Ph.D. (Working Professional)
Course Code PHDW
Course Type Part Time
Min Qualification A Master’s Degree (Bechelor’s Degree obtained in 10+2+3 followed bt a two years Master’s Degree) from a recognized University in the relevant discipline with 55% or its equivalent ‘B’ grade in the UGC 7 point scale. Professional Qualification in Chartered Accountancy/ Cost Accountancy/Company Secretary as awarded by the respective Statutory Institutes of India will be considered equivalent to Master’s Degree.
Jagran Lakecity University proposes to launch a Ph.D program focussed on the Senior level working professionals. Those in the corporate world would often like to link their work experience to the theoretical knowledge and developments in the discipline. A Ph.D program allows a professional to dive deep into the world of theoretical knowledge and locate their work experience in that broader context.
- The candidate should have a minimum of eight years of work experience.
- The candidate should be working in an organization that places a premium on research.
- The candidate should furnish a ‘no objection certificate’ from the parent organization when applying.
|Fess / Per Year
Yes, we have a practice of appointing PhD scholars as Research assistants.
Q.3. What is the pattern of classes for full time and part time candidates during the first-year coursework?
We don’t have part time PhD Program, At JLU we offer PhD for working professionals this program has been curated especially for Professionals.
The Research cell of the university initiates the process of allocating the Guides and Co-Guide according to the subject expertise with the approval of Dean and Consent of faculty expert .
Guides will be assigned by the University after completing the Term -1, Candidates are free to choose their Co -Guide from the outside as well .
Yes, Candidates are allowed to change their guide with the approval of dean and Research cell.
Q.8. Is it mandatory to publish a research paper before submitting the thesis for award of PhD degree from JLU?
According to UGC No paper is required, however we follow the guidelines of publishing two research papers before the submission.
Consultation and discussion with the Supervisor.
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Steps to apply for fee concession :
|Step 1||Choose your program and complete the admission Application Form.|
|Step 2||Applicant has to Appear in the JLURET / Personal Interview round as guided by the admission counselor.|
|Step 3||If shortlisted, Provisional Admission Letter (PAL) will release to the applicant.|
|Step 4||Applicant has to accept the PAL and deposit seat booking amount within 7 days of the date of issuance of the letter.|
|Step 5||Recheck the scholarship eligibility on website, and connect with the admission counselor to fill the scholarship application form and submit it to the admissions office.|
|Step 6||If shortlisted, the scholarship letter will be emailed to you with in 7 working days of the scholarship application submission.|
|Step 7||Deposit full 1st semester fee at Admission Office and get registration complete at the Student Section Office.|
Types of fee concession :
- Fee Concession to DPS Alumni: Alumni charges (one time) 100% waiver
- Fee Concession to JLU Alumni:
- 10% waiver on tuition fees every year for the entire course duration.
- Alumni fees waiver.
- Fee Concession to JLU Alumni – siblings:
- Siblings refer to brother or sister having both parents in common (own blood relation)
- 10% waiver on tuition fees for the first year only.
- Fee Concession to JLU employee for child’s education in JLU:
- 50% concession on tuition fees ONLY.
- Confirmed & full-time employees only, post confirmation 3 years to be completed.
- HR policy may be referred for details.
- Fee Concession for JLU Faculty (Confirmed employee as on the date of admission) applying for PhD
- 50% concession on tuition fees ONLY
- Caution money waiver ONLY.
- In case, the employee leaves the organization during the course of study, the concession availed will be
reversed & all the sums will be liable for payment.
- After completion of PhD, the faculty member completes 5 years’ time in the University; the entire amount
paid will be reimbursed to the employee.
- HR policy may be referred for details.
- Fee Concession for JSWS Board Members:
- JSWS family members will get 50% concession on tuition fees ONLY.
- Caution money waiver.
- Fee concession to Defense services:
- 10% waiver on tuition fees for the entire course duration.
The awards are always motivating and act as a catalyst to invent more. Researchers toil in their labs or at their computers for several good reasons. At JLU, we appreciate, recognize and award the serious contributors at several grounds. The prizes are a tribute to all the researchers who have contributed to the progress of humanity through their dedication.
- 2013- 14 – Dr. Vinay Joshi, Professor, School of Commerce and Economics
- 2014- 15 – Dr. Vinay Joshi , Professor, School of Commerce and Economics
- 2015 -16 – Deevanshu Shrivastava, Assistant Professor(SG), School of Law
- 2016- 17 – Deevanshu Shrivastava, Assistant Professor(SG), School of Law
- 2017 -18 – Deevanshu Shrivastava, Assistant Professor(SG), School of Law
- 2018- 19 – Dr. Mohan Raja
|Faculty / School Name||Research Supervisor Name and Designation||Research Experience||Ph.D Awarded Institution Name||Research Field||Books Published||Journals Published||Patent Details, Else NA||No. of students complete Ph.D under supervisor and Ph.D pursuing students||No. of Available Seats|
|Faculty of Management & Commerce||Dr. Vivek Khare, Registrar||18||Barkatullah University||Commerce||0||12||0||1 completed and 2 running||6|
|Faculty of Management & Commerce||Prof. (Dr.) P.K.Biswas, Dean||39||Utkal University||Sociology||5||48||NA||3 completed and 1 running||7|
|Faculty of Management & Commerce||Dr. Priyanka Nema,Associate Professor & Research Head||7.7||Barkatullah University||Management||NA||11 out which 7 are in Scopus and ABDC index journal||NA||2 completed and 5 running||1|
|Faculty of Management & Commerce||Dr. Ankush Sharma, Associate Professor & Head||15.7||University Dharm Sinh Desai, Gujarat||Management||NA||13||NA||0 completed and 3 running||3|
|Faculty of Management & Commerce||Dr. Ashish Khare, Assistant Professor(SG)||16.6||University of Rajasthan, Jaipur||Commerce||NA||8||2||None completed and 1 running||3|
|Faculty of Management & Commerce||Dr. Mohammad Iftekhar Khan, Assistant Professor(SG)||12.6||MANIT,BHOPAL||Management||NA||5||NA||None completed and 1 running||3|
|Faculty of Management & Commerce||Dr. Priyanka Rawal, Assistant Professor(SG)||15.0||APS Univeristy, Rewa||Management||2||13||NA||None completed and 1 running||3|
|Faculty of Management & Commerce||Dr.Chandra Shekhar Upadhyay, Assistant Professor(SG)||12.7||Pacific University, Udaipur||Management||0||9||NA||None completed and none running||4|
|Faculty of Management & Commerce||Dr.Rahila Ali, Assistant Professor(SG)||12.5||Barkatullah University||Management||1||4||NA||None completed and none running||4|
|Faculty of Management & Commerce||Dr. Shruti Sinha, Assistant Professor(G-II)||5.7||AKTU University, Lucknow||Management||0||5||NA||None completed and 4 running||0|
|Faculty of Management & Commerce||Dr. Rahul Pandey, Associate Professor & Head||17.3||Hari Singh Gour Central University, Sagar||Commerce||3||14||1||None completed and 2 running||4|
|Faculty of Management & Commerce||Dr. Sarvesh Mohania, Associate Professor||13.1||Barkatullah University||Commerce||1||24||NA||None completed and 4 running||2|
|Faculty of Management & Commerce||Dr. Deepal Mehrotra,Assistant Professor(SG)||6.4||Barkatullah University||Commerce||0||5||NA||None and 1 running||3|
|School of Law||Prof.Dr. Sachin Rastogi, Associate Dean||17.4||CCS University, Meerut||Law||3||31||NA||5 completed and 3 running||5|
|School of Law||Dr.Vikas Gupta, Professor||11.1||CCS University, Meerut||Law||NA||12||NA||None completed and 2 running||6|
|School of Law||Dr.Deevanshu Shrivastava, Associate Professor & Head||10.8||Barkatullah University||Law||NA||29||1||None and 6 running||0|
|School of Law||Dr. Anita Ladha, Associate Professor||16.4||Barkatullah University||Law||NA||11||NA||1 completed and 6 running||0|
|School of Law||Dr.Yash Tiwari, Assistant Professor(SG)||9.9||Barkatullah University||Law||1||34||NA||None completed and 4 running||0|
|School of Law||Dr. Apoorva Dixit, Assistant Professor(G-II)||7.7||Jagran Lakecity University, Bhopal||Law||NA||9||NA||None completed and 4 running||0|
|Jagran School of Journalism & Creative Studies||Dr.Swati Jaywant Rao Bute, Associate Professor||13.8||Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune, M.H.||Communication and Journalism||2||8||NA||None and 6 running||0|
|Jagran School of Journalism & Creative Studies||Dr. Shivendra Kumar Mishra, Assistant Professor(G-II)||9.7||Mahatma Gandhi Chitrakoot Gramodaya Vishwavidyalaya, Chitrakut, M.P.||Communication and Journalism||NA||8||NA||None and 5 running||0|
|Jagran School of Journalism & Creative Studies||Dr. Mohammad Aamir Pasha, Assistant Professor(G-II)||1.5||Central University of Odisha, Odisha||Communication and Journalism||2||10||NA||None and 2 running||2|
|Faculty of Liberal Arts & Humanities||Prof.(Dr.) Sandeep Shastri, Vice Chancellor||40.2||Bangalore University||Political Science||14||146||NA||13 students completed and 5 running under||3|
|Faculty of Liberal Arts & Humanities||Dr.Ruchi Sharma, Professor||22.8||Barkatullah University||Sociology||12||NA||None and none running||8|
|Faculty of Liberal Arts & Humanities||Dr. Rolii Ajay Khare,Associate Professor||11.6||Barkatullah University||English Literature||5||NA||None and 1 running||5|
|Faculty of Liberal Arts & Humanities||Dr. Reena Singh Rajput, Associate Professor||17.2||Barkatullah University||Psychology||4||10||NA||None and 1 running||5|
|Faculty of Liberal Arts & Humanities||Dr. Anshika Makhijani, Associate Professor||13.6||Barkatullah University||English Literature||2||12||NA||None and 4 running||2|
|Faculty of Liberal Arts & Humanities||Dr. Suman Swati, Assistant Professor(SG)||8.8||MANIT,BHOPAL||English Literature||8||NA||None and 1 running||3|
|School of Hospitality & Tourism||Dr. Mohammad Shoaib Khan, Assistant Professor(G-II)||4.7||Aligarh, Muslim University||Hospitality and Tourism||6||NA||1 completed and 4 running||0|
|Jagran School of Sports Science & Physical Education||Dr. Harshvardhan Dave, Associate Professor & Head||19.8||RTM University, Nagpur||Physical Education||2||7||NA||None completed and 2 running||4|
|School of Engineering & Technology||Dr. Dileep Kumar Singh, Associate Professor & Head||18.1||MANIT,BHOPAL||Engineering & Technology||2||28||3||None and 8 running||0|
|School of Engineering & Technology||Dr. Vandana Rathore, Associate Professor||22.8||VIKRAM UNIVERSITY,UJJAIN||Engineering & Technology||4||10||NA||None and 1 running||5|
|List of Scopus Scholars|
|S.No||School||Name of Ph.D Scholar||Research Paper||Journal||Year|
|1||SOET||Geetanjli Khambra||Applications of machine learning techniques on Fly Ash based concrete: An overview||Materials Today : Proceeding||2021|
|2||SOET||Farhat Javed Hashmi||Effect of Smart Devices on School Going Students||Materials Today Proceedings-Elsevier||2021|
|3||JBS||Sanjeev Puri||Comprative analysis of key connectivity business network value chain metrics in Siticul farms||Int Journal of logistics management||2021|
|4||SOHSS||Madiha Khan||A Brief Comparison Of Two Poets Of The Romantic Era : Lord Baron Byron And William Wordsworth||Dogo Rangsang Research Journal||2021|
|5||SOET||Dileep Kumar Singh||Analysis of cryptographic encryption algorithm design to secure IoT devices: A review||material today: proceedings (elsevier)||2021|
|6||SOET||Dileep Kumar Singh||machine learning based recommendation system for disease drug material and adverse drug reaction: comparative review||material today: proceedings (elsevier)||2021|
|7||SOET||Dileep Kumar Singh||LAKA: Lightweight Authentication and key agreement protocol for internet of things based wireless body area network||wireless personal communications (Springer)||2021|
|8||SOET||Dileep Kumar Singh||challenges in evolutionary algorithm to find optimal parameters of SVM: A review||material today: proceedings (elsevier)||2021|
|9||SOET||Dileep Kumar Singh||blockchain based security and privacy for biomedicaland healthcare information exchange system||material today: proceedings (elsevier)||2021|
|10||SOCE||Dr. Sarvesh Mohania||Rising Profits and Failing Market Share – A Case of National Bank||Indian Journal of Finance||2021|
|11||JLBS||Dr. Priyanka Nema||Exploring Relationships between family firms’ market orientation and innovation: proposition of a conceptual framework||FIIB Business Review||2021|
|12||JLBS||Dr. Priyanka Nema||The Role of Perceived Risk in Engaging Customer and Employees for Value Creation in Services||Vision: The Journal of Business Perspective||2021|
|13||JLBS||Dr. B Padmapriya||Impact of cash surplus on firm’s capital structure: validation of pecking order theory||Managerial finance||2021|
|14||JLBS||Poornima Mishra||“Environmental capabilities, proactive environmental strategy and competitive advantage: A natural-resource-based view of firms operating in India”||Journal of Cleaner Production||2021|
|15||SOHSS||Anjuli Thawait||Evolution of Narcissistic Narration||Conference: The Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities 2020||2020|
|16||SOHSS||Anjuli Thawait||Extensions of Literary Archetypes within Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite: Character Paradigm from 19th and 20th Centuries into this Century’s Blockbuster||Korea Journal||2020|
|17||SOL||Shruti Jane Eusebius||Parens Patriae and the Role of the State under Juvenile Justice Law in India||Juvenile Justice Law in India:A Critical Study||2020|
|18||SOCE||Dr. Sarvesh Mohania||The COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the banking industry – a case of national bank Ltd||2020|
|19||SOCE||Dr. Sarvesh Mohania||Post-merger changes in public sector banks: A case of national bank ltd. and bank of gujarat ltd.||2020|
|20||SOCE||Dr. Sarvesh Mohania||Merger of public sector banks: A case of Chennai Bank Ltd. and Bhopal Bank Ltd.||2020|
|21||JSJC||Dr. Shruti Sinha||Association of mindfulness, subjective well-being and coping up with stress among university students||world review of entrepreneurship management and sustainable development||2020|
|22||JSJC||Dr. Shruti Sinha||Integrating Corporate Social Responsibility(CSR)and Sustainability Linkages with Stakeholders Perceptions and Competence- Mediating Role of CSR Culture||world review of entrepreneurship management and sustainable development||2020|
|23||JLBS||Dr. Priyanka Nema||Association of mindfulness, subjective well-being and coping up with stress among university students||world review of entrepreneurship management and sustainable development||2020|
|24||JLBS||Dr. Priyanka Nema||Assessing the Impact of Self-Esteem, Environmental Mastery, and Optimism on Life Satisfaction||International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology||2020|
|25||JLBS||Dr. B Padmapriya||Deciphering Innovation Dynamics in Emerging Markets (Accepted)||Strategic Change||2020|
|26||SOHSS||Madiha Khan||William Wordsworth And Picturesque Perspicacity||Journal Of Emerging Technologies And Innovative Research||2019|
|27||SOHSS||Madiha Khan||Maturing,Continuity and Changeability in Wordsworth’s Postliminary Poesy||International Journal Of Research And Analytical Views||2019|
|28||SOET||Dileep Kumar Singh||intrusion response prioritization based on fuzzy ELECTRE multiple criteria decission making technique||journal of information security and applications (elsevier)||2019|
|29||JLBS||Poornima Mishra||Environmental strategy and organizational capabilities: An empirical study to classify companies operating in India||International Journal of Sustainability in Economic, Social, and Cultural Contextthis link is disabled,||2019|
|30||SOET||Dileep Kumar Singh||framework for fuzzy rule based automatic intrusion response selection system (FRAISS) using fuzzy analytic hierarchy process and fuzzy TOPSIS||journal of intelligent & fuzzy systems (IOS)||2018|
|31||SOET||Dileep Kumar Singh||comparative study ofvarious open source data mining tools||international journal of engineering and management research||2017|
|32||SOET||Farhat Javed Hashmi||Social, Ethical and Other Issues of Networked World||ICCEE||2016|
|33||SOET||Dileep Kumar Singh||network intrusion detection techniques and open source tools||international journal of engineering and management research||2016|
|34||JSJC||Dr. Shruti Sinha||Organizational culture innovative behaviour and work related attitude; role of psychological empowerment||Journal of Workplace Learning||2016|
|35||JBS||Sanjeev Puri||Sanjeev Puri, Real-time Open Decisive Business Network Infrastructure for Smart Grid||accepted in International Journal of Computer and Electrical Engineering, Vol. 2, No. 3, June, 2010 and certify by Grid Distributed Community 2009Sanjeev Puri, “Security and Privacy Control for Wireless Sensor Networks”, Selected for publishing in International Journal of Adavanced Scientific Research and Technology for September 2012 V3 No. 2.||2012|
At JLU, everyone believes in nurturing the talent to innovate, invent and improve the life happiness index. We empower the inventor and motivate to patent and to use the invention for any purpose for a better tomorrow. Rigorous efforts of JLU faculty have crowned our academia with several patents and IPR and we look forward to each Ph.D applicant to research more and more.
The patent & IPR details are:
|Year||No of Patents Awarded|
|Number of Patents published/awarded during the last five years|
|Sr. No.||Patentee||Patent No.||Title of the patent||Year of Award / publish of patent|
|1||Dr. Ashish khare||2021104517||AUTOMATIC CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM USING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENE BASED PERSONALIZED ADVERTISEMENT AND OFFERINGS Innovation Patent Granted by IP Australia||2022|
|2||Dr. Deevanshu Shrivastava||370643-001||DEVICE FOR ATTENDANCE MANAGEMENT WITH IMAGE CAPTURING CAMERA Application No. 370643-001 CBR No. 205848||2022|
|3||Mr. Tanmay Agrawal||2021102839||Artificial Intelligence system enabled in Human Resource Management||2021|
|4||Dr. Ashish khare||2021103954||METHOD FOR SECURE AND AUTOMATIC PAYROLL SYSTEM USING IOT SENSORS WITH TWO FACTOR AUTHENTICATION Innovation Patent Granted by IP Australia||2021|
|5||Dr. Dileep Kumar Singh||202021000766||LIVE VIRTUAL MACHINE TASK USING MULTI ISSUE MUGGER INCLOUD COMPUTING – Patent Published in IP India||2020|
|6||Dr. Dileep Kumar Singh||202021004742||A SMART ALGORITHM FOR SOURCE ALLOCATION AND SELF MANAGEMENT OF WIRELESS IOT GATEWAY – Patent Published in IP India||2020|
|7||Dr Prashant Kumar Shukla||2020101920||TRIBOLOGICAL PROCESSED SOLID SUPER LUBRICITY CARBON-BASED DRILLS – Innovation Patent Granted by IP Australia||2020|
|8||Dr. Dileep Kumar Singh & Prof Rajit Nair||202011032563||METHOD FOR PREDICTING DISEASE USING MACHINE LEARNING – Patent Published in IP India||2020|
|9||Prof Rajit Nair||2020102248||Method for Minimizing the Specific Absorption Values of the Multi-Homed Heterogeneous Wireless Devices – Innovation Patent Granted by IP Australia||2020|
|10||Prof Rajit Nair & Prof Sweta Gupta||2020102588||Packet Delay and Bandwidth Consideration for Real-time and Non-real-time Applications for QoS Oriented Network Selection in IEEE 802.16e WiMAX Networks – Innovation Patent Granted by IP Australia||2020|
|11||Dr Prashant Kumar Shukla||201911031482||System of Smart Grid Network For Electricity Supply In Smart Cities Using Big Data Computing – Patent Published in IP India||2019|
|12||Dr Prashant Kumar Shukla||201941029525||System of Heat Sink Motor Control For Consumer Electronic Devices – Patent published in IP India||2019|
|Year||No of Publications|
|S.No.||School Name||Faculty Name||Paper Title||Journal Name||ISSN/E-ISSN/ISBN||Listed in||Year of Publication|
|1||JSJC||Noopur Tiwari||Behavioral effects of playing violent immersive games among adolescents in secondary schools of Central India.||14th International Conference on Humanities, Psychology and Social Sciences, Dublin||ISBN: 978-609-485-290-9||Peer Review||2022|
|2||FLAH||Dr. Suman Swati||Tracing Multicultural Aspects in Amitav Ghosh’s The Glass Palace and Analyzing Reverse Nostalgia and Identity Crisis||Research Review International Journal of Multidisciplinary||E-Issn- 2455-3085||Peer Review||2021|
|3||FLAH||Dr. Reena Singh||Impact on the Well being of Teachers and Students with a change of Teaching Technologies for COVID-19||Modern Thamizh Research -An International Multi Latreral Thamizh Journal||ISSN : 2321-984X||Peer Review||2021|
|4||SOL||Dr. Anita Ladha||POSITION OF SMELL MARKS IN INDIA: A LEGAL QUANDARY||Journal Of The Maharaja Sayajirao University Of Baroda Volume-56, No.4 (1) 2022 61||ISSN : 0025-0422||Peer Review||2022|
|5||SOL||Dr. Anita Ladha||CHILDREN’S RIGHT TO SPEEDY JUSTICE: ANALYSIS OF PENDENCY OF JUVENILE CASES IN INDIA||NIU International Journal Of Human Rights Volume 9, April (I) 2022||ISSN: 2394 – 0298||Peer Review||2022|
|6||SOL||Dr. Anita Ladha||Relation between Legal Rights and Human Rights in Today’s Context||Sambodhi VOL.-44-Issue-02(II) ISSN No. 2249-6661(print)||ISSN: 2249-6661||Peer Review||2021|
|7||FLAH||Raghuraj Khullar||Education and Indian Cultural Ethos||Research Diary||2454-4183||Peer Review||2021|
|8||SOET||Sweta Gupta||Zika Virus Prediction Using AI-Driven Technology and Hybrid Optimization Algorithm in Healthcare||Journal of Healthcare Engineering||ISSN: 2040-2309 (Online), DOI: 10.1155/7158||Peer Review||2022|
|9||SOET||EDITOR: Sweta Gupta||Book : Blockchain For Information Security And Privacy||Taylor & Francis Group (Ebook)||9780367654481||Peer Review||2021|
|10||SOET||Anjali Nighoskar(Second Author)||Improve The Effectiveness In The Solar Tracking System Using Nodemcu Microcontroller||International Journal of Aquatic Sciences||ISSN:2008-8019||Peer Review||2021|
|11||SOCE||Dr. Rahul Pandey||Marketing of Banking Services in India, Vol. 6, pp. 603 – 608||International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews (IJRAR)||2348-1269, P- ISSN 2349-5138||Peer Review||2019|
|12||SOCE||Dr. Rahul Pandey||Carbon Credit : A step Towards Green Marketing, Vol.9, pp 13-20||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENT, ECOLOGY, FAMILY AND URBAN STUDIES (IJEEFUS)||2321-0109||Peer Review||2019|
|13||SOCE||Dr. Rahul Pandey||FII’s INVESTMENT TREND IN INDIAN STOCK MARKET POST RESESSION 2008, Vol. 6, pp.740-745||International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews (IJRAR)||E-ISSN 2348-1269, P- ISSN 2349-5138||Peer Review||2019|
|14||SOCE||Dr. Sarvesh Mohania||Ethical Corporate Culture – Way to Manage Claims Management in Insurance Services, Vol. 9, pp. 240- 244||International Journal of Management, Technology And Engineering||2249-7455||Peer Review||2019|
|15||SOCE||Dr. Sarvesh Mohania||Insurance Industry Game Changer – Ever changing Technology, Vol 9, pp. 3864 – 3869||International Journal of Management, Technology And Engineering||2249-7455||Peer Review||2019|
|16||SOCE||Dr. Sarvesh Mohania||Life Insurance – Essential, Unique and Exceptional Investment, Vol. 9, pp. 4936- 4939||International Journal of Management, Technology And Engineering||2249-7455||Peer Review||2019|
|17||SOCE||Dr. Sarvesh Mohania||Financial Planning & Life Insurance Importance in Human Life, Vol. 9, pp. 5177 – 5181||International Journal of Management, Technology And Engineering||2249-7455||Peer Review||2019|
|18||SOCE||Dr. Sarvesh Mohania||Corporate social responsibility – A long term investment for Insurance Companies, Vol. 9, pp. 49-52||VSRD International Journal of Business and Management Research||2319-2194||Peer Review||2019|
|19||SOCE||Girish Mainrai and Sarvesh Mohania||“Rising Profits and Falling Market Share – A Case of National Bank”||Indian Journal of Finance||0973 – 8711||Peer Review||2021|
|20||SOCE||Mrs. Jasmin Khare||A STUDY ON THE ROLE OF EMOTIONAL INTRELLIGENCE ON JOB STRESS AMONG EMPLOYEES IN INDIAN BANKING SECTOR: SPECIAL REFERENCE TO MADHYA PRADESH, Vol. 8, pp. 28 –||International Jounal of Scientific Research||2277-8179||Peer Review||2019|
|21||SOET||Dr. Dileep Kumar Singh||Intrusion response prioritization based on fuzzy ELECTRE multiple criteria decision making technique||Journal of Information Security and Applications||2214-2126||Peer Review||2019|
|22||SOET||Dr. Vandana Rathore||Thin-films for photovoltaic applications: a review of materials and preparation methods||Jagran International Journal on Contemprory Research (JIJCR)||2320-9372||Peer Review||2019|
|23||SOET||Dr. Shweta Singh||Mathematical Top and bottom Approach to Solve Transportation Problems with the Upper and lower bound Total Opportunity Cost Method||International Journal of Management, Technology and Engineering Volume IX, Issue III||2249-7455||Peer Review||2019|
|24||SOET||Dr. Shweta Singh||Optimization Techniques: Cost Opportunity Matrix for Solving Assignment Problem||International Journal of Management, Technology and Engineering||2249-7455||Peer Review||2019|
|25||SOET||Ms. Anjali Nighoskar||MPPT TECHNIQUES USED TO ENHANCE THE EFFICIENCY OF THE SOLAR PLANT||IJRAR (International Journal of researchand analytical reviews)||E-ISSN 2348-1269, P- ISSN 2349-5138||Peer Review||2019|
|26||SOET||Ms. Anjali Nighoskar||Renewable Energy for Sustainable Rural Development and Challenges||IJRAR (International Journal of researchand analytical reviews)||E-ISSN 2348-1269, P- ISSN 2349-5138||Peer Review||2019|
|27||SOET||Ms. Anjali Nighoskar||Economic Load dispatch With Valve Loading Effects Optimize by Bbmo||International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering||ISSN-2278-3075||Peer Review||2019|
|28||SOL||Dr. Anita Ladha||Preclude Human Rights and Customary Rights: An Overview||Wesleyan Journal of Research (An International Journal of Research) Vol. No. 15 No. 05||ISSN: 0975-1386||Yes||2021|
|29||SOL||Dr. Yash Tiwari||Health Care Rights and Obligations towards Rape Victim||Shodhsamhita: A Journal of Fundamental and Comparative Research||Vol. VIII Issue 2 ISSN 2277-7067||Yes||2022|
|30||SOL||Dr. Yash Tiwari||Intellectual Property Rights Vis-A-Vis Media in India: With Special Reference to Copyrights”||Juni Khyat, Vol.12 Issue 03 No.2,||ISSN:2278-4632||Yes||2022|
|31||SOL||Dr. Yash Tiwari||Shielding Smell Marks: Shattering the Orthodoxy of Trademarks||Sambodhi – Vol.48 Issue No 1 (II) – April – June 2022||ISSN 2249-6661||Yes||2022|
|32||SOL||Dr. Apoorva Dixit||Evolution of Meditation in Environmental Disputes||Madhya Bharti UGC Care List, Vol-82 No.14||ISSN: 0974-0066.||Yes||2022|
|33||SOL||Dr. Katyayani Singh||The Afghanistan Imbroglio, an Affirmative Nonkilling Perspective, International Journal of Peace, Education, and Development,||ISSN: 2321-9807,||No||2022|
|34||SOL||Mr. Rohit Mishra||DECODING THE EFFECT OF LOAN MORATORIUM IN INDIA||Journal of Management & Entrepreneurship (JME) by Xavier Institute of Management & Entrepreneurship (XIME)||ISSN: 2229-5348-5348||Yes||2021|
|35||SOL||Mr. Rohit Mishra||“Technical Impact of e-banking on operational performance service quality on customer satisfaction in private and public sector banks”||KOREA REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES,(ABDC C category) Volume 15||2022|
|36||SOL||Dr. Ipshita Bhattacharya||“NATO’s Strategic Culture: Static to Dynamic”,||“NATO and the Future of European and Asian Security”:||ISBN13: 9781799871187||2021|
|37||SOL||Dr. Ipshita Bhattacharya||“Hybrid Warfare: Teasing Security Concerns in Asia”,||“The Palgrave Handbook of Global Social Problems”,||2022|
|38||SOL||Dr. Ipshita Bhattacharya||“Prevailing Patterns in Hybrid Warfare: Europe as Case Studies”,||Irish Study of International Affairs (December 2022), International peer reviewed and Scopus Indexed journal in project MUSE publisher Royal Irish Academy.||2022|
|39||SOL||Ms. Anjuli Thawait||Three Beliefs of Nietzsche”: Loneliness, Madness, and Creativity||Select Characters from Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite.” IIS University Journal of Arts, vol. 10, issue 3, March 2022, pp. 32-59.||ISSN 2319-5339||yes||2022|
|40||SOL||Ms. Anjuli Thawait||Gender Interpellating Narratives: Necklace as a Cultural Code||Literature and Advertisement.” Drishti: the Sight, vol.X, issue 2, January 2022, pp. 88-92.||ISSN 2319-8281||yes||2022|
|41||SOL||Ms. Anjuli Thawait||Mapping Narcissism as a Genre Form in Literary Characters: A Rhetorical Genre Study Approach in Selected Characters from The Devil Wears Prada.||International Journal of Research in Management & Social Science, vol. 10, issue 3 (II), July 2022, pp. 103-109.||ISSN 2322 – 0899||2022|
|42||SOL||Dr. Deevanshu Shrivastava||THE SIGNIFICANCE OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN THE PRESERVATION OF BIODIVERSITY IN INDIA||Madhya Bharti UGC Care List, Vol-82 No.14||ISSN: 0974-0066.||Yes||2022|
|43||SOET||Sweta Gupta||End to End secure E-voting using Blockchain & Quantum key distribution||Materials Today: Proceedings a Scopus journal and publisher is Elsevier||ISSN- 2214-7853||SCOPUS||2021|
|44||SOET||Dr.Shweta Singh||Fixed Point Results in Soft Metric Space||International journal of modern agriculture||2305-7246||UGC-care||2021|
|45||SOET||Anjali Nighoskar||Analysis of Power Consumption and IoT devices Using SPSS Tool”||proceedings with Springer in their prestigious “Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering” series (https://www.springer.com/series/7818)||2022|
|46||SOET||Dr. Dileep Kumar Singh||LAKA: Lightweight Authentication and Key Agreement Protocol for Internet of Things Based Wireless Body Area Network||Wireless Personal Communications (Springer)||1572-834X||Scopus & Web of Science Indexed (SCIE)||2021|
|47||SOET||Dr. Dileep Kumar Singh||Machine learning-based recommendation system for disease-drug material and adverse drug reaction: Comparative review||Materials Today: Proceedings (Elsevier)||2214-7853||Scopus||2021|
|48||SOET||Dr. Dileep Kumar Singh||Analysis of cryptographic encryption algorithm design to Secure IoT Devices: A review||Materials Today: Proceedings (Elsevier)||2214-7853||Scopus||2021|
|49||SOET||Dr. Dileep Kumar Singh||Exploratory Analysis of Fly Ash Based Geopolymeric Concrete Using Machine Learning Techniques||Journal of East China University of Science and Technology||1006-3080||Scopus||2022|
|50||SOET||Dr. Dileep Kumar Singh||Blockchain Implementation for Privacy preserving and securing the Healthcare data||2021 10th ieee international conference on communication systems and network technologies (CSNT)||ISBN:978-1-6654-2306-9||Scopus||2021|
|51||SOET||Dr. Dileep Kumar Singh||Adverse drug reactions used as a classifier for clinical Recommendation: Hindrance and feasible unfolding||2022 International Mobile and Embedded Technology Conference (MECON)||ISBN:978-1-6654-2020-4||Scopus||2022|
|52||FLAH||Smriti Panjwani||The Inevitability of Mental Health in Education: With special reference to National Education Policy 2020||Madhya Bharati||9740066||UGC Care||2022|
|53||FLAH||Dr Anshika Makhijani||Struggle between Evil, Fidelity and Goodin Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Drakness and Arun Joshi’s The City of River||Akshar Wangmay” (Special Issue)||ISSN: 2229-4929||UGC Care||2021|
|54||FLAH||Ms. Zeenat Bakshi and Dr Anshika Makhijani||Treatment of child characters and their Psyche in Ruskin Bond’s The Room on the Roof’ and RK Narayan’s Swami and Friends||DOGO RANG SANG Resarch Journal||ISSN 2347-7180||UGC Care Group I||2021|
|55||FLAH||Dr. Solat Iqbal Khan||Gloomy and disdainful life philosophy, and vile and faith in the poetry of Robert Browning: Gloomy and disdainful life philosophy, and vile and faith in the poetry of Robert Browning: Interpretation of common subjects inquisitive approach.||Education and Society (शिक्षण आशण समाज)||2278-6864||UGC Care Listed||2023|
|56||FLAH||Dr Deepika Jain||Dimensions of Personality of Delinquent Prone Adolescents||The International Journal of Indian Psychology||ISSN 2349-3429||2022|
|57||FLAH||Dr Ruchi Sharma||Social Cohesion: A Tool to Counter Pandemic Effects||UGC-HRDC journal||0974- 035X||UGC Care Listed||2021|
|58||FLAH||Dr Ruchi Sharma||Indian Political Arena: Caste and Religion Based Segmentation||UGC-HRDC journal||0974- 035X||UGC Care Listed||2022|
|59||SOHT||Dr. Mohammad Shoaib Khan||Tourism Resource Potential in Chitrakoot Region: A SWOT Analysis||International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (IJTSRD)||2456-6470||Other||2021|
|60||SOHT||Dr. Mohammad Shoaib Khan||Exploring Tourism Resource Potential and Impact of Tourist Satisfaction on Tourist Loyalty: A Case Study of Chitrakoot Region||Wesleyan Journal of Research||0975-1386||UGC CARE||2021|
|61||FMC||Dr Ankush Sharma||An Empirical on customer satisfaction towards service quality of star hotels||World Journal of Management and Economics||1819-8643||ABDC-C||2022|
|62||FMC||Dr Ankush Sharma||A Study on Employer Branding for hospitals with reference to coimbatore city||Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results||0976-9234||Scopus Indexed||2022|
|63||FMC||Dr. Deepal Mehrotra||Role of Risk Management and HR practices in combating the scams of||Journal of educational and social research||2239978X (E) 22400524 (P)||Scopus & UGC Care||2022|
|64||FMC||Dr Priyanka Rawal||Comparative Study on A Branding Strategy of Online Ordering and Delivery Platforms of Food Industry with Reference of Zomato & Swiggy||Journal of Positive School Psychology||2717-7564||SCOPUS||2022|
|65||FMC||Dr Priyanka Rawal||Empirical Study of Consumer Behaviour in Health Insurance Sector||International journal of health sciences||2550-6978||SCOPUS||2022|
|66||FMC||Dr Priyanka Rawal||Customer Satisfaction towards Marketing of Products in Organized Retail Sector||World Journal of Management and Economics||1819-8643||ABDC -C||2022|
|67||FMC||NIKITA YADAV||INDIA’S GDP AND DEATH RATE: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF INDIAN ECONOMY||EPRA International Journal of Economics, Business and Management Studies||2347-4378||International peer reviewed||2022|
|68||FMC||NIKITA YADAV||ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND HARDSHIP: A WAY FORWARD||International Research Journal of Modernization in Engineering Technology and Science||2582-5208||International peer reviewed||2022|
|69||FMC||NIKITA YADAV||THE CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR FOR ECO-FRIENDLY PRODUCT||IJFANS International Journal of Food and Nutritional Sciences||2320-7876||UGC CARE list group 1||2022|
|70||FMC||N Raunaque, K Beg||Demographic Effects on Consumer’s Online Purchase Behavior for Electronic Goods in Delhi NCR Region||Journal of Positive School Psychology 6 (6), 10411 – 10416||2717-7564||Scopus||2022|
|71||FMC||Mr. Girish Mainrai and Dr Sarvesh Mohania||Rising Profits and Falling Market Share – A Case of National Bank||Indian Journal of Finance||0973 – 8711||Scopus and ABDC – C category||2021|
|72||FMC||Dr Rahila Ali||Work Engagement: A comparative study of Bank, Education and health Professionals||Psychology and Educational Journal||1553-6939||SCOPUS||2021|
|73||JLBS||Dr. Priyanka Nema||Exploring Relationships between family firms’ market orientation and innovation: proposition of a conceptual framework||FIIB Business Review||Sage Publication||Scopus and ABDC – C category||2021|
|74||JLBS||Dr. Priyanka Nema||The Role of Perceived Risk in Engaging Customer and Employees for Value Creation in Services||Vision: The Journal of Business Perspective||Sage Publication||Scopus and ABDC – C category||2021|
|75||JLBS||Dr. Priyanka Nema||Association of mindfulness, subjective well-being and coping up with stress among university students||world review of entrepreneurship management and sustainable development||Inderscience Publication||Scopus and ABDC – C category||2023|
|76||JLBS||Dr. Priyanka Nema||Assessing the Impact of Self-Esteem, Environmental Mastery, and Optimism on Life Satisfaction||International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology||UGC Care||2020|
|77||JLBS||Dr. Priyanka Nema||Evaluating the influence of government initiatives and social platforms on green practices of Gen Z: The mediating role of environmental awareness and consciousness||Cleaner and Responsible Consumption||Elsevier Publication||Scopus||2023|
|78||JLBS||Dr. Priyanka Nema||Impact of social media distraction on student evaluation of teacher effectiveness||International Journal of Educational Management||Emerald Publication||Scopus and ABDC – B category||2023|
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