Dr. Pinakshi Bag

Dr. Pinakshi Bag

Name of the faculty: Dr. Pinakshi Bag 

Academic Title: Assistant professor 

Area of Expertise: HRM and System Management 

University: Regional College of Management (RCM), Bhubaneswar 

Email: [email protected] 

Research Area Interests 

  • HRM 
  • HRD Audit 
  • Manpower Planning 
  • Ph, D (HRD AUDIT)Department of Management Studies, 2015 

Fakir Mohan University, Balasore, Odisha  

  • MBA (HR and System Management)IMIT Cuttack, (2000-2002) 

Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha  

  • Master of Arts (pol. Science)(1996-1998) 

Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha   

  • +3 (Science & Distinction), (1993-1996) 

Fakir Mohan College, Balasore, Under Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha   

  • Assistant ProfessorBhubaneswar, Odisha (From December 2017 to till date) 

Regional College of Management 

  • Assistant ProfessorBalasore, Odisha (From July 2009 to December 2017) 

Modern Engineering and Management Studies 

  • LecturerBalasore, Odisha (From July 2006to December 2009) 

RJ School of Management 

  • Visiting Faculty in subject Training and development, Executive MBA program, Balasore, 2010 & 2011 

FM University,  

  • Counselling classes in the subject of OB & OCD, Guest Faculty of DDCE, 2011 & 2012. 

FM University 

  • Trainer for Entrepreneurship Awareness CampGandhinagar, Gujrat 

Modern Engineering and Management studies, Sponsored by EDI 

  • ManagerAnugul, Odisha, (From April 2004 to November 2006) 

Sree Metallic Limited 

  • Assistant ManagerAnugul, Odisha, (From November 2002 to April 2004) 

Sree Metallic Limited 

  • HRM 
  • Manpower planning 
  • Performance Management System 
  • Strategic HRM 
  • HRD 
  • OCD 
  • OB 
  • Secret of Organizational Success, RJ Business Review, V-05, issue-5, P- 7 ,2008 
  • New Paradigm in HRD A New Look, RJ Business Review, V-06, Issue-6, P-14-17,2009 
  • Innovative Trend in HRM &Global Practices, PJCMT, P-106-113,2010 
  • The Knowledge Dimension an Alternative Approach to Innovation Management, Siddhant, Vol-11, Issue-3, P 265-280,2011 
  • People Quality Management in Professional Institution, IJACTE, V-2, Issue-1, P 72-77,2013 
  • Performance Objectives as Cradle Towards Effective Performance Management System, Memsonians, V-2, P 38-41,2013 
  • HRD Practices for Business Excellence, TDJ, V-5, Issue-2, P-175-189,2014 
  • Assessing Proficiency in HRD Function, Memsonians, V-4, P P-19-23,2015 
  • Auditing HRD System Based on Interview, Memsonians, V-4, P-68-71,2015 
  • HRD Maturity- A Case Study in A Ferro Alloy Company, Ijrdmr, V-4, P-31-44,2015 
  • Strategic Initiatives for Organisational Transition, Ijraet, V-4, Issue-5, P-38-41,2016 
  • Tracing the Key Factor of Work Motivation for Virtual Employees, V-1, Page 56-61, Sri Sri University,2017 
  • Employee Commitment Fostering Organizational Outcomes, Ijtrd, Vol5, Issuse-2,2018 
  • Impact of Green HRM Practices Towards Organizational Sustainability Growth, Vol19, Issuse3, Siddhant, A Journal of Decision Making,2019 
  • Changing Paradigm and Viability of HR Functions, Volume 7, Issue 1, Ijrar, March 2020, 
  • HR Issues in Small and Medium Enterprises in Wisdom Publication, Delhi, India,2010 
  • HRD Audit; A New Dimension Towards Indian Industries, Kunal Publications, New Delhi, India,2016 
  • Leadership and Team Building, Himalaya Publication, New Delhi, 2020 
  • Woman of The Year Award, Modern Engineering and Management Studies, 2014 
  • Academic Excellence Award, Modern Engineering and Management Studies, 2015 

Message for The Students :

 It is generally said that Business/Management cannot be taught but learned.  RCM has been built on a great foundation of bringing quality and world-class managerial expertise in the field of management education and I am sure that you will find it unique and impressive. With focus on quality and excellence, our Academic curriculum is dynamic with continual changes thus reflecting the changes in the global business environment. The distinct feature of our management program is that it has been so designed that each and every academic and professional input provided to the students in the basic, core and elective courses are career oriented and recruiter- requirement centric. Student’s clubs are formed to conduct events to hone the personality and managerial skills of the students providing interpersonal interaction within themselves and with invited executives from business and industry.