Bhimaraya Metri joins as Director, IIM Trichy

Our Bureau Chennai | Updated on January 15, 2018 Published on April 06, 2017

Bhimaraya Metri

Bhimaraya Metri has taken over as Director of IIM Trichy. He succeeds Prafulla Agnihotri who was the B-school's founding director.Prior to joining IIM Trichy, Metri was the Dean at L&T Institute of Project Management, Vadodara. He also served as a Professor & Dean at MDI Gurgaon, IMI, New Delhi and as Professor In-charge of the Ph.D. Programmes at BITS Pilani.

Metri has rich academic administrative experience. An authority in the field of quality, project management and SCM, he has published over 100 research articles. He is also co-authored six books. He is on the editorial advisory boards of national and international journals. Metri received his Ph.D from IIT Powai, Mumbai and obtained his B.E from Govt. College of Engineering, Karad, and M.E. from Shivaji University, Kolhapur. He is the member of Decision Sciences Institute (DSI) USA and Institute of Supply Management (ISM) USA. Metri was on the Board of Directors of DSI and is the first Indian elected as the Vice President (Asia Pacific Division), Decision Sciences Institute (DSI), Texas, USA.

Published on April 06, 2017

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