Dr.Tarun Dhingra

Dr.Tarun Dhingra

Professor

B.Sc (PCM), MJP Rohilkhand University, Bareilly

MBA (Marketing) , MJP Rohilkhand University, Bareilly

UGC-NET in Management,  

Ph.D (Strategic Management), MNNIT, Allahabad

Area of Specialization

Energy Policy, Indian power sector, Renewable energy , low cost carriers(LCC), Business strategy & Functional strategy, Port performance, Strategic CSR

Details of Publications and Research works:

S.No.

Authors

Year of Publication

Title of Paper

Journal

Name

Journal Category

Vol. No. pp.

Impact factor of Journal

1.

R S Velmurugan, Tarun Dhingra

2015

"Maintenance strategy selection and its impact in maintenance function: A conceptual framework"

International Journal of Operations & Production Management     (Emerald), ISSN: 0144-3577

Scopus and in category ‘A’ in ABDC journal list

Vol. 35 Iss: 12, pp.1622 – 1661

Impact Factor: 2.252(Thomson Reuters,Association of Business School (ABS) 4-rated journal

2.

Mani Swaminathan, Dhingra Tarun

December 2013

“Critique of offshore wind energy policies of the UK and Germany—What are the lessons for India”

Energy Policy

(Elsevier), ISSN: 0301-4215.

Scopus and in category ‘A’ in ABDC journal list

Volume 63, Pages 900-909

Impact factor -3.045

Journal h5-index-91

3.

Mani Swaminathan, Dhingra Tarun

August 2013

 “Policies to accelerate growth of offshore wind energy sector in India” in

Renewable and Sustainable energy review (Elsevier), ISSN 1364-0321

Scopus

Volume 24, Pages 473–482

Impact factor- 6.798

Journal h5-index-124

4.

Mani Swaminathan, Dhingra Tarun

May 2013

 “Offshore Wind Energy Policy for India - Key factors to be considered” in (Impact factor of 2.723)

Energy Policy (Elsevier), ISSN 0301-4215.

Scopus and in category ‘A’ in ABDC journal list

Vol. 56, Pages 672–683

Impact factor -3.045

Journal h5-index-91

5.

Mani Swaminathan, Dhingra Tarun

March, 2012

 “Diffusion of Innovation model of Consumer Behaviour – Ideas to accelerate adoption of Renewable Energy sources by Consumer Communities in India” 

Renewable Energy (Elsevier) ISSN 0960-1481.

Scopus

39(1), 2012 pp 162-165

Impact factor of 3.404

Journal h5-index- 75,

 

6.

Dhingra Tarun, Singh Tripti & Sinha Ambalika

2009

 “Location strategy for competitiveness of Special Economic Zones in India- A generic framework”

Competitiveness review: An International Business Journal

ISSN 1059-5422

Scopus

19(4), , 272-289

Journal h5-index- 13

 

 (b) Books Authored/Edited-

 

S. No.

Name of Book

 

Publisher

Year of Publication

 

1.       

 

 Energy Infrastructure and Transportation “Challenges and Way Forward”- Conference Proceedings of International Conference on Management of Infrastructure(ICMI) – 2016

Editor: Dr. Tarun Dhingra, Ph.D.

E-Book

ISBN: 978-194343889-1

2016

Annual Doctoral Colloquium- IIM Ahmedabad, IISC, Bangalore : (Presented as thesis Supervisor & also as Research Scholar)

Bhanu Prakash N, Dhingra Tarun & Raju TB “Measuring Efficiency of Indian Major Ports for Development of Performance Index” accepted for presentation at COSMAR-2015 DMS, IISc, Bangalore scheduled 24 – 26 November, 2015.

The thesis is one of the 22 finally accepted papers, among 33 submitted full-papers from the originally submitted 61 Abstracts.  (As thesis supervisor)

"Velmurugan R S, Dhingra Tarun “Study of Maintenance Strategies & Practices of a large gas utility company- A Case Study Approach” presented in early research proposal category at 6th Doctoral Colloquium, IIM Ahmedabad on 8-9th January, 2013. It received the Best Paper award. (As thesis supervisor)

Mani Swaminathan, Dhingra Tarun “Policies to accelerate the growth offshore wind energy sector in India” presented in 12th Consortium of Students in Management Research (COSMAR), at the Department of Management Studies (DMS), IISc. Bangalore on 16th & 17th November 2012. (As thesis supervisor)

Mani Swaminathan, Dhingra Tarun “Policies to accelerate the growth offshore wind energy sector in India” presented in early research proposal category at 5th Doctoral Colloquium, IIM Ahmedabad on 7th & 8th January 2012. (As thesis supervisor)

Dhingra Tarun, Singh Tripti & Sinha Ambalika “Locational Competitiveness of Special Economic Zones in India with special reference to Textile Industry” presented in advance research proposal category at 3rd Doctoral Colloquium, IIM Ahmedabad on 5-6 January, 2010. (as research scholar).

Received best paper awards twice in conferences of repute at IIMA Doctoral Colloquium at IIM Ahmedabad (January, 2013) and International Conference on Public Policy and Governance IISC, Bangalore (September, 2012). 

ICSSR Doctoral Fellowship :

Received best paper awards twice in conferences of repute at IIMA Doctoral Colloquium at IIM Ahmedabad (January, 2013) and International Conference on Public Policy and Governance IISC, Bangalore (September, 2012). 

Doctoral Thesis Supervision:  Thesis Awarded - 4 Scholar

Dr. S. Mani (AVP, Mahindra Satyam) Title-“Factors to promote offshore wind energy sector in India” awarded in Feb 2013.

Dr. R S Velmurugan (Chief Manager- Training, GAIL) Title- “Study of maintenance strategy & maintenance practices at a large gas utility company in India: A case study approach awarded in June 2015.

Dr. N Bhanu Prakash (Assistant Professor, CoMES, UPES)- “Measuring Efficiency of Indian Major Ports for Development of Performance Index” 

Dr. S B Mitra (GM-Law, GAIL)- “ Human Resource strategy formulation and practices: a case study of large gas utility company in India” 

Synopsis & Abstract Approved- 5 Scholars

Mr. Manish Yadav (Assistant Professor, UPES)- “Critical Success Factors for Sustainability of Low Cost Carrier (LCC) in Indian Market”- Synopsis approved

Mr. Neelesh Kane (AGM-Protection &Testing) Title-“Strategies for sustainability for power utilities in India” Abstract Approved

Mr. Utpal Bhattacharya( Executive Director, CESC Ltd.) – “ Investment decision under uncertainty with special reference to independent power producer in India” Abstract Approved

Ms. Shilpi Mukherjee (Doctoral Research Fellow)- “Restructuring & Reforms of the Indian Power Sector, in view of the Electricity Act 2003 and the Way Forward” Synopsis Approved

Mr. Navdeep Singh (Head CSR & Public Policy-Essar Foundation)- “Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility & Managing Community as Stakeholder to Avoid Company- Community Conflict in Onshore Oil & Gas Sector in India: A Case Study  Approach”   Synopsis Approved. 

Conducted Strategic Management( mainly) & Research methodology classes as part of certified petroleum manager (CPM) & MBA course to more than 500 managers and for 40 man days at various energy companies like IOC, HPCL, BPCL, OIL, GSEB etc. in association with I.S.Pe (Indian School of Petroleum & Energy).