How an E-MBA changed the lives of some of Goa’s brightest business brains

We all have dreams and ambitions; we all have goals we want to achieve. But the difference between those who succeed and those that don’t, is that the former have a deep thirst for knowledge and a continuous desire to better themselves. And while the academic route is not the only one available to better oneself – it is one that has proven to deliver.

Let’s take a look at how GIM’S Executive MBA shaped the lives of 6 extraordinary individuals and helped them become the successful leaders they are today:

1. Dr. Viney Naresh Jindal – Former Dean of Goa Medical College, one of the oldest medical colleges in Asia


Although Dr. Jindal enrolled himself for the E-MBA program without any goal in mind, he admits that he has greatly benefited from it. He says “GMC is a very diverse institution with employees ranging from highly educated professors to sweepers and managing all of them is not an easy task. Studying organizational behaviour helped me a lot in dealing with various complex situations that arose during my tenure”.  In addition to that, it prepared him to handle financial issues within his organization and also refined his communication and interpersonal skills. He feels that real-time implementation of concepts is a lot more effective than studying it and then later implementing it when you get a job.

2. Dr. Radhika Nayak – Principal of S. S. Dempo College of Commerce and Economics


It was around the same time of joining the E-MBA program that she was offered the position of Principal; which, she accepted. She was excited by the two huge challenges, beginning together. All the subjects suited her job requirements – accountancy, communication skills, strategic management, interview techniques, HRM, leadership and so on. She says “I benefited a great deal from the program! The tangibles were of course the degree with a grade sheet that I was proud of but of greater importance were the intangibles – admiration for excellent teachers, friendships for life, renewed enthusiasm in the midst of young colleagues and the satisfaction of having spent 3 years productively! This is an experience that one should never miss!!”

3. Mr. Anirudha Walawalkar- Director-Fluid & Power Automations LLP Turnkey Electrical Works Ltd (responsible for the lighting of the Iconic Atal Sethu Bridge)


Mr. Walawalkar refused to take the easy route and delayed joining his family business because he knew he would be treated as royalty and would never be able to learn any real-life lessons. He joined J & J Precision India after completing his engineering and around the same time joined the E-MBA course at GIM. He says “EMBA definitely helped me a lot. It has expanded the horizon of my thinking capacity. As an engineer I would focus only on production related activities. EMBA has taught me the importance and art of management. It has given me a broader perspective of how to run a successful business.” He is someone who loves to challenge himself and make the impossible possible. One of his earliest work was electrifying Surla village in 2006.  Some of his other notable lighting work is that of the iconic Atal Sethu and IFFI.


4. Mr. Kabir K Shirgaonkar- Deputy Collector – Goa Government- Mapusa


Mr. Shirgaonkar, currently the Deputy Collector of Mapusa is a force to reckon with and EMBA has greatly contributed in him reaching his current position. He says “The EMBA course at GIM has been a great contributor towards the development of my personality and fulfilment of my professional goals. The leadership, time management, man management, group discussions and workshops on team skills have aided me immensely to augment my existing repertoire an all new level. From a job in the Corporate sector to a job in the Goa Police dept. as a Police Sub Inspector to my present job as a Deputy Collector & SDM of Bardez, brand GIM has thought me to be more ambitious and constantly strive to reach higher standards.”


5. Mr. Mishal Maganlal- Director, Magsons Group


Magsons Group is Goa’s largest retail chain. Mr. Mishal, the director says “The EMBA program at GIM enabled me to apply my learnings in real time at work. Coming from a science background, the course curriculum and guidance of the professors has helped me develop a strong business foundation.”


6. Mr. Ketan Pradip Kenkre- Director of Operations – Sanaya Energy LLP


Mr. Kenkre is a very respected member of the Goan business community. He is also very passionate about making India energy sufficient through the use of alternative energy. He says “My journey at GIM was so stupendous; it not only gave me more logical ways of looking at a problem but brought over a complete paradigm from pin to piano in me. From the interpersonal skill development, to the confidence in facing large audiences, not to forget the numerous benefits of NLP, & AMP; also, to bring out and polish all my skills that were in abeyance to me and much more.”

While these are the stories of only a few of our alumni, you must know that the rest of them too are have paved success routes and reached notable heights in their careers across various industries.


There is no denying that pursuing an E-MBA can have a life changing effect and GIM has always produced individuals who stand apart in society for their entrepreneurial and professional contributions. Now that you are aware of all that you stand to gain through this transformative journey, we’d suggest you don’t waste any time and Apply to our PGDM Part Time program today! You can apply on


8 reasons why Goan Businessmen & Executives should pursue a Part-Time MBA

In Goa, we are known for our susegad – a relaxed and laid-back- way of life. Sounds perfect, right? Well, it may work for the rest of life, but when it comes to business – you may want to think again! With the rapidly changing business environment globally it has become imperative to keep up-to its pace, if growth is what you are after. And we believe that a  well-rounded management programme will not only enable you to effectively respond to these changes, but will also give you an edge that’ll ensure you are always one step ahead.


Here are 8 reasons why you should pursue a Part-Time MBA:

  1. To grow your business

A Part-Time MBA is perfect for you, if you are already into the realms of business. It gives you the opportunity  to hone your business acumen and entrepreneurial skills that will supplement your industry experience. Pursuing an MBA will also help you develop the ability to have a larger macro perspective of your business that will help you make informed decisions – which means – You  win AND your business wins.


  1. To climb up the corporate ladder

Climbing up the ladder in the corporate world can be a long and tiresome journey; speed it up by adding an MBA to your creds. Besides providing you with the ammunition of better management it will equip you with a peek into the workings of all business faculties whether it be finance, marketing, HR or operations. This in turn will result in you being a step ahead of the herd in claiming that promotion you’ve been eyeing. You will also increase your prospects of getting a much better job outside your current organization which is most often accompanied by a fatter pay cheque.


  1. You don’t have to give up your weekly schedule

Yes. You can have your cake and have it with ice-cream too! An Executive (or part-time) MBA is designed specifically for working individuals and therefore classes are conducted on the weekends. Which means you do not need to take time off from work; you can simply pursue both, your career and education hand in hand.


  1. To make an immediate impact

Since an Executive MBA is part-time program, you will have a prompt effect at work and can  apply the concepts and knowledge you gain in the classroom almost immediately. The learning is profound and connecting since you can test your new learnings when you return to the workplace. Moreover, there are numerous functional components such as projects that are part of the program and will give you valuable insights and cross-functional learning. You might even consider  taking a shot at solving a problem you are currently facing at work or at your own business with inputs from your classmates and professors alike.

  1. To enhance your Leadership potential

The idea and routine with regards to leadership in business includes substantially more than overseeing others. It is likewise about helping your association adjust to the obscure. Leaders must be adaptable, mindful of their specific situation, and ready to alter their authority style to the current circumstance. In this way, creating and improving your authority abilities is urgently significant to successfully run an organisation, and an EMBA offers you the chance to do just that.


  1. To adapt to the constantly changing business environment

Knowledge and skills acquired by conventional degrees quickly become out-dated due to the dynamic nature of the modern business environment. An Executive MBA will prepare you for these changes by refining your skill set to match current business requirements and banish your fears linked to constant change. It is also greatly helpful to working individuals with a non- management background level one’s own playing field in business world.


  1. To gain new skills and enhance your current skill set

The programme will provide you with opportunities to hone crucial business and life skills-  some that you already have and some that you are yet to develop. Communication skills, Problem solving skills and Analytical thinking skills are just a few of what an MBA would help you with.


  1. To build a powerful network

A Part-Time MBA gives you the priceless opportunity to meet and connect with people from various industries and different walks of life all at once.  Amid the program you will profit by the wide variety of members in your group, amplifying your learning by testing your suppositions and widening your points of view. Furthermore, you will access to our crème de la crème faculty who you could leverage as mentors in your business and career growth paths.



We have  made our case pretty clear -pursuing an Executive MBA is a transformative journey that will enable you to broaden your horizon, reach new heights and accomplish your professional goals. Scoring an Executive MBA is guaranteed to help you challenge existing boundaries and help bring about significant changes in your business and your life. If you haven’t got one already, now is the time. Apply at to get started on this upwards and onwards journey with Goa’s premier institute in Management Studies.



Inception 2019

This weekend, GIMites took time off to make more than just memories. Each one of them gathered together for Inception 2019 – Annual Cultural Festival of GIM organized by our very own talented students. Our college, beautifully lit and decorated, gave out the vibes of a grand festival, indeed. Amidst the various activities taking place on campus, the students took an opportunity to socialise and relax with a calm mind.
Inception, Day1 was kicked off with sparkling display of fireworks lighting up the sky, declaring the event open. Followed by dance performances, the students definitely managed to set the stage on fire. Pool of participants included brilliant students from various colleges across the country. The enthusiastic performances kept the audience entertained and cheerful throughout the evening. Following which, we got to witness an extremely thrilling Fire Act by Kanan-The Fire Eaters which left each and every one present in the amphitheatre with Goosebumps.
Towards the end to this exceedingly eventful evening, The judges felicitated the winners of the dance competition. We congratulate all winners for their success.
That’s not where the night ended, the students gathered and danced the night away, grooving to the beats by DJ Snigdha – organized by Inception in collaboration with RaZzMaTaZz.



Students gathered with much zeal and excitement for day 2 of INCEPTION 2019 and what better way to start the evening than on a musical note. Students from across the country brought the amphitheatre alive with their melodious voices during the event ‘Stereoheads’ – a singing competition.

The competition was followed by an extraordinary performance by Mr. Silvester Stephen. He thoroughly entertained the audience with his extraordinary beat boxing skills, well complimented by his humour. The audience roared with laughter through his entire gig.

Following their power packed band performance and keeping with the high spirits, Inception 2019 continued with ‘Battle on the Rocks.’ Various bands kept the audience up and going well through the night as they competed against each other for the prize.

The weekend was exhausting but exhilarating. Inception 2019 might have come to an end but, it will take a long time for it to leave our minds and hearts.


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Anveshan 2019

“Be proud of your past, but don’t become a prisoner of your legacy and education. Discover your passion and uncover your true north” ~Mr. Prabir Jha, President and Global Chief People Officer, Cipla

The first day of Anveshan, 2019 started on a very enthusiastic and positive note with the lighting of the lamp by the keynote speaker of the event, Mr.Prabir Jha, Prof. Venkatesh Naga and Prof. Padmanabhan. Prof. Venkatesh Naga opened Gyaanodaya – the first event of Anveshan 2019 – with an address where he spoke about the GIM difference and commended HRiday, the HR club of GIM, for their hardwork in organizing the event.

Mr. Jha took over the stage to share his experiences in HR and advise students in their personal and career choices. Believing that “the ability to think beyond the obvious” is the core to becoming a great leader he said, “in your life and career you will be making decisions that will be momentous. Look assymetrical and do not lose out on the risks and opportunities that come with it.”


In just Day 1 of Anveshan 2019, HRiday successfully executed yet another event:
‘Margdarshan’ – in association with TOPSIM provided by Tata Interactive Systems.

Case study competitions are a big part of management school. Albert Einstein said, “the value of a college education is not the learning of many facts but the training of the mind to think.”

Samiksha, the flagship event of Anveshan, is India’s biggest national level live HR case study competition. The uniqueness of the event stems from the fact that the case study’s have been written in collaboration with companies such an Syngenta, Make a Difference and Sanofi who, post the event, get exclusive rights to the solutions as well. This year, the event saw participation from B-schools across the country.

Team Nocturnal Beings (Surbhi Gupta and Juie S Shah) from MICA bagged the 1st position and Team Rampage (Pallabi and Tanya Anand) from MICA bagged the 2nd position.



They also gave us the opportunity to beat some djembe’s for the afternoon and enjoy the feeling of being one with music whilst simultaneously being amongst a circle of friends. There was something therapeutic and euphoric about the whole experience.

The workshop Drum-e-Baazi was organised by Machhli – the art space and conducted by their founder Vartika Gupta and her team. We thank them for their palpable and infectious energy that left us all with a skip in our step.

A perfect end to Anveshan 2019. Signing off for now and until next year…


Prabodhan 2019

With an aim to provide practical learning opportunities to minimize risk and maximize success in ventures, SCOPES, the supply chain & operations club of GIM organised Prabodhan – a national level supply Chain & operations conclave.

Prabodhan 2019 began on a peaceful note with the traditional lighting of the lamp by Mr. Ravindra Tulsyan, Effective Change Leader, ERP/SCM/ Business Process Guru & Professor Raj Amonkar, PGP Chair of GIM. This was followed by a melodious performance by the GIM Choir. Moving ahead, professor Raj Amonkar addressed the audience and spoke about ‘Autonomous Learning’ – how GIM facilitates learning beyond classrooms, & excitingly unveiled the annual Supply Chain & Operations newsletter ‘Samhita’.

The stage was then taken over by Mr. Tulsyan who spoke about ” New Trends in Supply Change Management”. He explained to the students of GIM the different roles in this sector, it’s evolution over the years and inspired them to consider careers in the field. He also clarified common misconceptions associated with SCM and said, “earlier, SCM was limited to a small geographical area but now it has become a lot more complex and is affecting the global society.”



Day 2 of Prabodhan the national level Supply Chain and Operations Conclave began with a talk conducted by Mr. Procyon Mukherjee, Chief Procurement Officer- India, LafargeHolcim.
“Goods will be replaced by services as we move up the value chain” he said while talking about factors that would impact 2019.

Qriosity- Online Quiz based on supply chain and logistics was held in association with Brainvista
Winners – Ayesha faria & Shravani Naik
Runners up- Anupam Roy & Aishwarya Kamat

Continuum v5.0, the national case study competition was based on a live industry challenge, which engaged over 100 participants across B-schools in India. The competition was fierce while students came up with new ideas and innovative solutions. The Winners of Continuum were Neelansh Saini, Sumit Dhall and Nidhish Francis from National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE), Mumbai.

Samhita 4.0 the Annual Supply Chain and Operations Newsletter received contributions from students IIM-A, KJSIMSR, IIFT, DMS-NIT Trichy. The winner was announced to be Niyant Thakar from KJSIMSR for his insightful article.

The conclave ended with a vote of thanks by SCOPES thanking all the volunteers and the people involved in making the event a grand success.


Grand Alumni Meet 2019

The Student Alumni Relations Cell, like every year, organised the Grand Alumni Meet 2019. The event kicked off with “Hangouts” – a platform for the alumni of various batches to interact with the current batch of students and reminisce about the good old times. During one of the six sessions, Mr. Ajay Furtado, director and partner in Fourth Signal said “the habits we picked up in the two years at GIM help us even now.” The sessions were a learning experience for GIMites as it allowed us to witness the growth of our esteemed institute through the eyes of our alumni. Another alum Mr. Gaurav Golwalkar, founder of Buy Test Series said, “The only thing I learnt here and remember all the time is I’ve been taking opportunities as they come. We can’t wait for the right one to come.”
Manoj john – batch of 1998, Vice President – Strategic Initiatives at K K Birla Group Company said, “At times things work out, at times they don’t, and when they don’t, you only need to be positive and keep moving ahead- what matters is the confidence in you”
The post lunch program started on a peaceful note with the lighting of the lamp by Fr.Romuald D’Souza, Dr. Ajit Parulekar, Prof. Ashoka Chandra, Prof. T.K.Nair, Mr. Peter FX D’Lima and Prof. Anamika Sinha. This was followed by a soulful performance by the GIM Choir, which sang melodious numbers to keep the audience engaged. Going ahead, our beloved director, Dr.Ajit Parulekar addressed the audience. He started by welcoming everyone and spoke about GIM’s growth this year in terms of admissions and placements. He talked about how the Big Data Analytics programme has attained immense recognition in just a matter of year and is expected to grow rapidly as the number of seats have been doubled this year. He also took pride in sharing that GAM-2019 was the largest ever GIM alumni gathering in the history of its 25 years. “Quality of an institution depends on two things – the impact of the research they do and the performance of their alumnus.” said Dr.Parulekar.

Fr.Romuald D’Souza then addressed the gathering and expressed his gratitude and happiness for the success of the event. He said that this meet has not only helped to bring the past batches together, but also gave them a chance to reunite and bond and also gave the current students an opportunity to interact with them. With the 25 batches coming to the institute, it was an incredibly nostalgic and significant day. Post this, the felicitation of the first six pioneer batches, from the batch of 1995 to the batch of 2000 of GIM, took place wherein the alums were provided with mementos as a token of gratitude for the much-anticipated 25th year of the institute.

The Mr. Srinivas Chunduru, GIM Batch of 1996-98, Senior Advisor and Board of Directors, Ola was awarded with the distinguished alumni of the year award. In his address he said, “They say that opportunities knock at our door only once, but the reality is it never knocks. We need to take risks; we need to grab opportunities by ourselves”. Adding to that he also said, “Secret of happiness is when you know the purpose behind what you are doing”.


Mr. Perry Goes then addressed the crowd, reminisced about his time in college, and talked about how the college has been growing in its stature over the past few years.

The post tea session commenced with a fun filled performance by a very talented stand-up comedian, Mr. Karunesh Talwar, who made sure that the auditorium was filled with oodles of giggles and laughter. This gig was followed by a power-packed performance by the band- ‘The Family’. Their music echoed throughout evening uplifting the spirit & energy amongst the crowd.

It was, indeed, a day to remember, with many more memories to take back for our senior batches. We wish them luck and success for all their future endeavours!


FINDING YOUR SPOT- 5 Creative spaces in GIM


  1. Sunset Point: Whether its personal or professional goal setting or reflecting on life in general, the sunset point at GIM is a an ideal space for creative exploration and self actualisation. Be inspired by the colours of the setting setting sun or the westward wind blowing by.


  2. Lawns: Perfect for informal group discussions and project planning, the lawns at GIM let you soak up the Goan sun while letting your ideas and creativity flourish. You could also find a spot in the shade in along the sidelines if the sun isn’t your cup of tea.


  3. Finance Lab: If Wall Street is one of the must visit places on your bucket list, this space maybe your go to on campus. Equipped with 10 Thompson Reuters terminal, CMIE, Capitaline, CRISIL Fund Analyser, Stock price Ticker and access to news channels, the lab provides you with all the information you need and an environment to hone your stock market trading skills.

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  4.  By the Pool – if you are a water baby or you just need to cool off, the pool at GIM is where you want to be. It’s the perfect spot to beat the Goan summer heat.


  5. Breakout rooms- Want to share and discuss your ideas but your hostel room is too much of a mess to have your friends over? The break-out rooms are perfect for impromptu meet ups.


With applications closing soon (4th Jan 2019 to be more specific), it’s now time to prepare for what’s next- group discussions and personal interviews. Here are some ‘unofficial’ tips that might help you in that next phase.


Know what you are going to say: We aren’t saying you should hard code what you are going to say at the interview but vaguely knowing how you are going to respond to certain questions could help you calm those nerves. While the questions at your interview may differ with the interviewer across the table, certain questions are inevitable and preparing for those will give you a boost of confidence as you step in. For eg: In all probability you will be asked, “Can you tell me something about yourself?” or “Why do you want to get into GIM?”; practice enough to remain calm and composed, but don’t overdo it, lest you sound robotic.


Bring specific questions:

Your interviewer may expect you to ask some questions about the institute and talk about how you are going to add to the campus community. Put some effort into coming up with creative questions; preferably answers to which cannot be found on the FAQs section of our website.

Be yourself…but be your best self: The interview is not the time to talk about your CAT/ XAT or GMAT scores, it’s the time to talk about your life and who you are. The most important part of the interview is letting your stellar personality shine through; now you may have many sides to you, but showcasing your professional, mature and poised side might be your best bet. Showing up like you just peeled yourself off the couch may not be a great idea, but grooming yourself to be pleasant and presentable might.

Know what’s going on:

Not only with regards to business and management, but also about the things that matter to you. If football is a passion, then you should at-least know who is at the top of the table of the English Premier league. Or if the financial markets are your thing, then you should have a POV on how to improve the strength of the slipping Indian Rupee.

Breathe in, Breathe out: Having a one-on-one interview could be nerve-wracking. But you shouldn’t feel like you are on trial.  Try to be as comfortable as you can possibly be and remember that your interviewer also wants your interview to go well.


The bottom line here is to be yourself and not overthink the situation.


5 technological innovations that can change India’s healthcare industry

Technology has helped increase life spans, minimise recovery times and improve quality of life. At GIM’s recent conference on universal healthcare in India, vice president of One Ethicon Surgical Businesses and J & J Medical India Ashish Kohli pointed out that it isn’t just new innovations that change the healthcare industry, but also the proliferation of technology. He joined Punit Kohli, managing director of Fresenius Medical Care India, in listing out five technological innovations currently changing the healthcare industry in the country


Vacuum-assisted deliveries

One method of assisted vaginal deliveries is the use of obstetrical forceps, which guide the baby out of the birth canal. However, this has been found to sometimes cause trauma to the mother and child. A lower-risk option is vacuum extraction which applies relatively less force on the baby. Punit Kohli suggested that the World Health Organization (WHO) is working on a way to bring this to the developing world where maternal mortality is currently high.


Dialysis canisters

Dialysis requires large amounts of water, which is a scarce resource in many developing countries, including India. Researchers are working on a method that uses a five-litre canister which will reduce the need for water by up to 10 times.

Wearable kidneys

Within the dialysis sector itself is the development of wearable kidneys. This could be life-changing for patients with kidney issues, eliminating the need for frequent dialysis. It provides continuous renal replacement 24 hours a day and is expected to be more affordable and feasible in the long run.


Biodegradable dialysis bags
Companies like Fresenius Medical Care India are drastically reducing environmental waste by moving to biodegradable stoma bags. Peritoneal dialysis involves each patient using three bags per session, which causes a huge stress on the environment. With biodegradable bags, this burden is lifted.

Ashish Kohli suggested that digital surgery solutions will be a global gamechanger, offering examples such as advanced ablation devices to deal with small tumours and minimal invasive procedures for hysterectomy which allow women to get back on their feet faster than ever before.


We at GIM believe that a strong and inclusive healthcare environment ensures sustainable economic development, that’s why our Healthcare Management programme (HCM) is focussed on developing students to make a fulfilling career in management of healthcare organizations.

Adding the ‘V’ for Victory in Big Data Analytics – a GIM contribution

‘Big Data’ is the new Buzz Word in business today and while the world gets up close with the 10 big V’s of this new buzz (Volume, Velocity, Variety, Veracity, Visualization, Venue, Value, Virality, Variability and Viscosity); we at GIM are attempting to add another ‘V’ that we believe stands for ‘Victory’ in the field of Big Data Analytics. How are we doing this you may ask – well, we are applying the philosophies of business management on Big Data Analytics (BDA) through our PGDM in BDA.

Here’s the low down of a few simple things that help us in our endeavor of creating future-ready, data-fluent managers:


    Knowing to read data and understand the inferences it throws are 2 very different capabilities and luckily our program in BDA gets our students to acquire both of those skills. As part of the program you will not only learn statistical theory, data management, business intelligence systems including artificial intelligence (another buzz word) as well as deep learning and related tools, techniques and algorithms; but also understand their application in business.

    Old may be gold- but it sure doesn’t hold true in the field of Big Data and the velocity that comes with it. Therefore we are constantly engaging with business and industry to make sure that our program reflects their needs – all these to make sure that you are never outdated.

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    Our Pedagogy:

    Teaching with innovative techniques is what keeps us at the top of our game – read as NO detention for talking in class (unless it’s campus gossip or lunch menu discussions)! We are all about participative learning, since we could all learn a thing or two from each other.


    Our Data Science Laboratory: Now this may sound fancy but we think it’s essential that our students get their basics right. Therefore, before taking on the challenge of making sense of big data in the dynamic business world, our students are exposed to hands-on training in our data science lab enabled with cloud service. This allows you to apply case-based learning on actual data sets.


    On-the-Job learning: With 2 well-spaced opportunities for in-company experience during the program itself, you can be stand a better chance to find your place in the industry to apply what you have learnt at GIM in the real world during the program itself– 1) A summer internship at the end of Term 3 and 2) A full last term that is dedicated to in-company training. So you not only learn, but can also exhibit.


    Who better to be the founding blocks of our program than the maestros themselves? Our board of studies formed for this program is comprised of a galaxy of stars from renowned universities and pioneering companies in the field of big data analytics. Name-dropping really isn’t our thing, but with the names we have below, who can blame us.

    • Prof Károly Böröczky, Professor and Head of Department of Mathematics and Its Applications, Central European University.
    • Prof Chandrasekhar Subramanyam, Sr. Professor and Director Business Analytics Centre, IFIM Business School, Bangalore.
    • Sandeep Mittal, Managing Director, Cartesian Consulting Pvt. Ltd., Singapore & Mumbai.
    • Prof Prithwis Mukherjee, Programme Director, Business Analytics, Praxis Business School, Kolkata.
    • Prof Arnab K Laha, Professor, Production and Quantitative Methods, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.
    • Shailendra Singh, Head, eCommerce, Hindustan Unilever Ltd, Mumbai, India.
    • Prof Niloy Ganguly, Professor Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Karagpur.
    • Prof Pulak Ghosh, Professor, Quantitative Methods and Information Systems, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore.
    • Dr Anshuman Gupta, Director Data Science at Pitney Bowes and Ex-Head of Data Science Program at Cognizant Technology Solutions, Bangalore.
    • Soumitra Das, Senior Consultant, Analytics Training, SAS Institute, Mumbai.


    Well, that’s how we are going for ‘Victory’, and we hope it excites you as much as us. Don’t waste a minute more; apply to our PGDM in BDA now.