Doctoral Programme in Management Studies

In New Delhi

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  • PhD
  • New delhi

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New Delhi
The Administrative Officer,Faculty of Management Studies,Shanti Prasad Jain,Advanced Management Rese, 110021, Delhi, India
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The main objective of the Doctoral Research in the Faculty of Management Studies is to encourage original work in different aspects of management and to develop scholars who go on to contribute towards its growth through teaching and research. The Industry as well as the various Government Agencies have approached the Faculty for carrying out research in specific problem areas. The subjects covered include a wide variety of areas such as Growth & Behavior Patterns of Companies in India, Marketing, Financial, Human Resource and Organizational Dimensions of Modern Industry & Business. Titles: * Capital Market efficiency and the performance of Indian Mutual Funds. * A Study of the applications, state of the art and organization of Marketing Research in India. * Stock markets in SAARC countries: A study of growth, development and efficiency. * TQM (Total Quality Management) in Indian organizations: An appraisal. * The knowledge of utilization capability as an enabler of architectural innovations in business process outsourcing. * Financial restructuring of the Indian corporate sector: A case study. * Management of human resources in the Ethiopian Civil Services: A critical study of its adequacy and effectiveness. * Framework of global strategy for comparative advantage: A study of the Home Appliance Industry. * Managing accidents and safety norms: A comparative study on Iranian and Indian Oil Industries. * Developing and managing Trauma Care Systems in a metropolis. * Financial sector reforms: Capital market efficiency and portfolio investments. * Developing a learning environment among semi-skill workers: A comparative study in India (National Capital Region and Congo Kirishasa). * Traditional leadership vis. E-leadership: Comparative analysis of business organizations. * A study of the role of performance management systems in attaining quality. * A critical analysis of Supply Chain Management practices in Indian industries

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