Board of Governors of MSE

A number of leading academicians, prominent industrialists and well-known financial institutions took the initiative of founding the school. The school was registered as a charitable society under the Tamil Nadu Act 27 (Societies Registration Act – Government of India) of 1975 on September 23, 1993.

Dr. C. Rangarajan


Dr. A.C. Muthiah

Chairman Emeritus, SPIC Ltd.

Ms. Padmaja Chunduru

Managing Director & CEO, Indian Bank,

Shri S. Krishnan

I.A.S., Finance Secretary, Government of Tamil Nadu

Dr. M. Govinda Rao

Former Director, NIPFP &
Member 14th Finance Commission

Dr. M. Anandakrishnan

Former Chairman, IIT Kanpur

Prof. R. Radhakrishna

Center for Economic and Social Studies

Dr Anandi Subramanian

Principal Adviser,Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change

Shri R.A. Sankara Narayanan

Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer Canara Bank

Shri Atul Gautam

Managing Director & Chief Executive OfficerOriental Bank of Commerce

Shri G. Rajkiran Rai

Chairman and Managing Director,Union Bank of India

Shri Karnam Sekar

Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer,Indian Overseas Bank

Shri. S. Viji

Managing Director,
Brakes India Limited

Dr. U. Sankar

Hony. Professor, Madras School of Economics

Prof. A.P. Dash

Vice Chancellor,
Central University of Tamil Nadu

Shri Vijay M. Tonse

Chief General Manager, State Bank of India

Dr. K.R. Shanmugam

Director & Professor, MSE

The establishment of MSE was widely welcomed as an important initiative in the field of higher education and the MSE has received moral and material support from the government sector, corporate sector and a number of financial institutions across the country. The Government of Tamil Nadu generously provided land in a prime area in the city of Chennai on long term lease at a confessional rate. The Ministry of Finance, Government of India, sanctioned a capital grant of Rs. 3 crore for the establishment, construction and maintenance of MSE.

Contributions to our corpus have been made by several leading Indian companies and financial institutions. Some have made contributions to the general corpus while others have made contributions towards the construction of the library and the hostel.