S.No Author Month Year Title Journal Volume Issue Page No. Index ISSN No
1. Somnath Kolgiri *, Somnath Kolgiri *, Dr.RahulBabayyaHiremath 7 2019 Sustainable Postural Research for Women Workers From Power-Loom Industry Solapur City, Maharashtra, India. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering 8 11S 377 - 382 Scopus, Scopus
2278-3075
2. Ranjitsinh A. Deshmukh *, Ranjitsinh A. Deshmukh *, Dr.RahulBabayyaHiremath 7 2019 Socio-Economic Impact Research of Foundry Industry By using Neural Network International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering 8 11S 401 - 404 Scopus, Scopus
2278-3075
3. Narendra Katikar *, Narendra Katikar *, Dr.RahulBabayyaHiremath 7 2019 Knowledge Management for Rural Industries using Cloud Computing International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering 8 11S 435 - 441 Scopus, Scopus
2278-3075
4. Sheelratan Bansode *, Sheelratan Bansode *, Dr.RahulBabayyaHiremath 7 2019 Industrial Health and Safety of the Workers in Textiles International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering 8 11S 362 - 364 Scopus, Scopus
2278-3075
5. Dr.ManojDigamberHudnurkar *, Mr.SuhasSureshAmbekar 11 2019 Framework for measurement of supplier satisfaction International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management 68 8 1475 - 1492 ABDC, ABDC, American Business School (ABS), American Business School (ABS), Scopus, Scopus
1741-0401
6. Aastha Behl *, Aastha Behl *, Dr.PratimaAmolSheorey, Ajith Kumar VV, Ajith Kumar VV 11 2019 Gamification in E-Commerce - A Comprehensive Review of Literature
Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations
- Scopus, Web of Sciences, ABDC, ESCI, Scopus, Web of Sciences, ABDC, ESCI, Scopus, Web of Sciences, ABDC, ESCI, Scopus, Web of Sciences, ABDC, ESCI, Scopus, Web of Sciences, ABDC, ESCI 15392937
7. Jamila Niazi *, Jamila Niazi *, Dr.ShantanuPrasad 9 2019 Business Process Management and Outsourcing International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering 8 11S 469 - 475 Scopus, Scopus
2278-3075
8. Dr.RajagopalG. KannanK *, Dr.VaishaliChavdasMahajan, Dr.PankajVed BhushanSharma 9 2019 Effects on Consumer Behavior Due to Post Purchase Regret Associated with Online Shopping International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering Volume-8, Issue-11S 2019 550 - 555 Scopus, Scopus, Scopus
2278-3075
9. Dr.RajagopalG. KannanK *, Dr.VaishaliChavdasMahajan, Shishir Divkar, Shishir Divkar 9 2019 Energy Efficient Smart Home Automation Adoption - A Research International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering 8 11S 536 - 540 DOAJ, DOAJ, DOAJ, DOAJ, Google Scholar, Google Scholar, Google Scholar, Google Scholar, IndexCopernicus, IndexCopernicus, IndexCopernicus, IndexCopernicus, Scopus, Scopus, Scopus, Scopus
2278-3075
10. Dr.AradhanaVikasGandhi *, Dr.PratimaAmolSheorey 7 2019 Antecedents of Green Consumer Behavior; a study of consumers in a developing country like India International Journal of Public Sector Performance Management 15 2 191 - 206 ABDC, Scopus, ABDC, Scopus 17411041
11. Dr.SonaliShubhasheeshBhattacharya *, Dr.PoojaSharma 7 2019 Dilemma Between ‘It's My or It's My Organization's Territory': Antecedent to Knowledge Hiding in Indian Knowledge Base Industry International Journal of Knowledge Management 15 3 24 - 44 Scopus, Scopus 15480666
12. Dr.AditiNaidu *, Dr.ManishSanantSinha *, Dr.RajagopalG. KannanK, Dr.VaishaliChavdasMahajan 9 2019 Car Sharing Versus Car Ownership: An Exploratory Examination in India International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering Volume-8, Issue-11S 2019 541 - 547 Scopus, Scopus, Scopus, Scopus
2278-3075
13. Dr.VinitaSamirSinha *, Dr.SonaliShubhasheeshBhattacharya, Dr.PoojaSharma 7 2019 Locus of control and its impact on stress at work and job satisfaction International Journal of Public Sector Performance Management 5 3/4 446 - 450 ABDC, Scopus, ABDC, Scopus, ABDC, Scopus 17411041
14. Dr.ManojDigamberHudnurkar * 2 2019 Empirical analysis of Six Sigma project capability deficiency and its impact on project success The TQM journal 31 3 340 - 358 ABDC, Scopus
1754-2731
15. Dr.DipashaShikhar PachoriSharma, Dr.SonaliShubhasheeshBhattacharya * 6 2019 Do Environment, Social and Governance Performance Impact Credit Ratings: A Study from India Humanomics 35 3/4 0 - 0 Scopus, Scopus 08288666
16. Dr.ShantanuPrasad * 4 2019 Blogging Effects across Supplier, Retailer and Customer Journal of Marketing Communications https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/PASYKSYcrVJ6ird8t7Ip/full?target=10.1080/13527266.2019.1609569 https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/PASYKSYcrVJ6ird8t7Ip/full?target=10.1080/13527266.2019.1609569 1 - 20 Scopus, ABDC 13527266
17. Dr.SonaliShubhasheeshBhattacharya 3 2019 THE ROLE OF DISPLEASURE, WORRY AND ANNOYANCE ON PRO-SAFETY INTENTION AMONG YOUNG MOTORCYCLISTS IN PUNE, INDIA Indian Journal of Transport Management 42 1 4 - 21 Google Scholar, WorldCat, Google Scholar, WorldCat 09704736
18. Mr.SanjaySamarendraBhattacharya * 4 2019 Emotional labour: An Archetypal Element of Hospitality Service – a Review
ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism
- ABDC, ABDC
,1412-2073
19. Dr.ShantanuPrasad *, Arushi Garg, Arushi Garg, Saroj Prasad, Saroj Prasad 3 2019 Purchase decision of generation Y in an online environment Marketing Intelligence and Planning https://doi.org/10.1108/MIP-02-2018-0070 https://doi.org/10.1108/MIP-02-2018-0070 1 - 15 ABDC, ABDC, ABDC, Scopus, Scopus, Scopus
0263-4503
20. Dr.VinitaSamirSinha, Dr.SonaliShubhasheeshBhattacharya *, Dr.PratimaAmolSheorey 1 2019 Study of the Big Five Personality Traits and Job Match of Millennial HEF Journal of Higher Education 9 2 120 - 141 Ebsco, Ebsco, Ebsco
0976-1314
21. Dr.DipashaShikhar PachoriSharma, Dr.SonaliShubhasheeshBhattacharya *, Shagun Thukral, Shagun Thukral 5 2019 Resource Based View on Corporate Sustainable Financial Reporting and Firm Performance: Evidences from Emerging Indian Economy International Journal of Business Governance and Ethics 13 4 323 - 341 ABS, ABS, ABS, Scopus, Scopus, Scopus 1741802X
22. Ms.GauriYogeshJoshi *, Dr.PratimaAmolSheorey, Dr.AradhanaVikasGandhi 6 2019 Analyzing the barriers to purchase intentions of energy efficient appliances from consumer perspective Benchmarking 26 5 1565 - 1580 Scopus, Scopus, Scopus 14635771


Sr.No. Author Month Year Title Journal Volume Issue Page No Index ISBN/ISSN No. Reference No. Paid/Unpaid National/International Refreed/Non Refreed STEM/Non-STEM Impact Factor
1. Bhattacharya, S., sonali bhattacharya, Sweta Mohapatra 9 2018 Enablers for Advancement of Women into Leadership Position: A Study Based on IT/ITES Sector in India International Journal of Human Capital and Information Technology Professionals 9 4 22/Jan Scopus,Cabell's directory,Google Scholar,IGI,Inspec,ACM Digital Library 19473486 International Refreed Non-STEM International
2. sonali bhattacharya, Monica Kunte, Sharma Pooja 8 2018 Cultural factors affecting early turnover intention moderated by person-job fit and person-supervisor fit International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management 17 3 338-348 ABDC 1753-0814 Refreed Non-STEM International
3. Sharma Dipasha, sonali bhattacharya, Shagun Thukral 8 2018 Assessment of financial inclusive policy in Indian economy Humanomics 0 0 0-0 Scopus,ABDC 8288666 Refreed Non-STEM International
4. Bhattacharya, S., sonali bhattacharya 7 2018 Psychological Drivers for Teachers to Teach: Study of Career Drivers of Teachers in Business Schools Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology 44 2 355-358 Scopus 194247 Refreed Non-STEM International
5. Bhattacharya, S., Sweta Mohapatra, sonali bhattacharya 7 2018 Women Advancing to Leadership Positions: A Qualitative Study of Women Leaders in IT and ITES Sector in India South Asian Journal of Human Resources Management 5 2 23/Jan Scopus,ERIC,Australian Business Deans Council,American Business School (ABS) 23495790 Unpaid International Refreed Non-STEM International
6. Sharma Dipasha 6 2018 Stock Market Performance and Efficiency of Banks in a Developing Economy: Evidence from the Indian Banking Sector IM Kozhikode Society & Management Review 7 2 16/Jan ProQuest,ERIC,American Business School (ABS),Indian Citation Index (ICI) 2321029X Unpaid International Refreed Non-STEM International
7. sonali bhattacharya, Sharma Dipasha, Sharma Pooja 6 2018 Swachh Bharat Mission: an integrative approach to attain public health in India International Journal of Environment and Health 9 2 197-212 Scopus 17434963 Refreed STEM International
8. Sandeep Kumar Gupta, Shivam Gupta, Pavitra Dhamija 6 2018 An Empirical Study on Productivity Analysis of Indian Leather Industry Benchmarking 26 1 30/Jan Scopus,ERIC,Australian Business Deans Council,American Business School (ABS) 14635771 Unpaid International Refreed Non-STEM International
9. Dr. Manish Sinha 3 2018 Understanding the Behaviour of Communities towards Risk Management and Its Impact on Productivity Drishtikon 9 1 27-36 Cabell's directory,Business Source Complete,Ulrich's Web 9757848 Unpaid National Refreed Non-STEM National
10. sonali bhattacharya, netra neelam 3 2018 Perceived value of internship experience: a try before you leap Higher Education, Skills and Work-based Learning 0 0 0-0 Scopus 20423896 Unpaid International Refreed Non-STEM International
11. Dr. Pankaj Sharma, Rajagopal K, Rakesh Yadav 2 2018 POST STRATEGIC DIRECT TAX ENGINEERING TAX REVENUE PROGRESSION ASSESSMENT Journal of Research Publication in Engineering and Technology 11 2018 14/Sep NA 24547875 Paid International Refreed Non-STEM International
12. sonali bhattacharya, netra neelam, Venkatesh Murthy 2 2018 Ethical Value Positioning of Management Students of India and Germany Journal of Academic Ethics 0 0 0-0 Scopus 1570-1727 Refreed Non-STEM International
13. Richa Priya, Gandhi Aradhana, Ateeque Shaikh 2 2018 Mobile banking adoption in an emerging economy: An empirical analysis of young Indian consumers Benchmarking 25 2 743-762 Scopus 14635771 Unpaid International Refreed Non-STEM International
14. manoj hudnurkar, Rathod Urvashi, Suresh Kumar Jakhar, Omkarprasad S. Vaidya 2 2018 Development of a balanced scorecard-based supplier collaborative performance index International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management 67 2 401-425 Scopus,ERIC,ABDC,American Business School (ABS) 1741-0401 Unpaid International Refreed Non-STEM International
15. sonali bhattacharya 2 2018 Some Identities based on Success Runs of at Least Length k Biostatistics and Biometrics Open Access Journal 4 3 05/Jan WorldCat,Google Scholar,Index Copernicus,Scribd,CrossRef 2573-2633 Unpaid International Refreed Non-STEM International
16. Gandhi Aradhana 1 2018 Pedagogical Innovations-Experiential and participant centered learning Drishtikon 9 1 09/Jan Cabell's directory,Business Source Complete,Ulrich's Web 9757848 Unpaid National Refreed Non-STEM National
17. Bhattacharya Sanjay, Gunjit Trehan, Kriti Kaur 1 2018 Factors Determining Psychological Contract of IT Employees in India International Journal of Human Capital and Information Technology Professionals 9 1 37-52 Scopus 1947-3486 Refreed STEM International
18. Dr. Shantanu Prasad, Dr. Subhasis Sen 1 2018 Role of Conviction in the Impact of Electronic Word of Mouth on Purchase Intention for Financial Products and Services Indian journal of Marketing 48 1 47-60 Scopus 9738703 National Refreed Non-STEM National
19. Dr. Rahul Hiremath, Gurudas Nulkar, Dr. Deepak Sangroya, Dr. Jaya Surjani, Abhijit Bhagwat 1 2018 Is Digital Stress a Matter of Concern in Academic Productivity? Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development 8 4 1001-1008 Scopus,Ebsco,Google Scholar 9760245 Unpaid National Refreed Non-STEM National
20. Sinha Vinita 1 2018 Learning Styles: A Comparison Between Indian And German Business Students Journal of International Students 8 1 473-487 Scopus,Ebsco,ProQuest,Cabell's directory,WorldCat,Google Scholar,Global Impact Factor,Science Citation Index (SCI),Ulrich's W 21663750 Unpaid International Refreed Non-STEM International
S.No Author Month Year Chapter Name Book Name Editor Volume Issue Page No. Index ISBN No.
1. MsVasundharaSwatiSen * 7 2019 Promotional Policies and Legislative Support for Grid-Connected Renewable Energy Projects Cases on Green Energy and Sustainable Development Dr. Peter Yang 0 0 60 - 95 Scops
1522585591
2. Dr.RajagopalG. KannanK 6 2019 Marketing of Greener Products: Trends and Practices Handbook of Research on Economic and Political Implications of Green Trading and Energy Use Ramesh Chandra Das - - 293 - 314 UGC Approved, UGC Approved
9781522585473
3. Dr.VinitaSamirSinha, Sucheta Mandal *, Sucheta Mandal * 3 2019 Parenting Style and Academic Performance of Children" Interdisciplinarity: Vignettes on Contemporary Knowledge, Education & Research Virendra Singh Nirban Tanu Shukla Anupam Yadav Rajneesh Choubisa 0 0 24 - 28 1330, 1330
978-93-88630-94-8


Sr.No. Author Month Year Title Book Name Editor Journal Volume Issue Page No Index ISBN/ISSN No. Impact Factor
1. Sinha Vinita, Bhattacharya Sanjay 3 2018 Study of Role of Institutional Dynamics and Factors in Sustaining Pedagogical Innovation �A Case Study of an Indian Premier B-School ET Cases 0 0 00-00 NA 978-81-931001-8-9 NA NA NA National
2. Dipasha Sharma, Pankaj Sharma, shagun Thukral 9 2016 Non Banking Financial System in India: Is it a Shadow Banking or Parallel Banking? Changing Dynamics in Global Markets NA Bloomsbury Publishing India Pvt Ltd. New Delhi ISBN:978-93-86250-61-2 1 NA 56-64 NA ISBN:978-93-86250-61-2 National
3. Hiremath Rahul, Bimlesh Kumar, Bansode Sheelratan, Gurudas Nulkar, Patil Sharmila, Murali J 8 2016 Industrial wastewater management in the context of climate change adaptation in selected cities of India ? A business approach Reconsidering the Impact of Climate Change on Global Water Supply, Use, and Management Rao Prakash, Patil Yogesh IGI Global USA - - 294-313 NA 9781522510475 International
4. Susheela Girisaballa, Sonali Bhattacharya 6 2016 Sustainable Supply Chain: An Institutional Perspective Strategic Management of Sustainable Manufacturing Operations Rameshwar Dubey IGI Global 1 0 272-302 NA 978152250350 International
5. Bhattacharya, S., Bhattacharya, S. 1 2016 How Safe and Secured are our Children? A Study of Human Rights Violations of Children in India Public Health: Some International Aspects Joav Merrick, M.D. (Medical Director, Health Services, Division for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Ministry of Social Affairs and Social Nova Science Publishers, USA 1 1 13455 Scopus 9781634846127 International
6. Venkatachalam Rama, Neelam Netra 2 2015 Assessing the Dynamics of perferred organizational: An empirical study of post graducate students as potential employees Transforming HR creating a culture for change & CSR Anamika Sinha, Reena Shah, Nina Muncherji Excel India Publisher - - 13-21 NA 978-93-84869-09-0 National
7. Bhattacharya Sonali, Sinha Vinita, Chaudhari Kaushik, Sheorey Pratima 6 2014 A conceptual framework for determining brand attitude and brand equity through text analytics of social media behaviour Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology Mehdi Khosrow-Pour, D.B.A. IGI Global 10 - - Google Scholar 9781466658882 International
8. Bhattacharya Subhasheesh, Bhattacharya Sonali 6 2013 Innovation System of India Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation and Entrepreneurship - Springer - - - NA 978-93-5097-503-9 National
Sr.No. Author Month Year Title Journal Volume Issue Page No Index ISBN/ISSN No. Reference No. Paid/Unpaid National/International Refreed/Non Refreed STEM/Non-STEM Impact Factor
1. Rakesh Yadav, Dr. Pankaj Sharma, Philip Coelho, Ambekar Suhas 7 2018 The Ethics of Downsizing Conference Proceeding of 4 th International Conference on Arts Humanities and Social Science (ICAHS - 2018) 1 1 04/Jan NA ISBN: 978 - 93 - 87433 - NA NA NA International
2. Behl Abhishek, Pratima Sheorey, Sushma Nayak, Ajith Kumar VV 3 2018 Role of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in Participatory Democracy: a Forerunner to an Egalitarian Society ICEGOV '17 0 0 10/Jan NA 978-1-4503-4825-6/17/03 NA NA NA International
3. Rajagopal K, Dr. Pankaj Sharma, Rakesh Yadav 2 2018 POST STRATEGIC DIRECT TAX ENGINEERING TAX REVENUE PROGRESSION ASSESSMENT International Conference on advances in Computer Technology and Management(ICACTM)-2018 1 1 14/Sep Cabell's directory 9788192176895 NA NA NA International
4. Rajagopal K, Mahajan Vaishali, netra neelam, Shashi Bhatt 2 2018 A Study on Consumer Perception, Satisfation and Expectation from E-wallet service, an initiative towards Digitization 13th SIMSR Global Marketing Conference - Marketing to the Global Consumer 15 16 105- NA 9789381715147 NA NA NA International
5. Dr. Pankaj Sharma, Rakesh Yadav 2 2018 Karl Popper Philosophy of Science "INCUBATION" – II-“Contemporary Corporate Strategies: Global Perspectives” 2 2018 137-143 NA 978-93-87665-56-9 NA NA NA International
6. Dr. Subhasis Sen, Dr. Rajagopal K 2 2018 Price Determination in Sports Event Marketing: A Content Analysis Marketing to the Global Consumer, 13TH SIMSR Global Marketing Conference 0 0 191-195 NA 9789381715147 NA NA NA International

Case Studies Published (2012-17)

Sr.No.

Author

Month

Year

Title

Journal

Volume

Issue

Page No

Index

ISBN/ISSN No.

Reference No.

 

1.   

Dr Dipasha Sharma, Dr Aradhana Gandhi, Dr Pooja Sharma

3

2017

When a Global Gaint failed to understand Local litigations: 2- minute Nestle Noodle Case

ET cases and The case Centre

Reference No. : STG-1-004

Reference No. : STG-1-004

 

NA

Reference No. : STG-1-004

Reference No. : STG-1-004

International

2.   

Dr. Manish Sinha, Dr. Dipasha Sharma

2

2017

Taking a Call on the Direction of Monetary Policy of India in the Crisis Year

The Times of India Group

0

0

 

NA

978-81-931001-5-8

na

National

5.   

Dr. Manish Sinha, Dr. Dipasha Sharma

2

2017

TAKING A CALL ON THE DIRECTION OF MONETARY POLICY OF INDIA IN THE CRISIS YEAR

ET cases

1

-

 

NA

-

ME-1-0025

National

6.   

Sharma Dipasha, Krishnakumar Dipali, Thukral Shagun

9

2015

Inclusive Growth in a Mobile Way: m.Paani

ET Cases and The Case Centre UK

-

-

 

NA

-

ENTP-1-0007

International

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Book Published

S.No Author Month Year Book Name Editor Volume Issue Page No. Index ISSN No
1. Dr.PoojaSharma * 3 2019 Compendium of 6th International HR Conference Proceedings, Demystifying Team Dynamics K. J Somiya 1 1 152 - 158 1330
978-81-934533-7-7