CBERSarat C Das
Sarat C DasDean (Research) at C3S, Spain & co-owns Aspire Business School, Barcelona, Spain, Regional Director (partnership), Bucks New University (UK)
Sarat Chandra Das has well over two-and-a-half decades of working career behind him, spanning television broadcasting, print and new media, publishing and teaching in Australia, Afghanistan, Nepal, Spain, Thailand, UAE and the UK’s higher and further education sector which accounts for nearly a decade of teaching in higher education space. Currently, Das works as dean (research) at C3S, Spain and co-owns Aspire Business School, Barcelona, Spain. Besides he works with multiple American, Canadian, Australian and the UK universities setting up their approved centres, structuring their delivery on MOOC / VLE and arranging for research and academic collaboration with peer-group universities, institutes and government agencies across the world. A large part of this delivery in recent years is arranged through his UK-based nodal company KiLax Ltd, Academy of Policy and Research, a London based think tank and seminar organisation which Das co-owns with others, and an official position Das keeps with Bucks New University (UK based public research university) as its regional director (partnership) located in UAE. Most of Das’s education career has been in key positions involving teaching and overseeing the delivery of UK university programmes such as University of Wales, Anglia Ruskin University, University of Brighton at Hastings campus, and Cardiff Metropolitan University. Level 8 students research group. Prior to this, he was involved in managing editorial production of newspaper, new media, book publishing and television broadcasting. At the beginning of the pandemic, Sarat Das founded the public healthcare campaign ''Fight Corona'' with local chapters dotting across the world.
Widely published in both scholarly press and popular media, Das in recent years largely shifted his focus to peer-reviewed academic journals and books following the assignment to cover the London Olympics for a syndication service (published with Yahoo!). His published portfolio in popular media includes Gemini (Panos Features), Dotlit (Australian literary magazine published by Queensland University of Technology), Times of India, Yahoo!, Statesman, Hindustan Times, Economic Times, Observer, Dataquest, Indrama, Blitz, Discover India, Swagat, Pioneer, Sify, Tribune, Northeast Sun, DNA, Deccan Chronicle, etc. Das’s broad areas of research interest include disciplines such as philosophy, literature, social science and cultural anthropology, and any of this subject area’s crossover to management. His much-cited research papers are truth theories, post-structuralism, surrealism, existentialism, thought experiment, Social Network Analysis, and repurposing some of the popular discourses for management discipline, i.e, Peter Drucker’s knowledge worker, Malinowski's ethnography of ''participant observation'', Stanley Milgram’s social psychology experiments, etc. Das also writes a regular column in a few publications, such as Business India.