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 10 Weeks (80 Hours: 60 Hours( Theory-Live Video Class)+20 Hours(Lab-Classroom Session)+ Assignments: 14+Projects: 2+Self-Learning Material: 8 Hours) - 15st July, 2019

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Rs. 50,000/- 

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Eligibility Criteria: Class 12th or Equivalent from a recognized Board.

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10 weeks (80 Hours: 60 Hours( Theory-Live Video Class)+20 Hours(Lab-Classroom Session)+Assignments: 10 +Self-Learning Material: 8 Hours) - 15st July, 2019

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Rs. 50,000/-

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 Full Time Mode (4 months, Thurs to Sun, 10 to 5) :- Starting 20th January 2019
 Weekend Mode (8 months, Sat/Sun, 10 to 5) :- Starting 20th January 2019

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Rs. 1,00,000/- 

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Graduate from a recognized University in Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic & Telecommunications and Civil Engineering branches.
BCA/MCA, BSc and MSc - Electronics, Physics, Computers, etc .

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 Full Time Mode (3.5 months, Thurs to Sun, 10 to 5) :- Starting 20th January 2019
 Weekend Mode (6 months, Sat/Sun, 10 to 5) :- Starting 20th January 2019

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Rs. 75,000/- 

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BE/B.Tech in Chemical/ Petroleum/ Petrochemical/ Polymer/ Biotechnology and any other allied discipline
Student appearing in the final year of above programme
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 Full Time Mode (3.5 months, Thurs to Sun, 10 to 5) :- Starting 20th January 2019
 Weekend Mode (6 months, Sat/Sun, 10 to 5) :- Starting 20th January 2019

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Rs. 45,000/- 

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BE/B.Tech in Mechanical/Production/Chemical/ Petroleum/ Petrochemical/ Polymer/ Biotechnology and any other allied discipline
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 Full Time Mode (2 months, Thurs to Sun, 10 to 5) :- Starting 20th January 2019
 Weekend Mode (4 months, Sat/Sun, 10 to 5) :- Starting 20th January 2019

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Rs. 45,000/- (Inclusive of Taxes)  

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BE/B.Tech in Mechanical/Production/Chemical/ Electrical and any other allied discipline
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Working professionals

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 Full Time Mode (2.5 months, Thurs to Sun, 10 to 5) :- Starting 20th January 2019
 Weekend Mode (5 months, Sat/Sun, 10 to 5) :- Starting 20th January 2019

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Rs. 75,000/- (Inclusive of Taxes)  

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(In Line with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.119 & CCPS RBPS Guideline)

 

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BE/B.Tech in Chemical/ Petroleum/ Petrochemical/ Polymer and any other allied discipline
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Managers – Operations, Safety and Executivestrong
PSM Implementation Team Members – Anyone involved with implementation, including operators and maintenance personnel strong
Compliance Auditors strong
Regulatory Staff

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Batch Schedule:

 Full Time Mode (1.5 months, Thurs to Sun, 10 to 5) :- Starting 20th January 2019
 Weekend Mode (3 months, Sat/Sun, 10 to 5) :- Starting 20th January 2019

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Rs. 35,000/- (Inclusive of Taxes)  

 

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BE/B.Tech in Chemical/ Petroleum/ Petrochemical/ Polymer/ Biotechnology.
MSc(Environment) / BSc(Chemistry) and any other allied discipline
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 Regular Mode ((4 months, Thurs to Sun, 10 to 5) :- Starting 5th April, 5th July and 9th August 2018
 Weekend Mode ((10 months, Only Sun, 10 to 5) :- Starting 1st July 2018

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Rs. 75,000/- (Inclusive of Taxes)  

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The first semester takes place at Vishwakarma University, India (work-integrated study mode parallel to the students' jobs). Two of the modules will be taught by Hof University professors. In total, the first semester consists of 6 modules, 5 ECTS per module:

Semesters 2 and 3 provide practice oriented theory (case studies, labwork, excursions, expert meetings…). They consist of 12 modules, 5 ECTS per module (4 basic modules + 6 core modules + 2 elective modules):

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Core modules:

Elective modules (choose two):

* If you have a German language level of A1 at the point of admission in Hof, the modules German A2 and B1 are mandatory. Other elective modules may be passed as additional modules but will not count toward your degree and can be charged with an extra fee.

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The 4th semester is dedicated to an internship (30 ECTS) in a company. During that period of study the Master's thesis (30 ECTS) has to be written as well. For entering the internship, all students have to prove at least the German language level B1.

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IA Bachelor’s degree or similar from an accredited university in Engineering Sciences, at least 180 ECTS or equivalent (depending on the home country)

Proficiency in English, proven by either

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Batch Schedule

10 Weeks (80 Hours: 60 Hours( Theory-Live Video Class)+20 Hours

(Lab-Classroom Session)+Assignments: 14+Projects: 2+Self-Learning Material: 8 Hours) - 15st July, 2019

Course Fees: Rs. 50,000/-

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Eligibility Criteria: Class 12th or Equivalent from a recognized Board.

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Contact Person With Address and Contact Details:

Dr. Nazia Wahid
Department of Statistics Faculty of Science and Technology
Vishwakarma University (VU)
Laxminagar, Kondhwa Budruk,
Pune, 411048 Maharashtra, India
M: 90670 022 23 / 24 / 25 / 26
Email: admissions@vupune.ac.in


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Eligibility Criteria: Class 12th or Equivalent from a recognized Board.

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Batch Schedule

10 weeks(80Hours:60Hours(Theory-LiveVideoClass)+20Hours
(Lab-ClassroomSession)+Assignments:10+Self-Learning
Material:8Hours)-15stJuly,2019

CourseFees:Rs.50,000/-

Whythiscourse?


Key Features :

Employability & Career Pathways:

Eligibility Criteria: Class 12th or Equivalent from a recognized Board.

Course Contents in Brief :
Contact Person With Address and Contact Details:

Dr. Nazia Wahid
Department of Statistics Faculty of Science and Technology
Vishwakarma University (VU)
Laxminagar, Kondhwa Budruk,
Pune, 411048 Maharashtra, India
M: 90670 022 23 / 24 / 25 / 26
Email: admissions@vupune.ac.in


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Eligibility Criteria: I A Bachelor’s degree or similar from an accredited university in Engineering Sciences, at least 180 ECTS or equivalent (depending on the home country) Proficiency in English, proven by either

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  • ENGINEERING
  • MANAGEMENT
  • SCIENCE
  • HUMANITIES
  • SOCIAL SCIENCES
  • MASS COMMUNICATION
  • JOURNALISM
  • LAW
  • ART AND DESIGN
  • INTER DISCIPLINARY STUDIES
  • MUSIC

Candidates should check the research interests/domains of available guides before applying for admission. The admissions shall be made based on Vishwakarma University Ph.D Entrance Test (VUPET) Exam.

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Fill all fields with relevant information; submit the form and Print the application form. Paste recent passport size photo, sign on the form, and attach copies of relevant certificates Send the completed application along with copies of relevant certificates to

The Registrar,
Vishwakarma University,
Survey no. 2,3,4 Laxmi Nagar, Kondhwa (Bk), Pune-411048,
Maharashtra, India

Along with two passport size photographs and Demand Draft of Rs. 6000/- (Rs.4000 for reserve category candidates) drawn in favor of "Vishwakarma University" payable at Pune.

Last Date of submission of application form – 1 Aug. 2019
Date of Pre-Ph. D. Entrance Examination – 18 Aug. 2019

Applicants can pay through RTGS/IMPS/NEFT modes on the following account and attached payment acknowledgment receipt to the application form.

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University Name Vishwakarma University
State Maharashtra
District Pune
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Branch Kondhwe Khurd, Pune 411048
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City Pune
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While granting admission to candidates to Ph.D. programmes, the Vishwakarma University Pune

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Subject/Discipline wise vacancies for PhD programme 2019-20 at VU

Sr. No. Faculty Department Research Specializations Total Vacancies
01 Science & Technology Mechanical Engineering Refrigeration 2
Cryogenics
Non-conventional Energy
Thermal systems
Heat Transfer Equipment
Theory of Machines 4
Analysis and Synthesis of Mechanisms
Optimization
Robotics
Computer Engineering Analysis and Synthesis of Mechanisms 2
Human Computer Interactions
Interactive learning spaces
User experience design
Software usability Engineering
Education Technology
Context aware computing
Computer Engineering 2
Internet of Things 2
Security
Cyber Security
Machine Learning
Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering 2
Pharmacy   2
Science Mathematics 2
Chemistry: Water and Waste Water Treatment, Adsorption Technique, Modelling and Simulation, Synthesis of organic/inorganic materials 2
Physics: Vibrational spectroscopy, phonon dispersion, phase transition, molecular dynamics for studying adsorption of various materials on semiconductor surfaces. DFT, and surface Physics. 2
2 Commerce & Management Management Marketing Management 8
Digital Marketing
Consumer Behaviour
Information Communication Technology
Decision Science
Risk Management
Market Segmentation
Pricing Management
Marketing Communication
Brand Building
Product Management
Pharmaceutical marketing
Brand management
Social Media Marketing
Sales promotion
Retail
Private Labels
Online Retail
Retail Communication Mix
Service Quality
Branding of Services
Employee Training
Executive Development
Employability of Fresh Graduates
Career Planning and Entrepreneurship
Quality Management Systems in Education
General Management
3 Art and Design Art & Design Interior Design 6
Design
Advertising Media
Communication Design
Graphic Design
Interactive Design
Animation and Advertising
Advertising and Marketing
Branding
Visual Merchandising
Photography
Letter Forms & Typography Design Thinking
Visual arts
Fashion Design
Product Design
Marketing
Business Management
Commercial Designing
Graphical designing
Digital designing
4 Interdisciplinary Studies (IDS) Interdisciplinary Research Right Brain education 2
Business Analytics for decision making
Solid Waste Management in Smart Cities
Telecom Networks & Business
E Governance and Administration
5 Humanities & Social Sciences Psychology Personality 4
Motivation
Cognitive
Emotions
Music   4
6 Journalism and Mass Communication Journalism and Mass Communication Journalism 4
Mass Communication

PROF. AVADHUT M. ATRE

Due to the remarkable success rate of design-led companies, design has evolved beyond making objects. Organizations now want to learn how to think like designers, and apply design principles to the workplace itself. Design thinking is at the core of effective strategy development and organizational change.

You can design the way you lead, manage, create and innovate. The design way of thinking can be applied to systems, procedures, protocols, and customer/user experiences. The purpose of design, ultimately, is to improve the quality of life for people and the planet.

Research Areas: Applied Art, Advertising, Design, Advertising Media, Communication Design, Graphic Design, Interactive Design, Animation & Advertising, Advertising & Marketing, Branding, Visual Merchandising, Photography, Letterforms & Typography, Design Thinking, Visual Arts, Fine Arts, Comparative study in Fine Arts.

PROF. SIDDHARTH JABADE

The transformational research, development and innovation interest comprises of energy efficient systems and system engineering aspects using effective intellectual property (in particular patent system) synergy in the innovation process. In particular, domains relate to binary liquid processes, energy efficient and environment friendly water & sanitation systems, energy efficient enabling systems for data centers, energy efficient and green building structures, systems engineering for effective synergy and I integration for operational and delivery excellence in the global environment.


PROF. KAILAS PATIL (PH.D NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE)

My three research domains (Internet of Things [IoT], Renewable [Green] Energy, Security) and its short description is given below for your ready reference.

Internet of Things (IoT) The Internet of things (IoT) is the network of physical devices, home appliances, and other items embedded with electronics, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity which enable these objects to connect and exchange data. The applications for internet connected devices are extensive. The research projects in this domain will focus on innovating farming methods. Farming challenges caused by population growth and climate change have made it one of the first industries to utilize the IoT. Also, IoT research projects to enable remote health monitoring and emergency notification systems. In addition, research projects to assist in the integration of communications, control, and information processing across various navigation and transportation systems.

Machine Learning: Students are expected to construct algorithms that can learn from and make prescriptions on data in various fields such as renewable energy, green energy, data center, etc.

Security: The research projects in this domain will focus on cloud security issues and chanllenges, auditing systems, network security, mobile security and web security.


PROF. Y.D.DESHPANDE(PH.D. – IIT GUWAHATI)

Research Domain:Human Computer Interactions (HCI)
Interactions between humans and computersshould be as intuitiveas conversations betweentwo humans. However we findmany interactive products around us that fail to achieve this. The research in “Human-Computer-Interactions (HCI)” focuses on human aspects of these interactions with a goal of making these interactions enjoyable and useful to the user.HCI study involves observing and modeling interactions and designing new technologies that let humans interact with computers in novel ways. The research in HCI combines fields of computer science, behavioral sciences, design, media studies, ergonomics and several other fields of study.

Research Interests:



PROF. DR. KEDAR D. SANT

The educational qualifications being B.E. (Mech), M.E. (Mech – Heat Power) and Ph. D. (Mech from IIT Bombay) and experience of almost two and a half decades. The specialization being in Thermal and Fluids branch of Mechanical Engineering, broader areas of interest for research are Refrigeration, Cryogenics, Non-conventional Energy Sources, Thermal systems and Heat Transfer Equipment. The specific research areas are as follows:-



DR. CHETAN KAPADNIS

India has become one of the leading countries focussing on the research of energy and environmental technology. We aim at contributing to the advanced research in new and renewable energy sector and better understanding of the occurrence of environmental damage and the application of preventive and control measures directed towards public and private needs and demands especially related to modern process industry. Solar energy is free, abundant and clean source of energy.
The focus of research in energy technology is directed towards the improved systems for efficient harvesting of solar energy. This includes but not limited to the finding better configuration for the collectors, novel solar selective coating, use of nanomaterials, direct absorption collectors, etc. The environment is being degraded everyday by modern industry. The various kinds of preventive as well as contorl treatment processes are being explored, researched and designed under the centres of excellence. This includes but not limited advanced treatment process, membrane separations, advanced filtration, etc



DR. MILIND V KULKARNI

Artificial Intelligence-
Primary research focus of Machine Learning



High Performance Computing- Many real time applications are computationally intensive in nature. By investigating intelligent algorithms performance can be improved Computer Analogy to improve the performance

Image Processing- Picture speaks more than words but requires more memory to store. So the processing on picture or image is a computationally intensive problem. Many image/video processing problems can be solved by investigating intelligent algorithms with high performance computing.

PROF. DR. GUNESH GOGATE

My broad research interests are Theory of Machines, Optimization and Robotics. Specifically, I have been doing research in the areas of Rotatability Analysis of Six-Link Mechanisms, Optimum Synthesis of Planar Mechanisms, Optimization using Genetic Algorithms, Analysis and Synthesis of Adjustable Mechanisms and Dynamics of Adjustable Mechanisms. Apart from doing further research in these areas, I would be interested in carrying out research in areas like Biomedical Engineering, Biomechanics and Robotics.

DR. JAGADISH TAWADE

Dr. Jagadish Tawade is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics, Vishwakarma University, Pune. He has completed his Graduate in science, Post Graduate and Ph.D in Mathematics from Gulbarga University, Kalaburgi. He has more than 12 years of experience of teaching and research. Dr. Jagadish Tawade has published over 34 research papers in National and International repute. He has attended/organised number of research Workshops/Conference/FDP/STTP etc., and presented many papers. He has received DST-SRF during his Ph.D and completed a major research project sanctioned by VGST Bangalore, GoK.

His areas of interest are :



DR.PRASAD GOKHALE

Prasad Gokhale is currently faculty member in the Department of Computer Engineering at the Vishwakarma University (VU) Pune. He received his Ph.D. and M.Tech degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, India. He was a member of the Gigabit Networking Laboratory at IIT Bombay. He is a reviewer for Journal of Optical Communications and Networking (JOCN), Journal of Signal Image and Video Processing Springer, IEEE Communication Magazine. He has published 3 papers in International Journal and around 6 papers in International and National Conferences. Dr. Gokhale was nominated for Corning Outstanding Student Paper in IEEE/OSA OFC/NFOEC 2010. His current areas of interest are Broadband Policies, Internet Economics, Modeling and Optimization of Communication Network, Network Security, Mobile Computing, Cloud Computing.



DR SHRADDHA KHAMPARIA

Water is the most important natural resource which is vital for sustenance of life on earth. Current statistics shows that the limited potable water available is getting detoriated day by day in an exponential rate through various anthropogenic activities. The need of the hour is to find out the efficient ways and methods by which potable water can regains its characteristics by applications of hybrid technologies and synthesized materials/chemicals. Another approach is to treat the industrial waste water and convert into more usable form instead of discharging into water bodies which results into secondary pollution.

Most importantly, for the countries dealing with problem of over population, provision of basic amenities such as drinking water is a herculean task. Thus the scope of research in the areas of water and waste water treatment becomes wide. Her areas of interest are following but not limited to

Dr. Shraddha Khamparia is currently working as Deputy Director in the state of the art Wilo-VU Water Quality Centre of Excellence and is a faculty in Science and Technology stream in Vishwakarma University. She is actively involved in several research projects undergoing in Water Quality Centre of Excellence. She had been awarded with Junior Research Fellowship by Symbiosis International University, Lavale, Pune for her doctoral research work. Dr. Khamparia is having 9 international journal papers of high repute (SCI and Scopus indexed), and 4 national journal papers (UGC approved) in her credit. Contributions in the form of book chapters have also been made by Dr. Khamparia which is published by Springer and Taylor and Francis. She has presented and attended various conferences and workshops.



DR. SANDEEP KUMAR SHUKLA (PH.D. - PHYSICS , POST DOC. IIT, KANPUR)

My Field of Research is

PROF. DR. YUVRAJ LAHOTI

Currently business across world are facing problems of sustained growth. Key to becoming successful is to tackle problems related; consumer behaviour, implementation of new communication media’s like digital marketing and at broader note business administration problems.
Having great experience of analytically looking at business problems related to marketing, marketing communications, brand building, consumer behaviour and commerce made me a true researcher in the Business Domains.
I’m currently working on research areas; “visual constituency affecting product attitude”, “how does consumer reacts to online and offline brand alliance”, “importance of beliefs and attitude in purchase of high and low involvement products”, “repositioning of brands”, and business administration problems like; “effectiveness of digital marketing strategy and budget for start-ups”, “promotional warfare and communication innovations” and, “how administration and leadership qualities redefine organisational process in difficult economic times”
Specific Domain: Marketing Management, Digital Marketing, Brand Management & Business Administration
You may contribute in all such research by joining with me for your Doctoral research.


PROF. SUNIL DOKE

Decision making is integral part of human life. Professionals have to ensure rationality in their decisions. It is said that a manager can be forgiven for taking a wrong decision but not forgiven for taking an irrational decision. To ensure rationality in decisions; scientific methods must be adopted otherwise the rationality cannot be proved. I am researching the domain of decision making process. You are invited to join me in this quest. The areas: Decision science, Risk management, Decision making under uncertainty, negotiation analysis, behavioral decision theory, Multidimensional segmentation procedure, pricing theories and Indian role models and their contribution.



DR. JAYASHREE VISPUTE

I have completed my Ph D in Marketing Management from Savitribai Phule Pune Univeristy, Pune and my research expertiseare in the Marketing Management domain. I have experimented and used qualitative tools and quantitative tools to conduct research. My doctoral thesis focused on profiling and segmentation study of Screenagers based on their attitude towards media, media consumption motives and media preferences where I employed multiple research tools to get answers to my research questions.
My research interests are in new-age customer experiences, digital marketing, use of social media, segmentation and consumer behavior. I have 15 odd research contributions in various journals and conferences to my credit. A couple of these are collaborative papers with colleagues and students. Apart from research papers, I have published case studies and book reviews too.
I have completed a funded research grant project where the focus was on segmentation of young adults into distinct behavioral groups based on media usage patterns.Apart from academic research, I have been involved in industrial research to throw light on real world corporate problems. My research experience extends to be the Associate-editor for anational bi-annual ISBN research journal- Vishwakarma Business Review for half a decade.



DR. UMESH PATWARDHAN

Dr. Umesh Patwardhan is Associate Professor at Department of Management, Vishwakarma University. He possesses Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce and Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management. He is post-graduate in Computer Management and also in Management Sciences (Marketing) from University of Pune. He holds PhD in Marketing Management from Savitribai Phule Pune University. He has more than 18 years experience of teaching to management graduate and post graduate students, teachers and corporate professionals.
Research by Dr. Umesh have been accepted by Journals of National and International repute. He has attended number of research conference and presented papers. His areas of interest are Marketing Research, Digital Marketing, Consumer Behaviour, Information Communication & Technology (ICT) and Information Systems. Philosophically he prefers research based on positivism, methodologically leading to deductive, hypothesis driven, empirical research via logical and mathematical treatments. He strongly believes in mix method research.



DR. RADHAKRISHNA BATULE

The business scenario in India is changing dynamically. An important factor driving this change is the Retail sector. Within the Retail Sector, we witness a shift in the consumer behaviour of selecting and buying a product on one hand and on the other a change in the marketers’ strategy of marketing and selling their products and services. These recent developments have heightened the Research Interest in Retail Marketing areas such as Private Labels, Online retail, Retail Communication Mix, Service quality, Branding of services, consumer behaviour in retail sector. Vishwakarma University welcomes you for Research studies in the evolving retail landscape.

DR. BHUPENDER SINGH

Research Domain are:

The concept of Personality is popularly is more related to the set of traits in the individual. The dynamic organization within the individuals of those psychophysical traits that determines his unique adjustment to these environments (Allport, 1937). The assessment involves the use of paper-pencil and projective techniques. This has grabbed the interest of various researchers from around the scientific disciplines. Its applicability is better utilized by various organization for understanding the person, its inner strengths and weakness, so that they utilize the energy efficiently.
The studies done in Positive Emotions and Positive psychology has attracted the psychologist immense interest for utilizing the research outcome at personal, social, institutional and organizational level. The sense of subjective well-being, gratitude, mindfulness is contributing in the positive emotions of every child, adolescent and adult.
It has always been a major challenge for a person to maintain the motivation at one goal for prolonged duration. The concept of motivation as the energy which compels to person to move towards the attainment of the goal, is continuously been studied at various level of application. Starting from school (managing the motivation of students in studies and sports) to organization (improving the work motivation even in daily challenging situation) has pushed the researchers ahead of the traditional thoughts of motivation. The combined understand of emotion and motivation has led to its maximum applicability in the field of Industrial psychology.
Industrial and Organizational psychology is the science of human behavior relating to work and applies psychological theories and principles to organizations and individuals in their places of work as well as the individual's work-life. The area of research and work is to improve the individual’s performance,motivation,job satisfaction, andoccupational safety and healthas well as the overallhealthandwell-beingof its employees.
Cognitive psychology which usually starts with the understanding anatomical structure of the brain to its relation to the behavior, is being massively explored by clinical psychologist, neuropsychologist, bio-psychologist, computer professionals and many others. It can be the use of mental imagery in the training, to the minded feeling of all senses and possible neural disorder and problems. The scope of research in such a field is limitless and will always be the high priority research for the mankind.

DR. RAJNESH KUMAR PANDEY (PH.D. - ASSAM UNIVERSITY, SILCHAR)

Research Domain: Journalism, Media & Communication
Journalism, Media & Communication is playing very significant role in shaping and creating intellect types of discourses in academia as well as in industry which finally leads to explore and redefine different concepts and in-depth inquiry. One should know the ongoing and contemporary issues which is influencing this field. Research in this filed leads to organize and synthesize our understanding and opinions as well. As of now there are so many research institutions which has taken up this task and they are successfully moving ahead to generate new and creative plus knowledgeable type of data and theories. Research in Journalism, Media and Communication has so many advantages because after having proper in-depth enquiry only, we should know the changing perception in terms of opinions, act, semiotic representation etc. The vital component of research in this field is that so much of data which we are gathering is participatory in nature and due to its emerging field one has to be cautious about its concept and constructs.

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DR. RADHESHYAM JADHAV

Dr. Radheshyam Jadhav is an award-winning journalist and communication researcher with twenty years of experience in the field reporting and research. He holds a Ph.D in journalism and communication science and has been a British Chevening Gurukul fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He has over twenty awards and scholarships to his credit in these two decades. With a proven track record of writing about politics, gender issues, health, agriculture, environment and rural and urban development issues, Dr. Jadhav's research in empowerment journalism and communication has been based on extensive field visits. He has put oppressed people and their constructive struggle at the centre of the communication process. While working with national newspapers including The Times of India, The Indian Express and The Hindu BusinessLine Dr. Jadhav has also contributed to the world of academia in various capacities.
Research Areas: Development Communication, Empowerment Communication, Participatory Communication, Mass Media Language, Media and Society, Media Ethics, Rural Development, Agriculture Journalism, Civic Journalism.

DR. SHEETAL NAIK

Dr. Sheetal D. Naik is Director of Knowledge Resource Centre, Vishwakarma University. She processes Bachelor’s and Post-Graduate Degree in Computer Science and B.Lib & I.Sc., M.Lib. & I.Sc., M.Phil, SET in Library and Information Science. She holds a Ph.D. in Library and Information Science. She has more than 12 years experience in Library Science. Research by Dr. Sheetal has been accepted by Journals of National and International repute. She has attended number of research conference and presented papers.
Her areas of interest are: Digital Library, Library Networking, Information Communication Technology (ICT) and Information Systems. E-Resources Management, Information Literacy, Open Source Resources, Management Tools and Techniques in LIS.

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