Assistant Systems Engineer/ Tata Consultancy Services
Sep 2009 to Jun 2011
Assistant Professor/ UPES Dehradun
Aug 2020 to Oct 2020
Assistant Professor/ IIM Bodh Gaya
Nov 2020 to May 2022
Assistant Professor/ IIM Bodh Gaya
Aug 2022 to July 2023
Assistant Professor/NISM Navi Mumbai
Impact of deviation from target working capital on firm profitability: evidence from India; The purpose of this paper is to assess the impact of deviation from the target investment in working capital (WC)(measured by net trade cycle (NTC)) on the profitability (measured by gross operating income (GOI) and net operating income (NOI)) of the listed non-financial Indian firms.
Impact of board size on the accounting returns and the asset quality of Indian banks;The purpose of the paper is to explore the impact of board size on the accounting returns and asset quality of Indian banks.This paper uses ordinary least squares regression, robust regression and panel data methods for estimation, based on data collected for a sample of 29 Indian banks that are listed on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) and form part of the NSE-500 index over a period of eight financial years 2009-2016. The data pertaining to the board size of the sample banks is collected from the annual reports of banks, whereas the data relating to return on assets (ROA) and ratio of the gross non-performing assets to total assets and control variables (bank age and bank size) is extracted from ACE Equity database.This paper concludes that the size of the governing board has a positive impact on the accounting returns (measured through ROA) of the Indian …
“Influence of independent directors on the market risks of Indian banks;The purpose of this paper is to empirically explore the influence of independent directors (non-executive directors) on the market risks of the Indian banks.
This paper is based on the data collected over a period of seven years (2009-2016) for a set of 29 Indian banks that are the constituents of the National Stock Exchange 500 Index. The data for independent directors of the sample banks are extracted from the annual reports of the banks, whereas the data relating to the dependent and control variables are compiled from the Ace equity and the Reserve Bank of India databases. The study uses the panel data method for analysis of the collected data for the sample banks. Findings This study concludes that independent directors increase the market risks for Indian banks (measured through equity beta).”
Do Women Directors Impact the Risk and Return of Indian Banks;The purpose of the paper is to investigate whether women directors impact the risk and return of Indian banks. This study employs panel data models for a sample of 29 Indian banks that form part of the National Stock Exchange 500 index for the period 2009–2016. This paper concludes that women directors influence the accounting returns (measured through Return on Assets) of Indian banks. However, it was found that women directors did not affect the risks (measured through Equity Beta and gross NPA to Total Assets) of the sample banks. This paper contributes to the literature and practitioners in several ways. To the best of the knowledge of the authors, no study has examined the impact of women directors on the risk and return of banks operating in India. Hence, the findings of this article have substantial implications both to academia and practitioners.