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Dean Rajendra Srivastava talks about the key challenges in the B schools today.

Dean Rajendra Srivastava talks about the key challenges in the B schools today and how majority of management sessions and institutes lacks a perfect blend of theory and practice. Read his article in Business World
 
Ready4, a Boston-based company that creates test prep apps, recently released its annual ranking of the “The Most Desired Business School Programs.”  

Ready4, a Boston-based company that creates test prep apps, recently released its annual ranking of the “The Most Desired Business School Programs.” ISB is 5th in this list among the 25 schools ranked, based on methodology that’s reported by current and prospective students. In other words, students themselves are ranking which schools they find most desirable. Read more at Poets & Quants

ISB team won a prize in agri-tech startup competition for its idea around innovation in India’s agricultural sector.  

ISB team won a prize in agri-tech startup competition for its idea around innovation in India’s agricultural sector. The competition was held as a part of yes bank transformation series and panel discussion that covered topics such as agri-tech trends, emerging innovations, policy changes, and recommendations for aspiring entrepreneurs in India. Read more here
 
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh unveiled the draft Punjab Startup and Entrepreneurship Development Policy 2017 at his inaugural address in the 'Road to GES' programme at ISB’s Mohali campus. 

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh unveiled the draft Punjab Startup and Entrepreneurship Development Policy 2017 at his inaugural address in the 'Road to GES' programme at ISB’s Mohali campus. The Road to GES, focused on 'Celebrating and Empowering Women in Entrepreneurship', was organised by NITI Aayog in partnership with FICCI and ISB. Read the news in Tribune | Hindustan Times |Business Standard | ZeeNews |UNIIndia | Babushahi | BusinessWorld
 
DD News hosted a programme at ISB’s Hyderabad campus on the start-up ecosystem in the background of the upcoming Global Entrepreneurship Summit(GES). 

DD News hosted a programme at ISB’s Hyderabad campus on the start-up ecosystem in the background of the upcoming Global Entrepreneurship Summit(GES). The one hour discussion revolved around topics such as startups, research, innovation and ecosystem etc. Prof Anand Nandkumar, Prof Deepa Mani , Dr Chandan Chowdhury, ISB PGPMAX alumnus and CEO and Co-founder ZYPPYS Rajani Kasu joined the show as panelists sharing their views and answering questions around these topics. Watch the show here
 
The Road to GES event co-hosted by Get in the Ring , Niti Ayog, and ISB had a startup pitching session at our Hyderabad campus. 

The Road to GES event co-hosted by Get in the Ring , Niti Ayog, and ISB had a startup pitching session at our Hyderabad campus.  ISB also hosted a panel discussion on ‘Post GES: the Way forward’ with FICCI ,Niti Ayog and Government of Telengana Read more in Deccan ChronicleTimes of India | Namaste Telengana  |Eenadu |Vaartha | ChennaiPatrika
 
ISB has signed an MoU with the South Central Railway (SCR) to collaborate in capacity building and research. 

ISB has signed an MoU with the South Central Railway (SCR) to collaborate in capacity building and research. The MoU was exchanged between Dean Srivastava   and Vinod Kumar Yadav, General Manager SCR. Going forward the programmes would be led by CEE at ISB. Read the news in Business Standard |BLOC | Deccan Chronicle | EnergyInfraPost | OutlookIndia |  | The Hindu |  The New Indian Express | Hindu Business Line | WebIndia123 | The HansIndia
 
ISB’s Hyderabad campus won the award for ‘smartest educational building’ at the Network 18 and Honey well Smart Building Awards .

ISB’s Hyderabad campus won the award for ‘smartest educational building’ at the Network 18 and Honey well Smart Building Awards .The award was given by Hardeep Singh Puri, Minister of state in the ministry of housing and urban affairs in Delhi. A smart building is judged on the parameters of being connected, safe, comfortable and energy efficient .Read the news here
 
Faculty in the News 
 
Professor Vaidyanathan talks about the current economic scenario in the US

Professor Vaidyanathan talks about the current economic scenario in the US, the extreme policy decisions being taken under the current regime and their possible impact on the economy.  Read his opinion piece in Financial Express
 
Prof Amit Nandkeolyar takes the case of Tata Motors to provide rich insights into the varying levels of trust of negotiators and their effects on negotiation outcomes.

Prof Amit Nandkeolyar takes the case of Tata Motors to provide rich insights into the varying levels of trust of negotiators and their effects on negotiation outcomes. Read this study from ISBInsight that suggests that trust promotes greater information sharing without the fear of exploitation, which in turn, leads to value creation and better outcomes for all negotiating parties. Read more in Forbes India
 
By demonstrating savings behaviour to help farmers take advantage of inter-temporal price fluctuations between harvest and lean seasons, Professor Shilpa Aggarwal and colleagues created a model for Kenyan farmers to maximise maize sales and revenues. 

By demonstrating savings behaviour to help farmers take advantage of inter-temporal price fluctuations between harvest and lean seasons, Professor Shilpa Aggarwal and colleagues created a model for Kenyan farmers to maximise maize sales and revenues. They share their findings that can help to inform the creation of seasonal arbitrage opportunities for Indian smallholder farmers. Read the article of ISBInsight in Forbes India 
 
Professor Ashwini Chhatre speaks to the Better India magazine and explains why there is a need for a support ecosystem for non-profits in the clean energy sector in India.

Professor Ashwini Chhatre speaks to the Better India magazine and explains why there is a need for a support ecosystem for non-profits in the clean energy sector in India. ISB and Shakti Foundation have created the Clean Energy Lab a one of its kind incubation program that will  support ideas with a potential for creating research and evidence-based policy impact in clean energy. Read more in The Better India
  
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Prof Kavil Ramachandran co-authors an article where taking the recent episodes of Infosys and Tata group 

Prof Kavil Ramachandran co-authors an article where taking the recent episodes of Infosys and Tata group as an example he suggests few steps that should be taken care while considering  outside talent for CXO positions by the companies .Read the article in Business Standard 
 
Sarang Deo, Executive Director of the Max Institute of Healthcare Management and Associate Professor of Operations Management at the ISB was a part of the team that recently won a research award from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation under the Grand Challenges Explorations 

Sarang Deo, Executive Director of the Max Institute of Healthcare Management and Associate Professor of Operations Management at the ISB was a part of the team that recently won a research award from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation under the Grand Challenges Explorations - an initiative fostering innovation that can make an impact in solving key global health and development problems. The team conducted a study on optimizing the use of Sample transportation (ST) systems that enable physical transportation of samples from health centers to laboratories as well as of results back to clinics, at Malawi in Africa. Read the details here
 
Vikram Thaploo, CEO of Apollo Remote Healthcare and a student of the Healthcare Management Programme (HMP) at the Max Institute has been conferred the  “CEO of the year”  by Healthcare Achievers and Leadership Awards 2017

Vikram Thaploo, CEO of Apollo Remote Healthcare and a student of the Healthcare Management Programme (HMP) at the Max Institute has been conferred the  “CEO of the year”  by Healthcare Achievers and Leadership Awards 2017 .He has been recognized for his immense contributions in the field of Healthcare. Read the news here
 
Students in the News
 
Anshul Kothari from PGPCo2018 has won three medals–two silver and one bronze – at the 71st Senior National Aquatic Championship organised in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.

Anshul Kothari from PGPCo2018 has won three medals–two silver and one bronze – at the 71st Senior National Aquatic Championship organised in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. Post his win he said “Now, I am putting all my focus on Asian and Commonwealth Games the next year”. Read the news in Ahmedabad Mirror | Times of India
 
The number of foreign students at ISB has increased rapidly from last year unlike the other Indian B schools.

The number of foreign students at ISB has increased rapidly from last year unlike the other Indian B schools. Read the story in detail in Economic Times

Apurva Agarwal, Meemoh Shrivastava ,Navneet Kaur and Vasu Goel from the PGPCo2018  won the ET Young Leader  B School Award 2017.
 
Apurva Agarwal, Meemoh Shrivastava ,Navneet Kaur and Vasu Goel from the PGPCo2018  won the ET Young Leader  B School Award 2017.They were among the 23 winners  who were selected after rigorous rounds by a jury comprising of country’s  top CEOs and business leaders. Read more at Economic Times | India Finance News
 
Debashish Sarangi from Co 2018 gives his comments in a story on students entering early in the equity markets.

Debashish Sarangi from Co 2018 gives his comments in a story on students entering early in the equity markets. Sharing his experiences he says, “The bulk of my portfolio is in mutual funds which offer diversification and only a small portion is in direct equities”. Read the full story in Business Standard
 
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Prof Jaya Dixit and Nupur Pavan Bang explain why it would not be in India’s benefit to respond with trade and capital restrictions on US companies in the current scenario

Prof Jaya Dixit and Nupur Pavan Bang explain why it would not be in India’s benefit to respond with trade and capital restrictions on US companies in the current scenario of H-1B visa restrictions  . Read their views in Economic Times