SCHOOL OF BANKING, FINANCIAL SERVICES & INSURANCE
The Indian financial sector is experiencing a rapid growth both in terms of a number of institutions and their diversity with several categories of new entities entering the market. The sector comprises of
- various types of banks (public sector banks, private sector banks, foreign banks, cooperative banks – urban and rural, regional rural banks, payment banks, small finance banks etc.),
- various classes of non-banking financial companies (loan, investment, asset finance, microfinance, infrastructure, asset reconstruction, etc.), insurance companies (life, general, health, and reinsurance)
- Pension funds, mutual funds and other financial intermediaries which provide banking, insurance, and financial services.
Given that the financial sector comprises of various classes of entities largely in Banking, Financial Services and Insurance domains, the popular acronym to refer to these entities is ‘BFSI’.
BFSI sector can take advantage of the growing domestic market, increasing investible surplus owing to the growth story, growing need for protection and diversification of investments and provision of globally competitive standards of service. India’s banking and financial sector is gearing up by expanding rapidly.
The projected number of jobs in BFSI sector is likely to be 8.4 Million by 2022.
BFSI sector has tremendous growth potential in the coming decades as it thrives on growth opportunities that are linked with the socio-economic development of the nation.
The BFSI sector provides opportunities of a whole spectrum ranging from the employment of a secure nature as in case of public sector banks and insurance companies to individual entrepreneurship by being Financial Consultants, Portfolio Managers to Fund Managers.
The continuous need of skilled manpower who can counsel to understand the nature of the customer and sell the appropriate product or product mix depending upon the financial needs is a challenge which needs to be supported by the education infrastructure.
Banking: In the last two years, 68,000 to 70,000 vacancies have been filled up in Public sector banks, including in SBI. The number of candidates who registered for the common written examination for officer cadre posts in public sector banks conducted by the IBPS in 2016-17 was 19.67 lakh from 15.76 lakh in the previous year. Private Sector banks also provide immense opportunities for employment at different levels based on knowledge and experience. Entry of new banks like Payment Banks and Small Finance Banks has also added to the need for skilled manpower.
Insurance and pension: The level of insurance inclusion in life, general and health insurance is very low and there is the immense scope of increasing the coverage. For this purpose, there is a need to have a lot of skilled manpower for the handling of marketing as well as other functions of insurance business like underwriting, claims management and policyholder servicing. There is immense scope for setting up insurance marketing firms and acting as agents, point-of-sale persons etc. as individuals.
Financial Services: Non-Banking financial entities have also increased many-fold and provide opportunities for employment and entrepreneurship. The areas where there is a huge demand for skilled professionals is financial analysis, portfolio management, infrastructure finance, asset recovery and reconstruction, stock broking, merchant banking, factoring, asset management etc. There is the immense opportunity for being entrepreneurs as personal finance managers, portfolio managers, sub-brokers, mutual fund dealers etc.
- Officers in banks handling retail banking, corporate banking, treasury operations, portfolio management, cash management, etc.
- Direct selling agents of banks for loans, deposits, insurance and investment products, etc.
Insurance and pension
- Officers involved in marketing, underwriting, claim handling, treasury and investment operations, etc.
- Officers in corporate agents and insurance brokers, insurance marketing firms, third party administrators etc.
- Individual agents, micro-insurance agents, point of sale persons, point-of-presence persons, insurance and pension advisors etc.
- Officers in non-banking financial companies like loan/gold loan/investment/ infrastructure finance/microfinance/ asset reconstruction, asset management, stock broking, venture capital, merchant banking companies etc.
- Independent Financial Consultants, sub-brokers, portfolio managers, fund managers, mutual fund advisors etc.
Master of Business Administration (MBA):
- Passed Bachelor’s Degree of minimum 3 Years duration.
- Obtained at least 50% marks for general (open) category in the qualifying Examination.
- Obtained at least 45% marks in case of candidates belonging to the State of Madhya Pradesh in a reserved category (excluding creamy layer) in the qualifying Examination.
- Valid Score card of entrance exam of State/National Level as notified by University.
- Qualify in Personal Interview conducted by Symbiosis University Indore.
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA):
- Passed 10+2 or equivalent course in any discipline from any recognized Board/Council/University with minimum 50% marks for general (open) category belonging to the State of Madhya Pradesh
- Passed 10+2 or equivalent course in any discipline from any recognized Board/Council/University with minimum 45% marks for students of reserved category (excluding creamy layer) belonging to the State of Madhya Pradesh.
- Qualify in Personal Interview conducted by Symbiosis University Indore.
NRI / International Students:
A candidate who has completed XII (10+2) or equivalent examination from any Foreign Board must obtain an equivalence certificate from the Association of Indian Universities (AIU). All foreign qualifications need to be verified by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) by the candidate before seeking provisional admission to any program of Symbiosis University Indore. In order to promote International understanding between Indian and Foreign students, SUAS has reserved 5% seats for NRIs/International students in every division.
Training Bank for replicating the environment of a typical bank branch
- Cash area
- Account Opening desk (Liabilities)
- Loan Servicing Desk (Assets)
- Safe deposit lockers
- Insurance Advisor
- Investment Advisor
- Equity desk
Finance Lab for replicating consumer interaction and education environment; and honing of soft-skills.
- Financial Literacy
- Financial Counselling
- Investment Advise
- Complaint registration and handling
- Daily updates in BFSI
|Name of the Faculty||Designation||Area of Expertise||Experience|
|Dr Prafulla Ranjan||
Director & Professor
|Training, Academic Administration, Faculty Development, Business & Executive Leadership, Strategic Planning, Banking Operations, Budgeting & Cost Control, Audits & Statutory, Compliances Project Management, Profit Centre Operations, Finance and Accounts – Sales & Marketing, Product Rollout / Management, Risk Mitigation & Control, Funds Management, Regional Administration, Portfolio Management, Quality Assurance, Liaising & Coordination, Promotions Planning, Resources Optimization, Training & Career Development, Alliances / Tie-Ups, Branch Administration||27 Year|
|Dr Vivek Joshi||Associate Professor||Structured Finance, Financial Services, Financial Evaluations, Cash Flow Analysis and Investments||17 Year|
|Dr Neetika Jain||Assistant Professor||Financial Services, Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management, Financial Management & Accountancy||10 Year|
|S.N.||Name||Title of the Paper||Conference / Journal Details||Year of Publication|
|1||DR. VIVEK JOSHI||Customer Preferences in Competitive Credit Card Offerings in United Arab Emirates||Submitted||2018|
|2||DR. VIVEK JOSHI||P/E ratio and Stock Prices – The Relationship||Submitted||2018|
|3||DR. VIVEK JOSHI||Paradigms of Modern Day Marketing – A Look at Current Scenario||International Journal of Research in Computer Application & Management (IJRCM) Volume 2, Issue Number 10, pg 33-38, ISSN: 2231-1009||2012|
|4||DR. VIVEK JOSHI||Islamic Finance – Understanding an Impending Financial Phenomenon.||Published at International Journal of Management & Strategy (IJMS) Volume 3, Issue Number 4pg 1-14, ISSN: 2231-0703.||2012|
|5||DR. VIVEK JOSHI||Islamic Finance – A Contemporary Tool: A study on growth and progress.||Submitted for blind review at Indian Journal of Finance ISSN – 09738711.||2012|
|6||DR. VIVEK JOSH||A Suggestive Plan for Disaster Management with Special Reference to the National Capital of India Delhi.||Published at Global Evolution – Journal of Education & Management, Volume 1, Number 2, pg 1-8, ISSN: 2229-7588||2010|
|7||DR. VIVEK JOSHI||A case study “Jewellery maker‟s journey for sustenance & growth – A case study.||hosted at Social Science Research Network (SSRN, USA).International Journal of Research in Commerce & Management (IJRCM), Volume 1.||NA|
|8||DR. VIVEK JOSHI||Securitization and its relationship with real estate growth||Issue No. 5 , pg 25-31, ISSN2231-4245. Indexed & listed at – Ulrich‟s Periodicals Directory, ProQuest, USA.||2011|
|9||DR. VIVEK JOSHI||Amrapali Jewels – A case of sustenance & Growth‟ co-authored with Dr. Manoj Kumar.||CONTINUUM 2010 (biggest retail conference of India), organized by Pearl Academy of Fashion, Delhi, India & LDT NAGOLD, Germany held on||2010|
|10||DR. VIVEK JOSHI||Social Capital – Analyzing impact on development and growth .hosted on Social Science||Research Network (USA) and distributed via ERN subject matter eJournal – Economic Growth e-Journal.||NA|
|11||DR. VIVEK JOSHI||Social Capital – Assessing changing patterns in Indian society & organizational context.||Global Journal of Finance & Management, Volume 3, Number 1(2011), pp 35-50, ISSN 0975-6477.||2011|
|12||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||A Study on Liquidity and Profitability of Selected Indian Cement Companies:||A Regression Modelling Approach in International Journal of Economics, Commerce & Management, United Kingdom, Vol. 1(1), ISSN No. 2348-0386.||2013|
|13||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||Empirical Study on FII Inflows and Indian Stock Market||International Management Journal, Nagpur, Vol. 2 (1&2), ISSN No. 2230-9357.||2012|
|14||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||A Study on Ethnocentrism & Buying Behavior among B-School Students||ELK Asian Pacific Journal of Marketing & Retail Management New Delhi, Vol. 3(4), ISSN No. 0976-7193.||2012|
|15||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||Relationship of FII Inflows with Spread of Stock Market Indices in||International Journal of Research in Computer Application & Management, Vol. 1 Issue No.7 ISSN 2231 – 1009.||2011|
|16||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||Impact of selling expenses on net sales in pharmaceutical companies in India.||International Journal of Physical & Social Sciences, Vol. 1(3), ISSN 2249-5894.||2011|
|17||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||A Comparative Study on Readability Levels of Annual Reports and Bank’s Performance.||Journalof Management & Internship, Vol. 12 (4), ISSN No. 2229-5348||2017|
|18||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||A Study on Comparison of Readability Levels of Annual Reports of Banks on the basis of Profitability.||Abhigyan: Management Journal from Fore, Vol. 35 (3), , ISSN No. 0970-2385.||2017|
|19||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||An Empirical Analysis of Stock Market Behavior: Evidences from Stock Market.||JSSGIW Journal of Management, Vol. IV (2),ISSN No. 2349 3550||2017|
|20||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||A Study on Equity Holder’s Perception towards Mergers||PRAMANIK:A Journal from Department of Management Studies, Vol 3(1),ISSN No. 2249 118X||2014|
|21||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||An empirical study on impact of public and private sector banks on bank ex-index of NSE and BSE .||Anvesha, The Journal of Management, Mumbai, Vol. 6(3), July –, ISSN No. 0974-5467||2013|
|22||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||Wealth Maximization an Empirical Analysis of Bonus Issues..||The Management Accountant, The Journal of CMAs, New Delhi, Vol. 48(2), ISSN No. 0972-3528||2013|
|23||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||Average as a tool to monitor stock price trends – A Study on BSE||Anvesh – A Research Initiative for Enlightening Wisdom, Indore,(M.P.), Vol. 1(1),ISSN 2278-7712.||2012|
|24||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||Long Term Cointegration of Exchange Rate with WPI & Interest Rate.||in Shodh Ganga: Management Journal, Indore, (M.P.), Vol. 2(1), ISSN No. 2250-303X||2012|
|25||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||Value Innovation through Blue Ocean||Shodh Ganga: Management Journal, Indore, (M.P.), Vol. 2 (1), , ISSN No. 2250-303X.||2012|
|26||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||Impact of Public & Private Companies on S&P CNX Nifty||ASBM Journal of Management, Odisha, Vol. V(II), ISSN No. 0974-8542.||2012|
|27||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||Equity Valuation With Reference To Book Value, Earning & Cash Flow||Tecnia Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 7(1), ISSN – 0975 7104||2012|
|28||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||A Study on Determinants of Job Satisfaction among Young Executives Working in Private Sector||Prabhandan & Taqniki, LNCT-MER, Indore, (M.P.), Vol. 6, ISSN No.0974-8563||2012|
|29||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||A Study on Investor’s Perception towards Fund Manager’s Efficacy||PACE: Journal of Research of PIMD, Dewas(M.P.),Vol. 2(1), ISSN No. 0976-0938.||2012|
|30||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||A Study on Readability of Annual Reports and Its Relationship with Firm’s Performance.||Indian Journal of Accounting,Vol. XLII (1), ISSN No. 0972 – 1479||2011|
|31||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||Stock Market Behavior with Special Reference to RSI – A Study on BSE||Journal of Global Information and Business Strategy (J-GIBS), Delhi, Vol. 3(1), ISSN No. 0976-4925.||2012|
|32||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||Determinants of Dividend Policy: A Study on NSE Listed Banks||A Research Journal of Management: Enqueter, Indore, (M.P.), Vol. 1(1) ISSN No.2249 – 1473.||2011|
|33||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||Measuring performance of MF in India.||Prabhandan & Taqniki, LNCT-MER, Indore, (M.P.), Vol.4, ISSN No.0974-8563||2010|
|34||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||Pakiza: From Scratches to heights||Monograph of Prestige Institute of Management, Dewas (M.P.).||NA|
|35||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||A Study on Impact of Profitability on Readability Levels of Banks||India’s Foreign Policy Transformation: Issues & Challenges, Bonfring Intellectual Integrity, 2017, ISBN No. 978-93-86176-69-1||NA|
|36||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||A Study of Green Marketing as a Prospective Challenge or an Opportunity||Make in India, Management’s Roles & Perspectives”, Shree Parsmani Publications, 2017, ISBN No. 978-93-84164-99-7.||NA|
|37||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||Micro Finance: Innovations & Growth Trends Finance & Sustainable Development||Regal Publishers, New Delhi, ISBN No. – 978-81-8484-186-2.||2013|
|38||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||A Comparative Study on Readability & Understandability of Annual Reports of Banking Sector||Global Forces Shaping the future of Business & Society”, Indus Publishing House, Bhopal,ISBN No. -978-93-82518-04-4.||2012|
|39||DR. NEETIKA JAIN||A Study of Behavior of Investors in Insurance Sector||Strategies of Developing Countries: Opportunities & Challenges, Excel books first edition (2009). ISBN 978-81-7446-749-2.||NA|
|40||DR. SWATI OZA||Influence of Faculty Communication on Students’ Learning||Asian Journal of Management||2018|
|41||DR. SWATI OZA||Quality Assurance and skill Development in higher education||Transforming India: Initiatives, Challenges and Road Ahead ICMIT||2017|
|42||DR. SWATI OZA||Impact of financial performance on market Price of banks listed on BSE, India.||Multidisciplinary Research Journal on the topic||2017|
|43||DR. SWATI OZA||A Study on Impact of Management of Change in Banking Sector: With Special Reference to Nanded City, India||International Journal on Recent Trends in Business and Tourism, Malesia on the topic||2017|
|44||DR. SWATI OZA||Determinants of Customer for Choice of Bank||ASM INCON IX Pune.||2014|
|45||DR. SWATI OZA||Management Education in Developed and Developing Countries||International Business Management Conference on the topic||2013|
|46||DR. SWATI OZA||Innovation the new face of banking.||International Hi tech research analysis Journal for commerce and management||2013|
|47||DR. SWATI OZA||changing role of management education organized||Indira Institute of management and sciences, Nanded.||2013|
|48||DR. SWATI OZA||Quality in Higher education||Proficient International Journal on Management||2013|
|49||DR. SWATI OZA||contemporary innovative practices in Management||Pacific University on. Rajasthan.||2012|
|50||DR. SWATI OZA||IT perspectives in banking sector||University of Pune sponsored by Sinhgad Institute of commerce.||2012|
|51||DR. SWATI OZA||Impact of global recession and financial management challenges and strategies: For Indian Economy’||Mumbai University awarded as best research paper.||2011|
|52||DR. SWATI OZA||Recent trends in Commerce, Management & information technology.||Organized by Dayanand college, Latur||2011|
|53||DR. SWATI OZA||Abacus Institute of Computer Applications, Pune-28||International conference on Project risk Management organized by JSPM’s,||2011|
|54||DR. SWATI Oza||MIS in Banking sector.||National Doctoral conference organized by Vishvakarma Institute of Management, Pune||2011|
|55||DR. SWATI OZA||National conference on Strengthening today, Building tomorrow.||Vishwakarma Global Business School, Pune||2011|
|56||DR. ABHISHEK SACHAN||Danak, Deepak, and Sachan, Abhishek. “Financial Market Failure or Triumphs of the Speculative Market?”||15th Nirma International Conference on Management.||2012|
|57||DR. ABHISHEK SACHAN||A Study of Consumption Based Capital Asset Pricing Model on Indian Stock Market.||International Journal of Management &Behavioral Sciences (IJMBS) 6 (2015):451. (Listed in UGC Database, ISSN – 22785761)||2015|
|58||DR. ABHISHEK SACHAN||A Study of Relationship between Demographics and Emotional Biases of Individual Investors.||International Journal of Management &Behavioral Sciences (IJMBS) 6 (2015): 458. (Listed in UGC Database, ISSN – 22785761)||2015|
|59||DR. ABHISHEK SACHAN||A Study of Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) on Indian Stocks..||Nirma International Conference on Management.||2016|
|60||DR. ABHISHEK SACHAN||Financial Consultancy Project for Gujarat State Third Finance Commission – INR 5 lacs. (Year 2012)||NA|
|61||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Fun Land at Cross Roads, sixth national case writing workshop,||Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior. Published by European Case Clearing House ref no 808-003-1.||2006|
|62||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Stress as a Correlate of Job Performance: A study of Manufacturing Organization.||Journal of Advances in Management Research, Vol. 4 (II), , pp. 79-85 (ISSN 0972-7981) published by Emerald Group Publishing Limited.||2007|
|63||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Sleepless nights at Nidra Limited.||Published by European Case Clearing House with reference no 610-008-1||2009|
|64||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Impact of trust and CRM on Customer Loyalty: A study on Retail Organizations||Saaransh RKG Journal of Management (Listed in Cabell’s Directory, USA),Vol.2(1),35-42, ISSN0975-4601.||2010|
|65||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Empirical Study on FII Inflows And Indian Stock Market||Conference proceedings of Middlesex University, Dubai, 372-5.||2011|
|66||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Knowledge Economy: HRM from a Reactor to a Catalyst,.||Paripex, Indian Journal of Research, Listed in International ISSN Directory, Paris, Vol. 1, Issue 2, pp 87-88, ISSN 2250-1991||2012|
|67||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Leadership in Virtual Teams Understanding the Road Blocks.||International Journal of Social Sciences & Interdisciplinary Research, internationally indexed/listed at Open J-Gate, India; Electronic Journals Library-University Library of Regensburg, Vol.1 No. 3, ISSN 2277 3630.||2012|
|68||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Corporate Social Responsibility in Central India.||International Journal of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Research, Vol. 1, No. 4, , ISSN 2277 3630, pp 80 – 83.||20012|
|69||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Strategic Challenges for HRM Professionals in Indore Software Industry||International Journal of Organizational Behaviour & Management Perspectives (online), Vol.1, No.1, , pp 1-4.||2012|
|70||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Empirical Study on FII Inflows and Indian Stock Market in “Dharohar”,||An International Management journal of Datta Meghe Institute of Management Studies, Nagpur, Listed at Ulrich’s Periodical Directory, U.S.A., , Volume 2, Issue 1 & 2, ISSN – 2230-9357, pp 30-38.||2013|
|71||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||A Study on Liquidity and Profitability of Selected Indian Cement Companies: A Regression Modeling Approach||International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management, United Kingdom, Vol. I, Issue 1, , pp 1-24, ISSN 2348 0386.||2013|
|72||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||A Comparative Study of Service Quality in Retail Sector in India||GALAXY International Interdisciplinary Research Journal (GIIRJ), Vol.2 (7), pp 101-109, ISSN 2347-6915.||2014|
|73||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||A Comparative Study of Public Sector and Private Sector Banks in India: Measuring Service Quality using SERVQUAL||Excel International Journal of Multidisciplinary Management Studies, Vol. 4(8pp 45-53, ISSN 2249-8834.||2014|
|74||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Attitude towards Advertisements: A Study on Tweenagers||in International Journal of Marketing and Business Communication, Volume 3, Issue 2 pp 17-23, ISSN: 2277–484X||2014|
|75||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Managerial Effectiveness: A Comparative Study of Public & Private Sector Banks||Journal of Banking, IT and Management, ISSN- 0972-902X, Vol. 3, No. 2 , issue, pp 62 – 73.||2006|
|76||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Organizational Culture: A Comparative Study of Public and Private Sector Banks||GNA Journal of Management & Technology, Vol.1, No. 1, issue, pp 81 – 88||2007|
|77||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Impact of International Listings on Liquidity Indian Journal of Accounting, Vol. XXXVII (2), June 2007, pp 63 – 69, (ISSN : 0972-1479).||Indian Journal of Accounting,Vol. XXXVII (2),pp 63 – 69, (ISSN : 0972-1479).||2007|
|78||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Work Attitude as Correlates of Employee Work Performance||Punjab Journal of Business Studies, Punjab, ISSN 0973-4465, Vol. 3, No. 1, issue, pp 14-21.||2007|
|79||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Portfolio Optimization: A case Study of NSE||edited book of Bhakar, S. S. (Ed) Mastering Change for Organizational Excellence, Excel Publications: New Delhi, pp 71 – 80.||2007|
|80||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Portfolio Optimization: A case Study of NSE||edited book of Bhakar, S. S. (Ed) Mastering Change for Organizational Excellence, Excel Publications: New Delhi, pp 23-28.||2007|
|81||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Typology of Consumer Buying Behaviour: Packaged Grocery Products”||Prabhandan & Taqniq, Journal of LNCT, Indore, vol I (1), pp 149-154.||2007|
|82||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Effect of Motivation on Executive Stress: A Comparative Study of Public & Private Sector Banks Knowledge Hub, Mathura,||ISSN 0973-6425, Vol. 3, No. 2, July –issue, pp 42 – 59||2007|
|83||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Micro Credit: Strategies for Universal Access||souvenir of Gwalior Management Association, pp 35.||NA|
|84||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Testing Weak Form of Efficient Market Hypothesis: A Study of NSE Arth Anveshan, SMVDU, J & K,.||ISSN 0972-8058, Vol.2 (2) & Vol.3(1), pp 44 – 50||2008|
|85||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Economic Factors as a Predictor of Index Returns Jims 8M, New Delhi,||ISSN 0973-9335, Vol. 13, No. 2, , pp 18 – 26.||2008|
|86||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Risk & Return Analysis: A Sectoral Study of Companies in NSE.||Effulgence, (RDIAS), Delhi, Vol.6, No.2, pp 61 – 66||2008|
|87||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Investment Decisions and Investor’s Psychology: A Demographic Study.||in Fortune Journal of International Management, New Delhi, ISSN 0973-0079, Volume 5, Number 2, , pp 37-48||2008|
|88||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||“Evaluation of Achievement Motivation & Risk Taking Propensity of Entrepreneurs & Managers”||in Prabandhan & Taqnik, Mgmt. Research Journal, LNCT- MER, Indore (M.P.), Vol. 2, , pp 58 – 66.||2008|
|89||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Post Office Saving Scheme: A Demographic Study of Small Investment||in MERI – Journal of Management & IT, Delhi, ISSN 0974-2093, Volume 2, pp 66 – 74.||2008|
|90||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Efficient Market Hypothesis: A Case Study on Bombay Stock Exchange||Indian Journal of Finance, New Delhi, Volume 2, Number 6, pp 3 – 11.||2008|
|91||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Portfolio Evaluation of Common Stocks in Relation to P/E Ratio||Gitam Journal of Management, Vol 6, Number 4, , pp 82-90.||2008|
|92||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Factors Affecting Lapsation of Life Insurance Policie||Journal of Global Information & Business Strategy, Delhi, Volume 1, Number 1, pp 48 – 54.||2008|
|93||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Cross Sectional Industrial Performance as a Predictor of Investors Return: A Case Study of NSE ,||edited book of Bhakar, S. S., Shilpa Sankpal and Saurabh Mukherjee (Eds) Key Drivers of Organizational Excellence Excel publications: New Delhi, ISBN 978-81-957446-719-5, Chapter 9, pp 87 – 104.||2009|
|94||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Corporate Governance In Indian Financial System: An Empirical Study||the Journal of G.L. Bajaj Institute of Management & Research, Noida, ISSN 0974-0988 Volume 2, Number 1, pp 3- 12.||2009|
|95||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||EVA as a Tool for Measuring the Shareholder’s Wealth: Study of NSE Listed Banks.||Contemporary Issues in Finance edited by Prof. Jagdeesha and Dr. Shivakumar Deene, Excel Books, ISBN 978-81-7446-725-6, pp 275- 287||2009|
|96||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Impact of International events on ADR listed companies: Indian Evidence||Management Insight, Journal of Institute of Professional Studies and Research (IPSAR), Cuttak, Volume 9, No.2,pp 2-12.||2009|
|97||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Testing Semi Strong form of Market efficiency: A Study of NSE 4,||Apeejay Journal of Management and Technology, Jalandhar, ISSN 0974-3294, Volume Number 2,pp 132-142.||2009|
|98||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Traders perception & Satisfaction on VAT: A Demographic Study||GNA Journal of Management and Technology, Phagwara, Punjab, ISSN 0974-5726, Volume 4, Number 1, , pp 70-85.||2009|
|99||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Factors of Economic analysis, Key drivers of Organizational Mastering Change for organizational Excellence,||Excel Book: New Delhi-2||2009|
|100||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Accounting Numbers as a Predictor of Stock Returns: A Case Study of NSE||ICFAI University, Journal of Accounting Research & Audit Practice, Vol IX, No.s 1&2, PP 33-43,||2010|
|101||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Impact of Employee Satisfaction with Compensation on Employee Motivation||Vishwakarma Business Review, Pune, Vol I, Issue I, , pp 79-87.||2010|
|102||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Cross-border M&A and Stock Returns: A study of Tata-Corus Integration (Ed. SS Bhakar, and V.K.Pandey) Innovation and Adaptability Twin Engines of Sustained||Growth, pp 38-47, Excel Book: New Delhi.||2010|
|103||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||The Victims and Survivors of Downsizing”||edited book of Bhakar, S. S. ,Mathur Garima , Chakraborty Anindita , and Maheshwari Amitabha. (Eds) Post Recessionary Economy: Movers & Moulders of Changing World, Vol. 2, Crescent Publishers: Allahabad, ISBN 978-81-910494-0-4, pp 467-475.||2011|
|104||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||A. Maheshwari, “Relationship of Annualized Market Returns and Cost of Capital”||edited book on “Global Business Recession: Lessons Learnt” Vol I, pp 57-66, Cresent Publishers, Allahabad, ISBN (978-81-910494-2-7).||2011|
|105||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Determinants of Dividend Policy: A Study on NSE Listed Banks||Enqueter Journal of CIMR, Vol. 1, Issue 1, ISSN No.2294 – 1473.||2011|
|106||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||International Challenges & Approaches to Corporate Governance.||Enqueter Journal of CIMR, Vol. 1, Issue 2, ISSN No.2294 – 1473||2011|
|107||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Stock Market Behavior with Special Reference to RSI – A Study on BSE..||Journal Of Global Information And Business Strategy (J-GIBS) By Gitarattan International Business School, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp 30-41, ISSN- 0976-4925||2011|
|108||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Impact of Global Meltdown on the IT Enabled Services||edited book on “Global Business Recession: Lessons Learnt”, Vol II, pp 428-440, ISBN 9788191049428, Cresent Publishers.||NA|
|109||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Cloud Computing- Microsoft vs. Google: A Comparative Study.||edited book on Transformation and Survival of Business Organizations: Challenges and Opportunities, pp 549-558, ISBN 9350590611, Macmillan Publishers.||NA|
|110||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Psychological empowerment & Organizational Commitment: A Study of Educational Institutes||Gitam Journal of Management, Vol.10, No.1, , pp. 189-203 (ISSN: 0972-740X).||2012|
|111||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Anomalous Price Behavior: A Non- Evidence of Monthly Effect on Indian Stock Exchange||International Journal of Global Management, Vol 8, No. 2, pp. 60-67.||2012|
|112||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Dividend Policy and its Impact on Shareholders Wealth (Ed. SS Bhakar, Tarika Singh, Krishna Kant Yadav, Aashish Mehra) Transformation and Survival of Business Organisations: Challenges and Opportunity||Vol.1,87-96, Macmillan Publishers India Ltd., New Delhi (ISBN:978-935-059-061-4)||2012|
|113||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Micro Finance: Innovations & Growth Trends”, Ed. Ashraf Imam, Abdul Rahman Shaik, Akansha Bhargave, Finance and Sustainable Development (With Special Reference to Micro Finance),||Regal Publications, New Delhi, ISBN 978-81-8484-186-2.||2012|
|114||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Equity Valuation with Reference to Book value, Earning & Cash Flow||Technia Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 7. No. 1., pp 1-5, ISSN – 0975- 7104||2012|
|115||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||A Study of Investor’s Perception towards Efficacy of Fund Managers PACE||A Research Journal of Prestige Institute of Management, Dewas, Vol. 2 No. 1, ISSN No. 0976-0938.||2012|
|116||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Identifying the Locus of Control of Generation Z (Ed: Dr. Smriti Verma, Ajeet Ku. Sahoo),||Refurbishing Facets of Management Concepts for New World Order, pp 370-375, ISBN – 978-81-924981-0-2||2012|
|117||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Influence of Celebrity Endorsement on Consumer’s Buying Behaviour||Global Forces Shaping the Future of Business and Society, 126 – 133, Indra Publishing House, Bhopal, 2012, (ISBN: 978-93-82518-04-4).||2012|
|118||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||A Comparitive Study on Readability and Understandability of Annual Reports of Banking Sector”,||Global Forces Shaping the Future of Business and Society, 126 – 133, Indra Publishing House, Bhopal, (ISBN: 978-93-82518-04-4).||2012|
|119||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||An Empirical Study on Components of Work Life Balance of Small Business Owners||Global Forces Shaping the Future of Business and Society, 126 – 133, Indra Publishing House, Bhopal, 2012, (ISBN: 978-93-82518-04-4).||2012|
|120||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Wealth Maximization: An Empirical Analysis of Bonus Issues, New Pricing Models, The Management Accountant,||The Journal of CMAs, Vol. 48, No. 2,pp 175 – 180||2013|
|121||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Moving Average as a tool to monitor stock price trends – A Study on BSE||ANVESH, Journal of Acropolis Technical Campus – Faculty of Management, Indore, Issue 1, Volume 1, pp 31- 52, ISSN 2278-7712.||2012|
|122||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Work Life Balance And Need of New HR Interventions Value Based Innovative Business Management||Vishisht Institute of Professional Studies and Research (VIPSAR), Shroff Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd. (ISBN- 978-93-5023-000-0).||2013|
|123||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Case study on Real to Virtual: A Difficult Task Facing Challenges in the Era of Globalization.||Edited book of SVIM Indore, Excellent Publishing House, New Delhi, 109-113, ISBN 978-93-83083-13-8.||2013|
|124||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Empirical Study of Impact of Public Sector and Private Sector banks on Bankex Index of NSE and BSE”||in ANVESHA, Volume 6, No. 3, pp 14-25, July –, ISSN – 0974-5467||2013|
|125||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Consumption Pattern of Soft Drinks and Fruit Juices: A Comparative Study in Journal of Applied Management,||SVIM, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp 39-49 ISSN 2321-2535.||2013|
|126||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||A Comparative Analysis of EVA & MVA Approach: With Special Reference to Automobile Industry”||Journal of Commerce and Accounting Research, Volume 3, Issue 2,pp 40-46, ISSN 2277-2146.||2014|
|127||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Impact of Bank Credit on Economic Growth”||Emerging Trends in Banking, Financial Services & Insurance Sector pp 336 – 343, Edited book of Dr. Sulakshna Tiwari, VNS Business School, Indra Publishing House, Bhopal, ISBN 9789382518556||2015|
|128||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||A Relationship Between Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intention in Information Technology Sector”,||International Journal of Information Technology and Computer Sciences Perspectives, Volume 4, Number 3, , ISSN (Print) 2319-9016, (Online) 2319-9024, impact factor-5.891, pp 1521-1531.||2015|
|129||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Analysis of Tax Revenue: An Interstate Comparison”,||pp 56-73, Make in India – Managements Role and Prespective, Edited Book Chameli Devi Group of Institutions, Indore, ISBN 9789384164997||2017|
|130||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||Role of Commodity Market in Hedging Price Risk with Special Reference to Crude Oil Future||in FINANCE INDIA, March 2017 (Vol XXXI No 1) issue, ISSN 0970-3772, UGC Approved Journal||2017|
|131||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||An Empirical Analysis of Stock Market Behavior: Evidences from Indian Stock Market||JSSGIW Journal of Management, Volume-IV, Issue No. 2, , pp 1- 12, ISSN: 2349-3550||2017|
|132||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||A Study on Comparison of Readability Levels of Annual Reports of Banks on the basis of Profitability..||Abhigyan: Management Journal from FORE, Volume XXXV No. 3, pp 52-62, ISSN: 0970-2385||43070|
|133||DR. SIMRANJEET KAUR SANDHAR||A Comparative Study on Readability Levels of Annual Reports and Banks’ Performance.||The Journal of Management & Entrepreneurship (JME), published by Xavier Institute of Management & Entrepreneurship (XIME), Bangalore, Vol. 12(4) pp 56-79, ISSN: 2229-5348.||2017|
|S. N.||Name of the Company||Sector||Details|
|1||HDFC Bank||Banking||Industry Partner|
|2||Karvy Stock Broking Ltd.||Financial Services||Industry Partner|
|3||Reliance capital||Financial Services||Industry Partner|
|4||Aditya Birla Money||Financial Services||Industry Partner|
|S.N.||Name of the Company||No. of Students||Program/Sem|
|1||Aditya Birla Capital||15||MBA –BFSI/II Sem|
|2||Aditya Birla Capital||09||BBA-BFSI/IV Sem|
|3||Shriram Life||11||MBA –BFSI/II Sem|
|4||Karvy Stock Broking Ltd.||08||BBA-BFSI/IV Sem|
|5||Karvy Stock Broking Ltd.||07||MBA –BFSI/II Sem|