Dr. Dolly Gaur has about 2 years of combined
working in industry and academic. She is currently pursuing PhD in
Finance from Amity University, NOIDA and has submitted her thesis to
the university. She has qualified for UGC-NET/JRF and had been
receiving Senior Research Fellowship for last 1.5 years. She has
completed her graduation and post-graduation from University of
Delhi. Her research interests include finance, banking and credit
risk management in banks. She has published her research in related
areas in ABDC, Scopus and Web of Science indexed journals. She has
also presented her research work at national and international
conference organized by institutions like IIM Raipur, MICA
Ahmedabad, IIM Vishakhapatnam, University of Allahabad, University
of Pondicherry and others.
D. Gaur, and D.R.
Mohapatra (2021). The nexus of economic growth, priority sector
lending and non-performing assets: case of Indian banking sector,
South Asian Journal of Business Studies, 10(1), 70-90. (Scopus
Indexed, ABDC Ranked) (doi.org/10.1108/SAJBS-01-2020-0010)
D. Gaur, D.R.
Mohapatra & P.R. Jena (2021). Non-performing assets: drag for
stability of Indian banking sector. International Journal of
Economics and Business Research, 21(2), 235-253. (Scopus Indexed,
ABDC Ranked) (doi.org/10.1504/IJEBR.2021.113141)
D. Gaur. (2021).
Total Quality Management and Assets Quality: The Scenario of Indian
Banking Sector. International Journal of Business Analytics (IJBAN),
8(1), 38-57. (Scopus and Web of Science Indexed) (DOI:
D. Gaur & D.R.
Mohapatra. (2021). Non-performing Assets and Profitability: Case of
Indian Banking Sector. Vision: The Journal of Business Perspectives.
25(2), 18-191. (Scopus Indexed, ABDC Ranked) (doi.org/10.1177/0972262920914106)
Dolly Gaur presented the paper titled Management of Non-Performing
Assets in India: Role of Risk Management Practices in the wake of
COVID-19 in the International Management Conference on Post COVID
Management Strategies: Recovery, Resilience and Adaptation held at
Indian Institute of Management Bodh Gaya (Virtual) during April
Dolly Gaur and Kanishka Gupta, Assistant Professor, Symbiosis Centre
for Management Studies, NOIDA presented the paper titled
Inter-Relationship between Knowledge Assets and Problem Loans: A
Dynamic Panel Data Approach in the International E-Conference on
Changing Global Economic Landscape: Challenges, Strategies and
Business Resilience held at Christ University, Bangalore (Virtual)
during April 12-13, 2021.
Dolly Gaur presented the paper titled Indian Banking Sector's Credit
Quality: The Contribution of Total Quality Management in the
International Conference on Challenges and Prospects in Management
in the VUCA World held at Symbiosis Institute of Business
Management, Nagpur (Virtual) during February 16-17, 2021 and won
Best Paper Award.