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Dr. Ashish Trivedi

Dr. Ashish Trivedi

Associate Professor & Assistant Dean

FPM (IIM Rohtak);

M.B.A. (University of Lucknow);

B.Tech (Babu Banarsi Das National Institute of Technology & Management, Lucknow)


Dr. Ashish Trivedi works as an Associate Professor in the area of Operations Management and Decision Sciences at Jindal Global Business School, O.P. Jindal Global (Institution of Eminence Deemed To Be University), Sonipat. He is also the Assistant Dean of Integrated BBA-MBA Programme offered by the business school. He is a fellow (Ph.D.) from Indian Institute of Management Rohtak. In his doctoral research, he developed a decision support model for shelter planning in humanitarian relief. He also holds an MBA degree in international Business from University of Lucknow and an engineering degree in Electronics and Communication. His research has been published in various journals of international repute including International Journal of Project Management, Journal of Cleaner Production, Journal of Multi-criteria Decision Analysis, International Journal of Disaster risk reduction and so forth. He has also presented his research works in various international conferences held in Europe, UK, Australia and Singapore.

Journal Publications


  • Trivedi, A., Jakhar, S. K., & Sinha, D. (2021). Analyzing Barriers To Inland Waterways As A Sustainable Transportation Mode In India: A DEMATEL-ISM Based Approach. Journal of Cleaner Production, 295, 126301. (ABDC- “A”, SCOPUS).
  • Trivedi, A., Chauhan, A. and Singh, S.P. (2021), “Analyzing glacial lake outburst flood triggers for sustainable disaster risk mitigation: an interpretive structural modelling based approach”, Management of Environmental Quality, 32(6), 1284-1297 (ABDC-“C”, SCOPUS).
  • Trivedi, V., Chauhan, A., & Trivedi, A. (2021). Analyzing Consumers’ Smartphone Adoption Decisions Using Qualitative Dimensions: A multi-criteria decision approach. International Journal of Technology Marketing, 15(1), 48-65 (ABDC-“C”, SCOPUS).
  • Trivedi, A., Sohal, A., Joshi, S., & Sharma, M. (2021). A Two-stage Optimization Model for Tactical Planning in Fresh Fruit Supply Chains: A Case Study of Kullu, India. International Journal of Supply and Operations Management, 8 (1), 18-28 (SCOPUS).
  • Trivedi, A., & Singh, A. (2020). A multi-objective approach for locating temporary shelters under damage uncertainty. International Journal of Operational Research, 38(1), 31-48 (SCOPUS).
  • Trivedi, A., & Singh, A. (2019). Shelter planning for uncertain seismic hazards using multicriteria decision approach: a case of Nepal earthquake. Journal of Multi‐Criteria Decision Analysis, 26(3-4), 99-111. (ABDC- “B”, SCOPUS).
  • Trivedi, A. (2018). A multi-criteria decision approach based on DEMATEL to assess determinants of shelter site selection in disaster response. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 31,722-728. (ABDC- “A”, SCOPUS).
  • Trivedi, V., & Trivedi, A. (2018). Interpretive structural modelling of website quality factors for repurchase intention in online context. International Journal of Electronic Business, 14(4), 309-325 (SCOPUS).
  • Trivedi, A., & Singh, A. (2018). Facility location in humanitarian relief: A review. International Journal of Emergency Management, 14(3),213-232. (SCOPUS).
  • Trivedi, A., & Singh, A. (2017). A hybrid multi-objective decision model for emergency shelter location-relocation projects using fuzzy analytic hierarchy process and goal programming approach, International Journal of Project Management, 35(5), 827-840. (ABDC- “A” Category, SCOPUS).
  • Trivedi, A., & Singh, A. (2017). Prioritizing emergency shelter areas using hybrid multi criteria decision approach: A case study. Journal of Multi Criteria Decision Analysis, 24 (3-4), 133-145 (ABDC- “B”, SCOPUS).
  • Trivedi, A., Chauhan, A., Singh, S. P., & Kaur, H. (2017). A Multi-objective Integer Linear Program to Integrate Supplier Selection and order allocation with Market Demand in a Supply Chain. International Journal of Procurement Management, 10(3), 335-359 (SCOPUS).
  • Singh, A., & Trivedi, A. (2016). Sustainable green supply chain management: Trends and current practices. Competitiveness Review: An International Business Journal, 26(3)265-288. (ABDC- “C”, SCOPUS)
  • Khatwani, G., Singh, S. P., Trivedi, A., & Chauhan, A. (2015). Fuzzy-TISM: A fuzzy extension of TISM for group decision making. Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management, 16(1), 97-112. (SCOPUS).
  • Trivedi, A., Singh, A., & Chauhan, A. (2015). Analysis of key factors for waste management in humanitarian response: An interpretive structural modelling approach. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 14, 527-535. (ABDC- “A”, SCOPUS).


  • Trivedi, A. (2017). A Multi-Objective Location And Relocation Planning Approach For Humanitarian Relief, POMS 2017. POMS International Conference Sydney, 12-14 December, 2017
  • Trivedi, A., Singh, A. (2016). A multi-objective goal programming approach for locating emergency shelters under damage uncertainty, IDRC 2016. International Disaster and risk conference, Davos, Switzerland (A United Nations Event), 28 August-1 September 2016.
  • Trivedi, A., Singh, A. (2017). A chance constraint based multi-objective stochastic model for locating emergency Shelters, APCBM 2017. Asia Pacific Conference on Business & Management, Singapore, 21-23 February 2017.
  • Trivedi, A., Chauhan, A., Trivedi, V. (2014). Using fuzzy extension of hybrid MCDM techniques to evaluate smartphones on qualitative dimensions, MARCON 2014. International marketing conference, IIM Calcutta. (December 2014).
  • Trivedi, A., Singh, A. (2014). Multi-Criteria Selection of Potential Warehouse Locations in Humanitarian Relief Logistics, GLOGIFT’14. Global conference on flexible systems management, Singapore, 15-17 October 2014.
  • His research interest lies in disaster management, humanitarian logistics, multi-criteria decision analysis, combinatorial optimization, and supply chain modelling.
  • Ashish Trivedi’s teaching strengths include Operations Research, Business Statistics and Operations Management. He also teaches specialized courses of Supply Chain Optimization and Project Management in postgraduate programmes. Further, he has also taught Business Statistics and Business Maths to undergraduate students.