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Article by Saumya Dey on "Of ‘South Asia’ and the colonized speech of the Brown Folks " - OpIndia.com

January 05, 2017

We Indians are ancient people and take justifiable pride in many accomplishments of our civilization over the roughly fifty centuries for which it has endured. We, in other words, have a lot of history behind us. Presumably, there is a lot in this history worthy of academic attention. And it does receive this attention, both from the Indian and western academics.

JGBS launches new BBA undergraduate programme - The Statesman

February 20, 2016

The middle muddle : Organisations miss mid-level management - The Hindu Business Line

September 19, 2016

Wells Fargo, the San Francisco-based bank, has settled with regulators to pay a fine of $185 million (₹1,200 crore) because it opened about two million deposit and credit-card accounts without its customers knowing about it. The company had supposedly done this as part of its emphasis on cross-selling.

Article by Dr. C. Gopinath on "New world order" - Business Line

November 16, 2016

Brexit! CETA in trouble! And now Trump! These headlines have become reference points to argue that globalisation is not just at a standstill but is in reverse.
 
Donald Trump is known to have stated that climate change is a ‘hoax’. He is widely expected to review a scientific report issued by the Obama administration that provided the basis of much of the regulation the current administration undertook. And just this month, 105 countries ratified the Paris Agreement on climate change.

Article by Dr. C. Gopinath on "The New Course Of Education" - Business World

November 14, 2016

Globalisation and proliferation of information technology have led to a complex and dynamic business environment today, where sustainable development has become the biggest goal for organisations. In the wake of this changing business context, top B-schools across the country are working on all-round holistic development of business managers through experiential, immersive, integrative and interdisciplinary programmes. “At International Management Institute (IMI), MBA graduates develop a more global perspective, leadership skills rooted in self-awareness and self-reflection, and an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of business as well as the limitations of models and markets,” says A. K. Rath, dean of Executive Education and International Relations at IMI.

Article written by Dr. C. Gopinath on "Pipeline peril" - Business Line

November 04, 2016

The locals have gathered in large numbers protesting the construction. The police with weapons are trying to keep order. The corporation insists that they will not harm the environment. The courts have held hearings and passed judgment. No, I am not talking about Singur or Niyamgiri. I am talking about the state of North Dakota in the US, home to the Standing Rock Sioux, a native American nation, and another example of the clash between industrial development and the rights of the people.

O.P. Jindal Global University Hosts Inaugural, 'Global Leadership Summit and Management Fest - The Financial Express

November 23, 2015

HR Thought Leaders Debate "Managing Employees, Expectations and E-space" at the Annual HR Conclave Organised by Jindal Global University - Wallstanalyst

November 20, 2015