The Synthetic & Art Silk Mills' Research Association (SASMIRA) is a pioneering institution established on 12th January 1950, the Sasmira's Research Centre is the largest and oldest of its kind in India. It is duly recognized by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research under the Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India. Under the guidance of our parent body, Sasmira's Institute of Management Studies and Research have established Management Research Centre and its contribution to the development of management research studies is widely recognized.
The Research Centre encourages students, faculty members and professionals to take up industry sponsored research programmes with an objective to facilitate original and high quality research and consultancy. Since its inception, the Research Centre has undertaken several research projects with generous grants from National and International agencies, with a very broad-based research focus which has led to theoretical studies and action based research projects. It has also contributed to the development of management studies curriculum and training manuals for corporate.
The Centre has two annual publications namely Sasmira's Business Review (SBR) and International Journal of Management Development and Training (IJMDT) which includes high quality original research papers, articles, case studies and book reviews. Further, it reaches out into the larger community through its regular seminar series and networking programmes. These National and International Seminars and Conferences provide a platform to the students, faculty members, professionals and academicians to share their research and knowledge across the globe.
The Research Center conceives its part as an impetus of social change. The various components of the programme, namely research, teaching and learning, social advancement, systems administration and dissemination are inter-connected and co-operate in accomplishing its objective of spreading the research initiatives across the geographical boundaries. The target group of these multi-dimensional mediations is management students, faculty members, professionals, academicians, social activists, policy makers and others. These various contributors enhance the whole program and start a procedure of change.
Dr. Sanskruti Kadam,
Tel.: 022- 2493 2047 Ext. 246
Rules for Admission, Registration and for Ph.D. Programme
UGC Guidelines for Ph.D., 2009