Academic Advisory Council MeetingPosts by JSB
Jaipuria School of Business (JSB) is a future academy that takes into consideration the future of the students who join the institution. The curriculum of PGDM programme at JSB is revised annually through a rigorous curriculum designing process. The curricula of various core courses, electives, and Value Added Courses are updated by the respective course coordinators in consultation with the members of the Domain Advisory Committee and later the curricula are reviewed by the Academic Advisory Council. The suggestions of the experts are eventually incorporated into the final syllabus.
The meeting of the Academic Advisory Council was held on 12th May 2018 wherein experts from academia and the corporate reviewed the course plans and syllabi of the courses for the Batch 2018-20. The experts included Prof. Harsh Verma, FMS, Delhi University; Mr. Harish Dua, CEO, Institute of Good Governance; Dr. Brinda Balakrishnan, Consultant & Trainer; Dr. Lawrence Peris, Consultant & IIM Fellow; Mr. Gaurav Mittal, MD & CEO, ITCON, e-solutions; Mr. Mukund Trivedi, Founder, Straight Drive & Independent Thought; Dr. Praveen Srivastava, Expert in International Business; Mr. Govind Maheswari, CFO, BPVPL; Mr. Deepak Rai; Dr. Rajiv Gupta, Adjunct Faculty at BITS Pilani, Fore School of Management & SP Jain Global Management Institute; Dr. Jyoti Rana, Faculty of Marketing, DAV Centenary College; and Ms. Ashwini Nandini, Vice President, Delivery, Global Logic. The session started with an address by the Dean, Dr. Timira Shukla wherein she also introduced the agenda of the meeting. Dr. SK Mahapatra, the Director, JSB was the Chairperson of Academic Advisory Council. Sh. Vinod Malhotra and Mr. Partho Karr, corporate advisors, Jaipuria Group of Educational Institutions also joined the meeting and shared their invaluable suggestions.
The experts reviewed the whole syllabi with a very incisive eye and made recommendations as per the industry requirements. The session was very interactive and highly fruitful in terms of getting the suggestions on improving the course curriculum and the pedagogy for imparting quality education to the students who join the future academy called Jaipuria School of Business. In the end, Dr. SK Mahapatra expressed gratitude to the members of AAC and the special invitees for their time and valuable advice.