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Mukesh Kumar Barua
Mukesh Kumar Barua Associate Professor baruafdm[at]iitr.ac.in 01332285678
Areas of Interest
  • Operations Research, Operations Management, Quality Control, Project Management, Business Statistic, Published several research papers in National and International journals and conferences.
Professional Background
FromToDesignationOrganisation
04-04-2014till dateAssociate ProfessorIndian Institute of Technology Rooorkee
03-12-200903-03-2014Assistant ProfessorIndian Institute of Technology Rooorkee
18-06-200502-12-2009ReaderIndustrial and Production Engineering Department. SGSITS Indore
28-03-200017-06-2005Sr. LecturerIndustrial and Production Engineering Department. SGSITS Indore
27-03-199527-03-2000LecturerIndustrial and Production Engineering Department. SGSITS Indore
Honors and Awards
AwardInstituteYear
MHRD Seconded Visiting Faculty, AIT - BangkokAIT2015
Educational Details
DegreeSubjectUniversityYear
Ph.D.Operations ManagementIIT MADRAS2008
M.TechMechanicalIIT MADRAS1998
B.TechInd.& Prod.SGSITS-INDORE1994
Sponsored Research Projects
TopicFunding AgencyYear
Study of Pharmaceutical Supply ChainDST2014
E-Waste Management Practices and Consequences: A comparative study of India and CanadaGovt of India2017
Women Entrepreneurship Development Through Technology and Training DSIR2014
Participation in seminars
NamePlaceSponsored ByDate
Six Sigma Fundamentals and ApplicationsDepartment of Industrial Engineering and Management, IIT KharagpurDST08/11/2010
Current Management Practices and ApplicationDepartment of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT MadrasDST14/12/1998
Industrial Policy and Development in India: Recent IssuesCentre for Continuing Education (CCE), I.I. Sc. BangloreAICTE04/12/2000
Research Methods and Multivariate Analysis for Marketing DecisionsVellore Institute of Technology, VelloreDST10/03/2006
Pumping System: Performance Testing and Latest Advances Mechanical Engineering Department, SGSITS-IndoreAICTE29/11/1999
Advances in CAD/CAM/CAE (ISTE)Production Engineering Department, SGSITS-Indore DST01/07/2002
Waste Utilization: Emerging Technology and Business opportunities Chemistry Department, SGSITS-IndoreAICTE-ISTE14/12/1999
Product ManagementIndustrial Engineering and Management Department, SGSITS-IndoreAICTE17/07/1995
Memberships
  • GLOGIFT, Life Membership
  • Indian Institution of Industrial Engineering, Life Membership
  • Institution of Engineers (India), Associate Member
  • Indian Society for Training and Development, Life Membership
PHDs Supervised
TopicScholar NameStatus of PHDRegistration Year
Performance Evaluation and Flow Allocation Decision Model For Sustainable Supply ChainSuresh JhakarA2010
Efficiency And Market Return of Banking Sector In India: An Empirical EvaluationDipasha SharmaA2010
HRD climate and occupational self efficacy as predictors of work engagementRicha ChaudharyA2010
General decision making style and need pattern as predictors of team effectivenessNeha VermaA2010
Green Supply Chain Risk ManagementSachin Kumar ManglaO2012
Green Supply Chain ManagementVirendra BalonO2011
Decision Making at Various Stages of Supply Chains of Pharmaceutical IndustryVinayak VishawakarmaO2012
Measurement of supply chain performance in select automotive industries in IndiaRajesh KatiyarO2011
Inventory management of online products Chandra Prakash O2013
Courses or Conferences Organised
Conference NameSponsored ByDate
International Conference on “Research and Sustainable Business" 2014DST and ICSSR08-032014
National conference of the Department of Management Studies, IIT Roorkee, on “Emerging Challenge forGodrej and NTPC 01-06-2012
Refereed Journal Papers

Refereed Journal papers

2017

  1. Katiyar, R., Meena, P. L., Barua, M., Tibrewala, R., & Kumar, G. (2017). Impact of sustainability and manufacturing practices on supply chain performance: Findings from an emerging economy. International Journal of Production Economics.
  2. Gupta, H., & Barua, M. K. (2017). Supplier selection among SMEs on the basis of their green innovation ability using BWM and fuzzy TOPSIS. Journal of Cleaner Production, 152, 242-258. (SCI IF = 5.715).
  3. Gupta, H., Prakash, C., Vishwakarma, V., & Barua, M. K. (2017). Evaluating TQM adoption success factors to improve Indian MSMEs performance using fuzzy DEMATEL approach. International Journal of Productivity and Quality Management, 21(2), 187-202. (SCOPUS)
  4. Gupta, H., & Barua, M. K. (2017). A novel hybrid multi-criteria method for supplier selection among SMEs on the basis of innovation ability. International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications, 1-23. (SSI IF = 1.018)
  5. Katiyar, R., Barua, M. K., & Meena, P. L. (2017). Analysing the Interactions Among the Barriers of Supply Chain Performance Measurement: An ISM with Fuzzy MICMAC Approach. Global Business Review, 0972150917713283. (SCOPUS)

2016

1. Gupta H., Barua M.K. (2016). Identifying enablers of technological innovation for Indian MSMEs using best–worst multi criteria decision making method. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Volume 107, June 2016, Pages 69–79.
2. Gupta, H., & Barua, M. (2016). Fuzzy AHP approach to prioritize enablers of green supply chain management practices: A case study of automotive component supplier. Management Science Letters, 6(7), 487-498.
3. Balon, V., Sharma, AK, Barua, MK. 2016. Assessment of Barriers in Green Supply Chain Management Using ISM: A Case Study of the Automobile Industry in India. Global Business Review February 2016 17: 116-135.
4. Mangla, SK., Kumar P, Barua MK. 2016. An integrated methodology of FTA and fuzzy AHP for risk assessment in green supply chain. International Journal of Operational Research, 25 (1), 77-99.  (Scopus Indexed).
5. Prakash C, Barua M.K. 2016a. An analysis of integrated robust hybrid model for third-party reverse logistics partner selection under fuzzy environment. Resources, Conservation & Recycling 108(2016), 63-81. (SCI Indexed Impact factor 2.56, 5 years Impact Factor 3.280).
6. Prakash C., Barua M.K. 2016b. A combined MCDM approach for evaluation and selection of third-party reverse logistics partner for Indian electronics industry. Sustainable Production and Consumption, 7(2016), 66-78.
7. Prakash C., Barua M.K. (2016c). A robust multi-criteria decision making framework for evaluation of the airport service quality enablers for ranking the airports. Journal of Quality Assurance in Hospitality & Tourism DOI:10.1080/1528008X.2015.1096753, ISSN:  1528-008X.
8. Vishwakarma V., Prakash C, Barua M.K. (2016). Modeling the barriers of Indian Pharmaceutical Supply Chain using fuzzy AHP. International Journal of Operational Research [in press] ISSN:  1745-7645.

2015

9. Prakash C, Barua M.K. (2015a). Integration of AHP-TOPSIS method for prioritizing the solutions of reverse logistics adoption to overcome its barriers under fuzzy environment. Journal of Manufacturing System, 37(2015), 599-615. (SCI Indexed Impact factor 1.682, 5 years Impact Factor 2.078) ISSN: 0278-6125.
10. Prakash C., Barua M.K. (2015b). Flexible Modelling Approach for Evaluating Reverse Logistics Adoption Barriers using Fuzzy AHP and IRP Framework. International Journal of Operational Research [in press] ISSN:  1745-7645.
11. Prakash C., Barua M.K. (2015c). A multi criteria decision making approach for prioritizing reverse logistics adoption barriers under fuzzy environment: Case of Indian electronics industry. Global Business Review [in press] ISSN: 0972-1509.
12. Prakash C., Barua M.K., Balon V. (2015). Prioritizing TQM enablers to improve Indian airlines performance under fuzzy environment.  Industrial Engineering Journal, 8(8), 28-34. ISSN: 0970-2555.
13. Vishwakarma V., Prakash C, Barua M.K. (2015a). A fuzzy-based multi criteria decision making approach for supply chain risk assessment in Indian pharmaceutical industry. International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management [in press] ISSN: 1742-7967.
14. Gupta H., Prakash C, Vishwakarma V., Barua M.K. (2015). Evaluating TQM adoption success factors to improve Indian MSMEs performance using fuzzy DEMATEL approach. International Journal of Productivity and Quality Management [in press] ISSN: 1746-6474.
15. Vishwakarma V., Prakash C, Barua M.K. (2015b). Evaluating quality dimensions under technological integration in pharmaceutical supply chain: A fuzzy MCDM approach. Shodh Ganga Management Journal, Vol.5, No.1, ISSN: 2347-5935, Pg 1-4.
16. Mangla SK., Kumar P, Barua MK. (2015). Risk Analysis in Green Supply Chain Using Fuzzy AHP Approach: a Case Study. Recycling Resources and Conservation 2015; 104, 375-390. (SCI Indexed Impact factor 2.564, 5 years Impact Factor 3.280).
17. Mangla SK, Kumar P, Barua MK. (2015). Prioritizing the Responses to Manage Risks in Green Supply Chain: an Indian Plastic Manufacturer Perspective. Sustainable Production and Consumption- Official Journal of the European Federation of Chemical Engineering Part E, 1 (1), 67- 86.
18. Mangla SK., Kumar P, Barua MK. (2015). A fuzzy DEMATEL Based Approach for Evaluation of Risks in Green Supply Chain, , (in press).
19. Mangla S.K., Kumar P, Barua MK. 2014. Monte Carlo Simulation Based Approach to Manage Risks in Operational Networks in Green Supply Chain Procedia Engineering 97, 2186-2194 (Impact factor 0.629).
20. Mangla SK, Kumar P, Barua MK. (2015). Flexible Decision Modeling for Evaluating the Risks in Green Supply Chain Using Fuzzy AHP and IRP Methodologies. Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management, 16 (1), 19-35. (Scopus Indexed).

2014

  1. Mangla S.K., Kumar P, Barua MK. 2014. Monte Carlo Simulation Based Approach to Manage Risks in Operational Networks in Green Supply Chain Procedia Engineering 97, 2186-2194.
  2. Mangla SK, Kumar P, Barua MK.2014 Flexible Decision Modeling for Evaluating the Risks in Green Supply Chain Using Fuzzy AHP and IRP Methodologies. Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management 2014, pp. 1-17 (doi10.1007/s40171-014-0081-x) (Scopus Indexed).
  3. Mangla, S., Kumar P, Barua MK, 2014. An Evaluation of Attribute for Improving the Green Supply Chain Performance via DEMATEL Method. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering & Robotics Research Special Issue on Recent Advances in Mechanical Engineering - RAME 1 (1), 30-35 (Google Scholar Indexed).
  4. Mangla, SK., Kumar P, Barua MK. 2014. Flexible Decision Approach for Analysing Performance of Sustainable Supply Chains under Risks/Uncertainty. Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management, 15 (2), 113-130. (DOI 10.1007/s40171-014-0059-8). (Scopus Indexed).
  5. Mangla, SK., Kumar P, Barua MK. 2014. An integrated methodology of FTA and fuzzy AHP for risk assessment in green supply chain. International Journal of Operational Research (Scopus Indexed) (in press).
  6. Mangla, SK., Kumar P, Barua MK. 2014. A flexible Decision Framework for Building Risk Mitigation Strategies in Green Supply Chain using SAP-LAP and IRP Approaches. Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management, pp. 1-16. (Scopus Indexed) (DOI: 10.1007/s40171-014-0067-8).
  7. Mangla, SK., Kumar P, Barua MK.  2014. DEMATEL Application to Evaluate Uncertainty for Improving the Green Supply Chain Performance. Industrial Engineering Journal, 7 (4), 6-9.
  8. Katiyar, R., Barua, M.K. and Meena, P.L. (2014), “Modelling the measures of supply chain performance in the Indian automotive industry”, Benchmarking: An International Journal {Forthcoming, Emerald}.
  9. Katiyar, R. and Barua, M.K. (2014), “Modelling the barriers of supply chain performance measurement in the Indian automotive industries”, International Journal of Intercultural Information Management, Vol. 4 No. 1, pp. 51-66.
  10. Mangla, Sachin; Kumar, Pradeep; Barua, Mukesh (2014) ‘Dematel Application To Evaluate Uncertainty For Improving The Green Supply Chain Performance. Industrial Engineering Journal Vol. VII, Issue no. 4, pp 6-9.

    2013
     
  11. Suresh Kumar Jakhara & Mukesh Kumar Barua (2013)  “An integrated model of supply     chain performance evaluation and decision-making using structural equation modelling and fuzzy AHP” Production Planning & Control:The management of Operations, Taylor and Francis,    http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09537287.2013.782616#.UZzjX0pBmFY, pp.1-21
  12. Suresh Kumar Jakhara & Mukesh Kumar Barua (2013) ” Supply chain agility for firms' performance: A study of textile-apparel-retail supply chain network”, International Journal of Agile Systems and Management, http://www.inderscience.com/info/ingeneral/forthcoming.php?jcode=ijasm
  13. Rajesh Katiyar & M K Barua (2013) “Analysis of interactions among the key enablers of supply chain performance measurement in Indian automotive industry”, Industrial Engineering Journal Vol. VI, Issue no. 9.

2012

  1. Aruna Bhat, S. Rangnekar and Mukesh Kumar Barua “Effect of Leadershipship style on Organizational learning in Indian Organizations”, Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management, Sparctus India, pp. 54-75. (published in edited book).
  2. Neha Verama, S. Rangnekar and Mukesh Kumar Barua “The impact of need pattern on Team effectivenss: A study in Indian Perspective”, Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management, New Delhi: Sparctus India, pp. 127-141. (published in edited book).
  3. Verma, N., Rangnekar, S., and Barua, M. K., (2012) “Decision Making Style of Executives in India”, Asia Pacific Journal of Research in business Management, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp. 38-49.
  4. Verma, N., Rangnekar, S., and Barua, M. K. (2012) “Reexamining TEAM (Team Effectiveness Assessment Measure): A study on Indian Executives”, International Journal of Management and Behavioural Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 320-330.
  5. Bhat, A. B., Verma, N., Rangnekar, S., and Barua, M. K. (2012) “Leadership Style and Team Processes as Predictors of Organisational Learning”, Team Performance Management, Emerald Publishing Group. Vol. 18 No. 7/8.
  6. Sharma, D., Sharma, A.K., and Barua, M. K., (2012) “Predicting the probabilities of most and least efficient banks: Data Envelopment analysis and Logit Regression approach”, Asia Pacific Journal of Finance and Risk Management, ISSN No.0976-7185, Vol.3, Number 3, pp. 987-1000.

2011

  1. Verma, N., Rangnekar, S. and Barua, M. K., (2011) “Decision Making Style and Need Pattern as predictors of Team Effectiveness”, International Journal of Management and Social Sciences (IJMSS), Vol 1, No. 1, pp. 23-34.
  2. Verma, N., Rangnekar, S. and Barua, M. K., (2011) “Impact of Need Pattern on Team Effectiveness: A Study in Indian Perspective”, Journal of Management & Public Policy, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 23-35.

2010

  1. Mukesh Kumar Barua, Parag Chaporkar, S. Nagarajan, and R. A. Malairajan, (2010) “Application of Toyota production system for cycle time reduction of Eaton line: a case study”, International Journal of Electronic Customer Relationship Management, Volume 4, Issue 4,  (2010), pp. 415-426.
  2. Mukesh Kumar Barua and Hari Sharan Sahu (2010) “Application of AHP in Career Selection”, Industrial Engineering Journal, Vol. II, Issue No. 11 (2010), pp. 17-21.
  3. Mukesh Kumar Barua, Jyoti Sagar Rao, S. P. Anbuudayasankar and Tom Page (2010) “Measurement of surface roughness through RSM: effect of coated carbide tool on 6061-t4 aluminium”, International J. Enterprise Network Management, Vol. 4, No. 2, 2010, pp. 136-153.

Before 2009

  1. Barua, M. K., Narendran, T. T. and Vijayaraghavan, P. (2006) “Bancassurance in Life Insurance in India: The Brick and Mortar Model”, ICFAI journal of “Risk and Insurance, July 2006, Vol-III, No.3.
  2. Barua, M. K., Narendran, T. T. and Vijayaraghavan, P. (2005) “Integration of ERP-CRM Systems in Supply Chain Management”, SRM Management Digest, April 2005, Vol. 3.
  3. Barua, M. K. and Chitale, A. K. (1998) “Machine Economics and Optimization in Metal Cutting”, Industrial Product Finder, October. 1998, pp. 229-232                        

Conference papers

2015

  1. Prakash C., Mangla S.K., Vishwakarma V., Chauhan D.S., Gupta H., Barua M.K., (2015).  Assessment of critical success factors for adoption of reverse logistics practices in Indian electronics industry, proceedings of the International Conference on Research & Business Sustainability on December, 04-06, 2015 jointly organized by DoMS, IIT   Roorkee & Sheffield Business School, Sheffield UK at IIT Roorkee Greater Noida Campus, ISBN: 978-93-84935-59-7, pg. 757-763.
  2. Prakash C., Barua M.K., Pandya V K. (2015). Barriers analysis for reverse logistics implementation in Indian electronics industry using fuzzy analytic hierarchy process. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 189, 91–102.
  1. Rajesh Katiyar1, and Mukesh Kumar Barua (2015). Emerging Enrollment Trends of Higher Education in USA and India. International Conference on Trends in Economics, Humanities and Management (ICTEHM'15). ISBN 978-93-84422-13-4. March 27-28, 2015 Singapore.

2014

  1. Mangla SK., Kumar P, Barua MK. (2014). Using Monte Carlo Simulation to Manage the Product Recovery Risks in Green Supply Chain, Society of Operations Management (SOM) 2014. December 13-14, 2014. Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India.
  2. Chandra Prakash, Mukesh Kumar Barua, Kaushik V. Pandya. (2014). Barriers analysis for reverse logistics implementation in Indian electronics industry using fuzzy analytic hierarchy process. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences in SOM 2014 held at Department of Management of Management Studies, IIT Roorke Dec 12-14, 2014.
  3. Mangla SK., Kumar P, Barua MK. (2014). Mote Carlo Simulation Based Approach to Manage Risks in Operational Networks in Green Supply Chain, GLOBAL CONGRESS ON MANUFACTURING MANAGEMENT (GCMM-2014) VIT University, Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India, (Scopus Indexed), Dec 8-10, 2014.
  4. Chandra Prakash, Mukesh Kumar Barua, Vinayak Vishwakarma and Virendra Balon. 2014. A Multi Criteria Decision Making Approach to Overcome Its Barriers In Green Supply Chain Management Under Fuzzy Environment, proceeding of the International Conference on Research & Sustainable Business on March, 08-09, 2014 in DoMS, IIT Roorkee ISBN: 9789383842193, pg. 965-976.
  5. Mangla SK., Kumar P, Barua MK. (2014). Evaluating Uncertainty in Enhancing Green Supply Chain Performance using DEMATEL Method. In: Proceedings of International Conference on Research and Sustainable Business, IIT Roorkee, India, 8–10 March, 2014, pp. 887-891.
  6. Mangla SK., Kumar P, Barua MK. (2014). Prioritizing Enablers to Green Supply Chain Management Implementation Using Human Preference Rating, Production and Operations Management Society (POMS), 25th annual international conference, Atlanta, USA, (abstract accepted).
  7. Mangla SK., Kumar P, Barua MK. (2014). Flexible Decision Modeling for Analyzing the Enablers to Enhance the Sustainable Supply Chain Performance, Joint Conference: 7th International Conference on Contemporary Business 2014 & 14th Global Conference on Flexible Systems Management (GLOGIFT 14) Flexible Capacity Building In Asia And The Pacific Curtin Singapore, Singapore, October 16-17, 2014.
  8. Mangla SK., Kumar P, Barua MK. (2014). Managing the Supply Risks in Green Supply Chain using Monte Carlo Simulation, 2014 NITIE POMS International Conference, Mumbai.  Dec 18-21, NITIE, Mumbai, India.

2013

  1. Chandra Prakash, Mukesh Kumar Barua and Rajesh Katiyar (2013), “Optimal Ordering Policy for Deteriorating Items with Learning Effect under Inflationary Environment” . Proceedings of 23rd International Business Research Conference 18 - 20 November, 2013, Marriott Hotel, Melbourne, Australia, ISBN: 978-1-922069-36-8.
  2. Mangla SK., Kumar P, Barua MK. Flexible Decision Modeling for Evaluating Green Supply Chain Risks using Fuzzy AHP Methodology. In: Proceedings of GLOGIFT 13, IIT Delhi, 13–15 Dec, 2013, India, pp. 575-583.
  3. Chandra Prakash, Mukesh Kumar Barua and Vinayak Vishwakarma. Optimal Ordering Policy for Weibull Deteriorating Items of Price Sensitive Demand and Linear Holding Cost under Inflationary Environment, proceeding of 13th Global Conference on Flexible Systems Management on December, 13 – 15, 2013 in DMS, IIT Delhi, New Delhi ISBN: 978-93-83893-00-3, pp 689-696.

2012

  1. Katiyar R., Barua, M. K. and Balon, V. (2012) “Role of Factors Affecting  Indian Automotive Supply Chain”, Full Paper on CD (ISBN No. 978-93-81583-46-3) of National Conference on Emerging Challenges for Sustainable Business, Department of Management Studies, IIT Roorkee,  June 1-2, 2012, pp. 1808-1822.
  2. Balon, V., Sharma, A. K., Barua, M. K. and Katiyar, R. (2012) “A Performance Measurement of Green Supply Chain Management in Indian Auto Industries”, Full Paper on CD (ISBN No. 978-93-81583-46-3) of National Conference on Emerging Challenges for Sustainable Business, Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, June 1-2, 2012, pp. 1563-1569.
  3. Balon, V., Sharma, A. K. and Barua, M. K. (2012) “Green Supply Chain: A Study of Commercial and Non Commercial Vehicles in Select Markets of India”, Fifth Doctoral Theses Conference, IBS Hyderabad, April 2-3, 2012.
  4. Verma, N., Rangnekar, S., and Barua, M. K. (2012) “Is Member Diversity a boon or bane for Team Effectiveness?”, Proceedings of National Conference on Emerging Challenges for Sustainable Business, Excellent Publishing House, New Delhi, Organized by Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, (ISBN - 978-93-81583-46-3), June 1-2, 2012, pp. 938-953.
  5. Verma, N., Rangnekar, S., and Barua, M.K. (2012) “Need Pattern of Indian IT sector Executives: An Empirical analysis in contexts of Indian Economy”, in Aktekin, O., Kutlu, O., Gorgun, H., and Aras, G. (Ed.), ITAM 8 Conference Proceedings, International Conference on IT Applications and Management 2012, June 28-30, Istanbul, Turkey, (ISBN: 978-975-461-485-5), pp. 16-22.
  6. Verma, N., Rangnekar, S., and Barua, M. K. (2012) “Revitalizing Decision-Making from Behavioral Perspectives: An Empirical Study in India”, in Sushil, Chorust, S., and Bieber, R. (Ed.) Proceedings of GLOGIFT-12 July 30-August 1, 2012, University of Vienna, Austria, (ISBN: 978-81-906294-9-2), pp. 246-260.
  7. Verma, N., Rangnekar, S., and Barua, M. K. (2012) “Analyzing Need Pattern to Achieve Organizational Excellence: Study in Indian Contexts”, Proceedings of 2nd National Conference on ‘Business Strategies and Economic Growth: The Way Forward, Excel Publishing House, New Delhi, organized by Poornima Group of Colleges in collaboration with JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. February 17-18, 2012.
  8. Jakhar, S. K. and Barua, M. K. (2012) “Design of performance measurement system for textile and apparel industry supply chain”, National conference on emerging challenges for sustainable, Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, June, 1-2, 2012.
  9. Sharma, A. K., Sharma, D., and Barua, M. K. (2012) “Efficiency and productivity of Indian banks: An application of Data Envelopment Analysis and Tobit Regression.” Full paper published in conference proceedings of National Conference on Emerging challenges for Sustainable Business, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, ISBN No.-978-93-81583-46-3, 2012, pp. 81-90.

2011

  1. Neha Verma, Santosh Rangneka, Mukesh Kumar Barua (2011) “Decision Making Style and Need Pattern as predictors of Team Effectiveness”, 2nd IIMA International Conference on Advanced Data Analysis, Business Analytics and Intelligence. Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, 8-9 January 2011.
  2. Aruna B. Bhat, Santosh, Rangnekar, Mukesh Barua (2011) “Conflict Management and Leadership Style as predictors of oganizational Learning”, 2nd IIMA International Conference on Advanced Data Analysis, Business Analytics and Intelligence. Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, 8-9 January 2011.
  3. Neeraj S., Rangnekar S., Barua M. K. and Rameshawer, R. (2011) “Enterprise: Personality traits as predictors of entrepreneurial orientation among the students of higher technical education in IIT Roorkee: An empirical study”, Ninth Bienniaal Conference on Entrepreneurship, Feb 16-18, 2011, pp. 16.
  4. Katiyar, R. and Barua, M. K. (2011) “A Study on Performance Measures and Metrics in a Supply Chain: A Review”, First National Conference of Research Scholars in Management, ABV-Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh., 2011, page 36.
  5. Katiyar, R. and Barua, M. K. (2011) “A Selective Study of Supply Chain Performance Measurement: Current and Future's Point of View”, Conference on Excellence in Research and Education, Indian Institute of Management Indore, Madhya Pradesh, 2011.
  6. Jakhar, S. K. and Barua, M. K. (2011) “Supply chain management in textile and apparel industry: Issues of performance measurement”, First National Conference of Research Scholar in Management, ABV- Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, Gwalior, 2011.
  7. Jakhar, S. K. and Barua, M. K., (2011) “Analysis of framework for performance measurement of Textile and Apparel industry supply chain”, 3rd Conference on Excellence in Research & Education, Indian Institute of Management, Indore, 2011.
  8. Neha Verma,   Santosh Rangneka, Mukesh Kumar Barua, (2011) “Decision Making Style and Need Pattern as predictors of Team Effectiveness”, 2nd IIMA
    International Conference on Advanced Data Analysis, Business Analytics
    and Intelligence. Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad,
    2011.
  9. Aruna B. Bhat, Santosh, Rangnekar, Mukesh Kumar Barua, (2011) “Conflict Management and Leadership Style as predictors of Organizational Learning”, 2nd IIMA International Conference on Advanced Data Analysis, Business Analytics and Intelligence. Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, 2011.
  10. Bhat, A. B., Rangnekar, S. and Barua, M. (2011) “Effect of Conflict Management on Organisational Learning”, 3rd Conference on Excellence in Research & Education, Indian Institute of Management, Indore, 2011.
  11. Jakhar, S. K. and Barua, M. K. (2011) “Performance measures for the textile-apparel supply chain”, International conference on advances in supply chain and manufacturing management, Department of Industrial Engineering & Management,  Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, December, 16-18.
  12. Sharma, D., Sharma, A. K., and Barua, M. K., (2011) “Impact of Unstable Macroeconomic Environment on Efficiency and Productivity Change of Indian Banking Sector”, Abstract published in proceedings of International conference on Economics and Business: Analysis and Application, organized by Dayalbagh Educational Institute (Deemed University), Agra, India, November 12-13, 2011.
  13. Sharma, D., Sharma, A. K., and Barua, M. K., (2011) “An application of logit analysis to predict efficient banks: An empirical evaluation of Indian banking sector”, Abstract published in the proceedings of Yale – Great Lakes 6th International Research Conference,   organized by Yale- Great lakes Centre for Management Research, Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai, India, December 28, 2011.

2010

  1. Rajesh Katiyar, Rai, L. P. and  Mukesh Kumar Barua (2010) “Growth Pattern of Science and Engineering Education in India”, Abstract Proceedings of International Conference on Development and Applications of Statistics in Emerging areas of Science & Technology (ICDASEAST), Department of Statistics, University of Jammu, December 8-10, 2010, pp.97.

Before 2009

  1. Barua, M. K., Narendran, T. T. and Vijayaraghavan, P. (2003) “Introduction to e-CRM and its Applications”, in a national conference “imaze” organized by International Institute of Professional Studies, IIPS –Indore, October 2003.
  2. Barua, M. K., Narendran, T. T., Vijayaraghavan, P. (2003) “Evolutionary Aspects of Effective Supply Chain Management”, In a national conference organized by Shri. Govindram Seksaria Institute of Management and Research-Indore, November 2003.
  3.  Barua, M. K, Narendran, T. T., Vijayaraghavan P., Ravishankar and Garg V. N. (2004) “Improving the Supply Chain Profitability Through: Forecasting and Inventory Management”, International conference on Responsive Supply Chain and Organizational Competitiveness. Organized by Coimbatore Institute of Technology, and University of Massachusetts, Jan 5-7, 2004.
  4. Barua, M. K., Narendran, T. T., Vijayaraghavan, P., Marwah, A. and Garg, V. N. (2004) “Importance of Information Flow in 3PL: A Case Study”, International conference on Responsive Supply Chain and Organizational Competitiveness, organized by Coimbatore Institute of Technology, and University of Massachusetts, Jan 5-7, 2004.
  5. Barua, M. K., Narendran, T. T. and Vijayaraghavan, P. (2004) “Critical Aspects of CRM: Leading to e-CRM”, 9th international symposium on logistics and global out sourcing, held at IIM Bangalore. Organized by Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore and The University of Nottingham, 11-14 July, 2004.
  6. Barua, M. K., Narendran, T. T., Vijayaraghavan, P. and Singh, S. (2004) “Logistics Information System for Effective CRM”, 2nd International Conference on Logistic and Supply Chain, Organized by PSG Tech, Coibatore and Center of Supply Chain Management Central- Michigan University, USA, 3-5 August 2004.
  7. Barua, M. K., Narendran, T. T. and Vijayaraghavan, P. (2004) “Strategic Fit: Between Competitive and Supply Chain Strategies for Efficiency and Responsiveness”, 6th PIMR National Conference on Enhancing Performance: Agenda for Growth. Organized by Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Jan 30-31, 2004.
  8. Barua, M. K., Narendran T. T. and Vijayaraghavan, P. (2005) “Winning the Trust of Customers Through e- CRM: A Study Reveals Relationship between Growth of LIC and Economic Factors”, International Conference on Insurance and banking organized by Birla Institute of Technology and Management, Noida, Jan. 2005.
  9. Barua, M. K., Narendran, T. T. and Vijayaraghavan, P., (2005) “Impact of regulation on Direct Insurance Broker Channel and Performance and Cost Comparison with Bancassurance and Traditional Channel”, Forth International Business Research Conference.  Organized by World Business Institute, Australia. Dhaka, Bangladesh, 14-15 January, 2007.
  10. Barua, M. K., Narendran, T. T. and Vijayaraghavan, P. (2007) “Marketing of Life Insurance: A Study on Impact of Regulations on Bancassurance & Alternate Channels”, Life Insurance Insights, Life Insurance Corporation of India. Chennai, Feb. 22-24, 2007.
  11. Barua, M. K. and Marwah, A. (2009) “Measuring the Quality of Healthcare Services: Proposed Model for a Private Health Care Facility (Using SERVQUAL)”, Third International Doctoral Thesis Conference. Organized by ICFAI, Hyderabad. March 4-7, 2009.
  12. Barua, M. K., Narendran, T. T. and Vijayaraghavan, P. (2008) “A Study on Awareness and Challenges of Bancassurance and Alternative Channels of Distribution”, Second Doctoral Thesis Conference, Organized by ICFAI –Hyderabad, 7-8 March, 2008.