Research

Great Lakes has a proud tradition of excellence in research. Right from its inception, the role of knowledge creation in tandem with knowledge dissemination has been stressed at our institution. More than 80% of the faculty holds a doctoral degree from leading institutions across the world (e.g. Case Western University, University of Maryland, Indiana University) and India (e.g. XLRI). Great Lakes faculty are strongly encouraged to pursue their research interests. They have published in leading journals worldwide and continue to do so on a regular basis.

Faculty Papers

Education and Spirituality, Conference on Indian Culture , Sep 2011

Article by Dr B.S.K Naidu, Chairman, IEMR discusses the importance of Spirituality in Education .You may download the article through the link below.

Education and Spirituality

Energy and Spirituality, Conference on Science and Spiritual Quest - Integrating Capabilities with Values , Mar 2011

Article by Dr B.S.K Naidu, Chairman, IEMR discusses about Energy and Spirituality.You may download the article through the link below.

Energy and Spirituality

Manpower Crunch in Energy Sector, Management Compass, Feb 2011

Article by Mr. Mohan Lakhamraju, Vice Chairman, IEMR discusses the shortage of skilled manpower as the Energy sector in poised for growth with large scale investments underway. You may download the article through the link below.

Manpower Crunch in Energy Sector

Flaring Oil, Financial Express, Feb 07, 2010

Article by Dr. V.P.Singh, Professor of Economics, IEMR, discusses the increasing oil prices in the global economic context. You may download the article through the link below.

Flaring Oil

Online article (Financial Express)

Report on Human Capital Challenges for the Indian Power Sector

The Indian Power Sector is witnessing unprecedented growth following the reforms process beginning with the Electricity Act 2003. India has set an ambitious target of Energy for all by 2012. However significant challenges remain including fuel availability, lack of trained manpower, supply delays in equipment and execution bottlenecks like land and environmental clearances.

IEMR's research report on the human capital challenges in the Indian power sector focuses on the key manpower challenges facing the Indian power industry, the role of various stakeholders in capacity building and the ways of addressing the challenges. You may download the report through the link below.

Human Capital Challenges in the Indian Power Sector

Associations

  • IIT Stuart School of Business
  • BABSON
  • BAUER
  • University of Bordeaux
  • HKUST
  • UMKC
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