Theodor Karl Sproll is a German social and economical scientist and Rector of the Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University Loerrach since 2013. After his school matriculation in Constance he did his National Service in Tank Regiment 294 in Stetten am kalten Markt and studied Social and Administrative Science at Constance University. From 1981 he was concurrently an employee of the Institute for Social- and Economic Science at the same University. In 1985, as an external employee of the institute, he took earned a doctorate in Economic Science with the theme “Drug Lists and Cost Containment”. From 2003 to 2005 he undertook further studies in various programmes at the Harvard Business School in Boston, where he is an Alumnus. After working in positions with Ciba-Geigy AG Basel, Hoffmann-La Roche AG, Grenzach-Wyhlen and as director of Novartis-Germany in Nurenberg he was elected to the board of Novartis Pharma AG Switzerland, latterly as Head of Global Market Access. In 2007 Theodor Sproll was appointed Professor, 2009 Dean of the Faculty of Economics and 2013 Rector of the Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University Loerrach.
He is married to Brigitte Sproll, with whom he has a daughter. Development and positioning of the BWL Health Management course: compilation of concepts, description of modules, acquiring education partners and lecturers. Emphasis of his teaching activities: marketing and sales, competitive strategy, negotiation. Supervision of General Studies with colleagues. Lecturer within the framework of the Erasmus programme. Leader of the Central Working Group Health Science of the DHBW. Appointed Vice-Rector and Dean of the Faculty of Economics at the Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University Loerrach. Elected Rector of the University in March 2013 and reelected July 2019. Theodor Karl Sproll on the webpage of the Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University Loerrach in 2010 Rector Theodor Sproll on the Webpage of the Badische Zeitung Loerrach
Necklace Road is a boulevard in Hyderabad, adjoining the Hussain Sagar lake, which connects NTR Gardens to Sanjeevaiah Park. It is named after the famous Necklace Road in Mumbai's Marine Drive; the road from Sanjivaiah park connects to the Tankbund road which in turn connects to the NTR Gardens completing a circle. This stretch of road, along with the Tank Bund, appears in the form of a necklace as seen from the sky - and hence the name; this boulevard is complete with restaurants, recreational facilities and good views of the city of Hyderabad. People's plaza, located on this boulevard is a recreational area, busy all throughout the year with exhibitions, music shows and games etc. Eat Street and Water Front are two well known restaurants, the latter which offers more of buffets and a variety of cuisines, whereas the former is more of a fast food joint. Both offer a view of the lake along with the city; this boulevard connects to nearby parks such as Sanjivaiah park and Jalavihar. Both these parks provide calm environment.
This boulevard is frequented by early morning joggers, marathon events, evening hangouts. The Necklace Road MMTS Station is the closest rapid transit facility available connecting to all major parts of the city. Telangana Tourism feature