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The Doctoral program at DoMS is geared to provide students opportunities for professional leadership in all the major fields of management as well as unique areas like corporate governance, and innovation and sustainability. The objective of the Ph.D. program is to inculcate research skills and provide an adequate orientation towards leadership and entrepreneurship for doctoral scholars. With several faculty members who are passionate about research, the academic culture at DoMS ensures researchers are encouraged to explore, question, and actively seek peer feedback while developing socially useful projects and ideas. At a broader level, the Ph.D. program aims to prepare scholars to maintain linkages with organizations, institutions, economy, society, and environment.

Indicative Areas of Research

• Accounting

• Business Ethics

• Commerce

• Decision sciences

• Employment Relations

• Human Resource Management

• Business Communication

• Business Information Systems

• Customer Relationship Management

• Economics

• Finance

• Marketing

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Our Scholars


Mr. Sandeep Parekh

DOJ: 20/7/2017

Topic: Role of a modern financial regulator: governance, accountability and performance – lessons from the world.
Guide: Dr. Y.V. Ramana Murthy


Col. Milind R Vyas

DOJ: 20/7/2017

Topic: Research proposal on the proposed Conceptual & Empirical Research on Model of Corporate Governance Credit System based on Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainability Practices by listed as well as unlisted companies.
Guide: Dr. Pinaki Nandan Pattnaik & Dr. Neha Pathakji


Ms. Ritika Kishore Vaid

DOJ: 29/7/2016

Topic: Incubation and accelerator ecosystem: India vs developed countries (with special focus on Germany).
Guide: Dr. Pinaki Nandan Pattnaik


Mr. Sunil Jose Gregory

DOJ: 29/7/2016

Topic: A study of the various Intellectual Property (IP) regimes that govern ‘Software’, across the world, illustrate the internal and external inconsistencies and suggest a ‘sue-generis’ approach to address the inconsistencies.
Guide: Prof. Vidyadhar Reddy


Mr. Ajay Singh Chauhan

DOJ: 29/7/2016

Topic: Fair Wage Policy for Contract Labour of Oil and Natural Gas Sector in India:  A Study of ONGC Limited.
Guide: Dr. Pinaki Nandan Pattnaik & Dr. T. Raghavendra Rao