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Dr. Roshan Lal Raina is Professor in 'Communication Area' at the Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow (IIML), where he has contributed to institution building in areas like 'Corporate Communication & Media Relations', 'Student & Alumni Affairs, and Placements'.
Dr. Raina has vast experience of providing academic leadership and administering day-to-day activities of premier management educational institutes.
Dr Raina's contributions in core academic areas are many and varied. On the academic front, besides teaching a variety of innovative and need-based core and elective courses in the 'Communication Area', he has undertaken several prestigious assignments in educational institutes in US, UK, France, Germany, and Canada. Reputed organizations like the Fulbright Foundation (USA), the British Council (UK), the Max Mueller Bhawan (Germany), the ESCP-EAP (France), and the IDRC (Canada) sponsored these assignments. At home, too, he has worked for the Ministry of Agriculture, DSIR, and CSIR, all under GOI.
In terms of research, he has authored 6 and edited 11 bestselling books, journal volumes, and conference/seminar proceedings. Dr. Raina has published 70 research papers in national and international level peer-reviewed journals and has also presented (mostly on invitation) 118 papers in national and international conferences and seminars.
Dr. Raina took two day session at Doon Business School. First day He took "Faculty Development session" with all the faculties of Doon Business School. The second day he had a session with Dbs students. He took 4 hours lecture on "Effective Communication".
These interactions make the students more clear about the place they want to be and DBS gives many opportunities to all their students.
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