Faculty Seminars

 

The Research and strategic initiatives undertakes various activities over the academic year to inculcate research orientation amongst the faculty and students. Some of the activities are listed below:

Research Seminars

It is said that “Alone We are Smart, Together We are Brilliant (Steven Anderson, Educator)”. IMI Bhubaneswar believes in this search for excellence and recognizes the fact that we can all gain through the shared knowledge. In this context IMI Bhubaneswar started Monthly Research Seminar Series. The faculty members/research scholars present their previous or ongoing research and receive feedback from their colleagues. Faculty members from other institutes are welcome to attend these research seminars.

The table below gives the snapshot of the research seminars held at IMI Bhubaneswar;

Details of the Faculty Seminar held at IMI-B

2020-21

S.NoFacultyDateSubject
17. Prof. Santanu Das 19.10.2020 Long term dependencies between sovereign bonds and sectoral indices of India: Evidence from Hurst exponent and wavelet analysis
16. Prof. Swayam Sampurna Panigrahi 25.09.2020 Revolutionising Supply Chains with Industry 4.0 concepts to attain sustainability
15. Prof. Rohit Vishal Kumar 10.07.2020 Website Structure Mining: Application & Lessons from Website Analysis
14. Prof. Pallavi Pandey 03.07.2020 Danone India: Challenges of expanding into an Emerging Market
13. Prof. Sourabh Sharma 26.06.2020 Analyzing the Impact of Online and Social Media Platforms on Students’ Academic Performance: A Comparative Study of Extraversion & Introversion Personality
12. Prof. Yamini Prakash Sahay 19.06.2020 Employee Perception of Leader Member Exchange
11. Prof. Rajesh Katiyar 09.06.2020 Analyzing the Impact Factors of Remanufacturing Industry
10. Prof. Kapil Pandla 02.06.2020 Rise and Fall of a Business Leader - Floored after hitting the Glass Ceiling
9. Prof. Rahul Gupta Choudhury 29.05.2020 Einstein, Tagore, and the Antiquity: A view of the Universe
8. Prof. Ranjit Roy Ghatak 26.05.2020 Barriers analysis for customer resource contribution in value co-creation for service industry using interpretive structural modelling
7. Prof. Pravesh Padamwar 22.05.2020 The role of cognitive reflection on attraction effect
6. Prof. Ramakrushna Panigrahi 19.05.2020 Mapping Social Dysfunction Parameters in Development Discourse – A more Robust Approach to Rank countries with HDI Attainments
5. Prof. Bindu Chhabra 15.05.2020 Paved with good intentions: Situational and dispositional influences on employees’ unethical pro-organizational behavior in Indian organizations
4. Prof. Devesh Baid 12.05.2020 Organizational performance as a multidimensional construct
3. Prof. Ramesh Behl and Prof. Manit Mishra 05.05.2020 COVID 19: Modeling for states in India
2. Prof. Supriti Mishra 01.05.2020 Perceived Organisational Support and Organisational Commitment: Moderating role of Person-Organisation Fit
1. Prof. Santanu Das 28.04.2020 The dynamics of corporate cash holdings? Evidence from emerging Asia

 2019-20

S. NoFacultyDateSubject
19 Prof. Rohit Vishal Kumar 27.01.2020 COE Effect, China and Indian perception - Roadblocks and Extensions?
18 Prof. Rajagopal 30.11.2019 Contemporary trends in writing and publishing research papers
17 Prof. Rajagopal 29.11.2019 Reverse Innovation and Impact on Global Business
16 Prof. Pallavi Pandey 22.11.2019 An inductive exploration of factors leading to employee dissatisfaction in the Indian retail industry
15 Prof. Ashish Chandra 21.10.2019 Issues and Challenges for Indian Business Professors getting publications in International Academic Journals
14 Prof. Santanu Das 17.08.2019 Conditional dependence between oil prices and sovergeign bond yields: A Garch-copula model approach
13 Prof. Sourabh Sharma 17.08.2019 An empirical study of Impulse Buying behaviour of customers and forced selling behaviour of sellers
12 Prof. Devesh Baid 17.08.2019 Chairman's letter: does it communicate something
11 Prof. Sushil Kalyani 17.08.2019 Importance of Risk Management Architecture for addressing the NPA problem in Banks in India
10 Prof. Bindu Chhabra 17.08.2019 Locus of control and work attitudes as predictors of organizational citizenship behaviour- A study of Indian IT Professionals
9 Prof. Rohit Vishal Kumar 16.08.2019 Customer complaints in Indian banking sector: preliminary analysis
8 Prof. Supriti Mishra 16.08.2019 Impact of diversity and inclusion climate on employee performance in the insurance and financial services sector
7 Prof. Arun Kumar Rath 16.08.2019 Challenges of Enterprise Risk Management
6 Prof. Manit Mishra 16.08.2019 Underlying dimension of trust: A review
5 Prof. R.K. Panigrahi 16.08.2019 Real Interest rate parity and fisher's open condition: empirical evidences from major economics
4 Arjya kumar Mishra 05.08.2019 Circular economy: A paradigm shift?
3 Aswini Kumar Bhuyan 25.04.2019 Accounting narratives: Analysis of Chairman’s speech
2 N.V. Subbarao 25.04.2019 Study of new hire recruitment methods and willingness
1 Prof. Devesh Baid 10.04.2019 Operational Definition of a Framework for Crowd Funding Adoption across Countries

2018-19

S.NoFacultyDateSubject
10 Prof. Santanu Das 20.03.2019 Does corporate leverage affect accounting policy? An examination of discretionary accruals
9 Prof. Bindu Chhabra 13.02.2019 Relationship between Work Role Stress - Employee Outcomes: Moderating Role of Core Self Evaluation
8 Prof. Rahul Gupta Chaudhury 16.01.2019 Industry-Wise Differences in Marketing Strategy and their Influence on Performance: A Study of Manufacturing and Service Industries in India
7 Prof. Rajagopal 07.12.2018 Writing management case studies
6 Prof. Rajagopal 07.12.2018 Contemporary trends in management research
5 Prof. Rajesh Katiyar 30.10.2018 How to use Interpretive Structural Modelling (ISM) technique.
4 Prof. Aman Dua 20.09.2018 The assessments of quality multimodal transportation for containerized exports.
3 Prof. Arun K. Rath 24.07.2018 India and Antarctica: Geo-Political
2 Prof. Supriti Mishra 18.04.2018 Strategic Human Resource Management: A Paradigm Shift for Achieving Competitive Advantage in Organisations
1 Prof. Sourabh Sharma 12.04.2018 Competency Evaluation for Social Media Usage: A comparative Study of Male and Female.

2017-18

S.NoFacultyDateSubject
12 Prof. Rohit Vishal Kumar 26.03.2018 Rethinking Marketing Management Pedagogy
11 Prof. Manit Mishra 15.02.2018 The impact of customer relationship management (CRM) practices on customer satisfaction
10 Prof. Santanu Das 19.01.2018 Modelling Volatility and conditional dependence of crude oil, oil subtitles and market portfolio using Copula-GARCH approach.
9 Prof. Rahul Gupta Choudhury 19.01.2018 Contextual Factors, Strategy and Marketing Mix Decisions of Firms.
8 Prof. Rajagopal 08.12.2017 Doctoral Research: International Perspectives on initiation to conclusion.
7 Prof. Rajagopal 08.12.2017 Developing Skills on Writing Cases
6 Prof. Supriti Mishra 22.11.2017 What drives CSR in Indian Companies
5 Prof. Devesh Baid 22.11.2017 A Study of MCS, Teachers satisfaction, Teachers stress and role of participative decision making
4 Prof. Bindu Chhabra 12.09.2017 Impact of Demographic Variables on the Attitude towards Violence and Cooperation with Police: A study of Naxalite affected areas in Odisha
3 Prof. R. R. Ghatak 17.08.2017 Ethics of Risk: A Supply Chain Perspective
2 Prof. Supriti Mishra 17.05.2017 CSR Drivers – A Case of Indian Companies
1 Prof. Manit Mishra 28.04.2017 For Millennials, “saying” and “doing” have parted ways?

2016-17

S. NoFacultyDateSubject
6 Prof. Rohit Vishal Kumar 27.02 2017 Using Citavi for Bibliography Management (Advanced Tools)
5 Prof. Rohit Vishal Kumar 13.01.2017 Using Citavi for Bibliography Management
4 Prof. Rajagopal 09.12.2016 Developing Skills on Writing Case Studies
3 Prof. Rajagopal 09.12.2016 Architecting Enterprise: Managing Innovation, Technology, and Market Competitiveness
2 Prof. Bindu Chhabra 15.09.2016 Back to the Future? : Challenges and Opportunities for Indian Information Technology Industry in the New Economic Order
1 Prof. Sourabh Sharma 10.08.2016 Digital India: Innovation & Technology

Software Skill Development

Research, in today’s world, requires an immense knowledge of analytical and other softwares. The Research Wing at IMI Bhubaneswar focusses on providing software skills to the researchers. Some of the softwares which are regularly used at IMI Bhubaneswar are listed below:

SPSS is a software package used for statistical analysis. Long produced by SPSS Inc., it was acquired by IBM in 2009. The current versions (2015) are officially named IBM SPSS Statistics. SPSS is a widely used program for statistical analysis in social science. It is also used by market researchers, health researchers, survey companies, government, education researchers, marketing organizations, data miners and others. In addition to statistical analysis, data management documentation are features of the software.

IBM SPSS Amos allows researchers to build attitudinal and behavioral models that reflect complex relationships. The software Provides structural equation modeling (SEM)—that is easy to use and allows researcher to easily compare, confirm and refine models. Researchers can use Bayesian analysis—to improve estimates of model parameters.

EViews is a statistical package, used mainly for time-series oriented econometric analysis. It is developed by Quantitative Micro Software (QMS), now a part of IHS. The current version of EViews is 9.0, released in March 2015. EViews can be used for general statistical analysis and econometric analyses, such as cross-section and panel data analysis and time series estimation and forecasting.

Prowess is a database of large and medium Indian firms. It contains detailed information on over 26,000 firms. These comprise of all companies traded on India's major stock exchanges and several others including public sector enterprises. Prowess provides detailed information on each company covering 1,500 data items and ratios per company. The total income of all companies in the Prowess database is about 78 per cent of India's GDP.

The ACE-Equity database provides access to financial information of more than 38,000 Indian companies. This includes Historical Financials & Share Price Data of over 15 Years, Profit & Loss, Balance Sheet and Cash flows, Annual reports, Business Activity classifications, Data on IPO, Data on F&O, FII Investments, and Global indices etc.

Python is an interpreted, object-oriented, high-level programming language with dynamic semantics. Its high-level built-in data structures, combined with dynamic typing and dynamic binding, makes it very attractive for Rapid Application Development, as well as for use as a scripting language. Python's simple, easy to learn syntax emphasizes readability and therefore reduces the cost of program maintenance. Python supports modules and packages, which encourages program modularity and code reuse. The Python interpreter and the extensive standard library are available in source or binary form without charge for all major platforms and can be freely distributed.

The Bloomberg Terminal is a computer software system provided by the financial data vendor Bloomberg L.P. that enables professionals in the financial service sector and other industries to access Bloomberg Professional Services through which users can monitor and analyze real-time financial market data and place trades on the electronic trading platform. It was developed by businessman Michael Bloomberg. The system also provides news, price quotes, and messaging across its proprietary secure network. It is well known among the financial community for its black interface, which has become a recognizable trait of the service.

Besides the commercial softwares – IMI Bhubaneswar also believes in promoting open source software and uses the following on a regular basis.

IMI Bhubaneswar is fully equipped to transfer the software knowledge to other researchers. If you or your institution are interested please contact us [email protected] for a customized quote.