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Dr. Nandini Biswas

Assistant Professor -Humanities

Interest Area(s)

  • Organisational psychology
  • Media Psychology
  • Indian Psychology

Dr. Nandini is an Organisational Psychologist. She earned her PhD in the area of Knowledge Sharing from the University of Calcutta. Dr. Nandini is an experienced human resource consultant and organisation development specialist. She switched to academics after years of consulting experience.

  • Ph.D in Psychology from the University of Calcutta in 2019
  • Master of Science in Psychology from the University of Calcutta in 2000
  • Acharya in Sanskrit Literature (equivalent to M.A.) from Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan (Deemed University under the MHRD) in 2018
  • Bachelor of Science (Psychology Hons.) from the University of Calcutta in 1998 
  • Bachelor of Education (Special Education) from Netaji Subhas Open University in 2008
  • Work experience in academics - 3 years
  • Industry experience - 10 years
  • Employed as an Assistant Professor in Psychology with K.R.Mangalam University since March, 2021
  • Worked as an Assistant Professor in Psychology at Manav Rachna University (February, 2020 - November, 2020)
  • Worked as a Lecturer (ad-hoc) in Psychology at the University of Calcutta (Academic Year 2002-2003)
  • Worked as an Organisational Psychologist and Human Resource Consultant with multiple organisations between 2002 to 2013
  • Knowledge Sharing
  • Media behaviour
  • Presented paper in the National Conference on “Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Recent Advances in Research, Policies and Practices”  on 30th & 31st March 2021
  • Presented paper in the 3rd International Conference on   "Embracing change and Transformation – Breakthrough Innovation and Creativity” organized by K.R.Mangalam University on 11th -12th June'2021
  • Biswas, N., & Guha, R. (2017). Why should I share: A study of knowledge sharing in the Indian context. The International Journal of Indian Psychology, 4(4), 177-190. DIP:18.01.158/20170404, DOI:10.25215/0404.158
  • Biswas, N., & Banerjee, M. (2019). Minority dissent and knowledge sharing: building the case for discrepant knowledge sharing in problem solving teams. The International Journal of Indian Psychology, 7(3), 750-760. DIP: 18.01.081/20190703, DOI: 10.25215/0703.081