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Reshma M, Dr, B.Tech., M.B.A., M.Sc., PhD – Assistant Professor


Dr M Reshma has completed her B-Tech (Fashion Technology) from Anna University and post-graduation in Business Administration specialized in Human Resources. She also holds a Doctorate of Philosophy in Management. Her Doctoral research was awarded with the ICSSR Doctoral Fellowship for the year 2019-20. She has also completed her Masters in Applied Psychology. She is NET qualified both in Management and Personnel Management / Labour Welfare. She has worked in an institution as Assistant Professor in the Department of Management. She has published articles in reputed journals and presented papers in both National and International conferences. Her study about Entrepreneurial intention and Self-efficacy of Women students has won the best paper award in Entrepreneurship Stream in ‘The International Conference on Innovative practices in Management and Entrepreneurship’ organized by BNM institute of Management, Bangalore in December 2018. Recently, she has registered a captivating case "The Most Uncommon Common Man" with Case Center, UK, focusing on Mr. K. Nagarajan, the discerning Managing Director of Ramraj Cottons.

She is passionate about teaching and believes that it holds the key to bring about productive changes in people and transforming them into future world leaders.

Contact her at [email protected]


Journal Publications
  • Reshma, M., & Brindha, G, (2023). The Most Uncommon Common Man. Registered a Case with UK Case Center. Reference ID: 523-0118-1

  • Reshma M (2023), The Mediation effect of Learning Goal Orientation on the relationship between Achievement Motivation and Self-directed learning readiness- A study among the female Management students in Coimbatore, Asian Journal of Research in Business, Economics and Management,Vol.13(5), ISSN : 2249-7307.

  • Reshma M & Sripirabaa B (2022), The Influence of Entrepreneurial Competencies and Emotional Intelligence on Firm Performance – A study among the women entrepreneurs of Tamil Nadu, International Journal of Humanities, Law and Social Sciences, Vol 9(2), pp 35-44, ISSN: 2348 8301. (UGC CARE Group 1 Journal)

  • Reshma M & Sripirabaa B (2022), Examining The Influence of Firm Performance on the Entrepreneurial Life Satisfaction of Women Entrepreneurs – The Positive implications of having Entrepreneurial Fathers, Shodha Prabha, Vol 47(1), pp 153-159, ISSN: 0974-8946. (UGC CARE Group 1 Journal)

  • Reshma M & Sripirabaa B (2021), Examining the Effect of Entrepreneurial Competencies and Emotional Intelligence on the Firm Performance of Women Entrepreneurs, Anvesak,Vol 51(1), pp. 195 – 201, ISSN: 0378 – 4568. (UGC CARE Group 1 Journal)

  • Reshma M & Sripirabaa B (2021), New Age Competencies for Female Entrepreneurs: Do they really matter? The International Journal of Experimental and Modal Analysis, Vol 13(8), pp. 245-265, ISSN: 0886-9367

  • Reshma M & Sripirabaa B (2020), Investigating the Role of Opportunity Competence and Emotional Intelligence in aiding the Firm Performance of Women Entrepreneurs, Sambhodhi Research Journal, Vol 43 (04), pp 54 – 63, ISSN: 2249-6661.

  • Reshma M & Sripirabaa B (2019), Entrepreneurial Competencies, a Predictor of Firm Performance among the Women Entrepreneurs of Coimbatore City, International Journal of Research &Analytical Reviews (IJRAR), Vol 6 (2), pp 35-44, E-ISSN 2348-1269, P- ISSN 2349-5138. (UGC Approved Journal)

  • Reshma M & Sripirabaa B (2019), Emotional intelligence and learning agility to thrive in the VUCA environment of Industry 4.0, ICSSR – Proceedings of the National Seminar, October 2019, pp 15 – 19, ISBN: 978-93-87862-89-0.

  • Reshma M & Sripirabaa B (2019), Emotional Intelligence and Resilience to embrace change during Industry 4.0, Asian Journal of Multidimensional Research, Vol 8(1), pp 1–10, ISSN: 2278-4853.

  • Reshma M & Sripirabaa B (2018), Entrepreneurial intention and self-efficacy among the women students, Qualitative and Quantitative Research Review, Vol 3(3), pp 19–44, ISSN:2462-1978, E-ISSN: 2462-2117.

Areas of Interests

  • Organisational Behaviour, Competency Framework, Research Methods