Dr.

Dr. Monika Agrawal

Assistant Professor

CONTACT
Location: Jaipuria Indore

RESEARCH AREAS

Work-life balance, Quantitative studies, Police stress

TEACHING AREAS
HR/OB

Ph.D., UGC-NET HRM (2015)

Academics: Taught graduate and post-graduate students of Engineering and Management in both state affiliated colleges and private universities of repute. Was a Guest faculty in TERI-SAS, New Delhi.

Mahajan, R., Kumar, S., and Agrawal, M. “Evaluation of Online Teaching Effectiveness in the Covid Era: Lessons from Indian Universities”, Global Business and Organisational Excellence (SCOPUS Indexed).

Book Chapter “Women empowerment in India: Are we on the right track” in the book ICT as driver of Women’s Social and Economic Development in IGI global in production.

Agrawal, M. and Mahajan, R. (2022), "The relationship between family cohesion, family-work conflict, enrichment and psychological health of Indian police", Policing: An International Journal,https://doi.org/10.1108/PIJPSM-02-2022-0028 .

Agrawal, M., & Mahajan, R. (2022). The influence of distributive and procedural justice on work-family conflict, enrichment, and mental health of Indian police, https://doi.org/10.1080/15614263.2022.2067156. (Scopus Indexed, SSCI).

Article entitled "Work-Life Balance and Mental Health of Indian Police” published in Police Chief magazine (18 May issue).

Agrawal, M., & Mahajan, R. (2021). Work-family enrichment: An integrative review. Journal of Workplace Health Management, 14(2), 217-241. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJWHM-04-2020-0056 (Scopus Indexed, ESCI).

Agrawal, M., & Mahajan, R. (2021). The effect of optimism on the work-family interface and psychological health of Indian police. Policing: An International Journal. https://doi.org/10.1108/PIJPSM-10-2020-0161 (Scopus Indexed, SSCI).

Agrawal, M., & Singh, R. (2020). Factor associated with police depression: A systematic review. International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences, 15(1), 35-50.
http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3819100 /
(Scopus Indexed, ESCI).

Arora, P., & Agrawal, M. (2016). Women entrepreneurship: A prerequisite for women empowerment, Inroads, 5 (1 & 2), 50-55.

Achievements and Awards:

Made an invited presentation on my doctoral thesis in Rajasthan Police Academy

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