Rupesh Rajak

@slsh.edu.in

Assistant Professor
Symbiosis Law School Hyderabad



                    

https://researchid.co/rupeshrajak

I love to teach and for this, you need to learn first, I love to learn and share my knowledge.

Whatever the experience I have either life experience or corporate experience I added both and give a learning experience to students so, that their doubts about the topic and subject will be clear in class only.

I would like to mention a quote from One of my Paper -Pradhan (2014) rightly said that “teachers are nation builders”. They are the architects of modern society and destiny makers of youth. They are the representatives of society who instils moral precepts. In developing countries like India great attention needs to be paid to education and learning, as well as good principles, as no one is more appropriate to support this process than the humble teacher. Without good teachers, both knowledge and morals would suffer (Rajak & Chandra, 2017).

I am currently working as Assistant Professor at Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad.
Before this, I worked as Assistant Professor at Lovely Prof

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Human Resource

4

Scopus Publications

32

Scholar Citations

3

Scholar h-index

1

Scholar i10-index

Scopus Publications

  • Unravelling of moderating effect of progressive education between job demand and burnout
    Rupesh Rajak, Binod Rajak, Vimal Kumar, and Swati Mathur

    Emerald
    PurposeThis study aims to provide a causal framework for teacher burnout (BO) and work engagement (WE) by examining the factors that contribute to it and evaluating how progressive education (PE) affects teachers' performance in Higher education institutions (HEIs).Design/methodology/approachThis study uses a multi-stage sampling technique with the help of computer random generation data from a selected list of teachers. The survey has two sections; the first consisted of a questionnaire of PE, BO, WE and organizational outcomes and the second contained four items to measure the demographic variables. The researcher contacted 745 teachers and asked them to fill up the questionnaire but the authors received only 498 useable responses.FindingsThe results of the study confirmed that moderating role PE reduces the BO of the teachers of HEIs and increases WE. The job demand-resource (JD-R) model was also validated in the Indian context and the model was found suitable for the Indian sample.Research limitations/implicationsThe study has been conducted to manage BO and teachers' engagement in HEIs and the result suggests that the Management of HEIs should value PE characteristics as a crucial component of the educational process. PE encourages academic engagement among professors and students in HEIs.Originality/valueThe study tests the moderating role of PE with the JD-R and the JD-R model in the higher education system in India, which is rarely tested. The study's integrated approach to BO and WE, which provide insight into both viewpoints and aids in employees' poor health.


  • A qualitative analysis on integrated approach towards teachers' burnout and work engagement in Indian HEIs
    Rupesh Rajak and Bibhas Chandra

    Associated Management Consultants, PVT., Ltd.
    This article attempted to extend the understanding of burnout and work engagement in teachers in higher educational institutions and to find out probable factors in the Indian context. Data were collected from 60 university teachers through unstructured questionnaires. Out of those 60 teachers, 33 were selected for follow up interviews. Inductive content analysis was used for data analysis using a CAQDAS package named ATLAS.ti 7. Five new factors from the Indian context emerged out from this study, that is, interaction with students, teaching methods, flexible timing and long break, unnecessary rules and regulations, and better HR policies. These factors could be the input towards future studies in academic development as well as for employee well-being and productivity.

  • Exploring predictors of burnout and work engagement among teachers - A review on higher educational institutions of India


RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Unravelling of moderating effect of progressive education between job demand and burnout
    R Rajak, B Rajak, V Kumar, S Mathur
    Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education 2024

  • Impact of diversity management practices on learning organization and organizational performance in hotel industry
    M Yadav, R Rajak
    International Journal of System Assurance Engineering and Management 13 2022

  • A qualitative analysis on integrated approach towards teachers' burnout and work engagement in Indian HEIs
    R Rajak, B Chandra
    Prabandhan: Indian Journal of Management 10 (7), 24-33 2017

  • Exploring predictors of burnout and work engagement among teachers-a review on higher educational institutions of India
    R Rajak, B Chandra
    Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology 43 (1), 145 2017

  • Impact of diversity management on staff and services in luxury hotels in India: A Review paper
    M Yadav, R Rajak


  • Impact of covid 19 on employee service and organizational performance in luxury hotels in India: A review paper
    M Yadav, R Rajak


MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Exploring predictors of burnout and work engagement among teachers-a review on higher educational institutions of India
    R Rajak, B Chandra
    Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology 43 (1), 145 2017
    Citations: 18

  • Impact of diversity management practices on learning organization and organizational performance in hotel industry
    M Yadav, R Rajak
    International Journal of System Assurance Engineering and Management 13 2022
    Citations: 8

  • A qualitative analysis on integrated approach towards teachers' burnout and work engagement in Indian HEIs
    R Rajak, B Chandra
    Prabandhan: Indian Journal of Management 10 (7), 24-33 2017
    Citations: 6