One of the most important driving forces behind the earnest attempt to reach heights of academic brilliance at the institution has been the ongoing research activity. In their endeavour to enrich knowledge in contributing towards quality education, faculty members in all departments have been involved in consistent research work. 15 faculty members in the school hold doctoral degrees. With the increase in number of doctoral degree holders in the campus, the school has initiated doctoral program under the departments of Management & Commerce, Computer Science, Visual communications, Education & Languages in domains such as English Language Teaching, English Literature, Translation Studies, Human Resources, Finance, Marketing, Inclusive Education, Image Processing, Networking, Data Mining, Data Analytics and New Media. This has helped many faculty members pursue their doctoral degree and upgrade their credential. Contribution towards research has also been in the form of paper presentations at national and international conferences and through journal publications. The school has around 300+ publications with over 200 research papers indexed in SCOPUS database. Participation in workshops and seminars on emerging areas help them gain deeper and wider understanding of their research domain. The School strongly believes in the dictum that ‘knowledge grows when shared’ and encourages faculty members to do so. To enhance the research synergy faculty members and students interested in the same research domain form a Thrust Area Group (TAG) which focuses on both intellectual and infrastructural improvement. Membership to professional bodies such as Computer Society of India (CSI), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) facilitate the conduct of expert lectures, technical talks, seminars, conferences and help promote industry interface. By encouraging students to participate in co-curricular activities, the dedicated staff members focus on all-round development of every individual student.