Mr. Manish Tiwary, PGP 1995, Vice President for Consumer Business at Amazon India has now taken additional charge of Amazon’s Seller Business in India.

Many Congratulations on your new role Mr. Tiwary.

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IIT-IIM alumni turn Guwahati waste into power

GDD minister Siddhartha Bhattacharya inaugurating the plant

GPS Renewables, a clean-tech firm, founded and run by IIMB Alumni have been in the news for teaming up with Guwahati Municipal Corporation for turning organic waste in clean energy.

The key members of the team are – Mainak Chakraborty (PGP 2010), Sreekrishna Sankar (PGP 2008), Madhurjya Das (PGP 2010) and Jidesh Haridas (PGP 2008).

Many congratulations on behalf of IIMB and the alum community.

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Karthikeyan Kuppuswamy, MPEFB 2013, founder of Ayurvaidic has been recognized by The Economic Times as Promising Entrepreneurs of India 2020. Many congratulations.


Artificial Intelligence for Precision Medicine and better Healthcare

Kamal Jain, AMP 2014, has written an interesting and informative article on how Artificial Intelligence takes precision medicine to the next level and increases the accuracy and prediction of outcome for patients.

Your can read the whole article by following this link..


IIMB inducted 534 students to its PGP and its new two-year full-time Master of Business Administration (business analytics)[MBA(BA)] programmes on August 1. From a scientist at Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) to a climate science researcher, the new batch at IIMB has an eclectic mix. Arihant Jain has worked for 4 years as a scientific officer at BARC in the fields of risk assessment, reliability and safety analysis of nuclear reactors and mechanical design of reactor components. Gaurav Nayak is a climate science researcher who has been on three monsoon expeditions in the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea. Mihir Shah, a mechanical engineering graduate from the University of Pennsylvania, as an intern in professional motorsport as a race engineer.
The students believe that time at IIMB will help them understand their fields better. “I worked as an associate producer with another idea, a production house in Mumbai. I worked on campaigns about which we were primarily briefed by advertising agencies. I am keen to learn about how and why these campaigns are rolled out, the thought behind them as well as the business conditions that lead them which I believe my experience at IIM Bangalore will help me achieve,” sad Surabhi Agarwal. In the batch is also teach for India fellow, Prathamesh Tayade.