SYMBIOSIS CENTRE FOR MANAGEMENT & HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (SCMHRD) is a premier institute honing world class leaders and entrepreneurs. Established in 1993, SCMHRD's MBA program is one of the most prestigious programs in India.

SCMHRD specializes in producing quality talent in the fields of HR, Marketing, Finance, Operations, Infrastructure Development and Management and Business Analytics. The institute believes that wholesome knowledge can be gained through experience and practical learning. Hence the intense academic curriculum is designed such that it prepares students to deliver their best.

Apart from academic excellence, the institute also focuses on equipping the students with the latest technical competencies used in the corporate world. It also provides opportunities to develop their leadership and entrepreneurship skills through various student activities and institute initiatives. Association with National Entrepreneurship Network is one such initiative to breed young entrepreneurs.

SCMHRD has become one of the trusted names in the industry for delivering quality at workplace. This is evident from SCMHRD’s track record of placing its students in most sought after companies every year. Our unique learning approach combined with the focus on holistic development gives an edge to SCMHRD students and prepares them for the challenging life ahead.


  • Promoting international understanding through quality education


  • To inculcate the spirit of 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam' (the world is one family)
  • To contribute towards knowledge generation and dissemination
  • To impart ethical and value-based learning
  • To foster the spirit of national development
  • To inculcate cross cultural sensitisation
  • To develop global competencies amongst students
  • To nurture creativity and encourage entrepreneurship
  • To enhance employability and contribute to human resource development
  • To promote health and wellness amongst students, staff & community
  • To instill sensitivity amongst the youth towards community and environment
  • To produce thought provoking leaders for the society

SCMHRD’s Vision

  • To be a preferred provider of management education that builds global citizens.

SCMHRD’s Mission

The school’s mission statement is to align management education as a contributor to social betterment, human development and economic prosperity.

  • We practice applied research to deliver solution to business
  • We provide value based education through experiential learning
  • We commit to people and community
  • We develop continuously employable human resources having global and regional understanding.
  • To inculcate cross cultural sensitisation

SCMHRD’s Values

The core values of SCMHRD are:

  • Collaboration for team based learning, knowledge exchange and interdisciplinary applied research, with academia and industry, within India and internationally
  • Commitment to people and society by providing services and education to unprivileged and marginalized sections of society specially children
  • Diversity and Equality by imparting education to students and corporates of various nationality, region, gender, language, religion, caste and academic background without discrimination.
  • Integrity and transparency in all our processes and activities
  • Quality and Excellence in all engagements with the stakeholders
Dr. Pratima Sheorey


Dr. Pratima Sheorey is the Director of Symbiosis Centre for Management and HRD Pune, India. She did her PhD from Symbiosis International (Deemed University) and MBA in Marketing from the University of Pune. She has more than 18 years of experience in the academic and corporate sector. She has worked in companies like ORG-MARG (now ACNielsen), the Hero Group and others in corporate sector and has been a faculty at various Institutes of Symbiosis International (Deemed University) (SIU ). Dr. Pratima has been an invited speaker at many national and international fora through AACSB, various corporate and non - governmental organizations. She has been a regular visiting faculty at Telecom Ecole De Management, France for Marketing Management. She has worked in the area of Market Research, Training & Consulting and Business Development. She has trained executives in many organizations in India and abroad in various behavioral and functional programmers like Service Orientation, Selling Skills, Creativity and Innovation etc. across levels. She has been instrumental in guiding her students in various national and international student competitions where they have won accolades for the institution. She has published many papers in reputed journals and participated in many conferences in India and abroad.

Established in 1993, Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development started its functioning as an institute specialized in Human Resource Development from Atur Centre in Model colony, Pune. Under the guidance of founder Director Prof M S Pillai, SCMHRD was one of the fastest B-Schools to be counted amongst the top 20 Management schools in India.

The institute has a history of producing managers who can lead, persevere and continuously raise the bar of management performance.

Coinciding with its growth as a B-School, was the relocation of its campus to Hinjewadi, Phase 1, Pune. Set amidst the corporates of the IT Park, SCMHRD has had a record of nurturing students who have proven themselves, not only on a national level, but also on the international stage.


Over the past twenty years, we have come a long way in imparting quality education to students with a strong emphasis on building leaders of the future. This is evident from SCMHRD’s stellar legacy of placing its students in the most sought after companies and profiles across all specializations each year. The below timeline chronicles our journey from our inception to the present day:

Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development began as an institute specializing in Human Resource Development from Atur Centre, Pune under the guidance of its Founder Director Prof M S Pillai.

Sports Facilities/Fun & Frolic

  • Basket Ball court
  • Table Tennis court
  • The college and hostel life is never complete without sports. For this reason the institute provides facilities for sports like Cricket, Basket Ball, Badminton, Carrom and Table Tennis. Cricket matches and Football matches are the norm of the day as students find healthy ways to rejuvenate themselves. Table Tennis Court is the favourite haunt as a few breaks during an otherwise hectic schedule is fully utilised by students to play games.

    Health Centre

  • Gymnasium
  • SCHC
  • Yoga center
  • The institute provides excellent health care and medical facilities. A health care centre SCHC managed by the Symbiosis Institute of Health Sciences (SIHS), with a residential medical officer is a vital feature of the campus. The SIHS has a team of specialised doctors who conduct the (compulsory) annual health check-up. Every student is insured under the Mediclaim and Road Traffic Accident Policy. Further the college has a gymnasium equipped with the latest workout machines and also a workout hall for Yoga & Aerobics.

    The gym is well-equipped and employs qualified instructors. The yoga centre helps students de-stress and attain a physical and mental sense of well-being.


    The Wi-Fi enabled library provides access to more than 24000 books, about 2000 audio and video CDs, DVDs, International and National business periodicals in diverse areas of Leadership, Business, Entrepreneurship and Management. There is enough space and material for students to sit and read about the topic of their choice.

    Further, the Harvard Publication Research Centre, access to on-line data bases including EBSCO and EMERALD and the institution’s membership with the British Library give students a global exposure and in-depth learning about business issues affecting organizations today. The Library also provides online book search and booking facility (OPAC).

    Basic Amenities

  • Cafeteria and juice shop
  • Convenience Store
  • Bus facility
  • The mess provides three meals a day with a variety of cuisines catering to the needs of the student community. The cafeteria provides its services until late night hours keeping the energy levels of the students high, round the clock. The campus also has a Nescafe outlet and a juice shop. Further, there is a provisional store which caters to the basic daily needs of the students. A photocopy and printer shop is also there. Laundry facility is also provided by the institute. Further institute also provides frequent bus service to and fro the campus and the Atur centre.


    SCMHRD has a state of the art fully air conditioned auditorium with the capacity to hold 300 people at a time. The auditorium is used on regular basis to host the regional and national level events and seminars. The auditorium is also used to host the cultural events of the campus.


    On campus residential facilities are available for every student. There separate residential blocks for boys and girls which provide triple sharing rooms with attached bathrooms. Amenities like 24x7 hot water supply, twice a week room cleaning service and laundry are also provided. A well stocked provisional store and juice shop takes care of the daily needs of the student. Besides that the ‘Bala’ shop in the boys’ hostel, ensures that students don’t have to bear hunger pangs at any time.

    Swimming Pool

    Nothing is better than a swimming pool to ward off the daily mental exertion. Keeping this in mind, SCMHRD also provide the swimming pool to its student. The water quality of pool is regularly monitored. Besides that we also have a trainer available on campus to teach swimming to students free of cost.

    Computer Labs

    The campus has several computer labs. Specialized labs such as SAP lab and Oracle lab is also available for the benefit of the students. The computer lab sessions are also a part of several core courses such as Statistics ,Economics ,Marketing Research and Research Methodology.

    Student Activity Centre

    The student Activity Centre houses the numerous clubs and committees. This is the control centre for the meticulous planning and execution of events scheduled to take place in the campus throughout the year.

    Music Rooms

    At SCMHRD, we strongly believe in the power of music to relieve you of all tensions and to provide a breeding ground of creative ideas. So, to strengthen this believe we have a music room in our campus, housing many musical instruments.


    The campus and hostels of SCMHRD are fully Wifi enabled which ensures that you do not have to restrict yourself to any particular space to harness the full power of internet. Besides that we have a wifi room in our campus where you can access the internet at very high speed uninterrupted at any time of the day.



    Mr. Ganesh Natarajan                     Founder & Chairman, 5F World Pvt Ltd


    Dr. S.B.Mujumdar Chancellor, Symbiosis International (Deemed University)
    Dr. Vidya Yeravdekar Pro Chancellor, Symbiosis International (Deemed University) 
    Dr. Rajani Gupte

    Vce Chancellor, Symbiosis International (Deemed University) 

    Mr. D R Kurane Group President, Human Capital Management, Yes Bank 
    Mr. Pramod Mahatme Vice President Employee Relations, Wipro 
    Mr. Chetan Tolia  Director, Gravitech Business Solutions Pvt Ltd.
    Mr. Vineet Patni Ex CXO Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance Co Ltd.

    Dr. Ram Mudambi Fox School of BusinessTemple University, USA

      Frank M. Speakman Professor of Strategy,
    Dr. Damodar Golhar Professor, Haworth College of Business, Western Michigan University, USA
     Dr. Pratima  Sheorey Director, SCMHRD

    Sr. No.

    Name of the Committee

    Constituents of Committee

    Terms for the Committee


    Internal Complaints Sub-Committee

    Chairperson : Dr.Netra Neelam, Deputy Director, SCMHRD


    1.Dr VirajaBhat. Asst Professor, SIIB

    2.Ms.Vidyavati Ramteke, Asst Professor, SCIT

    3. Mr Vinay Nindane, Admin Officer, SIIB

    4. Mrs. Savitha Nair, Admin Officer, SCIT

    5.Ms. Renuka Mukadam, Independent Consultant and Trainer, Prevention of Sexual Harassment (POSH), Pune

    Student Representative:-

    1.Mr. Ayush Trivedi, SCMHRD, PRN: 18020343008

    2.Ms. Mannat Arora, SIIB, PRN: 18020241120

    3. Ms. Uma Ashwini, SCIT, PRN: 18030242025

    Member Secretary:-

    Head-Student Affairs/ One of the Members of the Committee from amongst the Non­ Teaching employee

    Term: 3 years

    • Frequency : As and when required 

    • Convener : Head-Student Affairs/ One of the Members of the Committee from amongst the Non­ Teaching employee

    • Role: To handle cases , if any 


    Anti Ragging Committee

    Chairperson : Dr. Dhanya Pramod Director, SCIT


    1. Mr.Pratap Shinde, Deputy Engineer, MIDC
    2. Mr. Milan Kurkute, Police Sub-Inspector, Hinjawadi Police Station

    3.Mr. Dheeraj Bengrut, Senior Correspondent, Hindustan Times

    4. Ms. Shaila Limaye. Managing Trustee, MajhiMaitrin Charitable Trust(MMCT)

    5. Dr. Prakash Rao, Deputy Director, SIIB

    6. Dr. Netra Neelam, Deputy Director, SCMHRD

    7. Ms. Mitali Limaye, Parent Representative, SCMHRD

    8. Mr. Gopal Singh, Parent Representative, SCIT

    9.VaishaliUpadhyay, Student Representative, SCIT

    10. Joel Prakash Noronha, Student Representative, SIIB

    11. Col. P L Kadam, Campus Administrator, SIC

    Term: 2 years

    • Frequency: As and when required

    • Convener: Col. P L Kadam

    • Role: To investigate a case of Ragging, if any 


    Grievance Redressal


    Chairperson : Director

    Members :

    1. Dr. Netra Neelam, Deputy Director
    2. Dr. Manish Sinha, Associate Professor
    3. Dr. Vaishali Mahajan, Associate Professor

    • Convener: Mr. Dashrath

    Student Representative:-

    1. Ms.Kajal Puglia (18020341075)- MBA - Mobile No. –8866299846
    2. Mr. Rohan Kumar Jain (18020341234)- MBA - Mobile No. - 8017158060 

    • Coordinator: Mr. Dashrath

    Term: 2 years

    • Frequency : As and when required 
    • Convener : Mr. Dashrath

    • Role:
    1. To attend to the grievances of the Students (Academics, Library & Admin)
    2. To prepare /submit , report / findings and recommend penalties to the competent authorities


    Anti-Ragging Squad

    Chairperson : Dr. Mandar Pande, Professor, SCIT


    1.Dr. Sandip Solanki, Associate Professor, SIIB

    2.Dr. Nirmal Salvi, Assistant Director-Physical Edu &Sports,Department of Sports Recreation and Wellness(DSRW)

    3.Prateek Davey, Student Representative, SCIT

    4. Amisha, Student Representative, SCMHRD

    5. Mr. Vinay Nindane, Admin. Officer, SIIB

    6.Col. P L Kadam, Campus Administrator, SIC

    Term: 2 years

    • Frequency: As and when required 

    • Convener: Col. P L Kadam
    • Role: To carry out surprise raids at hostel and Academic premises for checking incidences of ragging, if any


    Counseling Centre

    for Women

    Chairperson : Director


    1. Dr. Vinita Sinha, Associate Professor

    2. Dr. Aditi Naidu, Assistant Professor

    Coordinator: Ms. Arati Vaidya

    Term: 1 year

    • Frequency: As and when required

    • Convener: Ms. Arati Vaidya

    • Role: To advice, help, counsel the students as per Pre-determined period or as and when required.


    Anti Discrimination cell

    Chairperson : Director


    1. Dr. Monica Assistant Professor
    2. Dr. Shantanu Prasad, Assistant Professor
    3. Ms. Gauri Joshi, Academic Associate
    4. Col.Kiran Kanade (Retd), Admin Officer

    Coordinator: Ms. Snehal Mulekar

    Term: 2 years

    • Frequency: As and when required

    • Convener: Ms. Snehal Mulekar

    • Role: To handle cases , if any 


    Gender Sensitisation Cell

    Chairperson : Director


    1. Dr. Netra Neelam, Deputy Director
    2. Dr. Rakesh Yadav, Asst. Professor
    3. Dr. Dipasha Sharma, Asst. Professor
    4. Col.Kiran Kanade (Retd), Admin Officer

    Coordinator: Ms. Sujata Jadhav

    Term: 2 years

    • Frequency: As and when required

    • Convener: Ms. Sujata Jadhav

    • Role: To handle cases , if any 


    Library Advisory Committee

    Chairperson : Director


    1. Dr. Netra Neelam, Deputy Director
    2. Col. Kiran Kanade (Retd.), Admin Officer
    3. Dr. Manoj Hudnurkar, Professor
    4. Ms. Richa Priya, Tech Instructor

    Student representatives:

    1. Ms. Diksha Ravi (MBA 2018 -20)
    2. Mr. Harshal Dange (MBA-IM 2018-20)
    1. Mr. Ranit Oberai (MBA-BA 2019-21)
    2. Ms. Swati Mehta (MBA 2019-21)

    Library Advisor-Dr. Sangeeta Paliwal

    Coordinator: Mr. Avinash Babar

    Term: 1 year

    • Frequency: Once a Semester 

    • Convener: Mr. Avinash Babar 

    • Role: Day –to–day functioning, administrative and financial decisions of the library.


    Students Counseling Committee

    Chairperson : Director


    1. Dr. Netra Neelam, Deputy Director
    2. Dr. Vaishali Mahajan, Asso. Professor
    3. Col. Kiran Kanade (Retd) (AO)

    Coordinator: Ms. Snehal Modhave

    Term: 1 year

    • Frequency: As and when required 

    • Convener: Ms. Snehal Modhave

    •  Role: To provide counseling to a case as and when required 


    Sports Committee

    Chairperson : Director

    Faculty In Charge

    Dr. Subhasis Sen, Asso. Professor

    Student representatives:

    1. Nitumoni Daimari – PRN 18020341130, Mobile No. 7577041316

    2. Shubhangi Gaur – PRN 18020343045, Mobile No. 7776823539

    3. Mr. Chiranjeev Senapati– PRN 18020341066, Mobile No.7008120944

    1. Akrit Joshi – PRN 18020341104, Mobile No. 7719884776

    Coordinator: Ms. Snehal Mulekar

    Term: 1 year

    • Frequency: As and when required

    • Convener: Ms. Snehal Mulekar


    Digital Marketing and Web Site Committee

    Chairperson : Dr. Rajagopal


    1. Mr. Sanjay Bhattacharya, Asst. Prof
    2. Mr. Suhas Ambekar, Asst. Prof.
    3. Mrs. Anjali Bahutule, Sr. Network Administrator
    4. Mr. Amit Koparde, Sr. Coordinator

    Coordinator: Mr. Amit Koparde

    Term: 1 year

    • Frequency : As and when required 

    • Convener : Mr. Amit Koparde


    SCMHRD Crisis Management Committee 

    Head : Director


    1. Dr. Netra Neelam– Deputy Director

    2. Dr. Pankaj Sharma –Asso. Professor

    3. Dr. Vinita Sinha - Asso. Prof

    4. Dr. Rahul Hiremath, Asst. Prof
    5. Col Kiran Kanade – Admin Officer
    6. Dr.Neha Kulkarni, MO, SCHC
    7. Lt. Col. (Retd.) P.L. Kadam, Campus Administrator

    Two Student Members:-

    1. Ms. Ruta Satish Joshi (MBA 2019-21)
    2. Mr. Shardul Thorat(MBA-IDM 2019-21)

    Coordinator: Mr. Sachin Kshirsagar.

    Term: 1 year

    • Frequency: As and when required

    • Convener:Mr. Sachin Kshirsagar.

    • Role:
    1. To deal with crisis & emergency.
    2. To take preventive measures.
    3. To recommend corrective / improvement measures.


    Campus Wellness Advisory Committee (CWAC)


    1. Col Kanade K R (Retd)

    Student representatives:

    1. Mr. Ankur Goyal, (MBA 2019-21), Mobile No.8288836839

    2.Ms. Rupali Ravindra Jadhav (MBA-IDM 2019-21)Mobile No. 9860927766


    Campus Food Committee Members


    1. Ms. Ananya Chakraborty – PRN 18020343001 Mobile No. 8697280760

    2. Mr. Rajeev Anand – PRN 18020341137 Mobile No. 9861296182

    3. Shrushank Shinde – PRN 19020342043 Mobile No. 9004288997

    4. Naik Preethi Poovappa – PRN 19020341024 Mobile No. 9757272945

    Notification for AACSB Accreditation


    Symbiosis International University-Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development Earns AACSB International Accreditation

    Tampa, Fla., USA (February 13, 2020)AACSB International (AACSB) announces that Symbiosis International University-Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development (SCMHRD) has earned accreditation. Founded in 1916, AACSB is the longest-serving global accrediting body for business schools, and the largest business education network connecting students, educators, and businesses worldwide.

    “AACSB accreditation recognizes institutions that have demonstrated a focus on excellence in all areas, including teaching, research, curriculum development, and student learning,” said Stephanie M. Bryant, executive vice president and chief accreditation officer of AACSB. “We congratulate SCMHRD and Director Pratima Sheorey on earning accreditation, and applaud the entire SCMHRD team—including the administration, faculty, staff, and students—for their roles in earning this respected honor.”

    Synonymous with the highest standards of quality, AACSB accreditation inspires new ways of thinking within business education globally and, as a result, has been earned by only 5 percent of the world's schools offering business degrees at the bachelor’s level or higher. Today, 874 institutions across 56 countries and territories maintain AACSB accreditation. Furthermore, 190 institutions maintain supplemental AACSB accreditation for their accounting programs.

    “The AACSB journey has been an amazing learning experience,” said Director Sheorey. “It gave us the opportunity to benchmark ourselves against some of the best business schools in the world. All the volunteers and staff at AACSB have helped us to learn and grow tremendously to achieve accreditation. This journey enabled us to relook at our existing processes with respect to teaching and learning, employability, and, most importantly, the quality and kind of research we produce.”

    AACSB accreditation provides a framework of 15 international standards against which business schools around the world assess the quality of their educational services. These standards ensure continuous improvement and provide focus for schools to deliver on their mission, innovate, and drive impact. AACSB-accredited schools have successfully undergone a rigorous review process conducted by their peers in the business education community, ensuring that they have the resources, credentials, and commitment needed to provide students with a first-rate, future-focused business education. 

    “SCMHRD’s commitment to earning accreditation is a true reflection of their dedication—not only to their students, alumni network, and greater business community, but to the higher education industry as a whole,” said Bryant. “Today’s students are tomorrow’s business leaders, and SCMHRD’s addition to the network of AACSB-accredited business schools will have a lasting positive impact for their institution, both locally and globally.”

    AACSB also announced that the Business School of Central University of Finance and Economics; East China University of Science and Technology; Huazhong University of Science and Technology; ICFAI Business School, Hyderabad; INALDE Business School; Indian Institute of Management Lucknow; Paris School of BusinessSILC Business School, Shanghai University; Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos - UNISINOS; and Waseda Business School, Waseda University have earned accreditation in business. The School of Management at Xiamen University has earned accreditation in business and accounting. 


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