Research and Publication

  • Nagpal, G., Gupta, S. (2022). Multi-period EOQ Model for multi-generation technology products with short product life cycle. International Journal of e-Adoption. (Accepted Manuscript)
  • Nagpal, G., Gupta, S. (2022). Does teaching a course by linking it to other courses in management education help? Evidence from Supply Chain Management course. International Journal of Adult Education and Technology. (Accepted Manuscript)
  • Agarwal, D.K., Gupta, S. (2022). A new theoretical framework of shopping motives and channel preference behaviour in the digital era. International Journal of consumer studies, 1-19.
  • Saxena, A. Saxena, A. Gupta, S. (2020). Factors Affecting the Effective Implementation of MOOCs in India. Global Journal of Enterprise Information System, 12 (4), 25-36
  • Gupta, S. Saxena, A. (2020). An Empirical Investigation on Mitigation of Bullwhip Effect: Practices Perspective. International conference on sustainable, governance and responsibility, VIPS, Delhi.
  • Gupta, S. Saxena, A. (2020). Operations based classification of bullwhip effect. VINC – ICSGR 2020, International conference, Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies.(Winner of Best Paper Award for the session)
  • Goel, S., Mohammad, T., Saxena, A., & Gupta, S. (2020). Countering Bullwhip Effect in Supply Chain Management: A Literature Review. Journal of Supply Chain Management System, 9(1), 14-30
  • Gupta, S. Saxena, A. (2020). An Empirical Investigation on Mitigation of Bullwhip Effect: Practices Perspective. International Journal of Public Sector Performance Management. (Accepted manuscript, In Press)
  • Gupta, S. Saxena, A. (2020). Operations Based Classification of Bullwhip Effect. Journal of modeling in management. https://doi.org/10.1108/JM2-01-2020-0029.
  • Gupta, S. Saxena, A. (2020). Predicting the Impact of Operational and Financial Variables on Bullwhip Effect Using Threshold Regression: Indian Context. Journal of Global Operations and Strategic Sourcing, 13(2), 211-227.
  • Gupta, S. Saxena, A. (2020). The Insights on Marketing Initiatives Impacting the Bullwhip Effect: Sectoral Study. International Journal of Business and Applied Sciences, 9(1), 22-30.
  • Gupta, S. Saxena, A. (2019). Factors Affecting Bullwhip Effect: Indian Sectoral Study. Journal of Supply Chain Management System, 8(3), 1-12.
  • Gupta, S. Saxena, A. (2019). Modeling of Critical Operational Factors for Mitigation of Bullwhip Effect in Supply Chain Management. International Journal of Comparative Management, 2(3/4), 297-328
  • Gupta, S. Saxena, A. (2019). A Study of Change in Bullwhip Effect: An Indian Sectoral Study.
    Journal of Supply Chain Management System, 8(2), 24-31
  • Gupta, S. Saxena, A. (2019). Classification of Operational and Financial Variables Affecting the Bullwhip Effect in Indian Sectors: A Machine Learning Approach. Recent Patents on Computer Science, 12(3), 171-179
  • Gupta, S. Saxena, A. (2019). Factors Affecting Bullwhip Effect: Indian Sectoral Study. Delhi School of Management, Delhi Technological University.
  • Gupta, S. Saxena, A. (2018). Which sector is more prone to bullwhip effect? Glogift’18, International conference held at IIM Lucknow.
  • Sharma, H. Gupta, S. (2018), “Optimizing Next Release of Software: A Quality Perspective”, International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, 120, 6, ISSN 1314-3359, 25-37
  • Anand, R. Gupta, S. (2018), “Audio watermarking with reduced number of random sample”, Handbook of Research on Network Forensics and Analysis Techniques, 20, 372-394. ISSN 1948-9730
  • Bakshi, R. Gupta, S. (2014), “Human Factors Influence Technical Adaptability of Users belonging to different age groups ”, International Journal of Advanced Information Science and Technology, volume 32, number 32, page 42-48, ISSN 2319-2682.
  • Gupta S. (2014), “Mergers and Acquisitions for enhancing supply chain competitiveness”, Journal of Marketing and Operations Management Research, Volume 2, Issue 3, ISSN: 1949- 4912
  • Kumar, S. Gupta S. (2014), “Optimal Software Release Time Policy Using Goal Programming”, International Journal of Computer Applications, Volume 102/Number 9 ISBN: 973-93-80883- 85-7
  • Bakshi, R. Gupta, S. (2014), “Empirical evaluation of human factors that affect design of product”, International Journal of Computer Applications, Volume 79, number 9, page 15-21, ISSN 0975-8887
  • Bakshi, R. Gupta, S. (2014), “A literature review of designing, modality and psychological perspective in human computer interaction”, International Journal of Engineering and Science Invention, volume 3, issue 5, ISSN 2319 – 6734.
  • Chandra, A. Gupta, S. (2014), “Small pockets- Big Target: Capturing children segment: A new mantra for widened market share”, paper presented at 3rd Annual Commerce Convention held at Department of Commerce, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi.
  • Chandra, A. Gupta, S. (2014), “Sachet marketing: combating competition and reaching bottom of pyramid- A study of Delhi/ NCR area”, paper presented at National Conference VINC’14 held at Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies.
  • Mittal, R. Gupta, S., and Pareek, S. (2013), “Pressures, Practices & Performance of Green Supply Chain (A Study in Indian perspective)”, Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business, Vol. 5, No. 5, ISSN 2073 7122,
  • Mittal, R. Gupta, S., and Pareek, S. (2013), “Greening the Supply Chain with Reworked Items”, International Journal of Advancement in Research and Technology, vol. 2, Issue No. 8, ISSN 2278-7763.
  • Mittal, R. Gupta, S., and Pareek, S. (2013), “A note on life cycle analysis of electronic products for exponential demand with negative slope”, International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research, vol. 4, Issue No. 8, ISSN 2229-5518.
  • Kumar, S. and Gupta, S. (2012), “Time Dependent Error Detection Rate: Software Reliability Growth Models V/S Statistical Techniques”, International Journal of Research in Commerce, IT and Management, Vol. 2, Issue No. 7, ISSN 2231-5756.
  • Gupta, S. and Gupta, A. K. (2012), “Mergers and Acquisition: Strategy to Deal with Dynamic Behavior of Supply Chain Management”, Zenith International Journal of Business Economics and Management Research, October 2012. ISSN No: 2249-8826.
  • Vaid, J. and Gupta, S. (2011), “Marketing Strategies for Effective Implementation of Supply Chain Management for Bottom of Pyramid”, Lingaya’s Lalita Devi Journal of Professional Studies, Vol. 1, No 01, 308-324, ISSN no: 2230- 987X.Paper presented at National Conference organized at Lingaya’s Lalita Devi Institute of Management and Sciences.
  • Kumar, S. and Gupta, S. (2011), “Effective Implementation of Supply Chain Management using Management Information System”, “Managing Business Development in Globalized world: strategies for excellence”. ISBN no: 978-817-446-927-4.Paper presented at 4th National Conference organized by Prestige Institute of Management, Dewas, M.P.
  • Gupta, S. and Mishra, P. (2012), “Information Technology: Tool to Mitigate Bullwhip Effect in Management”, International Journal of Management and Information Technology. Vol. 1, No. 3, ISSN no: 2278-5612.
  • Gupta, S. (2012), “Demand Estimation under Push Marketing Strategy: Tool to Mitigate Bullwhip Effect”, International Journal of Research in Commerce and Management, Vol No. 3, Issue no. 3, 93-98, ISSN no: 0976-2183.
  • Gupta, S. (2012), “Retailers Optimal Order Quantity in Case of Deterministic Demand in Supply Chain Management to Reduce the Impact of Bullwhip Effect”, Journal for Practicing Managers, Vol. 2, No 01, 36-42, ISSN 2230-7419.
  • Gupta, S. (2012), “Retailers EOQ for Finite Horizon to Reduce the Impact of Bullwhip effect”, Zenith International Journal of Business Economics and Management Research, Vol.2 Issue 3, 151-164, ISSN 2249 8826.
  • Gupta, S. and Goel, S. (2011),“Retailers Optimal Order Quantity Decision Under the Impact of Push Marketing Strategies to Reduce the Impact of Bullwhip Effect”, Business Competitiveness in the 21st Century: Emerging challenges in a changing global business environment. ISBN no: 978-935-059-034-8. Publisher: McMillan.Paper presented in International Conference ICEMAC 2011, held at Ajay Kumar Garg Institute of Management.
  • Gupta, R.K. and Gupta, S. (2010), “A study of Bullwhip effect in Retail Trade – A case of Delhi Region”, 4th International Conference: Strategies for Management held at Bharti Vidhyapith University, New Delhi.

Book Publication

  • Basics of Quantitative Techniques, Apple Books, ISBN: 978-93-83996-72-8. First Edition 2015

RESEARCH PROJECT

Minor Research Project for Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies on “Human-Computer Interaction”, the project was rated under the category of VERY GOOD.

AWARD & RECOGNITION

Adjudge as Best Faculty in Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies for distinguished service as a teacher in the academic year 2017-18.

Workshops Conducted/Attended

Aug 2019ConductedLive Session on DD Gyan-Darshan on Research Problem in SCM
June 2019AttendedAttended summer school at IIM Indore on large scale optimization techniques during 15-22 June 2019
May 2019ConductedSessions on Research Methods at NIFM, Faridabad for central government administrative officer.
May 2019ConductedFaculty Development program on Business Analytics at PMCC, GGSIPU affiliated institute, Delhi
March 2019ConductedLive Session on FM radio Frequency 105.6, Gyan-wani on Mitigation of Bullwhip Effect in SCM.
June 2018ConductedConducted a Session on Data Analysis in FDP at MAIMS, Delhi.
July 2017AttendedOne week faculty development program on Soft computing techniques at NSIT, Delhi.
May 2017ConductedConducted One week FDP on Research and Consultancy for Teaching and Professional Development at PIMR, GGSIPU affiliated institute
Dec 2016ConductedConducted a work shop on Research Methodology and Data Analysis using SPSS at LLDIMS, GGSIPU affiliated Institute