Faculty Profile

Lalit Sharma

Designation
Faculty
Academic Qualification

Ph.D. (Entrepreneurship), Uttarakhand Technical University

Professional Qualification
Areas of Specialization

Entrepreneurship, HRM

Courses taught/projects handled

SUBJECTS: Creativity, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial Effectiveness, Organizational Behaviour & Management Concepts

PROJECT: National research project of Department of Science & Technology, Government of India entitled – “Study on Inclusion of Technically Qualified Women with Mid-Career Break into Technopreneurial Activities – Understanding the Potential and the Constraints”

Faculty member at the Centre for Research in Entrepreneurship Education & Development. After gaining a rich experience in various big  size technology companies, he completed his PhD in the area of youth entrepreneurship. Dr. Sharma guides Ph.D. scholars, teaches post-graduate students, grooms budding entrepreneurs and conducts research in the area of youth entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education. Actively engaged in the national research projects of the Government of India on entrepreneurship development, he is also well-recognised as a corporate trainer by industrial associations like BIA. His research articles on entrepreneurship have been widely published in several reputed international journals like the Journal of Global Entrepreneurship Research, Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies, Teachers & Teaching: Theory & Practice and many others.

Sharma, L.(2017). A Study on Inclusion of Technically Qualified Women wih Mid Career Break into Technopreneurial Activity: Potential & Constraints. New Delhi: Center for Policy Research in Science & Technolocy Entrepreneurship, EDII under the aegis of Department of Science & Technology, Govt. of India.

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  • Sharma, L. (2016).  Teachers’ perspective on educational factors influencing the impact of education in building academic entrepreneurship in HEI’s – a case of Uttarakhand state, India. Teachers & Teaching: Theory & Practice. Impact Factor 1.1 (JCR Thomson Reuters). A Taylor & Francis Journal.
  • Sharma, L. (2015). A review of the role of HEI’s in developing academic entrepreneurship: an evaluative study of Uttarakhand state, India. Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies, 7(2), 168-188. An Emerald Journal.

  • Sharma, L. (2015). Impact of regional differences within state on the factors influencing youth entrepreneurship – A case of Garhwal & Kumaun regions of Uttarakhand. Higher Education for the Future, 2(2), 151-164. A Sage Journal.

  • Sharma, L. (2014). Impact of family capital & social capital on youth entrepreneurship - a study of Uttarakhand state, India. Journal of Global Entrepreneurship Research, 4(1), 14 (ISSN No. 2251-7316). A Springer Journal.

  • Sharma, L. & Madan, P. (2014). Effect of individual factors on youth entrepreneurship – a study of Uttarakhand state, India. Journal of Global Entrepreneurship Research, 2(1), 3. A Springer Journal.

  • Sharma, L. & Madan, P. (2014). Personality traits influencing youth entrepreneurship – An empirical study in Uttarakhand state, India. Singapore Management Journal, 2(2), 7-27.

  • Sharma, L. & Madan, P. (2013). Affect of perceived barriers to entrepreneurship on the career choice decision of students: A study of Uttarakhand state, India. Business & Economic Horizons, 9(2), 23-33.

  • Sharma, L. & Madan, P. (2013). Perceived barriers to youth entrepreneurship – A study of Uttarakhand state, India. Vivechan International Journal of Research, 4, 42-51.

Sharma, L. (2011). Evaluation of chronology of conflict in South Asian Countries. Paper presented at the National Seminar on Nature of Conflicts in South Asia in 21st Century, C.C.S. University, Meerut. April 09-10, 2011.

Life member of AIMA

Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India

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