ETS Launches Business School Advisory Council In India

The India BSAC will help to guide ETS on how to best support Indian students and higher education institutions

ETS a nonprofit educational assessment, measurement, research and learning organization, announced today the formation of the Business School Advisory Council (BSAC) in India. This newly established council will be the first established in-country by ETS to help bolster the support of learners and graduate business education programs in India. It is comprised of a diverse group of higher education leaders who represent business schools and programs across the country.

The announcement comes on the heels of last month’s news from ETS of its establishment of ETS India, a new subsidiary intended to continue to promote the growth of the organization’s global footprint and its commitment to continuing to serve learners in India as part of their lifelong educational journeys.

The membership of BSAC India is comprised of leading voices from India’s graduate business school community including: 

  • Dr Rajendra Srivastava, BSAC India Chair, Novartis Professor of Marketing Strategy and Innovation and former Dean, Indian School of Business  
  • Dr Kishore Gopalakrishna Pillai, Dean, Amrita School of Business
  • Dr Abhishek Nirjar, Head of Programs, BITS School of Management
  • Dr Raul V. Rodriguez, Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Dean, Woxsen University  
  • Dr Prabhu Aggarwal, Vice-Chancellor, Bennett University
  • Dr Elizabeth L. Rose, Research Chair, Professor of Business Policy and Strategy, Indian Institute of Management, Udaipur

The members of BSAC India will provide expertise and guidance, serving as the voice of the Indian business education market to help inform ETS on how to best meet the needs of students and institutions in India. Council members will review key issues, policies and requirements for Indian business schools to provide the organization strategic council.

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