Pankaj Bharti

Assistant Professor (Grade-I)

Pankaj Bharti

Email:

pbharti@ediindia.org

Education

PhD (Psychology)

Areas of Specialization

  • Organization Behaviour
  • Human Resource
  • Management
  • Research Methods

IRINS Vidwan ID

Pankaj Bharti

Assistant Professor (Grade-I)

Teaching/Training :

  • Organization Behaviour

  • Human Resources Management

  • Research Methods

  • Entrepreneurship Laboratory

Projects :

  • ITEC on Entrepreneurship Education to Strengthen Emerging Economies 
  • Faculty Development Programme on Entrepreneurship
  • Summer Camps for Children and Youth
  • Biography
  • Books
  • Research Publications
  • Conferences/ Seminars attended
  • Associations

Specialises in Social Psychology, Organisational Behaviour and Research Methods. Trained in conceptualising and development of measurement tools for social science research. Has published four papers and a book - Dehumanisation of Urban and Rural Poor. Associated with over 20 national as well as international research projects. He is also a National Team Member of Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), India. Core competency lies in psychometric assessment administration and reporting.

  • Bharti, P. (2012). Dehumanization of Urban and Rural Poor. Germany, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

  • Shukla S., Tanuku, K., Bharti, P. Dwivedi, A.K. (2106). Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2014 India Report, Emerald Group Publishing (India) Private Limited, New Delhi.

  • Basu, A., & Bharti, P. (2016) Entrepreneurship development among tribals in India. Research bulletin, 41(4), pp. 78-91. 
  • Bharti, P. and Pandey, J. (2012). Development of a measure of dehumanization, Indian Journal of Social Science Researches, Vol. 9. No. 1, March, 2012, pp. 27-33.
  • Verma, S., Shukla, A.,& Bharti, P.(2011).Indian Eunuch: An Efficient Emotional Labour Eastern Anthropologist 3-4, (64), Serials Publications, New Delhi

Paper Presented:
 

  • Basu, A., & Bharti, P. (2017). Study of factors influencing and influenced by Entrepreneurial Intensity . Twellfth Biennial Conference (pp. 1145-1157). Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India.
  • ‘Dehumanization of Urban and Rural Poor’ in the 15th National Academy of Psychology (NAOP) Organized by K. S. Saket P. G. College, Ayodhya, Faizabad, March 04-06, 2005.

  • ‘Conceptualization of measures of Dehumanization’ in the 14th National Academy of Psychology (NAOP) Organized by IIT Kharagpur, February 26-28, 2004.

  • ‘Psycho Social Dimension of Dehumanization’ in the 12th National Academy of Psychology (NAOP) Organized by Fatima Mata National College, Kollam, Kerala, October, 22-24, 2001.

  • ‘Dehumanization of Urban and Rural Poor’ in the First Research Scholar Conference Organized by the G. B. Pant Social Science Institute, Allahabad from 1 March 2000 to 3 March 2000.

 

  • Conferences/ Seminars attended:

International:

  • International Seminar on “Cognitive Sciences”, organized by the UGC Centre of Behavioural and Cognitive Science (CBCS), from 16-18 December, 2004.

  • International Seminar on “Learning Disabilities and Young at Risk”, organized by the UGC Centre of Behavioural and Cognitive Science (CBCS), University of Allahabad, from 19-21 February, 2003.

National:

  • National Seminar on “Identity in Youth: Socio-cultural Perspective, organized by CAS, Department of Psychology, University of Allahabad from 16-17 February, 2004.

  • National Seminar on “Inter-group Relations Research in India: Insights from the Past and Agenda for the Future”, organized by CAS, Department of Psychology, University of Allahabad from 9-10 February, 2003.

  • The 11th Annual Conferences of the National Academy of Psychology (India) held at Andhra University, Visakhapatnam from December 14-16, 2000.

  • ‘Dialogue on Paradigm Shift for the Transformation of Man and Society’, Organized by library, Allahabad University from 30-31 March 2000.

Workshops:

  • ‘School Effectiveness’ by Dr. Rajiv Sharma (Management Consultant, IIM Ahemdabad) on 23 February, 2003 in the CAS, Department of Psychology, University of Allahabad.

  • ‘Scientific Writing’ by Prof. Ramadhar Singh (National University of Singapore) and Prof. A. K. Dalal (CAS, Department of Psychology, University of Allahabad), from 19-20 December, 2002.

  • ‘Collaboration with NGO’s: Research, Action, and Evaluation’ by Profs. A. Satyanarayan, and D. Puneetha (CAS, Department of Psychology, University of Allahabad) on 25 March, 2002.

  • ‘Health and Well Being: Theory and Application, by Prof. A.K. Dalal (CAS, Department of Psychology, University of Allahabad) on 24 March, 2002.

  • ‘Contemporary Social Issues: Retrospect and Prospect, by Profs. N. Dhawan, D. Puneetha, and P. Singh (CAS, Department of Psychology, University of Allahabad) from 19-20 March, 2002.

  • ‘Area for Research and Training in Behavioural and Social Sciences using Mathematical Methods by Prof. B. D. Acharya (Department of Science & Technology (DST), Newdelhi) and Prof. Janak Pandey (CAS, Department of Psychology, University of Allahabad).

National Team Member of Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), India

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