The alumni of Sheila Raheja School of Business Management & Research (SRBS) have made their alma mater proud by proving themselves as successful professionals in Fortune Global 500 companies such as Accenture, Colgate-Palmolive, HSBC, and among others, Indian multinational companies such as Axis Bank, ICICI Bank, JM Financial and many more.

Sheila Raheja School of Business Management & Research believes in establishing a strong relationship between its alumni and students. The Placement Cell of SRBS plays a pivotal role in establishing this relationship by facilitating interactions among them and encouraging more engagements.

Alumni get involved in student development activities by guiding our current students towards forging a successful career. Also, our alumni visit the campus regularly and eagerly get involved in formal and informal interactions with the students helping them acclimatise to the program and environment that SRBS offers, mentoring them, and providing them insights into the corporate world. They also give input for possible changes in the curriculum to our faculty members. Our alumni, who are now industry professionals, have been invited as external examiners to conduct the viva-voce of the students wherein they use this opportunity to guide students on their project report. Our alumni regularly provide recruitment leads for the placements of our current students in the industry and many times recruit the students for the companies they work for.

The Institute organises an ‘Alumni Meet’ every year for our alumni by inviting them to the Institute to reminisce about the old times they spent on campus with their batch mates. The current year students organise cultural performances for them which are followed by DJ dance and dinner for all.



Understanding the need to have a formal structure for the alumni-student-faculty-institute relationship, a group of enthusiastic alumni and students, along with faculty members, came together to form an alumni association and register it under The Societies Registration Act, 1860. The Institute gladly extended its complete support and identified a space on the campus to facilitate infrastructural support for the Sheila Raheja School of Business Management and Research Alumni Association.