Dr. Meenakshisundaram  Sundararajan

Dr. Meenakshisundaram Sundararajan

Former Director
Amet University, Chennai, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Management Studies from Karpagam University, India

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Biography

Dr. Meenakshisundaram Sundararajan is currently working as Head Centralized Academic Administration at Great Lakes Institute of Management, India. He has completed his Ph.D. in Management Studies from Karpagam University, India in 2013, and PhD in Agricultural Extension from Annamalai University, India in 1997. He obtained his MBA in Marketing Management from Manonmaniyam University in 2012 and MBA in Personnel Management from Madurai Kamaraj University in 2005. Previously he was appointed as Technical Officer at Department of Agriculture, Tamil Nadu, Deputy Registrar, and Director Research & Publications & Professor in Management Studies at SCSVMV Deemed University Kancheepuram, Chief Administrative Officer, Professor and Head of Department at M.N.M Jain Engineering College, Chennai, Director at Royal Institute Of Management Studies & Computer Applications, Consultant at Tvs Madurai, and Head of Department at Bharath University. He also participated in number of Seminars/Conferences and trainings. He is also serving as life member of Indian Society of Extension Education, New Delhi, and member of Madras manager Association, Chennai, Academy of Human Resources Development, Ahmedabad, Indian Society of Training & Development, New Delhi, and National Institute of Personal Management, Calcutta. He is member of editorial board and advisory board in 23 journals. He has published 16 research articles in journals and 1 paper in edited book contributed as author. He has published 23 research articles in journals contributed as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Business Management and Accounting
100%
Human Resource Management
62%
Marketing Management
90%
Strategic Marketing
75%
Business Communication
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Ramanathan, K.V. and K.S. Meenakshisundaram, 2016. A comparative study between various investment avenues. Int. J. Res. Analytical Rev., 3: 74-86.
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  2. Sankaran, E. and K.S. Meenakshisundaram, 2015. Impact of customer satisfaction on the performance of electrical motors. Int. J. Multidisciplinary Res. Rev., 1: 119-126.
  3. Ramanathan, K.V. and K.S. Sundaram, 2015. A study on factors influencing investment decision of bank employees. Int. J. Res. IT Manage., 5: 62-74.
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  4. Ramanathan, K.V. and K.M. Sundaram, 2015. A study on investment preferences of bank employees. Int. J. Manage. Res., 3: 130-135.
  5. Meenakshisundaram, K.S., 2015. Managerial Issues and Strategies for Rural Urban Migration of Agricultural Labourers. Archers & E Publishing House, Ammachathiram, ISBN: 978-93-85640-114-8.
  6. Krishnekumaar, S.T. and K.S. Meenakshisundaram, 2015. A study of women empowerment & community participation in health insurance awareness in India. Int. J. Res. IT Manage., 5: 15-28.
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  7. Subramanian, R., N. Chandrasekaran and K.S. Meenakshisundaram, 2014. Why financial inclusion? GE-Int. J. Manage. Res., 2: 202-210.
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  8. Sankaran, E., K.S.M. Sundaram and D. Kirubakaran, 2014. A study on internal customer satisfaction towards maintenance of equipments in industries. Int. J. Adv. Technol. Eng. Sci., 2: 352-358.
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  9. Sankaran, E., K.S. Meenakshisundaram and D. Kirubakaran, 2014. Impact of customer satisfaction towards maintenance of equipments in industries. Int. J. Adv. Technol. Eng. Sci., Vol. 2. .
  10. Krishnekumaar and K.S. Meenakshisundaram, 2014. Comparative study of India's Rashtriya Swasthiya Bhima Yojana health care and Obama health care. Primax Int. J. Commerce Manage. Res., 2: 87-90.
  11. Krishnekumaar and K.S. Meenakshisundaram, 2014. A study on walking: A healthy way of life. Int. J. Manage. Soc. Sci. Res. Rev., 1: 233-237.
  12. Meenakshisundaram, K.S., 2013. A study of the attitude and television viewing behaviour of farm women towards form telecast programs of Chennai Door Darshan. Int. J. Phys. Soc. Sci., 3: 21-35.
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  13. Meenakshisundaram, K.S. and N. Panchanatham, 2013. Study of relationship between selected demographic variables and migration behaviour of agricultural labourers of Kancheepuram Taluk. Primax Int. J. Commerce Manage. Res., 1: 131-140.
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  14. Meenakshisundaram, K.S. and N. Panchanatham, 2013. Study of agricultural labourers migration social network and the migration behavior. Indian J. Commerce Manage. Stud., 4: 32-35.
  15. Meenakshisundaram, K.S. and N. Panchanatham, 2013. An analysis of the perception of non-migrants towards the benefits and problems of rural urban migration. AMET Int. J., 2013: 41-49.
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  16. Meenakshisundaram, K.S. and N. Panchanatham, 2013. A study on the perception of migrants towards the benefits and problems of rural urban migration. Int. J. Res. Bus. Innov. Vol. 1. .
  17. Meenakshisundaram, K.S. and N. Panchanatham, 2013. A study on profile characteristics of non-migrants agricultural labourers of Kancheepuram Taluk. Int. J. Retail. Rural Bus. Perspect., 2: 335-341.
  18. Meenakshisundaram, K.S. and N. Panchanatham, 2013. A study on profile characteristics of migrants agricultural labourers of Kancheepuram taluk. South Asian J. Market. Manage. Res., 3: 25-41.
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  19. Meenakshisundaram, K.S. and N. Panchanatham, 2013. A study on perception of non migrants towards the benefits and problems of rural urban migration. ABHINAV: Natl. Monthly Referred J. Res. Commerce Manage., 2: 1-8.
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  20. Meenakshisundaram, K.S. and N. Panchanatham, 2013. A study on migration behavior of rural urban migrated Agricultural laborours in Kancheepuram district. ZENITH Int. J. Bus. Econ. Manage. Res., 3: 154-165.
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  21. Meenakshisundaram, K.S. and N. Panchanatham, 2013. A study on factors influencing the urban migrants to re migrate to rural with Taluk. Arth Prabhand J. Econ. Manage., 2: 39-45.
  22. Meenakshisundaram, K.S. and N. Panchanatham, 2013. A study on factors influencing for non migration to urban area with special asian reference to Kancheepuram Taluk. J. Res. Consortium, 3: 96-100.
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  23. Meenakshisundaram, K.S. and N. Panchanatham, 2013. A study on behaviour traits of rural urban migrated agricultural labourers of Kancheepuram Taluk. Int. J. Market. Financial Manage. Res., 2: 63-72.
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  24. Meenakshisundaram, K. and N. Panchanatham, 2013. Rural urban migration and its impact on the elderly rural migrants in Chennai city in India. Asia Pacific J. Res. Bus. Manage., 4: 20-23.
  25. Kavitha, L. and K.S. Meenakshisundaram, 2013. A self-help groups are the stepping stone of rural women empowerment. Primax Int. J. Hum. Resour., 1: 19-22.
  26. Meenakshisundaram, K.S. and N. Panchanatham, 2011. Human resources migration-from rural to urban work places. AMET J. Manage., 1: 83-87.