DME Management School places a strong emphasis on continuous research and development. Research in business and management is crucial as it helps in comprehending and critically analyzing the contemporary developments in the area. We focus on blended teaching-learning methods that encompass research in various areas of management like finance, accounting, human resource, marketing, entrepreneurship, sustainable business development, etc. Faculty members and students work collaboratively on research projects and organize research day activities in form of workshops, competitions, seminars, etc. The two research centres at DME Management School, i.e. Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Development (CSD) and Centre for Management Research (CMR) have been actively engaged in research and publication initiatives. DME Journal of Management, a peer reviewed and interdisciplinary academic annual journal also promotes individual and collaborative research on contemporary management practices and paradigms.


About Us

Centre for Management Research (CMR) is established to promote collaborative research on contemporary management practices and paradigms. The research is undertaken with an objective to give useful insights to the academicians, practitioners and industry experts. The centre members work both on theory and practice by contributing the research articles, book chapters and simultaneously conducting activities to inculcate the research culture amongst the students.

Vision and Mission

  1. To critically analyse the recent practices and trends in management.
  2. To invoke the spirit of research, thereby, providing a platform of knowledge sharing to academicians.
  3. To promote interdisciplinary research in related fields of management like finance, marketing, human resource, international business and many other emerging fields.

Scope of Work

  1. To extend knowledge and encourage research in diversified areas of business and management
  2. To conduct workshops and sessions providing hands on experience with research methodology tools and techniques
  3. To develop subject expertise so as to enrich the classroom experience.
  4. To undertake research projects with meaningful academic and managerial contributions and publish in form of research articles, reviews, conference papers and book chapters

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CMR_One Day workshop on SPSS

 Centre for Management Research in collaboration with DME Management School organized a One Day Workshop on SPSS, virtually on 6th April, 2021. The resource person for the session was Dr. Shuchi Goel, Assistant Professor, DME Management School. She took a very insightful session highlighting the relevance of the software SPSS in research analysis and reporting. She explained to the students about the various tests which can be used for the purpose of analysis depending upon the nature of variables. It was a highly interactive session, where Dr. Goel, after every demonstration, provided students the time to perform the tests on their computers and clarified doubts one on one. It was a really intriguing and knowledge enhancing session.

  • CMR-Workshop on How to publish in Scopus indexed and ABDC Journals

 Centre for Management Research (CMR) at DME Management School organized a one day virtual workshop on “How to publish in Scopus indexed and ABDC Journals” on October 2, The resource person for the workshop was Dr. Jaspreet Kaur, Associate Professor, Pearl Academy. The workshop received an overwhelming response and was attended by 121 participants, consisting of faculty members and research scholars from reputed universities across the length and breadth of India. Dr.Kaur gave an insightful presentation on ‘How to write a Research paper’ with dedicated discussion on different sections like introduction, abstract, title, review of literature, conceptual framework, conclusion, discussion and references. She gave relevant examples and shared her experience of her journey as a researcher. An interim round of questions and answers was held wherein Dr.Kaur patiently and enthusiastically answered all the queries of the participants.


  • CMR-Workshop on Usage of Google Forms

Center for Management Research at DME Management school organized an e-workshop on “Creating and Using Google Forms for Conducting Research Work” on 25th August 2020 where in more than 90 students participated.It was an amazing opportunity for students as well as faculty members to learn something new and interesting amidst the crisis. To enlighten the audience with his esteemed knowledge and expertise we had Mr. Parth Shukla, Co-Founder of Knowledge Pro and a certified Microsoft Trainer as the keynote speaker and trainer for the session. Key highlights of the session were taking surveys, creating questionnaires and quizzes with the help of Google forms. Mr. Shukla grabbed the attention of the audience by giving live demonstration on How to use different features of the Google forms.

About Us

Amidst multiple reports of climate change, growing disparities, volatile markets, food and water shortage, health and sanitation concerns, our world faces an enormous challenge of balancing the needs of society, the environment, and the economy. As a socially responsible organization, we at DME, aspire to generate awareness and action on sustainable development practices. The Centre aims at pursuing research and formulating practical solutions for the adoption of sustainable management practices to strive towards sustainable development.

Vision and Mission

  1. To emerge as a platform for promoting sustainable development practices in the society
  2. To promote sustainable business ideas and management practices which concern the environment.
  3. To protect the environment for posterity through sustainable development practices

Scope of Work

  1. Conducting workshops, seminars and activity-based events to sensitize students about emerging issues and need for sustainable development.
  2. Connect with larger academic and professional communities to promote the cause for sustainable development.
  3. Collaborate with organizations and other centres to come up with sustainable business innovations and solutions.
  4. Endeavour to undertake continuous research and publication in form of research articles, papers, books and other periodicals.

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  1. CSD and E-Cell Stimulus Business Idea Competition, Endeavour

DME Entrepreneurship Cell in collaboration with the Centre for Sustainable Development (CSD) organised a Business Idea Competition – Endeavour, for all DME students on 2nd March 2021, at 2pm. The competition was held on the online meeting platform Zoom. The purpose of the competition was to encourage students to come up with innovative business ideas which are ecologically sustainable. The competition was judged by internal faculty members of DME Management School.


  • CSD-Workshop on Role of Sustainable Practices for Business Growth, Roadblocks, and Scope of Research

On 13th October 2020, Center of Sustainable Development [CSD] the Research Cell of DME Management School organized a workshop on the Role of Sustainable Practices for Business Growth, Roadblocks, and Scope of Research by Dr. K Mathiyazhagan, he is currently working as an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Amity University, Noida, India. During the lecture, Dr. Mathiyazhagan shared visions on how to create a sustainable business model and seized the attention of students by sharing an impressive presentation on sustainable business. He elaborated on sustainable business strategies and business model archetypes. He also shed light on the need for sustainable businesses in today’s time.


  • CSD-Show and Tell Activity

The Management School organized a three-day Research Day Activity under the Centre for Sustainable Development, titled ‘Show and Tell’. It was an inter departmental activity wherein students from all the three schools had participated. The activity involved two rounds. Round one consisted of the submission of written proposals by the teams during 14-16th August 2020. Herein the participants were required to form a team of 3-4 members and register for the activity which also included their proposal on sustainable business products. Round 2 involved PPT presentations by the participants. It was conducted on 18th and 19th August 2020. The teams could bring a prop or show pic or draw or make collage to show ideas. 12 teams across the three schools presented their ideas in round 2. This activity involved three prizes, first prize of ₹2000, second prize of ₹1500 and third prize of ₹1000. The first position was bagged by Team no. 2 (Ayushi Singh, Arpita Gupta and Disha Tyagi, BA Law, 4th Year), the second position went to Team no. 7 (Kshitiz Sharma, Mayank Vaish and Shriya Singh, BAJMC 2nd Year) and third position went to Team no. 3 (Aditi Kundra, Akshita Bhardwaj and Arushi Srivastava, BBA, 2nd Year)

  • CSD-Research Based Presentation Competition


To re-orient the learning experience towards sustainability and encourage students for research, Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Development (CSD) of DME Management School organized an Intra- institute Research-based Presentation Competition on October 22, 2019 at 2:00 PM in the DME Seminar Hall. The competition provided a prominent platform where students put forth their dynamic and strong views on sustainability and environmental issues. Through extensive research and case studies, students firmly voiced their viewpoints on various grave sustainability and environmental concerns. Dr. Swati Jain (Associate Professor, DME Management School) and Dr. Pooja Sharma (Assistant Professor, DME Management School) chaired the competition. First position was awarded to Team- Anan Bhavit Sadh, Khushi Chaudhary, Aditi Kundra (BBA 1st Year),for second position there was a tie between Team-Abhishree Srivastava and Vidhi Sood (BBA 3rd Year) and Kunika Kanodia (BALLB 4th Year)Third position was bagged by Team- Ayush Dubey, Palak Bajpai and Ritwik Saggar(BBA 1st Year)


  • CSD-Screening of documentary on Edible cutlery followed by a panel discussion


On 27th august 2019, research day activity was organized by center for excellence in sustainable development management school for faculty members and students. The panelists for the research day activity were Dr. Poorva Ranjan Associate Professor DME, Dr. Swati Jain Associate Professor DME and Dr. Sudhir Bisht Professor DME. This activity was carried out with the expectation that we balance our economic, environmental and social needs allowing prosperity for now and future generations. This includes social progress, equality, environmental protection, conservation of natural resources and stable economic growth.

DME Journal of Management

DME Journal of Management is a peer-reviewed and interdisciplinary academic annual journal. The objective of the journal is to promote individual and collaborative research on contemporary management practices and paradigms. The journal will invite papers on diverse areas such as finance, accounting, marketing, operations management, human resource management, statistics, international business, information technology, environment, risk management, globalization, and related areas. Articles reflecting diversity, the cross-functional nature of management, and emerging concerns are also considered for publication.

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  1. Digital Start-ups: Reshaping the Indian Landscape Post Covid-19
  2. Sustainable Development & Management: An Indian Perspective


This book is an output of the research work done under the tutelage of ‘Center of Excellence for Sustainable Development ‘at the DME Management School. This stream of work is a maiden attempt by the faculty members teaching a spectrum of functional areas and with a broad range of academic background, training and teaching experience.  The function-wise handling and then the amalgamation of these functional aspects of sustainability is the hallmark of this book.

The book chapters present the thus far much debated issue of ‘sustainable development’ in a hitherto unexplored manner. The approach adopted by the authors is unique firstly because it a multi-functional contribution towards sustainable development in the functional areas belonging to General Management, Economics, Human Resources, Finance, Marketing & Operations Management. Secondly, the clichéd critical stance against sustainability, particularly in the context of India, has not been unnecessarily over emphasized. Rather, contours of this text have focused on the varied aspects of sustainable development and the solution of the problem of “non-sustainable economic development”.  Thirdly, the focus has been to shed away the “Impossible” attitude about sustainability and considering the avenues of how sustainability can be made a reality.  Fourthly, the application aspect has been emphasized by the authors across all the functional areas of management.   

The chapters of this book are woven around these seventeen Sustainable Development Goals with a view to providing solutions in each of the functional areas of management. From the perspective of the management thinkers, all problems on this earth can be solved through better management. The chapter authors in this book have looked at achieving the goal of sustainable development through better management of marketing, finance, HR and operations.


Sustainable Development and Management: An Indian Perspective, Center for Sustainable Development (April, 2019)