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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.
1.  It is compulsory for all students to attend the pre placement talk in their respective specialization.
2.  Students must be formally dressed during the placement process.
The dress code for male students: Formal trousers, formal shirts with tie, blazer and shoes.
The dress code for female students: Western formals with blazer.
3.  Students who want to opt out of the placement process must inform the institute at earliest in writing.
4.  Students who want to join their family business should inform the placement cell / institute in writing.
5.  Students who have already received an offer must inform the institute in writing about the same at the earliest.
6.  Once a student submits his /her CV, he/she is part of the placement process and he/she must attend all shortlisting procedure of the final placement.
7.  When the company shortlists particular student, he must appear for the final interview and accept that company’s offer, in case of selection.
8.  Students must accept the place of posting as offered by the prospective employer.
9.  During the placement process, the students are not allowed to reject appearing for any of the selection processes. In case of any deviation on this point, the student’s candidature will be immediately taken out of the placement process.
Once a formal offer is given by the recruiting company, the student must accept the offer and join the company as per date of joining specified in the offer letter.
10.  Those who have received a CTC of less than Rs. 3,00,000/- should join the organization. They can continue to search for better opportunities. The institute would try to support in finding the same.
11.  All students who have received / accepted an offer must submit a photocopy of the offer letter to the placement cell.
12.  In case of violation of any placement rule the results of Semester IV, mark sheet and degree certificate of the student will be withheld by the institute.
13.  SRBS expects its students to serve the organization which offered them placement for a minimum period of one year from the date of joining.
14.  Any grievance or clarification related to the offer should be immediately brought to the notice of the placement cell. In case of any disagreement the Director’s decision will remain final and binding.

  • 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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