Faculty in the News
Professor Kavil Ramachandran of Thomas Schmidheiny Centre for Family Enterprise, ISB, co-authors an article on promoting good governance. The authors feel that there is a need to look governance practices afresh as a personal corporate value of all key stakeholders much beyond the current treatment of it as a compliance or survival requirement. Read the story in Business Standard

Professor Sanjay Kallapur and researcher Ruchi Agarwal write an opinion piece on risk management in Indian banking. Read the story in Fortune India

Professor Krishnamurthy Subramanian gives his comment in a story on the latest turmoil in the country’s forex market as the rupee falls against the dollar to an all-time low. Read the story in Deccan Chronicle

Professor Ashwini Chhatre co-authors a study that says replacing rice with more nutritious less thirsty cereals could help India reduce hunger and chronic water stress and improve nutrition. Read the story in  Times of India

Professor Krishnamurthy Subramanian shares his thoughts on the Impact of changing regulations on Indian banking. Read the story in here

Dr. Chandan Chowdhury shared his thoughts on the future of higher education as a panelist in the CII’s Higher Education Summit. He was a part of the panel named ‘How to collaborate with industry players; need for upgrading curriculum and forging research partnership’. Read the story in  here

Professor Siddharth Shekhar Singh shares his views in a story on Disney’s proposed takeover of 21st Century Fox, and the role of Star India. Read the story in CNNMoney |Kplr11

Professor S. Ramnarayan comments in a story on why companies need to start taking communal biases seriously. He recommends role-playing the challenges customer executives face in the field and sharing video feedback on responses. Read the story in LiveMint

Professor Sanjay Kallapur gives his comment in a story regarding the Institutions of Eminence, telling why ISB applied under the greenfield category. Read the story in

Professor Vaidyanathan Subramanian talks about the lack of attention on the problem of wilful default and also suggests how banks and regulators can find a way to weed out wilful defaulters. Read the story in Fortune India.

Amendment to the Prevention of Corruption Act (PCA) needs to be taken up urgently to deal with corruption in the public sector banks, says Professor Krishnamurthy Subramanian. Read the story in  Times of India

Professor Chandrasekhar Sripada shares his views regarding the challenges of working from home and how can one overcome that. Read the story in Mint

Professor Ramana Sonti attributes the percentage increase in the number of women students to school’s consistent effort for gender diversity since inception. Read the story in Hindu Business Line | BLoC

Professor Ramabhadran Thirumalai shares his views in a story on how investors can spot unregulated deposits or Ponzi schemes and steer clear of them. Read the story in Business Standard.

School in News
Students at ISB celebrated Pride Month with a series of events and Pride Parade. Parmesh Shahani, head of the Godrej India Cultural Lab, and Nitasha Biswas, the country’s first ‘Transqueen', were the guests at the Mohali campus for the event. Read the story  in Times of India | Hindustan Times | Cityairnews
Australian High Commissioner to India, Harinder Sidhu, on Friday, visited ISB’s Hyderabad campus and interacted with the faculty, students, and staff. Read the story in Business Standard | Quint |Eenadu |Telangana Today | DailyHunt |WebIndia123
Lt General Syed Ata Hasnain (Retd), former Military Secretary, Indian Army delivered a talk on strategy and leadership at ISB's Mohali campus. He spoke about experience based strategic and leadership approach to case studies of situations in the Armed Forces. Read the story in Hindustan Times | Cityairnews
ISB hosted a bunch of young and enthusiastic school kids from Leh at its Mohali campus. These kids, accompanied by their teachers and army officers, were on a capacity building tour under ‘Operation Sadbhavana’ by Indian Army. Read the story in here
The Indian School of Business (ISB), on account of International Youth Day, organized a roundtable with students and members from CII - Young Indians, to discuss critical issues around this year’s theme of ‘Safe Spaces for Youth’ and youth’s involvement to tackle them. Read the story in Times of India | Eenadu

As a part of their annual Independence Day celebrations, the students of Indian School of Business hosted around 700 children from different NGO’s across both the campuses. Bandhan, a student-led initiative brings together local underprivileged children to spend an entire day on campus through various cultural events and fun activities. Read the story  in Hindu
Dean Rajendra Srivastava talks about the school’s focus on research and the new initiatives and programmes. He also explains that why it is important to stress on interdisciplinary research. Read the story in Times of India