Biswajit Das

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Biswajit Das
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Dr. Das joined KIIT University since 1999 and has 30 years of experience in academia, administration and government. He has authored 12 books (national and International), 194 research papers (National and International), awarded with 21 Ph.D. research scholars (Indian and International) & 8 scholars are under guidance and implemented funded projects. His outstanding books include ‘Real Estate Market’ (Excel Books), ‘Transnational Marketing Strategy’ (New Age Publication) and ‘Business Communication and Personality Development’ (Excel Books). Prof. Das was Member-Board of Management, Member -Academic Council, Deputy Registrar (Academics), Chairperson- Doctoral Programme, Chairperson- Marketing Management Area and has been instrumental in the institution building process of KSOM since its inception. He has Board of studies member of several state and central universities and external expert for Ph.D. scholars, invited as speaker and conducts MDP.

Prof. Das is a visiting external expert (opponent) to Tallinn University of Technology (TUT), Estonia-Europe for doctoral research and has presented sever research papers in national and international conferences (adjudged with best paper) in South East Asia, Europe, Middle East, particularly in NTU-Singapore, SQU-Oman, AIT-Bangkok and TUT-Estonia in the domain of value creation, servitisation, Economic inclusion, digital markets, disaster resilience, communication & advertising , real estate and eco-tourism.

Business Communication & Personality Development, Excel Books.

The book reflects on the core contents of communication needed in a business environment. It has unique chapters which are essential for broadening the horizon of thought and inculcating capabilities to read, write and speak better.

Organisational Communication, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing.

This book on organisational communication teaches on the aspects of organisational communication across hierarchies. It spells on the activities involved with any organisation.

Trans-national Marketing Strategy, New Age International Publications, New Delhi.

This book is for understanding international market forces and their strategies. It contains the essence of strategic methods through which business can be driven in a global market.

Biological Warfare, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing.

Biological warfare is a book written in the times of corona; exploring the reasons of the pandemic. It details on the antiquities of the pandemic more vividly from the days of swine flu of 1918. Eventually delved deep into the periodic emergence of pandemics and their impact on human beings.

Business Environment: Problems & Prospects, SSDN Publishers and Distributors, New Delhi.

This book explores the link between product portfolios and possibility of firms in a competitive business environment. It dealt on the holistic factors of the firm’s internal and external aspects.

Change Management through Enterprise Resource Planning, OM Publication.

This is a book on change management through ERP. It captures on the change management strategies required for the companies for implementation in employee engagement in a dynamic milieu.

Real Estate Market: New Economy New Business, Excel Books.

It is the first book in India on real estate management It is  a path breaking book which provides holistic knowledge of the market forces for executives and entrepreneurs to understand and practice.

Journey of slum Dwellers: A Socio-Eco-Environmental Crusade, LAP.-LAMBERT Academic Publishing.

This book pertains to the slum dwellers journey in settling in cities related to Bhubaneswar, the capital city of Odisha state. A pragmatic approach to the menace of slums due to mass exodus from villages in search of incomes.

Socio Economy Journey of an Impoverished Eastern Indian State, LAP.-LAMBERT Academic Publishing.

This pioneering book is regarding Odisha and its developmental actions. It is a narrative of the socio economic journey of Odisha- an impoverished state emerging with time. It also highlights the strategic endeavour desires of the governance for development of the state.

Social marketing and Tobacco consumption Control, LAP.-LAMBERT Academic Publishing.

This cutting edge book teaches on the strategies for curbing tobacco consumption in India with special reference to a research focus on Odisha as a microcosm. It deals on the trade of all types of narcotics and need for policy intervention. It is a book with a difference based on research and introspection.

Treasured Feelings, Paperback.

This book has a collection of liting poems and exquisite couplets reflecting on the esoteric philosophy of love and life through its finest language. It is a must read for the poets, students of literature and all. Lines have been crafted with passion and penance in relationships between lives.

“Impulse: A Saga of Love”, Collection of poetic stanzas, Paperback Edition.

Booklet depicts on the 16 stanzas the mystic philosophy of love and fortitude reckoned in the purity of heart. It is in the line of rubaiyas with unbridled passion of Sufi scriptures.

Brand Management, Avon Publication.

This book is a research pursuit for understanding the influence on consumer purchase behaviour in the Indian industry on brand management. It teaches on the product portfolio and multidimensional facets of branding and brand value for making performing organisations.

  1. Bisoyi, Bhubaneswari; Das, Divyajit; Das, Biswajit, “Assessing Global Environmental Sustainability: Second-Order Effect of Information and Communication Technology,” Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies.
  2. Purkayastha, Debapratim; Tripathy, Trilochan; Das, Biswajit, “Understanding the ecosystem of microfinance institutions in India,” Social Enterprise Journal.
  3. Bisoyi, Bhubaneswari; Das, Biswajit, “An Approach to En Route Environmentally Sustainable Future through Green Computing,” 1st International Conference on Smart Computing and Informatics (SCI).
  4. Bisoyi, Bhubaneswari; Das, Biswajit, “Necessitate Green Environment for Sustainable Computing,” 2nd International Conference on Computer and Communication Technologies.
  5. Kumar, M.; Kumar, P.J.; Biswajit, D., “Co-creation with customers in product development and services: An empirical analysis for competitive advantage,” Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems.
  6. Das, D.; Bisoyi, B.; Satpathy, I.; Das, B., “Urban Infrastructure and Special Economic Zone (SEZ): Challenges for Corporate Land Alienation,” Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering.
  7. Faruk, O.; Panigrahi, J.K.; Das, B.; Subudhi, R.N, “Innovation for changing needs of customers and their consumption patterns in retail for competitive advantage: An experiential case study,” Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems.
  8. Bisoyi,B.; Nayak, B.; Das B., “Secured and sustainable e-governance: hedging the risk by cyber security,” International Journal of Scientific and Technology Research.
  9. Purkayastha, D.; Tripathy, T.; Das, B., “Understanding the ecosystem of microfinance institutions in India,” Social Enterprise Journal.
  10. Bisoyi, B.; Das, D.; Das, B., “Assessing Global Environmental Sustainability: Second-Order Effect of Information and Communication Technology,” Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies.
  11. Faruk, O.; Das, B.; Subudhi, R.N.; Panigrahi, J.K., “Firm-level determinants to influence the target group for online business growth: An empirical analysis,” Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems.
  12. Das, P.K.; Panigrahi, J.K.; Naik, I.C.; Das, B., “Impact of ict on career aspiration of students belonging to indigenous communities and most backward sections of India: An empirical study of tribal development board schools of Odisha,” International Journal of Scientific and Technology Research.
  13. Bisoyi, B.; Das, D.; Pasumarti, S.S.; Das, B., “An Evaluation on Green Manufacturing: It’s Technique, Significance and Rationality,” IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering.
  14. Mishra, V.; Das, B., “Facilitators of e-tail patronage behaviour among generation z consumers,” Indian Journal of Marketing.
  15. Nayak, P.; Panigrahi, J.K.; Das, B.; Neurgaonkar, S., “Effectiveness of technology business incubators and functions of technology leading to the success of a start-up business: A pragmatic analysis,” Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems.
  16. Mohanty, S.; Das, B.; Panda, P.C.; Sahoo, P.R.; Panigrahi, J.K., “Study of factors that influence retailers in product assortment as per the customers preference of products, leading to improved retailer performance for customer satisfaction and retention,”Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems.
  17. Mohanty, S.; Das, B.; Panda, P.C.; Sahoo, P.R.; Panigrahi, J.K., “Technological and organisational dynamics influencing e-marketing, an empirical analysis of preference patterns of consumers acceptance for online retail (E-tailers),” Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems.
  18. Rath, B.P.; Das, B.; Panigrahi, J.K., “Sustainability impact assessment of developmental programmes undertaken by mining industries as part of the corporate social responsibility for value creation,” International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development.
  19. Panda, R.K.; Das, B., “Technology adoption models: A critical review for smes in Odisha,”International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology.
  20. Singh, M.; Misra, S.N.; Das, B., “Macro-economic analysis of global economic recession 2007-2009 and policy measures that enabled recovery of US Economy,” International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology.
  21. Rath, B.P.; Panigrahi, J.K.; Das, B., “Community relations by industries as a part of social responsibility and social value creation: An empirical case analysis,” International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology.
  22. Bisoyi, B.; Das, B., “An approach to en route environmentally sustainable future through green computing,” Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies.
  23. Senapati, S.; Bisoyi, B.; Das, B., “Intent and synergies behind the merger and the future roadmap of E-commerce industries: A case analysis,” Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control System.
  24. Das, B.; Mishra, S.N.; Bisoyi, B., “Green technology for attaining environmental safety and sustainable development,” International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology.
  25. Aiyer, M.; Kumar Panigrahi, J.; Das B., “Successful customer relationship management in business process integration and development of applications for project management,” International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology.
  26. Nayak, P.; Das, B.; Kumar Panigrahi, J., “Intent of technology, innovation and value creation for start-up entrepreneurs,” International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology.
  27. Aiyer, M.; Panigrahi, J.K.; Das, B., Neurgaonkar S., “Cross-functional process framework for customer experience and customer relationship management: Reinventing a dimension mix to value co-creation,” Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems.
  28. Panigrahi, J.K.; Tripathy, S.; Das, B., “Linkages between innovation, service & network within supply chain: A critical review,” International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology.
  29. Panigrahi, J.K.; Tripathy, S.; Das, B., “Thematic analysis of service innovation taxonomy within supply network, creating value for the system,” International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology.
  30. Purkayastha, D.; Tripathy, T.; Das, B., “Securitisation of microfinance institutions in India: A sustainable strategic direction,” International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research.
  31. Bisoyi, B.; Das, B., “Necessitate green environment for sustainable computing,” Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing.