Management Education Professional
Jayanta K. Nanda, M.Com. MBA, Ph.D., D.Litt.
Former Professor & Dean,
Dr. P.C.Mahalanabish School of Management, West Bengal, India.
Former Reader/Associate Professor in Commerce,
Department of Higher Education, Government of Orissa, India.
Address for Correspondence:
J.K. Nanda, 16, Sheila Mansion, Ratha Road, Bhubaneswar – 751002, Odisha, India. Phone: +91-674-2438011,
M: +91-9437442837, E-mail: JayantaNanda@gmail.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Objective: seeking opportunity to become a global academician for teaching, research and
academic administration in the field of management education and enjoy multicultural experience.
# Awarded post doctoral research degree, Doctor in Literature (D.Litt.) in Business Administration from Utkal
University, Odisha, India on "The Idea and Ideation of Progress and Pattern in the Pluralistic World of
Management: Untying and Retying for the Ultimate Prototyping" on November 16, 2007. # Awarded Doctor of
Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Commerce from Utkal University, Odisha, India on “Interface Between Development
Finance and Industrial Development” on June 3, 1992. # Awarded Master in Commerce (M. Com.), a
postgraduate degree programme by scoring 55.3% marks from Utkal University, Odisha, India in 1976. #
Awarded MBA by the College Of Management, Mumbai, India through distance education on December 31,
2001 with „A‟ grade and the thesis was on “Growth and Development of Management Thought in Modern Era:
A Study of Refinement, Extension and Synthesis”. # Awarded Bachelor in Commerce (B.Com.), a graduate
degree programme, from Utkal University, Odisha, India in 1972. # Awarded DCA (Diploma in Computer
Application) by Indian Education Centre, Odisha, India in the year 1996.
(1) Awarded Certificate in the University Grants Commission (UGC) sponsored Refresher course in “Risk
Management” held in the Academic Staff College, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India from 9th
. Feb. to 2nd
March 2004. (2) Awarded Certificate in the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) sponsored
training course on "Effective Communication: Theory and Application", held in the Indian Institute of
Technology (IIT), Kanpur, India from 6th
July to 11th
July 1998. (3) Awarded Certificate in the University
Grants Commission (UGC) sponsored Refresher course in "Management" held in the Academic Staff College,
Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla, India from 1st
April to 20th
April 1996. (4) Awarded Certificate in the
University Grants Commission (UGC) sponsored Refresher course in "Commercial Mathematics and
Quantitative Technique" held in the Post Graduate Department of Commerce of Berhampur University, Orissa,
India from 24th
May to 13th
June 1982. (5) Selected as "Associate" of Inter University Centre for humanities and
Social Sciences of Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Rashtrapati Nivas, Shimla, India from 2nd
August to 29th
August 2002. (6) Awarded certificates for participation in various workshops, seminars and conferences in the
field of management.
English is the only language that is being used in my profession. As to my background, I have joined as a
Lecturer in Commerce by the Department of Higher Education, Government of Odisha, India on December 8,
1977 and having 33+ years experience of teaching, research and academic administration in the field of
Commerce and Management in various reputed government colleges like Ravenshaw College, now University for
20 yrs and others of Odisha. I was Reader/Associate Professor in Commerce (Professorship was already due as
per UGC and in government jobs you get whatever due to you but you never know, when) and retired on 31st
March 2011 at the age of 58 (65 by UGC of India), which is the retirement age of Government of Odisha. After
my retirement on 31st
March, 2011, I was busy for discharging my social responsibility which was completed in January
2013. In between I have given guest lectures, visiting professor for MBA and was also Professor and Dean of Dr.
P.C.Mahalanabish School of Management, West Bengal, which I left as I didn‟t like the environment. Two of my
scholars are already awarded Ph.D. in Business Administration from Utkal University, Odisha, India. For a
short period, I have also served as Head of the Department of Business Management & Foreign Languages in
Singapore Informatics and Business Management Education Ltd. at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. I was also the
Coordinator of Integrated Masters in Business Management (IMBA) course and Masters in Finance & Control
(MFC) course of B.J.B.College, Utkal University, India. Even in 2013, David Joyce, an international presenter
of UK has used some portions of my book 'Management Thought', and Enrique Suarez
(www.wix.com/suarezenrique/delta) of US also appreciated my profile (http://in.linkedin.com/in/jayantananda)
and we both may work. I‟m a regular reader of enews of Strategy+Business from Harvard and MIT Sloan
Management Review apart from other journals. I always use current news in the context of the subjects I teach.
As I‟m bit workaholic type, I can devote maximum time for the betterment of the institute and it‟s better to
spend my retired life at different places of India or abroad as I‟m quite interested in multicultural experience
also. Physically I‟m as fit as any late forties and I enjoy relocation.
# As on January 2006, first academician from Asia (Based on using search websites) to write a book,
„Management Thought‟ (ISBN-81-7625-623-4) based on management thought, thinkers and present day
management wizards. Even in 2013, David Joyce, an international presenter of UK has used some portions of
# As on November 16, 2007, first academician from the Department of Higher Education of Government of
Odisha, India to be awarded D.Litt. in Business Administration.
# Awarded „Best Participant‟ in the Refresher course in "Management" held in the Academic Staff College,
Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla, India in the year 1996.
# Awarded "Fellow" by the Institute of Management and Marketing Studies, Orissa, India in the year 1989.
# Awarded „Order of Merit‟ for Management by Indian Council of Management Executives, Mumbai, India in
the year 1999.
International Experience: # Academically associated with Virtual University, USA for preparation of course
and study materials of „Strategic Management‟. # For a short period, I have also served as Academic Head of
the Department of Foreign Language & Business Management Centre of Singapore Informatics and Business
Management Education Ltd. (SIBME), at Ho Chi Minh City of Vietnam
Courses Taught: # Level: Graduation with Honours Level-Bachelor In Commerce. (B.Com.)/Courses:
Business Management, Marketing Management, Human Resource Management, Entrepreneurship and
Others./# Level: Post Graduation Level- Master in Commerce (M.Com.)/Courses: Principles and Practice of
Management, Strategic Management, Marketing Management, Organizational Behaviour, Financial
Management, Corporation Finance, Managerial Economics and Others./# Level: Post Graduation Level- Master
in Business Administration / Courses: Management functions and Behaviour, Financial Management, Strategic
Management, International Management Marketing Management, International Marketing and Others./# Level:
Post Graduation Level- Master in Computer Application/ Course: Organizational Behavior./# Research Level-
Master in Philosophy (M.Phil.) / Courses: Research Methodology and Others.
Pre-Doctoral: # Carried out research for the Ph.D. degree funded by UGC, India on "Interface between
Development Finance and Industrial Development" and awarded Ph.D. from Utkal University, Orissa, India on
June 3, 1992. # engaged in various research activities since 1982.
Post-Doctoral: Completed my post-doctoral research leading to the award of Doctor in Literature (D.Litt.) in
Business Administration partly funded by ICSSR, India on "The Idea and Ideation of Progress and Pattern in
the Pluralistic World of Management: Untying and Retying for the Ultimate Prototyping” from Utkal
University, Orissa, India and D.Litt. was awarded on November 16, 2007.
Guidance: Guiding Research scholars: (1) „The Impact of Foreign Direct Investments on Developing Countries
with special reference to India‟ (Ph.D. in Business Administration is awarded to G. Anand Rao in 2007). (2)
„Some Aspects of industrial Development in Backward areas with special reference to Orissa State‟ (Ph.D. in
Business Administration is awarded to Santosh Kumar Biswal in 2007). (3) „Problems and Prospects of Joint
sector projects in Orissa‟. (On going research for Ph.D. by Padmakanta Mishra). (4) Guiding students for the
M.Phil. Dissertation. Already guided 9 students. (5) Project Supervisor of MBA programme in Indira Gandhi
National Open University (IGNOU). Already supervised 15 students and Project Supervisor of around 300
students of B.Com.(H) during my stay in B.J.B.(A) College, Bhubaneswar.
Other Academic Experience:
Fellow of International Professors Project/Chairman, Board of Examiners of Research, Utkal University,
India/Coordinator of Five year Integrated MBA (IMBA) programme and Master in Finance and Control (MFC)
programme of B.J.B.College, Utkal University, India./Preparation of case studies/Preparation of course
materials/Course coordination/Course structuring and restructuring / Played active role at faculty
meetings/Served as Counselor and Evaluator of MBA programme of Indira Gandhi National Open University
(IGNOU)./Served as Professor in Charge of „Students Information Bureau‟ of Ravenshaw College. The
responsibility calls for career counseling, placement and organization of national, inter departmental and inter
college seminars and other activities./Question setter and Examiner of University Examinations.
Assistant coordinator of Ravenshaw College Study Centre of Indira Gandhi National Open University
(IGNOU)/Served in the 'placement cell' of Master in Computer Application Department, Ravenshaw College,
Orissa, India/Nominated by the Government of Orissa, India as an expert member on the committee constituted
to select candidates for engagement as Resource Persons on contract basis in Engineering Schools and
Polytechnics of the state / Served as N.S.S. Officer in the year 1982/Served as Superintendent of Hostels since
1995. Served as Superintendent of New P.G. Hostel in Ravenshaw College Campus having 230 boarders up to
April 2004 / Organizing various seminars and conferences /Served as the Zone Officer of University Valuation
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Case Studies, Brain Storming, Group Discussion, Role Plays, Business Games,
Projects, Individual and Group presentations, Assignment, Quiz, and Seminars etc.
Teaching Aids: LCD, OHP and Other Methods.
MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet and interested to take lessons on C, C++ and Java.
1. Pros and Cons of the Japanese Management. (Published in 'The Journal of Business Studies', Vol. 1, No. 1,
1992). 2. Supply Chain Management: A Conceptual Look. (Published in Journal of Business Studies, Vol. 5,
No. 1, 2005). 3. Customer Relationship Management: No Way Without it. (Published in Journal of Business
Studies, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2005). 4. Knowledge Management: The Need of the New World of Business. (Paper was
presented in the International Seminar on ' Perspectives for Millennium Corporate Restructuring' at Utkal
University, India on 9th. & 10th. March 2002 and published in Ravenshaw Journal of Business Studies, Vol. 5,
No. 1, 2002). 5. Mission Management: A Global View.(Published in 'the Journal of Business Studies', Vol. IV,
Issue IV, 1998-99). 6. A Critical Analysis of the HRM Scenario of Orissa State in India.(This paper was sent for
presentation at the National Seminar on 'Human Resource Development -Its Present and Future Trends' at
Technical Teachers Training Institute, Chennai, India on March 1 & 2, 2001). 7. Management, Rural Workers,
Integrated Rural Development Programme. (The paper sent for presentation at the International Seminar on
'Social Sciences and the Development of Society' in the Kuwait University from April 10-12-2001). 8. Strategic
Management in Global Marketing. (Presented the paper in the inter-college Seminar held at Ravenshaw
College, India, 2003). 9. Local Participation and Rural Development. (Published in 'Orissa Review', Vol.
XLVII, No. 1, August 1990). 10. On Business Wealth.(Published in 'Marketman', Vol.I, June-December 1992).
11. How best to Cope with policy problems in Energy production and use? (Published in The journal of
Business Studies, Vol.3, Issue-1, 1995). 12. Evaluation of Development Projects - A study of World Bank.
(Published in The journal of Business Studies, Vol.3, Issue-1, 1995). 13. Growth of Development Financing
Institutions in the World: Looking Back. (Published in 'The Journal of Business Studies', Vol. IV, Issue IV,
1998-99). 14. Changing Role and Responsibilities of Teachers in Higher Education for the Twenty First
Century. (This paper was presented at the National Seminar on The Changing Scenario of Higher Education:
Coping with the Challenges at Ravenshaw College, India on 3-4 March 2003). 15. Managing the problems of
social change caused by technological advance. (Published in the Silver Jubilee publication of S.C.S. (A)
College, Faculty of Commerce on March 23, 1995). 16. Pros and Cons of the On-Line Teaching.
1. Management Thought (ISBN-81-7625-623-4), Published by Sarup & Sons, New Delhi, India, 2006.
2. Development Finance (ISBN-81-7625-254-9), Published by Sarup & Sons, New Delhi, India, 2001.
3. Industrial Development (ISBN-81-7625-253-0) Published by Sarup & Sons, New Delhi, India, 2001.
Institute of Public Administration / Academy of International Business / European Association for International
Education / Indian Science Congress Association / Indo-American Centre for International Studies / Forum of
Free Enterprises / Indian Commerce Association / Council for Tribal and Rural Development / National
Organization for Family and Population Welfare / India-Japan Friendship & Cultural Relations Society / Orissa
(1) Prof. P.C.Tripathy, Ph.D., Former Vice Chancellor, Sambalpur University, Orissa, India. 278, Kanan Vihar,
Phase II,, Bhubaneswar – 751024, Orissa, India. E-mail: email@example.com, Ph: + 91-674-2725573 and
3247203. (2) Prof. Damodar Biswal, Ph.D., Director (Retd), Academic Staff College, Utkal University,
Bhubaneswra-751004, Orissa, India. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Ph: +91-671-2444366, Cell: +91-
9437964766. (3) Prof. R.K.Kar, Ph.D., Former Principal, Ravenshaw College (now Ravenshaw University),
House No-9, Annapurna Residential Complex, Shelter Chaka, Cuttack-753001, Orissa, India. E-mail:
email@example.com, Ph: +91-671-2363488, Cell: +91-9337253942. (4) Mr. S.K.Nair, General Director,
Singapore Informatics and Business Management Education Ltd.664 Su Van Han St., Ward-12, District-10,, Ho
Chi Minh City, Vietnam. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPh: (84 8) 862 9162, Fax: (84 8) 862 9163
(1) Nationality: Indian (2) Gender: Male (3) Marital Status: Married (4) Date of Birth: March 10, 1953.
This is to certify that the information given above is correct to this best of my knowledge and belief.
(Jayanta K. Nanda)
Some Course Plans
Strategic Management: Lesson Plan
The focus of the Strategic Management course is on how to develop effective business corporate strategies and how to
implement these strategies in an organizational context. It analyses factors going into formulation of enterprise strategy by
drawing our attention to the determination of long term objectives and goals through identification of opportunities and
threats in the environment, critical appraisal of resources within an enterprise and the personal goals and aspirations of
managers. This strategic intent must be supported by appropriate resource commitment so as to build and strengthen
source of competitive advantage. Thirdly, this long-term strategic orientation must be counter balanced with a set of
management processes that create flexibility and entrepreneurship, so that the organization can not only cope with
increasing environment volatility, but can engineer and exploit changes to its own advantage. Finally, the management
must build the multi dimensional organizational capability that is required to cope with the ambiguity and complexity that
is generated by its own efforts to achieve diverse and often conflicting goals simultaneously with emphasis on Innovation
strategy; Innovation and Enterprise Growth; Competitive strategy; Corporate re-structuring & transformation;
Competitive strategy; Corporate re-structuring & transformation; Corporate governance; International management;
International Business: Lesson Plan
The field of international business, as an academic discipline, is broad and diffuse. That there are divergent views on what
a course in international business should contain is amply borne by a cursory glance at the various books on the subject.
Broadly speaking, there seem to be two strands of thought: one emphasizes the international trade and investment
theories, international economics, international environment and its scanning, international or multilateral institutions,
etc.; the other strand concentrates on managerial, strategic and operational issues in managing international business. In
designing the course, I realized that some understanding of international economic environment, trade and investment
theories and global institutions is necessary to serve as a background for the formulation of business plans. The major
focus of the course however is on managerial issues and decision-making, tools of international management and conflict
resolution and management practices of multinational corporations.
Marketing Management: Lesson Plan
This Lesson Plan is based on the theory behind the worlds of marketing and management, such as the 5P‟s standing for
product, people, price, place and promotion.
International Marketing: Lesson Plan
The phenomena of globalization which has progressed from buzzword to reality emphasis had been laid down on the
multinational corporations as well as on the transnational corporations. This course has been prepared in response to the
continuous rapid changes in international marketing and the new challenges that are arising, including increased coverage
of cultural differences, logistics, supply chain management, retailing and the impact of internet on international marketing
General Management: Lesson Plan
This module provides you with a solid theoretical and practical knowledge about the fundamentals of management and its
past, present and future
Entrepreneurship: Lesson Plan
The twenty-first century has dawned with entrepreneurship as a major force shaping the global economy. The future
growth of this economy lies in the hands of men and women committed to achieving success through innovative
customer-focused new products and services. At the heart of this global movement are entrepreneurs who demonstrate
their willingness to assume the risks associated with creating new business ventures. Those who possess the spirit of
entrepreneurial leadership have led, and will continue to lead, the economic revolution that has proved repeatedly to raise
the standard of living for people everywhere. This course introduces you to the processes of new venture creation and the
critical knowledge you need to manage your business once it is formed with emphasis on Innovation strategy; Innovation
and Enterprise Growth.
Human Resource Management (HRM): Lesson Plan
This Lesson Plan is to present a comprehensive treatment of concepts, principles, functions and techniques of human
resource management in the context of the socio-economic, technological and political-legal environment of modern
Business Communication: Lesson Plan
This module provides you with a solid theoretical and practical knowledge Communication foundation based on
communication at work; communicating in teams; communicating across culture, the writing process, business
correspondence, reports and proposals with a thrust on diversity and multiculturalism, ethics and technology.
Jayanta K. Nanda
A Plan for Higher Education Industry: J.K.Nanda
Acts as the chief academic officer, operating with shared supervision from the President, Executive Committee, and
members of the Central Staff. / Responsible for the overall administration, coordination, and development of instructional
policies, programs, personnel and facilities./ Responsible for creating and sustaining an environment of academic and
professional excellence for students and faculty and a collaborative working environment with educational team
members./ Responsible creating environment which is conducive to innovation, positive thinking and expansion.
1. Leadership and Vision: (a) Develop and maintain a vision for educational growth of the Institution.(b) Develop a
Strategic Plan for the Academic Affairs Department.(c) Participate as a member of the College‟s Executive
Committee.(d) Build a strong, cohesive academic management team.(e) Encourage and promote professional staff
development.(f) Evaluate relevancy and viability of curriculum in collaboration with faculty and appropriate
offices.(g) Nurture positive faculty relations.(h) Provide leadership in assessing student academic achievement.(i) Provide
leadership to improve academic achievement, persistence and attainment of academic goals.(j) Provide leadership and
ensure a sense of community for the students, faculty and staff within Academic Affairs.
2. Curriculum Development: (a) Administer all academic programs to provide quality education with overall
consistency to meet the needs of the marketplace. (b) Oversee the Program Review Committees for the
development/revision and/or implemental of all curricula.(c) Assume responsibility for administration, coordination and
development of the professional degree curriculum.(d) Ensure any technology associated with course delivery is available
accurately and timely for class starts, up to and including proper selection of the approved text.(e) Assures the primary
space, rooms, technology and furniture are ready for all class starts.(f) Oversees ongoing assessment process for
Academic Affairs. Includes assuring course syllabi clearly articulate student learning and professional development
outcomes that can be achieved and measured in both qualitative and qualitative form.
3. Student Persistence and Completion: (a) Guide the Student Success Committee for overall improvement of
persistence.(b) Coordinate with the Director of Career Services and network with industry professionals to discuss new
developments and trends and to obtain feedback on curriculum efforts.(c) Coordinate and facilitate persistence efforts on
campus, maintaining records and monitoring Standards of Academic Progress.(d) Provide leadership to faculty on
persistence issues, noting trends and helping to create, implement and support initiatives to provide appropriate academic
support to gaps noted in challenging trends.(e) Address special student concerns that are not addressed at the instructional
or departmental level.(f) In conjunction with appropriate academic personnel, supervise externship program, ensuring all
students are appropriately and timely placed.
4. Compliance with System Rules, State Regulations and Accrediting Criteria: (a) In partnership with the President,
coordinate general compliance of the Institute‟s academic practices with national, state, regional and programmatic
relationships.(b) Coordinate with the Senior Director of Admissions to set and maintain admissions (new enrollment and
re-entry) standards and the process.(c) Ensure appropriate accrediting criteria and requirements are maintained both
institutionally and programmatically.
5. Faculty and Staff Development: (a) Supervise, develop and evaluate all academic managers and/or faculty. (b) Guide
the academic management staff in hiring and developing appropriately qualified and credentialed faculty and staff
members.(c) Create and enforce the systems, policies and procedures in order to ensure academic
consistency.(d) Continually improve the faculty and academic staff orientation, training and development activities to
promote a culture of learning.(e) Work closely with Associate Dean, Deans and Department Chairs to meet management
expectations and targets while remaining activity involved in standing school committees.(f) Coordinate faculty hiring
process well in advance of class starts.(g) Represent academic staffing needs to President.
6. Fiscal Responsibilities: (a) Guide the academic management team in the preparation and implementation of the
budgeting process.(b) Finalize annual budgeting for Academic Affairs Department.(c) Make necessary changes to ensure
fiscal health of Academic Affairs and achievement of strategic objectives.(d) Meet the targets of all key metrics assigned
to the Academic Affairs Department.(e) With the President, partner with the Registrar in finalizing the scheduling process
for maximizing efficiencies while maintain academic outcomes.
7. Community Responsibilities: (a) Develop academic articulation relationships with other institutions. (b) Enhance
externship opportunities within the community by maintaining a quality academic presence. (c) Elevate the visibility and
image of the campus in the community. (d) Assures Academic Department representation for campus and community
events.(e) Provide support to the college and community relation activities that encourage community relationships, field
trips, guest speakers, and externship site development.(f) Assist growth of academic programs by executing strategic
initiatives that leverage current industry trends, improve the quality of the student experience, and expand program reach.
8. Other responsibilities as required.
-Jayanta K Nanda