Dr. Teena Saharan

Dr. Teena Saharan

Assistant Professor - Selection Grade

 B.Sc. (Biology), Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra 

MBA (HR and Marketing Management), Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak, UGC-NET

Ph.D (Management), Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology, Hisar

Area of Specialization

 Human Resource & Organization Behavior

International Journals-

Saharan T., Pasricha S., Changa D. (2016). Validity of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs at Bisleri International. ET Cases, 7 pages, Product code: OB-2-0039, OB-2-0039A.

Saharan Teena, Singh Nidhi (2017) “Consumer Expectations & Involvement in CSR Investment” is accepted in Vision (Sage Publication); (final correction phase).

Saharan Teena, Singh Nidhi (2015). Are Values driving Indian Consumers to Support Firms’ CSR Initiatives? Decision (Springer), 42-(4), 308-316. ISSN: 0304-0941

Saharan Teena (2011). Management Approach and Conditions of Training: A Relative Study of Service and Manufacturing Industries, Vision (Sage Publication), Vol. 15(3), pp. 239-250. ISSN: 0972-2629

Saharan Teena (2010). Training Constraints and Obstacles: A Study of Indian Automobile Industries, International Journal of Research in Commerce and Management, 11(1), pp. 28-47. ISSN 0976-2183

6 Papers are published in National peer reviewed and blind reviewed Journals

International Conferences-

Presented a Case study titled "Validity of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs at Bisleri International" at Global Summit on Management Cases 2015 by IIM Raipur.

Presented a paper titled 'Investigating the factors that contributes most to the virality of a social media video advertisement' at International Conference on Digital Marketing 2016, organized by International Management Institute, New Delhi.

Presented a paper titled “Schwartz’s Human Values and Consumer Purchase Intentions” in the "Global Summit on Corporate Social Responsibility 2015," New Delhi. The Summit was organized by Indian Institute of Management Raipur, Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs Gurgaon and National Law School of India University Bangalore on May 15-16, 2015.

Presented a Paper in International Conference organized by Institute of Management and Technology, Ghaziabad in 2012 on the Topic “Blue Ocean Strategies.”

Presented a paper in 4th National Conference organized by HSB, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology, Hisar  in Feb’2012 on the topic of “Employees’ Perspective on Corporate Training Practices in Indian Organisations:: A Search for Best and Worst Training Practices.” 

Presented a Paper in Eighth International Conference organized by AIMS at IIM, Ahmadabad dated 2nd Jan’11 on the Topic “Influence of Spirituality Training Drivers on Employees’ Spiritual Readiness.”

Presented Paper in Seventh International Conference organized by AIMS at IIM, Bangalore dated 20-23rd Dec’09 on the Topic “Objectives and Methods of Employee Training: A Peep into End User Perspective.”

Presented paper in IHRC-2010 (International Human Resource Conference) organized by IES (Indian Education Society for Research and Management), Mumbai dated 6th Jan’2010 on the Topic “Analyzing Present for Betterment of Future: A Comparative Study.”

Presented 7 research papers in National Conferences & Seminars 


Saharan Teena, Sharma Jyoti (2015). Organizational Culture & Employee Performance: A study of companies situated in Delhi/NCR, Management Perspectives- Advances in Management for Business Excellence, pp. 308-316. ISBN: 978-93-84370-30-9

Saharan Teena, Jafri Saba (2015). Valuation of HRIS Status: an insight of Indian Companies ‘Perspective, Business Management; Excel Books; ISBN: 978-93-5062-001-4 (Paperback).

Punia B.K., Saharan Teena (2012). Human Resource Management in the University System, University Administration and System in India; IK International Publishing House; ISBN: 978-93-81141-69-4 (Hardback).

Punia B.K., Saharan Teena (2012). Employees‘Perspective on Corporate Training Practices in Indian Organizations: a search for Best & Worst Training Practices, Business Management; Excel Books; ISBN: 978-93-5062-001-4 (Paperback).

Book Published  

Industrial Psychology

Industrial Sociology