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RANKED Amongst INDIA'S BEST B-SCHOOLS 2018 by BUSINESS TODAY   |   RECOGNISED by Higher Education Review - Management College of the Year 2016 in the ‘Innovative Leadership’ Category.   |   RANKED by Business Today - Amongst India’s Best B-schools and in the Top 100 Return on Investment, 2016.   |   RATED by Business India - A+ in the Best B-Schools Survey, 2016.   |   GRADED B+ in the B-School Survey, 2017 and featured in the TOP 8 ' Emerging Management Colleges (All-India) ' by CHRONICLE   |   FEATURED by Higher Education Review -Amongst Top 20 Emerging B-Schools in Beyond IIM’s B-School Survey, 2017.   |   RANKED by Business Standard-B2 in the B-School Survey, 2017.

Rules for Discipline
» Students must display their Identity Cards in person within the Campus.
» Formal Dress Code must be adhered to on all working days.
» Students should be well-groomed and exhibit good ethical and moral values.
» Students must attend lectures/tutorials/seminars/workshops in accordance with the timetable. Any absenteeism from lectures/tutorials/seminars/workshops needs the prior permission of the Director.
» Midterm Tests/Examinations are compulsory. The B-School reserves its right to take action as per rules against defaulters.
» Medical leave, on the recommendation of a Doctor, will be considered as per norms.
» General code of conduct and norms of rational behavior is are binding on one and all.
» Discipline and Decorum must be maintained in the Campus.
» Silence must be maintained within the precincts of the Campus.
» Students must switch off their Mobile phones during working hours. In case any student is found using the Mobile phone in restricted areas he/she will be penalized.
» Smoking/Use of Tobacco/Gutkha/Alcohol etc. are strictly prohibited and liable to punitive action.
» Students should not damage or destroy the Property of the B-School. Any Act which causes destruction or defacing of the property of the B-School will be liable to strict disciplinary action.
» Students are solely and wholly responsible for all their personal belongings.
Rules of Examinations
» Attendance is compulsory in accordance with the latest Circular No. UG/01 of 0.6086 dated May 05, 2014 by the University of Mumbai.
» Possession of any Electronic Gadgets in the Examination Hall is strictly prohibited.
» Use of Unfair Means tantamount to misconduct and shall be severely dealt with as per the guidelines of the University of Mumbai.
Rules for the Use of Notice Boards
» Students are expected to be acquainted with all Notices displayed on the B-School’s Notice Boards regularly.
» Notices can be displayed on the Notice Boards only with the prior permission of the Director.
Rules for Computer Laboratory Usage
» The timings for Computer Usage are from 8.00 am to 6.00 pm on all working days.
» Users are strictly warned not to tamper with the Standard Licensed Software Packages that are installed in the Computer Systems.
» Users are not permitted to install any Software on their own.
» Computers must be used for Academic purposes only.
» Users must refrain from using the Computer facilities for any malicious/illegal acts.
» Users must note that the data stored in these Computers are subject to deletion without prior notice.
» Users are solely and wholly responsible for their own personal belongings and equipments.
» Students are requested to Shut down the computer when not in use.
Rules for Library
» Library Timings are from 8.00 am to 6.00 pm on all working days. Reprographic facility is provided in the Library.
Policy for Issue
Materials Home Issues Period of Issue Penalty
Books 2 8 days Please Refer Fine & Penalty Policy
Journal 1 Back issue 2 days 25/day
Reference Material 1 3 hrs. (Within Campus) 25/day
Audio/ Video CD 1 3 hrs. (Within Campus) 25/day
Audio / Video/ CD's will be made available as per set procedures.
Overdue Charges
If overdue penalties are outstanding, the right to borrow material may be withdrawn till such time as the penalties are paid.
A book can be renewed only if it has not been reserved.
Any book which has been issued to another user can be reserved by placing a claim.
Loss/Damage of Books/Periodicals/CD’s any other loss of Library material must be immediately reported to the Librarian/Assistant Librarian. The member must arrange to replace the lost material with the latest material with latest edition available or else he/she must pay the market price of the lost material.
Right to Information Act - 2005
As per the above Act, following are the Appellate Authority and Information Officers at Sheila Raheja School of Business Management & Research (SRBS).
Appellate Authority Information Officer
Dr. Vijay Wagh Mrs. Geeta Chauhan
Students Grievance Redressal Committee
Sheila Raheja School of Business Management & Research (SRBS) has formed a Grievance Redressal Committee as per the Notification of AICTE dated May 25, 2012 in order to provide a mechanism to students for Redressal of their grievances.
Sr. No. Name of the Committee Member Designation
1 Dr. Harish Kumar S. Purohit Director – Parle Tilak Vidyalaya Association’s Institute of Management
2 Dr. Jayashree Bhakay Director – Chetana’s Ramprasad Khandelwal Institute of Management & Research
3 Dr. Vijay. V. Dabholkar Principal – Guru Nanak College of Arts, Science and Commerce
4 Dr. S. S. Kulkarni Professor – Vivekanand Education Society’s Institute of Management Studies & Research
5 Dr. Vijetha S. Shetty Associate Professor – Valia C. L. College of Commerce and Arts
Anti – Ragging Act
In accordance with the directions of the Hon’ble Supreme Court vide SLP No. 24295 of 2006 dated May 16, 2007 and in Civil Appeal Number 887 of 2009 dated May 08, 2009 Sheila Raheja School of Business Management & Research (SRBS) has formed an Anti – Ragging Committee/Mentoring Cell/Anti-Ragging Squad as per Regulations 2009 of AICTE for Prevention and Prohibition of Ragging in Technical Institutions. As per the provision of the Act Ragging within or outside of any educational institution is prohibited.
Anti-Ragging Committee of Sheila Raheja School of Business Management & Research (SRBS)
Sr.No. Name of Committee Member Designation
1 Dr. Vijay Wagh Head of the Institution
2 Mr. Narayan Madane Representative of Civil Administration
3 Mr. Duncan Claude Wilson Representative of Police Administration
4 Mr. Vidyadhar Date Representative of Local Media
5 Ms. Brinda Upadhyaya Representative of Non-Governmental Organization
6 Ms. Jyoti Dixit,

Ms. Ritu Chakraborty
Representative of Faculty Member
7 Mr. Jaganath Nikam Representative of Parents belonging to Fresher’s Category
8 Mr. Laxminarayan Khinchi Representative of Parents belonging to Senior Students
9 Ms. Geeta Chauhan Representative of Non-teaching Staff
10 Mr. Nihal Darji,

Ms. Khushboo Meshri
Representative of Students belonging to Fresher’s Category
11 Mr. Anuj Birla,

Ms. Pooja Sankhe
Representative of Students belonging to Senior Students
Action against Ragging
The Anti-Ragging Committee of our B-School shall take an appropriate decision, with regard to punishment or otherwise depending on the facts of each incident of ragging and nature and gravity of the incident of ragging. Possible punishment for those found guilty of ragging shall be any one or any combination of the following:-
1 Cancellation of Admission.
2 Suspension from attending classes.
3 Withholding/withdrawing of scholarship/fellowship and other benefits.
4 Debarring from appearing in any test/examination or other evaluation process.
5 Withholding results.
6 Debarring from representing the institution in any regional, national or international meet, tournament, youth festival etc.
7 Suspension/expulsion from the hostel.
8 Rustication from the institution for period ranging from 1 to 4 semesters.
9 Expulsion from the institution and consequent debarring from admission to any other institution.
10 Collective Punishment: When the persons committing or abetting the crime of ragging are not identified, the institution shall resort to collective punishment as a deterrent to ensure Community pressure on the potential raggers.
Anti-Capitation Fee Act
As per the Maharashtra Education Institution (Provision of Capitation Fees), Act 1987, Sheila Raheja School of Business Management & Research (SRBS) shall charge Tuition Fees from students as per the directions of the Fees Regulating Authority.
Internal Complaint Committee
As per the directions of the Vice – Chancellor under Section.14 (8) of the Maharashtra Universities Act, 1994 Sheila Raheja School of Business Management & Research (SRBS) has constituted a College Women Development Cell (CWDC) to deal with complaints/cases of Sexual harassment in particular in relation to the B-School as under:
Sr.No. Name of Committee Member Designation
1 Ms. Geeta Chauhan Presiding Officer
2 Ms. Ritu Bhattacharya Teaching Member
3 Ms. Jyoti Dixit Teaching Member
4 Ms. Mukta Naik Non-Teaching Member
5 Ms. Vipula Kulkarni Non-Teaching Member
6 Ms. Bharati Kakad NGO Member
7 Ms. Vidhee Shukla Student Member
8 Ms. Riya Patil Student Member
9 Ms. Puneet Kaur Chadha Student Member
Rules of Admission/Allotment of Seats
The Admission to the MMS course is centralized and is covered under Centralized Admission Process (CAP) carried out by the Competent Authority of the State of Maharashtra as per the Regulations of the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi.
All aspiring candidates are supposed to refer to the Information Brochure provided by the Directorate of Technical Education State of Maharashtra, Mumbai for Admission for the Two Years Full time Post Graduate Degree Programme for Academic Year 2018-2019.
Fees Refund Policy
Sheila Raheja School of Business Management & Research (SRBS) shall follow the Refund policy for Fees as per norms laid down by the Directorate of Technical Education, Government of Maharashtra.
a Candidates belonging to the Reserved Category enrolled through CAP Round shall be eligible for scholarship scheme provided by the social Welfare Department.
b Candidates belonging to Minority Community can avail of the State/Central Scholarship provided by Government of Maharashtra/Union Territory for pursuing Professional & Technical Education.
Facilities for Physically Handicapped Students:
Our B-School has Created Facilities for Physically Handicapped Students as per norms laid down by the competent authority.
SC/ST Committee
Sr.No. Name of the Committee Member Designation
1 Dr. Vijay Wagh Chairman
2 Dr. Rajesh Chouksey Member
3 Mrs. Geeta Chauhan Member
4 Dr. Yogesh Ingle Coordinator
5 Mr. Vikas Pande Member

  • Dr. Mukesh Goyal, Professor at SRBS attended 2-day workshop organized by CII and WeSchool on the subject “Academic Leadership-Changing Paradigms”. Dr. Jagdish Seth, a renowned Management Guru and Professor at Emory University lead the workshop.

    The theme of the workshop includes three following broad areas.
    1. Working through Constraints.
    2. Working with Multiple Stakeholders.
    3. Innovating for the Future.

    The workshop had a fine combination of thought sharing by eminent speakers from academia as well as Industry besides group discussions among the participants and presentations.

    About 48 Principals and Directors from various colleges including Management, Engineering, Pharmacy, Senior colleges and schools participated in the conference.

  • Dr. Deborah L. Ford, Chancellor, University of Wisconsin- Parkside,USA, visited our B-school Campus on Thursday, January 4' 2018. She met the Management, Faculty Members & MMS students of the B-School.

  • Chancellor Ford spoke to MMS Semester II & Semester IV students. Her interactive session stressed upon "Reviewing Leadership Principles in Changing Times". The presentation focused on lessons in Leadership from across the world. The session was well attended by Students and Faculty Members.

  • Dr. Michele Gee, Associate Dean, University of Wisconsin - Parkside,USA, spoke on the topic " The Impact of Social Media on Cross Cultural Management & Workplace Diversity". She shared her experiences across more than 40 countries of the world. The changing dynamics in modern management was discussed with Management Students

  • Dr. Parag Dhumal, Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin- Parkside, USA, was present in the discussion with the Management and student interaction which followed.

  • Dr. Abey Kuruvilla, Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin - Parkside, also attended the meeting with the Management of SRBS, and interacted with MMS Students of the B-School.




  • Ms. Nirmala Mehendale, Former President, Bombay Management Association, and Director-Mind Movers Management Consultants, spoke to our MMS Students on the topic “Emotional Intelligence”. She shared her experiences, both as a practicing Manager & as a Human Resource Consultant. She impressed upon the B-School students to be aware about the challenges faced in every walk of life and also the role of Emotional Intelligence in being better prepared to deal with them.

  • Mr. Eric Mistry, Practicing Psychotherapist & Behavioral Trainer, gave his insights to the topic “Emotional Intelligence”. He shared his experiences and case studies to dwell with the topic. It was followed by a Question & Answer session.

  • The session was interactive and well attended by Students and Faculty Members on Thursday, October 26, 2017.

  • Sheila Raheja School of Business Management & Research (SRBS) is once again Ranked amongst India's Best B-Schools'2017 by Business Today in its October 2017 Special Issue.

  • 6 Students of SRBS & one Faculty Member attended the Thirteenth M.R.Pai Memorial Award function on Monday, August 21' 2017 at 5:30 P.M. at IMC Chamber of Commerce & Industry premises, Churchgate, Mumbai. Mr. A.P. Hota, MD & CEO, National Payment Corporation of India, was conferred the award. He spoke about his journey at RBI and the changes that he brought in. He shared his valuable insights with the students.

  • 12 Students and one Faculty Member of our B-school attended The Fourteenth Nani A. Palkhiwala Memorial Lecture on Tuesday, August 22, 2017 at 6 PM at Y.B. Chavan Centre Auditorium,Mumbai..The speaker, Mrs. Arundhati Bhattacharya, Chairman, State Bank of India, dwelt with the topic " How can Bank Mergers Lead to Stakeholder Value Creation'. The session was informative and well received by our students

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