PSG Institute of Management, Coimbatore Wanted Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor – Management Science


Roles & Responsibilities


  • Willingness to explore new areas of research and integrate emerging trends.
  • Ability to publish research in high-impact management journals.
  • Skill in preparing successful grant proposals to secure research funding.
  • Knowledge of funding sources in the field of management studies.
  • Strong presentation skills for conferences, seminars, and workshops.


  • Should have a proven publication record in Scopus/Web of Science. ADBC journals.
  • Should have articles in the publication pipeline in various stages such as few articles in the topic identification stage, few in the data collection stage, submitted and accepted for publication
  • Familiarity with technology tools and platforms relevant to management research, data analysis, and teaching such as Structural Equation Modelling, SPSS, NVivo.


Required Skills:

  • Experience in working in research projects
  • Identify and pursue external funding opportunities to support research projects.
  • Prepare and submit grant proposals, ensuring compliance with funding agency guidelines.


BBM/BBA (OR) MBA or any Management Sciences related field And PhD in the same.


0-8 Years experience

About the Institution:

PSG Institute of Management formerly known as the department of management sciences under PSG College of Technology, started in 1971, was later rechristened as a PSG Institute of Management in 1994, spurred by the onset of liberalization of the Indian Economy. The 50+ year pedigree makes it one of the pioneering management institutes in Southern India. Active collaborations with IIFT, Alliance Francaise and University of Toledo, Hof University, Germany have put the institute at the forefront of management education today

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