UNIVERSITY OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY

About CMR

As the world is passing through an age where disruptive technologies and rapidly changing dynamics in the realms of society, businesses, and governance have attenuated the boundaries between different intellectual domains, the need for consilience towards the creation and exploitation of knowledge has become increasingly important. There is a realization that the solution to contemporary problems and our ability to harness a better tomorrow demand amalgamation of different domains of knowledge and practice. Natural scientists are now more receptive to social scholars, and economists are riveted by geopolitical and climatic issues more than ever. SBE graduate programs embrace the multidisciplinary spirit. Our Ph.D. Management, for example, is a cross-cutting program whereby a rich blend of the theoretical lenses from management, marketing, economics, and other discourses are being used to study the organizational phenomena. The Center for Multidisciplinary Research (CMR) is envisaged to augment and institutionalize this spirit. It will identify the real-time problems and engage SBE faculty and students in offering multidisciplinary research-based solutions for them.

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The Silk Roads Youth Research Grant is a new initiative organized by UNESCO to address specific issues...

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In order to promote the research work undertaken by SBE MS Programs, in the form of MS thesis...

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Under the direction of President UMT, SBE Center for Multidisciplinary Research is incorporating case teaching methods in its pedagogy.

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Under the direction of President UMT, SBE Center for Multidisciplinary Research is incorporating case teaching methods in its pedagogy.

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To encourage multidisciplinary research collaborations and foster research culture in SBE, a research group was formed by the Dean SBE, vide a notification dated July 17, 2018.

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