RESEARCH & PUBLICATION
GD Goenka Business Review (ISSN- 2394-8639) is a biannual peer reviewed journal in print form. It has been registered with National Institute of Science Communication and Information Resources (NISCAIR) operating under the umbrella of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research. With the sole purpose of bringing forth pure research, creative thinking and new ideas development the journal is now in its second year of publication. Researchers from all over the world are invited to send in their papers for publication.
Center of Excellence
Center of Excellence (COE) in Supply Chain Management at GDGU is an initiative jointly undertaken by the G D Goenka University and CILT.
About Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT)
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) is a professional body representing the transport and logistics industries worldwide.
ICON is an annual two days International Conference organized by School of Management. The conference aims to provide a platform for industry and academia to share their thoughts on latest innovations, challenges and trends on diverse themes. The themes of ICON have always been contemporary and divergent. The conference is marked by talks by experts and plenary sessions where delegates from industry and academia present papers on various tracks.
International Case Conclave
The efficacy of case study, as a pedagogical tool is well established in Management education. Case studies simulate real life business situations, thereby helping learners to understand business problems and the importance of decision making. They provide us with the best of opportunities for the application of concepts under various disciplines.
Management Development Programme
School of Management, GD Goenka University is a center of excellence for executive education. The university has world-class infrastructure consisting of modern classrooms fitted with the latest audio-visual aids, a computer center, a state of the art library resource center, an auditorium. Management Development Programmes (MDP) provide participants.
Faculty Development Program
A career in academics entails far beyond teaching. Being an academician is a very good job. The freedom to think creatively and learn is priceless. As a tenured member of the organization, academicians are expected to perform many a community services at the department, college and university levels. In view of this, faculties must attend and conduct Faculty Development Programmes.