PGRC Research Cell


Pocket of Excellence: Research & Development The Objectives of Pocket of Excellence: Research & Development are: To foster and inculcate the culture of research amongst the faculty members and students. To contribute to the body of knowledge by innovative research activities. To encourage students and faculty members through providing insight into research by conducting various research conferences, seminars, FDPs, Workshops. Promoting research mind set amongst all. To use the interventions like focused research conferences, FDP’s and students research projects.

Facilities for Research Students


Pocket of Excellence: Research & Development The Objectives of Pocket of Excellence: Research & Development are: To foster and inculcate the culture of research amongst the faculty members and students. To contribute to the body of knowledge by innovative research activities. To encourage students and faculty members through providing insight into research by conducting various research conferences, seminars, FDPs, Workshops. Promoting research mind set amongst all. To use the interventions like focused research conferences, FDP’s and students research projects.

Data Base EBSCO :

Student can access online ‘EBSCO HOST’ data base. This data base is the world’s largest source of full text International Journals in all disciplines of management, abstracts and indexing.

Business Source Elite :

Students can also have access to ‘BUSINESS SOURCE ELITE’ which is the world’s largest resource of full text business publications. This database also offers non-journal contents such as financial data-base, monographs, conference proceedings, case studies, industry reports etc. We also have access to I gate & J gate databases

Research Journal “KHOJ” :

Students can also have access to ‘BUSINESS SOURCE ELITE’ which is the world’s largest resource of full text business publications. This database also offers non-journal contents such as financial data-base, monographs, conference proceedings, case studies, industry reports etc. We also have access to I gate & J gate databases

Prof. Meenal Pendse talks about the MIT-WPU library and the vast store house of information in it which can be utilised by students to streamline their research and effectively participate in seminars, workshops and projects.