DEPARTMENTALPROFILE

 

 

1. Name of theDepartment: COMMERCE

2. Year of establishment:1956

3. Is theDepartment part of a School/Faculty of the university? FACULTY

4. Names ofProgrammes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated

Masters; IntegratedPh.D., etc.)– UG—B. Com, PG—M. Com& Ph.D.--Commerce

5.Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved:  N/A

6. Courses incollaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions: N/A

7. Details ofprogrammes / courses discontinued, if any, with reasons : N/A

8. Annual/Semester/Choice Based Credit System :ANNUAL , SEMESTER & CBCS

9. Participationof the department in the courses offered by other departments: N/A

10. Number ofteaching posts sanctioned and filled

 

Sanctioned

Filled

Professors

01

Nil

Associate Professors

03

02

Asst. Professors

18

17

 

11. Facultyprofile with name, qualification, designation and specialization

(D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D./M.Phil., etc.)

Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

No. of Years of Experience

No. of Ph.D. students

guided

 

Prof. A.K. Tiwari

M.Com., Ph.D.

Professor

Marketing and Applied Economics

37

31

Prof. V.K.Pandey

M.Com., Ph.D.

Professor

Money  & Banking and HRM

37

26

Porf. A. Sengupta

M.Com., Ph.D.

Professor

Marketing & Statistics

37

22

Prof. S.V. Pathak

M.Com., D.Phil.

Professor

OB & HRM

35

20

Prof. R.P. Singh

M.Com., Ph.D., ADCA

Professor

MIS,TQM,HRM&Taxation

35

12

Prof. S. Baijal

M.Com., Ph.D., FDP

Professor

QT & Research Methodology

35

20

Prof. A.K. Gupta

M.Com., Ph.D., FDP

Professor

Strategy Management, ICT, Finance

33

15

Prof. A.K Srivastava

M.Com., Ph.D.

Professor

Marketing & Finance

31

06

Prof. S.K. Gupta

M.Com., Ph.D.

Professor

Finance and Management

23

09

Prof. R. Prabhakar

M.Com., Ph.D.

Professor

Finance & HRM

21

10

Prof. A. K. Yadav

M.Com., Ph.D.

Professor

Entrepreneurship & Marketing

19

07

Prof. H.S. Bajpai

M.Com.

Professor

Accounting & Finance

39

15

Dr. M.K.Srivastava

M.Com., MBA, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Marketing

15

01

Dr. H.D.Verma

M.Com., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Banking , HRM, Marketing & OB

2

N/A

Dr. Pratima Jaiswal

M.Com., MBA, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Finance

8

N/A

Dr. Anshu Gupta

M.Com., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Finance, C& M Accounting, Corporate Law

5

N/A

Dr. Maneesh Kumar

M.Com., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Finance & Taxation

2

N/A

Dr. Suman Kannaujia

M.Com., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Finance & HRM

2

N/A

Dr. Pradeep Kumar

M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Accounting & Finance

4

N/A

 

12. List of seniorVisiting Fellows, faculty, adjunct faculty, emeritus professors:N/A

13. Percentageof classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise

information:N/A

14.Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio:80:01

15. Number ofacademic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned

and filled

Technical :

Administrative Staff:02 Clerks,01 Peon

16. Researchthrust areas recognized by funding agencies: N/A

17. Number offaculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international funding

agencies and c)Total grants received. Give the names of the funding agencies and

grants receivedproject-wise. :N/A

18.Inter-institutional collaborative projects and grants received:N/A

a) All Indiacollaboration b) International

19. Departmentalprojects funded by DST-FIST; UGC-SAP/CAS, DPE; DBT, ICSSR,

etc.; totalgrants received. :N/A

20. Researchfacility / centre with: N/A

· staterecognition

· nationalrecognition

· internationalrecognition

21. Specialresearch laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies:N/A

22.Publications:

* Numberof papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international): 224(approx..)

* Monographs:02 (approx..)

* Chaptersin Books: 24 (approx..)

* EditedBooks: 01

* Bookswith ISBN: 05 (approx..)

* Numberlisted in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus,

HumanitiesInternational Complete, Dare Database - International Social

SciencesDirectory, EBSCO host, etc.) N/A

* CitationIndex – range / average N/A

* SNIPN/A

* SJRN/A

* ImpactFactor – range / average N/A

* h-indexN/A

23. Details ofpatents and income generated: N/A

24. Areas ofconsultancy and income generated: N/A

25. Facultyselected nationally/ internationally to visit other laboratories in India and

abroad:N/A

26. Facultyserving in:19

27. Facultyrecharging strategies: N/A

28. Studentprojects:N/A

29. Awards /recognitions received at the national and international level by: NIL

· Faculty

· Doctoral/ post doctoral fellows

· Students

30. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshopsorganized and the source of funding (national /

international)with details of outstanding participants, if any.

 

Name of the Seminar

Date

Source of Funding

Integrating Customer Focus across the Firm: Issues & Challenges before Services Marketers

2-3 March, 2019

DDU Gorakhpur University

Fostering Entrepreneurship in Global Context: Issues and Challenges

26-27 March, 2018

DDU Gorakhpur University+EDII, Ahmedabad

Smart India Vision 2020: Innovations in Commerce and Management

26-27 March, 2017

DDU Gorakhpur University

Seminar on GST

20 July, 2017

DDU Gorakhpur University+Institute of Chartered Accountants of India-Gorakhpur Chapter

 

 

Name of the workshop

Date

Source of Funding

NIL

 

 

 

31. Code ofethics for research followed by the departments: As per UGC norms

32. Studentprofile course-wise:

 

Name of the Course

 

Applicationsreceived

In 2019

 

Selected

(Male/ Female)

Pass percentage

 

P.G (M Com)

1229

38+105=143

11.64

Ph.D

NA

65

NA

 

 

 

 

33. Diversity ofstudents:

Name of the

Course

 

Students from the

Same university

 

% of students from other universities

within the State

 

% of students

from

universities

outside the

State

 

% of students

From other countries

 

B. ComI 2019-20

491

N/A

1% (5)

0.00%

M. ComI 2019-20

140

2% (03)

Nil

Nil

 

 

34. How manystudents have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services

examinations,NET, SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details

category-wise.

 

S.No.

Name of the Ph.D. Student

Category

Remarks

1

Mr.Amit Kumar Tiwari

UGC-JRF

General

2

Mr.Brijvas Kushwaha

UGC-JRF

OBC

3

Mr.Rakesh Kumar Verma

UGC-JRF

OBC

4

Ms.Roopa Prasad

UGC-JRF

SC

5

Mr. Praveen Singh Chauhan

UGC-JRF

OBC

6

Mr.Rahul Mishra

UGC-JRF

General

7

Mr. Bhuvaneshawar Kumar Prajapati

UGC-JRF

OBC

8

Mr.Sovind

RGNF

SC

9

Ms. Farozan

UGC-JRF

General

10

Mr. DibyanshRai

UGC-JRF

General

11

Mr. Dharmendra Singh

UGC-JRF

SC

12

Mr.Imran Husain

UGC-JRF

OBC

13

Mr.Vikash Kumar Yadav

UGC-JRF

OBC

14

Mrs.Deepika

UGC-JRF

SC

15

Mr.Anandvardhan

UGC-JRF

General

16

Ms.Rukmani Jaiswal

UGC-JRF

OBC

17

Mr.Satya Prakesh Mani

UGC-JRF

General

18

Mr.Nikhilesh Kumar Sonker

UGC-JRF

SC

19

Ms.Anshika Mishra

UGC-JRF

General

20

Mr.Rahul Pal

UGC-JRF

OBC

21

Mr.Sunil Kumar Maddheshiya

UGC-NET

OBC

22

Mr. Ashish Kumar Sharma

UGC-NET

OBC

23

Ms. Areema Pandey

UGC-NET

General

24

Mr Priyanshu Verma

UGC-NET

OBC

25

Ms. Monika Tulsyan

UGC-NET

General

26

Ms. Sana Mahmood

UGC-NET

General

27

Ms. Chandani Bhagat

UGC-NET

General

28

Ms. Manisha Singh

UGC-NET

OBC

29

Mr. Sandeep Kumar Yadav

UGC-NET

OBC

30

Mr. Abhishek Rao

UGC-NET

General

31

Mr. Satpal Singh

UGC-NET

General

32

Mr. Vijay Kumar Patel

UGC-NET

OBC

33

Mr. Gurmeet Singh

UGC-NET

General

34

Ms. Meghna Tripathi

UGC-NET

General

35

Mr Ateeque Ahmad

UGC-NET

OBC

36

Ms. Madhu Yadav

UGC-NET

OBC

37

Mr. Rahul Jaiswal

UGC-NET

OBC

38

Ms. Nidhi Lohia

UGC-NET

General

39

Mr. Zafar Alam

UGC-NET

OBC

40

Mr. Awadhesh

UGC-NET

OBC

41

Mr. Chedi Lal Prajapati

UGC-NET

OBC

42

Ms. Juhi Gupta

UGC-NET

OBC

43

Ms. Mamta Yadav

UGC-NET

OBC

44

Mr. Nandan Sharma

UGC-NET

OBC

45

Mrs. Pratima Jaiswal

UGC-NET

OBC

46

Mr. Rama Raman Pandey

UGC-NET

General

47

Ms. Divya Singh

UGC-NET

General

48

Ms. Purnima Mishra

UGC-NET

General

49

Mr. Rana Gaurav Singh

UGC-NET

General

50

Mr. Shubham Pandey

UGC-NET

General

51

Mr. Sushil Kumar Singh

UGC-NET

OBC

52

Ms. Kalpana Singh

UGC-NET

General

53

Ms. Neeharika Rai

UGC-NET

General

54

Ms  Pravina Kumari

UGC-NET

OBC

55

Ms  Komal Rathi

UGC-NET

General

56

Mr. Ajay Kumar

UGC-NET

General

57

Mr. Sushil Kumar Singh

UGC-NET

OBC

58

Mr. Rahul Pal

UGC-NET

OBC

59

Ms. Puja Kumari

UGC-NET

General

60

Mr. Mithilesh Kumar

UGC-NET

SC

61

Mr. Chandan Kumar Thakur

UGC-NET

General

62

Mr. Satya Prakash Mani

UGC-NET

General

63

Mr. Rishkesh Dubey

UGC-NET

General

64

Mr. Shubham Pandey

UGC-NET

General

65

Mr. Brijesh Yadav

UGC-NET

OBC

66

Ms. Shalini Singh

UGC-NET

General

67

Ms. Sarika Gupta

UGC-NET

General

68

Mr. Amarendra Kumar

UGC-NET

ST

69

Mr. Pritam Kalwar

UGC-NET

OBC

70

Mr. Brijesh Kumar

PGT

OBC

71

Mr. Jyoti Prakash

Assistant Professor, UPHEC

OBC

72

Shri Sunil Kumar Maddheshiya

Assistant Professor, UPHEC

OBC

 

35. Studentprogression

Studentprogression Percentage againstenrolled: N/A

UG to PG

PG to M.Phil.

PG to Ph.D.

Ph.D. toPost-Doctoral Nil

Employed

· Campusselection

· Otherthan campus recruitment

Entrepreneurs

36. Diversity ofstaff

Percentage offaculty who are graduates-

of the sameuniversity :           12 out of 19(63%)

from otheruniversities within the State:         07out of 19 (37%)

from universitiesfrom other States:                NIL

from universitiesoutside the country:            NIL

37. Number offaculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the

assessmentperiod :NIL

38. Presentdetails of infrastructural facilities with regard to

a) Library :      Departmental Library

b) Internetfacilities for staff and students: NIL

c) Total numberof class rooms : 09

d) Class roomswith ICT facility : NIL

e) Students‘laboratories : N/A

f) Researchlaboratories : NIL

39. List ofdoctoral, post-doctoral students and Research Associates

a) from the hostuniversity :

b) from otheruniversities :

40. Number ofpost graduate students getting financial assistance from the

university:NIL

41. Was any needassessment exercise undertaken before the development of new

programme(s)? Ifso, highlight the methodology.NIL

42. Does thedepartment obtain feedback from:N/A

a. faculty oncurriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does

the departmentutilize the feedback?

b. students onstaff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does

the departmentutilize the feedback?

c. alumni andemployers on the programmes offered and how does the department

utilize thefeedback?

 

 

 

 

 

 

43. List thedistinguished alumni of the department:

 

S.No

NAME

ADDRESS

MOBILE NO

1

DR GAUTAM PRASAD

Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, HS Gaur University, Sagar

9335206622,

9479983922

2

CA AGRAWAL RADHEY SHYAM 

105  SUNANDA  TOWER BANK  ROAD, GORAKHPUR

9415210577

 

3

CA MURLI DHAR VAISH

SHAHI BUILDINGS CINEMA ROAD, GORAKHPUR

9450810405

 

4

CA N.L.GUPTA

 

NEW M P BUILDING , GOLGHAR, GORAKHPUR

 

9415003775

 

5

CA AGRAWAL NAWAL KISHORE 

 

MAJHOLI COMPOUND, DAUDPUR, (NEAR KALI MANDIR), GORAKHPUR

9415281980

 

6

CA AGARWAL ANOOP KUMAR 

14 SAKET NAGAR, LACHHIPUR ,P O - GORAKHNATH, GORAKHPUR

9235508900

 

7

CA AGRAWAL SHATRUGHNA PRASAD 

MOHAN KOTHI, MOHAN ROAD, DEORIA

9415312378

 

8

CA SUREKA ASHOK KUMAR 

 

12 JALKAL BUILDING IST FLOOR, LAL BAHADUR SHASTRI MARG, GOLGHAR,GORAKHPUR

9415210907

 

9

CA PREM CHANDRA  GUPTA

IST FLOOR , SHAHI BUILDING, CINEMA ROAD, GORAKHPUR

9415314887

 

10

CA SHUKLA DAYA SHANKER 

NEW M P BUILDING , GOLGHAR, GORAKHPUR

9415244769

 

11

CA VERMA SURENDRA DEO 

 

S D VERMA & ASSOCIATES, 42, VINDHYA VASINI NAGAR, GORAKHPUR

9415212920

 

12

CA SRIVASTAVA AJAI SHANKER 

247  KUNTI KUNJ, BETIA HATA, GORAKHPUR

9415212875

 

13

CA GUPTA RAJENDRA KUMAR 

C/109/112 RETI KA PUL, RETI NAKHASH ROAD, GORAKHPUR

9415245672

 

14

CA AGRAWAL PRAVIN KUMAR 

 

HOUSE NO 4, HARI OM NAGAR PHASE-II, CIVIL LINES, GORAKHPUR

9415314628

 

15

CA DILIP  KHETAN

 

362-B BETIA HATA, NEAR HANUMAN MANDIR, GORAKHPUR

9450231717

 

16

CA SANJEEV  TIWARI

 

BESIDE HOTEL SAN PLAZA, CINEMA ROAD, GORAKHPUR

9415282335

 

17

CA VIVEK  AGARWAL

 

HABIBULLAH & CO., CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS, HV HOUSE, GORAKHPUR

9839119370

 

18

CA HIMANSHU  TIBREWAL

MIG - 3 AVAS VIKAS COLONY, BETAHATA, GORAKHPUR

9935507667

 

19

CA SRIVASTAVA SHAKTI SHARAN 

 

NAGAR NIGAM COMMERCIAL COMPLEX, REED SAHEB DHARMSHALA, BETIAHATA CHOWK, GORAKHPUR

9935457427

 

20

CA GUPTA ABHISHEK 

 

1ST FLOOR, T D M INTER COLLEGE CROSSING, ALLAHADADPUR, GORAKHPUR

9935037599

 

21

CA SINGH HARI NARAYAN 

 

D-174, BUDDH VIHAR COMMERCIAL, AJIT PLAZA, TARAMANDAL, GORAKHPUR

9452457200

 

22

CA ARUN KUMAR GUPTA

 

2ND FLOOR PILI KOTHI, BEHIND MARUTI CENTRE, KALI MANDIR GOLGHAR, GORAKHPUR

9935885985

 

23

CA RAMDUTTA  MISHRA

 

WARD NO.7, KESHOPUR SAHJANWA, NEAR TARA CHAND AGRAWAL, GORAKHPUR

9415796824

 

24

CA JUGUNOO PRASAD DUBEY

 

SHOP NO 5 FIRST FLOOR, G K TOWER, ALLAHADAPUR, GORAKHPUR

9936258794

 

25

CA L.B. AGRAHARI

 

SHAHI BUILDINGS CINEMA ROAD, GORAKHPUR

9415735393

 

26

CA SHISHIR KUMAR DUBEY

 

SHOP NO 108 CHARUCHANDRAPURI COLONY, NEAR DIG BANGLOW, ABOVE GANDHI AUTOMOBILE, GORAKHPUR

7499264357

 

27

CA GUPTA SHYAM SUNDER 

 

D-7 PREMA COMPLEX,, BANK ROAD, VINDHYAVASINI NAGAR, GORAKHPUR

8400800782

 

28

CA A.K.KEDIA

 

GANDHI PARK, 7 MALAO BHAWAN, GORAKHPUR

9936106619

 

29

CA SANJAY VERMA

 

247  KUNTI KUNJ, BETIA HATA, GORAKHPUR

9415210682

 

30

CA ANSHUMAN GUPTA

 

135-B/2 SECTOR 'E' , ALIGANJ, LUCKNOW

9956184567

 

31

CA ABHINANDAN PANDEY

 

C/O SHRI DIGVIJAY NATH TRIPATHI, WARD NO.09 SHASTRI NAGAR, ANAND NAGAR

8419064444

 

32

CA ANIL KUMAR AGRAWAL

 

2ND FLOOR ABOVE BANK OF BARODA, HANUMAN MANDIR CROSSING, BETIAHATA

9839506802

 

33

MR AGARWAL VIKAS KUMAR 

0219-A GOPI BHAWAN, FIRST FLOOR, DILEZAKPUR

9415212014

 

34

CA AGRAWAL NAVIN KUMAR 

 

SHOP NO.3 , 2ND FLOOR, CROSS ROAD , THE MALL, A.D.TIRAHA , BANK ROAD

9415281941

 

35

CA TRIPATHI VIVEK KAUSHAL 

PANCHWATI APARTMENT, NEAR CANTT POLICE  STATION

9839359779

 

36

CA DUBEY AKHILESHWAR 

905-E, NEAR MAHENDRA GAS GODOWN, MOHADDIPUR

9838860801

 

37

CA URMILA  TRIPATHI

 

AJAI SHANKER AND CO CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS, 247 KUNTI KUNJ BETIAHATA

8604111938

 

38

CA ARCHANA  TRIPATHI

 

GROUND FLOOR, PANCHWATI APARTMENT, NEAR CANTT POLICE  STATION

9839862694

 

39

CA LAXMI  RUNGTA

 

MAYA BAZAR RETI ROAD, OPP HINDI DAINIK PRESS

8924954033

 

40

CA KEDIA SANDEEP KUMAR 

PURANI BAZAR, POST - RAMKOLA

 

9415312595

 

41

CA NAMITA  GUPTA

 

C/O MANISH TRADING CO, INFRONT OF HDFC BANK, SHASTRI NAGAR (GOLA BAZAR)

9628823395

 

42

CA SANJAY YADAV

 

SETHI MARKET, NEAR ROADWAYS TIRAHA, BASTI

7080425815

 

43

CA AMOD SINGH

 

BABA KATRA, CIVIL LINES PETROL PUMP

9336617546

 

44

CA ARVIND PRASAD 

 

KANTA PLAZA, OPPOSITE KHOWA MANDI, GOLGHAR

9415314237

 

45

CA GUPTA ANUPAM 

 

NEAR HANUMAN MANDIR, HAZARIPUR

9415210254

 

46

CA MISHRA SUNIL KUMAR 

 

2ND FLOOR MODELLA BAKERS,NEAR HOTEL SAN PLAZA, CINEMA ROAD GOLGHAR

9415276589

 

47

CA SRI PRAKASH AGARWAL

21-22, HARIOM NAGAR, CIVIL LINES, GORAKHPUR

9415211768

 

 

44. Give detailsof student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /

seminar)involving external experts:

 

Special Lectureon“Applicationsof Dempster-Shafer Theory of Belief Functions to Business Decisions” byProfessorRajendra P.  Srivastava, EY Professor,School of Business, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, USA on 18 December, 2018under the joint auspices ofDepartment Of Commerce, DDU Gorakhpur University,Gorakhpur and  Indian AccountingAssocation—Gorakhpur Branch (Venue: Department of Commerce,Time: 11.00a.m.-2.15 p.m.)

 

45. List theteaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes: 

a) Traditional, Case Discussion andAudio-Visual.

b) Online methods.

 

46. How does thedepartment ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and

learningoutcomes are monitored? :

1)  Through Internal Assessment in CBCS

            2) Departmental Programs,microteaching and student contacts

            3) Annual and Semester Exam Results

 

47. Highlightthe participation of students and faculty in extension activities.

A)Regular Partication of a number of students in NCC

B)Regular Partication of a number of students in NSS

C)Regular Partication of a number of students in Rangers & Rovers

D) RegularPartication of a number of students in Computer Training by Department of Adult& Continuing Education and MEDHA.

 

48. Give detailsof ―beyond syllabus scholarly activities of the department.

 

Activeparticipation of members of Department in every such activity within theUniversity as well as by Professional Institutions like Indian CommerceAssociation, Indian Accounting Association, ICAI, Viswa Sanvad Kendra, International Society for Intercultural Studies andResearch, Kolkata, etc.

49. Statewhether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies?

If yes, givedetails. : NIL

50. Brieflyhighlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge,

basic orapplied:

Through Research & Updating ofcurriculum

51. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses,Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of

the department.

SWOT of the Department ofCommerce

DDU Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur

Strengths

·         Well qualified and long experienced teachers.

·         Regular updating of U.G& PG Courses.

·         Laborious researchers to produce quality research.

·         Good number of JRF pass outs

·         Well disciplined students and non-teaching staff.

·         Regular teaching in the department.

·         Dedication of teaching and non-teaching staff.

·         Involvement of every teacher in corporate life of the University.

Opportunities

·         B++ Accredited by NAAC.

·         Good reputation in UP, Bihar, MP and Nepal

·          Availability of national resource persons as guest faculty.

·         Impressive alumni.

·         More utility & demand for students of commerce in the present scenario.

Weaknesses

·         Insufficient grants.

·         No rooms/cabins for teachers to guide students.

·         Lack of Computers & Computer Lab.

·         Poor condition of departmental library—outdated books.

·         Insufficient physical infrastructural facilities.

·         Poor support staff: student ratio.

Challenges

·     Inadequate Placement Services in University.

·     Economic poverty among students and poor communication skill.

·     Poor interest among bright students, in research courses.

·         Need for Self Financing courses in Business Studies

·         Every class must have CCTV, computer, mike and Data Projector for effective delivery.

 

52. Future plansof the department:

 

(1) OpeningCentre for Business Studies

(2) SelfFinancing Courses on

a)      Masterof Business Finance,

b)      Masterof Financial Control,

c)      PGDiploma in Behavioural Finance & Accounting,

d)     PGDiploma in Business Transformation

(3)Establishment of computer lab for UG, PG and Research Scholars.

(4)Student Guidance cell to help them for preparation of Competitive exams/NETetc. and academic support.


Sr. No.
Teacher Name
Designation
Mobile No.
Photo
Profile
1Prof. Awadhesh Kumar TiwariProfessor and Dean9415339988View
2Prof. Vinay Kumar PandeyProfessor and Head9415026483View
3Prof. Anand SenguptaProfessor9454562985View
4Prof. Shri Vardhan PathakProfessor9450436001View
5Prof. R.P. SinghProfessor9935541965View
6Prof. Sanjay BaijalProfessor9415321905View
7Prof. Ajeya Kumar GuptaProfessor9455744365View
8Prof. Ashish Kumar SrivastavaProfessor9868693650View
9Prof. Sanjeet Kumar GuptaProfessor9450884022View
10Prof. Rajeev PrabhakarProfessor9415026484View
11Prof. Anil Kumar YadavProfessor9935367733, 7905511720View
12Prof. Hem Shankar BajpaiProfessor9415322517View
13Dr. Manish Kumar SrivastavaAssociate Professor9997070061View
14Dr. Harshdev VermaAsst. Professor9415852388View
15Dr. Pratima JaiswalAsst. Professor9450984109View
16Dr. Anshu GuptaAsst. Professor9455279927View
17Dr. Maneesh KumarAsst. Professor9598958997View
18Dr. Suman KannoujiyaAsst. Professor9935518050View
19Dr. Pradeep KumarAsst. Professor9936250417View

Under Maintanance

 Sr. No. Course Syllabus CBCS

Research Projects (Last 5 Years)

Project Title
Investigator
Funding Agency
Department
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Examinengemgnregs implementation issues women participation on and Impact on Rural Empoyment and MigrationDr. Sanay BaijalUGCCommerceCentral Government 6.920153

Research Papers

Title of PaperName of the Author/sDepartment of the TeacherName of journalYear of publicationISSNnumber
Integrated Marketing Communication through Strategic Consistency: An Innovative Proposal for Future MarketingProf. Sanjay BaijalCommerceArthaVijnana : quarterly journal of Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics20190971-586X
Skill India: A Campaign for Economic GrowthDr. Anshu GuptaCommerceResearch Review International Journal of Multi disciplinary20182455-3085
Corporate Social Responsibility in Indian Companies: An empirical studyKumar Shivam& Prof. Rajeev PrabhakarCommerceJournal of Modern Management & Entrepreneurship20182231167X
Awareness,concern and compliance of GSTProf. S.V. PathakCommerceThe Indian Journal of Commerce20180019-512X
Economic Reform of India and China:Past and FutureKumar Shivam & Prof. Rajeev PrabhakarCommerceJournal of Commerce, Economics & Computer Science201723957069
Changes in Customer Perception towards Online Shopping Special References to Gorakhpur CityProf. A. Sengupta & Dr. Nitin Bakshi.CommerceIMEJ20172277-4262
A study on the efficacy of the Public Distribution System in IndiaProf. Sanjay BaijalCommerceThe Creative Launcher20172455-6580
Receivables Management in Selected Companies- A StudySri H.S. BajpaiCommerceCommerce and Management Research Association20172231587X
'Working Capital- An Analysis with Reference To TATA Motors Limited'Sri H.S. BajpaiCommerceInternational Journal of Development Studies (IJDS),20170975-5799
Green Marketing: A buzzword for the Hospitality Industry in IndiaMr. Ashwani Kumar Gupta & Prof. A.K. TiwariCommerceCommerce and Business Studies20169741879
Analysis Of Factors Responsible for Growth of Hospitality and Tourism in IndiaMs. Bharti Shukla & Prof. A.K. TiwariCommerceIJMSSR201623496738
Work Life Balance: A General Overview and Glass Ceiling Effect in Hospitality SectorMs. Bharti Shukla & Prof. A.K. TiwariCommercePJHSS20162349-0888
‘A Study about Impact of Income Inequality on Human Development in India’Prof. A.K. YadavCommerceAcademicia20169768521
‘Travel in India’: International Advertising Programme for Promoting Multi-Dimensional Tourism in India’Prof. A.K. YadavCommerceJournal of Tourism & Hospitality201621670269
“Financial Inclusion in Indian Perspective”Prof. Sanjay BaijalCommerceInternational Journal of Advanced Research20162320-5407
Discernment of Consumers toward e-shopping: An Indian Perspective StudyProf. Sanjay BaijalCommerceIRA-International Journal of Management & Social Sciences20162455-2267
Skill development in Professional education in IndiaProf. Sanjay BaijalCommerceInternational journal of OrganisationalBehaviour and Management Perspectives20162279-0969
‘A Comparative Study of the Growth in Punjab National Bank and HDFC Bank India’Prof. A.K. YadavCommerceIIARTC-International Journal of Trade and Commerce20152278-5811
‘A Comparative Study of the Public and Private Sector Bank with Special Reference to Punjab National Bank and HDFC Bank’Prof. A.K. YadavCommerceBusiness & Financial Affairs- BSFA an Open Access Journal20152167-0234
‘Disinvestment- An Economic Compulsion for India’Prof. A.K. YadavCommerceIJMIE- International Journal of Management, IT & Engineering20152249-0558
‘Effects of the Globalization on Indian Economy’Prof. A.K. YadavCommerceVSRD- International Journal of Research in Commerce & Management20150976-2183
‘Focusing on Rural Entrepreneurship in India’Prof. A.K. YadavCommerceGorakhpur Social Scientist Journal20150976-8521
‘Integrating Entrepreneurship with Education System in India’Prof. A.K. YadavCommerceJournal of Educational Studies20152250-2327
‘Participation of Women Entrepreneurs in Economy’Prof. A.K. YadavCommerceVSRD - International Journal of Business and Management20152319-2194
A study of the financial inclusion through Jan DhanYojna : issues, prospects and PerformanceProf. Sanjay BaijalCommerceInternational journal of research in commerce, economics & management20152231-4245
Biometric-A Fraud Reduction Technology in E-payment and its impact on Inclusive Growth of IndiaProf. Sanjay BaijalCommerceInternational Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology (IJRASET)20152321-9653
Whistle blowing in India- IntrospectionProf. Sanjay BaijalCommerceInternational Journal of Engineering Technology, Management and Applied Sciences20152349-4476
Changing Landscape in the Area of Retail InvestmentProf. V.K. Pandey & Ritu TripathiCommerceNew Horizon201523492538
Corporate Disclosure Practices in India: A Case Study of Select Public Sector Units'Sri H.S. BajpaiCommerceInternational Journal of Commerce and Management,20152231587X
‘Naxalism and Socio-economic Development: A Mysterious Affinity’Prof. A.K. YadavCommerceStrategic View Point20142277-5749
Challenges to empowerment through MicrofinanceProf. Sanjay BaijalCommerceInternational journal of research in commerce and management (IJRCM)20142231-4245
Stock Price Behaviour and Macroeconomic Variables- A Study'Sri H.S. BajpaiCommerceInternational Journal of Commerce and Management,20142231587X

Books/Chapters in books and conference proceedings

Teacher NameTitle of Book/ChapterTitle of the PaperTitle of the proceedings of the conferenceYear of publicationISBN/ISSN numberAffiliating InstituteName of the publisher
Prof. A.K.GuptaEmerging National Threats via Cyber Attack And A Strengthened Cyber National Security--2018978-93-82171-71-3Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityPratyush Publications Delhi
Prof. A.K. Yadav‘Economic Relations between India and Nepal’,--2018978-93-82171-67-6Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityPratyush Publications, Delhi,
Prof. A.K. Yadav‘Child Labour in India - Causes and Concerns’,--2018978-93-82171-69-0Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityDr. S. P.L. Srivastav et al, Pratyush Publications, Delhi, ,
Dr.Anshu Gupta Demonetization In India A Researcher Perspective --2018978-93-88237-02-4 Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityExcel India Publishers New Delhi
Prof. A.K. Yadav‘VAT- Implications on Entrepreneurs’--2017978-81-89740-40-5Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityKrishna Computers & Publishers, Sagar, Jan.
Prof. A.K. Yadav‘Financial Management Practices in Small Scale Industries’,--2017978-93-86258-24-3Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityVSRD Academic Publishing, India
Prof. A.K. Yadav‘Development of Skill and Entrepreneurship in Rural India’,--2017978-93-80961-31-6Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityDr. Mevalal, SaksaharPrakashan, Allahabad, ,
Prof. A.K. YadavBharat keLaghuUdyogo me Vitt ki Vyavastha’,--2017978-93-80961-31-6Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityDr. Mevalal, SaksaharPrakashan, Allahabad,
Prof. A.K. Yadav‘Foreign Direct Investment in Indian Retail Sector’,--2016978-93-86079-47-3Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityVinayak Publishing House, Varanasi,
Prof. A.K.TiwariFDI and its impact on indian economy/FDI in India and its effect on Economy--2016978-93-86079-47-3Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University-
Prof. Sanjeet Kumar Gupta Human Rights in India/ Human Rights: India’s right based approach--2016978-8193200711Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityABS Books, New Delhi
Prof. A.K. YadavTerrorism Insurance- to Tackle the Terrorism Risk in India’--2016978-93-84201-39-5Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityPrakashanMandir, Varanasi
Prof. A.K. Yadav‘Tourism- Economic Opportunity for India’, published in Tourism- Industry in India--2015978-81-7702-311-4Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityPratibhaPrakashan, New Delhi,
Prof. R.P.SinghGoing Green with Economics: Sustainable Development through Decentralised Planning and Inclusive Titles’--2014978-93-84144-72-2Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityBusiness Sustainability, Research India Publications, Delhi
Prof. A.K.GuptaChallenges of Class Room Teaching in Higher Education” /Elements of Teaching Learning Process --2014978-93-51072-86-7Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityELSEVIER
Prof. A.K. YadavTerrorism in South Asia: Issues, Challenges and Responses /‘Terrorism in India: Some Economic Implications’--2014978-81-7487-872-4Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityRadha Publications, New Delhi,
Prof. A.K. YadavNon-military Dimensions of India’s Security’ published in India’s Security- Issues and Challenges--2014978-81-7445-688-5Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityMohit Publications, New Delhi
Prof. A.K. Yadav‘Clean Development Mechanism- An Opportunity for India’, published in Environment, Agriculture and Population Growth--2014978-93-82847-11-3Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityR.K. Books, New Delhi,
Prof. A.K. Yadav‘Cash Transfer Scheme- A Novel Instrument for Social Development’, published in Social Development in India--2014978-81-7678-223-4Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityBharat Book Centre, Lucknow,
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