September Highlights-2021

Inkpothub dedicated the month of September 2021 to teachers and celebrated it with Prof. Jagdish Sheth, Prof. Janat Shah, Prof. Israr Qureshi, and Prof. P K Singh.

Prof. Jagdish Sheth

Prof. Jagdish Sheth is a peripatetic scholar, advisor, entrepreneur and scholar, philanthropist. His seminal work on buyer behavior is one of the most and most red papers in marketing management seminar courses. He has gotten 550 citations and has written more than 300 research papers, 30 books on various disciplines and topics.

The Accidental Scholar | Why AIM Sheth Foundation? | ft. Prof. Jagdish Sheth


Prof. Israr Qureshi, desire to contribute to society in general, with a particular interest in marginalized and disadvantaged communities, has inspired him to understand sustainability and pressing social issues from theoretical and practical viewpoints.

Prof. Israr Qureshi research journey

Prof. Janat Shah is the Director of Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Udaipur since 2011. He obtained his B.Tech. degree in Mechanical Engineering from IIT Bombay in 1980, and is a Fellow in Operations Management from Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (1989).

IIM Udaipur Director | ft. Prof. Janat Shah Journey

Prof. P K Singh is the Director IIM Trichy since 2020. He has served as Director of Management Development Institute Gurgaon and Director In-charge of Indian Institute of Management Indore. In the role of mentoring of the Indian Institute of Management Sambalpur, he served as the first Chairperson of the Academic Committee and as a Nodal Officer of IIM Sambalpur. Dr. Singh is in academics for more than three decades including being Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management at Indian Institute of Management Indore for about 15 years.

Imitate No One; Learn from Everyone | ft. Prof. PK Singh | Director IIM Trichy

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