Symbiosis Centre for Behavioural Studies (SCBS)

SCBC has been established to intensify the thrust of behavioural research scholarship within Symbiosis International (Deemed University). Often associated with management studies and social sciences, behavioural science explores the activities and interactions among human beings. Studies in behavioural sciences includes investigation and analysis of an individual, or human relationships through behavioural aspects. The centre is multi-disciplinary and encourages behavioural research from the various faculty within the university. Infrastructure at SCBS is equipped with state-of-the-art hardware and contemporary software to facilitate modern scientific research.

SCBS has a three-pronged aim of

  • Increasing quality research in behavioural sciences
  • Publishing in reputed journals
  • Consulting to organizations

Collaborative research is an agenda of SCBS and we invite an outside-in approach for research, solving problems that are not only of academic interest but of societal relevance.

SCBS encourages research in such functions as Healthcare, Sales and Marketing, International Relations, Personnel Management, Communication, Media and Design amongst others. It also finds applications in Criminology, Sociology, Politics and Anthropology.

Latest Updates
  • SCBS conducted Eye Tracking Simulation for SID students on 4th January 2019.
  • FDP on Experimental Design by Dr. Suresh Ramanathan, (Professor of Marketing, Mays Business School at Texas A&M University) 17th & 18th March 2018.
  • FDP on Tobii Eye Tracker Training by Mr. Parag Amodkar, (Regional Manager, Tobii Pro, Sweden) 25th April 2018.
  • MoU with Bond University for Teaching and Research Exchange
  • FDP in The Theory and Practice of Experimental Studies by Dr. Rajat Roy (Bond University), 13 July.
  • Best Paper of the Track Award at ICMAC 2018- Prof Josraj Arakkal (SIMC)and Dr. Preetha Menon (SCBS)