Hero Group founded and Imperial College London mentored BML Munjal University (BMU) has announced the appointment of 15 members to its Advisory Board comprising captains of industry, academics, scientists and other outstanding professionals. The members are: H S Bhartia, Co-Chairman & Founder, Jubilant Bhartia Group;Subash Bijlani, President, Magnus Consulting Pvt. Ltd.; Professor, University of Maryland University College; M Damodaran, Ex-Chairman, SEBI; YC Deveshwar, Chairman, ITC Limited; Adi Godrej, Chairman, Godrej Group; Sir Mike Gregory, Head, Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge; Dipankar Gupta, Ex-Senior Advisor, KPMG India; Ex-Professor, JNU; S P Kothari, Deputy Dean, MIT Sloan School of Management; Arun Maira, Member, Planning Commission of India; Ex-India chairman, Boston Consulting Group; R Mashlekar, Chancellor, ACSIR, Former Director General of CSIR; TV Narendaran, MD, Tata Steel; R K Pachauri, Chair, IPCC; Director-General, TERI; Jagmohan Raju, Executive Director, Wharton-ISB Program; Harish Salve, Senior Supreme Court Advocate; Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, Chairman & Managing Director, Biocon Limited. The Advisory Board will guide BMU with their astute counsel and rich experience.
Speaking about the Advisory Board, Sunil Kant Munjal, Chancellor, BML Munjal University said, “We are delighted to welcome these leaders on board. I am confident they will guide and inspire students, faculty, and administrators to achieve the vision of the university. Their collective expertise and commitment will play an important role in defining the university’s growth trajectory in the years to come.”
Established under the Haryana State Private Universities Act, 2006, BMU will have three schools to begin with: School of Engineering & Technology, School of Commerce, and School of Management. The university will offer the following undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes: BTech, BCom, BBA and MBA. The university’s inaugural academic session will commence in August 2014
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