Dr. Anvay Bhargava

Assistant Professor

Email: anvay.bhargava@jaipuria.ac.in
Location: Jaipuria Jaipur


Leadership, Change management, Learning, Behavioral issues

Organization Behavior, Human Resource Management, Learning & Development, Talent Acquisition, Performance Management and HR Analytics

Dr. Anvay Bhargava has completed his doctorate from MDS University, Ajmer in Management, MBA from R. A. Podar Institute of Management Jaipur, B.Arch. from NIT, Bhopal and has also qualified UGC-NET in management. He has worked with organizations like Canfin Homes Ltd and Indal Hydro Ext. Ltd. and has about 7 years of corporate and more than 16 years of academic experience. He has to his credit a number of research papers in journals of repute and paper presentations in national and international conferences on various themes like Leadership, Ethics, Creativity, training, behavior, etc. He has been involved in training programs with Chartered Accountants at Udaipur, MICO BOSCH at Jaipur, Hotel Clarks Amer, Ginni International, Neemrana, Royal Institute of Bhutan, Au Small Bank, Awaas Financiers, NHPC, and Power Grid.

His areas of teaching include Organization Behavior, Human Resource Management, Learning & Development, Talent Acquisition, Performance Management, and HR Analytics. He is also certified as an “Entrepreneurship Educator” by NEN (National Entrepreneurship Network, Wadhwani Group, India). He is currently chair of the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Cell and Convener of Institute Innovation Council (IIC) at Jaipuria, Jaipur.

Dr. Bhargava has been a recipient of  “Dainik Bhaskar Teacher Award” for the year 2006, organized by Dainik Bhaskar Group in Udaipur,  “Management Excellence Award” for the year 2008, organized by Udaipur Management Association, Udaipur and “Best faculty award for research” by Jaipuria Institute of Management for the academic year 2017-18.

Dr. Bhargava is an internationally accredited PPA assessor of Thomas Assessments and has also undergone analytics training from IBM and is running his own youtube channel, ‘Learn HR with Anvay’.

Presently, he is working with Jaipuria Institute of Management, which is India's amongst best colleges for MBA in Jaipur, Rajasthan as an Assistant Professor.


My teaching philosophy for the academic year 2018-19 would stay to be student centric, largely guided the principles of OBE. I would be critically analyzing the outcome of all the tools and techniques applied in class and beyond class learning. My objectives would be further guided by Program learning outcomes and graduate attributes that we endeavor to deliver.

To foster critical thinking skills, I would focus on small problems or caselets and would initiate more online discussion forums, maybe on LMS or online as per the comfort of the students. I would focus on developing these problems myself and as in the past use them in the classes, followed by the student feedback. The use of flipped videos would increase and I plan to post some of these videos on youtube as desired by students. The students have found this mode very useful and basic concepts should be ideally delivered on videos.

Furthermore, my overall teaching philosophy is based on two principles, i.e. active student learning through the learning construct they prefer and highly objective assessment procedures. I wish to work further on developing better rubrics for assessments.

New knowledge comes through research only and I would endeavor to bring more research based assignments and development of research papers as assignments, following plagiarism policy.

The pedagogic activities should empower the students to take ownership of their education and realize that they are responsible for their learning outcomes. The effectiveness of beyond classroom learning would be a major focus this year.

I understand that I have a lot to learn from my colleagues and students. I look forward to continue teaching, research and learning from my students and colleagues.

Dr. Anvay Bhargava
Faculty, HR Area

  1. Bhargava, A. (2021). Impact of Management Education on Personality of Management Graduates. Psychology and Education Journal 58 (5), 1352-1359.
  2. Bhargava, A. & Bhargava, A. (2020). Exploring Impact of Engineering Background on Employability of Management Candidates. Test Engineering & Management 83 (May-June 2020), 6043-6052.
  3. Bhargava, A. (2018). Exploring the current skills required by recruiters for Marketing profiles. DAV Research Journal 3(1), 23-31. (published by DAV Business School, Kathmandu, Nepal).
  4. Bhargava, A. & Batish, D. (2018). Impact of training on the employee’s performance from pharmaceutical sector. IFIM’s FOCUS, International Journal of Management, 13(2), 15-19.
  5. Bhargava, A. (2018). A study on the role of mobile technology on organizational effectiveness. International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics (IJPAM), 118(15), 97-101.
  6. Bhargava, A. (2016). E-recruitment: An alternative to traditional recruitment. Oorja - Journal of Management, 14(1&2), 5-11.
  7. Bhargava, A. (2014). Ethical Leadership: The role model way. Pragyaa- Journal of Management, 5(1), 35-42.

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