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Prof. Meenakshi Malya (4th Feb 1936- ), was a faculty member of IIMA for fourteen years from Feb 1966 to June 1980. She was associated with the Centre for Management in Agriculture (CMA), Production & Quantitative Methods Area and Economics Area, and was best known for co-teaching the course 'Mathematics and Statistics for Management' (MSM, popularly called Mote-Saha-Malya for the faculty who taught it). She wrote numerous cases, books, consulted and taught in executive education programmes. She held several administrative positions including Co-ordinator of 3-Tiered Programme in 1969 at Agra, Chair of Management Development Programmes (1974-75), Alumni Activities (1977-78), Research & Publications (1978-79), Member of Placement Committee (1976-78), Policy & Planning Committee (1978-79) and was a member of the core group at IIMA advising on the establishment of the Indian Institute of Forest Management (1978-79). She held a M. Sc from Aberdeen and a DBA (PhD) in Managerial Economics from Harvard (1969-73), the latter degree sponsored by IIMA. She resigned in 1980 for spiritual pursuits in an ashram in Pune. In this hour-long interview, she recounts her life from her early days and observes many aspects of IIMA during her time.
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Title: Prof. Meenakshi Malya on Mathematics and Statistics for Management
Title: Prof. Meenakshi Malya on joining IIMA in 1966
Title: Prof. Meenakshi Malya on Kamla Chowdhry and gender diversity among Faculty
Title: Prof. Meenakshi Malya on Louis Kahn
Title: Prof. Meenakshi Malya on teaching interactions with students
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