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Gyanesh Jain

Dr Gyanesh Jain

Gyanesh Jain
Dr Gyanesh Jain’s doctoral thesis focusses on the predictive analytics of commodity derivatives in India. He has been working in the fields of econometrics, machine learning and deep learning. Dr Jain has applied for a patent titled “A method for investigating the manipulated financial statements of aviation company.”

Dr Jain has been a consultant on various projects for corporates and the government, where his expertise in the optimisation of resources and data analytics were commended by the experts. The results of one such project was published by Harvard Publications.

Dr Jain has helped various industry professionals to upskill in the field of data science and analytics. As NU faculty, he has worked with corporates such as Coforge Ltd., ICICI Bank, Prudential, WNS Analytics and Axis Bank. He also coordinates NU’s Industry-linked programme, which is in collaboration with Coforge Pvt Ltd.

Dr Jain is also the coordinator of NU Gamers Club.

Qualifications

  • Post Graduate Diploma (Business Analytics and Intelligence), IIM Bangalore
  • PhD (Predictive Analytics of Commodity Derivatives), University of Lucknow
  • MBA (Finance and Control)
  • B. Pharma

Experience

  • 5 years

Courses taught

  • Machine Learning
  • Financial Management
  • Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
  • Statistics
  • Deep Learning
  • Programming for Analytics
  • Programming with R
  • Predictive Analysis
  • Spreadsheet Modelling
  • Indian Financial System

Research areas

  • Volatility Modelling
  • Timeseries Modelling
  • Financial Analytics
  • Anomaly Detection
  • Distance-based Clustering and Classification

Consulting areas

  • Business Analytics
  • Failure Prediction
  • Upsell and Crosssell Modelling
  • Portfolio Management
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Selected Publications

  • P. Goyal, P. Kapoor, G. Jain, A. Sethia and D. K. U. Krishnan, “Champo Carpets: Improving Business-to-Business Sales Using Machine Learning Algorithms,” Harvard Business Publication Education, 2021.
  • Chaturvedi, S. Kalyani and G. Jain, “Reliability and Effectiveness of Indian COVID-19 Mobile Apps,” Journal of Critical Reviews, vol. 7, no. 14, pp. 1296-1305, 2020.
  • G. Jain, N. Kumar, “An Event study analysis of the merger of SEBI and Forward Market Commission,” Pramana Research Journal, vol. 8, no.12, pp. 2249-2976, 2019.
  • G. Jain and N. Kumar, “A Comparative Study of the Determinants affecting the formation of Commodity Derivative Indices,” International Journal of Trade and Commerce, vol. 3, no.12, 2016, pp. 54-69, 2016.
  • G. Jain, A. Dutta and S. Kalyani, “Understanding Effective Use of Colors in Print and Social Media Advertisement – Pre and Post Covid Scenario,” in Covid-19: Implications for Commerce and Management, Economy and Information Technology, Germany: Weser Publishers, 2021, ch. 9, pp. 59-70.

Research Papers

  • P. Goyal, P. Kapoor, G. Jain, A. Sethia, and D. K. U. Krishnan, “Champo carpets: Improving business-to-business sales using machine learning algorithms,” Harvard Business Publication Education, 2021. [Online]. https://hbsp.harvard.edu/product/IMB879-PDF-ENG?Ntt=Champo%20Carpets%3A%20Impro%E2%80%A6
  • Chaturvedi, S. Kalyani, and G. Jain, “Reliability and effectiveness of Indian COVID-19 mobile apps,” Journal of Critical Reviews, vol. 7, no. 14, pp. 1296-1305, 2020.
  • G. Jain and N. Kumar, “An event study analysis of the merger of SEBI and Forward Market Commission,” Pramana Research Journal, vol. 8, no.12, pp. 2249-2976, 2019.
  • G. Jain and N. Kumar, “A comparative study of the determinants affecting the formation of commodity derivative indices,” International Journal of Trade and Commerce, vol. 3, no.12, pp. 54-69, 2016.

Book Chapters

  • G. Jain, A. Dutta and S. Kalyani, “Understanding Effective Use of Colors in Print and Social Media Advertisement – Pre and Post Covid Scenario,” in Covid-19: Implications for Commerce and Management, Economy and Information Technology, Germany: Weser Publishers, 2021, ch. 9, pp. 59-70.
  • G. Jain, “Role and Scope of Digitalization of Government Services in Equitable and Sustainable Development of Rural Economies,” in Rural Development in Bhutan- Prospects and Challenges, vol. II, Bhutan: Royal University of Bhutan, 2015, ch. 13, pp. 37-39.

Conferences papers

  • G. Jain, “Volatility of oil prices and its spillover effects on currency and bond yields,” in International Conference on Changing Paradigm of Management Practices and Sustainable Development, 2015, pp. 45-50.
  • G. Jain and T. Pant, “Do Online Channels Enhance Profits in Financial Institutions: Evidence from Indian Life Insurance Sectors?”, in International Conference on Business Management: Digital Disruptions, 2019, pp. 117-118.
  • G. Jain, U. Siddiqui and S. Bapat, “Merger Induced Volatility changes: Evidence from the Indian Banking Sector, ” in Annual Conference for Banking and Financial Perspectives, 2021, pp. 17-18.
  • G. Jain and S. Kalyani, “Monitoring Bubbles and Crises in Cryptocurrenncy,” 28th International Economic Conference of sibiu – iecs 2021, 2021, pp. 13-14.
  • G. Jain, “Analysis of Structural Breaks in Stock Returns and volumes in Indian Stock Markets: Pre and Post Covid Era,” in Entente-2021, 2021.

Articles

  • G. Jain, “Indian ITES, Boost to IPOs,” The Global Analyst, pp. 56 -58, Jul. 2021.
  • G. Jain, “Indian IT,” The Global Analyst, pp. 56-58, Jan. 2021.
  • G. Jain, “Machine Learning Emerging Trends,” The Global Analyst, pp. 45-48, Jan. 2020.
  • G. Jain, “Financial Services in Digital Era,” The Global Analyst, pp. 52-58, Nov. 2019.
  • G. Jain, “Gold Soaring Prices and Softening Demands,” The Global Analyst, pp. 32-38, Sept. 2019.
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Everything that I learned at Kempbelle University really helped put me above the competition in the field of business management.

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