Dr. Roopali Fulzele is working as an Assistant Professor (HR & OB) in School of Business Studies (SBS), Sharda University. She is a dedicated and passionate faculty with evenly blended experience in industry and academia over the span of 10 years. Her qualification and work experience in IT and Management enhanced her ability to do research in the area of Knowledge Management and ICT in Recruitment, Selection and Training Processes from SGB Amravati University (NAAC Accredited Grade-A). She is also UGC-NET qualified in Management.
She is a member of many school level committees and cells like Admission Cell, Cultural Club, Diversity Club, etc. Currently, she is heading International Students Affair and Linkages (ISAL) Cell as a Chairperson at School of Business Studies (SBS), Sharda University. She has coordinated with many International Universities for Student and Faculty Exchange Programmes. Some of them include:
- University of Almeria, Spain;
- University of Ljubljana, Slovenia;
- University of Applied Sciences, Bremerhaven
- University of Dubrovnik, Croatia
- United International University (UIU), Bangladesh
During pandemic, she has coordinated Online Faculty Exchange Program with United International University (UIU), Bangladesh successfully and currently working on Joint Research Collaboration with UIU, Bangladesh.
Addition, to this she is an active member of MDP Cell, SBS and has organized as well as delivered sessions in many MDPs, FDP and workshops on Yoga and Meditation for different organizations. Moreover, as a trainer, she has also imparted training to national and international students on Personality Development, Soft Skills, Time Management, Yoga and Meditation. Her current areas of interest for training and consultancy include personality development, team building, ICT, employee well-being.
She has published her work in Scopus indexed, UGC-Care journals and other academic journals as well as participated in conferences at national and international platforms. Her one of the publications titled “Innovative Human Resource Practices during COVID-19” has been awarded as the Best Paper Award in an international conference organized by Parul University. Her inclination towards inventions has encouraged her to publish 5 patents and 3 copyrights whereas few are in pipeline. Since, being instrumental, she has earned diverse experience in Livelihood Enhancement Projects of Mon Ami Foundation and mentored its self-help group women during COVID-19. Recently, her blog titled “A sustainable path to digital transformation: The success story of Sharda University” has been published on QS I-Gauge (Indian Education Rating Platform).