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Dr. Toran Talwar

Assistant Professor, Humanities and Social Sciences

toran.talwar@sharda.ac.in

About

Dr Toran Talwar is an Assistant Professor of Psychology in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences. She has had teaching experience for around fifteen years. Prior to Sharda, Dr Toran Talwar had been associated with Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Off-Campus Centre for seven years as a facilitator and three years with I.T.S Engineering College, Greater Noida. She teaches research methodology and statistics to undergraduates and doctoral program students. Her research areas are cognitive science, organizational behaviour, human resource management, human values, and professional ethics. Her publications include book chapters and research articles.

Dr Toran Talwar graduated from Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Agra, with a Master's in Psychology. She was awarded the director's medal for securing the highest marks at both graduation and post-graduation levels. She is UGC NET qualified and is passionate about teaching. In addition, she enjoys good music, baking cakes and socializing with friends.

Under her guidance, a few undergraduates presented their papers at an international conference, published their articles in the editor's book, and contributed to "Gender Equity: Challenges and Opportunities" (ISBN 978-981-19-0459-2) by Springer Nature.

 

Experience
  • 15 Years
Qualification
  • Doctorate in Psychology
  • UGC NET Qualified
Award & Recognition

  • Directors Medal (Topper) for Graduation and Post Graduation at Dayalbagh Educational Institute.

Research

  • Kaushal, U. & Talwar, Toran. (2022). Exploring the communication skills of Indian engineering undergraduates: a partial ethnographic study. Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning, Vol. 12 No. 2, pp. 256-270. https://doi.org/10.1108/HESWBL-09-2020-0217
  • Talwar, Toran. (2020). Supportive Leader as a Predictor Change Readiness. Anveshak: International Journal of Management, 9 (2), 71-92. ISSN: 2350-0794. 10.15410/aijm/2020/v9i2/155637
  • Sinha, S.P., Talwar, Toran, & Rajpal, Reema (2002). A correlational study of organizational commitment, self-efficacy and psychological barriers to technological change. Psychologia:  An International Journal of psychology in the orient. 45(3), 176-183. https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/psysoc/45/3/45_3_176/_pdf

Certifications

Memberships:

  • The National Academy of Psychology (NAOP), India.
  • Life member of Gyan Adhyayan Parampara Trust (Regd. No. 22168)
  • American Psychological Association (Membership Number – C2001874728)

Area of Interest

  • Cognitive psychology
  • Organizational Behaviour
  • Human resource management