Tank Prasad Neupane

Tank Prasad Neupane


B.S.-Physics (TU, Nepal);

M.S.-Physics (TU, Nepal);

MBA- Marketing (SMU, India);

M.Phil.- Marketing (KUSOM, Nepal);

Ph.D. Scholar-Marketing (Jindal Global Business School)

: tankp.neupane@jgu.edu.in

Tank Prasad Neupane serves as a Lecturer at Jindal Global Law School (JGLS), O. P. Jindal Global University (An Institute of Eminence Deemed to be University), Haryana. Before joining JGLS, he worked with reputed institutions like Tribhuvan University and Kathmandu University, Nepal. He has about 8 years of research experience and 17 years of teaching experience. His key teaching areas are marketing, industrial and organizational psychology, operations research, and data analytics.

With over 8 years of professional experience, he has offered technical advice to the government of Nepal and donors on the impact study of developmental programs at the federal, provincial, and local levels governments in Nepal. He has led a few government-funded technical studies as principal investigator & co-investigator and provided inputs to the Government of Nepal on key policy and planning programs.

He has peer-reviewed research papers for Review of Behavioral Economics- an ABDC ‘B’, ABS-2, a Web of Science indexed Journal; Agricultural Economics Review- a SCOPUS and ABDC ‘C’ listed journal, Euro-Med Journal of Business- Emerald Publishing- an SJR Q1 Journal, Journal of Business and Management Research, The Lumbini Journal of Business and Economics.

Peer reviewed publications

  • Neupane, T.P. (2020). Is Individualism Fatal in Pandemic? Review of Behavioral Economics, 7, 1-16. USA: Now Publisher. “Lead Paper”, (ABDC- B, ABS-2).
  • Neupane, T.P. (2022). Evaluating SMART Agricultural Village Program: A Mixed Method Approach, Agricultural Economics Review (2022). Greek Association of Agricultural Economists. (ABDC-C, SCOPUS Indexed, SJR).
  • Neupane, T.P. (2020). Validation of Brand Patriotism Scale in Nepali Context. The Lumbini Journal of Business and Economics 1(1), 11-23. Nepal: Lumbini Banijya Campus.
  • Neupane, T.P. (2019). Effect of Remittance Inflows on Urban Slums. The Lumbini Journal of Business and Economics 1(1), 17-24. Nepal: Lumbini Banijya Campus.
  • Neupane, T.P. (2018). Impact of Perceived Service Quality, Credibility and Prestige of Private College-Brand on Satisfaction and Word of Mouth of Under-Graduate College Students. The Lumbini Journal of Business and Economics 6(1), 31-43. Nepal: Lumbini Banijya Campus.
  • Timilsena, R., Chaudhary, L. and Neupane, T.P. (2021). Public Service Motivation and Satisfaction of Nurses in Butwal City in COVID-19 Pandemic. The Lumbini Journal of Business and Economics 7(1), 11-23. Nepal: Lumbini Banijya Campus.
  • Presented paper entitled “Effect of Remittance Inflows on Urban Slums” on conference-themed International Seminar on Redefining Management Education in Nepal. Lumbini Banijya Campus, Nepal.
  • Public Service Motivation and Satisfaction of Nurses in Butwal City in COVID-19 Pandemic on conference-themed Paradigm-Shifts in Business Management, Social Innovation, and Information Science. Lumbini Banijya Campus, Nepal
  • Presented abstract paper entitled “Social, Economic and Environmental Sustainability: Exploring Gap in School Level Curriculum in India” on ICSSR sponsored workshop on “Digitization and Circular Economy Practices in India: A Drive for Swachcha Bharat Abhiyan and Digital India”, on 16 & 17 December 2022, O P Jindal Global University, India.
  • Feasibility Study to Establish Province University in Province No 5 (2020). Team Member, Report Submitted to Ministry of Social Development, Province No 5, Butwal, Nepal. (NRs. 1.3 million), 2019
  • Skill Mapping and Survey Program of Karnali Province (2021). Principal Investigator, Inception Report Submitted to Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology Singha Darbar Kathmandu. (NRs 1.9 million), 2021
  • Project on Impact Evaluation of Agricultural Development Program (NRs. 0.5 million), 2020

He started teaching in 2005 and has been teaching in different capacities. He enjoys teaching various business courses bringing discussion with scholarly evidences. He has taught courses such operations research, quantitative techniques, marketing management, organizational behavior, data analysis and modeling. He has taught a wide array of subjects such as Business Research Methods, Project Appraisal and Valuation, Human Resource Management, Management Process and Organizational Behavior and Strategic Management at undergraduate and graduate level in Tribhuvan University and Kathmandu University.