VJIM, Hyderabad, a premier B School was established in 1993 to offer quality programs in management education, approved by AICTE, accredited by NBA and NAAC and rated National A** by CRISIL. VJIM aims at grooming professional managers by providing learning opportunities centred on the requirements of industry. A cornerstone for this initiative is delivering education modelled after international standards, steeped in Indian value system. This is facilitated by qualified faculty members with both academic and industrial research expertise and ably mentored by Governing Council members. The institution enjoys 2000+ alumni in the corporate and entrepreneurship with 200+ students graduating ever
y year. Faculty use innovative pedagogical tools and in-depth research to deliver the curated content that help the graduates be industry-ready. Research at VJIM focuses on providing practical solutions to real life business problems. It aims at linking theory with the application dynamics of the industry. VJIM strives to participate in research which the business world can connect with. Innovation and market relevance has been our hall mark. At the outset, the multifarious Covid-19 pandemic impacted a vast majority of individuals, businesses, and nations, one way or the other. The consequences of the predicament might have impinged various stakeholders in a variegated manner, but none have been exempted. Moreover, the unforeseen fluid situation has precipitated challenges to economies, organizations, and individuals alike. Apart from disrupting economic activities, the ubiquitous Covid-19 has subverted political, technological, social, and cultural domains. However, the distinctive Covid-19 pandemic has unfurled new-fangled approaches for businesses, employees, employers, and economies, initiating transformation. Consequently, the imperative to perceive, modulate and manage the exigencies has taken centre stage. Identifying the tenable path forward has become the primary focus for all businesses and nations, both big and small. Though not a panacea for every challenge, innovation and adaptation have emerged as the ‘mantras’ for survival and sustenance of nations, businesses and individuals as a whole during the quandary. Technology driven solutions have emerged as the portents of the futuristic paradigms for workplace transformation and business prototypes. We are currently witnessing a demand for smart capabilities powered by Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI). In addition, Artificial Intelligence is gaining wider acceptability across the globe thus facilitating product improvisation and customization. Additionally, market experts have resorted to empirical testing of these products for their performance and cost-effectiveness. Remote workplaces, which earlier were a distant dream, of late, have been widely applauded, are a consequence of technology. As the time progresses, the need for developing sustainable economic and financial capabilities is increasing exponentially. More than ever, the value of sustainable supply chains driven by quality, quantity and reach is realized now. The prominence of building performance driven organic infrastructure using renewable solutions has gained substantial attention
Today’s world faces significant challenges. There are numerous ways that businesses are responding to these challenges. Some organizations are tolerant to deteriorating economic, environmental, and social conditions and are sailing through the decline by adapting to limitations. Other organizations respond to the need to make choices between what is apt for the environment and society or doing what is best for the economy. However, there are more innovative, proactive responses, including ones that champion business as a force for positive societal change.
About The Business School, University of Jammu University of Jammu is one of the India's prestigious universities with its commitment and focus on its core functions of teaching, research, publication, examination and extension. Accredited with A+ grade by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) and ranked amongst top 100 universities of the country by NIRF-HRD, 2017. The university embraces various departments with The Business School as one of the leading departments. The Business School (SAP DRS-II Department) has successfully made its mark in the field of management education and has earned prestigious credentials from various pioneer agencies.
India is growing at a rapid rate, and the entire world is expecting India to be one of the fastest growing economies. However, Growth is not uniform across sectors; the growth has been uneven and often accompanied by income inequality and this gap between rich and poor leads to unbalanced social development. In today’s Emerging Market Economies inclusive growth has become the need of the hour. Inclusive growth means a fair allocation of resources with benefits to every section of the society. Indian policymakers have shifted their attention from growth to inclusive growth, and this is highlighted in the 11th and 12th five-year plans. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Independence Da
y speech promised a new foundation for a more inclusive India — socially, economically and politically. Inclusive growth includes overall growth and the critical elements of inclusive growth are poverty reduction, employment generation, agricultural development, Social Sector Development including securing social Justice, Equal distribution of Income, Environment protection, reduction in regional disparities and industrial development.
The past few decades have been extremely difficult for maintaining a balance between growth, globalization, governance, and environmental sustainability. The world's GDP has increased, leading to economic growth, poverty alleviation, increased food security and improved health standards on one hand however, on the other hand this economic expansion and business growth has come at a heavy price to the planet. The diminishing natural resources, climatic changes and many more unprecedented changes are major hurdles for sustainable growth.