School of Management & Entrepreneurship - IIT Jodhpur
Adjunct Faculty

Adjunct Faculty

Prof. Prabuddha Ganguli

PhD from Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai

Professor Ganguli began his career as a Research Scientist in Basic and Industrial Research and was subsequently involved in Technology Assessment, Forecasting and Transfer including Factory Management and Business Planning. From 1991 to 1996, he was the Head of Information Services and Patents at the Hindustan Lever Research Centre. His last assignment at HLL involved corporate information risk and security management and knowledge management. He has now set up a consulting group "VISION-IPR" to offer services in management of IPR, information security and knowledge management. He is a qualified and a leading Patent Attorney in India and an expert in IPR and Information Management. He is Co-Chairman of several advisory committees, task force and is associated with several academic and research institutions and has authored 30+ publications that includes research papers in IPR.

Prof. M.P. Gupta

PhD from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi

Dr. Gupta is the Dhananjaya Chair Professor, Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi. Known for his pioneering works in the area of e-governance, he has been spending a significant amount of resources in developing cases, tools and frameworks to promote e-governance research in the country. These included 30 Doctoral theses, 22 sponsored projects worth more than ₹ 5 crores, co-authored book 'Government Online', two other edited books 'Towards E-government' & 'Promise of E-governance’ and 200+ research papers have appeared in National and International Journals/Conference Proceedings.

His recent interest lies in exploring issues related to smart cities. With ready expertise in e-governance, it is logical to design studies addressing challenges of ‘smart city governance’. In pursuits of the same, he is steering an European Union-funded (Horizon-2020) project ‘EU-India Cooperation Platform in Future Internet and Electronic Media’, which deals with the setting up of cluster to cluster partnerships between India and EU into areas pertaining to the convergence and/or intersection of Future Internet and Digital MEDIA (FI-MEDIA). He is also involved in several policy-making committees on ICT in the Center and State Governments in India; also on the jury of prestigious awards committees viz. National Awards on e-gov, Data Security Council of India (DSCI), Computer Society of India (CSI) eGov Awards and Web Ratna Awards which is now renamed as ‘Digital India Awards’ since 2016’. A recipient of the prestigious Humanities & Social Sciences (HSS) fellowship of Shastri Indo Canadian Institute, Calgary (Canada) 1996 and was a Visiting Fellow at the University of Manitoba. Conferred Best Professor award in 2012 at Singapore World Education Congress and CMO Asia.

Prof. Sushil Khanna

PhD from Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta

Professor Khanna is a retired professor of Economics and Strategy Management at IIM Calcutta. He has over Forty years’ experience in management consulting, beginning with Citibank's Management Consulting Division in 1973 to recent experience at IIM, Calcutta. He has more than two decades of experience in working with large private and public sector companies like BHEL, Indian Oil, ONGC, HPCL, NTPC, Tata Tea, TISCO, Murugappa Group, EID Parry, Tube Investments, Planning Commission, Centre for Workers Management, Min. Of Commerce, DONER, etc.

Prof. Ram Subramaniam

Doctoral degree in Entrepreneurship from Leicester University, UK

He is a practitioner who researches how IT and Non-IT entrepreneurs differ in their decision-making in reattempting entrepreneurship after a failure. He has founded multiple ventures including Shiva Corporation and MyMoneyKarma and trains students in Fintech, IT, and Entrepreneurship. He offers a custom course titled CEO-2030 that helps aspiring students of Business and Management to be future CEOs. He has worked in Emirates Airlines, Dow Chemical, and NASA, before he became an entrepreneur.