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The reflection of teaching learning process in the organization. With decade’s rich experience, faculty of ABBS School of Management have developed some unique methods of engagement. The beginning of learning for the students starts with Industry driven strong orientation program where Industry experts set the right note of aspirations for business graduates. During the course academic experts from the department increase the momentum of teaching learning process with their inclusive teaching styles.

Teacher guiding students in a classroom, demonstrating effective pedagogy

The academic development is driven through a Competency framework, the four pillars of which are Knowledge- Attitude- Skill-Habit (KASH model). To make learning effective Value Added Projects are a regular feature that student complete such as Industry Analysis, Dissertation, Business Plan and Internship Projects along with live industry projects both online and off-line.

Job seekers during a placement process, discussing opportunities

Innovative Curriculum

Among the notable innovations in the PGDM curriculum is: Experiential/Live Projects, Global Virtual Teams, Second Generation Core Courses, Courses that are Locally Relevant, Sustainability and Social Responsiveness, Leadership Building, Flexibility and Autonomy, Emphasis on Indian business models and Recognizing the coexistence of business and non-business sectors. To achieve these the Robust curriculum incorporates: Research publication (3 credits), Personality Enhancement- Theatre in Management (2 Credit), Certification in Disaster Management from Tejus Disaster Management Centre (Government of Karnataka recognized) , Certification in AI and Data Analytics from Virginia Tech (USA), banking and financial courses from Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), Six Sigma and Scrum and Agile Management Certifications from CRIMM and the 4.5 months mandatory IIP program (9 credits). This experiential learning has helped students to integrate and apply the knowledge, skills, and abilities they have acquired in their professional career. The Capstone Project and the IIP are tangible demonstrations of students’ competence. These initiatives represent the application of knowledge as well as the search for it.

Foreign Faculty visiting the Institute under Faculty Exchange Programs

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Dr. Mohan Munasinghe (Nobel Laureate)

Founder Chairman, Munasinghe Institute for Development

Colombo, Sri Lanka

Sustainability & Peace in 21st century India and World relevance of Tagore’s thought for Business


Prof. Steve Killelea A.M

Global philanthropist focused on peace and sustainable development


Using the Global Peace Index and to Analyze Developing Countries


Prof. (Dr.) Manas Chatterji

Professor Emiretus, State University of New York at Binghamton

New York, USA

Peace Economics and Peace Science


Dr. Partha Gangopadhyay

Associate Professor,

Western Sydney University

Sydney, Australia

On the Behavioural Foundation of Rural Poverty in India, Blue Economy and Conflict Resolution


Prof. Urs Luterbacher

Professor Emeritus, Centre for Environmental Studies, University of Michigan

Michigan, USA

Global Climate Policy: Actors, Concepts and Enduring Challenges


Ms. Amy Memon

AACSB India representative


Innovation in Design & Delivery of Higher Education


Prof. (Dr.) Norio Okada

Professor Emeritus and Director of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute (DPRI), at Kyoto University



Disaster Management


Prof. Touria Abdelkader B. Conde

Industrial Engineer by the Spanish National University forDistance Learning (UNED)

Madrid, Spain

Energy Conflicts in the BRICS Countries


Prof. Fernando Barreiro-Pereira

Professor of Macroeconomics and Spatial Economics, and Member of the Dean's Advisory Committee in the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration of the Spanish University for Distance Education (UNED University) in Madrid, Spain.

Madrid, Spain

Spillover effects on Transport infrastructure and Regional conflicts in Spain


The contribution of Economic activity and energy consumption to CO2


Prof. (Dr.) Frank Ashe

Independent consultant and an Honorary Associate Professor at Macquarie University’s Applied Finance Centre, covering the Financial Risk Management Masters course when a full-time Associate Professor, pre-qualified for appointment to Risk & Audit Cttees for NSW Govt.

Sydney, Australia

Data Science & Data Analytics for Risk Governance


Prof. Don Minday

Professor, Renne School of Business, France


Management is not Rocket Science, or is it?’


Dr. Shreekant Gupta (Nobel Laureate)

Associate Professor , Delhi School of Economics

Nobel Prize winner, National University of Singapore


Ecology & Environment


Dr. David Hammond

Visiting Research Fellow at King’s College London

London, UK

The Global Peace Index 2018


Dr. Zakaria Siddiqui

Research Fellow at the Institute for Economics and Peace

Sydney, Australia

The Global Peace Index 2018


Dr. Nitha Palakshappa

Professor in School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing, Massey University

Palmerston North, New Zealand

Case Study on Organic Cotton Growers of Polatchi, Tamil Nadu


Professor Laszlo Zsolnai

Director, Business Ethics Center, Corvinus University

Budapest, Hungary

Spirituality, Peace & Economics


Prof. Reiner Braun

Executive Director of German IALANA


Demilitarization & Peace


Dr. Swadesh Rana

Former Chief of Branch, Conventional Arms Branch Department of Disarmament Affairs

United Nations

Sustainable development and violence prevention


Professor Keith Hartley

Emeritus Professor of Economics at York University

United Kingdom

Arms Industries: Knowns & Unknowns


Dr. Jozef Richard Raco

Director of Research and Development of De La Salle Catholic University of Manado, Indonesia

Manado, Indonesia

The Dominant cause of Cultural Shock and its effect on the students who are studying at the Universitas Katolil De La Salle Manado – Indonesia


Prof. (Dr.) Madhav Segal

Professor Emeritus of Marketing and Marketing Research in the Business School at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Illinois, USA

Transition from classroom to corporate


Mr. Ken Furuya

Honorable Consul for the office of the Consulate General of Japan

Tokyo, Japan

Japanese Management Techniques


Mr. JoJo Williams

Manager, Operational System, IT Dept. Kuwait Airways


Managing Projects, PMC Certification Process and Job opportunities


Prof. Takako Inoue

Professor, Daito Bunka University

Tokyo, Japan

Between Individuality and Cooperativity: Fandom of Visual Kei subculture in Japan and Kizuna in an Umbrella Fan Community”.

A group of diverse professionals discussing quality assurance strategies

Strong Alumni helps in developing industry connect.

Use of technology is proving to be the differentiator for the learning design at ABBS School of Management. The assignment concepts like Overnight assignment, Video assignment, lab driven practical assignments and simulation fill students with awe and excitements. They love being part of the process. Every student is encouraged to capture additional certificates both from online and offline mode. ABBS School of Management is careful about the selection of course material. Harvard cases and articles are choice of class discussion. Learned members do not restrict to knowledge sharing only they are into knowledge development through research, case study and consulting work. They continuously update themselves to remain competent for the market requirement.