Dr. Arjun ChakravortyOctober 16, 2023 2023-10-16 8:04
Dr. Arjun Chakravorty
Dr. Arjun Chakravorty has a PhD degree from Indian Institute of Management, Raipur in the Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management area. He has completed his PGDM from T.A.PAI Management Institute (TAPMI), Manipal and B.E. in Information Technology from Pandit Ravi Shankar Shukla University.
His doctoral dissertation is in the area of employee burnout where he has identified the antecedents, consequences and buffers of burnout among school educators in India. Apart from burnout, his other research interests include employee engagement, health and wellbeing, work/family conflict, abusive supervision, work meaningfulness and emotional intelligence.
Prior to starting his PhD, he was the Program Manager for the ICDS Leadership Program, an intervention aimed at district-level ICDS (Integrated Child Development Services) officers to help them lead their respective teams in delivering an effective ECCE (Early Childhood Care and Education) program. He was also a Teach for India fellow, where he taught children from underserved communities.
Prior to his stint in the social sector, he had spent 8 years in the corporate sector where he worked with organizations like Oracle, HCL Infosystems, and IMS Learning Resources, among others.
Arjun has presented papers at reputed national and international conferences like National Academy of Psychology and Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management. His papers have been published in ABDC and Scopus indexed journals.
- Gupta, A., Chakravorty, A., Garg, N. and Singh, P. (2022).Job security, value congruence, and work outcomes: revisiting the mediating role of work engagement. Global Knowledge, Memory and Communication, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/GKMC-01-2022-0002
- Chakravorty, A., & Singh, P. (2021). Correlates of burnout among Indian primary school teachers. International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 30(2), 589-605.
- Chakravorty, A., & Singh, P. (2021). Burnout among primary government schoolteachers: The mediating role of work–family conflict. Journal of Human Values, 27(2), 126-140.
- Chakravorty, A., & Singh, P. (2020). Work/family interference and burnout among primary school teachers: the moderating role of emotional intelligence. Decision, 47(3), 251-264.
- Employee burnout
- Employee engagement
- Health and wellbeing
- Work/family conflict
- Abusive supervision
- Work meaningfulness
- Emotional intelligence
- Work centrality
- Social entrepreneurship
- Digitalization of human resources
- Organizational Behaviour
- People Management (HRM)
- Learning and development
- Performance management
- Principles of Management
- Human behaviour