Xavier Institute of Social Service Ranchi

INFORMATION BROCHURE

Vision
Since its inception, XISS has identified itself both as service institution and centre for academic excellence. As a service institution, XISS has a vision of a just, humane, and equitable society where the underprivileged (the poor and the oppressed) assume their rightful place. XISS also visualizes itself as a centre of excellence in the country, imparting value driven management and development education, and catering to its diverse clientele and stakeholders.

Mission
• To be a top management school and develop committed, down to earth, sensitive professionals, who work with and for others. • To work towards the empowerment of the deprived so that they shape their own destiny. • To be a lead agency for NGO capacity building, sustainable development, research and consultancy.

Contents
Pro i ess f als on ith w di a e ffer nce
Genesis Director’s Message Infrastructure The Spectrum of Programs PGDM Personnel Management PGDM Rural Development PGDM Information Management PGDM Finance PGDM Marketing What Makes Us Different? Beyond Classrooms The Gurus Alumni Speak Alumni At the Top Alumni With Assignments Abroad Partial list of Recruiting Organizations Places to Stay How to Reach by Train How to Reach by Flight Ranchi Map Awards and Accolades 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 19 20 22 24 26 27 28 28 29

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proclaiming that Ignatius and his little group of nine followers would now be known as the “Society of Jesus”.’ What started 55 years ago as a center of social service founded by the Society of Jesus. Hazaribagh etc. Xavier’s College. Jaipur. to becoming one of the India’s most reputed educational institutions. one that would spread throughout the world and have profound effects on many lives. A new religious order was born in the Catholic Church. Information Management and lately even Finance and Marketing Management. the boy grew up well educated. Patna. Michael A. In 1540. he received from Pope Julius III. Education at XISS means sensitizing the students with appropriate values. a decree. enduring much pain and boredom. and he was one. but in this regard it seems that God had different plans for Inigo of Loyola. While Jesuits were opening schools and colleges in Europe (hence nicknamed as the schoolmasters of Europe) Francis Xavier. has today grown into a reputed business school. how many Indians have been educated at such prestigious institutions as Xavier’s -Delhi. Jerusalem and Rome. came to Goa in 1542 and started schools. Building of the XISS Brand - Journey Continues…. it moved to its present site and over the years has grown in terms of both capacity as well as resources. Ranchi. the Institute was registered as a separate educational society under the Societies Registration Act. Today it has developed its own distinct identity to become one of the premier management schools of India in the fields of Personnel Management. Gradually God’s grace transformed this young man. over the last 50 years XISS has trodden a long path of glory and success. Mumbai.J. Xavier Institute of Social Service was established in 1955 at St. like Ignatius also became a Saint. From that point in history it has been recognized as one of the most outstanding management schools in India. Rural Development. the journey for XISS has all along been guided by the needs and aspirations of the region in which it operates. it has been no less fulfilling. attitudes and critical thinking tools that set them apart as ‘Professionals with a Difference. Venice. He lived in a small castle because of his noble birth. From a humble beginning made with the objective of training young men & women in Personnel Management. Dominic and St. Like most noblemen of his times.Genesis It all began 500 years ago. He thought of himself as a great soldier. Rural Development & Social Welfare. He thought of himself as a great lover. In the Basque country of northern Spain a boy named Inigo was born. with a love for fine clothes. Wounded in the battle of Pampalona in 1521 against the French. Ranchi. From an extension center of St. Paris. In 1973. In 1978. Towards Excellence. Industrial Relations. Kolkata. Francis of Assisi and vowed to live like them. Continuing in the same tradition of such hallowed education temples. Ranchi. he fretted in his couch. Today one wonders. By this time he was known as Ignatius of Loyola. Founder Director Fr. So just to drive it away he took on to reading the lives of great saints like St. |2| . Over the years many of them would take Xavier as their patron because he. four hundred and seventy years ago in Rome. close friend of Ignatius.. Xavier’s College. Windey S. Inigo set his steps on the rocky path that would lead him to Salamanca. beautiful ladies and the glorious sounds of battle. 1960. While the journey has been a long one.

Our alumni have proved the quality education at XISS and currently at their work place. We are sure that you will find them up to your expectations. Consequently the ‘Professionals with a difference’ are suited to work anywhere and everywhere with best results. Rural Development. The outgoing students have been groomed sufficiently through field visits. Welcome! Dr. information technology.J. rural development. |3| . services. is ‘Social Service’. Marketing Management and Finance Management. as its name entails. I invite you to participate in the campus recruitment program. Information Management.Director’s Message One of the unique objectives of the Xavier Institute of Social Service. finance etc. So. On behalf of our entire team. Ranchi. They have been successful in reaching to the highest positions in different organizations not only in the country but also abroad. the budding professional imbibe a high degree of altruism and missionary spirit.) Alex Ekka S. industrial training. communication & soft-skills training and most important of all the classroom training. besides aiming at excellence in academics in the various streams of Personnel Management. (Fr. You can find an efficient and hardworking XISSian at work in any sector – industries.

4 MBPS Optic fibre leased line from BSNL connects it to the Internet.Infrastructure IT Infrastructure The Institute has a state of the art computer lab and resource centre. cultural and other functions. journals. state of the art facilities and ample parking space. which cater to the requirements of the highly demanding course curricula of various disciplines at XISS. The library meets the academic as well as research requirements of students and faculty. The institute’s auditorium is one of the most popular places in the city due to its strategic location. Library and Documentation Centre The Institute has a well stocked library containing over 45. almanacs and magazines. It subscribes to more than 150 periodicals and journals. LAN facility with over 150 terminals and the necessary hardware support. Seminar & Conference Hall The Institute houses well furnished seminar hall. |4| . both of which are computerized.000 volumes of books. Auditorium The Institute has a well furnished air conditioned auditorium with a seating capacity of 300 which is extensively used for hosting seminars. the institution’s computer lab hosts a range of latest software. A 2. It meets the academic as well as the research requirements of students and faculty. Recognizing the challenges that the industry has put forth in terms of Information Technology. encyclopedias. The library provides CAS (Current Awareness Service) through Indexing Services and New Arrival List. conference hall. The auditorium boasts of latest lighting and sound systems to organize events with utmost convenience. The Wi-Fi enabled campus sets the tune for 24 hours global connectivity which helps students in their assignments and research projects. air-conditioned faculty lounge and board rooms. in synchronization with the IT needs. The library subscribes e-Journal - “Emerald Management - Xtra” which contains full text of 130 journals and unlimited abstracts.

Classrooms There are 12 big and spacious classrooms with modern audio-video equipment for effective teaching - learning environment. Cafeteria A well furnished cafeteria caters to the needs and tastes of the students from diverse backgrounds. Guest House The institute also has a Guest House. All the classrooms are well ventilated with lots of natural lights. Faculty quarters in the same campus ensure additional security and homely atmosphere. which can accommodate 30+ participants for various management development programmes. having lecture - theatre setup. Playground The institute has its own playground and basketball court which the students use extensively to let off the strain of a very demanding student life at XISS. The institution houses 1 large canteen. The cafeteria serves hot and nutritious meals and has capacity to host 150 students at a single sitting. |5| . for students and MDP trainees. double and four bedded 24 hours power backup and water supply is insured at the hostel. The rooms are single.Hostel The Institute has a well-furnished 175 seated Hostel for girls in a separate campus of its own which is at a walking distance from the main premise. The Hostel canteen serves nutritious and healthy food cooked and served in hygienic environment. Sports provide a break from the rigour of intensive study and help the students to be in good shape.

• Group discussion of short listed applicants are conducted. In addition to these. of Science & Technology (Govt. New Delhi. government departments and educational institutions to enrich their skills and knowledge base. Ministry of Agriculture. HINDALCO etc. of Jharkhand). industries and voluntary organizations. Our clients include. Semi-government agencies. UNICEF. These programs serve as a platform to interact and exchange experiences with fellow participants belonging to a wide variety of industries and Admission Process XISS attracts the best talents from all disciplines and backgrounds. It also takes up independent research projects on different current issues. voluntary agencies. Ministry of Rural Development. TISCO. Post Graduate Programs Two years full time Post Graduate Diploma in Management specialization • Personnel Management (PGDM - PM) • Rural Development (PGDM - RD) • Information Management (PGDM - IM) • Finance (PGDM - FM) • Marketing (PGDM - MM) Research and Planning The Department of Research and Planning has been functioning since 1978. The programs address current topics and concerns ranging from general management to specific functional areas. Apart from introducing a quarterly journal of Development and Management Studies. the prime objective of the department is to publish various research works conducted by XISS. of India). • Post Graduate Programs • Training and Development • Entrepreneurship Development • Management Development Program • Research and Planning organizations.The Spectrum of Programs XISS offers a wide array of top ranked management education programs. Govt. conducting a variety of short courses for the benefit of the industries. NTPC. ESSAR. What characterizes all of them is their outstanding intelligence and remarkable personality. |6| . Issue based research also strengthens people’s movements for their rights. Entrepreneurship Development Programs The Institute also offers Entrepreneurship Development Programs (EDP) for rural & urban youth to become self employed. DVC. It undertakes Research and Planning on behalf of Government Departments (Central and State). business organizations. Deptt. KVIC & other organizations. 6-months management courses are also conducted periodically. Ministry of HRD. Apart from the above courses. Followed by • A rigorous personal interview by distinguished panels of experts. it offers excellent academic and enrichment activities to prepare the business leaders of tomorrow. TATA Power. Management Development Programs The MDP division has been established to contribute more effectively to the professional development of Indian managers and administrators. The Institute follows a three stage admission procedure: • Cut-off scores for All-India level written examination XAT (XLRI Admission Test) is released and applications are invited. Research and Publication This department has been established in the year 2002. of Industries (Govt. Training and Development Programs The Institute has built up an Extension Training Department. expectations and challenges of managing rapidly the changing businesses. These courses are sponsored by the Deptt. The premise underlying the design of these programs is to meet the needs. Together with its post graduate programs. KRIBHCO. of India. Programme Approval All the Two Years Post Graduate Management Programmes are approved by AICTE. it also helps in imparting training for capacity building of the target group on which the research was conducted for implementing people oriented rehabilitation programs and helps the policy makers to make people oriented development plans. World Bank.

HRD e) International HRM f) Business Law g) Performance Evaluation h) Viva Voce a) Accounts and financial management b) MIS - II c) Statistics for managers -1 d) Organizational Behavior – 1 e) Labor Laws – 2 f) Operations Research g) Strategic Management h) Social Service Field Work i) Performance Evaluation j) Viva voce 3 Trimester rd 6th Trimester a) Marketing management b) Business Ethics c) Elective i.” |7| . IR ii. HRD d) Corporate Social Responsibility e) Research Project Viva Voce f) Progress in Project Work a) Human Resource Management b) Statistics for Managers – 2 c) Research Methodology d) Industrial Relations – 1 e) Labor Laws – 3 f) Organizational Behavior – 2 g) Labor Welfare & Industrial Health h) IR Camp i) Social Service Field Work j) Performance Evaluation k) Viva voce “There are obviously two educations .PGDM 1st Trimester Personnel Management 4th Trimester a) Organizational Development b) TQM c) Strategic HRM d) HRD e) Industrial Relations – 2 f) Labor Laws – 4 g) Business Environment of Developing Economies h) Industrial Tour i) Performance Evaluation j) Viva voce a) Principles and practices of management b) Industrial sociology c) Labor laws- 1 d) MIS - 1 e) Business communication f) Managerial economics g) Communication lab h) Social Work i) Social service field work j) Performance evaluation k) Viva voce 2 Trimester nd 5th Trimester a) Human Resource Planning b) Compensation Management c) Production Management d) Electives - i. IR ii.one teaches us how to make a living and the other how to live.

.these are the keys that will unlock the door to personal excellence. Cooperative Management 5. Micro Enterprise Development and Management 4.. Management of Rural Marketing 3. j) Viva Voce k) Dissertation Work 3rd Trimester a) Economics for Rural Managers – II b) Forestry and Wasteland Development c) Management of Land and Water Resources d) Disaster Management – II e) Alternative Education for Community f) Quantitative Methods g) Computer Application & RDIS h) Urban Field Exposure i) Rural Exposure j) Performance Appraisal 6th Trimester a) Organizational Behavior b) Livelihood Promotion System c) Farm Management d) Electives (same papers) e) Performance Appraisal f) Rural Exposure g) Dissertation Work h) Dissertation Viva Voce i) Study Tour The will to win. Panchayati Raj and its Program h) Urban Field Exposure i) Institutional Visit j) Viva and Performance Evaluation 2nd Trimester a) Social Research Methodology and PRA b) Financial Accounting c) Economics for Rural Managers - I d) Health and Sanitation e) Agrarian Relations. Laws and Peasant Struggles f) Principles and Practices of Management g) Disaster Management – I h) Urban Field Exposure i) Rural Exposure j) Viva and Performance Evaluation 5th Trimester a) Project Management II b) Livestock Production and Management c) Agri. RCH and Gender in Development 2. Natural Resource Management i) Viva Voce j) Dissertation Work 1st Trimester a) Rural Economy and Development b) Society. Action and Human Rights f) Micro Insurance and Risk Management g) Behavioral Science h) Electives (same papers) i) Rural Exposure.PGDM Rural Development 4th Trimester a) Project Management-I b) Rural Financial Services c) Training for Development d) Management of NGOs HRD e) Common Property Resource Management f) Displacement. |8| the urge to reach your full potential. Rehabilitation. Resettlement and Corporate Social Responsibility g) Marketing Management h) Electives 1.. the desire to succeed. Culture Change and Structural Analysis c) Women and Children in Development d) Communication for Development e) Communication Skills and Personality Development f) Theories of Development g) Development Administration. Business Managements d) Crop Production and Management e) Social Justice.

C) i) Viva-voce j) Overall performance 2 Trimester nd 6th Trimester a) Business policy & strategic management b) Data warehousing & data mining c) Business ethics d) Elective lab – ii e) Dissertation on summer internship f) Viva- voce g) Overall performance h) Electives from one of the groups * ELECTIVES GROUP I GROUP II A1 GIS FOR BUSINESS T1 VB . Overall performance 3rd Trimester a) Research methodology b) Operations research c) Systems analysis & design d) Oops/C++ programming e) Operation & production management f) Programming lab – III (C++) g) Industry interface h) Viva-voce i) Overall performance 4th Trimester a) Data file structure b) Software engineering c) Operating systems d) Financial management e) Business & cyber law f) Total quality management g) Programming lab – IV (DFS) h) Viva-voce i) Overall performance “Don’t tell me the sky is the limit when there are footsteps on the moon.PGDM 1st Trimester Information Management 5th Trimester a) E-commerce b) Business environment c) Data communication & networking d) Business communication II e) Industrial visit f) Elective lab. SPSS. Access. Viva-voce 3. – I g) Viva-voce h) Overall performance i) Electives from one of the groups * a) Principles & practices of management b) Business communication - I c) Statistics for management d) Mathematics for management e) Management information system – I f) Computer systems and applications g) Programming technique & c programming h) Programming lab – I (Excel. Programming lab – II (RDBMS) 2.NET Programming APPLICATIONS A2 CRM A3 ERP-I A4 ERP-II A5 Knowledge Management A6 IT Strategy T2 Java T3 Web Technology T4 Artificial Intelligence T5 Advanced Networking T6 Distributed DBMS a) Organizational behavior b) Marketing management c) Basic accounting d) Managerial economics e) Human resource management f) Management information system – II g) Relational database management system 1.” |9| .

. Financial Mgt. c) Corporate Finance d) Tax Planning Limitations live |10| only in our minds. 3rd Trimester a) Financial Statement Analysis b) Financial Management – I c) Research Methodology d) Organizational Behaviour – II e) Managerial Economics – II f) Management Information System g) Cost & Management Accounting h) Logistics & Supply Chain Mgt 6th Trimester a) International Financial Management b) Corporate Restr. 5th Trimester a) Project Management b) Option. our possibilities become limitless. but if we use our imaginations.PGDM Finance 4th Trimester a) Investment & Portfolio Management b) Principles & Practices of Banking c) Financial Management – II d) Financial Markets & Services e) Sales & Salesmanship f) Consumer Behaviour g) Retail Management h) Summer Training 1st Trimester a) Business Statistics – I b) Accounting For Managers c) Business Environment d) Essentials of Management e) Business Communication f) Marketing – I g) Computers in Management h) Communication Lab 2nd Trimester a) Business Statistics - II b) Corporate Accounting c) Organizational Behaviour – I d) Managerial Economics – I e) Marketing Management – II f) Human Resource Management g) Business Law h) Production & Operation Mgt. Futures & Derivatives c) Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility d) Insurance & Risk Management e) Customer Relationship Management f) Services Marketing g) Business Policy & Strategic Mgt. & Str.

“The great thing in the world is not so much where we stand. as in what direction we are moving” .Oliver Wendell |11| . 5th Trimester a) Services Marketing b) Customer Relationship Management c) Marketing Research d) Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility e) Insurance & Risk Management f) Project Management g) Business Policy & Strategic Mgt.PGDM 1st Trimester a) Business Statistics – I b) Accounting For Managers c) Business Environment d) Essentials of Management e) Business Communication f) Marketing – I g) Computers in Management h) Communication Lab Marketing 4th Trimester a) Consumer Behaviour b) Retail Management c) Product & Brand Management d) Integrated Marketing Communication e) Sales & Salesmanship f) Financial Markets & Services g) Summer Training 2nd Trimester a) Business Statistics – II b) Corporate Accounting c) Organizational Behaviour – I d) Managerial Economics – I e) Marketing Management – II f) Human Resource Management g) Business Law h) Production & Operation Mgt. 6th Trimester a) B to B Marketing b) International Marketing c) Marketing in Practice d) Corporate Finance 3rd Trimester a) Financial Statement Analysis b) Financial Management - I c) Research Methodology d) Organizational Behaviour – II e) Managerial Economics – II f) Management Information System g) Cost & Management Accounting h) Logistics & Supply Chain Mgt.

They provide a clear picture to the managers in the making who have the zeal for a bright future. their livelihood and their relationship with nature. Problem analysis is done so as to design an action plan for the village. students from each department are sent for industrial tours every year. • Enhance the capacity of Social Work and human skills. Not only do these camps provide exposure with an academic point of view. the mentally challenged and the deprived village folk.What Makes Us Different? Industrial Camps & Tours The Industrial Camp. Social Service Fieldwork During the first year of academics. XISS is one of the first institutions in the world to introduce PLA in its academic curriculum. its performances and various functioning process of the organization. but also expose students in knowing different places and interacting with the industrial population directly. rural camps are held with distinct objectives. Being participatory in nature. teams of students are formed and these teams are assigned to various organisations involved in Social Work. They also enable the students to understand the internal working environment of an organization. |12| . • Understand and exercise the social responsibility besides the professional careers. The main idea behind Industrial Camps is that the students must know things practically. Participatory Learning & Action (PLA) and Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) exercises are carried out with the aim of learning the participatory methods. The camps aim at rapport building. a vital part of the curriculum. helps us bridge the gap between the class room teaching and the real time business world. These visits cover all zones of the nation and are an initiative on the part of the institute to develop an ongoing relationship framework in the business world and aim at further enhancing the corporate network of XISS. Rural Camps & Visits In order to provide opportunity to the students to come in close contact with the village life and to interact with rural masses in their own environment. it is necessary for a manager to understand and get accustomed to the atmosphere of the organization. Corporate Interaction Visits As part of its constant efforts towards further enhancing and improving placements at the institute. These organisations work to brighten up the lives of underprivileged children. the method focuses the attention on people. including the physically challenged. Through such exercise we seek to: • Understand human values and social doctrine of society and culture. Industrial Camps are a source of vital information about the organization. As organizational behaviour is a part of the management.

national. Festivals The future managers participate in various national/ local and religious festivals which are integral part of life at XISS. civil conflicts and lack of popular participation in developmental programmes. private and tertiary sectors. ethnic and gender discrimination. JJDMS also publishes review papers. benchmarking. Panache The annual fest “PANACHE” symbolizes the true spirit of XISS. |13| . total quality management. and regional contexts. Authors can write papers from global or local perspectives. Alumni Meets Students organise alumni meets regularly both at the Institute and at different metro cities in order to keep in touch with the alumni. disease. where a kaleidoscope of diverse talents is displayed in an atmosphere of healthy competition. executive experiences and book reviews. Each issue focuses on a specific theme. information management and quality of life in public. the Institute organizes various sports tournaments including basketball and football which provides the students with a break from the rigour of intensive study and helps them stay in good shape. Such participation ensures that students understand and appreciate community festivals and other activities and create an atmosphere unique to the institute. organizational leadership. environmental degradation. unemployment. displacement. It welcomes research articles on development and management at global. Papers can be theoretical as well as empirical. Sports To let off the strain of a very demanding student life. malnutrition. It aims at complementing academic study with exposure to rural India and networking in the world of arts and media. Its ambit also includes human resources in the arena of organizational development. Each paper should come up with policy implications.Beyond Classrooms Journals Jharkhand Journal of Development and Management Studies (JJDMS) is a multi-disciplinary quarterly journal regularly published by the institute. XISS Bulletin Semi-Annual News Bulletin is published to keep people informed about developments at XISS. work culture. Keeping the people at the centre stage it seeks to explore ways of improving their standard of living by examining potential solutions to poverty.

Displacement and Rehabilitation.A. of Library & Documentation M. & Head. • Sales Management. • DBMS & Foxpro. • Knowledge Centre Management S... Alex Ekka. Dip. of Information Management M.A.W. Dept. PGDBM Area of Specialization Social Research and Consultancy. Anirudh Prasad Chair Professor. • • • • • • • • A. Ph. M. • Brand Management. JRD Tata Chair Prof. • Marketing Strategy. • Building Communication Skills.D. • Economic Development & Planning. Sc. Area of Specialization Area of Specialization • Human Resource Management. Ph. Dept. Director M. (Sociology). Social Analysis and People’s Empowerment. of Research & Publications M..Phil.H.. • Natural Resource Management.Com. • Insurance and Risk Management. Ph. • Human Resource Development. H. • Graph Theory.D. Shauq Head. Assistant Director M.J. Human Rights Advocacy Area of Specialization • Marketing Communications. • Distribution and Logistics Management. Communication and Leadership Skills. • Rural Industrialization.Phil (Economics) Ratnesh Chaturvedi Head. • Corporate Ethics • General Management • Sustainable Agriculture. Dept. Dept.The Gurus Fr.J. & Head. ICWAI. Dept. Programmes. of Rural Development M..Sc. • Corporate Social Responsibility. Self Rule and Panchayati Raj. • Evaluation & Assessment of Govt. • Social Work.D.Lib. • MIS • E-Commerce Area of Specialization: |14| • NGOs and Development Perspectives. Singh Head. Mass Comm. • Common Property Resource Management.. • SHG Management & Micro Finance • Industrial Sociology. PGDPM. • Scientific Research Methodology and Participatory Appraisal . • Watershed Management. Fr. Agriculture. • Financial Market and Services. Issue based Civil Society Initiatives.Sc. Pradeep Kerketta S. Labour Welfare Himadri Sinha Prof. M. • Cost and Management Accounting. • Participatory Rural Appraisal etc. Ph.. Area of Specialisation • Accounting in Business Decision Making.D. • Industrial Marketing. M. Dept. • Justice Concern & Human Rights. S. Maths. of Finance M. of Personnel Management M.R. Bodra Head. • Gender Sensitivity & Capacity Building. R. MBA (Fin. Ansari Prof. Area of Specialization • Human Capital Formation.A. Structural Analysis of Society. Ph.D. & Head.S. Economics & Sociology. Area of Specialization • Operations Research. of Research and Planning M. Ph.).Com.D. of Marketing Management B. MCA. • Micro Level Planning & Execution. • Scheduled Tribes and Dalits. • Participatory Forest Management • Quantitative Research • Action Research Satya Narayan Singh Head. Dept. Dept. Dip. Area of Specialization Area of specialization • Alternative Community Education • Motivation & Leadership.K. NGO Management.Sc.

S. • RDBMS • Data Structure and Algorithm. Ph. Area of specialization • HRD.R. MCA Keny T.A. (Sociology) B. M. Sajeet Lakra IHM. • Human Rights • Corporate Social Resposilility Area of Specialization • Industrial Technology M.. Pinaki Ghosh B. • Software Engineering. • IR. Bhagat M.. FDP (IIMA) Area of specialization • Procedure Oriented Programming • Object Oriented Programming. Ph. • Cluster and Grid Computing. Madhumita Singha Neogi M. • International Finance. • Corporate Finance..P. MCA. M. Area of Specialization • Programming Languages.K. • Database Management. • International Business Environment. Phil. CDA Bhaskar Bhowani M. Roy M.. • Customer Relationship Management. |15| . Economics. • MIS • Software Engineering Area of Specialisation • Parallel and Distributed Computer.Tech. • Integrated Marketing Communication. • Business Intelligence. MMM-Marketing Area of specialization • Government Finance. • Data Communication & Networking.D. • Risk Management & Derivatives K. Agrawal M. • Data Structures and Algorithms. Ph.D. • Rural Development Issues and Programmes Displacement Resettlement CSR. Banerjee PGDCA. PGDBM.Sc.Com. Area of specialization • Rural Marketing . Area of Specialization • Financial Planning and Control.. • Women and Children Studies on Maternal and Infant Nutrition and Child Labour.D.K. Lucas B. Maths. Shrivastava M. PGDPM.Sc. MBA (Finance) Area of specialization • Strategic Dimensions of Management Information Systems.Sc. • Econometrics. • Interconnection Networks.E.R. • Brand Management. • Banking & Financial Markets.A.Sc. Artificial Intelligence.C. • Network Design & Implementation. Area of Specialization • Quantitative and Qualitative Research Techniques • Impact Assessment. • Benchmarking and Baseline Survey.

• Organizational Behaviours. (Economics) Area of Specialization • Public Health. • Marketing Management. PGPM Area of Specialization • Services Marketing. • Product &Brand Management • Sales & Distribution Management Area of Specialization • Project Management.A. Ag.A. • Investment & Portfolio Management. • Production & Operation Management.K. • Business Communication Rohit Vishal Kumar M. • Multivariate Analysis. • Service marketing.A. • CSR and NGO Management. UGC - NET Area of Specialization • Market Research. • Gender and Development Area of Specialization • Managerial Economics. Anant Kumar M. • Statistics for Business. • Population Studies.A. Rajshree Verma M. • Human Resource Development. (RD) M.Phil. • Organization Behaviour and Leadership. • Business Environment Sanjeev Bajaj Chief Coordinator - Corp. • Project Appraisal & Financing. Relation & Placement MBA. • Operation Research. M.. • Livelihood Promotion. • Industrial Marketing. Ph. Area of Specialization • Personnel Management. Tigga B.Kumar Mohit Spring Master in Labour Law & PM Ignatius Xaxa PGD PM & IR Area of Specialisation • Human Resource Management.Tech. • Consumer Behaviour. • Business Ethics.. Economics). (Population Studies).. M.D. • Communication Skills. • Industrial Relations. • Statistics.Phil. • Strategic Financial Management. Eco. • Industrial Relations. • Organisation Development.A.Sc.. • Economy & Development. • Micro Finance. MBA Marketing. • Organisational Behaviour. Area of Specialization • Disaster Management. Panda M.D. • Public Health Policy. • Retail Marketing • Sales & Distribution Management. |16| . • Population and Reproductive Health. Niranjan Sahoo M. • Consumer Behavior. (Agril. Ph.. Amar E. • Agribusiness Management. PGDM Marketings D. PGD IBO Subhajit Bhattacharya MBA (Marketing and HR) Area of Specialization Area of Specialization • Financial Accounting.

• Business Law.D. M. |17| . • SIA & R&R Plan for Development Activities. PGDPM&IR Area of specialization • Financial Management. Ph. Arup Mukherjee ICWAI (Cost Accountant) Indrajit Banerjee B. Ph. • Aerenic Contamination in Ground Water. PGDRD. (Environmental Sciences) Area of Specialization • Corporate Finance. • Migration & Social Change. Sant Kumar Prasad M. • Project Planning Monitoring & Evaluation. Bodra PGDPMIR Pramil K. • Organisational Behaviour • Insurance & Rish Management.Sc. • Marketing Management Area of specialization • Remote Sensing & GIS.L. Arana Kausar PGDBM Amardip Singh M. Area of Specialization • HRM • Industrial Relations • Business Comunication • OB • Strategic HRM • Personality & Soft Skills Development Area of specialization • Social Research Methodology.B. Ph.D. • Envirmental Microplanning. • Agraian Social Relations & Present Economy. • Derivativnes (Financial) Area of Specialization • HR & OB. • Watershed Management. • Master Plan for City & Town. • Accounting. Area of specialization • Organisational Behaviour. • Displacement & Rehabilitation.Phil.A. Prakash Dash M.D. PM & IR. • Water Resource Management.. Ph.D.. • Participatory Rural Appraisal & Micro Planning • Grassroots Interventions & Field Practices • Panchayati Raj Institutions • Non Formal Education • Reproductive Child Health & HIV/AIDS.D. • Organisational Dynamics & Managerial Excellence. Panda M. • Business Policy & Strategic Management. • Application of Microhial Techniques in Enhancement of Soil Fertility. PGDBM.Sc. Ph..Sc NDA. • Quality Management • Strategic Management & OD • Business Communication • Personality & Soft Skills development Mary S. Viplava Thakur MBA (Systems & OR). • Business Policy..Shyamal Gomes M. • Industries & Mines. Area of specialization • EIA & EMP Study for Infrastructure. L. • EIA/SIA Studies. Area of Specialization • Total Quality Management • Strategic Management • International Human Resource • OB • Labour Welfare and IH Area of specialization • NGO Management. (Sociology). • Tribal Development. • Entrepreneurship Management. • International Financial Management. • Sociology of Development.Phil.A.

A. PhD (RU) HOd. P. Govt.). • Financial Management. Ranchi Mr. S.. Under Ministry of HRD.Tech. Mr. Banerjee Sudeep Kumar M. Visiting/Guest Faculty Mr. Psychology. Mesra). PGD in Business Administration Area of specialization • Accounting. (Calcutta University) Senior Faculty. Nitish raj M. Onkar Dutta Aatish Kumar Sahu M. St. P. Bhattacharya B. Pune Faculty. E. Ph. R. • Gender Sensitization. • Spatial Analysis.Ed.Economics (Gold Medallist). N. N. (Tech. S. Ranchi Area of Specialization • Rural Enterpeneship. Jan Shikshan Sansthan. Agricultural Economics Ms. A. IIcm. (Manchester Univ. of India Dr.Com.Phil.B. in T&D (Indian School Of Training And Development) Senior Faculty. MTI. K. S. • Field Work & Qualitative Research Methodology. Vandana Sahu M.A. Ojha M. • NGO Management. L. in Electrical Engg. PGDPM & IR. D. MDPs XLRI Consultant and Visiting Faculty |18| . Prof. Khyati Munjal PGDBM (HNIMR). Bhattacharya M. Ranchi Area of specialization • Social Mobility. Singh B.PGBM in Management. LLB..Com. MBA Senior manager.D.) management consultant & management trainer Mrs. Sinha PGDPM (XISS). • Empowerment of Weaker Sections.E. SAIL. Agri. Kishore PhD (JNU)..Tech (HRDM) IIT. (Labour & Social Welfare). MBA (BIT. Xavier’s college Dr. LLB BFWDE (Bihar) Ex-Director. International Economics. S. IICM. FPM (IIM.K.A. • Design of Experiments. Dip. (Jadavpur University). M. Chattoraj MBA (Marketing) BIT Mesra.. department of commerce. Macroeconomics. PGDEPM B. Ranchi University Microeconomics.. Ranchi university Mr. IICM.Baby Sebastian M. Ahmedabad) Senior Faculty. Xavier’s college. of Economics. MTI. ICWAI Area of specialization • Applied and Theoretical Statistics. PhD (Calcutta Univ.A. Fellow Candidate (NITIE) Faculty.K. PGDRM (IGNOU) Associate of Insurance Institute of India (AIII) Francis Xavier Tirkey PGDRD Mr. Ranchi Mr. Arvind Hans B.Sc.) Senior Faculty. K.E. SAIL. Ranchi Mr. • Socio - Cultural Aspects of Mental Health. • Suicide Behaviour.K. Dr. I/C.A. Mr. St. Bhattacharya M. Admn. P.G (Information Science).D. Ph. • Salary Administration. Kharagpur. Ph. B. FPM (IIM. Ranchi Mr.(Engg) Fellow of Insurance Institute of India (FIII) Dr. Calcutta). Dutta M.). AMI (Industrial Engg. • Market Research. LLB Faculty. PGDM. Retd.

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MISHRA ASHISH K SRIVASTAVA GM -HR Philips Electronics India Ltd KAMLESH PRASAD GM .President Deutsche Bank ARGHyA SEN MuRARI CHOuDHuRy NADEEM KAzIM HR Director Asia Supply Chain .GE JAyANT BASu ARI BANERJEE DHRuBA JyOTI BASu GM-Corporate HR Century Plyboards (I) Ltd. Talent Resource Consultants Executive Director. DLF Limited IMRAN JILANI ANIMESH SARAN Assistant VP -HR Aditya Birla Retail Limited Director . COO & SVP ICICI Foundation AVP.HR.Operations Talent Search Consultancy GM & Head .HR.HR Synopsys CHINMAy SENGuPTA DEBARSHI DuTTA DEBASHISH BANERJEE Head Administration TATA Steel Ltd. Jubilant Enpro NITIN SHARMA Managing Director and CEO DBasicz Media Enterprise |20| . Mother Dairy JOyDEEP ROy NAVEEN SINHA G. Adidas India DILIP SINHA JAyANT KuMAR AVP Corporate HR TATA Teleservices Ltd. J.General Affairs Honda Siel Cars India Ltd MOHAN SuRINDER Senior GM-HR. NARENDER AHuJA ARuN GM People Office Future Group CEO HES Water Engineers India Pvt Ltd Executive VP-HR Godfrey Phillips India Limited DINESH AGRAwAL COO.Talent Management Peerless General Finance & Investment K.Alumni At the Top ABHIJIT BHATTACHARJEE HR Professional GM .HR IBM India Pvt Ltd ASHOK CHATTARAJ Managing Director Siesta Hospitality Services Limited DR.HR.(HR & Personnel ) Exide Industries Limited ARIJIT SENGuPTA Head HR.M (H. PepsiCo India GM (HR/IR) Aditya Birla Group SHANTANu MITRA Assistant GM Afflatus Gravures Pvt Ltd ASHu MALHOTRA Director -HR Alcatel Lucent GOPAL MAHAPATRA Dr.HR Leading Automotive Company G K SINHA LALIT EVP HR. Senior GM (HR) Adhunik Power and Natural Resources ABHIJIT SENGuPTA Dy GM – HR Apeejay Surrendra Group AVP HR New Horizons India ASHOK KuMAR yADAV Deputy GM KGVK CSR Usha Martin Ltd GAuTAM CHAuDHuRy DGM-HR Mayfair Hotels & Resorts ABHILASHA SRIVASTAVA ASHOK VARMA Head . INDRAJEET SENGuPTA Director – HR & Corporate Affairs Mars Inc. JUSCO HARAPRASAD MOHAPATRA MANISH KuMAR DGM (HR & IR) Adhunik Power & Natural Resources Ltd HEMANT JAIN AMITABH DAS CEO. M . DGM. FINO AMITAVA MuKHERJI Director Greentree Learning PRESIDENT-HR & CHIEF PEOPLE OFFICER VIOM NETWORKS Ltd. Sr. Ltd GOVIND MADHAV Executive Director Karuna Trust Director SOSCV India MANISH KuMAR VP (Marketing) Shilpi Cables Tech Ltd Head HR & CSR Dhan Laxmi Bank VP-HR Royal Orchid Hotels AMIT TOPNO BARNALI CHAKRAVORTy BASIL SEBASTIAN BASuKI NATH Chief . of India Partner Starpowerz HR Pvt. THOMAS & CO. DGM International Data & Internet Business Reliance Communications MuKESH KR. ANSHuMAN RAy MuKuL CHEROBIN Owner. SuNIL KuMAR SINGH Additional GM – HR Punj Lloyd Limited KOSHy PANICKER KOuSHIK SEN GM. Wanbury Director HR Canara HSBC Life DIPANKAR MuKHERJI DIVESH KuMAR Experienced Professional leading HR function Associate Director. VP United Breweries Limited Executive VP.Alstom Power AMITABH SINGH MIHIR MALLICK BISwARuP GOSwAMI CHETAN VARMA GM POWERGRID Corp. CEO Education Ambassadors Asst. Sr. DEVELOPERS (I) Ltd. G. Vati Consulting VP – HR ICICI Prudential DGM HR IRB INFRA. Ltd.HR Ernst & Young – India NILANJANA BANERJEE Director. Food Corporation of India MANOJ VERMA HIRAK BHATTACHARJEE VP-HR Kotak Mahindra Bank HR Director Power Systems Hydro . (TATA-QUIPPO) H S JHA Senior VP Ashok Piramal Group GM . Govt. Director.Orgn & Talent Dev Oracle India MADHAV MANI VP HR Usha International AK SINHA BALDEV SINGH KALSI Deputy Chief Labour Commissioner Ministry of Labour. PVT LTD.K.R) Aditya Birla Chemicals India Ltd.R/I. Aptech Ltd ASHIM BANERJEE Director HR. NEEDS JAGDEEP PAuL Vice .

CHAKRAVARTy PRANEET MEHRISH REVTI SAHAy Director People Relation CGI SIDHARTHA GANGuLy VP – HR Bennett Coleman & Co. Reddys Laboratories Ltd. For complete list please visit www. Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.CORPORATE BANKING AXIS Bank VP .HR Vodafone Essar RAVI SHEKHAR SwAyAM SEN Associate Director HR Barclays Bank PRADEEP SERAPHIM Head HR (VP) Jubilant Retail RESHMA SAHu TAPAN MAzuMDAR GM.HR. VP & Head – HR Admin & Infrastructure Reliance Capital Asset Management MD & CEO eMag Technologies Pvt Ltd S S HOTA Chief HR/IR Tata Steel SuBIR SINHA Senior Director HR Motif Inc (Reliance Retail) VINOD VARGHESE wILMA GuPTA Associate Director . Max Healthcare SAMBIT ACHARyA Sr. GENPACT GM HR. Mosaer Baer ROBIN S SOuM CHAKRABORTy VP .HR Arvind Mills Ltd. P MISHRA VP. BCCL President HR Chambal Fertilisers & Chemicals RAVI SHANKAR SINGH Deputy GM-HR Larsen & Toubro Ltd Dy. PuTHAL AVP-HR Guardian Lifecare Pvt.HR & Administration. Reddy’s SANJAy BOSE SuJEET RANJAN PANKAJ JAIN Director – HR Strategic Initiatives Indian Hotels Company Ltd State Director (Bihar & Jharkhand) CARE Director-HR Orient Technologies Pvt.Corporate HR Firstsource Solutions Director – HR Textron India Private Limited SuSOM MISHRA Deputy GM . SAIL Associate VP – HR Paramount Airways GM HR Glaxo Smithkline PRAMOD KuMAR AGM IR TATA Motors Ltd. HR Business Partner Cypress Semiconductor DGM (HR) and STA to Director (HR) NTPC LTD GM HR.K.NOVONIL BHATTACHARyA RAJESHwAR TRIPATHI Head HR Emerging Markets TCS Executive VP.GM-HR Jubilant Organosys Associate Director MindTree SHALINI PRASAD SHARAT KuMAR SHATABDI BASu SHOMIK CHAuDHuRI Assistant GM HR Grasim Aditya Birla Centre GM .O.in RAJESH SHARMA Deputy VP HDFC Bank Ltd SAIBAL BAROI SuBRAMANIAN S ASSOCIATE GM CHILD RIGHTS AND YOU (CRY) Senior VP.HR Eveready Industries India Limited RAMESH G S PARTHO DASGuPTA Group Head HR&ER Escorts Chairman.VP & Head HR ESSAR STEEL uJJAL GANGOPADHyAy uTTAM GHOSH uTTAM LAL V B LAL RESHMI DuTTA Principal Consultant SAP Labs S. SuDESH SINHA VP . Ltd PRAVEER PRIyADARSHI Director-HR Dr.People & Change COLT Telecom Principal Consultant & Director Qwest HR Services Pvt Ltd The list is updated every month. Magickwoods Exports Pvt Ltd SANJAy VERMA Corporate VP – HR RAMESH OJHA SANJAyA SHARMA GM HR Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd SuMIT K.E. Ltd. ITCOT RAJORSHI GANGuLI Sr Director.xiss.Banking & Financial Services WNS RAJESH VARMA VP.HR Dr. Samsung DGM. LAL PAuL BECK Head of HR AREVA T&D INDIA LIMITED Naini Partner Joseph and Joseph Law offices RANJAN PANDEy SANJEEV VERMA Associate Director . GM & Head HR (Vertical) Suzlon Energy SuDEEP Managing Partner Antal International |21| . VP. Sr. L&T Business Adviser ECCO Asia Pacific Limited SuRAJ CHETTRI P E KACHHAP P K GANDHI Associate VP – HR Matrix Laboratories Limited Director Personnel. NCDEX Ltd RITEN CHATTERJEE SMITA SINGH PRIyANKA CHOuDHARy PuJA MARwAHA Regional Director CRY GM-HR Marathon Electric Motors I Ltd. SANDEEP K.HR ESPN Star Sports VP .HR. Ltd RAKESH DAS PANKAJ RAI GM – HR Whirlpool India Senior VP IntelleCash Microfinance SANJAy RAI SuJOy BANERJEE SuMANT SINHA Chief HR Officer Bharti Teletech VP .ac.HR Renault India Director HR Schneider Electric VENKATTESH R Executive VP DCB Bank RAJEEV SARAO Associate VP – HR AEGIS (an ESSAR enterprise) ROBIN SINGH HR Director Goodyear India Ltd SuBHRO BHADuRI Head of HR Kotak Mahindra Bank VIJAy SHuKLA RAJESH DERHGAwEN Sr.HR AFES. Layam Group/ C.

USA ARCHITA MISRA HR Consultant Department of Works and Pensions (through Workstream Consultancy) Southall. Malaysia ANuRAG KuMAR VP HR / CPO PepsiCo International MEA Region. Canada KARuNESH PRASAD Regional HR Mnager -APAC GE Oil & Gas. United Kingdom NEHA AGARwAL (BAJORIA) Marketing Mahindra Satyam Antwerp.Alumni With Assignments Abroad ABHIJEET KuMAR HRBP-APAC Dell Perot Systems SEA. Africa CIMI MATHEw Bahri & Mazroei Technical Systems Co. USA APRAJITA SINHA Accounting Professional Greater Los Angeles. USA Director HR Virage Logic Corp San Francisco Bay. UAE Manager HR(L&D) ST Microelectronics SEA.) Greater Detroit. USA MAHASHwETA LAHIRy CHATTERJEE Teacher Department of Education and Training Canberra. Singapore KANISH MOHAN Client Relationship Manager HOV Services (Ex. USA Manager Talent Acquisition Lead Coca-Cola Bottler (Malaysia)Sdn Bhd Kualalampur. USA GEORGE VARGHESE M HR Manager Alghamim Industries. LLC (BMTS) MEA.HR Honeywell SEA.Marketing & Sales . Australia JAwAID ASHRAF HR Director . UAE JOyDEEP MuTSuDDI HR Director. Singapore DEBASHISH CHATTERJEE Director. eClinicalWorks Greater Boston. France MONIKA SINHA IT Analyst International Securities Exchange Greater New York City.Associate Cognizant Technology Solutions Greater Chicago. USA JAMEEL AHMAD Senior Executive . Belgium |22| .Europe Middle East & Africa Becton Dickinson India Pvt Ltd Oxford. Singapore JOHN KuRIAKOSE Head . USA CHAMAN PREET HR Professional Specialising in HR functions & change management Melbourne. Kuwait MADHuRI SHARMA Geography Faculty University of Tennessee Knoxville Tennessee. Lason Inc.HR ETA M & E Division Dubai. United Kingdom HONIKA RANI Sr.Electronic Division Straits FZE Dubai. Singapore DENNy GEORGE Strategic HR Professional PGPM CHRP Toronto. UAE MANISH JAyASwAL DBA. Australia AzFAR JAMAL SyED HuSSAIN Partner Mindfield Resources MEA Region.Special projects ALSTOM Paris. USA ANANT EGBERT Operations Manager Emerald Energy DMCC MEA. USA CHETNA SINGH VP . Singapur ANuRADHA NAIK DHARM RAKSHIT KAuSHIK NAG SPHR Account Holder OpenLink Network Houston Texas. United Kingdom VP New York Technology Partners Greater New York City. USA BALAJI VENuGOPALAN HCL Axon Greater New York City.Compensation & Benefits JP Morgan Chase SEA. UAE DILIP SINGH KEyA CHANDAN HR Homegroup Ltd Leeds. UAE MARy SuRIN Brandeis University The heller school For Social Policy and Management Greater Boston. UAE NASER KHAN Deputy Director (Safe Drinking Water Programme) Tulsi Chanrai Foundation Nigeria.

Singapore Recruitment SR Enterprises MEA.V ANAND SANJEEV KuMAR SPHR HR Leader Cisco SEA. MEA. UAE |23| . Singapore Computer Software Professional Cincinnati. Metro. United Kingdom SuMANA SARKAR Human Resource Sysmind LLC Greater New York City. UAE SAJID IqBAL SwETA ANAND PRABAL CHATTERJEE Global Head HR Enterprise Solutions TCS Sydney. United Kingdom Quest Global Services Hartford Connecticut.xiss. United Arab Emirates. New York Human Resource Manager Tata Consultancy Services. Charlotte North Carolina.NIKKy RAy HR Manager (Compensation & Benefits) at Emirates Flight Catering Dubai. USA SuRAJ . Missouri Marketing and Advertising Professional Greater New York City. USA SuNIL MISHRA RESHMI NAHEED Executive HR Sonata San Francisco Bay. HP SEA. UAE SHOBANA NARAyANAN Performance Management Specialist Otsuka Greater New York City.ac. USA NITIN EKKA RAVISH KuMAR Staffing Consultant Delta Information Systems Greater Atlanta. USA PAuL LAKRA SuNITHA T Executive Director PCMBPLUS Technologies Twickenham. USA The list is updated every month. UAE George Mason University Washington D. REDDY’S Moscow. USA VANDANA CHOuDHuRy Talent Acquisition Head . UAE PRAN RANJAN TARIquE NASIM HR Manager. USA zAREEN SIDDIquI RAM S SuCHARITA SHOME VINOD Sr. Canada SHOuKAT HAMID Head Sales -Frozen Div Emirates Modern Poultry LLC Dubai. UAE Pricing Analyst Emirates. Cincinnati.in Group HR Head KEF Holdings MEA. MEA. Staffing Firm Hartford Connecticut. Hospitality RANI BALACHANDRAN Head .HR i-flex solutions bv London.North America Tata Consultancy Services Greater New York City. USA T. USA Head-HR (MENA Region) Britannia Industries Limited MEA. For complete list please visit www. USA HR Generalist Al Futtaim Group. CSC Cincinnati. USA VIVEK PRASAD RAJENDRA SOOD Principal Engineer Petrofac IKPT Toronto.C. Russian Federation SHAHID MOJIB TuLIKA PRASAD PREM BHAGAT Business Planning Manager. USA RuBINA yAwAR Tecnical Recruiter. IFFCO MEA. Australia HR Manager General Electric ( GE ) Kansas City. Datawarehouse Business/Data Analyst TIAA-CREF. USA Architectural Specialist.K PIyA CHATTERJEE Consultant InvestHR Inc Greater Chicago. United Kingdom RAHuL BHARTI Student College of Environmental Sciences and Forestry State University of New York Syracuse. UAE Head HR Russia and CIS DR. USA VP Technical Services Nu Info Systems West Palm Beach Florida. USA SHAIKA RAKSHI TuLIKA RITu PRIyA (MISHRA) AMRuTHuR Experienced HR Professional Bristol. UAE Research associate SPJIMR Mumbai MEA.

Partial list of Recruiting Organizations ACC Action Aid Adhunik Industries Aditya Birla Group Aga Khan Rural Support Programme Aide-et-Action Alternative for India Development Amour Foundation Apni Yojna ARAVALI AROUSE Arvind Mills & Sharda Trust ASA ASSEFA ASSEFA PLAN ASTHA Axis Bank Ltd. Ltd. Foundation for Ecological Security FPAI Khunti. BADLOW Foundation BAIF Bajaj Allianz Life Ins. Bank Ltd. I. Shambunath Dev. Centre for Entrepreneurship Development Centre for Women’s Development Child Rights and You CINI Coco Cola Cognizant Technology Services CTRD CYSD Damodar Valley Corp.D. Society EDII Lucknow.B. Development Support Agency of Dhan Laxmi Bank Ltd.Co.B. Group Jan Jagran Kendra Jan Jagran Sansthan Jan Utthan Samiti Jet Airways Jindal Group Jubilant KNNA-CSI KNNA-KMVS KNNA-RARDS KRIBHCO |24| .D.D.D. DPIP Dr. I. ICECD ICI Ltd. Deepalaya Development Alternatives Mihijam.A. H. I.I.I.E. Eicher Motors EIL Electrolux Escorts Essel Mining & Ind.E. Eveready Industries Exide Industries Group FDRA Dehradun.R.M. Hospital HCL Group HDFC Help Age India Hero Honda Himalayan Study Centre Hindalco HUL I. ICICI Group IFB Industries IFFCO IGSSS IPARW IPC ITC IUF Asia Pacific J.F. I. BALCO BASIX Bata India BHRD Trust Bihar Education Project Bihar Livelihood Projects Cadilla Pharmaceuticals Cairn India CAPART CARE India CASA CASHPOR Catholic Relief Service CCF CCN CENCORED Cease Fire Central Coalfields Ltd. Friends of Women World Banking Frito Lay GE India GEAG GMR Godrej GE Grameen Crafts Grameen Development Service Grasim India Ltd.K. Reddy’s Dr.D.

P. Voluntary Health Association of India West Bengal Consultancy Organization Whirlpool Women Development Corporation World Health Organization World Vision of India |25| . Udyogini Ujjivan UNDP UNICEF United Bank of India UNNATI UP Diversified Agr.S. SAVE Save the Children SBI Life SCCN Schneider SCRIA Khori.Krishi Gram Vikas Kendra Kutch Nav Nirman Abhiyan Lehman Brothers Lok Jagriti Kendra LTITL Lupin Laboratories Ma Foi Consultants Mahila Chetna Kendra Mahindra & Mahindra Group MRF Tyres Narnolia Securities Ltd. SEWA SEWA Bharat Shamayita Math Shanti Maitry Mission Show Wallace SHRAMS SKS Microfinance Society of Jesuit SOTEC South Asia Partnership SPAR SRDTC Swa- Shakti SRI SRIJAN SRKPS SRUTI STEDP Sterling Holiday Resorts Sumahahalli SURE Swajal Tagore Society for Rural Development Taj Group of Hotels TATA Communication TATA Consultancy Service TATA Motors TATA Steel TATA Teleservices TATA Adminstrative Service THREAD TNT Torrent Pharmaceuticals TSRDS U. Usha Martin Group UTI Uttar Pradesh Dairy Dev. Rajiv Gandhi Foundation Ramkrishna Mission Ranbaxy Laboratories Rashtriya Gramin Vikas Nidhi Seva Assam Raymonds Reliance ADAG RIL Group Rudest Institute SAB Miller Sabhagi Shikshan Kendra Samaj Pragati Sahayog Santhamalai Trust Sattal Estate Asso.I. Board VASUNDHARA Vati Consulting Vedanta Aluminium Ltd.K. Pantaloons Pathfinder International Pathfinder-Nisha SilaiBunai School PEDO People One People’s Science Institute PEPUS PGEI PILLAR Population Services International –PSI PRABHAS PRADAN Prerna Resource Centre PRIA PSUF Puni Llyod R.B. VIKSAT Ahmedabad. Community Develop. Bhoomi Sudhar Nigam Ltd. Seva Mandir Udaipur. Nav Bihar Samaj Kalyan Pratisthan Nav Jagriti NDDB NDPL NEED NFI NIDAN NIF Nirman Bharti NTPC NYSASDRI Oracle ORMAS OXFAM India Trust P.D.T.

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September’2008 “Best Teacher of Human Resource” Award To The Head Of The Department. IICM Ranchi. DNA Awards “Indian Achievers Awards for Social Service” to Fr. July 2010 . Dewang Mehta Business School Awards.” “Outstanding Business School Award” Dainik Bhaskar Business School Awards “Business School who Innovate in teaching methodology. Beni Ekka S. S. Shauq. Dewang Mehta Business School Awards. Prof. New Delhi. Ekka) at Deccan Herald Best B-schools Awards The Business School with “Best Academic Input (Syllabus) In Human Resource Management”. Impact Business School Awards.J. September’2008 “Outstanding Business School in Marketing. Director for CSR at Indian Achievers Form. Alex Ekka. Singapore. Dewang Mehta Business School Awards.” DNA Awards “Life time achievement Award to Fr. Alex Ekka at National Industrial Conclave. Dewang Mehta Business School Awards.J. B.. August 2010 Award for Outstanding Contribution to Education & Society to Fr.. September’2008“ B-school Leadership” Award.R. S. June 2010 “Innovation Leadership Award” to XISS at Asia’s Best B-Schools Award.Awards and Accolades               Best Institute in Management 2003 at world HRD Congress Best Teacher in Management 2008 (Prof. Shauq) at Deccan Herald Best B-schools Awards Life time achievement award 2008 (Fr. Beni Ekka S. September’2008 “Nurturer of Talent” Award To The Director Fr.

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