Dr Indrajit Dube is Professor at Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur. He has gone on to work as a practitioner, legal executive, and academician. His areas of interest include Corporate Laws, Corporate Governance and Corporate Environmental Governance. He has been teaching these and allied courses in undergraduate and post graduate levels for more than fifteen years in different Universities, National Law Schools and Management Schools.
Indrajit Dube has numerous publications in refereed journals published from India and abroad. His writings are mainly focused on Independent Directors, Directors Liability, Integrated Reporting, Corporate Social Responsibility, Corporate Governance in Energy Sector, Environmental Governance etc. He has several books to his credit. His book on Corporate Governance published by Lexis Nexis Butterworths is widely referred to National and International Institutes of eminence.
Indrajit Dube has conducted about twenty funded projects from agencies, both national as well as International. He led the team to develop the institutional framework of the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, New Delhi, a premier Institute on Corporate Law Governance and Research set up under the aegis of Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India. He has played an important role in the National Mission Project on River Ganga and led the team on law, policy and governance. He has structured and designed online course modules through a dedicated portal for the Ministry of Information Technology, Government of India. He has offered consultancies to several regulatory bodies, business houses and organizations over the years.
Indrajit Dube has been invited to participate in multi-stakeholder expert consultation in Toronto being organized in support of the mandate of the United Nations on Business and Human Rights. He has also been invited as Visiting Faculty at the University of Western Ontario, Ontario, Canada and the University of British Columbia, British Columbia, Canada. Recently, he has the distinction of being invited to deliver the Kirby Lecture Series at the School of Law, University of New England, Australia.