MIT Institute of Design

Faculty Team

Asst Prof. Tejas Karad


Associate Prof. Tejas Karad

Design Management

Tejas Karad is a growth-minded intrapreneur, design thinking enthusiast and a budding researcher, piloting novel post-graduate courses at MIT Institute of Design to nurture a new breed of innovators – informed by design thinking, influenced by future technologies and trends, guided by business studies and lined with humanities. He has successfully led the MIT School of Distance Education, transforming it’s qualitative and quantitative parameters. He has also built facilities management vertical of MIT Group of Institutions in his early carrier.

He is a result-oriented management professional with rich and extensive experience as Assistant Professor and Project Director at MIT Group of Institutions. He is proactive in assessing educational innovation needs and effectively aligning the resources with objectives. He is actively involved in supervising / managing operational planning and development, directing day-to-day academic and associated operations. He is influential in making organization one of the top brands in the industry. He possesses exceptional organizational skills with a positive, professional attitude and a strong commitment towards excellence.

He holds outstanding analytical skills, problem-solving capabilities, and innovation skills honed during Bachelors of Mechanical Engineering from University of Pune having acquired first-class grades. He has international exposure due to master studies of MSc Management from Imperial College Business School London. He has developed a sustainability outlook and multi-cultural understanding during his participation in Swedish Institute Fellowship Program in Singapore, Sweden, and Philippines. He has strong leadership and management skills, proven in many event organizing opportunities. He is a highly persuasive and influential character exhibited in his sports of Kabaddi and Marathon Running.