Meenakshi Verma

@siu.edu.in

Assistant Professor, Symbiosis Centre For Management Studies, Nagpur
Symbiosis International University



                 

https://researchid.co/meenakshi.verma

2.5 Years as an HR in the Corporate, 14.5 years in Academics, 4 Papers in Scopus, 1 Paper in Web of Science, 1 Book Chapter in Scopus

EDUCATION

BBA, MBA (HRM and Tourism), Ph.D. (OB & HR)

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Organizational Behaviour, Stress Management, HRM

9

Scopus Publications

122

Scholar Citations

4

Scholar h-index

2

Scholar i10-index

Scopus Publications

  • Remediation of emerging pollutants using biochar derived from aquatic biomass for sustainable waste and pollution management: a review
    Meenakshi Verma, Pooja Singh, and Manikprabhu Dhanorkar

    Wiley
    AbstractThe Coronavirus disease pandemic over the last 3 years has diverted the attention of the global population from a self‐centred monitory growth to a holistic growth, with health and environment as the central focus. Pharmaceuticals and microplastics have emerged as some of the most prominent environmental contaminants in recent times. Although adsorption is recognized globally as a low‐cost and effective remediation process, the removal of a variety of pollutants from environmental niches still remains a challenge. This review highlights the use of valorized waste aquatic biomass as an adsorbent for the withdrawal of various emerging pollutants (pharmaceuticals, microplastics and heavy metals). Unwanted invasive aquatic plants can be used as a valuable resource for conversion into an ideal precursor and value product for the development of carbon‐based adsorbents that have numerous industrial and environmental applications. There lacks a comprehensive review and analysis on the use of biochar, derived from aquatic biomass, for the extraction of emerging pollutants, especially for microplastics. This distinctive, timely work will aid in the expansion of research on the production of biochar from a waste resource, strengthen their use as adsorbent and help combat the increasing pollution due to various emerging pollutants, including pharmaceuticals and microplastics. © 2023 Society of Chemical Industry (SCI).

  • Unveiling Millennials’ Motivations to Purchase Smartwatches
    Mohd Salman Shamsi, Anuj Verma, and Meenakshi Verma

    Associated Management Consultants, PVT., Ltd.


  • Sustainability in residue management: a review with special reference to Indian agriculture
    Meenakshi Verma, Pooja Singh, and Manikprabhu Dhanorkar

    Springer Science and Business Media LLC

  • A study of sleep disorders, mental distress, and depression among students during COVID pandemic
    Meenakshi Verma, Anuj Verma, and Gangu Naidu Mandala

    Informa UK Limited

  • Can new education policy 2020 serve as a paradigm shift to the employability gap in India? A viewpoint
    Shakti Chaturvedi, Sonal Purohit, and Meenakshi Verma

    IGI Global
    Employment and employability have lately surfaced as a significant concern for India that stands as the world's second central higher education system. The post-COVID-19 era further demanded a comprehensive policy at the national level. The Indian government approved the new education policy (NEP), bringing changes to higher education in the country on 29th July 2020. After an exhaustive reading of all education policies published in Indian literature, the authors present this viewpoint chapter, contributing to the extant literature on education policies in the following three ways. The first purpose is to evaluate and compare the current NEP 2020 to the last two educational policies of 1968 and 1986 to understand how far each policy could realize the goal of employability. The second purpose is to adumbrate the gaps between industry and academia in the proposed NEP 2020 to propose some transformative steps to fill the outlined gap. Thirdly, the main findings are depicted through a graphical representation to give some directions for future policy and research in employability.

  • Effective Teaching Practices for Success During COVID 19 Pandemic: Towards Phygital Learning
    Shakti Chaturvedi, Sonal Purohit, and Meenakshi Verma

    Frontiers Media SA
    Following the outbreak of COVID 19 in February 2020, Indian universities were shut down and used digital platforms to teach their students since then. Drawing from Kolb’s Learning Theory, John Dewey’s theory, Jack Mezirows transformative learning theory, and Jean Piaget’s theory, the authors in this paper offer a viewpoint on some of the practical teaching practices which can be adapted in business schools in India to be successful in this emerging blended or phygital environment. Using a Community of Inquiry (CoI) framework, the authors reflect on the effective teaching practices based on their own experience, theoretical knowledge gained from an exhaustive web search of various databases of the period, particularly from February to August 2020. The authors performed a careful manual content analysis of the selected research papers. They concluded seven principal teaching methods to create an effective blended environment for students and faculties in Indian business schools: a) reframing virtual spaces in India through online knowledge repository and virtual labs b) using reflective thinking for andragogical and pedagogical Indian approach c) Indian teachers’ readiness to offer various genres of courses on demand d) reinforcing resilience in Indian schools through meaningful participation and conflict resolution e) purposeful learning and inquiry-based learning for Indian students f) experiential learning through an inclusive online pivot in India g) useful apps are discussed to reach out to Indian parents community. These initiatives can influence academicians, educationists, podcasters, and the entire teacher fraternity to design an efficient and adequate teaching plan for the student community in India.

  • The influence of agricultural farmers' entrepreneurial behavior on the business performance of dairy farmers in Andhra Pradesh
    Gangu Naidu Mandala, Meenakshi Verma, Anuj Verma, Suresh Sirisetti, and Venkata Ramakrishna Rao Gandreti

    Horizon Research Publishing Co., Ltd.
    In the present worldwide serious business and industrialization, entrepreneurs can assume a larger part. The innovative movement has an immediate bearing on the country's financial development. It fills in as an impetus during the time of industrialization and monetary turn of events. Entrepreneurship is the focal power of monetary action, which is needed for the advancement of the country. The innovative characteristics contribute to pay, fearlessness and a wellspring of accomplishment. Entrepreneurs are the critical people of any country in advancing financial development and innovative change. The dairy area plays a multi-faceted part in the financial improvement of country family units. Animals’ raising emphatically affects value regarding pay; and work and neediness decreases in provincial territories. Dairy is a significant aspect of farming development and is additionally considered as a possible area for trade income. India has the biggest milk maker of milk on the planet. Dairy endeavor turns out to be nonstop revenue as well as gives great business freedoms to the poor provinces. Current investigation was conducted to know the innovative conduct of dairy farmers in Vizianagaram District of Andhra Pradesh in 2020 with 240 dairy entrepreneurs. The significant discoveries of the investigation were that a large portion of the prepared dairy farmers were in the medium to the high enterprising class and that lion's share of dairy farmers had an undeniable degree of pioneering qualities viz: self-confidence, achievement motivation, innovativeness, and risk-orientation.

  • Service quality of CRM: With reference to public and private banks in Nagpur City
    Gangu Naidu Mandala, Meenakshi Verma, Anuj Verma, and Pushpanatham Arumugam

    Horizon Research Publishing Co., Ltd.
    Purpose: The banking business is significant for each country yet with the extreme rivalry between the public and private area banks, it is the service given that surprisingly recognizes the banks. The bank's execution relies upon how they fulfill and draw in their modern clients. Deals are straightforwardly identified with consumer loyalty. As the deals are expanding there is a necessity of improving the quality of services they conveyed. The item is utilized by the client and the abundance expansion is relying upon their fulfillment level. Design/methodology/approach: The examination broke down the public and private area bank clients' conclusions on CRM concerning service quality and furthermore analyzed their assessment on it. The examination likewise attempts to establish the general correlation of the clients' insight. For the investigation, 240 clients were chosen as a respondent from public and private area banks. Findings: The examination found the view of clients and attempts to advise the path to the banks that how they can hold the old ones and pull in the new ones (clients). Originality/value: The examination demonstrated that in the assessment of public bank clients they scarcely have service quality in their bank and the private bank clients indicated that their bank has better service quality. It very well may be deciphered that in the event that there is an absence of service quality, at that point long-haul relationship with the client may influence. It is inferred that banks need to reinforce their services to satisfy their prerequisites to profit the advantage over the long haul.

RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Evaluating the inhibitors in the growth of High-speed railway in India: A multi-stakeholder perspective
    A Debroy, KK Dadsena, P Bhattacharjee, A Verma, M Verma
    Transport Policy 2024

  • Consumers’ Perceived Risk to Visit Restaurants: A Perspective from Theory of Planned Behaviour
    M Verma, A Verma, P Patil
    International Journal of Religion 5 (6), 1069-1082 2024

  • A study of sleep disorders, mental distress, and depression among students during COVID pandemic
    M Verma, A Verma, GN Mandala
    Cogent education 10 (2), 2224992 2023

  • Unveiling millennials’ motivations to purchase smartwatches
    MS Shamsi, A Verma, M Verma
    Indian Journal of Marketing 53, 63-81 2023

  • Barriers of food delivery applications: A perspective from innovation resistance theory using mixed method
    A Verma, D Chakraborty, M Verma
    Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 73, 103369 2023

  • OYO-Re-Defining Budget Hotels
    A Verma, M Verma
    JOHAR 18 (1), 98 2023

  • Consumption patterns during the COVID-19 pandemic
    GN Mandala, A Verma, M Verma
    Journal of Information and Optimization Sciences 43 (6), 1363-1373 2022

  • Determinants of consumer intention towards Covid vaccination the mediating role of attitude
    A Verma, M Verma, MS Boaler, GN Mandala
    Academy of Marketing Studies Journal 26 (3) 2022

  • Can new education Policy 2020 serve as a paradigm shift to the employability gap in India?: A viewpoint
    S Chaturvedi, S Purohit, M Verma
    Public Affairs Education and Training in the 21st Century, 139-154 2022

  • Consumer Intention towards Blended Learning A Mediating Role of Attitude
    A Verma, M Verma, G Naidu
    Academy of Marketing Studies Journal 26 (S3) 2022

  • Digital Value Innovation and Strategic Management Practices of Adyar Ananda Bhavan
    S Chaturvedi, M Verma, S Purohit, RR Varaprasad
    Cases on Digital Strategies and Management Issues in Modern Organizations, 51-76 2022

  • Effective teaching practices for success during COVID 19 pandemic: Towards phygital learning
    S Chaturvedi, S Purohit, M Verma
    Frontiers in Education 6, 646557 2021

  • The influence of agricultural farmers' entrepreneurial behavior on the business performance of dairy farmers in Andhra Pradesh
    GN Mandala, M Verma, A Verma, S Sirisetti, VRR Gandreti
    Universal Journal of Agricultural Research 9 (2), 57-61 2021

  • Understanding the Experience of Mothers of a Neophyte in Education during Covid-19 Pandemic
    M Verma, AD Kashyap
    International Journal of Indian Psychȯlogy 9 (4) 2021

  • Service quality of CRM: with reference to public and private banks in Nagpur city
    GN Mandala, M Verma, A Verma, P Arumugam
    Universal Journal of Accounting and Finance 9 (2), 191-196 2021

  • A Study on the impact of Digital Marketing Communication on consumers: In reference to Online Food Delivery
    P Borah, A Verma, M Verma
    International Conference on Marketing, Technology & Society, 1-5 2020

  • Ultrasonographic diagnosis and surgical management of cryptorchid testicular tumour, renal tumour and prostatic abscess in a dog
    V Malik, RP Pandey, G Kumar, A Gowtham, PR Singh, MK Verma
    Indian Journal of Veterinary Surgery 39 (1), 61-62 2018

  • Retrieval of a retained catheter causing urethral obstruction in a dog.
    G Kumar, A Gowtham, DM Tripathi, PR Singh, MK Verma, RP Pandey
    2018

  • Excretory Urographic and Ultrasonographic Studies of Urinary System in Goats (Capra hicus)
    MK Verma
    UP Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Pashu Chikitsa Vigyan Vishwavidyalaya Evam Go 2017

  • Pervaginum ovario-hysterectomy as salvage procedure for chronic cervico-vaginal prolapse in a cow.
    S Purohit, R Singh, G Kumar, V Malik, DM Tripathi, MK Verma, PR Singh, ...
    2016

MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Effective teaching practices for success during COVID 19 pandemic: Towards phygital learning
    S Chaturvedi, S Purohit, M Verma
    Frontiers in Education 6, 646557 2021
    Citations: 56

  • Barriers of food delivery applications: A perspective from innovation resistance theory using mixed method
    A Verma, D Chakraborty, M Verma
    Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 73, 103369 2023
    Citations: 26

  • The influence of agricultural farmers' entrepreneurial behavior on the business performance of dairy farmers in Andhra Pradesh
    GN Mandala, M Verma, A Verma, S Sirisetti, VRR Gandreti
    Universal Journal of Agricultural Research 9 (2), 57-61 2021
    Citations: 8

  • Pandey Vijay and Pandey RP (2017)
    MK Verma, S Purohit, SPR Gowtham Achintya, DM Tripathi
    Excretory urographic and ultrasonographic studies of urinary system in goats
    Citations: 6

  • Consumption patterns during the COVID-19 pandemic
    GN Mandala, A Verma, M Verma
    Journal of Information and Optimization Sciences 43 (6), 1363-1373 2022
    Citations: 4

  • Determinants of consumer intention towards Covid vaccination the mediating role of attitude
    A Verma, M Verma, MS Boaler, GN Mandala
    Academy of Marketing Studies Journal 26 (3) 2022
    Citations: 3

  • Can new education Policy 2020 serve as a paradigm shift to the employability gap in India?: A viewpoint
    S Chaturvedi, S Purohit, M Verma
    Public Affairs Education and Training in the 21st Century, 139-154 2022
    Citations: 3

  • Consumer Intention towards Blended Learning A Mediating Role of Attitude
    A Verma, M Verma, G Naidu
    Academy of Marketing Studies Journal 26 (S3) 2022
    Citations: 3

  • Service quality of CRM: with reference to public and private banks in Nagpur city
    GN Mandala, M Verma, A Verma, P Arumugam
    Universal Journal of Accounting and Finance 9 (2), 191-196 2021
    Citations: 3

  • Digital Value Innovation and Strategic Management Practices of Adyar Ananda Bhavan
    S Chaturvedi, M Verma, S Purohit, RR Varaprasad
    Cases on Digital Strategies and Management Issues in Modern Organizations, 51-76 2022
    Citations: 2

  • A Study on the impact of Digital Marketing Communication on consumers: In reference to Online Food Delivery
    P Borah, A Verma, M Verma
    International Conference on Marketing, Technology & Society, 1-5 2020
    Citations: 2

  • Pervaginum ovario-hysterectomy as salvage procedure for chronic cervico-vaginal prolapse in a cow.
    S Purohit, R Singh, G Kumar, V Malik, DM Tripathi, MK Verma, PR Singh, ...
    2016
    Citations: 2

  • A study of sleep disorders, mental distress, and depression among students during COVID pandemic
    M Verma, A Verma, GN Mandala
    Cogent education 10 (2), 2224992 2023
    Citations: 1

  • Unveiling millennials’ motivations to purchase smartwatches
    MS Shamsi, A Verma, M Verma
    Indian Journal of Marketing 53, 63-81 2023
    Citations: 1

  • Retrieval of a retained catheter causing urethral obstruction in a dog.
    G Kumar, A Gowtham, DM Tripathi, PR Singh, MK Verma, RP Pandey
    2018
    Citations: 1

  • Excretory Urographic and Ultrasonographic Studies of Urinary System in Goats (Capra hicus)
    MK Verma
    UP Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Pashu Chikitsa Vigyan Vishwavidyalaya Evam Go 2017
    Citations: 1