Krupanidhi-Research Incubator Program (K-RIP)

Krupanidhi Group of Institutions has a long tradition of pursuing cutting edge research and has organized research activities across all the colleges in its integrated campus. The management at Krupanidhi believes that research and development is the key for the success of students and also for the continuing growth of the country.

In order to move towards the goal of building a robust culture of research, a unique initiative called the “Krupanidhi-Research Incubator Program” has been launched at Krupanidhi Group of Institutions. The scope of this program is to inspire and ignite the young minds in research, irrespective of their discipline by conducting training programs, bringing subject experts from various research laboratories as well as multinational companies within the campus. K-RIP motivates the students, to explore their hidden potential and to conceptualize innovative ideas. The research at Krupanidhi focuses students as central part of the program and they are encouraged to design and carry out projects under the faculty guidance, who in turn are also guided and monitored by research mentors from various national and international academic and research institutes. It is a requisite that all the faculty members as well as the final year students of all the courses are participating in the program.

K-RIP kindle the students at all levels by outlaying multidisciplinary research projects, promote them to attend seminars/conferences, to become members in professional bodies, seeking research funds from national funding bodies, publishing their research work in standard indexed/scopus journals, aiding in patent filing strategies, etc. Students with research publications in their profile have added credentials, which ensure them to surpass from their peers. It enables them to uniquely position themselves for success, while job hunting or seeking admission in Ivy League universities.

The students participating in Krupanidhi – Research Incubation Program (K-RIC) are shortlisted through a Research Aptitude Test (RAT) that measures the intellectual, innovative and technical aspects of the candidates. The test is conducted either online or off-line mode which includes objective and descriptive sections. The objective section quantifies the intellectual quotient while in descriptive section candidates are analyzed for innovative Start-up ideas, etc.  The evaluation of online test is rapid while the off-line is done by experts through double blind method. The final selection of the candidates is based on relative grading scale (70% of the top scorer).

Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited but imagination encircles the world.

– Albert Einsten

Cluster No.Faculty NameStudent NameCrystallized TitleJournal NameStatusIndexing
1
Dr. Vivek Kumar Pathak
Antra Vohra
Managing management graduates’ give back intentions An empirical study, part I
International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE)
Communicated to Journal
Scopus
Swathi BV
Reenu P Joy
2
Dr. Vivek Kumar Pathak
Blesson Sabu
Addressing the precedence of challenges in management education in Indian context, part I
International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE)
Communicated to Journal
Scopus
Swathi BV
Akshaya M
3
Dr. Vivek Pathak/ Prof. Nilanka Chatterjee
Vani N
Addressing the precedence of challenges in management education in Indian context, part II
International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE)
Communicated to Journal
Scopus
Swathi BV
4Prof. Jacob

Alexander/ Prof. Veena Shenoy/ Dr. Aradhna Yadav

NAEthical Challenges in Neuromarketing : A Research AgendaIndian Journal of Marketing (IJM)PublishedScopus
9Dr. ThomasonNAFrom Bootstrapped to Half a Billion Dollars- The unusual case of ZohoInternational Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE)Communicated to JournalScopus
10Dr. ThomasonAnju KumariL& T and Mindtree: A case on ownership change and the storm in the coffee cupIndian Journal of Science and Technology (IJST)Under ReviewWeb of Science
11Dr. Thomason RajanNAThe Flipkart Story in India: From Start to WalmartAsian Journal of Management CasesAcceptedScopus
12Dr. Thomason Rajan/ Prof. Jacob AlexanderNAThe Branding Efforts of Snapdeal and the Quest for Profits : A Case StudyIndian Journal of Marketing (IJM)PublishedScopus
13
Prof. Ramalakshmi/ Dr. Vivek Kumar Pathak
Christeena Mary Jose
Impact of cognitive biases on investment decision making
International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE)
Communicated to Journal
Scopus
Elwin Baiju
14
Prof. Ramalakshmi/ Dr. Vivek Kumar Pathak
Fahis US
Precedence of Work Environment Factors influencing Employee Performance: A Ridit Approach
Indian Journal of Science and Technology (IJST)
Under Review
Web of Science
Felix Shaji
15Prof. Ramalakshmi V/ Dr. Vivek Kumar PathakGoutham BeheraPrecedence of Debiasing Techniques on Decision Making Process – A RIDIT ApproachInternational Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE)Communicated to JournalScopus
16
Prof. Ramalakshmi
Haritha P M
The Impact of Cognitive biases on Organizational Effectiveness:

Mediating role of Decision making

European Alliance for Innovation
Accepted
Peer Reviewed
Hamim Akif K
Hari Krishnan
17
Dr. Pravesh Soti / Dr. Vivek Kumar Pathak
Madhu Kumar R
Empirical investigation of influencers of employee turnover from Indian perspective, part II
Journal of mechanics of continua and mathematical sciences (JMCMS)
Accepted
Web of Science
Nirmal S Kumar
P Nirmal James
18
Dr. Vivek Kumar Pathak/ Dr. Pravesh Soti
Pankaj Singh
Empirical investigation of influencers of employee turnover from Indian perspective, part I
International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE)
Communicated to Journal
Scopus
P Darsha Surendran
19Dr. Vivek Kumar Pathak/ Dr. Pravesh SotiNAInvestigation of the impact of GSCM drivers on Indian manufacturing sector, part IIndian Journal of Science and Technology (IJST)Under ReviewWeb of Science
20
Dr. Pravesh Soti/ Dr. Vivek Kumar Pathak
Athul
Investigation of the impact of GSCM drivers on Indian manufacturing sector, part II
International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE)
Communicated to Journal
Scopus
Aswin M
Harish K C
21Dr. Shagufta ShowkatNAImpact of Rewards and Recognition, Perceived Organizational Support and Work Culture on Employee Engagement in the Indian IT IndustryIndian Journal of Science and Technology (IJST)Under ReviewWeb of Science
22
Dr. Shagufta Showkat/ Dr. Vivek Kumar Pathak
Jishnu A.P.
Cybervetting and Impression Management- Moderating role of Personality traits in the Indian IT industry
Journal of Advanced research in dynamical and control systems (JARDCS)
Accepted
Scopus
John Paul
23Dr. Shagufta Showkat/ Dr. Vivek Kumar PathakKevin ShajanStrategic Human Resource Management and Firm Performance: Mediating Role of Employee well-beingInternational Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE)Communicated to JournalScopus
25Prof. Nivedita JhaNivedita SBOrganizational Effectiveness and Career Support: An Integrated model for Indian MillennialsCareer Development InternationalUnder ReviewScopus and B catogory
26Prof. Namrata Nanda/ Dr. Siddharth MisraRajith K.R.Team building and Organizational Ambidexterity: A Relational AnalysisJournal of mechanics of continua and mathematical sciences (JMCMS)AcceptedWeb of Science
27
Prof. Nivedita Jha
Rahul Krishnan
Team building and Organizational Innovations: A Study in IT Sector in India
Journal of Advanced research in dynamical and control systems (JARDCS)
Accepted
Scopus
Sachin SC
28
Prof. Nivedita Jha/ Dr. Rama Krishna Gupta
Puja Sareen
Employee voice, Engagement and organizational effectiveness: A mediating model
European Journal of Training and Development
Published
Scopus
Sharon Shaju
29
Prof. Divya N/ Dr. Siddharth Misra
Sindhu P J
Is deteriorating air quality impacting stock performance in India Air quality index predicts stock performance
Indian Journal of Science and Technology (IJST)
Under Review
Web of Science
Shijin Premarajan
Shijo John
31
Prof. Divya

Nikhil/ Dr. Siddharth Misra

Subin Koshy
Economic slowdown and its impact on disease burden in India
Journal of International Pharmaceutical Research (JIPR)
Communicated to Journal
Scopus
Sudhakar A
33
Dr. Vivek Kumar Pathak
Swathi BV
Empirical assessment of influential strength of service quality dimensions in Indian Universities, Part I
Journal of mechanics of continua and mathematical sciences (JMCMS)
Accepted
Web of Science
Vipul Raj Pandey
Vineeth A
34
Dr. Vivek Pathak
Swathi BV
Empirical assessment of influential strength of service quality dimensions in Indian Universities, Part II
Journal of Advanced research in dynamical and control systems (JARDCS)
Accepted
Scopus
Yugander P
35
Dr. Vivek Pathak/ Prof. Nilanka Chatterjee
Swathi BV
Managing management graduates give back intentions An empirical study, part II
International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE)
Communicated to Journal
Scopus
Madan Thapa
Leo Stanley S
36
Dr. Rama Krishna Gupta
Shahsada Kamal A
Role of Technology based training towards competency building
International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management
Under Review
Scopus
Shivtej Gurudatta
37Prof. Veena ShenoyNAPhysical environment and employee commitment with moderating effect of work autonomyInternational Journal of Business Innovation and ResearchCommunicated to JournalScopus and C catogory
39Dr. Pravesh Soti/ Dr. Vivek Kumar PathakNAValue creation and society: A Corporate Governance in Indian IT companiesJournal of mechanics of continua and mathematical sciences (JMCMS)AcceptedWeb of Science
Light EngagementProf. Ramalakshmi/ Dr. Rama Krishna Gupta Potnuru2NAImpact of personality on Job Satisfaction in different office typesJournal of mechanics of continua and mathematical sciences (JMCMS)AcceptedWeb of Science
Light EngagementDr. Shagufta ShowkatNAWorkplace incivility and turnover intentions: Moderating role of organizational cultureInternational Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE)Communicated to JournalScopus
Light EngagementProf. Nivedita Jha/ Dr. Rama Krishna GuptaPuja SareenEmployee Engagement for Millennials: Considering Technology as an enablerDevelopment and Learning in OrganizationsPublishedScopus and C catogory