The society is a nonprofit, global, a professional association with a mission to build and sustain partnership between management professionals, government, non government organizations, business and academic institutions, to address people to meet the challenges that impact on education systems and serve community.

  • To Provide a platform where academicians, research scholars and students can meet at the same platform and share advancements in research and development in their research area.
  • To Provide thought leadership, Education and research in the areas of Management and Behavioral sciences.
  • To conduct awareness programs, workshops, conferences, Seminars etc. to promote education and research in India.
  • To Promote Higher Education in India.
  • To promote Research and Development in the Fields of Higher Education.
  • The educational Society conduct health awareness camp in rural area of India.
  • Publishing useful literary works for the welfare and development of research in Highr Eduacation.
  • The educational Society will conduct Women and Child Welfare (including rehabilitation programmes) and prorogation of de-adiction rogramme.

The behavioral science approach to management has evolved since its appearance shortly after the Second World War, over the intervening sixty years, from the early work of B.F. Skinner, Maslow and McGregor to a myriad of applications, conscious or otherwise, in a great variety of employment environments. It remains relevant because it deals with human emotions, achievements and satisfaction, and these elements will always dictate the productivity and outcome of an organization so long as that organization continues to employ people.

Douglas McGregor and Abraham Maslow dedicated their lives to the understanding of human behavior and its application in organizational management. A large number of other psychologists, management theorists and sociologists have taken the behavioral approach.

The behavioural science approach is concerned with the social and psychological aspects of human behaviour in organisation. Many of the conclusions of the Howthorne studies were reaffirmed by the subsequent research studies, but certain ideas were extended and others highlighted by the behavourial scientists.

The behavioural scientists have shown how human beings bring to their task aspects of behaviour, which the effective manager should profitably understand. After all, it is individuals and groups with which a manager is concerned and while organisational roles are designed to accomplish group purposes, people must fill these roles.

Thus, the behavioural sciences have provided managers with a more systematic understanding of one of the most critical factors in the process of management—the human element. Insights evolving from that understanding have been used to design work situations that encourage increased productivity. It has enabled organisations to formulate programmes to more efficiently train workers and managers, and it has effects in numerous other areas of practical significance.
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