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SIBM Pune gets 38 Lakh from SPARC

Scheme for Promotion of Academic and Research Collaboration (SPARC) aims at improving the research ecosystem of India’s Higher Educational Institutions by facilitating academic and research collaborations between Indian Institutions and the best institutions in the world from 28 selected nations to jointly solve problems of national and/or international relevance.

SPARC proposes to enable productive academic cooperation by supporting the following critical components that can catalyze impact making research, namely

  • Visits and long-term stay of top International faculty / researchers in Indian Institutions to pursue teaching and research
  • Visits by Indian students for training and experimentation in premier laboratories worldwide
  • Joint development of niche courses, world-class books and monographs, translatable patents, demonstrable technologies or action research outcomes and products
  • Consolidation of Bilateral cooperation through academic and research partnerships through Indo-X Workshops in India
  • Publication, Dissemination and Visibility through a high profile annual international Conference in India
I am extremely happy to share with all of you the proposal titled “The Interplay of Social, Human, Financial and Psychological Capital in Shaping Entrepreneurial Outcomes of Women Entrepreneurs: An Indian Perspective”    submitted by Dr. Madhura Bedarkar and Prof. Yogesh Brahmankar  from SIBM Pune has got 38 LAKH grant from  Scheme for Promotion of Academic and Research Collaboration (SPARC)
They submitted the proposal along with  Dr. Alexander Newman, Deakin University Austrlia and Dr Eva Nathan – Monash University Australia
Dr R Raman
Director SIBM Pune
Dean – Faculty of Management – SIU