M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D., B.Com. (H), Adeeb Kamil
Human Resource Management and Accounting
ULFAT, A-8, Teachers' Colony, Near Annexe Ambedkar Hall, Qila Road, Civil Lines, Aligarh- 202002 (INDIA)
Born in an erstwhile princely state of India - Rampur, Professor Nawab Ali Khan started his journey to teaching profession as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Commerce, Zakir Husain Delhi College, University of Delhi, Delhi on February 13, 1991. He resigned from there on October 23, 1997 to join his own Alma mater on the same date. Professor Khan while on foreign assignment has served as Full Professor and Coordinator of the Human Resource Management Program in the College of Business Administration, Prince Sattam bin Abduaziz University, Al-Kharj, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with effect from 10th October 2011 to 14th March, 2016. He was also associated with Quality and Development Unit of the College. He was the member of Strategic Planning Committee and also the Development Coordinator. He was actively involved in the accreditation of the university by NCAAA and ACBSP (National and International accreditation agencies).
Professor Khan has been the Dean, Faculty of Commerce, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh with effect from17th March 2016 to 16th March 2018.
Professor Khan has excellent academic career. He is First Class right from High School to Post Graduation. His core area of specialization is Human Resource Management. Besides, he has expertise in the field of accounting also. He has been invited to deliver Guest lectures at a number of academic institutions. He is also the examiner of more than 3 dozen of universities and other organizations including IITs, State Public Service Commissions, Institute of Chartered Accountants and Company Secretaries etc.
Professor Khan has authored 8 books (In Press 2) and published more than fifty research papers in the reputed national and international Peer Reviewed/ Indexed journals including Scopus, ISI and ABDC. He has organized 3 National Seminars sponsored by ICSSR, NSA and UTI and 2 Workshops in his Department. He has presented a large number of research papers in national and international seminars and conferences. He has chaired a number of Technical Sessions and delivered the Key Note and Special Addresses in a large number of national and international seminars and conferences. He has also been the Principal Investigator of 5 Research Projects funded by Ministry of Education, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Professor Khan is on the panel as Editor, Associate Editor, Assistant Editor, Member of Advisory and Editorial Boards of more than 100 national and international reputed Journals. Apart from this, he is member of academic and administrative bodies of a large number of Universities and Institutions in India and abroad. Professor Khan has also been involved in the residential life of students as Provost of Sir Ross Masood Hall (Hall of Residence), Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh during 2009-2011.
Currently, he is the Chairman, Board of Studies, Department of Commerce, Aligarh Muslim University and also a Member of
He has also been a Member of Executive Council, Academic Council, A.M.U. Court (Governing Body), Finance Committee during 2016-2018. Recently he has been appointed the member of NAAC Peer Review Committee. Professor Khan always welcomes social and professional interactions and collaborations. He invites you to visit his links to know more about him. Your feedback and suggestions will be most appreciated. You can reach him through email at email@example.com
1. Bengal Chemicals and Pharmaceutical Ltd. - A Review, Journal of Commerce, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, 1986, pp. 51-53.
2. Performance of Small Scale Sector in India, Udyog Yug, Directorate of Industries, Haryana, March 1988, pp. 23-27.
3. Recreation for Harmonious Industrial Relations, Journal of Commerce, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, 1988, pp. 8-9.
4. Industrial Disputes by Causes, Business Studies, Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, University of Delhi, Delhi, 1988-89, pp. 49-55.
5. Development of Small Scale Sector in India, Yojana, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India, New Delhi, Oct.1989, pp. 11-13.
6. Foreign Investment in India, Udyog Yug, Directorate of Industries, Haryana, December 1989, pp. 11-14.
7. Genesis of Industrial Sickness in Textiles, Business Studies, Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, University of Delhi, Delhi, 1989, pp. 59-65.
8. Indian Handicrafts, The Journal of Commerce, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, 1989, pp. 28-30.
9. Performance and Progress of Regional Rural Banks in India, Co-operators Bulletin, Jammu, September 1989, pp. 11-13.
10. Employment Exchanges in India – A Review, Journal of Commerce, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, 1989, pp. 28-30.
11. Industrial Relations in Small Scale Sector, Money Matters, New Delhi, January, 1989, pp.28-30.
12. Performance and Progress of Raza Textiles Ltd., Journal of Commerce, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, 1990, pp.1-6.
13. Commercial Banking in Indian Perspective, Indian Banking Today and Tomorrow, New Delhi, April 1990, pp.1-7.
14. Sickness in Small Scale Units – A Cancerous Problem, Udyog Yug, Directorate of Industries, Haryana, May 1991, pp. 7-11.
15. Adoption of Modern Marketing Techniques for Small Scale Sector, Udyog Yug, Directorate of Industries, Haryana, June 1991, pp. 12-14.
16. Management of Power Sector in India - Issues and Strategies, published in Book titled, ‘Energy Management’ edited by A. F. Khan, Anmol Publications Pvt. Ltd., ISBN: 81-261-0196-2, New Delhi, 1999, pp. 57-68.
17. Financial Statements – Analysis and Interpretation, published in Book titled, ‘Corporate External Reporting – Policies and Practices’ edited by P. Mohana Rao, Deep and Deep Publications, ISBN: 81-72629-203-6, New Delhi, 2000, pp.313-325.
18. Impact of Economic Reforms on Labour Relations in Globalised Indian Economy, Souvenir, 54th All India Commerce Conference held at Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh on December 22-24, 2001.
19. Labour Relations and Post Reforms in Indian Economy, published in Book titled, ‘Financial System and Economic Reforms’ edited by P. Mohana Rao, Deep and Deep Publications Pvt. Ltd., ISBN: 81-7629-386-5, New Delhi, 2002, pp. 308-313.
20. Performance and Prospects of Foreign Direct Investment in India, Journal of The Institute of Asian Studies, Chennai September 2004, Vol. XXII, No.1, pp115-134.
21. Human Resource Development Strategies in Tourism Sector in India Him-Tourism, Bi-annual Referred Research Journal of Himachal Pradesh University, HPENG: 00179/08/1/2003, Shimla, 2004, pp.69-72.
22. World Trade Organisation and the Developing Nations, published in Book titled, ‘Developmental Agenda of the Third World Countries under the WTO Regime’ edited by Stephen Analil, Serial Publications, ISBN: 81-86771-70-0, Delhi, 2005, pp. 1-11.
23. Ecotourism Resources in India: An Integrated Development Approach Edited Book, Kerala Institute of Travels and Tourism Studies (KITTS), Kerala, 2006, pp.
24. Development of Ecotourism Resources in India, Punjab Journal of Business Studies, ISSN: 0973-4465, April-September 2006, pp.77-85.
25. Emerging Issues of Tourism Industry in India under Globalised Era, The Green Portal: Tourism Journal of Kerala Institute of Travel and Tourism Studies (KITTS), (Bi-annual Referred Research Journal), Trivandrum, Vol. 4, No 2, 2008, pp. 43-53.
26. Resource Mobilisation through Mutual Funds in India, ‘Contemporary Issues in Finance’, Edited by S. K. Deene,
Excel Books Pvt. Ltd., ISBN: 978-81-7466-725-6, New Delhi, 2009, pp. 311- 322.
27. Quality of Commerce Education in Indian Universities: An Empirical Presentation, Global Journal of Business Management (Bi-annual Referred Research Journal), ISSN: 0973-8533, Global Vision Publishing House, New Delhi, Vol.3, No.1, June 2009, pp.1-12, http://globalvisionpub.com/journal-detail-issues.php?volumesno_id=29&journals_id=1&volumes_id=16
28. Ethics and Values vis -a vis Globalisation, Proficient, An International Journal of Management, ISSN: 0975-475X, Vol. 1, October 2009, pp. 1-8, http://www.jppl.org/print_journal.php
29. Foreign Direct Investment in India- Potentials and Prospects, published in Book titled, ‘Globalisation and Economic Development’ Part III, edited by Rais Ahmad,
Mittal Publications Pvt. Ltd., ISBN: 81-8324-315-0, New Delhi, 2009, pp. 1065-84.
30. Labour Relations Practices in Sugar Industry of Uttar Pradesh (INDIA), Prabandhan- Indian Journal of Management, (Bi-monthly Referred Research Journal), Scopus Indexed ISSN: 0975-2854, New Delhi, Vol. III, No. 1, January 2010, pp.34-44, http://www.indianjournalofmanagement.com/archives/2010/jan2010.html
31. Global Convergence of Financial Reporting - Journal of Arts Science and Commerce, ISSN: 2229-4686, International Refereed Research Journal, Vol.-I,Issue-1,October2010,pp.40-45, http://www.researchersworld.com/vol1/Paper_4.pdf
32. Corporate Social Responsibility - The Need of the Hour, published in Book titled, ‘Corporatization and Corporate Social Responsibility’ edited by Dipak Das and Sanjay K. Singh, SBS Publishers and Distributors Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi, ISBN: 13: 9789380090177, 2011, pp. 3-16.
33. Organisational Conflict in Telecom Sector in India, M. M. University Journal of Management Practices, ISSN 0974–7257, A Bi-Annual Refereed Journal of Management, Vol. No. 5, Issue No. 1, June, 2011, pp.15-30.
34. An Empirical Presentation of HRD Climate and Employee Development in Telecommunication Industry: A Case Study of Indian Private Sector, International Journal of Trade and Commerce, ISSN: 2277-5811, Refereed Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Indian Institute of Advance Research in Trade and Commerce, Vol. 1, No.1, January-June 2012, pp. 6-17, http://www.sgsrjournals.com/search.php#
35. Are Salary and Promotion, Predictors of Job Satisfaction? A Comparative Study of Public and Private Sector Banks in India, The Journal of Global Commerce Research, ISSN: 1946- 7958, School of Management, Regis University, Colorado, USA, Vol. 3, No.5, Spring 2012, pp. 37-47, http://journalofglobalcommerceresearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/2012Journal-GCR.pdf
36. HRD Climate in Indian Telecom Industry: A Comparative Analysis of Public and Private Sector, Pranjana- The Journal of
Management Awareness, ISSN: 0971-9997 and eISSN: 0974-0945, INMANTEC Institutions, Vol. 15/No.2/ July- Dec. 2012, pp.1-11, http://www.indianjournals.com/ijor.aspx?target=ijor:pr&volume=15&issue=2&article=002
37. Human Resource Development Practices in Telecom Sector in Saudi Arabia: An Empirical Presentation, World Applied Sciences Journal 28 (11): 2013, pp.1567-1578, ISSN:1818-4952, © IDOSI Publications, ISI and Scopus indexed with impact factor 0.234, http://www.idosi.org/wasj/wasj28%2811%292013.htm
An Empirical Presentation of Factors Influencing Customer Loyalty in Indian Telecom Industry, Banijya, the Research Journal of the Department of Commerce, Assam University, Silchar, ISSN:09750, Vol. 6, No.1, July 2013, pp. 14-20.
39. Impact of Human Resource Practices on Employees’ Performance in Private Sector Telecom Organisations: An Exploratory Study of Saudi Arabia, European Scientific Journal, January 2014, pp. 341-355,Vol.10, No 1, ISSN: 1857–7881 (Print) e - ISSN 1857-7431, University of the Azores, Portugal, ESJ`s Index Copernicus Impact Factor, ICV, 2011=5.09 http://eujournal.org/index.php/esj/article/download/2566/2427
Measuring Job Satisfaction: Evidence from Indian Banking Industry, Management Guru: Journal of Management Research, Vol. 2,Issue 4, May-July 2014, http://mngtguru.com
A Comparative Study of Job Satisfaction of Employees in Public and Private Sector Banks in India with Reference to U.P. State, Science International, Science International (Lahore),26(2),2014, pp. 813-820, ISSN: 1013-5316, ISI Indexed, http://www.sci-int.com/search.php
An Empirical Investigation into Human Resource Development Practices in Public Telecom Organisations in Saudi Arabia, Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 7(18) May 2014, pp. 3888-3993, Print ISSN: 2040-7459, Online, ISSN: 2040-7467, ISI and Scopus Indexed with impact factor 0.15, http://www.maxwellsci.com/jp/j2p.php?jid=RJASET
HRD Climate in Telecommunication Industry: A Public Sector Perspective, Elixir: International Journal, ISSN: 2229-712X, Elixir (Human Resource Management Section), 2014, pp. 24007-24008, http://www.elixirpublishers.com/index.php?route=product/search&filter_name=HRD&filter_type=Anywhere
Community Environment- A Study on Environmental Issues in Al Kharj, Science International, Science International (Lahore), March April 2015, pp. 1339-1349, ISSN:1013-5316, ISI Indexed, http://www.sci-int.com/search.php
Financial Analysis of Indian Railways: A Review, International Journal of Research in Commerce and Management, Volume No. 6, 2015, Issue No. 04, April, pp. 16-21, ISSN: 0976-2183, http://ijrcm.org.in/article_info.php?article_id=5382
Financing for SMEs in the K.S.A. : A Critical Evaluation of their Justification to and fulfilment of the Purpose, International Journal of Economic Research, ISSN: 0972-9380, Scopus Indexed,Vol.13, No.1,2016,pp.413-433, http://serialsjournals.com/serialjournalmanager/pdf/1463726706.pdf
Organizational Role Stress: An Empirical Perspective of University Teachers of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,
International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, ISSN: 0972-7302, Scopus Indexed, Vol.14, No.3, 2016, Scopus Indexed, http://serialsjournals.com/serialjournalmanager/pdf/1465192484.pdf
Unfair HRM Practices in the Telecom Sector in Saudi Arabia: An Empirical Investigation of Selected Public and Private Sector Companies, International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, ISSN: 0972-7302, Scopus Indexed, Vol.14, No.4, 2016, pp. 6377- 6399,
The Impact of Environmental Pollution on Local Community in Saudi Arabia: An Empirical Presentation, published in the proceedings of 3rd International Conference on Green Asia and Sustainability Forum: Inclusive Sustainable Development, organised by Eastern Asia University, Thailand on June 17th 2016, pp. 106-119.
50. 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), 2016, pp. 22-36.
51. Faculty Members’ usage of Social Media and Mobile Devices in Higher Education Institutions, International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews (IJRAR) - A UGC approved Journal, Vol. 6, Issue 1(I), Jan-March 2019, pp. 17-27, http://iaraedu.com/about-journal/ijair-volume-6-issue-1-i-january-march-2019.php
52. Arafat, M. Y., Khan, A. M., Saleem, I., Khan, N. A., & Khan, M. M. (2020) Does intellectual capital affect the venture creation decision in India? Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Scopus Indexed 2019, 8:10, pp. 1-15, ISSN:2192-5372,
53. Arafat, M. Y., Khan, A. M., Saleem, I., Khan, N. A., & Khan, M. M. (2020). Intellectual and cognitive aspects of women entrepreneurs in India. International Journal of Knowledge Management Studies, Scopus Indexed 11(3), 278-297. https://www.inderscience.com/info/inarticle.php?artid=109092
54. Arafat, M. Y., Khan, A. M., Saleem, I., Khan, N. A., & Khan, M. M. (2020). Intellectual and cognitive aspects of women entrepreneurs in India. International Journal of Knowledge Management Studies, 11(3), 278-297.
55. Exploring the role of social media in collaborative learning the new domain of learning, Smart Learning Environments, Scopus Indexed 7, 9 (2020)ISSN:2196-7091(electronic) https://link.springer.com/article/10.1186/s40561-020-00118-7
56. Khan, N. A., & Parveen, S. (2020). Assessment of stress factors among post-graduate students-a case of Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh (India). International Journal of Knowledge and Learning, 13(4), 299-312
57. Khan, N. A., Bharadwaj, S., Khatoon, A., & Jamal, M. T. (2021). Assessing the Nexus between Employer Branding and Employee Retention: Moderating Role of Organizational Identification. Management and Labour Studies, Scopus Indexed 0258042X211005330.
58. Bharadwaj, S., Khan, N. A., & Yameen, M. (2021). Unbundling employer branding, job satisfaction, organizational identification and employee retention: a sequential mediation analysis. Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Administration. Scopus Indexed
59. Khatoon, A., Khan, N. A., Bharadwaj, S., & Parvin, F. (2021). Green human resource management: a transformational vision towards environmental sustainability. International Journal of Business Environment, Scopus Indexed, ISSN:12(3), 207-226.
60. Jamal, M. T., Anwar, I., Khan, N. A., & Saleem, I. (2021). Work during COVID-19: Assessing the influence of job demands and resources on practical and psychological outcomes for employees. Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Administration, ISSN: 1757-4323, Scopus Indexed.
61. Jamal, M. T., Anwar, I., & Khan, N. A., (2021), Voluntary part-time and mandatory full-time telecommuting: a comparative longitudinal analysis of the impact of managerial, work and individual characteristics on job performance, International Journal of Manpower, ISSN:0143-7720,Scopus Indexed
62. Khatoon, Aaisha,
Khan, Nawab Ali, Parvin, Farhana, 'Green Hrm: Pathway Towards Environmental Sustainability Using AHP & FAHP In A Nascent Parsimony' International Journal of Manpower, Scopus Indexed (Press)
(Papers under Publication)
1. Insights from Clinics: Stress Traps among Nursing Students, Management
and Economics Research
2. Indian Students on their way to PhD Journey- An Integration of Hurdles and Opportunities (under Review).