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Faculty Details

Name: Dr. Bharti Nisha
Designation : Assistant Professor & HOD - Agribusiness Management
Phone : 91-20-22934314/17/18/19
Fax : 91-20-22934316
Email : nisha.bharti@siib.ac.in
Qualification: B. Sc. (Agri.), M. Sc. (Agri.), Ph.D
Area of Interest: Rural Management
Teaching Experience 4 years
Industry Experience 2 years
Total Work Experience: 6 years

Education :

  • Fellow- IRMA (Equivalent to Ph.d.)
  • M. Sc. (Agri.)
  • B.Sc. (Agri.)

Work Experience :
6  years of total work experience.

Publications :

Research Publications:

Google Scholar Link: https://scholar.google.co.in/citations?user=BsPrT70AAAAJ&hl=en

Journals:

International Journals (Refereed)

  1. Nisha Bharti (2014). “Approaches to microenterprise development: comparison of case studies from Maharashtra”, International Journal of Business and Globalisation, Volume 13, Issue 4. (Inderscience Publication). Scopus Indexed.

  2. Nisha Bharti (2014). “Holistic support for micro-enterprise development: a case study of MITTRA”, International Journal of Business and Globalisation, Vol.13, Issue 4 (Inderscience publication). Scopus Indexed

  3. Nisha Bharti (2014). “The role of training in reducing or eliminating poverty: the case of micro-enterprise development in rural India”, International journal of Training and Development, 18:4 (Wiley online library publication). Scopus Indexed

  4. Nisha Bharti (2014). “Financial Systems Approaches to Micro-Enterprise Development: A comparison of SHG Bank Linkage and MFI Model in Maharashtra”, International Journal of Rural Management, Vol 10, issue 2 (Sage Publication, Scopus Indexed).

  5. Nisha Bharti (2009). “Microenterprise Development in India: Experiences and Possibilities”, Asia Pacific Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship”, Volume 3, Issue 2.

National Journals (Refereed)

  1. Nisha Bharti (2016). “Microenterprise as a Livelihood source and Factors Affecting Their Success: A Study from India”, Journal of entrepreneurship Management, Volume 5, Issue 1, Publishing India, India.

  2. Nisha Bharti (2015). “Promoting Micro-Enterprise Through SHG: A Case Study of MAVIM”, Journal of Rural Development, Volume 33, No. 4.P.no. 437-458. (Scopus Indexed).

  3. Nisha Bharti (2015). “Design and Implementation of Organisational Intervention in Microenterprise Development: Comparative Study from Maharashtra”, Journal of Organization and Human Behavior, Volume 3, Issue 4, P. no. 20-28.

  4. Nisha Bharti (2014). “Building Human Capital Through Entrepreneurship Education for Microenterprise Development: A Case Study of ABC Company”, Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management, Volume 3, Issue 1, P. no. 33-49.

  5. Nisha Bharti (2012). Book review of Rashmi Bansal, “I Have a Dream”, New Delhi: Westland Limited, 2011, published in Journal of Entrepreneurship, Volume 21, No.2, Sage Publication. (H Index 3)

  6. Nisha Bharti (2010). “Microenterprise Development in India: Experiences and Possibilities” IASSI-Quarterly, Vol.29, Issue. 2, page 26-42.

  7. Nisha Bharti (2011). “Exclusive Banking for Financial Inclusion: Case Study of Indian Bank’s Microfinance Initiative”, ASBM Journal of Management, Volume 5, issue 1. Listed in Ebsco. http://connection.ebscohost.com/c/case-studies/82151034/exclusive-banking-financial-inclusion-case-study-indian-banks-microfinance-initiative

  8. Nisha Bharti (2009). “Approaches to Microenterprise Development: Experiences from Maharashtra”, The microFINANCE REVIEW, Vol. 1, No. 2, Banker’s Institute of Rural Development, Lucknow, India.

Conference Proceedings

  1. Nisha Bharti (2016). “Promoting Agribusiness through Microenterprise: A comparative study of Holistic and Building Human Capital Approach”, published in conference proceeding of International Conference on Agribusiness in emerging economies at Institute of Rural management, Anand (Forthcoming).

  2. Nisha Bharti and Asmita Chitnis (2016). “Size and Efficiency of MFIs: A Data envelopment analysis of Indian MFIs” published in conference proceeding of International Conference on Agribusiness in emerging economies at Institute of Rural management, Anand (Forthcoming).

  3. Nisha Bharti and Dilip Kajale (2015). “Marketing strategies for millet and millet products in India”, published in proceedings of the Global Millet Meet Conference in Millets: Promotion of Food, feed, Fodder, Nutritional and Environmental Security by ICAR and Institute of Millet research.

Book Chapter

  1. Nisha Bharti (2006, 2008). Exclusive Banking for Financial Inclusion: Case Of Indian Bank’s Microfinance Initiative”. Cases in development and management challenges of microfinance intervention s in India, IRMA Publication, IRMA, Anand. The case can be accessed at the website of Microfinance Management Institute (MFMI) at http://www.themfmi.org/resources/detail.php?docid=471. The case is also included in course material of Microfinance at IRMA during session 2009-10.

Online Journals

  1. Nisha Bharti (2010). “Microenterprise Development in India: Experiences and Possibilities” IASSI-Quarterly, Online published on 21 October, 2013.

  2. Nisha Bharti (2011). “Market Orientation in Agriculture: Case Studies of Development interventions in India”, International Journal of Research in Commerce, Economics and Management (IJRCM), Volume 1, issue 4, August 2011. Listed in ebscohost


Scholarly Interests and Expertise:
Agriculture Finance, Microfinance, Rural Marketing, Agriculture marketing, Livelihood, Agriculture and Rural Development, microentrepreneurship, Agribusiness management etc.

Research Projects and Consultancy :

  • Conducted Doctoral Research on “Micro-Enterprise Development: A Study of the Approach, Design and Performance of Selected Interventions in Maharashtra” 
  • Assisted in a Project by INAFI on exploration of various microfinance approaches of network organisation during session 2011-12 at IRMA.
  •  Assisted in the project on “Social capital, Trust and Participative public service delivery” of 2nd Administrative Reforms Commission during session 2006-07 at IRMA.

Reviewer of National/International Journals

Reviewer

1. Enterprise Development and microfinance Journal (International Journal, Scopus Indexed )
2. Sage Publication Book on Food retail management.
3. International Journal of Rural Management (Sage Publication, Scopus Indexed, H index: 2).
4. International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology (IJARGE).(Inderscience publication, Scopus Indexed, H Index: 12)
5. International Journal of Agricultural Policy and Research (International Journal).
6. International Journal of Training and Development (Wiley Online publication, ScopusIndexed).
7. World Journal of Agricutural Sciences (WJAS).
8. International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology.
9. Journal Prima.
10. Journal of Economics and International Finance


Management Development and Training Programs completed:


Training Conducted

  • Worked as a resource person for Training of trainer (TOT) on livelihood development for BAIF.
  • Arranged entrepreneurship development programme in collaboration with World Trade centre Mumbai (WTC) and EDI, Bhubaneswar in August 2015.

Papers presented in Conferences:

International Conferences

  1. Nisha Bharti (2016). “Promoting Agribusiness through Microenterprise: A comparative study of Holistic and Building Human Capital Approach”, Presented paper at International conference on Agribusiness in Developing economies at IRMA in January 2016.

  2. Nisha Bharti and Asmita Chitnis (2016). “Size and Efficiency of MFIs: A Data envelopment analysis of Indian MFIs, Presented paper at International conference on Agribusiness in Developing economies at IRMA in January 2016.

  3. Nisha Bharti and Dilip Kajale (2013). “Marketing strategies for millet and millet products in India”, presented paper at “Global Millet Meet” Hyderabad on 18-20th December 2013.

  4. Presented a paper on “Disparities in SHG Bank Linkage Programme: A Case Study of Tamil Nadu” in an International conference on Microfinance at Pondicherry university dated 23-25th January 2008.

  5. Presented a paper on “Theories of entrepreneurship and enterprise in the context of Micro entrepreneurship and Microenterprise” at an International conference at IISC Bangalore dated 25-27th Oct 2007.

National Conferences

  1. Presented a paper in a national conference organized by IFEEL institute on “Microenterprise Development Interventions: Case Studies from Maharashtra” dated 26th-27th November 2011.

  2. Presented a paper in a national conference organised by Indian School of Microfinance for Women on “Promotion of Leadership among Women Microentrepreneurs in India: Issues and Challenges” dated 11-12th August 2008.

  3. Presented a paper in a national conference organized by Indian Association of Social Science Institutes on “Microenterprise Development: Experiences and Possibilities” dated 11-12th January 2008.

  4. Presented a paper in a National seminar at GLA Institute of Business Management, Mathura on the topic “Role of Microfinance in Financing Microenterprise” dated 25th August 2007.

  5. Presented a paper in 7th Biennial conference at Entrepreneurship development Institute (EDI) on “Microfinance and Sustainable Microentrepreneurship Development” dated 21-23rd March 2007.

Others

  1. Nisha Bharti (2009). “Balancing the Social and Economic Objectives of Microfinance Interventions” Network, Volume 12, Issue 4.

  2. Nisha Bharti (2007). “Microfinance and microfinance Institutions in India: Issues and challenges”’ Network, Volume 11, Issue 2.

  3. Thomas, Manoj and Nisha Bharti (2006).“Social Capital, trust and Participative Service Delivery: A Brief Review of Literature”, Summary note prepared as part of the project on Social Capital, trust and Participative Service Delivery’, undertaken for the 2nd Administrative Reforms Commission, Government of India, New Delhi and included in the course material of Strategic issues in Development Organisation at IRMA during the session 2007-09.

Honours, Awards, Achievements:

  • Received fellowship from Microfinance Management Institute, USA for doctoral study from IRMA.

  • Selected as a reviewer for 5 international journals working in the areas of Agriculture and rural development.


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