Sarvjeet Kaur Chatrath

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Biography

OVERVIEW

Sarvjeet is an Assistant Professor at the University of Canberra with the Faculty of Business Government and Law. She is a high-caliber professional with sharp business acumen & proven leadership skills with a global perspective. Sarvjeet has 23 years of extensive & diverse work experience, primarily in the education field, financial planning, marketing, and setting up a new institute from embryo to full activation. Has a passion for teaching and research.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Books 

“Human Resource Development Strategies & Systems” published by Thakur Publishers (MBA-4th Semester).

 

International Journals

Kaur, S., Bakshi, G. and Dayor, S. "Six Sigma and their application in Companies", GE-International Journal of Management Research 3(7)(January 2015), PP. 1-14.

Kaur, S, Bakshi, G., and Dayor, S. “Online behavior and its impact on consumer buying behavior”, GE-International Journal of Management Research 3(7) (January 2015).

Kaur, S., Bakshi, G., and Dayora, S.” Green Marketing and Indian Consumer Behavior”, GE-International Journal of Management Research, 3(7) (July 2014), PP. 235-243.

Kaur, S. and Singh, T.P. ”Knowledge-Based Dynamic Scheduling/Rescheduling in Manufacturing & Uncertain Environment”, International Journal of IT & Management, PP.110-112.

Khanduja, R., Tiwari., P.C. & Kaur, S.” Performance modeling & Simulation of the paper, Making System of a paper plant”, international journal of elixir (production) vol: 30 (2011), PP. 1778-1781.

Kaur, S. and Bakshi, G. "Indian Economy in the Process of Global Competitiveness", published in International Journal of Research in IT and Management.

Kaur, S. and Bakshi, G. "Online Consumer Behavior: The Important Drivers" published in International Journal of Research in Finance & Marketing, 1(4), (August-2011).

Kaur, S. and Bakshi, G. "An analysis of Traditional and E-Markets: From Seller and Consumer Point of View" published in International Journal of Finance and Marketing (IJRFM), 2(2) (February 2012), pp. 1201-1205.

National Journals

Kaur, S. and Bakshi., “Foreign Direct Investment and Indian Retail Sector” Yamuna Journal of Technology and Business Research, PP.-80-83.

Kaur, S. and Bakshi, G. “Online Advertising: Their Positive and Negative Impacts” paper at Yamuna Journal of Technology and Business Research, PP. 75-78.

Kaur, S. & Batra, G.S. "Generation-Y & Fashion Leadership: Strategic Implications for apparel retailing in India", In National Journal of management VISTAS, 3(1) (2011), pp. 11-14.

Kaur, S. & Mittal, K C “Marketing Strategies as the focus of insurance Industry: An Indian Perspective” in MERI Journal of Management & IT, 3(1) (2011), pp.1-7.

kaur, S. & Mittal, K C. Employee Satisfaction in Private Business Schools” In National Journal Management VISTAS, 3(3) (2011), pp. 1-7.

Kaur, S. & Batra, G.S., "Generation-Y & fashion leadership: Strategic implications for apparel retailing in India", Management VISTAS, 3 (1) (2010), pp. 11-14.

Kaur, S. & Mittal, K.C.   "Marketing Strategies as the focus of Insurance Industry: An Indian Perspective", MERI Journal of Management and IT, 3 (1) (2009), pp. 1-7.

Kaur, S. & Mittal, K.C. "Employee satisfaction in private business schools", Management VISTAS, 3 (3) (2009), pp. 1-7.

Kaur, S. & Khanduja, R. "Implementation of the quality circle in small scale industries" A Case Study” Yamuna Journal ofTechnology & Business Research, 4(1) (2014) pp. 5-7.

Kaur, S. and Tanwar, Anita.  "A comparative study on employee productivity in selected nationalized bank in India" in National conference in MMU Mullana, pp. 500-504.

Kaur, S. and Tanwar, Anita. "Exploring roadblocks in Haryana to make in India" in National conference in Punjabi University Patiala pp. 14-18.

Kaur, S. and Tanwar, Anita. "An Indian perspective: globalization of economy and the impact of foreign direct investment on sustainable growth", in National conference in Punjabi University Patiala, pp. 600-605. 

FUNDING

Having recently joined the University of Canberra the funding applications are in process in India. Designed, implemented, and managed all fundraising activities including annual expenditure, endowment, and capital campaigns, special projects, and other college-related solicitations, managed all strategies and activities for donor cultivation, solicitation, and relations, maintain contact with and develop grant proposals for foundations and corporations, developed and implemented parent and class-based fundraising program within the Annual Fund, Developed a comprehensive planned-giving program.

SUPERVISION

Willing to supervise students in the following areas:

  • Social Marketing and Behaviour Change 
  • Human Resources Management 
  • Management 
  • Consumer experiencing vulnerability
  • Service technology and Service design

CURRENT PROJECTS

In the application stage in Australia.

EXTERNAL ENGAGEMENT

Spearheaded the funding of the expansion of Yamuna Group obtaining external funds from various authorities like ACITE (All India Council of Technical Education) Medical Council of India, NCI (Nursing Council of India), --resulting in expansion of group from 30Cr.(approx 57,00,000AUD) To 1700 Cr.(approx 32,298,952 AUD) in a period of fewer than six years. In addition to the above, I also tapped the banking sector, medical institutions, research funding, and even the alumni to ensure the success of the expansion.

ACADEMIC HONORS AND AWARDS

Recipient, “Bharat Vidya Shiromani Award” also “National Mahila Rattan Gold Medal Award” for outstanding achievement in the field of Education.

Recipient “Certification of Education Excellence” by International Institute of Education & Management.

Awarded member of IQAC (Internal Quality Assurance Cell) of Kurukshetra university chaired by H’able Vice-Chancellor (Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra)

Recipient, Key Employee for the organization. Played a significant role in the development and execution of business plans for the group.

Awarded 2nd rank as a Top B-School of excellence among 21st Business School in the state of Haryana, INDIA Competition success review October 2015.

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Devlopment Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 8 - Decent Work and Economic Growth
  • SDG 10 - Reduced Inequalities
  • SDG 12 - Responsible Consumption and Production

Education/Academic qualification

Master, Punjab University

Bachelor, Punjab University, Chandigarh.

PhD, Punjabi University

Master, Punjabi University

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