Dr. Shimti Kharmawphlang

Commerce Department

Designation: Assistant Professor

Joined NEHU on

14-12-2005

Qualifications:

Ph.D
 

Teaching Experience:

Currently Teaching  Marketing, Small Business Management
Current area of work Institutional finance for MSE

Area of Interest

Management, Marketing and Small Enterprises Finance

Areas of Interest/Specialization:

Management, Marketing and Small Enterprises Finance and Growth

Experience:  14 years

Awards

Best Research Presentation Award in the 1st International Conference on Rural Management (XSRM), Xavier University,   Bhubaneshwar, India

Administrative responsibilities undertaken:

Member of the Departmental Purchase Committee for the Office of Dean Students’ Welfare, NEHU, Shillong

Life Member 

  • Indian Accounting Association
  • All India Commerce Association
  • North East India Commerce and Management Association
    (Founding and Executive Member)

Publications

  1. Panda.M.N, Kharmawphlang.S. (2011). “Women entrepreneurship and empowerment: A case study of micro entrepreneurs in East khasi hills district of Meghalaya”. Seminar Proceedings. UGC Sponsored National Seminar.PG Department of Commerce, Fakir Mohan Autonomous College, Balasore, Odisha (This national seminar was held at Balasore on 27th December,2011).
  2. Kharmawphlang.S. (2013). “Micro and Small Enterprise Financing in Meghalaya: Role of Meghalaya Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC)”. Vision, International Journal for Management and Commerce, May 2013.
  3. Kharmawphlang, S. (2019). Small Enterprise Growth in North East India. Journal of Entrepreneurship and Management, 8 (1): 22-33. 
  4. Kharmawphlang, S. (2019). Non- Financial Costs Impedes Growth: A Study of MSMEs In Meghalaya. Journal of Rural and Industrial Development, 7 (1): 12-24.

Papers presented in Conferences/Seminars: 

  1. Accounting standards of India and Iraq and their harmonization with International Accounting Standard.
  2. Small Enterprise Growth in North East India.
  3. Delayed Financing: An Impediment for Rural Enterprise Growth