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Dr Chandan Medatwal

Dr. Chandan Medatwal
Dr Chandan Medatwal is Assistant Professor (OB HR, Ethics and Soft Skills) at NIIT University (NU).  She earned her doctoral degree in Human Resource Management from the University of Kota, Rajasthan in association with the Indian Council of Social Science and Research (ICSSR), New Delhi.

Dr Medatwal has been associated with academics since 2008 in both government and renowned public and private Education Management Industries. Her research is focused upon Students’ Empowerment, Knowledge Management, and Emerging Issues in Management. She has presented research papers at reputed national and international conferences and contributed research papers to journals of nation and international repute. She has over 25 publications in peer reviewed national, international and Scopus journals and three books to her credit.

Dr Medatwal has been an HR Consultant for several companies and has mentored students across the country and abroad. She is recognised as an ‘Empowerment Ecologist’ in the HR stream in the field of education and sociopreneur world, who has given real-time motivation and guidance to the student community.

She is a world record holder in the Golden Book of World Records for Yoga and has been awarded by Government of Rajasthan at both state and district level for her contribution to literature, culture and social services. She has also been awarded at national Level as a ‘Young Educator and Scholar Award’ by the National Federation of Entrepreneurship Development (NFED) at Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu on International Women Day, 8 March 2018, for academics and research. She was also awarded the Young Woman Educator and Scholar Award by MTC Global, India in 2020.

Dr Medatwal is a Global Goodwill Ambassador for humanitarian causes for GGA, United States. She currently takes academic and counselling sessions internationally for empowering the student community.

Her subject expertise and areas of interest are:
  • Organisation Behaviour
  • Human Resources Management
  • Indian Ethos and Business Ethics in Management
  • Community Development and Empowerment
  • Neuro Linguistic Programming
  • Emotional Intelligence and Empowerment
  • Managing People at Work

Qualification

  • EPHRM (Executive Programme in Human Resource Management)
  • PhD (Management HR)
  • MBA (HR)
  • MCom (Business Administration)
  • MSC (Yoga)
  • BSC (Maths)

Experience

  • 12 years

Courses taught

  • Organisation Behaviour
  • Human Resources Management
  • Indian Ethos, Values and Business Ethics in Management
  • Community Development and Empowerment
  • Neuro Linguistic Programming
  • Emotional Intelligence and Empowerment
  • Managing People at Work
  • Soft skills and Career counselling
  • Organisation Development and Change Management
  • Leadership and Team Building Skills

Research areas

  • People Empowerment
  • Knowledge management
  • Ethics and Values
  • Emerging Issues in management and HRM
  • Community Development and Business responsibilities
  • People Analytics and Impact on Business Success
  • Human Resource Development in New Normal
  • Neuro Linguistic Programming
  • Emotional Intelligence and Empowerment
  • Organisation Development and Change Management

Consulting areas

  • Human Resource Management
  • Neuro Linguistic Programming

Selected Publications

  • C. Medatwal, “Evaluating efficacy of womens’ empowerment programmes: an empirical study of participants perspectives in rajasthan,” International Journal of Gender Studies in Developing Societies, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 49-62, (2015a).
  • C. Medatwal, “Repatriation Management: An Overview,” Pacific Business Review International, vol. 6, no. 9, pp. 26-30, 2014.
  • C. Medatwal, “Womens’ Empowerment Programmes: A Review of Literature,” Researchers World, Journal of Arts, Science & Commerce, vol. 4,no. 1, pp. 139-147, 2013.
  • C. Medatwal, “Microfinance as an instrument for achieving sustainable development: A research agenda,” in Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development, India: Routledge, 2021 ch. 13, pp. 166-178.
  • C. Medatwal, “Śrīmad Bhagavad Gītā and Knowledge Management with special focus on Jñāna Yoga,“ in Managing by Gita, S. Dhiman, Ed., Germany: Springer, 2018, pp.173-192.

Publications

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Research papers
  • C. Medatwal, “Efficacy of organization support in smooth conduct of online education programs during covid-19 pandemic,” International Journal of Special Education, vol.37, no.3, pp. 3543-3555, 2022.
  • C. Medatwal et al., “Empowerment through online education: prospects and barriers,” Kanpur Philosophers – International Journal of Humanities, Law and Social Sciences, vol. 8, no. 5, pp. 115-128, 2021.
  • C. Medatwal, “Effectiveness of channels for recovery of NPAs in Indian banking sector,” Shodh Sarita, vol. 8, no. 29, pp. 145- 150. 2021.
  • C. Medatwal, “A study on impact of covid-19 pandemic on cyberspace,” International Journal of Management (IJM), vol 12, no. 3, pp.242-252, 2021, doi: 10.34218/IJM.12.3.2021.022. 2021.
  • C. Medatwal, “Use of E-Learning in knowledge management: A study from academics,” TEST Engineering and Management Journal, vol. 83, no. 5, pp. 13461-13471, 2020.
  • C. Medatwal, “Integration of online social networking technology Web 2.0 and HR function: A critical review,” International Journal of Control Theory and Applications, vol. 10, no. 4, pp. 175- 182, 2017.
  • C. Medatwal, “Inclusive economic growth through economic empowerment of women in Rajasthan,” Interdisciplinary Journal of Management and Behavioural Sciences, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 42-58, 2014.
  • C. Medatwal, “Research ethics: A quest,” SEMCOM Management and Technological Review, vol. 1, no.2, pp. 107-113, 2014.
  • C. Medatwal, “Womens’ empowerment and CSR: Dimensions and Medatwal model,” in Business Sciences International Research Journal, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 441-443, 2013.
  • C. Medatwal, “Understanding empowerment in Indian context: Processes & evaluation,” Review of HRM, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 187-197, 2013.
  • C. Medatwal, “Women empowerment in NRHM: A case study of ASHA (Accredited Social Health Activist),” Shodh, Samiksha aur Mulyankan, vol. 3 no. 32, pp. 12-13, 2013.
  • C. Medatwal, “Responsibility accounting: Conceptual framework for effective control system,” Nirnay – The Journal of Decision Science, vol. 5, no. 1, pp.12-15, 2013.
  • C. Medatwal, “Womens’ empowerment programmes: A review of literature,” Researchers World, Journal of Arts, Science & Commerce, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 139-147, 2013.
  • C. Medatwal, “Role of microfinance in womens’ empowerment: A study of selected experiments from Rajasthan,” Pacific Business Review International, vol. 5, no. 7, pp- 22- 31, 2013.
  • C. Medatwal, “Repatriation Management: An Overview,” Pacific Business Review International, vol. 6, no. 9, pp. 26-30, 2014.
  • C. Medatwal, “Womens’ Empowerment Programmes: A Review of Literature,” Researchers World, Journal of Arts, Science & Commerce, vol. 4,no. 1, pp. 139-147, 2013.
Conference papers
  • C. Medatwal, “Microfinance and sustainable development: A meta analytic review,” in Proceedings of Advances of Global Business research (AGBA) of 16th World Congress on Business and Entrepreneurship development in a globalized and digital Era, vol. 16, no. 1, 2019, pp- 1305-1321.
  • C. Medatwal, “Women empowerment evaluation in Rajasthan: Presenting the four constituent framework,” in Proceedings of The Second Pan-IIM World Management Conference, 2014 pp.1-9.
Book chapters
  • C. Medatwal, “Microfinance as an instrument for achieving sustainable development: A research agenda,” in Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development, J. K. Das, S. Taneja, and H. Arora, Eds., India: Routledge, 2021, ch. 13, pp. 166 -178.
  • C. Medatwal et al., “Managing employee attrition through understanding motivation level,” in Embracing Change in Business Management and Social Sciences, N. K. Singh and S. Mittal, Eds., India: National Press Associates, 2021, ch. 12, pp.53-57.
  • C. Medatwal et al. “An empirical study of financial performance and financial structure of Indian firms,” in Embracing Change in Business Management and Social Sciences, N. K. Singh and S. Mittal
  • Eds., India: National Press Associates, 2021, ch. 15, pp.70-75.
  • C. Medatwal et al., “Employee attitude towards psychological contract in selected industry,” in Reinventing Human Resources Management, C. Medatwal and R. A. Gupta, Eds., India: Akhand Publishing House, 2019, pp. 95-113.
  • C. Medatwal, “Śrīmad Bhagavad Gītā and Knowledge Management with special focus on Jñāna Yoga,“ in Managing by Gita, S. Dhiman, Ed., Germany: Springer 2018, ch. 9, pp.173-192.
  • C. Medatwal et al. , “ Employee engagement as a retention strategy for diverse workforce: A study from Rajasthan,” in Emerging Issues in HRM: Perspectives and Avenues, C. Medatwal, and R. A. Gupta, Eds., India: Adhyayan Publishers, 2017, ch. 12, pp.168 – 179.
  • C. Medatwal and R. A. Gupta, “Understanding psychological ownership: A conceptual framework,” in Emerging Issues in HRM: Perspectives and Avenues, C. Medatwal and R. A. Gupta, Eds., India: Adhyayan Publishers, 2017, ch. 13, pp.182–187.
  • C. Medatwal, “An Intervention to attract and retain quality HR in hospitality industry,” in Hospitality and Tourism, India: Adhyayan Publishers, 2016, ch. pp.21 – 31.
  • C. Medatwal, “Enhancing sophistication through E-Learning: study of students perspectives in Rajasthan,” in Social Media for Business, V. Sahay, Ed., India: Indian Institute of Management Raipur, ch. 7, pp. 27 – 36.
  • C. Medatwal, “Innovative practices in quality education: A remark with virtual brainstorming,” N. Zaveri, Ed., in Quality Footprints SEMCOM, India : SMTR, 2014, ch. 9, pp. 146 – 152.
  • C. Medatwal, “Retaining talent in retail sector: A study from city Kota: Reinventing issues,” in Business Management & Research, M. Singh, Ed., India: Bharti Publications, 2013, ch. 31, pp. 289-297.
  • C. Medatwal, “Women’s empowerment and sustainable development in Rajasthan: SWOT analysis in contemporary issues,” Finance and Business Management, P. Kumar, Ed., India: Bharti Publications, 2013, ch. 55, pp. 515-524.
Articles
  • C. Medatwal, “Valuing between star performers and ethical employees,” Business Manager, vol. 21, no.9, pp. 36-37. Mar. 2019.
  • C. Medatwal, “How to shape up schools education for tomorrow’s mation,” People & Management, vol.10, no. 3, pp. 46-47, Mar 2019.
  • C. Medatwal, “Role of blockchain in recruitment,” Business Manager, vol. 22, no. 7, pp. 49- 49, Jan 2020.

Awards and recognition

  • World Record Holder by Golden Book of World Records for Longest Performance in Yoga on International Yoga Day, June 21, 2018
  • MTC Global – Young Women Educator and Researcher Award. Awarded at National Level as a Young Educator and Scholar Award by National Federation of Entrepreneurship Development (NFED) at Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu on International Women Day, March 8, 2018.
  • MTC Global – Young Researcher and Educator Award in Management, 2019
  • Awarded at State level by Government of Rajasthan, for contributions in Art, Culture and Literature, Independence Day, 15 August 2015
  • The Saga – Secret of Avenues, Grief and Happiness, a collection of thirty original poems with worldwide recognition
  • Invited keynote speaker in HR track in for the paper titled ‘Repatriation Management: An Overview’ in the International Conference on Managing Change in Business and Economy, 6-7 April 2013, organised by Faculty of Management Studies, Udaipur.
  • State Governor Award from Rajasthan Rajya Bharat Scouts and Guide.
  • Nominated for MTC Global Management Thinkers Award- 2015

Professional Activities and Achievements

  • Speaker in the Small Industrial and Development Campaign of Rajasthan Rajya Bharat Scout and Guide, Baran, Rajasthan.
  • Resource person in Lecturer’s Orientation Programme on Management, Youth Development Council, Govt. JDB Girls College, Kota, Rajasthan
  • Was appreciated by the Baran district administration for Abstract Art Painting Exhibition (9-12 April) on District Foundation Day, 10 April 2010.
  • Achievers award from ICICI PRUDENTIAL Co. Ltd on achieving targets.
  • Stood first in Poster, Poetry and many extracurricular activities at Govt. College, Baran (Raj.) 2002-05.
  • Participated at the state-level Badminton tournament four times.
  • UGC and CBSE NET- Management and Commerce

Other Interests

Writing, Poetry, Yoga and Music

Media articles/blogs

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