Dr. Sangeeta Chopra

Dr. Sangeeta Chopra

Educational Qualifications
Ph.D.(A.M.U.) on ‘Variable Compensation
PG Diploma in Training and Development (ISTD) Delhi (2nd Rank All India, Silver Medalist)
PGDBM HR & OB (3rd Rank)
B.B.S. (Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, Delhi University)
Over 20 years of experience in the area of Human Resource Management, Organisation Behaviour, Business Communication and Training. Experience of Corporate HR, Behavioural Training, Teaching (HRM, OB, Ethics, Behavioural Science, Business Communication & skill training), External Examiner, Quality Accreditation, Academic Administration, Research, Review and Editing. Worked in the capacity of Dean of Undergraduate and Postgraduate Management Programmes interfacing with Foreign Partner Business Schools. Presented and published papers on ‘Compensation Management’, apart from writing for leading dailies like HT and TOI. Competency in spoken/written communication and report writing.

Research Interests
Compensation Management, particularly ‘Variable Compensation’.

Teaching Interests
Human Resource Management, Organisation Behaviour, Organisation Development, General Management, Written Communication, Business Ethics.

Courses Taught
Human Resource Management, Organisation Behaviour, Organisation Development, Management, Written Analysis and Communication, Business Ethics, Managerial Skills, Training & Development and Performance Management.

Professional Activity
Training sessions for IPS officers, IRFC Officers & Staff, Afghan Ministry and NGO sector, Engineers India Limited (EIL) Middle Managers, Airport Authority of India (AAI) Executives, Gas Authority of India Limited (GAIL) Senior Executives, NTPC Executives and LIC agents. Topics include: Human Resource Management, Understanding Self, Time Management, Conflict resolution, Interpersonal Relationship, Relationship management, Influencing Stakeholders, Written communication skills, and Behavioural training (workshops for Chartered Accountants, Engineering students, Law graduates, MBA students, on GD and Interview preparation)

  • Presented paper “Variable Pay – Conceptual Dimensions and a Study of its Impact on Performance” at the One Day International Conference on ‘People Analytics and Future of Work’ held at New Delhi Institute of Management, on 23rd January 2018.
  • Presented paper “A study of impact of Variable pay component of compensation on performance” at the 3rd International Management Conference on “Inclusive Growth, Good Governance, Globalization and Green Future” organized by Fortune Institute of International Business, New Delhi, held on 19-20 December 2017.
  • Publication – Chopra, S. (2017). A Study of Impact of Variable pay component of compensation on performance. In A.K. Sinha et al. (Ed.), Management in the New Millennium (pp. 145 – 155). New Delhi, India : Bloomsbury India.
  • Editorial "Management Education - Future direction" published in Management and Change, 2016, Vol.20 (1& 2).
  • Paper "Impact of Variable pay on performance : An Empirical Study" published in Management and Change, 2016, Vol. 20 (1 & 2).
  • Editorial "Management Education" published in Management and Change, 2012, Vol. 16 (1& 2).
  • Paper 'A study of training system at GHCL' published in Indian Journal for Training & Development, XXXII : 4 Oct - Sept (2002).
  • Paper 'A study of training system at GHCL' published as a chapter in book "Training and Development, Trends and Experiences'', published by ICFAI Books, The ICFAI University, Edited by Sumati Reddy, in Year 2004.
  • Presented paper “Transition from Incentives to Variable Pay systems – A characteristically unclear changeover” at the '8th AIMS International Conference on Management', Jan 2011, at IIM Ahmedabad. Paper published in the 'Conference Proceedings' titled 'Management Education in 2020 : Issues, Challenges and Opportunities' in 2011.
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