Shailesh J. Mehta School of Management (popularly known as SJMSOM or simply SOM) is a public business school and part of Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. SJMSOM was established in 1995 to promote interdisciplinary learning while keeping up with a fast-changing business environment with the objective of transforming professionals with technological backgrounds into the "Renaissance Leaders" of tomorrow. In 2000, the school was renamed to Shailesh J. Mehta School of Management, in honor of Dr. Shailesh J. Mehta, a distinguished alumnus of IIT Bombay and a contributor to the school. The head of school is Prof GK Adil. Prof Karuna Jain, Dr. Anand Patwardhan and Dr. Mangesh Korgaonkar (aka MGK) preceded Prof. Jain as the directors of the school.
SJMSOM, being situated in a technological institute with a strong background in entrepreneurship, can draw on varied intellectual resources. This unique positioning of the school gives it access to technological resources, an incubation cell (SINE) and resources of varied interdisciplinary sciences (Industrial Design, Humanities, IT, etc.).
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