Department of Commerce
Dr. Suhalia Parveen
|Qualification :||PhD, PDF(UGC)|
|Designation :||Assistant Professor (Contractual)|
|Thrust Area :||Human Resource Management|
|Address :||Warden Room, Hostel for Nurses, Near Trauma Centre, JNMC, AMU, Aligarh|
|Joining Date :||2019-03-11|
|Nature of association :||Contractual|
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|Download :||Click here to download study materials|
Dr Suhalia Parveen is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Commerce, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh. She also pursued Post Doctorate (UGC), and her area of research is Human Resource Management. She has published papers in reputed journals and has also presented papers in various national and international conferences. She has performed qualitative and quantitative analysis and interpretation of primary data in specific projects by using different Softwares like SPSS, and QDA miner. She has also assisted in compiling the syllabi during her PhD. She also carries an administrative experience by actively participating as an organizing committee member, coordinator and co-coordinator in various conferences and seminars. Apart from her academic responsibilities, Dr Parveen has also served as a resident warden in IG Hall and presently is serving at SN Hall.
Teaching Techniques and Activities:
Maintaining Classroom Culture: Discipline, Management, Control, Influence, and Engagement
Teaching: Building Through Questioning, Building Through Writing, Building Through Discussion, Developing Morals and Ethics, High Behavioural Expectations and Building Character and Trust.
Activity: Case Study, Group Discussion, PowerPoint Presentations, Group Task, and Self Evaluation Test.
Khan, N. A., & Parveen, S. (2012). Are Salary and Promotion- Predictors of Job Satisfaction: A Comparative Study of Public and Private Banks in India. The Journal of Global Commerce Research, 3(5), 37-47. http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2259978
Khan, N. A., & Parveen, S. (2014). Measuring Job Satisfaction: Evidence from Indian Banking Industry. Management Guru: Journal of Management Research, 26(2), 134-149.
Khan, N. A., & Parveen, S. (2014). A Comparative Study of Job Satisfaction of Employees in Public and Private Sector Banks in India with reference to U.P. State. The Science International (Lahore), 26(2), 813-820.
Khan, A. A., & Parveen, S. (2014). Global FDI Inflows in India: An Analysis. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Research and Innovations, 2(4), 74-87.
Parveen, S., & Khan, A. A. (2014). A Study of Employee Satisfaction towards Employer: A Case Study of ICICI Bank. International Journal of Advanced Research in Management and Social Sciences, 3(11), 115-128.
Parveen, S. (2015). Effect of Job Satisfaction Drivers on Public and Private Sector Bank Employees- A Comparative Analysis. Gagan Journal of Commerce and Management- A Quarterly Publication, 1(1), 47-57.
Parveen, S., & Khan, A. A. (2015). When do Employees Respond Positive? A Comparative Analysis of Determinants of Job Satisfaction. International Journal of Management and Commerce Innovations, 2(2), 230-241.
Parveen, S., & Khan, A. A. (2015). Dynamics Influencing Job Satisfaction of Employees- A Study of Indian Banking Sector. International Journal of Management and Commerce Innovations, 2(2), 212-224.
Parveen, S. (2015). Sustainable Growth and Development of Banking Sector of India: An Overview. GYAN-ARTH- Journal of Commerce & Economics, 3(1), 35-45.
Parveen, S. (2016). Stress Management and Its Contributing Factors among Post-Graduate Students- A Comparative Analysis. Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review (Oman Chapter), 6(4), 27-37.
Khan, N. A., & Parveen, S. (2016). Financial Constraints in the Development of SMEs in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – An Empirical Evaluation. Published in edited Book titled, ‘Financial Inclusion in the Pursuit of Poverty Reduction and Growth’ from Department of Commerce, Ghatal Rabindra Satabarsiki Mahavidyalaya, Midnapore (WB), 22-36.
Parveen, S. (2018). The way HR figures out the needs of their employees plays a role in satisfaction. RESEARCH REVIEW International Journal of Multidisciplinary, 3(10), 685-689.
Parveen, S. (2018). There Are Not High-Skilled Workers for Jobs Which Results in Job Dissatisfaction: A Comparative Case Study of Canara Bank & ICICI Bank. International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, 5(10), 434-447.
Parveen, S. (2018). Want to do a PhD: Think Thrice! - A Stressful Cost to Achieving a PhD That Nobody Looks At. International Journal of Management, Technology and Engineering, 8(10), 353-366.
Under Review Process-
Khan, N. A., & Parveen, S. (). Assessment of Stress Factors among Post-Graduate Students- A Case of Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh (INDIA). International Journal of Knowledge and Learning (Inderscience). Accepted for Publication.
Parveen, S. Insights from Clinics- Stress Traps Among Nursing Students. Manag Econ Res J. Accepted for Publication.
Khan, N. A., & Parveen, S. Indian Students on their way to PhD Journey- An Integration of Hurdles and Opportunities.