Subramanian K

Subramanian K
Controller of Examinations
School of Contemporary Knowledge Systems

Dr.K.Subramanian, PhD holds research degrees in management (conflict management); postgraduate degrees in Business Administration (specialisation in HR and Systems), Psychology, and Sociology besides other higher diplomas. Currently employed as a faculty member in the School of Contemporary Knowledge Systems in Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth, Kochi Campus and entrusted as the Controller of Examinations. As an active researcher, he has to his credit several research articles besides two books. He was a faculty member in HR and OB Area in Christ university, SRM University,Sikkim and other leading B-Schools.Associated with leading textile management research forums and governmental departments in Southern and Northeastern Indian states; he is also a resource person for managerial workshops for Governmental officials. A recognised academician in the field of Conflict management, Transformative management and Gandhian practices, he is one of the youngest Post-doctoral fellow in management studies in India. Received awards from leading international associations working in the area of Peace studies and Conflict management and a recognised Ph.D guide. Current Research areas include- Conflict handling strategies among Managers; Indigeneous Management Practices; Temple administration; Kautilya’s Contribution to Indian Society; Ancient scriptural inputs to the management studies; Knowledge Organisations; Organisational Responsibility and Sustainability.


  • Ph.D
  • M.Phil(Management)
  • MBA (HR and Systems),MSc(Psychology)
  • MA(Sociology)
  • MA(Consciousness Studies)

Areas of Teaching

  • Human Resource Management, HR Analytics, Cross Cultural Management,Organisational Development

Research Interests

  • Conflict Transformation Practices, Alternative Dispute Resolution Systems. Organisational Sustainability and Responsibility, Temple Administration studies.


Unless we have a definite faith in the goal of our existence, and unless we believe, work for, and actually come to experience the goal positively as an existent factor, there is no hope of any plan becoming successful. —Swami Chinmayananda
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