NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SILCHAR

राष्ट्रीय प्रौद्योगिकी संस्थान सिलचर

Department of Management Studies

International Journals



  1. 1. R. Deb and S. Panja (2021) “Performance Analysis of Selected Mutual Fund Houses – A DEA Intervention”, International Journal of Business Excellence, Inderscience publication, (Scopus) (Accepted for publication)
  2. 2. R. Deb and S. Panja (2020) “Efficiency Analysis of Selected Bank-Sponsored Mutual Fund Schemes in India”, International Journal of Operation Research, Inderscience publication, (Scopus). (Accepted for publication)
  3. 3. Panja, S, Behavioural dimension in portfolio optimization: An analytical exposition, Journal of Information and Optimization sciences, Vol. 40, Issue 8, Pp. 1653-1663. 2019
  4. 4. Panja, S, Multivariate Bank Performance Analysis using Standardized CAMEL Methodology and Fuzzy Analytical Hierarchical Process, Indian Journal of Science and Technology, Vol 10(23), DOI: 10.17485/ijst/2017/v10i23/103170., 2017
  5. 5. Panja, S, Mathematical Exposition Coupled with Empirical Testing of Heuristically Designed Portfolio Optimization Model at International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Research India Publication, Vol: 10, No. 21, 2015, (Scopus)
  6. 6 Roy, D & S, Panja, Heuristic selection of portfolio based on coefficient of optimization, International Journal of Financial Management, Volume 1 Issue 1, 2011.
  7. 7 Roy, D & S, Panja, Closeness between Heuristic and optimum selection of portfolio: An Empirical analysis, at GITAM Review of International Business, Vol 2, Issue 2, January 2010
  8. 8 Panja,S & Chowdhury,S , DuPont Analysis of Selected Indian Commercial banks to make Informed Decision: An Empirical Investigation, International Journal of Research in Commerce and Management, Volume no. 1 (2010), issue no. 5 (September).

  1. 1. “Customer Buying Intentions regarding Online Hotel Booking: An Empirical Analysis”, Effulgence, July 2021, Vol. 19, No. 2, p.p. 29-38.
  2. 2. “An Empirical Analysis of the Determinants of Phubbing Behaviour in India: The Millennials Perspective”, International Journal of Innovative Technology & Exploring Engineering (IJITEE), October 2019, Vol. 8 (12S), p.p. 806-812(Scopus).
  3. 3. “An Empirical Study on Consumers’ Buying Intentions of Counterfeit Products in India”, Journal of Intellectual Property Rights, Vol. 23, pp. 250-260 Nov. 2018 , (Scopus: H-index=12)
  4. 4. “Why Consumers Buy Counterfeit Products? A Case Study of the Indian Clothing Industry”, Indian Journal of Marketing, July 2018, Vol. 48, Issue no. 7, pp-51-62 (Scopus: H-index=7)
  5. 5. “Intellectual Property Rights Protection and Foreign Direct Investment: A Study of BRICS Countries”, World Review of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development, Vol. 14, No. 6, pp 694-704, 2017, (Scopus: H-index= 13) (Inderscience Publishers)
  6. 6. “Exploring factors of Drug Counterfeiting in India: A Critical Evaluation”, CPJ Global Review, Vol. 8, pp. 31-37 (2016).
  7. 7. “An analysis of Demographic Determinants and Consumer Perception in Non-deceptive Counterfeiting of Fashion products in Delhi”, Elixir International Journal, Marketing Management, Vol. 84, pp. 33742-33745. (2015) (Elixir Publishers)
  8. 8. “The Business of Counterfeit Drugs in India: A Critical Evaluation”, International Journal of Management and International Business Studies, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 141-148 (2014). (Research India Publications)
  9. 9. “Economic and Societal Impact of Global Counterfeiting and Piracy”, Pacific Business Review International, Vol. 6, pp. 98-104 (2014). (ESCI: Web of Science Indexed).
  10. 10. “An Analytical Study on Counterfeiting of Luxury Brands”, International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), 2015, Vol. 3, Issue 10 (Scopus)

  1. Roy, P. & Patro, B. (2021). Financial Performance Analysis of NBFC-MFIs in India using TOPSIS and IV-TOPSIS. International Journal of Mathematical, Engineering and Management Sciences, 6(5), 1423-1438. https://doi.org/10.33889/IJMEMS.2021.6.5.086.
  2. De, A. & Patro, B. (2020). Covid 19 and Kerala Model: An Example of Good Governance. International Research Journal of Management Science and Technology, 11(11), 75-82.
  3. Patro, B. (2020). Education Sector - The new Gold Mine for Business Focused Data Analytics: A Case study of Assam. IAR Journal of Business Management, 1(4), 372-382.
  4. Bhatt, C.M., Rao, G.S., & Patro, B. (2014). Development of Flood Inundation Libraries using Historical Satellite Data and DEM for part of Godavari Basin: An Approach towards better Flood Management. The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences (ISPRS), Volume XL-8, 1463-1466. Scopus. IF:6.94
  5. Patro, B. & Pattanayak, J.K. (2014). Detecting earnings management using accrual-based models: An empirical study with reference to Coal India Ltd. IUP Journal of Accounting Research & Audit Practices, 13(2), 53-64.
  6. Patro, B. & Pattanayak, J.K. (2014). Governance and its impact on the association between CSR and earnings quality: Evidence from Indian private mining firms. Indian Accounting Review, 18(2), 1-19. ISSN: 0972-1754. UGC List
  7. Patro, B. & Pattanayak, J.K. (2017). Association of CSR disclosure with Accounting Conservatism: A study of select Indian mining firms. Indian Journal of Finance, 11(3), 7-25. ISSN 0973 – 8711. Scopus Indexed, UGC List
  8. Patro, B. & Pattanayak, J.K. (2017).Corporate Governance as a moderating variable for identifying the relationship between CSR and Earnings Management: A study of listed mining firms. Indian Journal of Management, 10(10), 24-40. ISSN 0975-2854.Scopus Indexed, UGC List
  9. • Patro, B. (2018). Earnings management ruins or regains a company’s image?- A study on select Refinery firms in India . Congent Economics & Finance, (In Press). Scopus Indexed.
  10. • Patro, B. & Pattanayak, J.K. (2017).Analysis of earnings management influence on the investment efficiency of Indian mining firms. Journal of Indian Business Research, 9(4), 283-299. Scopus Indexed.
  11. • Patro, B. & Pattanayak, J.K. (2016). Exploring the relationship existing between CSR and financial reporting quality through corporate governance – A study of select Indian mining firms. International Journal of Economic Research, 13(7), 3124-3137. Scopus Indexed

  1. Rama Koteswara Rao Kondasani, Rajeev Kumar Panda and Rana Basu (2019), "Better healthcare setting for better healthcare service quality: An empirical analysis of Indian consumers’ perspective", International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management, Vol. 36(10), pp.1665-1682.
  2. Rama Koteswara Rao Kondasani & Rajeev Kumar Panda, (2017), Customers’ Precedence for Service Quality Dimensions in Indian Private Healthcare Setting: A RIDIT Approach, Hospital Topics. Vol.95 (4), pp. 90-99.
  3. Rama Koteswara Rao Kondasani & Rajeev Kumar Panda (2016). Service Quality Perception and Behavioural Intention: A study of Indian Private Hospitals, Journal of Health Management, SAGE, 18 (1). Pp.188-203.
  4. Rama Koteswara Rao Kondasani & Rajeev Kumar Panda (2015). Customer Perceived Service Quality, Satisfaction and Loyalty: A Study in Indian Private Healthcare Sector, International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, Emerald, 28(5), pp. 452-467.
  5. Rajeev Kumar Panda & Rama Koteswara Rao Kondasani (2014). Assessing customers' perceived service quality in private sector banks in India, Serbian Journal of Management, 9(1), pp.91-104.

  1. • Nayak, Tanaya, Sahoo, C. K. and Mohanty, P. K. (2018). Workplace empowerment, quality of work life and employee commitment: A study on Indian health care sector. Journal of Asia Business Studies, 12(3), 117-136. (Scopus Indexed, Emerging Source Citation Index Indexed)
  2. • Nayak, Tanaya, Sahoo, C. K. and Mohanty, P. K. (2017). Impact of HR interventions on quality of work life: Evidence from health care units. International Journal of Indian Culture and Business Management, 14(2), 214-236. (Australian Business Dean Council Indexed)
  3. • Nayak, Tanaya, Sahoo, C. K., Mohanty, P. K. and Sundaray, B. K. (2016). HR interventions and quality of work life of health care employees: An investigation. Industrial and Commercial Training, 48(5), 234-240. (Scopus Indexed)
  4. • Nayak, Tanaya and Sahoo, C. K. (2015). Quality of work life and organizational performance: The mediating role of employee commitment. Journal of Health Management, 17(3), 263-273. (Scopus Indexed)