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O.P. Jindal Global University is a non-profit global university established by the Haryana Private Universities (Second Amendment) Act, 2009. JGU
is established in memory of the Late Mr. O.P. Jindal as a philanthropic initiative of Mr. Naveen Jindal, the Founding Chancellor. The University Grants Commission has accorded its recognition to JGU.

The vision of JGU is to promote global courses, global programmes, global curriculum, global research, global collaborations, and global interaction through a global faculty.

The aspiration of JGU is to enable the State of Haryana, and India, to become a provider of international education and a leader in the transnational knowledge economy.

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  2. 2. Our mission is to prepare the business leaders of tomorrow for the responsible management andeffective stewardship of all our resources: human and natural; material and creative; social andeconomic.Our goal is to positively influence the practice of business, to compete fairly, and to collaborateclosely on a global scale and scope. We aim to create new knowledge and value in the professionof management through fundamental and applied research, and through free discussion in theclassroom with global business practitioners and scholars alike.
  3. 3. Table of Contents About O.P. Jindal Global University ............ 5 Message from the Vice Chancellor, JGU ..... 7 Message from the Vice Dean, JGBS ............. 9 Inspired Learning ........................................ 10 Why you should join JGBS ........................... 11 Academic Programmes ............................... 12 Curriculum Highlights ................................ 14India’s first Research Centres ......................................... 16 International Partners ................................. 19multi-disciplinary Amenities ..................................................... Student Affairs ............................................. 21 25 global Financial Assistance .................................... 27 Faculty ......................................................... 28 International Board of Advisors .................. 30 business school Applying to JGBS .......................................... 33 Closing Remarks .......................................... 34
  4. 4. JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL | 5 O. P. Jindal Global University O.P. Jindal Global University is a non-profit global university established by the Haryana Private Universities (Second Amendment) Act, 2009. JGU is established in memory of the Late Mr. O.P. Jindal as a philanthropic initiative of Mr. Naveen Jindal, the Founding Chancellor. The University Grants Commission has accorded its recognition to JGU. The vision of JGU is to promote global courses, global programmes, global curriculum, global research, global collaborations, and global interaction through a global faculty. The aspiration of JGU is to enable the State of Haryana, and India, to become a provider of international education and a leader in the transnational knowledge economy. The University maintains a 60-acre state-of-the-art residential campus, with a 1:15 faculty-student ratio. The faculty members have been recruited fromMr. Naveen Jindal, Chancellor, O. P. Jindal Global University (L) with Minister different parts of the world with outstanding academic qualifications andof State for Corporate Affairs, Mr. Salman Khursheed (R) at the International experience. The international educational background and experience ofConference on Globalisation in India and the USA: Law, Governance and Business, our faculty members augurs well for our inter-disciplinary approach towards organised by JGU and Yale University higher education. The interdisciplinary orientation has led to the establishment of three schools: the Law School, the Business School, and a School of International Affairs. There are plans for the launch of a fourth school - The School of Government and Public Policy. The objective of having multiple schools, staffed with eminent scholars, is to provide a seamless integration of knowledge across domains: a key step towards becoming a truly ‘Global Multi-Disciplinary University’
  5. 5. Global Public Lecture by Mr. Brooks Entwistle Managing Director andChief Executive Officer, Goldman Sachs (India) Securities Private Limited& Director, US - India Business Council
  6. 6. JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL | 7Vice Chancellor’s MessageI take great pleasure in welcoming you to O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU). Our vision is topromote global education across different disciplines. In addition to the Jindal Global BusinessSchool (JGBS), JGU has also established the Jindal Global Law School (JGLS) and the JindalSchool of International Affairs (JSIA).In the last year, JGU has witnessed remarkable developments relating to teaching, research andinstitution building. JGU has forged a number of international collaborations and has playeda pivotal role in organizing seminars, lectures, and conferences on major issues related to law,society and business. The establishment of JGBS is an important milestone in the history of JGU.The interconnectedness of the study of business and law and the opportunity of faculty fromJGLS and JGBS interacting with each other is a unique feature of education at JGU.The vision of JGBS is to promote multi-disciplinary global businesseducation with a view to creating knowledge and contributing tointeraction between academia, business and industry.The faculty and research centres of JGBS are engaged in research that will help address someof the major issues that are affecting the business world. Given the multi-faculty nature of JGUwith the three schools interacting with each other, there are great opportunities for students tobenefit. There are opportunities for student to cross register courses and participate in seminarson issues that have broader significance.I would encourage you to read this brochure. I sincerely hope that you visit our campus andinteract with our faculty to know more about our courses and programmes.Professor C. Raj KumarVice Chancellor, JGULL.B. (Delhi), B.C.L. (Rhodes Scholar, Oxford), LL.M. (Gammon Fellow, Harvard)
  7. 7. JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL | 9Vice Dean’s MessageWe are here to help you prepare to meet the global business and leadership challenges of tomorrow.We are a school with a ‘geocentric’ 21st century approach (as opposed to an ‘ethnocentric’ 20thcentury approach) to management education today. Much of the ‘knowledge creation’ at JGBStakes place in the classroom, through concentrated interaction between our faculty - who are well-grounded in both research and practice - and our graduate students who are refining, redefining,upgrading, and recreating their skills in management, careers, and professional lives.In today’s world where “you can Google knowledge”, you cannot “Google”good judgement, wisdom, creativity and innovation, leadership,communication skills, team-working abilities, or the values underlyingethical decision-making.Tolerance for ambiguity, embracing diversity of thought and culture - these are not learnt on theInternet. They are learnt through extensive practice and the application of sound principles thatrest on strong, tested, conceptual foundations. This is the kind of leader for tomorrow whom weare trying to prepare today at JGBS; where learning to lead in the right way at the right time inthe right place, is not a skill which is learned quickly and lightly through memory tests; wheregood teamwork is a skill acquired and developed through extensive practice and continuousimprovement throughout our two years’ intensive, rigorous MBA and MBL curriculum.Our students are consciously taught to take a global perspective in their management thinkingthrough their work with case studies and internationally experienced professors, in appliedresearch projects, and in their “Action Learning” programmes which are the capstones to theirdegree. These key learning components, reinforce and dovetail with their two-month internshipsat leading companies, upon completion of their core courses, and prior to final placement at theend of the second year.Professor Michael J. BarnesVice Dean, JGBSB.Sc. (Econ.) (London School of Economics and Political Science)MBA (Stanford University), DM (Case Western Reserve University)
  8. 8. 10 | JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL Inspired Learning Business education is witnessing a shift from conventional to innovative learning. Increasingly, students need to be trained in real life situations which enable them to effectively respond to business issues. In this scenario, there is an increasing emphasis on work experience prior to postgraduate studies, and sharing past knowledge to help chart a road map for the future of business. In addition, inter-cultural and cross-cultural understanding has become an important component in a global manager’s profile. Today’s business education, therefore, should enable students to: • Deal with issues and ideas that are important for business value creation and development • Develop skills and competencies that go beyond theoretical knowledge • Make their education relevant to the emerging global business paradigm. The objective of our post graduate programmes is to create not just excellent managers, but also to instill the spirit of entrepreneurship so that they can evolve into leaders and wealth creators in years to come. The Management programmes at JGBS are among the most rigorous in the country and are designed to give students a global management perspective through a unique pedagogy of learning and interaction among peers in a modular format. Activities like live projects, field assignments, and simulation games form an integral part of the programmes. The programmes incorporate industry internships with an in- depth dissertation requirement to achieve holistic learning and a comprehensive understanding of the contemporary business environment.
  9. 9. JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL | 11Why you should join JGBSMulti-disciplinaryThe curriculum isn’t just restricted to business management subjects. You canopt to take courses from the Law School and/or the School of InternationalAffairs as well.World-class FacultyJGU has faculty from the best schools in the world. It’s your chance to learnfrom the best in the business.Global CurriculumWith businesses crossing borders, you can’t afford to be left behind. That’swhy our programmes teach you best practices not just in India, but equips youwith the skills to work anywhere in the world.International CollaborationsSchool of Management at the University of Texas at Dallas and Kelley BusinessSchool at Indiana University are our partners in promoting global higher edu-cation. Action learning projects, student exchanges, internships, conferences,and research are all examples of how we collaborate.Career ManagementOur Placement Assistance Unit works consistently to ensure that when you areready to graduate, you have the job you want in the firm you like.
  10. 10. 12 | JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL Programmes Master of Business Administration (MBA) Our flagship programme, a full-time residential two-year MBA, focuses on “The Jindal Global Business School brings a refreshingly creating business leaders with a wide array of skills and knowledge relevant in contemporary perspective to the learning of managerial the business context of a geocentric 21st Century. and leadership skills that are highly relevant and required to effectively understand and address the challenges faced Corporate MBA by the emerging global economic order.” Uniquely designed for company-sponsored working professionals, students enrolling in this programme undertake first year courses alongside students of Professor Arie Reichel the two-year MBA programme. However, unlike the students of the two-year MBA programme who continue their residential programme in the second Dean, Guilford Glazer School of Business and year, the Corporate MBA students work on projects assigned to them by their Management sponsoring organizations, under the guidance of JGBS faculty members. Beer-Sheva, Israel
  11. 11. JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL | 13 Master of Business & Law (MBL) A programme for working executives, the MBL combines the interdisciplinary strengths of the Business School (JGBS) and the Law School (JGLS). It helps develop critical skills that empower the student to make decisions based on knowledge; appreciate the complexity of global civil society; and develop multiple perspectives to gain mastery of the economic, political, and social dimensions of Business and Law. The degree provides a comparative advantage to three constituencies:1) Business professionals who appreciate that a sound understanding of law is fundamental to their career advancement.2) Professionals in the legal domain who wish to gain a better understanding of the practice of good management – defined as planning, organizing, leading, and controlling.3) Experienced managers and professionals – for example in medicine and health care, public administration, the accountancy profession, actuaries, business journalists, engineers, and consultants – who wish to build stronger foundations in business and management whilst gaining an understanding of the key elements in law as it relates to business, in India as well as in the global context. The MBL is a 27-months weekends-only programme. Each weekend session comprises two classes per day of three hours each. Students are required to attend classes on two consecutive weekends each month at the state-of-the- art campus of O.P Jindal Global University at Sonipat, Haryana. The university arranges transport from New Delhi for these classes. The aim of a JGU education is to “ Imagine , Innovate and Integrate”. JGBS post-graduate programmes focus on developing a global perspective to business, management, and leadership, in the context of a multi-disciplinary global University combining the strengths of three professional schools. Professor D.K. Srivastava Pro Vice Chancellor (Academic), JGU; Vice Dean, JGLS M.A., LL.B., LL.M., (Banaras, India), Ph.D. (Monash, Australia)
  12. 12. 14 | JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL Curriculum Highlights: Master of Business Administration (MBA) Core Courses Electives*• Microeconomics • Strategy Formulation & Implementation • Modern Investments & Portfolio Management,• Macroeconomics • Entrepreneurship & Leadership • Behavioural Finance• Financial Accounting • Consumer Behaviour • Managing Telecom Enterprises• Global Principles of Management • Legal Aspects of Business • Quality Control & Reliability• Communications for Management • Strategic Human Resource Management • Advanced Logistics & Warehousing Management• Spreadsheet Applications in Management • Ethics in Business • Pricing• Quantitative Techniques • Global Supply Chain Management • Marketing of Financial Services• Cost Accounting • Project Management • Rural Marketing• Marketing Management • Enterprise Resource Planning & • Business-to-Business Marketing• Analytical Tools in Management Knowledge Management Systems • Digital Media Marketing,• Business & Society • Strategic Brand Management, • Retail Management• Operations Management • Sales & Distribution • Econometrics for Managers• Marketing Strategy Simulation • Integrated Marketing Communication • Fixed Income Securities,• Financial Management • Customer Relationship Management • Mergers and Acquisitions• Introduction to Strategic Management • Financial Derivatives & Risk Management • Microfinance/Financial Inclusion• Marketing Research • Computational Finance • Advanced Corporate Finance• Organizational Behaviour • Advanced Corporate Finance • Private Equity/Venture Capital/Hedge Funds• Management Information system • Strategy & Innovation • Securities & Regulations• International Business• General Management *The offered electives are contingent upon the fulfillment of minimum student numbers criteria and are subject to change based on interest showed by students “The multi-disciplinary vision of the Jindal Global Business School holds great promise and purpose in the context of an increasingly complex, challenging and connected global economy. I wish JGBS all success in accomplishing the goals it has set for itself.” Professor Soumitra Dutta Roland Berger Professor of Business and Technology INSEAD, France
  13. 13. JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL | 15 Curriculum Highlights: Master of Business & Law (MBL) Core Courses Law Electives* Business Electives*• Global Principles of Management • Legal Framework of Business in China • Leading Innovation, Change & Growth• Applied Techniques of Management • International Environmental Law • Leadership & Organizational Transformation• Introduction to Financial Management • International Banking & Insurance Law • Project Management• Introduction to Law & Legal Systems • International Arbitration • Strategic Human Resource Management• Legal Research & Writing • International Tax Law • Modern Investment Portfolio Management• Financial Accounting • Economic Analysis of Law & Contracts • Consumer Behaviour• Management Accounting • Mergers & Acquisitions Law • Business-to-Business Marketing• Microeconomics & Theory of the Firm • Cyberlaws • Enterprise Resource Planning &• Foundations of International Commercial Law • Consumer Protection Law Knowledge Management Systems• International Trade Law • Comparative Employment Law • Energy Economics & the Environment• Marketing Management • Advanced Logistics, Operations, &• Contract Management in Comparative Legal Systems Warehousing Management• Law, Ethics, Governance & Business• Global Business Strategy *The offered electives are contingent upon the fulfillment of minimum student numbers criteria and are subject to change based• International Business Management on interest showed by students• EU Business Law• Corporate Finance, Treasury Management & Banking “Good business research and teaching can take place• International Intellectual Property Rights only in a free environment for knowledge creation and• Comparative Competition Law• Macroeconomics dissemination. Such an environment allows faculty to• Management Information Systems challenge, question, think, examine, evaluate, engage, & IT Management and develop scholarship and understanding on issues• Corporate Communications Skills that affect business and industry. At JGBS, faculty• Global Logistics & Supply Chain Management• International Investment Law members represent rich and diverse interest areas & Financial Regulation and are committed to the cause, not only amongst• Entrepreneurship & Family Business themselves but also with faculty members from schools• Corporate Social Responsibility & the Global Context within the University - JGLS and the newly formed JSIA.” Dr. Dwarika P. Uniyal Assistant Dean (Academic)
  14. 14. 16 | JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL Research Centres APPLIED FINANCE The Centre for Applied Finance aims to define, explore and assess the emerging issues and their implications for the profitability of financial market intermediaries, the stability of the financial system, and the welfare of financial service consumers. The centre’s main areas of focus include banking, insurance, investment management, risk management, pension funds, the operation of financial markets and other related topics. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE & APPLIED ETHICS The centre aspires to become the leading multi-stakeholder, globally oriented research platform in India, in the field of corporate governance and applied ethics. It will strive to be a centre of excellence for both theoretical and applied research. DIGITAL MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS The centre seeks to create and disseminate knowledge for effective digital media management in a business studies context through innovative and cross- disciplinary research, and interactions with leaders in academia, business and government. The centre is focused on (but not restricted to) areas of e-commerce and e-governance. Other themes include interactive marketing, social media “Over time, JGBS seeks to play a leading role in the content and users, e-Learning, and games for training and education. development of a transnational knowledge economy through interdisciplinary, inter-jurisdictional, and timely research pursued by the various research centres of the School.” At JGBS, research is pursued under Professor Sunanda Sangwan various research centres - all with the Assistant Dean (Research) focus on creating knowledge for modern organizations.
  15. 15. JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL | 17FAMILY BUSINESS & WEALTH CREATION NEW CONSUMER TREND STUDIESThe Centre for Family Business & Wealth Creation is designed to help and The centre has been established to bring new insights on consumer behaviourdeliver research based programmes that will serve to strengthen families in by conducting innovative research on various aspects of consumption patterns,business through business process reengineering, contemporaneous business shopping, new media, social media, retail formats, and unusual factors. Thestrategy formulation, ownership and professional succession planning, family centre will also engage in knowledge dissemination to all stakeholders includingleadership training and legacy building. This centre appreciates the pivotal role consumers, retailers, marketers and researchers.that resources unique to a family firm can play in a company’s survival andsuccess, and help it achieve a position of competitive advantage in its business SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIPdomain. One of the basic premises of entrepreneurship involves innovation to meet the existing demand-supply gap. Given the lack of access to basic amenities likeEMERGING ECONOMIES & MARKETS healthcare and education by a majority of the population in India, the need for creating a breed of trained individuals who can take initiative and facilitateThe centre aims to monitor and develop a comprehensive understanding of in making the essential services available to the local communities, cannot beemerging economies and in particular the impact it might have on the Indian overemphasized. This centre seeks to further this end by:economy. Emerging and fast developing economies present a great opportunity • Imparting entrepreneurs with the essential know-howfor multinationals, investors, and entrepreneurs but also pose a threat to jobs, • Incubating ventures.products and resources. Finding a medium for “Cooptition” as Joseph Stiglitzwould refer to it, and fostering it is our central objective. The centre willmaintain the largest regional database on emerging countries which will foster INFRASTRUCTURE, ENERGY & GREEN TECHNOLOGYthe understanding of short-term and long-term trends in potential sectors inthese countries. This centre seeks to assess the current and future state of the national infrastructure, identify and prioritize opportunities, and make strategic policyINNOVATIVE LEADERSHIP & CHANGE recommendations. The current research focus spans South Asian countries.The centre is conceived as an entity which will not merely address “Leadership” SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT & LOGISTICSas a separate subject of debate and study, but instead tackle the integralquestion: What does it take to be an effective Leader operating in a global This centre aims to achieve research and education excellence in the field ofcontext of customers, suppliers, competitors and regulatory environments; SCM and Logistics, by offering research driven consultancy to organizations.What do you need to know? How must you learn to think and act, in order to With this objective the focus areas of the centre are:successfully be a Leader? In other words , the Centre is not simply dedicated to • Establishing a strong research team with a special focus on a particular industrythe study of “Leadership” per se – isolated from the rest of senior management of choiceresponsibility for planning, organizing and controlling. Rather, it is all about • Promoting outcome-based research looking at analyzing implementations thathelping prepare the global leaders of tomorrow to assume responsibility and result in major savings and benchmarking of best practices.accountability in equal measure, today.
  16. 16. JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL | 19International PartnersO.P. Jindal Global University has collaborative partnership arrangementswith a number of globally reputed universities in the Asia Pacific Region, Europe,UK and the USA.We currently have memoranda of understanding (MoU) with the School ofManagement at the University of Texas, Dallas and Kelley School of Business atIndiana University.The partnerships provide for student and faculty exchange, joint seminars, andcollaborative research.The Global Immersion Program at JGBS extends opportunities for experiencingbusiness, cultural and academic centres in different global institutions with whomwe have established partnerships. “The Jindal Global Business School’s mission to educate and empower students with business knowledge that transcends geographical and disciplinary boundaries is one in which I firmly believe. I look forward to seeing the School become a valuable source of talent for businesses, organizations, and government.” Professor Kim Corfman Vice Dean for MBA Programs Professor of Marketing, Stern School of Business New York University, USA
  17. 17. JGU offers state-of-the-art infrastructure and facilities tothe studentsInternetInternet in JGU is a state-of-the-art facility provided to all corners of theacademic block and student housing.Air Conditioned CampusThe Academic Block (classrooms, library, faculty rooms, gymnasium,health center, ATM etc.) is centrally air conditioned.ClassroomsAll classrooms and auditoriums are fitted with high definition audio andvideo systems.LibraryWith over 20,000 volumes related to management and allied subjects, theLibrary houses a rich collection of print and electronic resources includingbooks, journals, databases, audio-visual materials, CDs, e-journals, andcase studies.
  18. 18. JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL | 21AmenitiesThe University campus is a comfortable, modern, self contained livingenvironment.ResidenceStudent Residences (bedrooms, common rooms, dining halls etc.) are centrallyair-conditioned. Showers are fitted with geysers for hot water.Sports FacilitiesWell equipped gymnasium, tennis courts, basketball court, soccer ground,table tennis, and billiards etc.LaundryServices include washing, drying and ironing.CateringThe Dining Hall serves breakfast, lunch, evening snacks and dinner to studentsand faculty.Bank/ATMHDFC Bank has set up an ATM machine on campus. Additional transactionscan be routed through personnel deployed by the Bank who routinely visit thecampus to collect orders and submit deliveries, if any.City TransportCabs are provided for students who need to visit New Delhi.Health CareThe University has a 24-hour health centre for faculty, staff, and students whoneed medical attention. Ambulance services are also available at all times foremergencies.SecurityThe campus is guarded by at least 30 personnel around-the-clock – in additionto Wardens and Assistant Wardens in the student housing facilities.
  19. 19. At JGBS, we believe that the transformation of potential into leadership can be realizedthrough collective engagement with a diverse world, and preparedness for a multiculturaland global environment. Just as diversity of opinion is nurtured within the classroom,we welcome and embrace student diversity - nationalities, gender, interests, cultures andperspectives.Anand MishraAssistant Dean (Student Initiatives)
  20. 20. At JGBS, we embrace and nurture the diversity among JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL | 25 students in terms of their distinct personalities, experience and ambition. Rather than trying to create homogenized individuals with a similar set of aspirations, we seek to leverage their diversity and enhance the overall standard of managerial competence and scholarship suited to individual needs and aspirations. Student Council acts as an interface between the student body and the faculty and administration. The Council contributes to making the classroom experience and campus community life as rewarding to the students as possible. Student Placement Committee keeps in close touch with industry to map the skill sets required by organizations in different for-profit or non- profit sectors. This committee aggregates the ‘wish list’ of the organizations students may want to work for and works towards getting their peers placed in the organizations of their choice. Student Cultural Committee plans and organizes many social events on campus, including “Rage” – an annual cultural event. Students Clubs centred on academic subjects like Finance or Marketing, and on industry sectors like Real Estate etc. allow students to share their knowledge with the entire JGU community.“JGBS has a noble ambition to be truly global in its studentbody, faculty, curriculum and education. That ambition shouldserve the business school well in attracting top quality studentsand faculty from around the world and, in doing so, settingnew standards of excellence for an Indian based institution ofhigher learning.”Professor Kamran KashaniProfessor of Marketing and Global StrategyIMD, Lausanne, Switzerland
  21. 21. JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL | 27 Financial Assistance JGBS supports the financial requirements of pursuing higher education through scholarships and assistanceships. Students are encouraged to apply for the same. O.P. Jindal Outstanding Merit Scholarship Shallu Jindal Outstanding Women Scholarship Each year, the top five meritorious students, subject to financial requirements, The aim of the scholarship is to nurture, encourage and support two outstanding are awarded Rs.1,00,000 each per year in the form of tuition fee waivers. For the female students. Each awardee receives a tuition fee exemption of Rs.2,00,000 first year, the scholarships are based on the performance of the students in the per year. Extension is subject to fulfillment of performance requirements in the Jindal Assessment Test (JAT); for the following year extension of the scholarship first-year courses. is granted subject to the performance requirements in the first-year courses. Savitri Jindal Graduate Assistantships Naveen Jindal Young Global Scholarship These Assistantships provide an annual waiver of tuition fees of Rs.1,00,000 This scholarship is granted to one student per batch based on the overall per annum. The Assistantships are offered in exchange for four hours of weekly candidate profile - combination of academics, financial conditions, and extra- work to students, based on their areas of interest. Recipients can either partake curricular activities. This scholarship involves an award of Rs.5,00,000, granted in research centre activities or help in certain administrative affairs of the in the form of a tuition fee waiver. Extension of this scholarship is subject to B-School. Care is taken to ensure that Assistantship work does not significantly fulfillment of performance requirements in the first year courses. divert effort from academic pursuits. In addition to the above-mentioned scholarships, JGBS grants up to full tuition fee concession to Haryana State domiciled candidates as per the regulations applicable to Universities across the State.“Tomorrow’s leaders will have to address thorny issues of climate change, global governance and massive demographic shifts, amongothers. Jindal has taken these issues to heart in proposing its research centres and student learning experiences. The school seems verywell placed to impact business and society in meaningful ways.”Professor Lydia J. PriceProfessor of MarketingChina Europe International Business School (CEIBS), Shanghai
  22. 22. 28 | JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL Prageet Aeron B.Tech, IIT BHU Fellow, IIM Ahmedabad Assistant Professor, JGBS Michael J. Barnes MBA, Stanford University Doctor of Management Case Western Reserve University, Ohio Professor Vice Dean, JGBS Saroj Koul MS, IIT Roorkee Ph.D., IIT DelhiO. P. Jindal Global University believes that imparting global Associate Professor, JGBSeducation requires faculty with a global orientation.In keeping with this philosophy, we source our faculty fromsome of the top schools around the world.
  23. 23. JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL | 29Brajesh Kumar Sanjeev P. SahniM.Tech, IIT Kharagpur Ph.D.Fellow, IIM Ahmedabad Punjab UniversityAssistant Professor, JGBS Professor, JGBSAnand Mishra Sunanda SangwanPGDM Ph.D.MICA Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus UniversityAssistant ProfessorAssistant Dean - Student Initiatives, JGBS Professor Assistant Dean - Research, JGBSShounak Roy Chowdhury Dwarika Prasad UniyalB.Tech, IIT Kharagpur Ph.D.Fellow, IIM Ahmedabad Dharmsinh Desai UniversityAssistant Professor, JGBS Associate Professor Assistant Dean - Academic, JGBS
  24. 24. 30 | JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL International Board of Advisors Professor Shahid Ansari Professor of Behavioral and Managerial Accounting Provost and Dean of Faculty Babson College, USA Professor John C. Camillus Donald R Beall Professor of Strategic Management Katz Graduate School of Business University of Pittsburgh, USA Professor Ana Paula Mussi Szabo Cherobim Professor of Behavioural Finance Department of General and Applied Administration Coordinator of the Family Budget Laboratory Federal University of Parana, Brazil Professor Kim Corfman Vice Dean for MBA Programs Professor of Marketing, Stern School of Business New York University, USA Professor Soumitra Dutta Roland Berger Professor of Business and Technology Academic Director, eLAB INSEAD, France Professor Julia González Vice-Rector for International Relations University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain
  25. 25. JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL | 31Dr. Lalit Johri Professor Srikumar RaoFellow in International Business Adjunct ProfessorDirector, Oxford Advanced Management and Leadership London Business School, UKProgramme Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley, USASaid Business School, University of Oxford, U.K. Professor M Rammohan RaoProfessor Kamran Kashani Dean EmeritusProfessor of Marketing and Global Strategy Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, IndiaIMD, Lausanne, Switzerland Professor Pradeep RauProfessor Sridhar Moorthy Senior Associate Dean and Professor of MarketingManny Rotman Professor of Marketing The George Washington University School of Business, USARotman School of ManagementUniversity of Toronto, Canada Professor Arie Reichel Dean, Guilford Glazer School of Business and ManagementProfessor Madan Pillutla Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, IsraelMike Salamon Term Professor of Organisational BehaviourSubject Area Chair Professor Mari SakoLondon Business School, London, United Kingdom Professor of Management Studies Said Business SchoolProfessor Lydia J. Price University of Oxford, U.K.Professor of MarketingAssociate Dean and Academic Director of MBA Programme Professor Pritam SinghChina Europe International Business School (CEIBS) Professor Emeritus,,Shanghai, China Management Development Institute, GurgaonProfessor Priya Raghubir Professor Avanidhar SubrahmanyamProfessor of Marketing Goldyne and Irwin Hearsh Chair in FinanceMary C. Jacoby Faculty Fellow The Anderson SchoolStern School of Business, University of California, Los Angeles, USANew York University, USA
  26. 26. JGBS Academic Calendar for Year 1Preparatory Course JulyTrimester 1 August - SeptemberTrimester 2 October - DecemberTrimester 3 January - March2 Month Internship April - May
  27. 27. JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL | 33Applying to JGBSYou’ve read the brochure. You’ve seen what we have to offer. Academic YearIf you think you’ve got what it takes to join JGBS, you can do one of the JGBS follows a two-year trimester system. Each academic year is made upfollowing: of three trimesters.• Complete our online application form at http://jgbs.edu.in Students join JGBS in July for a month long preparatory module. The regu-• Download the application form from http://jgbs.edu.in, fill lar academic session commences in August. it in, and mail it to us along with the appropriate application Eligibility Criteria fee.• Pick up a set of application forms from the University’s Office • Bachelor’s degree in any subject with an aggregate result at graduation of not less than 50% of Student Affairs • CAT/XAT/MAT/GMAT scores.The application process is competitive and we advise students to apply asearly as possible to avoid disappointment. Selection ProcessThe first deadline for application: end of February in year of admission. • Preliminary shortlist based on CAT/XAT/MAT/GMAT scores. • Final shortlist based on a personal interview and scores from the Jindal Assessment Test (JAT.) Personal interviews are conducted at several centres across India. Note that undergraduate students in their final year are eligible to apply. With a creative and enthusiastic group of faculty and sound leadership for designing and managing research and professionally oriented academic programmes, I have no doubt that JGBS will soon prove to be a leading business school in India. I am privileged to be a part of it. Aman Shah Registrar, JGU M.Com (Osmania), M.Soc.Sc, Cert.Ed. (Hong Kong), MDP Cert.(Harvard)
  28. 28. 34 | JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL Closing Remarks JGBS provides a unique opportunity to study business from a refreshing perspective. Its multi disciplinary and global approach, its teaching pedagogy, its internship programmes, and more importantly, its international faculty, provide students the best prospects of appropriate placements in India and abroad. Our faculty members especially take into account emerging industry needs and the contemporary business environment. We have an on-campus incubator and an integrated consulting centre. Studying at JGBS will be rewarding. It equips students with the knowledge and skills that are necessary to perform a variety of important management and professional roles, globally. Dr. Sanjeev P. Sahni Head – Education Jindal Steel & Power Limited
  29. 29. For further details, contact:O.P. Jindal Global UniversityAdmissions and Student Outreach Cell (AdSOC)Sonipat Narela Road, Near Jagdishpur Village,Sonipat, Haryana-131001, NCR of Delhi, IndiaTel: +91-130-3057800-805; Fax: +91-130-3057808 / 888Mobile: +91-8930110793/756/808/765Email: admissions.jgbs@jgu.edu.in