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Prof. (Dr.) Sanjay Srivastava


Quaification– Ph.D (University of Delhi)

Designation-Professor, Vice Chancellor MRIIRS and Managing Director MREI

Special Interests & broad duties– Cross Cultural Management;
Psychometric Profiling; Leadership; Change Management & Qualitative Research

Previous Assignments– Amity University ( Dean ‘Examination and Faculty of Management Studies’ & Chairman, Doctoral Program of Amity University, Uttar Pradesh. )Haryana Institute of Public Administration.

Achievements and Awards:

1.     International Honorary Research Fellowship for five years upto 2021 at Lahti University of Applied Sciences, Helsinki, Finland

2.     National Talent Scholarship in Education

3.     Young Scientist Award in Psychology 1994 by Indian Science Congress Association.

The education at Manav Rachna University (MRU) aspires to not only bestow knowledge and skills, but also a positive attitudinal change.
“Na-asti Vidya sama chakshu, na asti satya sama tapa: Na-asti raag sama dukham, na asti tyaga sama sukham” No vision is as powerful as the vision of knowledge, abiding by the truth is the foremost of all other austerities. There’s no pain bigger than the pain caused by desire, however, happiness gained by sacrifice (of desires) is the ultimate one.
Team MRU, strives to carve young minds with a bright vision of the future motivated by Integrity, Perseverance and Passion, so that they are able to make a difference in the workplace. We put in an unswerving effort to make every student at Manav Rachna a “Pragmatic” and a “Good” human being. We ensure that every student is not only a mere success story, but an incomparable example of achieving self-actualization and becoming a front-runner in all the realms of life.
Latest World Bank Projections indicate that India is the fastest growing economy in the World. In fact, we are on the threshold of achieving double-digit growth in the foreseeable future. This implies that we are on our way to an increased spend in the Social Sector with its consequential impact on employment generation and reduction in poverty; thus making us a World Class Economy characterized by 3Es, i.e. Efficiency in quality, Effectiveness in cost, Excellence in the outcome.
The Yoga Sutra of Patanjali says, “When you are inspired by some great purpose, some extraordinary projects, all your thoughts break their bounds. Your mind transcends limitations, your consciousness expands in every direction, and you find yourself in a new, great and wonderful world”.
Our biggest competitive edge is our Human Resource. 71% or 742 million Indians are below 35 year. This is a great opportunity for all of us as the responsible citizens of India and not just for the government. So, let us “Think in India, “Make in India” and “Make for the World.” At Manav Rachna Educational Institutions, we are working on this mission as the business environment demands a new cadre of professionals with a global outlook, yet with a deep-rooted value system springing from our vast cultural heritage and glorious past. With this paradigm, Manav Rachna University has been sensitively proactive in realizing this need. Anatomically, the culture at MRU is marked by highly traditional ethos whereas physiologically it is originated by global perspectives. The programme structure, teaching methodology and inimitable industry interaction with the focus on attitude, behavioral skills, and global orientation have been the key features of our educational philosophy.
Continuous learning is not a choice in today’s business environment but a necessity. It is a challenge for the management education to keep pace with the ongoing dynamics, which has necessitated a total metamorphosis. The Team MRU is committed to update and revise the course curriculum in tune with the dynamic needs of the business world thereby abridging the gap between the “desired” and the “produced”. The way MRU develops human capital for the industry is not only suitable for today or tomorrow, but also for times to come. We instill in our students that “Apraapyam naama nehaasti dheerasya vyavasaayinah,” i.e “There is nothing unattainable to the one who has the courage and who works hard”.


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