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Arup Barman

  • Dr.
  • Reader
  • Assam University, Silchar (India)
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Global Journal of Commerce & Management Perspective

Member in Editorial Board

2010 - Present


Member in Review Board

2010 - Present

Recent publications

  • Venture Management Firms (VMF) - How VMF Serves Entrepreneurs of High Growth Firms?

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  • Whither Indian Management Institutions are Globally Responsive?

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Professional experience


Assam University, Silchar (India)

November 2008 - Present


Pandu College, Guwahati

July 1997 - December 1998(a year)


M-Com, Ph.D. PGDipT&D,

Assam University, Silchar (India)

July 2006 - Present

Post Doctoral Research Award

Assam University, Silchasr

July 2009 - August 2011(2 years)


Reader in the Department of Business Administration, Assam University, Silchar (Assam), India. He is a recipient of Post Doctoral Research Award-2009 from SAB, UGC. He did his Ph.D. (2007), PGDip.TD (2002) and M.Com-1996 and joined as an assistant professor in the department. He is an Accredited Management Teacher (AMT) of AIMA, New Delhi. He is a Fellow of Indian Society for Business Management, Chennai; Fellow of Hind Agri-Horticultural Society (FHAS), Associate of Indian Society of Applied Behaviour; a visiting Associate of Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla. Dr. Barman has 45 numbers of research papers in his credit and attended 12 numbers of international conferences. His main area of research interest is HRD, Application of I-TRIZ, and International HRM and HRD, Community HRD Programs. Dr. Barman is a nominated member of Working Group on Developing Guidelines for Academic Institutions in Implementing the Principles of the United Nations Global Compact project working along with the 14 other researchers under the leadership of Vice Chancellor for Global Affairs, State University, New Work and the Sr. Advisor on Academic Affairs to United Nations Global Compact Office.


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