Debnath’s co-authored article and research on electronic voting machines (EVM’s) was extensively cited by the law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad 

 
Professor Sisir Debnath’s co-authored article and research on electronic voting machines (EVM’s) was extensively cited by the law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad in Parliament on March 23rd. Read the article in detail in the
New Indian Express
 
 
Graduation 2017 was held on April 7 and 9 across both ISB campuses

Graduation 2017 was held on April 7 and 9 across both our campuses. Rahul Bajaj, Head Bajaj Group and member of the ISB Board was the Chief Guest at Hyderabad and Smt Nirmala Sitaraman, Honourable Minister of State (independent charge) for Industry and Commerce, the Chief Guest at Mohali. Read the news in
Deccan Chronicle

 
ISB has been accredited by the EFMD Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) and re-accredited by the Association for Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)

ISB has been accredited by the EFMD Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) and re-accredited by the Association for Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). We now join the league of just about a hundred select business schools worldwide that have both AACSB and EQUIS accreditations. Read the news in
Economic Times


Prof. Tarun Jain co-authors an article along with Revathy Surya Narayana


Prof. Tarun Jain co-authors an article along with Revathy Surya Narayana examining the recently released draft of the National Education Policy. They try to uncover the link between use of vernacular language in schools and educational achievements. They find that that mother-tongue medium of  instruction led to persistent increases in educational achievement in primary and secondary schooling.  Read their thoughts in Ideas for India

 
Professor Krishnamurthy Subramanian and  Prasanna Tantri analyse  the recent win of the  BJP.

Professor Krishnamurthy Subramanian and  Prasanna Tantri analyse  the recent win of the  BJP. They feel experts should stop armchair theorising, where the ‘theory’ is developed based on anecdotal evidence gathered sporadically. Read their views in the
Economic Times

 
Prof Kavil Ramachandran and Nupur Pavan Bang highlight some of the factors that influence the decision of the scions of business families to join or not to join the family business.

Prof Kavil Ramachandran and Nupur Pavan Bang of Thomas Schmidheiny Centre for Family Enterprise highlight some of the factors that influence the decision of the scions of business families to join or not to join the family business. Read their thoughts in  the
Entrepreneur

 
Professor Shashwat Alok, Prasanna L Tantri and Yakshup Chopra of CAF argue on the efficiency of MGNREGA programme ahead of union budget.

Professor Shashwat Alok, Prasanna L Tantri and Yakshup Chopra of CAF argue on the efficiency of MGNREGA programme ahead of union budget. Through their research and facts they point out that it is important to not just to focus on allocation but also on programme design. Read more at
Times of India

Professor Siddharth S Singh talks about what marketers can do to tide over the demonetisation challenge and engage customers.

Professor Siddharth S Singh talks about what marketers can do to tide over the demonetisation challenge and engage customers. Read his thoughts in
Business Standard