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Dr. Monica Verma

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  • Mba
  • Professor (Head)
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Brief Profile:

A Ph.D. from Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow, MBA from IMS Ghaziabad and a first position holder in B.Sc. Engineering from Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, Prof. Monica Verma has more than 20 years of rich teaching experience. She has been a guest faculty in Department of Management Studies at IIT Delhi and IMT Ghaziabad. She has been invited as a member of the interview panel for the selection of MBA aspirants in Delhi Technological University (DTU), Delhi. She has been associated with the training programmes and assessment centres conducted in Department of Management Studies at IIT Delhi. She conducted psychometric assessment of middle and senior level executives of a company.

Prof. Monica Verma has written articles and papers in many national and international journals and presented papers in international conferences. In 2019, she presented a paper at the prestigious Academy of Management Conference in Boston, USA. She is the reviewer of many international journals. Her research interests include gender studies, ethical leadership, governance and CSR. She enjoys imparting soft skills training to students.

Qualification:

Ph.D., MBA, B.Sc. Engineering (Civil)

Exprience

Areas of Interests

Awards & Honors

  • Received the Best Paper Award in the 2nd International Conference on Redefining Human Resources and Management Perspective organized by School of Commerce, Jain (Deemed-to-be-University) Bengaluru on April 8, 2021.
     
  • Received Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Teachers’ Excellence Award 2020 conferred by Shikshak Kalyaan Foundation and ALTTC (BSNL) on 5th September, 2020.
     
  • First position holder in B.Sc. Engineering at AMU, Aligarh in the batch 1990-94.

Journal

    • Monica Verma, Kanika.T. Bhal & Prem Vrat, (2018). Relationship between gender sensitive practices and family support and its impact on psychological well-being of women employees in call centres in India. Employee Relations, Vol. 40 Issue: 1, pp. 155-172 (ABDC, B)
       
    • Verma, M., Bhal, K.T., & Vrat, P. (2013). Impact of gender sensitive practices on job satisfaction and stress levels. The Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 49(2), 286-297.
       
    • Verma, M., Bhal, K.T., & Vrat, P. (2012-13). Factors affecting satisfaction of women employees in Indian ITES industry: An exploratory study using grounded theory. The

    Alternative: Journal of Management Studies and Research, XII (1), 52-70.

    • Verma, M., Bhal, K.T., & Vrat, P. (2012). Gender stereotyping and stress: Examining the role of self-efficacy as a mediator among women executives in call centers.

    Management & Change, 16(1&2), 1-22.

    • Verma, M. (2011). Barriers to career advancement of women in Indian IT industry: A conceptual framework. Metamorphosis: A Journal of Management, 10(1), 29 – 41.

    Research Papers Presented in International Conferences

    • Monica Verma (2021). Mediating role of career advancement between job autonomy and job satisfaction among women employees of call centres in India. 2nd International Conference on Redefining Human Resource and Marketing Management Perspective, School of Commerce, Jain (Deemed-to-be-University), Bengaluru. April 8.
       
    • Bhal, K.T., Verma, M, Gupta, B. & Dadhich, A. (2019). Ethical Leadership and Internal Whistle Blowing: A Moderated Mediation Model. 79th Annual Meeting of Academy of Management, Boston, Massachusetts. August 9-13,
       
    • Monica Verma (2018). Personality factors determining stress and career advancement of women employees in call centres in India. First PAN IIT International Management Conference – 2018, Department of Management Studies, IIT Roorkee, India, November 30-December 02.
       
    • Monica Verma (2017). ‘Think Manager-Think Male’ phenomenon revisited: Perception of MBA students towards women as managers in India. International Conference on Research and Business Sustainability (ICRBS – 17), Department of Management Studies, IIT Roorkee, India, December, 16-17
       
    • Monica Verma (2017). Supporting culture as transformational strategy in call centres in India: Examining its impact on job satisfaction with stress and career advancement as mediators. Seventeenth Global Conference: Transforming Organizations through Flexible Systems Management (GLOGIFT 17), Delhi School of Management, Delhi Technological University, Delhi, India, December 11-13
       
    • Verma, M., Bhal, K.T., & Vrat, P. (2015). Gender sensitive practices for enhancing women’s satisfaction and commitment in Indian call centres: The mediating role of career advancement. International Conference on Research and Business Sustainability (ICRBS – 15), Department of Management Studies, IIT Roorkee, India, December 4-6.
       
    • Verma, M. (2015). Job autonomy affecting job satisfaction and career advancement of women employees in call centres in India. 3rd International Conference on Skill Development and Technological Innovations (ICST 2015), Institute of Management Studies, Ghaziabad, November 28.
       

    · Verma, M., Bhal, K.T., & Vrat, P. (2013). Organizational network resources enhancing career advancement of women in call centers in India. Thirteenth Global Conference: Managing Flexibility: People, Process and Technology (GLOGIFT13), Department of Management Studies, IIT Delhi, India, December 13-15.
     

    • Verma, M., Bhal, K.T., & Vrat, P. (2012). Mediating role of self-efficacy on the

    relationship between gender stereotyping and stress among women executive in ITES industry. 4th Conference on Excellence in Research and Education 2012, Indian Institute of Management Indore, India, May 10-13.

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