Department of Management Studies

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

At VGU, our Mission is to transform the lives of our students and provide the industry with ethical global leaders for the 21st century, who are sensitive towards protecting the environment and are passionate about making significant societal contributions. The University firmly believes in the words of the great philosopher and educator Swami Vivekananda whose philosophy strive us to become better with the time. As the Department of Management Studies, we create opportunities for the students to learn the nuances of becoming global business leaders and entrepreneurs. We aspire to develop business leadership which is capable of building resilient organisations, whilst adhering to the highest standards of Corporate Governance. We continuously seek to create an enriching educational environment, where innovative thinking becomes a way of life.

Our department provides unique experiential and blended learning platforms where a team of competent faculty members guide towards excellence, ethics and values while shaping and sharpening the mindset by academic rigor. We provide the skills that students need to solve complex business issues in a range of environments with a challenging, rigorous education and personalized attention. The department continues to strive to meet the mission to mould the young students into world class technocrats. We believe to create an educational Institute where people from different nationalities, races and religious beliefs work together in an environment of intense competition, but with utmost harmony, courtesy and dignity, to add more and more value to’ themselves and our institution, with collaborative study and research. Our students will be valued as high performing managers in the service of national and international businesses corporations, Government Institutions and NGOs

USP of DMS

High quality education:

The management department offers a redesigned curriculum that prepares students for the future workplace. The learning methodology integrates multi-disciplinary and contemporary global pedagogy across with skills and competencies such as critical thinking, problem solving and working in cross-functional teams essential constituents for modern day success. We provide foundation and platform to our budding managers to a brighter future and transform them into a self-assured individual.

Infrastructure:

Apart from being a day-cum- residential campus, living and learning go hand-in-hand at VGU with a wide array of co-curricular and extra co-curricular activities. The department is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities including the Smart Classroom, the Learning Resource Center (LRC) that has a rich collection of more than 4000 books and 1500 E-books. Apart from this University provides well equipped labs, World class Auditorium, Hands-on Workshops Learning, Field and Industry Visits, State of the Art Advanced Design, Studios and Labs Cafeteria, High speed wi-fi enabled campus, Convenience Store, AC hostel & separate hostel faclility for girls and boys. Sports and fitness activities are an integral component of VGU.

Academic-Industry Interface

Industry interaction is a requirement for educational institutions all over the world. We at VGU DMS are firm believers in laying a solid foundation for corporate interface through intense industry connections and practises. Our students are strongly encouraged to participate in industry projects, presentations, case studies, research, and working as trainees in order to gain practical experience in the industrial working environment. We take special initiatives such as Pre-placement Training, Industry-Institute Interface, Conferences and Seminars to prepare them for a successful professional career.

We have a large number of international associations with renowned international universities for internship and training, providing our students with much-needed global exposure. Beside that, we run a number of student exchange programmes that provide an added benefit to our students.

  • AII facilitate and organise activities of the Atal Ranking Initiative for Institutional Innovation (ARIIA) and the Institutional Innovation Council (IIC) – an MHRD initiative.
  • AII Identify industry partners and proactively engage (tie-up) with them to explore technical research opportunities.
  • AII serve as a resource coordinator and mentor to students in Mega project teams, E-Cells, and Student Bodies.
  • AII facilitate SDP (Student Development Program) and FDP (Faculty Development Program) by inviting Industry Experts to provide technical and soft skills training.
  • AII also facilitate foreign language classes as the world becomes more global the demand for professionals who can communicate in multiple languages is growing.

Events @ DMS-VGU

The department organises events for the overall development of the faculty and students on a regular basis through various series. Several of the most interesting events of the department are:

  • Power Seminar Series
  • E-Talk Series
  • HR Conclave
  • Six Sigma Belts Certification
  • Industrial Tours and Visits
  • International Conference

Internships and Placements

VGU have Placement & Training Cell which facilitates Personality Development Programme which works on Functional Grammar and Speech, Communication Skills, Quantitative Aptitude, Logical Reasoning, Verbal Ability, Group Discussion, Interview Skills, Mock Tests and Special sessions on Interpersonal Skills, to increase placements opportunities for students.

To achieve its goal, the Training & Placement Cell works to identify students’ core competencies. We invite various public and private sector organisations to conduct campus interviews for placement of students from all branches. The cell has a database of organisations that is constantly updated. We firmly believe in ‘Industry-Institute Interaction,’ and to that end, we organise technical talks and seminars by industry professionals. Students go through rigorous Campus Recruitment Training (CRT) to improve and hone their communication skills so that they can ace interviews during placements. Wipro, ICICI, Kotak Mahindra, AU Small Finance, Reliance Digital, Vivo, Vedantu, Byjus, TCS and many others have previously been our partner organisations in recruiting our young brains.

Six Month Live Project

The goal of the Summer Internship is to learn and apply theoretical principles in a practical setting, as well as to have a deeper understanding of the Corporate, Professional environment. Summer Internships are designed to assist students in gaining practical knowledge in the specialised area that they have chosen for their future job. The last semester of our MBA programme is entirely dedicated to this.

Highly Innovative Clubs:

The Management department fosters a campus environment that empowers in students a desire to co-create experiences in partnership with others. The Clubs offer fun means of developing and honing leadership skills and the ability to work collaboratively on a common goal. The diversity of the clubs and organizations mirrors diversity of the students in terms of their backgrounds and interests.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES

Program Outcome and Program Specific Outcomes

BBA Program Outcome (POs): A graduate of the Business Administration Program will demonstrate:

PO1: Education: The programme is designed in a way to impart foundational and functional knowledge pertaining to business.

PO2: Development of cognitive skills derived from a robust curriculum grounded in theory and practice.

PO3: Communication and Technical Skills: Students will acquire communication skills suited varied platforms including digital platforms. These skills can be applied across business, work and interpersonal situations.

PO4: Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Students will develop entrepreneurial orientation by learning the process that facilitates setting up enterprises. A spirit of enquiry and innovation will be fostered by varying pedagogies.

PO5: Ethics: Ethics are key parameters for defining one’s personality, values and beliefs.

PO6: Environment and sustainability: Students can understand the impact of the professional solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO7: Individual and team work: Students can function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO8: Practical Orientation/Exposure: Students will engage in at least one internship or service learning experience to demonstrate relevancy of foundational and theoretical knowledge of their academic major and to gain career related experiences.

BBA Program Specific Outcome (PSOs): A graduate of the Business Administration Program will demonstrate:

  1. Prepare students to undertake post-graduation management Programme.
  2. Acquire the professional attributes needed to start career as a professional manager.
  3. Imbibe the knowledge and skills to set up entrepreneurial ventures.

BBA IB Program Outcome (POs): A Graduate of the Business Administration in International Business Program will demonstrate:

PO1: Critical Thinking Skills: Students are able to define, analyze, and devise solutions for structured and unstructured business problems and issues using cohesive and logical reasoning patterns for valuating information, materials, and data.

PO2: Communication Skills: Students are able to conceptualize a complex issue into a coherent written statement and oral presentation.

PO3: Technology Skills: Students are competent in the uses of technology in modern organizational operations.

PO4: Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Students can demonstrate the fundamentals of creating and managing innovation, new business development, and high-growth potential entities.

PO5: Business Knowledge: Students can demonstrate technical competence in domestic and global business through the study of major disciplines within the fields of business.

PO6: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the Management practice.

PO7: Environment and sustainability: Students can understand the impact of the professional solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO8: Individual and team work: Students can function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO9: Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and inmultidisciplinary environments.

PO10: Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

PO 11: Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PO 12:Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

BBA IB Program Specific Outcome (PSOs): A Graduate of the Business Administration in International Business Program will demonstrate:

  1. Prepare students to undertake post-graduation management Programme.

  2. Acquire the professional attributes needed to start career as a professional manager.

  3. Imbibe the knowledge and skills to set up entrepreneurial ventures.

MBA Program Outcome (POs): A Post Graduate of the Business Administration Program will demonstrate:

PO1: Apply knowledge of management theories and practices to solve business problems.

PO2: Foster Analytical and critical thinking abilities for data-based decision making.

PO3: Ability to develop Value based Leadership.

PO4:, Analyze and communicate global, economic, legal, and ethical aspects of business.

PO5: Develop leadership skills for business and industry.

PO 6: Develop a multifunctional perspective to problem solving.

PO 7:  To develop the cognition, attitude and values for one’s own growth while being sensitive to the ecologic impact of professional decisions .

PO 8: Synthesize cognitive abilities for professional conduct with empathic attitude   towards the marginalized segments of society.

 

MBA Program Specific Outcome (PSOs): A Post Graduate of the Business Administration Program will demonstrate:

MBA (Marketing)

PSO 1: Graduates will apply the knowledge of marketing, strategic marketing process, consumer behavior and allied areas to different types of organizations in society.

PSO 2: Graduates will be able to analyze market segments, identify target markets, and effectively position brands.

PSO 3: Graduates will be able to create  value based marketing prepositions for varied segments.

PSO 4: Graduates will be able to design integrated marketing communications across different platforms.

PSO 5: Graduates will be able to create and sustain  brands across segments.

MBA (Human resource)

PSO 1: Graduates will develop professional competencies in the field of Human resources Management.

PSO 2:  Develops integrated approach to human resource development in varied organizations.

PSO 3: Design and develop integrated human power induction and retention plans.

PSO 4:  Design value-based organizations for nurturing talent.
PSO 5: Create systems to assimilate diversity among employees for growth of organization and harmony in society.

MBA (Finance)

PSO 1: Graduates shall assimilate and apply principles of financial prudence within organizations.

PSO 2: Graduates shall apply theoretical, statistical techniques to issues of Accounting and Finance in varied organizations.

PSO 3:  Develop the skills to work in a technology enabled digitized business environment.

PSO 4:  Develop the analytical skill set for risk assessment and mitigation across different types of financial

PSO 5: Evalutae the regulatory environment for timely compliance and commit to ethical conduct.

MBA (Agri Business Management)

PSO 1: Graduates shall develop multifunctional skills to be professional in agribusinesses.

PSO 2: Graduates shall acquire knowledge of agriculture and allied sectors to strengthen economic contribution of these sectors through employment and entrepreneurship.

PSO 3: Assimilate cross functional knowledge to strengthen the Agri based businesses and organizations

PSO 4: Design Agri product marketing strategies in consonance with the economic and ecologic Impacts.

PSO 5:. Set up or assist to set up startups/ enterprises

MBA (International Business)

PSO 1: Graduates   shall develop an insight about global business environment.

PSO 2: Imbibe the relevance of different trade theories in economic environment of multiple trade blocks.

PSO 3:  Develop sensitivity to local, cultural and ethnic issues in international markets.

PSO 4: Assimilate the differences in the regulatory environments across international markets.

PSO 5: Create international business strategies reflecting the local needs and global aspirations of the organizations.

Faculty List

S.No.
Faculty Name
Qualification
Designation
1. Anadi Trikha MBA Assistant Professor
2. Bhanu Mati Doshi MBA Assistant Professor
3. Chaitali Bhattacharya Ph.D. Associate Professor
4. Deepika Gupta Ph.D. Associate Professor
5. Jayanta Paramanik M.Sc Assistant Professor
6. Khushboo Sharma MBA Assistant Professor
7. Madhu bala Kaushik MBA Assistant Professor
8. Mala Srivastva MBA Assistant Professor
9. Manisha Choudhary Ph.D. Associate Professor
10. Onkar Bagaria MBA Assistant Professor
11. Poonam Rajoria Ph.D. Assistant Professor
12. Rupali Baghel  Ph.D. Associate Professor
13. Santosh Kumar MBA Assistant Professor
14. Shivang Keshat MBA Assistant Professor
15. Sonali N. Tholia Ph.D. Professor
16. Vikram Vishal MBA Assistant Professor

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

Title of paper
Name of the author
Department
Name of journal/ Conference
Year of publication
ISSN number
A study of digitalization in banking sector: opportunities and challenges. Ms. Madhubala Kaushik Department of Management and Commerce The Journal of Oriental Research Madras 2021 0022-3301
Work Life Balance, Job Satisfaction, Security and Professional Advancement Among Femail Educators. Ms. Madhubala Kaushik Department of Management and Commerce The Journal of Oriental Research Madras 2021 0022-3301
Work-Life Balance – An Unfulfilled Dream Of Working Women:A Review Of Literature Ms. Madhubala Kaushik Department of Management and Commerce The Journal of Oriental Research Madras 2021 2348-2397
WORK-LIFE BALANCE, JOB SATISFACTION, SECURITY, AND PROFESSIONAL ADVANCEMENT AMONG FEMALE EDUCATORS Dr. Deepika Gupta Department of Management and Commerce The Journal of Oriental Research Madras 2021 0022-3301
Work-Life Balance – An Unfulfilled Dream Of Working Women:A Review Of Literature Dr. Deepika Gupta Department of Management and Commerce The Journal of Oriental Research Madras 2021 2348-2397
A study of the Influence of Public Interest litigation in India Ms. Anjali Chaudhary Department of Management and Commerce Tathapi 2021 2320-0693
A study of the Influence of Public Interest litigation in India Ms. Aarzoo Bishnoi Department of Management and Commerce Tathapi 2021 2320-0693
A STUDY ON STOCK SELECTION PROCESS AND PORTFOLIO CONSTRUCTION IN INDIAN CONTEXT Dr. Manisha Choudhary Department of Management and Commerce Turkish online journal of qualitative inquiry 2021 e-ISSN:1309-6591
Sustainable Strengthening in Developent of Agriculture and Industrial Infrastructure: Importance of Agriculture Education in India Dr. Manisha Choudhary Department of Management and Commerce The empirical economics letters 2021 1681-8997
New Era of E-Learning: Impression of COVID-19 Ms. Poonam Rajharia Management The empirical economics letters 2021 1681-8998
New Era of E-Learning: Impression of COVID-19 Ms. Bhanumati Doshi Management The empirical economics letters 2021 1681-8999
A STUDY OF DIGITALIZATION IN BANKING SECTOR: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES Dr. Deepika Gupta Management George Washington International Law Review 2021 (ISSN: 1534-9977, e-ISSN: 0748-4305)
A STUDY OF DIGITALIZATION IN BANKING SECTOR: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES Mr.Hitesh Tikyani Management George Washington International Law Review 2021 (ISSN: 1534-9977, e-ISSN: 0748-4305)
WORK STRESS AND BURNOUT: EUSTRESS A TOOL TO DEAL Dr. Manisha Choudhary Department of Management and Commerce International Journal of Management (IJM) 2020 Print: 0976-6502 Online: 0976-6510
A STUDY OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY PRACTICES AND ITS EFFECT ON SOCIETY Dr. Manisha Choudhary Department of Management and Commerce International Journal of Management (IJM) 2020 Print: 0976-6502 Online: 0976-6511
Covid 19 and Tourism and Hospitality Industry: more opportunities consequence of the lockdown Dr. Deepika Gupta Department of Management and Commerce Tathapi 2020 2320-0693
Rising Challenges of Human Resource Management in Present Scenario: A conceptual Model Analysis. Dr. Deepika Gupta Department of Management and Commerce Think India Journal 2020 0971-1260
“Value of Motivation for the Faculty Position in Education Field” Dr.Vijayendra Kumar Shrivastava Department of Management and Commerce “Khoj- An Interdisciplinary Journal of Research” 2020 2349-8749
Green Opportunities in Renewable Resources. Mr. Adit Jha Department of Management and Commerce Think India Journal 22(10), 2020 0971-1260
The Growing ‘Kidfluence’ on Parents’ Buying Behavior: The Era of Young Consumers Ms. Anadi Trikha Department of Management and Commerce IJRAR 2020 E-ISSN 2348-1269, P- ISSN 2349-5138
Psychological Contract Breach and Workplace Outcome: A Theoretical Integration. Ms.Poonam Rajharia Department of Management and Commerce Test Engineering and Management 2020 0193-4120
Theoretical Review: The Importance of Unpaid Care Work Ms.Poonam Rajharia Department of Management and Commerce Think India 2020 ISSN: 0971-1260
A Theoretical Integration Of Gig Economy: Advancing Opportunity, Challenges And Growth Mr.Hitesh Tikyani Department of Management and Commerce International Journal of Management (IJM) 2020 Print: 0976-6502 Online: 0976-6510
Development of small & medium scale enterprises: Protagonist of commercial bank funding Ms. Bhanu Mati Doshi Department of Management and Commerce Wesleyan journal of Research 2020 0975- 1386
A Theoretical Integration Of Gig Economy: Advancing Opportunity, Challenges And Growth Ms. Bhanu Mati Doshi Department of Management and Commerce International Journal of Management (IJM) 2020 Print: 0976-6502 Online: 0976-6510
The Role of commercial banks funding on the development of small & medium scale enterprises (A Study of Rajasthan state) Ms. Bhanu Mati Doshi Department of Management and Commerce European Journal of Business & Social Sciences 2020 2235-767X
Triple Talaq: bad in theology but good in law Ms. Aarzoo Bishnoi Department of Management and Commerce Ignited minds journals 2020 2230-7540
Psychological Contract Breach and Workplace Outcome: A Theoretical Integration. Ms. Bhanu Mati Doshi Department of Management and Commerce Test Engineering and management 2020 0193-4120
“Analysis of Return on Total Assets (ROTA) and Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) of IFFCO Limited” Dr.Vikas Shrotriya Department of Management and Commerce IJRAR, May 2019, Volume 6, Issue 2 2019 e-ISSN: 2348-1265
“Product Differentiation: Key to success in Marketing” Dr.Vikas Shrotriya Department of Management and Commerce IJRAR, May 2019, Volume 6, Issue 2 2019 e-ISSN: 2348-1266
“Methods of Estimation of working capital Requirement” Dr.Vikas Shrotriya Department of Management and Commerce IJRAR, May 2019, Volume 6, Issue 2 2019 e-ISSN: 2348-1267
“Indian Organizations and Challenge of Sustainability in changing global economic scenerio” Dr.Vikas Shrotriya Department of Management and Commerce International Journal for Research in Engineering application and management, Volume 5, Issue 2, May , 2019 2019 2454-9150
“Risk analysis in Capital Budgeting” Dr.Vikas Shrotriya Department of Management and Commerce IJRAR, May 2019, Volume 6, Issue 2 2019 e-ISSN: 2348-1268
“Internal sources of Finance for Business Organizations” Dr.Vikas Shrotriya Department of Management and Commerce IJRAR, June 2019, Volume 6, Issue 2 2019 e-ISSN: 2348-1269
“Common Size Statement: A Technique of Fianacial Analysis” Dr.Vikas Shrotriya Department of Management and Commerce IJRAR, June 2019, Volume 6, Issue 2 2019 e-ISSN: 2348-1269
“Earning per share (EPS) Analysis for Investing in Equity market (A tool for Individual Investor) Dr.Vikas Shrotriya Department of Management and Commerce International Journal for Research in Engineering application and management, Volume 5, Issue 3, June , 2019 2019 2454-9150
“Budgeting: A financial planning tool for Individuals” Dr.Vikas Shrotriya Department of Management and Commerce IJRAR, June 2019, Volume 6, Issue 2 2019 e-ISSN: 2348-1269
“Indian Organizations and challenge of sustainability in changing Global Economic scenario” Dr. Vikas Shrotriya Department of Management and Commerce International Conference on Management, Business & Economy (ICMBE) 20th April, 2019), SKIT, Jaipur 2019 NA
“Credit Card: A Tool to Enhance Purchasing Power” Dr. Vikas Shrotriya Department of Management and Commerce IJRAR, March 2019, Volume 6, Issue I 2019 (E-ISSN-2348-1269)
” Time value of money-The concept and its Utility” Dr. Vikas Shrotriya Department of Management and Commerce International Journal of research and analytical reviews, March 2019, Volume 6, Issue 1, 2019 2348-1269
“Marketing of Financial Services” Dr. Vikas Shrotriya Department of Management and Commerce International Journal of research and analytical reviews, March 2019, Volume 6, Issue 1, 2019 2348-1269
“Analysis of Assets Turnover Ratios of National Fertilizers Limited” Dr. Vikas Shrotriya Department of Management and Commerce International Journal of research and analytical reviews, February 2019, Volume 6, Issue 1, 2019 2348-1269
“Break even Analysis- The Concept and its Utility” Dr. Vikas Shrotriya Department of Management and Commerce International Journal of research and analytical reviews, February 2019, Volume 6, Issue 1, 2019 2348-1269
“Gearing: A measure to Enhance Earnings of Equity Share Holders” Dr. Vikas Shrotriya Department of Management and Commerce International Journal of research and analytical reviews, February 2019, Volume 6, Issue 1, 2019 2348-1269
“Techniques of Portfolio Management adopted by Individual Investors” Dr. Vikas Shrotriya Department of Management and Commerce International Journal of research and analytical reviews, January 2019, Volume 6, Issue 1, 2019 2348-1269
“Analysis of Networking capital of Nestle India Limited Dr. Vikas Shrotriya Department of Management and Commerce International Journal of research and analytical reviews, January 2019, Volume 6, Issue 1, 2019 2348-1269
“An exclusive scrutiny of prohibition of while collar violation” Yes Dr.Manisha Choudhary Department of Management and Commerce National Seminar on Crime prevention Strategies 2019 ISBN: 978-93-88398-65-7
“A theoritical evalaution of Green marketing (Reference to business in the contemporary epoch) Dr.Manisha Choudhary Department of Management and Commerce International conference on Management, Business and Economy )icmbe) (20th April, 2019), SKIT 2019
“Chatbots: A New Era of Digital Marketing” Mr. Hitesh Tikyani Department of Management and Commerce European Journal of Business & Social Science, Volume 7 Issue 5, May 2019 2019 2235-767X
“Corporate Social Responsibility and Competitive Advantage of Private Telecom Sector in Afganistan” Dr.Pankaj Meel Department of Management and Commerce European Journal of Business and Social Sciences 2019 2235-767X
“Paradigm shift in India’s Foreign policy under different Prime ministers Dr.Tanveer Khan Department of Management and Commerce Shodh Samikha aur Mulyankan, Peer Reviewed and Refereed Journal 2019 0974-2832
“The role of Commercial banks funding on the Development of small and medium scale entreprises(A study of Rajasthan state) Ms.Bhanumati Doshi Department of Management and Commerce European Journal of Business and social Sciences 2019 2235-767X
” Human trafficking and civil liberties: A Philanthropist response” Ms. Sadhvi Negi Department of Management and Commerce National seminar on Crime prevention strategies 2019 ISBN: 978-93-88398-65-7
” Human trafficking and civil liberties: A Philanthropist response” Ms. Madhubala Kaushik Department of Management and Commerce National Seminar on Crime prevention Strategies 2019 ISBN: 978-93-88398-65-7
“An exclusive scrutiny of prohibition of while collar violation” Yes Ms. Sadhvi Negi Department of Management and Commerce National Seminar on Crime prevention Strategies 2019 ISBN: 978-93-88398-65-7
“Companies Conceptual wallop of Financial Management on the Quality of work life of Jobholders” Dr.Vijayendra Shrivastava Department of Management and Commerce IJRAR, June 2019, Volume 6, Issue 2 2019 e-ISSN:2348-1269
“Notion of quality work life in constitutional way of company” Dr. Vijayendra Shrivastava Department of Management and Commerce IJRAR, June 2019, Volume 6, Issue 2 2019 e-ISSN:2348-1269
“The growing kidfluence on parents’s buying behaviour: The era of young consumers” Ms. Anadi Trikha Department of Management and Commerce IJRAR, June 2019, Volume 6, Issue 2 2019 e-ISSN:2348-1269
“Impact of Psychological and Personality Factors on Luxury Brand Consumption” Adit Jha Department of Management, Commerce and IR IJRAR, June 2019, Volume 6, Issue 2 2019 e-ISSN:2348-1269
“A Study On Investor’s Preference Towards Mutual Funds” Dr. Praveen Choudhry Department of Management and Commerce Think India 2019 ISSN: 0971-1260
“Analyzing The Growth of Entrepreneurship In The E-Rickshaw Industry In Jaipur Using PESTLE Technique” Dr. Vikas Shrotriya Department of Management and Commerce Think India 2019 ISSN: 0971-1261
“Solving Inventory Management Problems Through Mathematical Models: A New Paradigm For Industrial Growth” Dr. Vikas Shrotriya Department of Management and Commerce Think India 2019 ISSN: 0971-1262
“University Drop-Out: An Experience of Private Universities In Rajasthan” Dr. Manisha Choudhary Department of Management and Commerce Think India 2019 ISSN: 0971-1263
“A Study On Investor’s Preference Towards Mutual Funds” Dr. Manisha Choudhary Department of Management and Commerce Think India 2019 ISSN: 0971-1264
“An Attempt At Constructing A Definition of Ethics And Business Ethics” Dr. Pankaj Meel Department of Management and Commerce Think India 2019 ISSN: 0971-1265
“Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) And Community Development (CD)- Case Study of Roshan Telecom Afghanistan” Dr. Pankaj Meel Department of Management and Commerce Think India 2019 ISSN: 0971-1266
“An Attempt At Defining Management And Business Management” Dr. Pankaj Meel Department of Management and Commerce Think India 2019 ISSN: 0971-1267
“The Impact of US -China Trade War on The Global Economy” Dr. Tanveer Khan Department of Management, Commerce and IR Think India 2019 ISSN: 0971-1268
“An Attempt At Constructing A Definition of Ethics And Business Ethics” Dr. Pranav Parijat Department of Management and Commerce Think India 2019 ISSN: 0971-1269
“An Attempt At Defining Management And Business Management” Dr. Pranav Parijat Department of Management and Commerce Think India 2019 ISSN: 0971-1270
Use of Artificial Intelligence Techniques to Solve Multi-target Flow Shop Scheduling Problem Dr. Manisha Choudhary Department of Management and Commerce International Journal of Research in Engineering, IT and Social Science 2019 2250-0588
University Drop outs: An experience of Private Universities Dr. Manisha Choudhary Department of Management and Commerce Think India Journal 2019 0971-1260
A Study on Investor’s Preference Towards Mutual Funds Dr. Manisha Choudhary Department of Management and Commerce Think India Journal 2019 0971-1260
A Study On Influence Of Personality Traits and Behavioural Biases Of An Investor In Investment Decisions Dr. Manisha Choudhary Department of Management and Commerce RVIM Journal of Management Research 2019 0974-6722
“Appraise of Strategic Human Resource Management in Wielding the Total Quality Management of An Industry for Prospective Enduringness in Current Business World” Dr.Vijayendra Kumar Shrivastava Department of Management and Commerce Studies in Indian Place Names (UGC Care Journal) ISSN 2394-3114, on page no. 1200-1208, Vol. 40 Issue 10, February 2020, JTA Multidisciplinary International Conference (JTACON-2020) 2019 2394-3114
“Social Psychology Begets an Era for Quality of Work Life of Employees in Industry” Dr.Vijayendra Kumar Shrivastava Department of Management and Commerce “THINK INDIA JOURNAL” (www.thinkindiajournal.com) UGC Care Approved International Indexed and Referred Journal & 6.2 Impact Factor 2019 0971-1260
“Companies Conceptual Wallop of Financial Management on the Quality of Work Life of Jobholders” Dr.Vijayendra Kumar Shrivastava Department of Management and Commerce “International Journal Research and Analytical Reviews” (www.ijrar.org) UGC Approved (Journal No: 43602) & 5.75 Impact Factor 2019 E-ISSN 2348-1269, P-ISSN 2349-5138
“Notion of Quality of Work Life in Constitutional Way of Company” Dr.Vijayendra Kumar Shrivastava Department of Management and Commerce “International Journal Research and Analytical Reviews” (www.ijrar.org) UGC Approved (Journal No: 43602) & 5.75 Impact Factor 2019 E-ISSN 2348-1269, P-ISSN 2349-5139
“Human Resource Development in Indian Scenario” Dr.Vijayendra Kumar Shrivastava Department of Management and Commerce “Khoj- An Interdisciplinary Journal of Research” 2019 2349-8749
Review Paper on Indian Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Mr. Adit Jha Department of Management and Commerce Studies in Indian Place Names, Volume 40, Issue (10) 2019 2394-3114
Impact of Psychological and Personality Factors on Luxury Brand Consumption Mr. Adit Jha Department of Management and Commerce International Journal of Research and Analytical Review 2019 2348-1269
Rebranding Strategy A Case Study of Star TV, Mr. Adit Jha Department of Management and Commerce International Journal of Business Management and Economic Research (IJBMER). 2019 2349-2333
Growing Concerns About the Effects of Advertising on Children: A Study on Working Parents Ms. Anadi Trikha Department of Management and Commerce AIJRA 2019 ISSN 2455-5967
Pathway for Sustainable E-Commerce: Challenges and Opportunities in India Ms.Poonam Rajharia Department of Management and Commerce European Journal of Business & Social Sciences 2019 ISSN: 2235-767X
The 13 Habits of Highly Successful People Ms.Poonam Rajharia Department of Management and Commerce Xpress Publishing (Notion Press) 2019 ISBN: 978-1-64733-159-7
How to Master Professional Attributes in 21st Century Ms.Poonam Rajharia Department of Management and Commerce United Publication Division 2019 ISBN: 978—81-7932-098-3
Theoretical Review: The Importance of Unpaid Care Work Ms. Bhanu Mati Doshi Department of Management and Commerce Think India Journal 2019 0971-1260
Triple Talaq: bad in theology but good in law Ms. Anjali Chaudhary Department of Management and Commerce Ignited minds journals 2019 2230-7540
” A study of Customer apprehension for Quality in Telecom Services (With special reference to mobile customer of Airtel and BSNL in Airtel” Dr.Pankaj Meel Department of Management and Commerce Professional Panorama: An International Journal of Management and Technology, Volume V, Issue 1 2018 2369-6919
“Impact of GST on Tourism Industry” Ms. Priyanka Payal Professional Panarama:An International Journal of Management and Technology 2018 ISSN:2349-6916
Job Satisfaction and Quality of Work Life : A case study of prominent professional in the state of rajasthan Dr. Deepika Gupta Department of Management and Commerce INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT SOCILOLOGY AND HUMANITIES 2018 2277-9809(O) 2348-9359 (P)
“A view point of customers towards online Retailing/ Shopping with special reference to flipkart.com” Dr.Vijayendra Kumar Shrivastava Department of Management and Commerce “International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management and Applied Science” (IJLTEMAS) 2018 2278-2540
Compulsive buying behaviour and luxury brand consumption, Mr. Adit Jha Department of Management and Commerce The Indian Journal of commerce 2018 2454-6801
An Exploratory Analysis of The Challenges Faced By The Unorganized Sector in India During Pandemic COVID-19 Lockdown Ms. Anadi Trikha Department of Management and Commerce Studies in Indian Place Names, 40(74), 2132-2141. 2018 ISSN:2394-3114
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