Update on June 25, 2021
The Maharashtra Government has announced Level 3 Curbs in Maharashtra. The institute will continue to operate remotely in this period.
Update on May 31, 2021
Lockdown-like restrictions given by the Maharashtra Government has now been extended till June 15, 2021. Colleges will remain closed during this period. The institute will continue to operate remotely in this period.
Update on May 13, 2021
Lockdown-like restrictions given by the Maharashtra Government has now been extended till June 1, 2021. Colleges will remain closed during this period. The institute will continue to operate remotely in this period.
Update on April 30, 2021
Curfew orders given by the Maharashtra Government has now been extended till May 15, 2021. Colleges will remain closed during this period. The institute will continue to operate remotely in this period.
Update on April 13, 2021
Maharashtra Government has announced lockdown like curfew till May 1, 2021. Only emergency services are exempt. Colleges will remain closed. The institute will continue to operate remotely in this period.
Update on April 5, 2021
Maharashtra Government announces night curfew and weekend lockdown. Colleges to remain shut. The institute will continue to operate remotely in this period.
Update on February 15, 2021
BMC announces that college campuses in Mumbai will remain shut and a decision regarding its reopening will be taken on February 22. The institute will continue to operate remotely in this period.
Update on October 14, 2020
As per the latest unlock guidelines issued by the Maharashtra Government, colleges will remain closed in Maharashtra. The institute will continue to operate remotely in this period.
Update on 3rd June 2020
As per notifications and directives of the Government of India and the Maharashtra State Government regarding extension of the Covid19 lockdown to June 30, the institute will continue to operate remotely in this period.
Update on 18 May 2020
As per the directives of the Government of India and the Maharashtra State Government regarding the extension of the coronavirus lockdown till May 31st, the institute will continue to operate remotely in the lockdown period.
Update on 06 May 2020
As per the directives of the Government of India and the Maharashtra State Government regarding the extension of lockdown till May 17th, the institute will continue to operate remotely in the lockdown period.
Update on 14 April 2020
As per the directives provided by the Government of Maharashtra regarding the extension of the coronavirus lockdown till April 30 in the state, SPJIMR will continue to operate remotely in this lockdown period.
In line with the protocols issued by the Union Government and the Government of Maharashtra with regards to the 21-day nationwide lockdown, the institute would like to highlight the measures it has put in place to contain the spread of the virus and to prioritise the safety and health of our community of students, faculty and staff.
Students and Classes
All students have vacated their hostels and are now attending classes remotely from the safety of their homes. The faculty have been adequately trained and state-of-the-art online class delivery systems along with IT support have been deployed for the faculty to conduct their classes from home in a seamless manner.
All institute faculty and staff will work from home during the lockdown period and will conference over phone or meeting apps. The necessary training has been provided and the institute's IT support is readily available in case of queries.
All institute events have been cancelled and April's annual convocation stands postponed.
The Library remains closed until further notice. The staff will be operating from home and study materials such as case studies and articles will be made available on-time for all online classes.
In case of any queries
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Stay in touch
We are monitoring the situation every day and will issue fresh updates where needed. There is no need to panic. Stay safe and healthy.
Alumni initiatives under COVID 19
1. NeevJivan Foundation - Proteek Kundu (PGDM)
The 2nd wave of covid-19 has hit us like a tsunami and has left our health care system gasping for breath. The infrastructure in the rural areas is overwhelmed – hospitals are running out of capacity, there is severe shortage of medicines, oxygen, etc. and a feeling of helplessness is setting in…. NeevJivan Foundation has undertaken a drive to provide lifesaving medicines & injections along with equipment like Oxygen concentrators, Oxygen Flow meters with humidifiers, pulse oxymeters, etc. to the various Covid Care Centres in Palghar District….. Your contribution will help save lives…
Contact - 95120000003 / firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Telegram Groups for various cities - Mayank Lunawat (PGDM)
Telegram Group has been created for over 20 cities across India so that people may seek help and volunteers may provide help for their specific city. Also my office team is also calling and validating all the leads provided on the groups for the benefit of all. Kindly refer to https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1F7ILLuxiPslbFs0WzDPH8p3xjPabm8mZZQQEAMFOmas/edit?usp=sharing for a list of cities covered and the verified data for each city in a separate sheet.
Be a volunteer if you can :)
Contact - email@example.com
3. Mobilizing school fee for children - Mayank Lunawat (PGDM)
I am trying to raise fees for such children (primarily girl child) whose parents are unable to pay school fees due to the pandemic. The name of the school is Kaivalya Vidya Niketan (https://kvn.edu.in/), a part of Kaivalyadhama (https://kdham.com/ - a 100 year old Yoga institute). Fee for once child for full year is Rs. 21,000. You can sponsor one or more children, or even part part fee. All donations get tax benefit under Section 80G. Once donation is done, please inform me on firstname.lastname@example.org so that I can coordinate for receipt and documentation.
Contact - email@example.com
4. Adopt A Family – Ankit Saxena(PGPM)
Adopt a Family is an initiative to help visually impaired and disabled families, especially those who have lost their livelihood because of covid. This initiative helps by providing a monthly ration kit covering basic food items. We have tied up with a whole seller in Pune who helps with supplying the ration kits. We also have a group of people who help verify the beneficiaries and distribute kits. There is no middle man involved between a donor and the families. A donor can directly pay to the supplier or through a Milaap campaign.
Contact – 9871636042
5. Indiashield volunteers group - Latika Sharma (PGDM)
It's a group of volunteers with contacts in hospitals/police/lawyers helping patients on ground for O2, medicine, bed, plasma etc.
Contact - Saurabh kashyap 9999357558
6. COVID-19 Relief Work #IndiaFightsCorona - Mudit Gupta (PGPM)
SNEH Foundation has worked tirelessly and helped over thousands of people starting from the onset of this pandemic during the first wave of COVID 19 in 2020, since then it has continued and even expanded its relief work across India. With the resurgence of the second wave, our commitment and dedication in this fight against Corona and to save lives has grown even stronger. Across India, our volunteers and staff are working hard on the ground to cater to any requests related to the relief work be it grocery, medicine, hospital admissions, oxygen supply etc. Our team of doctors is actively providing online consultation to anyone and everyone in need free of cost. While we together as a nation are trying hard to fight this battle the onus is upon each one of us to be safe and stop the spread by being cautious and strictly adhering to the COVID guidelines being issued by the government.
Mudit Gupta - 8600151479 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact - 9028117700 / email@example.com
7. India Covid Resources - Shakti Das-PGPM (Ambassador)
It is a pan India initiative started by The Product Folks(TPF), a volunteer driven community of product enthusiasts who decided to dedicate their time to gather covid related information on bed, oxygen, ventilator, medicines requirements from social media posts, messages, personally verify the lead and pass it on to the needy. At present, 250+ volunteers are tirelessly working to help those affected by the Pandemic. The website is the culmination of all the verified leads that is kept updated regularly.
Contact - https://twitter.com/IndiaCovidRes
Founded by our PGEMP, Class of 2008 alumni, Mr. Santosh Parulekar, the organization is initiating a project to provide relief and opportunity to millions of migrant daily wage construction labourers in India who have been rendered jobless and uprooted due to the lockdown caused by COVID 19 in India. They are looking for donors to fund this project so that they can address this issue on a large scale over the next 3 to 6 months. An MD and Promoter of a $3B international fund has agreed to do a matching contribution up to INR 2.5MM. More such donors are coming forward for making matching contributions.
You can donate generously to address the distress of labourers so that they can train and provide employment to more than 10,000 workers over the next 3 to 6 months.
Please use the link below for your donations. All USD and INR donations are tax-deductible.
US, Canada and other:
India INR donors:
Spearheaded by our alumnus, Mr. Proteek Kundu, from PGDM Class of 1997, the organization helps feed the families of daily wage earners and the poor.
The nationwide lockdown in light of the Covid-19 pandemic is perhaps the best way to combat the crisis till a medical solution is found. While we are all worried about our own livelihood, spare a thought for the thousands of daily wage earners who have lost their means of livelihood and may not be able to sustain themselves and their families for a long time. Letsallhelp.org is helping these daily wage workers so that they don’t have to migrate to their villages or starve in the cities.
You can choose to donate the Corona Survival Kit that has food and hygiene-related products which will be delivered to the beneficiaries through our trusted partner NGO’s across various cities in our country.
To donate click on : https://letsallhelp.org/health-kit/covid19
10. Fund a meal - Nimit Khurana (PGPDM) (This initiative is only Bangalore based)
Me and my family have started a kitchen to supply home cooked food to Frontline workers, Covid patients and Slum dwellers. The initiative is in partnership with HUG foundation. We have been feeding lunch and dinner to 150 people everyday since 7th of May and plan to scale up to more kitchens. It will be really helpful if you can help sustain the initiative by contributing on a regular basis.
Appreciate your help in advance.
Contact for donation - Nimit Khurana / 8452821222 / firstname.lastname@example.org
11. Pro Bono Financial Counselling - SHEBIN JOHN SAMUEL (PGPM) Pan India (Call)
9137230980 / email@example.com
Pro Bono (Free) Financial Counselling Financial stress (due to pay-cuts, job loss or loss of income generating members) is not so uncommon during these pandemic times. If not addressed appropriately, these could make you vulnerable – leading to mental or physical illness. This is an initiative by a group of Industry Professionals to reach out and be of help to anyone in financial distress, associated with this pandemic.
”Call us @ +91 91372 30980” for a free financial counselling session. This is our way of “GIVING BACK” amidst this difficult time. Please share and get this message to your contacts. An initiative by :
- CA A E V & Associates
- Exactitude Advisers
No donation involved
12. Gaurav K. Verma (GMP/PGCIM)
Vaccine Tracker Cowin
Contact details: 9986068163 / firstname.lastname@example.org
At VTC you get real-time availability of vaccine slots and you can put 3 locations on your watchlist. Once a slot gets available, we will notify you via email. Which means no more refreshing on the GOV website for the available slots. VTC is trusted by thousands of Indians and verified by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and endorsed by Yourstory.
In addition to the efforts of our alumni, there are plenty of supporting organizations around the country who are working to help the unorganized and vulnerable section impacted due to Coronavirus pandemic. You could make a contribution to these organizations as well. We have compiled a selected list of such organizations with details as to the links to make a donation or learn more about the kind of support they are seeking. You can download the list here:
COVID 19 Pandemic: Organizations You Can Support
Help out these NGOs
Contribute in any way possible to these NGOs through which many of our PGPDM participants are actively taking part in the fight against Covid-19 at the grassroots level in a variety of ways and are creating a significant social impact. COVID Initiatives
Contribute to the welfare of our Abhyudaya Sitaras
Due to the coronavirus lockdown, the incomes of families of our Abhyudaya sitaras have been severely affected. Many families derive their main source of income as daily wage workers or working as maids and are at present not receiving their monthly wages in full, making it extremely tough for them to make ends meet and are unable to purchase or stock the essential groceries required for their families. Apart from this, there are specific cases with medical treatment and other emergency needs for which these families need funds. Domestic Funds Transfer
At SPJIMR we are raising funds so as to release at least INR 1000 per family every month for the next 3 months. We need to raise approximately INR 7.5 lakhs to meet this target.
You can donate generously to address the needs of our sitara families using online bank transfer and can also avail section 80G of the income tax act for tax exemptions on these donations.
Please click on the following links to get the details of online bank transfer as applicable to you:
Donations to Central and State Relief Funds
You can also take part in our nation's battle against Covid-19 by making contributions to the Maharashtra Chief Minster's Relief Fund, using the following link :
- Ministry of Health & Family Welfare's page which has all the updated information on the coronavirus in India: https://www.mohfw.gov.in/
- World Health Organization outlines resources such as how to protect yourself, country-specific information and updates, and a list of helpful FAQs: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019
- Government of India helpline numbers and important cornavirus related information and numbers: https://www.mygov.in/covid-19/
- For a timeline of real-time Tweets with information and advice from the Prime Minister, State Chief Ministers, other State and Central Ministers and Public Health Authorities across India: https://twitter.com/i/events/1240662046280048646
- Maharashtra government's order of lockdown: https://static.mygov.in/rest/s3fs-public/mygov_158513609051307401.pdf
- Coronavirus ebook (Covid - 19) published by The Hindu.
"The second year classes for PGDM 2019-21 commenced from 13th April 2020, in the online mode of delivery.
For PGDM 2020-22, Term I commenced on August 1, 2020, in the online mode of delivery.
The date for the commencement of classes on campus will be decided in due course. This decision will be made
keeping in mind the health and safety of all concerned and also taking into account the directives of the central and state governments."
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PGP-GM at SPJIMR Delhi Centre
Classes for all 3 batches of the 2 years Executive Management Programme PGP-GM, usually held in our Delhi campus, are being conducted online.
Familiarization sessions were held for faculty, staff and participants to ensure understanding of the online platform. Participants who attended the live online sessions on 21-22 March, were very happy with the experience.
In spite of the challenges of work-from-home, faculty, as well as participants, are managing to co-create a great learning experience. The programme's staff have ensured the smooth conduct of online classes with minimum disruption in the programme schedule.
Admissions are open for the next batch and interested participants can apply online.
In the current turbulent and uncertain times of Covid-19 pandemic, PGEMP is committed to undisrupted learning for its participants. We have deployed state-of-the art online class delivery systems for conducting sessions online.
Participants can attend the sessions from the safety of their homes thus ensuring continuous learning and completion of the programme as per the original schedule.
We continue to operate under the new normal for the ongoing batches as well as in welcoming the new participants. We are happy to announce that admissions are open for PGEMP's 77th batch to be launched on May 26, 2020.
The Fellowship Programme in Management is SPJIMR's doctoral programme. During the COVID -19 crisis, the programme has maintained contact with all its scholars who have returned to their hometowns and engaged with them to understand their current realities and constraints to operate out of their homes. Based on ongoing assessments of time available for classes, coursework sessions have been scheduled online. The programme is working closely to ensure effective learning from online sessions, by experimenting with various techniques. Scholars who are in their dissertation phase continue to work on their thesis. However, all field visits for data collection have been put on hold.
Admissions for the next batch of FPM programme is open till 15th July 2020. You can apply for the programme online. In case of any query please feel free to write to us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 022-61454243.
As soon as the SPJIMR campus shutdown on Mar. 16, 2020, students were sent home to the safety of their families. Our classes got online from Tuesday, Mar. 17, 2020. So, we practically just lost 1 day of sessions, while we were getting ready for real-time online sessions over Zoom and WebEx. GMP participants, the main stakeholders, have cooperated to the fullest extent, during the entire transition. Faculty members conducting our sessions have been extremely supportive and ever-ready to give their best and make the sessions entertaining. We have also successfully completed three online end-term exams. The IT team has been like a pillar of support in this dire time.
Classroom sessions in partner schools in Europe and the US have been cancelled as well and sessions have been moved online. Many of our recent GMP alumni who are still to graduate from partner schools are back home in India.
Our admission process continues to be on a full roll. We cancelled face-to-face interviews and moved to telephonic and zoom interviews with faculties remotely conducting interviews of candidates. Overnight we coordinated with our partner schools to change the interview format. As soon as our round 1 interviews are being done, we pass on the successful candidates to the partner schools for further interviewing. Round 2 interviews are also taking place, simultaneously. Needless to say, partner schools have also stepped up the ladder with the same kind of enthusiasm and conducting remote interviews very efficiently.
The FMB programme has been exploring the possibility of conducting online sessions for the two batches on campus. A pilot was run and tested for an experiential course, 'Business Improvement Project' for FMB Batch 28 on Saturday, 28th March 2020. The mentoring sessions for the BIP course are also planned during the upcoming weeks.
Given that this course has to do with getting the participants to reflect on their own businesses, this course was received well by the FMB students.
The professors involved in this course have also appreciated the response, and these sessions will be continued.
Before going online, the faculty, staff and select students went through a demo session with the Institute team, to get a clear understanding of online teaching.
The Programme Office is also planning to conduct online sessions for FMB Batch 27 in the upcoming weeks.
The FMB students are also being provided with interesting articles, book read suggestions, and videos so that the period of the lockdown can be utilised as a period for reflection and self-learning.
Admissions are open for the next batch and interested participants can apply online.
Learning continues in times of Covid-19
The times during Covid-19 have been difficult and uncertain. But in PGMPW, we decided to continue with our learning journey. At SPJIMR, we responded with speed to the unprecedented situation, shifting classes online within 3 days of the lockdown. The classes for Semester 1 phase 2b have shifted online.
Our participants, despite all the challenges, are actively involved in online classes. They are juggling between housework, classes, kids, preparing for tests and finishing assignments; with a smile and commitment to not let these difficult times dampen the spirit of learning.
PGMPW- Advisory Council Meeting
To address the challenges which these difficult times may pose to internships and placements for the batch of 2020; PGMPW is scheduling its online advisory council meeting on 13th April 2020. PGMPW Advisory council consists of HR leaders and D&I Heads of corporates who are committed to the cause of gender diversity and inclusion.
Admissions for the Batch of 2021
PGMPW has opened the admission process for the Batch of 2021 on April 1, 2020. For more information, please visit:
Call or Whatsapp Vaibhavi @ 9930321945
Amidst growing uncertainties due to the COVID19 outbreak, PGPM Class of 2020 are pursuing the online learning mode to keep the energy going.
The programme team has enabled the learning process in the online mode. They have also supported faculty members with adequate training on new online platforms. This change required both the faculty as well as the students to adapt to new ways of teaching and learning. Their flexibility and resourcefulness has enabled us to overcome the constraints and continue with our academic sessions.
PGPM has opened the application process for admissions to the Class of 2021. The last date of application has been extended to August 31, 2020. GMAC scores can be submitted until September 30, 2020. Online scores will be accepted. Any changes in the application process for the next batch will be updated on the website.
For more information, please visit our website and apply to the programme at https://www.spjimr.org/pgpm/admissions .
In case of any query please feel free to,
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Call on 91 8850686153, +91 7045687955
PGPDM is a specialized 18 month modular executive management programme for professionals working in the Social Development Sector including NGOs, Corporate - CSRs and Social Enterprises. Participants come to campus for 6-8 days in every two months.
There are three ongoing batches which were scheduled in the month of April 2020 but have now been suspended due to the coronavirus lockdown and new dates are to be announced after there is more clarity on the situation regarding the end of the lockdown period from the Government. Most likely these sessions might be shifted to the month of May or June.
Since participants come from pan India and most of them work in the field and are located at remote locations, internet connectivity is an issue. Hence the institute has decided to have no online classes for the PGPDM programme..
A new batch was scheduled to commence on 11th May 2020, but due to the ongoing situation the start has been has been postponed to June 2020.
1) Reflections On Online Teaching-Zooming Ahead (Author: Dr. Ranjan Banerjee)
2) Credit and fixed income markets need help: Ananth Narayan, professor-finance at SPJIMR (Author: Prof. Ananth Narayan)
3) India’s most vulnerable enterprises need the most help (Author: Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar)
4) Three ways to combat coronavirus (Author: Prof. Jagdish Rattanani)
5) All That Needs To Be Done To Fix A Covid-19 Wrecked Economy (Author: Prof. Ananth Narayan)
6) Family Business: Leadership in the time of Covid-19 (Author: Dr. Rajiv Agarwal)
7) The Markets Should Not be Closed (Author: Dr. Hemant Manuj)
8) Accounting at the Time of Covid-19: Disclosure Quality as Leading Indicator (Author: Dr. Srivatsan Lakshminarayan)
9) Light at the end of the coronavirus tunnel (Author: Prof. Vineeta Dwivedi)
10) The prospect of zero economic growth and the role of confidence (Author: Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar)
11) Govt needs to print money and spend to lift economy out of COVID-19 mess (Author: Prof. Ananth Narayan)
12) Prep Under Lockdown: How Management Students Can Use This Time (Author: Prof. Ratika Gore)
13) When quarter-se-quarter-tak thinking is a letdown (Author: Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar)
14) Who Are We To Judge The Migrant Workers? : (Ir)Rationality From Their Perspective (Authors: Dr. Vidyut Lata Dhir and Gaurav Vijay Karkhanis (FPM 2016 Scholar))
15) How Covid-19 will change business and technology forever (Authors: Aman Jain and Rishabh Kochhar, PGDM '18-20 - Information Management)
16) Is your brand a 'Friend in Need' in the pandemic pandemonium? (Author: Dr. Ruppal W. Sharma)
17) Small units in distress as pandemic drives away business (Author: Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar)
18) Online classes will change education forever; here’s how business schools must evolve (Author: Dr. Rajiv Agarwal)
19) Covid-19 lockdown: Do the poor need cash or calories? (Author: Dr. Disha Bhanot)
20) Mind The GAAP: Covid-19 And The Financial Reporting Challenge (Author: Dr. Srivatsan Lakshminarayan)
21) How to nudge consumers back to the marketplace (Author: Prof. M. D. Parameswaran)
22) Explained: What is Modern Monetary Theory and can it rescue India’s economy (Author: Prof. Ananth Narayan)
23) Covid-19: We need to restore the idea of village swaraj (Author: Prof. Vineeta Dwivedi)
24) Gratitude In Lockdown: Story From A Slum Colony (Author: Prof. Ratika Gore)
25) A fiscal collapse is in the offing for India (Author: Dr. R K Pattnaik)
26) Covid-19: A Samudra Manthan Of Our Financial Sector (Author: Prof. Ananth Narayan)
27) The COVID 19 Lockdown and the Indian manufacturing industry – effects and recovery (Author: Prof. R. Jayaraman)
28) As India advances, women’s workforce participation plummets (Author: Prof. Deepa Krishnan)
29) The Banking & Credit Response To Covid-19 (Author: Dr. Hemant Manuj)
30) What it will take to live with the virus (Author: Prof. Jagdish Rattanani)
31) RIP The Influencer: pandemic hits stars of social media communication (Author: Prof. Vineeta Dwivedi)
32) Family business: Strengthening relationships in the time of Covid-19 (Author: Dr. Rajiv Agarwal)
33) Covid-19 crisis : A golden opportunity for family businesses (Author: Dr. Rajiv Agarwal)
34) India better off than others currently but must do this to salvage credibility in financial markets (Author: Dr. Preeta George)
35) Is Covid-19 Lockdown leading to Emotional Exhaustion? (Author: Dr. Ashita Aggarwal)
36) Education's Big Leap (Quoted: Dr. Anil Vaidya)
37) Higher Learning, Upskilling And Reskilling In Times Of COVID-19 (Authors: Dr. Jyoti Jagasia and FPM 2018 Scholar Alka Aggarwal)
38) Focus on small spends to revive economy (Author: Dr. R K Pattnaik)
39) Beware the approaching financial train wreck (Author: Prof. Ananth Narayan)
40) WFH is not the 'Work-Family-Heaven' we were hoping for! (Authors: Prof. Vineeta Dwivedi and Prof. Snehal Shah)
41) Markets that rise to the sky: Covid-19 makes skyrises change behaviour to group buying (Authors: Dr. Sheila Roy and Dr. Renuka Kamath)
42) The post-lockdown prospects of our small businesses (Authors: Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar & Dr. Anshul Verma)
43) The secret of Zoom’s success (Authors: Dr. Vasant Sivaraman and Prof. Bindu Kulkarni)
44) Explained: Should govt raise money directly from retail savers and other questions (Author: Prof. Ananth Narayan)
45) Has Corona changed the rules of workplace communication (Author: Prof. Vineeta Dwivedi)
46) Lending to MSMEs amidst the pandemic (Author: Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar & Dr. Anshul Verma)
48) Grizzled Survivor', 'Habitual Winner' or 'Young Upstart' – Who can lead recovery after COVID-19? (Author: Prof. Vijay Sampath)
49) No reason for optimism on COVID-19 just yet (Author: Prof. Jagdish Rattanani)
50) The narrative of beauty has to change (Author: Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar)
51) A relief and recovery blueprint for India’s economy (Author: Prof. Ananth Narayan)
52) Green Shoots, says PM. Really? (Author: Prof. Jagdish Rattanani)
53) Introverts Vs Extroverts in the digital workplace (Author: Prof. Vineeta Dwivedi)
54) Creating safe workspaces at home ( Author: Dr. Vidyut Lata Dhir and Rishabh Kochhar (PGDM 2020) )
55) India’s inflation outlook isn’t as benign as it may seem (Author: Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar)
56) Will The Restructuring Of Loans Help Small Borrowers? (Author: Dr. Hemant Manuj)
57) COVID-19 and the silent suffering (Author: Prof. Jagdish Rattanani)
58) Amazon continues its juggernaut into physical retail domain: Malls pivot to survive (Author: Dr. Rajiv Agarwal)
59) A tale of two surveys and the behaviour of respondents (Author: Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar)
60) Making sense of divergent retail & wholesale food prices (Author: Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar)
61) On pain, dying and suffering (Author: Prof. Jagdish Rattanani)
62) Q1 GDP shocker shows India must brace itself for a long grind (Author: Dr. R.K. Pattnaik)
63) Why we need to engage in agendaless conversation (Author: Dr. Vidyut Lata Dhir)
64) Shopping during a pandemic (Author: Dr. Rakhi Thakur)
65) Surviving the COVID: Addressing the business challenges in Family Business (Author: Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar)
66) Decoding consumer behavior during pandemic (Author: Dr. Ashita Aggarwal)
67) Covid-19: A game changer for Indian education (Author: Dr. Ranjan Banerjee)
68) Why productivity is almost everything (Author: Dr. R.K. Pattnaik)
69) Should You Invest In An Education When Times Are Tough? (Author: Dr. Ranjan Banerjee)
70) How to live and thrive in the lockdown (Author: Prof. Jagdish Rattanani)
71) Small Entrepreneurs On WhatsApp Charging Business Account: Can't Afford To Pay, But Can't Do Without It (Author:Dr. Renuka Kamath)
72) Can Indian firms benefit from anti-China sentiment? (Author: Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar)
73) Solving the Work-From-Home Conundrum (Authors: Dr Snehal Shah and Prof Vineeta Dwivedi)
74) A ringside view of the 21st century’s deadliest disease (Author: Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar)
75) National Education Policy (NEP) 2020: A boost to research? ( Author: Dr. Preeta George)
76) Why RBI needs to look beyond inflation (Author: Prof. Ananth Narayan)
77) Embracing nature during pandemic: Building a positive attitude (Author: Prof. Jagdish Rattanani)
78) What we have forgotten about the pandemics that killed millions of Indians over 100 years ago (Author: Dr. Dinyar Patel)
79) What awaits India, post-Covid-19 (Author: Jagdish Rattanani)
80) Examining budgetary health during the pandemic (Author: Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar)
81) COVID-19 vaccine rollout in India seen as high-handed and reckless by many people (Author: Prof. Jagdish Rattanani)
82) Ready for a reboot: How B-Schools can adapt to the new normal amid Covid-19 (Author: Dr. Ambi Parameswaran)
84) The vaccines, and some worries (Author: Prof. Jagdish Rattanani)
85) Budget 2021—Truth And Reconciliation (Author: Prof. Ananth Narayan)
86) Maharashtra Budget 2021-22: Expectations in the aftermath of the Pandemic (Authors: Dr. R K Pattnaik & Dr. Monika Gupta)
87) India's vaccine rollout: Cracking the bullwhip (Authors: Prof. Malay Krishna and Prof. R. Jayaraman)
88) How to communicate effectively in online interviews (Author: Prof. Vineeta Dwivedi)
89) Vaccination communication: A leadership lesson (Author: Dr. Dr. Malay Krishna)
90) The gig economy and India’s changing workforce (Author: Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar)
91) The misadventures of coronavirus in our dreamland (Author: Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar)
92) The healthcare crisis we don’t see (Author: Jagdish Rattanani)
93) Moral hazards of RBI’s balance sheet approach (Author: Dr. R.K. Pattnaik)
94) Healthcare will never be the same after Covid – given how fast myths were shattered and consumer behaviours transformed (Author: Prof. Malay Krishna)
95) The Disease That Kills Us (Author: Prof. Jagdish Rattanani)
96) Vaccines: why are Government, Serum Institute and Bharat Biotech quiet on the questions being raised? (Author: Prof. Jagdish Rattanani)
97) India's vaccine debacle (Author: Jagdish Rattanani)
98) Sadness, anger and schadenfreude with India's Covid-19 Crisis (Author: Prof. Vineeta Dwivedi)
99) Already under massive stress from the virus, more Indian workers turn to ‘gig economy’ livelihoods (Author: Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar)
100) RBI annual report says private demand revival is key (Author: Prof. Ananth Narayan)
101) Where is the consumer confidence? (Author: Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar)
102) Revisiting Ayushman Bharat Scheme: Win-win or win-lose? (Author: Dr. Disha Bhanot)
103) Sustaining the nascent economic recovery (Author: Dr. R K Pattnaik)
104) The ‘Advance Warning’ and ‘Pandemic Building’ metrics to prepare for Covid’s third wave (Author: Prof. R. Jayaraman)
105) Is India’s current account surplus a reason to rejoice? (Author: Dr. Tulsi Jayakumar)