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Dr. Monica Agarwal

Dr. Monica Agarwal

Associate Professor, Management


An accomplished academician, administrator, trainer and counsellor she specializes in the areas of Human resources & organisational behaviour. Areas of interest include stress management, leadership, student distraction & women empowerment. Has approx. 21 years of teaching, administrative and research experience. Have several research publications in the journals of national and international repute. Attended and participated in various national and international conferences on contemporary issues.

  • Approx 21 Years
  • PhD
  • MBA

  • Swati Bansal, Monica Agarwal, Sandeep K Gupta “A study on education and employability of management graduates in National Capital region Delhi” International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews (e-ISSN 2348-1269 ,vol 6,Issue 2 ,June 2019, UGC approved)
  • Monica Agarwal, Nimmi Agarwal, Saumya Kumar “Job stress in working women” Indian perspective” International journal of multidisciplinary (e-ISSN :2455-3085, volume 4,issue 4,April 2019, UGC Approved Journal)
  • Monica Agarwal, Nimmi Agarwal, Swati Bansal: “Role Demands as A Factor of Stress in Working Women – with Specific Reference to Information Technology” International Journal of Management Studies (Print ISSN: 2249-0302, Online ISSN: 2231-2528, Volume VI, Issue – 1, January 2019. UGC Approved Journal)
  • Swati Bansal, Monica Agarwal: A Study of Gap analysis between industry expectations and student output- with reference to management graduates ( Review of business and technology research ,Vol 14, No. 2, Dec 2017 1941-9414)
  • Monica Agarwal, Santhi Narayanan,  Daleep Parimoo : Task demand as a factor causing job stress—a study of working women of it sector using in national capital region of Delhi”  (International Journal of research in commerce & management.” Volume no. 4 , issue no. 09 , September 2014 ISSN 0976-2183
  • Monica Agarwal, Santhi Narayanan, Ajai Vir Jain  :Career growth demands as a factor of stress in working women in Delhi-NCR- an empirical study (Asian Journal of Research in Business Economics and Management Vol. 4, No. 8, August 2014, pp. 179-193. ISSN 2249-7307)
  • Monica Agarwal, Santhi Narayanan : An empirical study of organizational factors influencing stress formation among working women in IT sector of Noida-Greater Noida region of NCR-New Delhi (IJCSMR vol2 issue 2feb2013)


  • Swati Bansal; Monica Agarwal: Impact of Digitalization:  Enhancing the Employability Skills of management graduated: The future of learning conference 2018: Pedagogy, policy and technology in a digital world: IIM B Jan 2018.
  • Monica Agarwal, Nimmi Agarwal, Swati Bansal: Job stress in working women- Need for adequate female friendly policies presented and published in 3rd international conference on advances in management & decision sciences Dec 2017,ISBN: 978-93-86238-40-5
  • Monica Agarwal, Ankur Agarwal: Stress in returning mothers: A myth or reality A case study presented and published in 2nd in international case conclave GD Goenka University,  September 2015
  • Monica Agarwal, Santhi Narayanan, Nimmi Agarwal: Organizational strategies to combat stress of returning mothers in India-A critical analysis (International journal of academic proceedings ISSN 2164-263X (Nov. 2012).Also presented in its Singapore conference.
  • “Impact of Work Values on Employee Engagement” Nimmi Agarwal & Monica Agarwal. Presented at the 13th Biennial Conference 2012 for the International Society for the Study of Work and Organizational Values at Goa University, Goa on 24-27 June 2012. Also paper published in the proceedings in the form of e-journal ISBN: 978-0-9817997-2-8
  • Monica Agarwal, Nimmi Agarwal: Developing Target Capabilities & Knowledge For Management Students. Presented at national Seminar at JK Padampat Singhania Institute of management & technology Gurgaon on 26th march 2010.Also published in its proceedings.
  • Nimmi Agarwal, Monica Agarwal, Nipun Tyagi, Leadership And People Productivity Abstract Published in BIT Noida National management souvenir 2010
  • Nimmi Agarwal, Monica Agarwal, Nipun Tyagi, Human Resource Management: Challenges & Oppourtunity In The Changing Global Business Scenario Presented at GNIT Conference 28-29 Nov. 2009. Also published in its proceedings.


  • Swati Bansal, Monica Agarwal“ Gap between education and industrial expectations of management graduates “ Reinventing Human resource Management ISBN-978-81-939342-3-4 Jan 2019
  • Swati Bansal, Monica Agarwal “Study of education and employability in Management education” Management thought and action  ISBN-978-81-85495-39-3 Aug,2019


  • Completed HR analytics executive education programme from IIM Rohtak in Feb2020
  • Completed one week FDP on ICT Tools for teaching, learning process & Institutes organized by Electronics and ICT academies at NIIT Patna, IIT Gauwhati   and Sharda University in Jan 2020
  • Completed three-day workshop on “Management Research in The Indian Context”: Opportunities and challenges in Jan ‘2019 at IIM Ahmadabad
  • Completed two days workshop on “Skill Development to Build a Clean India” organized by Deshbandhu College, University of Delhi on 7th & 8th June 2018.
  • Completed 40-70 hours MOOC “Inspired leadership ” (course era) from Case western university on 14 th august 2017
  • Completed 5 days FDP on advance certificate in higher education faculty career orientation and advancement from 23-27th May 2017 organized by CEGR
  • Completed 5 days FDP On “Innovative approaches in Management Teaching” from Jan 2-7 , 2017 organized by SBS, Sharda University.
  • Completed FDP on Research methods SPSS & thesis writing in July 2012 organized by Global Development Foundation., Dwarka New Delhi

Area of Interest

  • Stress Management
  • Leadership
  • Student distraction
  • Women empowerment
  • Cross cultural diversity