Global Research Centre
Research refers to search for knowledge to understand and explain the world we live in. The research studies show that the major difference between developing and developed countries is knowledge. According to Peter Drucker the basic economic resource is no longer capital, nor natural resources, nor labour, it is and will be knowledge. The Global Institute do realizes the importance of research for creating knowledge. It provides research based professional knowledge to the students and develops their ability to use that knowledge. To facilitate and assist the students the Global Institute has developed a research centre with the following objectives:
- Establish and maintain links with other research centres at national and international levels.
- Prepare educational materials (case studies, exercises etc.) for students of the Global Institute.
- Undertake research for curricula development for the courses being offered by the Global Institute.
- Establish and maintain links with public and private sectors organizations to identify their research and human resource requirements.
- Provide input to the students and the faculty for selection of research areas and topics.
- Provide guidance and assist students for their research projects.
- Guide students for selection of “area for specialization” basing on their aptitude and market demands.
- Maintain links with the HEC approved supervisors for guidance of students at the Global Institute for their research projects.
- Publish a scholarly Journal.