Tushar Marwaha, MBA

Mr. Tushar Marwaha, MBA

Areas of Expertise

  • Corporate Strategies
  • West Asian Region
  • MNCs operating in Asia and Africa
  • Bottom of the Pyramid

Tushar Marwaha, MBA

Assistant Professor

Knowledge in Management means a multi-disciplinary, multi-faceted, globally aware outlook to and on life

Biography

Tushar Marwaha is an Assistant Professor at Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies (University of Delhi). Having over 11 years of experience in teaching at UG and PG level in the domains of Strategy, Marketing and Business Communication, he currently teaches UG courses in International Marketing and Corporate Strategy and a PG course in Leadership at the University of Delhi and serves as a Director with his college Incubation Centre, SIIF (SSCBS Innovation and Incubation Foundation). He has previously worked with IMT Centre of Distance Learning, Ghaziabad and Kotak Mahindra Bank, Delhi and on projects with Citibank, India. An enthusiastic reader and an avid follower of international affairs and corporate activities, he strongly preaches and practices the pursuit of multi-faceted knowledge at a global level.

Education

  • MA Political Science, IGNOU, Pursuing
  • UGC-NET, 2012
  • MA English, IGNOU, 2008
  • MBA (PGDBM/MBA), IMT Ghaziabad, 2007
  • BA (Hons) English, Ranjas College, University of Delhi, 2005

Publications

  • Marwaha, T. (2019). “Problems being encountered while promoting Entrepreneurship amongst (under graduate) students in Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, University of Delhi.”, NOLEGEIN Journal of Entrepreneurship Planning, Development and Management, 2 (2), pp. 24-35. ISSN=2581-3900.
  • Marwaha, T. (2017). Studying the ICT Skills Level in students enrolled in IMT-CDL’s Online Courses. Eduspectra: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Research and Education (a UGC recognized peer-reviewed national journal of the Army Institute of Education, G. Noida) Greater Noida, India. 3 (2017). pp. 14-38. ISSN=2394-9430.
  • Marwaha, T. (2016). Factors that have influenced the current education system in India and how this is affecting the teaching of under-graduate management students in the University of Delhi. In Indian and Western Knowledge Traditions: Singh, G. et al eds. New Delhi, India. Shivalik Prakashan, pp. 212-230. ISBN = 978-9385144-82-0.
  • Marwaha, T. (2013). Using social media tools for enhancing student--institution interaction. A study at an Indian distance learning institute. International Journal of Innovation in Education, 2 (1), pp. 33--53. ISSN = 1755-151X
  • Gupta, P., Singh, B. and Marwaha, T. (2013). Relationship between Social Media and Academic Performance in Distance Education. Universal Journal of Educational Research, [online] 1(3), pp.185-190. ISSN: 2332-3205 (Print) ISSN: 2332-3213 (Online).
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