New Delhi | 23 September
JK Business School, Prof. Sanjiv Marwah has received the 'Academic Leader of the Year - 2016' Award from Centre for Education Growth and Research (CEGR). The award was presented during the Higher Education Summit conducted by CEGR at India International Centre, New Delhi by the AICTE Chairman, Prof. Anil D. Sahasrabudhe.Dr. Sanjiv Marwah is a PhD in Customer Relationship Management. He is an expert in the areas of Strategic Management and Customer Retention. He is the founder editor of University Journal of Management Practices, a refereed journal. He has published two course books: ‘Research Methodology’ and ‘Project Management’. He is also the editor of a book on ‘Higher Education Leadership’. He has more than two decades of experience in corporate functioning, academics and administration of academic institutions. In the past he was awarded with ‘Rashtriya Gaurav Sammaan’. He has been leading Business Schools for more than a decade and is a highly respected director known for his close industry linkages. He is an advocate of strong academic-industry linkage in co-creation of knowledge.
Speaking about the honour, Dr. Marwah said “I owe this award to my students, faculty colleagues and management board of JK Business School”
JK Business School (JKBS), is a member of JK organisation (one of the leading private sector groups in India) with a great history of contribution to Indian business through diverse industries and initiatives in the field of education for over 125 years. JKBS was established in the year 2006 in Gurgaon (Haryana) to train the fresh graduates in the field of management.
JKBS was set up amidst the advent and influx of information technology and new emerging models of business. To grow and sustain business, the organizations need to constantly evolve, innovate, and modify systems for scanning environment effectively, devise action plan to attract & retain people and to make it work. The people need to be equipped with new knowledge, skills, attitudes, mind sets and values, Tomorrow’s leaders need to be focused, sensitive to social concerns, tolerant, non-conformist and at the same time possess the ability to take risks and deliver in diverse environments.