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Dr. A. V. Shukla

Chairperson
Center for Research Studies

The Centre for Research Studies, through its fellow programmes, strives towards the mission of developing management faculty as global thought leaders. At the same time the Centre endeavors to transform young researchers into innovative thinkers and solution providers.

The Centre for Research Studies conducts doctoral level programmes besides conducting research seminars, conferences and workshops. It has been one of the earliest centres of its kind in private business schools in the country. The Centre has influenced policy and structure of many organizations through its research output. The Centre offers Fellow Programme in Management (FPM) and Executive Fellow Programme in Management (EFPM).

Research Guide Faculty Members List:

S.N.FacultyDetails
1Dr. A.V. ShuklaKnow More
2Dr. Abhijit Kumar ChattorajKnow More
3Dr. Ajoy Kumar DeyKnow More
4Dr. Arunaditya SahayKnow More
5Dr. Gagan KatiyarKnow More
6Dr. Garima MalikKnow More
7Dr. Girish JainKnow More
8Dr. Gokulananda PatelKnow More
9Dr. Harivansh ChaturvediKnow More
10Dr. Khanindra Ch. DasKnow More
11Dr. L. RamaniKnow More
12Dr. Manosi ChaudhuriKnow More
13Dr. Meena BhatiaKnow More
14Dr. Monika JainKnow More
15Dr. Navin Kumar ShrivastavaKnow More
16Dr. Pooja MalikKnow More
17Dr. Pooja MisraKnow More
18Dr. Poonam VyasKnow More
19Dr. Rahul SinghKnow More
20Dr. Shreya MishraKnow More
21Dr. TV RamanaKnow More
22Dr. Veenu SharmaKnow More

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FacultyABDC ClassificationReference
Khanindra Ch. Das            A*Das,K.C. & M. K. Mahalik (2023). Renewable Energy Use and Export Performance of Manufacturing Firms: Panel Evidence from Six Industries in India, Energy Economics, 125: 106894. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eneco.2023.106894
Rahul Sindhwani            ASindhwani, R., Hasteer, N., Behl, A., Chatterjee, C., & Hamzi, L. (2023). Analysis of sustainable supply chain and industry 4.0 enablers: a step towards decarbonizing supply chains. Annals of Operations Research, 1-39
Rahul Sindhwani           AHasteer, N., Sindhwani, R., Behl, A., Varshney,A., Sharma, A.,(2023) Exploring the inhibitors for competitive AI software development through cloud-driven transformation. Annals of Operations Research, (Accepted)
Pooja Misra           AHameed Z, Naeem R M, Misra P, Chotia V, Malibari A (2023), Ethical leadership and environmental performance: The role of green IT capital, green technology innovation, and technological orientation, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2023.122739
Pooja Misra           ACheng J, Mohammed K, Misra P, Tedeschi M, Ma X, Role of green technologies, climate uncertainties and energy prices on the supply chain: Policy-based analysis through the lens of sustainable development, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2023.122705
Pooja Misra          AShankar A, Kumar A, Yadav R, Misra P, Pani A K (2023), Should I adopt an integrated virtual clinic? A dual-factor theory perspective, Journal of Consumer Behavior, https://doi.org/10.1002/cb.2202
Meena Bhatia          ASajjad, A., Zhang, Q., Asmi, F., Anwar, M. A., & Bhatia, M. (2024). Identifying the motivating factors to promote socially responsible consumption under circular economy: A perspective from norm activation theory. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 76, 103544.
Veenu Sharma           AP Kautish, M Siddiqui, A Siddiqui, V Sharma, SM Alshibani (2023), Technology-enabled cure and care: An application of innovation resistance theory to telemedicine apps in an emerging market context, Technological Forecasting and Social Change
Veenu Sharma           AN Sreen, V Sharma, SM Alshibani, S Walsh, G Russo (2023), Knowledge acquisition from innovation failures: a study of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), Journal of Knowledge Management
Veenu Sharma           AMD Habib, P Kaur, V Sharma, S Talwar (2023), Analyzing the food waste reduction intentions of UK households. A Value-Attitude-Behavior (VAB) theory perspective, Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services
Veenu Sharma          AR Agarwal, A Mehrotra, V Sharma, A Papa, A Malibari (2023), Over-the-top (OTT) retailing in the post pandemic world. Unveiling consumer drivers and barriers using a qualitative study, Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services
Veenu Sharma          AP Sharma, A Srivastava, V Sharma, N Singh, S Nijjer (2023), Understanding consumer repurchase intentions towards luxury retail brands: Evidence from an emerging market, Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services
Veenu Sharma         AMD Habib, A Alghamdi , V Sharma , A Mehrotra, S Bagdghish (2023), Diet or lifestyle: Consumer purchase behavior of vegan retailing. A qualitative assessment, Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services
Nisha Bamel          AUmesh Bamel, Satish Kumar, Weng marc Lim, Natanya Meyer (Dec 2022), Managing the dark side of digitalization in the future of work: A fuzzy TISM approach, Journal of Innovation and Knowledge, 2444-569X
S M Fatah Uddin          AS M Fatah Uddin, Food-leftover sharing intentions of consumers: An extension of the theory of planned behaviour (2023), Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 1873-1384
S M Fatah Uddin            AS M Fatah Uddin, Socio-environmental considerations and organic food consumption: An empirical investigation of the attitude of Indian consumers (2023), Food Quality and Preference
S M Fatah Uddin        AS M Fatah Uddin, Anthropomorphism and consumer behaviour: A SPAR‐4‐SLR protocol compliant hybrid review, International Journal of Consumer Studies
Shreya Mishra        ATalwar, S., Luqman, A., Kaur, P., Srivastava, P., & Mishra, S. (2023). How social networking ties mediate the associations between enterprise social media affordances and employee agility?. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 195, 122759. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2023.122759
Shreya Mishra         AShaik, A. S., Alshibani, S. M., Mishra, S., Papa, A., & Cuomo, M. T. (2023). Does learning from innovation failure enhance innovation performance? A quantitative investigation of small businesses. Technovation, 127, 102818. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.technovation.2023.102818
Shreya Mishra       ARasheed, M. I., Pitafi, A. H., Mishra, S., & Chotia, V. (2023). When and how ESM affects creativity: The role of communication visibility and employee agility in a cross-cultural setting. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 194, 122717. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2023.122717
Shreya Mishra        AMadanguli, T. A., Dhir, A., Kaur, P., Mishra, S., & Srivastava, S. (In press). A systematic literature review on corporate social responsibility and hotels: Past achievements and future promises in the hospitality sector. Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism.

Faculty

ABDC Classification

Reference

Pradeep Kumar

A*

Kumar, P., Sharma, S., Tutet, V. (2023) Artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled CRM Capability in Healthcare: the impact on service innovation, International Journal of Information management org/10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2022.102598

Pradeep Kumar

A

Kumar, P. (2022). Managing Service flexibility in healthcare for improved customer experience: a data-driven approach, Journal of Strategic Marketing 1080/0965254X.2022.2096671

Pradeep Kumar

A

Kumar, P., Singh, S.K; Pereria,V.; Leonidou, E., (2020), Cause-related marketing and Service Innovation in Emerging Healthcare: Role of Service flexibility and ServiceClimate, International Marketing Review https://doi.org/10.1108/IMR-03-2019-0101 

Pradeep Kumar

A

Kumar P., Chakraborty S. (2022), Green Service Production and Environmental Performance in healthcare Emergencies: Role of Big Data Management and Green HRM Practices, International Journal of Logistics Management https://doi.org/10.1108/IJLM-02-2021-0075

Pradeep Kumar

A

Kumar, P., Dwivedi, Y.K., Anand, A. (2021), Responsible Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Value Formation and Market Performance in Healthcare: the Mediating Role of Patient’s Cognitive Engagement, Information Systems Frontiers, htps://doi.org/10.1007/s10796-021-10136-6

Pradeep Kumar

A

Kumar, P., Bera, S., Dutta, T., Chakraborty, S. (2018) Auxiliary flexibility in healthcare delivery systems: An integrative framework and implicationsGlobal Journal of Flexible Systems Management org/10.1007/s40171-018-0183-y

Pradeep Kumar

A

Kumar, P., Vrontis, D., Palleneto, F. (2023), Cognitive engagement with AI-enabled technologies and value creation in healthcare, Journal of Consumer Behavior,  https://doi.org/10.1002/cb.2196

Pratibha Singh

A*

Sinha, N., Singh, P., Gupta, M., & Singh, P. (2020). Robotics at workplace: An integrated Twitter analytics–SEM based approach for behavioral intention to accept. International Journal of Information Management, 55, 102210

Pratibha Singh

A

Kabra, S., & Singh, P. (2023). Envisaging creative tourism through boutique hotels: an integrated framework of transformative experience. Tourism Recreation Research, 1-17. (ABDC-A)

Admission to 12th Batch of 2024 : Click Here

Birla Institute of Management Technology offers a Fellow Programme in Management (FPM) approved by All India Council for Technical Education (Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India), which is a doctoral level programme for full time research scholar, with an objective to groom talented young researchers to be transformed into innovative thinkers and real world solution providers, seeking opportunities in academics or industry. The FPM effectively draws from the research strengths of faculty members at BIMTECH, who have cutting-edge research competence. This programme is both academically rigorous as well as highly relevant to the needs of today’s globalised business.

 

BIMTECH offers a monthly scholarship of Rs. 40,000 in the first year followed by Rs.45,000 in second year and Rs.50,000 thereafter , to its full time research scholars. In addition to the monthly stipend, full time research scholars also receive a research grant up to of Rs. 1.80 Lakhs.

 

In addition to training future researchers in the domain of business education, this programme also serves to boost research capability and invigorate motivation and creativity. FPM (Doctoral) scholars are expected to be involved as research/teaching assistants and strive to be co-author with faculty members, making it a win-win proposition for the scholars as well as the mentors.

 

The research focus of FPM (Doctoral) programme leads to state-of-art research insights. This contributes both to the research scholars getting new knowledge and the institute in bringing the new knowledge to the classroom. Leading Business schools around the globe, without exception, have this feature in their curriculum.

 

FPM is aligned to our mission of creating and disseminating knowledge in global context which suitably places our Fellows as future faculty and industrial researchers. It embodies our assurance to being a class apart; being innovative. Ultimately, it enables us to have a superior impact on academia as well as industry. This programme is a full time programme.

The Executive Fellow Programme in Management (EFPM) at BIMTECH approved by All India Council for Technical Education (Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India) is a doctoral level programme designed to gratify the erudite needs of working business executives. It prepares executives for careers in management teaching and research scholar as well as in management practice, consulting and development.The programme is built on the executives’ past experience and academic achievements. It helps the executive maximize his/her effectiveness as an educator or practitioner. The programme helps the executives in their current management roles as well as preparing them for possible careers in academia or consulting.The EFPM is designed to enhance the research and consulting skills of the executive. The Programme is also expected to increase the executives’ understanding of research methodology and techniques applicable in business.

Tuition Fee is Rs. 80,000/- per annum. After 4 semesters, the tuition fee will increase by Rs. 10,000 every year

In addition to a rigorous but fulfilling Coursework (Phase I) of the E/FPM the scholars are offered various learning opportunities by way of short duration workshops addressed by National and International professors and practitioners. Please click here to see details of workshops held in last 2 years 


Name Designation Email ID Phone No. Extension No.
Prof. A.V. Shukla Chairperson (Centre for Research Studies) [email protected] +91-120-6843000-10
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Dr Pradeep Kumar Coordinator – Fellow Program [email protected] +91-120-6843000-10
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Mr. Shivendra Singh Assistant [email protected] +91-120-6843000-10, Mob: 9990504171 316

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