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Prof. (Dr.) Kapil Pandla

Prof. (Dr.) Kapil Pandla

Dean, Sharda School of Business Studies


Dr. Kapil is passionate teacher, able administrator and a keen researcher. Prior to joining Sharda University he was Professor and Dean at ISBF (Affiliate Centre of UoL under academic direction of LSE), before that he served IMI Bhubaneswar as Dean, Business Development,  NIIT University as Area Director, IFIM (now JagSoM) Bangalore, Gautam Buddha University, Greater Noida Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida., Aravali Institute of Management Jodhpur, Management and Commerce Institute of Global Synergy, Ajmer He has conducted various Management, Officers and Faculty Development Programmes on topics such as Gender Sensitisation, Leadership and Team Building, Self-Development, Effective Communication, Effective Teaching Methods (Role Plays, Game, Case Studies etc.) for Government and private sector employees. Trained more than 5000 Managers, Officers and Faculty Members.

Wrote several case studies and research papers in national and international journals. Write up of Case study titled ‘Recruitment Fiasco published in Economic Times and available on “Case Centre and Case study titled “Honda Crisis: Lessons to be learnt” on industrial relations was adjudged as one of the best case by the editorial board amongst various entries from countries like France, Germany, Thailand, Malaysia, Sri Lanka etc. There is one patent in his name. Currently he is working on  ICSSR Funded project as Project Director.

He is also on the Board of Advisors, Confederation of Education Excellence (CEE)


  • 25 years
  • Ph D
  • MBA
Award & Recognition

  • Best Faculty award at NIIT University

Area of Interest

  • High Performing Organisation
  • Counterproductive workplace behaviour
  • perceived organisation support, Stress management etc.