Symbiosis School of Banking and Finance

Symbiosis International (Deemed University) (Established under section 3 of the UGC Act 1956, by notification No. F.9-12/2001-U3 Government of India) Re-accredited by NAAC with "A" Grade (3.58/4)Awarded Category - I by UGC

Publication

Year April 2018- March 2019

Journal Papers Published

  1. Chaurasia Sushil, Devendra Kodwani, Hitendra Lachhwani, Ketkar Manisha (08/2018) Big data academic and learning analytics Connecting the dots for academic excellence in higher education. International Journal of Educational Management, 32(6) : 1099-1117.

  2. Dr. Bindya Kohli, Dr. Deepa Pillai (07/2018) Influence of Board Reformation on the Stock Returns: an Event Study. International Journal of Engineering & Technology, 7(3.16) : 71-75.

  3. SOUMALI BOSE, Dr. Bindya Kohli (05/2018) Study of FDI Trends and Patterns in BRICS Economies during the Period 1990?2015. Emerging Economy Studies, 4(1) : 78-101.

Book Chapters Published

  1. Dr. Deepa Pillai, Dr V V Ravi Kumar (06/2018) Challenges faced by Banks for Financial Inclusion: Growth and Viability in the Indian Context. In: Marketing Techniques for financial inclusion and development (Edited by: Dr. Dhiraj Jain and Dr. Adya Sharma) IGI Global 1(1) , pp: 134-164

Year April 2017- March 2018

Journal Papers Published

  1. Dr. Bindya Kohli, Meghna Dangi (03/2018) Role of Behavioral Biases in Investment Decisions : A Factor Analysis. Indian Journal of Finance, 12(3) : 43-57.

  2. Mr. Yogesh Brahmankar, Ardhendu Shekhar SINGH (12/2017) Promoting Naturopathy in India. Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 8(4) : 678-684.

  3. Tapas Poornima, Dr. Deepa Pillai (12/2017) Review of Community Based Healthcare Financing in India. Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 8(4) : 399-406.

  4. Kohli Bindya, Soumali Bose, Nandita Mukherjee (12/2017) Make in India and Foreign Direct Investment in Indian Manufacturing Sector: Trends and Patterns. International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, 15(16/2) : 41-59.

  5. Gupta Deepa, Pillai Deepa, Kohli Bindya (12/2017) Causal Linkages between FDI, Gross Capital Formation, Exports and Growth: Evidences from India and China. International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, 15: 445-453.

  6. Madhura Bedarkar, Mishra Mahima, Deepa Gupta (12/2017) Make in India: Implications on Manufacturing Sector. International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, 15(16) : 273-286.

  7. Damle Pramod, Ketkar Manisha (10/2017) Moving from Customer Service to Customer Delight: An Ethnographic Study of the Relationship Managers in Banking Sector. Asian Journal of Research in Banking and Finanace, 7(10) : 11-22.

  8. Deepa Gupta, Dr. Deepa Pillai (09/2017) Empirical Investigation of Causal Linkage Between Sectoral Reforms, FDI and Growth: Evidences from India. Advanced Science Letters, 23(9) : 8023-8043.

  9. Kohli Bindya, meghna dangi (07/2017) Overconfidence bias and trading volume:an empirical investigtion. Indian Journal of Commerce and Management Studies, 8(1/4) : 69-75.

  10. Bindya kohli (07/2017) JIO Mere Lal: Disruption in the Indian Telecom Sector. International Journal of Economic Research, 14(8) : 329-338.

  11. Kohli Bindya, Mansha Anand (05/2017) Assessment of the Impact of Demonetization on the Indian Economy. International Journal of Research in Commerce & Management, 8(5) : 44-47.

Book Chapters Published

  1. Dr. Bindya Kohli, Dipayan Roy, Dr. Deepa Pillai (12/2017) Divergent Media Channels for Expediting Financial Literacy Outreach. In: New Challenges in Banking and Finance (Edited by: Nesrin Ozatac and Korhan Gokmenoglu) Springer 1(1) , pp: 139-152.

  2. Ketkar, Manisha (et al.) (08/2017) A Flexible Approach to Mitigation of Supply Risk Through Scenario Modelling. In: Flexibility in Resource Management (Edited by: Sushil, T. P. Singh, Anand J. Kulkarni) Springer Singapore 1(1) , pp: 203-214.

  3. Ardhendu Shekhar SINGH, Dilip Ambarkhane, Bhama Venkataramani (07/2017) Rural Tourism. In: The SAGE International Encyclopedia of Travel and Tourism (Edited by: Linda Lowry) Sage Publications 1, pp: 1048-1052.

  4. Rao Prakash, Bhat Viraja, Patil Yogesh, Ketkar Manisha (05/2017) Building Energy, Environment And Sustainability Linkages In Management Education In India - An Innovative Curriculum Based Approach. In: Curricula for Sustainability in Higher Education (Edited by: J Paulo Davim) Springer International Publishing , pp: 60-77.

Year April 2016- March 2017

Journal Papers Published

  1. Shrivastava Mallika, Kohli Bindya (02/2017) Impact of M-Shoppers Age on Customer Satisfaction and M Shopping Continuance Intention in Indian Consumers. International Journal of Computer Science and Management Studies, 34(1) : 6-23.

  2. Pillai Deepa, Dam Leena (01/2017) Assessment of Value Proposition Drivers for a Micro Enterprise. IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance, 8-13 (ISSN: 2321-5925).

  3. Pillai Deepa (01/2017) Demystifying Financial Literacy: An Empirical Analysis. In: Rural Development: Trends, Opportunities and Challenges in 21st Century (Edited by: Dr. Danoel Penkar, Dr. Hansraj Thorat) Pimpri Chinchwad Education Trust, pp: 35-42

  4. Gupta, D., & Bedarkar, M. (12/ 2016). Fiscal Consolidation in India: The Way Forward. Indian Journal of Finance, 10(12), 29-38.

  5. Ambarkhane, D., Singh, A. S., & Venkataramani, B. (12/2016). Developing a Comprehensive Financial Inclusion Index. Management and Labour Studies, 41(3), 216–235.

  6. Roy, D., & Kohli, B. (12/2016). Measuring The Technical Efficiency Of Indian Real Estate Sector Through Data Envelopment Analysis.International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, 14(14), 21-28. (Scopus,Index Copernicus; ISSN: 0972-7302).

  7. Ambarkhane Dilip, Singh Ardhendu Shekhar, Venkataramani Bhama (11/2016) Financial Inclusion and Governance in the Financial Sector. International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, 14(6) : 4137-4147 (Scopus,Index Copernicus; ISSN: 0972-7302).

  8. Singh Ardhendu Shekhar, Ambarkhane Dilip, Venkataramani Bhama (11/2016) Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Governance in India. International Journal of Economic Research, 13(3) : 1197-1204 (Scopus,Index Copernicus; ISSN: 0972-9380).

  9. Singh Ardhendu Shekhar, Ambarkhane Dilip, Bhama Venkataramani (11/2016) Microlending and The Grameen Bank. In: Business in Ethical Focus (Edited by: Firtz Allhoff, Alexander Sager, Anand Vaidya) Broadview Press , pp: 178-179 (ISBN: 978-1-55481-251-6).

  10. Ambarkhane Dilip, Singh Ardhendu Shekhar, Venkataramani Bhama (04/2016) Measuring Financial Inclusion of Indian States. International Journal of Rural Management, 12(1) : 72-100 (Scopus; ISSN: 0973-0052).

Book Chapters Published

  1. Pillai Deepa (01/2017) Demystifying Financial Literacy: An Empirical Analysis. In: Rural Development: Trends, Opportunities and Challenges in 21st Century (Edited by: Dr. Danoel Penkar, Dr. Hansraj Thorat) Pimpri Chinchwad Education Trust , pp: 35-42.

  2. Singh Ardhendu Shekhar, Ambarkhane Dilip, Bhama Venkataramani (11/2016) Microlending and The Grameen Bank. In: Business in Ethical Focus (Edited by: Firtz Allhoff, Alexander Sager, Anand Vaidya) Broadview Press , pp: 178-179.

Conferences Proceedings:

  1. Dr.Bindya kohli, Meghna dangi (03/2017) Facial Width To Height Ratio and Firm Performance- A study of Indian CEOs. In: National conference on Contemporary Issues in management and Entrepreneurship

Year April 2015- March 2016

Journal Papers Published

  1. Singh Bhullar, D. P., & Roy, Dipayan (01/2016). Determination of Sustainable Business Strategies during Recession: An Indian Perspective. International Journal of Management Sciences and Business Research, 5(1), 39-46.

  2. Kohli Bindya (10/2015) A Case Study on Bandhan: The Newest Entrant in the Competitive Banking Sector in India. International Journal of Advance Research in Computer science and management Studies, 3(10) : 25-31 (Google Scholar,Computer Science Directory,Global Impact Factor,Index Copernicus,Mendeley,Research Bible; ISSN: 2347-1778).

  3. Bhosale Trupti, Korivi Sunder Ram (04/2015) Evolving Role of Gold in the Indian Financial System: Recent Evidence. The Institute of Cost Accountants of India Research Bulletin, 41(1) : 127-153 ( ISSN: 2230-9241).

  4. Sridharan Srividhya, Joshi Medha (04/2015) The Damn Lucky Fellow and the 3 Housewives.Perspectiva A Case Research Journal, 1(1): 1-22 ( ISSN: 2394 - 9961).

  5. Pradeep Kumar Gupta, Bhama Venkataramani, Dilip Ambarkhane, and Ardhendu Shekhar Singh, (04/2015), “Challenges of Effective Implementation of Micro-Insurance in India: A Case Study of Bhartiya Agro Industries Foundation (BAIF)”, Annual Research Journal of SCMS, Pune, Vol. 3, pp. 176-187.

  6. Dilip Ambarkhane, Ardhendu Shekhar Singh, andBhama Venkataramani(04/2015), “Financial Literacy Index for College Students”, Annual Research Journal of SCMS, Pune, Vol. 3, pp. 1-25.

Case Studies:

  1. Ardhendu Shekhar Singh, Dilip Ambarkhane & Bhama Venkataramani, (2016). Firmenich: Designing Products for Low-Income Consumers in India. Sage Business Cases.

  2. Ardhendu Shekhar Singh, Dilip Ambarkhane & Bhama Venkataramani, (2016). Meds and Food for Kids (MFK) Haiti: RUTF (Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food) in Haiti. Sage Business Cases.

  3. Ardhendu Shekhar Singh, Dilip Ambarkhane & Bhama Venkataramani, (2016). Hitachi: Efforts to Preserve Ecosystems. Sage Business Cases.

  4. Ardhendu Shekhar Singh, Dilip Ambarkhane & Bhama Venkataramani, (2016). Women-only markets in Pakistan. Sage Business Cases.

Conferences Proceedings:

  1. Ardhendu Shekhar Singh, Dilip Ambarkhane & Bhama Venkataramani “Understanding the perception of customers towards Corporate Social Responsibility activities of the Bank”, IMRA-IIMB International Conference, IIMB, Bengaluru, December 16-18, 2015.

  2. Ardhendu Shekhar Singh, Dilip Ambarkhane & Bhama Venkataramani , “Hybrid organizations in financial industry of India”, IMRA-IIMB International Conference, IIMB, Bengaluru, December 16-18, 2015.

  3. Dilip Ambarkhane, Ardhendu Shekhar Singh & Bhama Venkataramani , “Measuring Financial Inclusion across the world”, IMRA-IIMB International Conference, IIMB, Bengaluru, December 16-18, 2015.

  4. Deepa Pillai, and Shirly Abraham, “Accelerating Financial Outreach by Commercial Banks through Collaborative Actions”,IMRA-IIMB International Conference, IIMB, Bengaluru, December 16-18, 2015.

Year April 2014- March 2015

Journal Papers Published

  1. Prakash Rao, Ketkar Manisha, Kulkarni Shilpa, Viraja Bhat, Yogesh Patil (01/2015) Sustainability in an educational institution: analysing the transition to paperless e processes, an Indian case. In: E-Learning and Education for Sustainability (Edited by: Azeiteiro, Ulisses Miranda / Leal Filho, Walter / Caeiro, Sandra) Peter Lang International Academic Publishers 35, pp: 216-234 (ISBN: 978-3-631-62693-1).

  2. Singh Ardhendu Shekhar, Venkataramani Bhama, Ambarkhane Dilip (08/2014) Market Linkage for Sustainable Empowerment of Women Entrepreneurs. Journal of Commerce & Management Thought, 5(4) : 545-556 (Ebsco,ProQuest; ISSN: 0976-478X).

  3. Singh, Ardhendu ShekharVenkataramani Bhama (07/2014) Financial Education: Institutes of Higher Education as delivery channels. International Journal of Business and Globalisation, 12(4): 401-412 (Scopus; ISSN: 1753-3635).

  4. Korivi Sunder Ram, Bhosale Trupti (12/2014) Overseas Bond Issuances by Indian Companies: Recent Evidence. International Economic and Finance Journal, (ISSN: 0973-5259).

Proceeding Papers Published

  1. Ambarkhane DilipVenkataramani BhamaSingh Ardhendu Shekhar (02/2015) Financial Literacy Index for College Students. In: Proceedings of Third International Conference on emerging trends in the global financial landscape- Approaches , challenges & Opportunities, , pp: 62-73 (ISBN : 978-1-63415-553-3).

  2. Gupta Pradeep Kumar, Venkataramani B

  3. hamaSingh Ardhendu ShekharAmbarkhane Dilip(02/2015) Challenges of Effective Implementation of Micro-Insurance in India - A Case Study of Bhartiya Agro Industries Foundation (BAIF). In: Proceedings of Third International Conference on emerging trends in the global financial landscape- Approaches , challenges & Opportunities, pp: 195-204 (ISBN : 978-1-63415-553-3).

  4. Kohli BindyaKhatkale Swati (12/2014) Comparative Analysis of the Accuracy of Credit Risk(Default Prediction) Modelling using discriminant Analysis and Logistic Regression. In: In Proceedings of Finance and Risk Perspectives, pp: 415-427 (ISBN: 978-3-9503518-2-8).

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