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Applications are Invited for the Position of Director General
Recruitment of Administrative & IR Officer and Assistant Officer - Accounts
ASCI needs Faculty in Center for Healthcare Management
In-Company Training Programs
Advanced Techno Management Programme for DST (27-Oct-2014 to 28-Nov-2014)
Dr. Nirmalya Bagchi
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Mr. B.V.N. Sachendra

Training of Trainers Programme for Officers of Indian Railways (10-Nov-2014 to 14-Nov-2014)
Dr.Harsh Sharma

EDP for the Dy General Managers of Central Bank of India (17-Nov-2014 to 22-Nov-2014)
Dr. Lakshmi B

General Management Programme for Scientists for DST (17-Nov-2014 to 28-Nov-2014)
Prof Nirmala Apsingikar
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Dr.Dimple Grover

Leadership Essentials for Executives of ONGC (24-Nov-2014 to 28-Nov-2014)
Dr.Harsh Sharma

HRM for Line Managers of NPCIL Executives (24-Nov-2014 to 29-Nov-2014)
Ms.J Swarnalatha

Strategic Retreat for Management Team of Air India Limited (27-Nov-2014 to 29-Nov-2014)
Dr.K.N.Viswanatham

Project Implementation for Executives of Kamarajar Port Limited at Chennai (24-Nov-2014 to 25-Nov-2014)
Mr. B.V.N. Sachendra

Programme on Business Development - Joint Ventures for the Executives of ONGC Module I & II at Delhi(13-Nov-14 to 15-Nov-14)
Professor Mubeen Rafat

Research and Consultancy: The ASCI Approach

ASCI is an independent, autonomous, self-supporting public-purpose institution. It is a recognized scientific and industrial research organization (SIRO) by the Ministry of Science and Technology, GoI. ASCI has been providing technical assistance and advisory services in the applied research and consulting space to national and international clients and sponsors. These assignments have been of varied scale, scope and specialization spanning across general and functional management areas, theme-specific domains as well as sectoral disciplines. The number of projects on hand at any point of time exceeds 100. The objective of ASCI has been to catalyze and facilitate solutions on issues of topical interest and current concern to the corporate sector (business and industry) as well as the government. The assistance and advisory services of ASCI foster improved managerial practices in the client/sponsor organizations leading to better financial performance, good governance and long-term effectiveness. ASCI is thus focused as much on outcomes as on outputs.

The project clientele of ASCI is a virtual “who’s who” list, comprising such prestigious agencies and sponsors as the State and Central Governments, their various ministries/departments, constituent establishments, public enterprises, statutory organizations as well as autonomous bodies. ASCI is trusted with work by the International agencies too, like the constituent organizations of the United Nations, the World Bank Institute, Department for International Development (DfID, UK), the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC), etc.

Core competence of ASCI


ASCI is an institution of national importance established in 1956. The research activity commenced in 1973 with support from the Ford Foundation. Over the years, ASCI has carved a niche for itself on the strength of its domain expertise, well-researched inputs and well-rounded advice.

The project teams at ASCI are configured around the nature of problem the client encounters. Well-qualified and experienced faculty with exposure and sensitivity to the environment under study form the nucleus. These domain experts are backed up and supported by inter-disciplinary resources. The idea is to bring holistic perspective to the task at hand, with a longitudinal outlook and an integrated approach. Where needed, ASCI brings on board the project, external resource persons who have proven credentials in the relevant discipline and field of specialization.

Objectivity and Well-rounded advice

It is ASCI’s constant endeavor to integrate economic, social, cultural, financial, technological, regulatory, human, organizational, and environmental aspects as appropriate and applicable in the research design and analytical framework to work out a set of bias-free, apolitical, evidence-based and objective recommendations for tackling the issues delineated in the terms of reference of the assignments.

Gender Mainstreaming, Budgeting and Auditing: Practices for Equity and Accountability
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Strategic Human Resource Management
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Leadership Skills Development
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'Communication Skills for Managers
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Index Based Crop Insurance – Concepts, Design and Implementation
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Strategic Financial Management
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Digital Marketing: Engage With The Digital Generation
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Creating Social Value through Corporate Social Responsibility
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Developing the Leading Edge with Strategic Marketing
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Individual Excellence for Organisational Effectiveness
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Ethical Leadership in Public Governance
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Effective Human Resource Training & Development
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Improving Work Culture
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Finance for Non-Finance Executives
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Human Resource Management for Line Managers
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Materials and Supply Chain Management
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General Management Programme for Senior Executives (Session 124)
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Project Management for World Bank Aided Projects
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Project and Contract Management
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Public Private Partnership in Social Sector
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Procurement Procedures for the World Bank Aided Projects
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General Management Programme for Middle Level Executives - Managing in High Growth Environment
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Managing Strategic Innovation
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