Naresh Kumar

Naresh Kumar
CSIR-National Institute of Science Technology and Development Studies, New Delhi, India · Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, New Delhi, India

Ph. D.

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Mapping of research has become important across the world and any new technology requires a new institutional framework for mapping appropriate outcomes of research. It involves analyzing linkages between various actors, stakeholders, agencies, and institutions to map potential research domains. Over the years, Biotechnology Applied Microbiology ha...
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The poster is presented in poster competetion in CSIR-NIScPR Founday Day on 14 January 2022
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Declining water resources and increasing demand of water for agricultural, industrial, and domestic sector and potential climate change has posed a major challenge to maintain water sustainability of a nation. There is a need to adopt long-term perspective for assessment and policy design for sustainability of primary resources like water. It is al...
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Limited and declining water resources, increasing demand of water resources from different sectors, has posed a major challenge for maintaining water sustainability and thus overall sustainability for a populous and water-scarce country like India. Over extraction and changing climate have put additional pressure to maintain water sustainability. T...
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Food sustainability of a nation is primarily dependent on food production and food demand. With limited and even declining primary resources like arable land and water, increasing demand due to population growth, and potential impact of climate change, food sustainability has become a major concern especially for the populous countries. Food sustai...
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Covid-19, affected socio-economic aspects across the world and has proved destructive. Millions of people affected and died due to severity of the pandemic. Several precautionary measures to stop spread of infection has been initiated, however, the entire world is struggling to mitigate its impact and transmission of infection. Experts advocated im...
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So far India was able to control Covid-19 cases but surge in number of infected cases is registered for the last few days. Daily number of infected cases is consistent over 3000 and causalities over 100. One thing is positive that recovery rate is rising but spike in infected cases is a matter of concern. The total number of infected cases are 5640...
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The paper provides a brief analysis of Corona virus (COVID-19) spread among more urban verses low urban countries taking examples of faster and slower infected growing countries. The analysis indicates that in the beginning spread of corona infection cases were faster among the countries with more urban population as compared to low urban populatio...
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The paper discusses a method of using document clustering for information/knowledge synthesis and decision facilitation in R&D organisations. The emerging methodologies of machine learning, artificial intelligence and data science in conjunction with fuzzy mathematics can be optimally exploited to catalyse development of information bank for resear...
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Publications of the International Labour Office enjoy copyright under Protocol 2 of the Universal Copyright Convention. Nevertheless, short excerpts from them may be reproduced without authorization, on condition that the source is indicated. For rights of reproduction or translation, application should be made to ILO Publications (Rights and Licen...
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Telecommunication sector has emerged as a key driver of economic and social development. The thrust to ensure access of telecom services to a common man is a challenging task in a country like India where majority of the population reside in villages. The conducive policy can attract investments in this sector apart from generating manifold employm...
Technical Report
Over the few years green economy and green jobs attracted policy makers and has been discussed extensively on the political arena. Green jobs translate economy into sustainable growth by providing dynamic opportunities to reconstruct job base and new investment. Developed and developing countries are dedicated to achieve low carbon emission to miti...
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Studies indicates that the global economy is on the brink of a recession due to slowdown in economic activities in rich economies and slow growth in the Chinese economy. The recession in global economy may have effecton developing economies like Indian economy. However, in the past it was observed that Indian economy was least affected due to globa...
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a matter of debate. Some studies have argued that students from low socio-economic background lagged behind those from well-to-do families. However, there are also others which rule out this notion. Therefore, this article analyses the impact of parental SEFs on the performance of students in IIT-JEE, which is considered to be one of the most diffi...
Technical Report
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The report provides the performance status of Indian universities based on the quantitative analysis in the area of S&T, as reflected in its publications output reported in mainstream national and international journals. The main objective of the present report was to provide the research output of Indian universities across geographical regions an...
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Economic growth is linked to the performance and dynamics of different sectors of economy. Over the years India has achieved a significant growth in all sectors; particularly service sectors by contributing the largest share in the Gross Domestic Product (GOP). Before, liberalization the economic growth was mainly dependent on Agriculture sector su...
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This paper tries to review innovation diffusion models which are used in market research and diffusion of innovation.
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In the contemporary world one central question to the policy maker is how can progress and investment in science technology and innovation (STI) enhance employment and upgrade the skills and knowledge of its population. The paradox is that while STI has a potential to open up new avenues of economic growth sometimes even with increasing returns, an...
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Information and communication technology (ICT) is growing exponentially by offering numerous public services which is expected to integrate rural development. There is a conjecture that ICT-enabled application and digital inclusion may strive to integrate digital divide and capacity building by providing more opportunities for entrepreneurial activ...
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Education in general plays an important role in a country's development process. Indian education system comprises three levels of education-elementary, secondary and tertiary level. Over two decades India registered a significant growth in the educational infrastructure at tertiary level of education but elementary and secondary level of education...
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Although the Indian economy has experienced rapid growth over the past decade but the low levels of education and formal training of the workforce are a matter of concern. Workers without education and skills are stuck at the bottom of the labor market with low productivity and earnings. The lack of skills, the inability of the workers to adapt to...
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The inter-firm technology transfer (TT) through joint ventures (JVs) shaped between foreign multinational corporations (MNCs) and local companies have increasingly emerged as an efficient formal mechanism to internalize foreign technologies, knowledge and competencies. Although the TT processes are complex and difficult, collaborative JVs are seen...
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Based on data for the period 1980-2009 downloaded from the Scopus database, an attempt is made to analyse the growth of publication share in BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China) vis-à-vis the United States in terms of world publications output and emerging areas and disciplines during 1980–2009. Also, comparative estimates are made usin...
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The main purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between emotional intelligence and employees' job satisfaction in the Malaysian public sector. Result of this study found that leadership emotional intelligence has a moderate relationship with employee job satisfaction. The study also found that there is no significant difference on...
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The former drug addicts’ abilities to overcome all obstacle in life while achieving life that is free from drugs would be influenced by self-efficacy. It means that the more a former addicts is assures of himself and his future, the wider his opportunity to succeed in recovering from drugs’ effect. On that note, this research was done to identify t...
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Malaysian society has been revolutionized. The level of education in a large proportion of the population increased and Malaysians' quality of life has been improved. In order to meet a new economy climate, the national mission's aims encompass on nation's global competitiveness, human capital development, national integration, ethnic relations, di...
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Continuous emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs) from human activities are likely to result in significant changes in climate. The issues of climate change are a part of major dispute for sustainable development because effects of climate changes are visible in various forms such as rise in the sea level, melting of glaciers and natural disasters et...
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Capital formation is an integral part of economic growth and development and plays an important role in the economic theory of production and distribution. It is assumed that capital accumulation with a positive correlation and additions to the stock of capital can facilitate faster rate of growth. Traditionally growth rate depends upon growth of i...
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This paper presents findings on the relationship between community support and relapse addiction to drug use. 400 drug addicts on relapse cases were selected from eight drug rehabilitation centres throughout Peninsular Malaysia for the purpose of this study. The findings indicated that majority of the respondents perceived low to medium level of su...
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Every individual should be entrusted with an internal driver to strive their best towards achieving their potential and to manifest their performance through innovative means. This can be reached only under circumstances where the abstract human values and principles are recognized and indoctrinated in the culture. The strategies discussed in this...
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Telephone subscriber base is increasing extensively with a fast diffusion rate in India. Due to increasing innovative marketing strategies, extensive network reach and competitive pricing mobile phones are becoming the dominant means of accessing communication, which may replace fixed line telephones in near future. The penetration rate of mobile p...
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Fast growth of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has facilitated access to information as well as communication across the world. However, due to variety of reasons the penetration of ICT is not homogeneous in the developed and developing countries, resulted an increase in the information gap between these regions. The reasons may be s...
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Global economy is under uncertainty due to recent meltdown of economic and industrial growth. Though process of globalisation has boosted economic growth resulting in the structural changes of the world economy. This has triggered rapid changes in developing economies and may predominantly contribute to global economic growth in the coming decade,...
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Increasing interest in multiple forms of nonacademic intelligences in addition to the well-established intelligent quotient (IQ) to explain individual success has triggered a need for clear establishment of the theoretical and empirical connection among these constructs. As such, this article explores the interrelationship that exists among three f...
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Economic reforms have affected all sectors of Indian economy. Before reforms, the pace of economic growth was slow and the growth rate of gross domestic product (GDP) was imperceptibly above the population growth rate. After reforms, Indian economy has transformed relatively from stagnation to a dynamic stage due to growth in primary, secondary, an...
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Bearing in mind the rapidly growing foreign subsidiaries, the appropriate organizational culture for the efficient deployment of resources and consequently for an encouraging outcome on the business performance would appear to be an imperative consideration for business expansions. Internationalization of business may perhaps force not merely the r...
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Internationalization of business may perhaps force not merely the restructuring of cultural values but to consider the overture of different cultural practices which perhaps leads to a superior organizational performance. Literatures pertaining to organizational culture constantly reinforce that culture is imperatives for organizational change effo...
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Due to globalization, cross-border flow of students for higher studies has been boosted. As a result, major emphasis is on opening up markets for foreign students in several countries. USA is the largest recipient and host country for foreign students. The major flow of students is from developing and newly industrialized countries of Asia; China a...
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The research reported in this article investigated the effect of manufacturing strategy on organizational performance in the Malaysian electrical and electronic sector. It was revealed that a cost-based strategy greatly affected the performance of organizations participating in this study. This result implied that a cost-based strategy is still a d...
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Rapid development and changes brought about by the global business environment should be accompanied by human resource management (HRM) practices which are progressive and forward looking to avoid failure for firms due to inability to properly manage their human capital. This study was undertaken in an attempt to identify which manufacturing strate...
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With the globalisation of the job market, higher education is undergoing structural changes and education scenario worldwide is experiencing dramatic and accelerating changes in patterns of creation of new knowledge. Similar activities are being witnessed in India as regards to the production of highly qualified S&T personnel in different disciplin...
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Taking stock of the science technology (S&T) workforce plays an imperative role in the advancement of S&T. Productivity of doctorates (Ph Ds) in the field of science and engineering/ technology influences the development in S&T competitiveness. Shortage of out-turn in S&T stock can slow down the process of growth and advancement; and if shortage ar...
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Innovation diffusion has been of prime interest to both the entrepreneur as well as the industrialist. In spite of the availability of a vast literature on the subject several issues and possibilities, both existing and emerging in this area, are still untouched and it will be desirable to examine some of them, which may contribute in theoretical a...
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Before India became an independent country, its scientists and policy makers could foreseethe importance of science in its development, and accordingly a number of research anddevelopment (R&D) institutions were established. However during these five decades ofindependence, the choice between basic sciences and technology was always a subject of de...
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Mathematical models provide a useful tool to forecast the technological performance of various technologies and the equations which describe the rate of technological progress have either linear or non-linear form. An attempt has been made to describe the diffusion pattern of CTVs in India with the help of different mathematical models available in...
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The existing knowledge base, accumulated over time, reminds us of our unique heritage, which favored the purity of mind and soul over worldly and materialistic achievements. Knowledge creation, absorption and dissemination, which were considered to be the prime concern of our thinkers, have become secondary and the prime slot is being occupied by f...
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Fast growth of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has facilitated access to information as well as communication across the world. Although, penetration of ICT is not homogeneous in the developed and developing countries, resulted an increase in the information gap between these regions. There may be several reasons for asymmetrical dif...

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