Recent Research Topics in Geography (2022)

  • Species that became extinct in the 20th century: qualitative research. Address the human influence on various species.
  • Current issues in the exploration of Arctic. Discuss difficulties and specifics of such explorations.
  • A comparison of urban back gardens in the USA and the UK. You can compare their design and other features (for example, vegetation used for decoration).
  • The causes and outcomes of flooding in the USA in the 2010s. Address climate change as one of the leading causes.
  • Prevention of ecosystem changes with modern technology. Provide various examples of how technology is used to sustain ecosystems.
  • Changes in holidays destinations in the 2000s: a comparison of the USA and Canada. Demonstrate what changes in preferences were documented in these countries and show what destinations were especially popular.
  • The perception of environmentally friendly technologies and their impact on the environment by citizens of large metropolitan areas: a case study of Miami. Explain how various projects based on environmentally friendly technologies are launched in Miami.
  • A negative impact of global warming on weather conditions in Iceland. Discuss how tourism in Iceland is affected by these changes.
  • The influence of industrialization on climate change. Address the causes of climate change, using industrialization and its consequences as a basis.
  • Compare Greenfield and Brownfield land use for construction projects.
  • Investigate the significance of red salmon for Kamchatka.
  • The social impact of climate change: a study of migration patterns.
  • The potential of community gardening in underprivileged neighborhoods.
  • Study the link between the strengths of hurricanes and climate change.
  • What can be done to stop gentrification in your community?
  • Evaluate coastal tourism, its effect, and implications.
  • The impact of reservoir locations on water quality.
  • How did industrialization affect the development of Chicago?
  • Study soil pollution levels in your community area.
  • Conduct an analysis of air quality in your city.
  • Environmental tourism, its history, and perspectives.
  • Differences in soil chemistry across several locations.
  • The impact of organic farming on water quality in your area.
  • Compare the sustainability of organically vs. conventionally farmed tomatoes.
  • Research air pollution levels and data on airborne illnesses in your area.
  • What’s the relationship between rock climbing and cliff vegetation?
  • Study the changes in soil fertility upon volcanic eruption.
  • How does the Chernobyl disaster continue to affect the surrounding area?
  • Determine the patterns of floods in a particular area of your choice.

Recent Research Topics in Education (2022)

  • Educational games as tools for enhancing learning abilities: theory and practice. Many studies have been conducted on different learning approaches. For young learners, engagement is as critical as the outcome. Therefore, this work focuses on educational games and their effect on children’s improvisation and learning.
  • Studying the connection between classroom quality and the learning outcome in kindergarten. Children are strongly affected by their environment, especially when it comes to learning. This dissertation topic example is all about looking into different classroom settings and their effect on kids’ learning outcomes.
  • Evaluating the process of implementation of inclusive education in the US. Professionals argue that inclusive education carries multiple benefits for all students (not just those with limited abilities.) However, it is quite a challenging process to implement all the changes.
  • Factors influencing the decision to transfer to the higher education institution outside the US. In this work, you can focus on finding out the reasons for such a decision. Why do undergraduate students choose to leave their home country? What are the most important factors?
  • Online education vs. traditional face-to-face for adult learners: compare and contrast. Online courses have their own benefits. However, would adult learners prefer them to in-person classrooms? How does it affect their learning and motivation?
  • How does working as a taxi driver and navigating change a person’s brain?
  • To what extent can reality television be disempowering for students?
  • The role of homework in the lives of immigrant adolescents.
  • The impact of teachers’ shocking behaviors in fostering students’ creativity.
  • The determinants of flossing behavior in college students.
  • The classification of drinking styles in the college-age population.
  • Integrating the computer into the curriculum: why you can’t simply plug it in.
  • The preconditions for serious music-making avocation in computer science students.
  • Adult graduate difficulties with learning new technologies.
  • The effect of academic performance on the health of adolescents.
  • The impact of mathematic coaching on students’ self-esteem.
  • The influence of internet on the emotional maturity of students.
  • Academic achievements of students who decide to become teachers.
  • Is it true that students are more likely to do homework given by good-looking professors?
  • Informal learning in rural areas via social networks.
  • Edu blogging for professors: the social networks of educationists.
  • Does learning existentialism cause suicides?
  • Is it possible to reduce summer learning loss without students’ consent?
  • Can we reject classical math and do it at the same time? Yes, we can.
  • What are major career prospects with a degree in Liberal Arts?
  • Using electronic games in museums as an effective education tool.

Recent Research Topics in Management (2022)

  • Ecotourism in Canada: issues and trends in small business. Explain issues that arise in ecotourism with climate change.
  • Management ethics: how social media affects employees’ privacy and organizational climate. Present examples of negative and positive influence.
  • Leadership styles: a comparison of democratic and autocratic leadership. Discuss what leadership style should be chosen to rule various companies, depending on their business plan.
  • Political risk and its influence on emergency management. Explain how political crises affect and shape emergency management.
  • Cultural diversity and its impact on employees’ satisfaction and commitment. Show what advantages and disadvantages there are in cultural diversity.
  • Economic growth and unemployment rates in Australia during the 1990s: a historical perspective. Explain the causes of economic growth and unemployment.
  • Challenges in human resources management working with millennials: qualitative research. Discuss what particular challenges HR managers face and how they can be addressed.
  • The significance of organizational routines in international corporations: a case study of Google. Conduct research on the importance of routine and its impact on performance.
  • Computer skills and management: the effectiveness of computerized management information system in rural areas. Describe how digital management can be effectively applied in companies working in rural areas.
  • The history of digital rights management in the USA. Present the changes in the field during the 1990s-2010s.
  • Analyze the best leadership styles for SMEs.
  • Examine the changes entrepreneurship underwent in the past decades.
  • How do leadership styles relate to work satisfaction?
  • Overview of business negotiation methods using technology.
  • Ways of integrating corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices.
  • Discuss the specifics of airline companies’ management.
  • Choose a theory of motivation in the workplace and make a case study on it.
  • Study change management in SMEs in times of a crisis.
  • Managing diverse teams: a qualitative analysis.
  • Use of employee voice in US companies.
  • Research the relationship between the organization’s goals and a manager’s behavior.
  • What are the best current practices in public administration?
  • Applying strategic human capital principles in practice.
  • The study of female CEOs in a country of your choice.
  • Employees’ perception of change management: a quantitative analysis.
  • A study of employees’ resistance to change.
  • What’s the correlation between a CEO’s leadership traits and employee motivation?
  • Workplace risk management: a study of psychosocial hazards.
  • Conduct a quantitative study of the gender pay gap for CEOs.
  • Research the relationship between management style and employee productivity.

Major Research Areas in Commerce (2022)

  1.  Consumer Behavior in Online and Off-line Platforms, Retail Business, Marketing Communication, Service Quality, Digital Marketing, Consumer Ethnocentrism, CRM.
  2. Sustainable Development, Sustainability, Green and Organic Products.
  3. Global Financial System, Financial Derivatives and Risk Management, Strategic Finance, Financial Economics.
  4. Advanced Economic Analysis, Monetary Theory & Practice, Transport Economics, and Logistics, Quantitative Techniques for Economic Analysis, Demographics and Population Studies.
  5. Employee Empowerment, Leadership, Conflict, Employer Branding, Green HRM, Emotional Intelligence, Work-Life Balance, Stress Management, Ethics.
  6. Foreign Trade Policy Procedures & Documentation, International Trade & Banking, International Logistics, FDI.
  7. Small Business & Entrepreneurial Skills, Entrepreneurship, Family Business, Banking, Insurance.
  8. Data Mining, Soft Computing, Cloud Computing.

Shiv Nadar University Opens PhD Admission July 2022: Tuition Fee Waiver & Monthly Fellowship @ INR 40- 50K

Shiv Nadar University, a private multidisciplinary research university in Noida and an Institution of Eminence, has announced PhD Admission  Spring Session 2021-22.

Fellowship Benefits: The stipend amount is INR 40,000 for Year 1 and Year 2 and INR 45,000 for Year 3, Year 4 and Year 5.  A student may be awarded a 100% waiver or a 50% waiver on an annual academic fee of INR 1,10,000. Programs can determine the waiver for each student, taking into consideration his/her qualifications and their admission criteria.

Key Dates:

Department of Computer Science & Engineering:

Department of Chemical Engineering

Last date for the receipt of completed application form & application fee – 03 July 2022

Written Tests and/or Interview – 14 July 2022

Department of Civil Engineering

Last date for the receipt of completed application form & application fee – 03 July 2022

Written Tests and/or Interview – 09 July 2022

Department of Computer Science & Engineering

Last date for the receipt of completed application form & application fee – 09 July 2022

Written Tests and/or Interview – 18 July 2022

Department of Computer Science & Engineering

Department of Electrical Engineering

Last date for the receipt of completed application form & application fee – 03 June 2022

Written Tests and/or Interview – 05 July 2022

Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering

Last date for the receipt of completed application form & application fee – 03 June 2022

Written Tests and/or Interview – 05 July 2022

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Last date for the receipt of completed application form & application fee – 30 June 2022

Written Tests and/or Interview – 05 July 2022

Department of Chemistry

Last date for the receipt of completed application form & application fee – 31 May 2022

Department of Life Sciences

Last date for the receipt of completed application form & application fee – 30 June 2022

Department of Mathematics

Last date for the receipt of completed application form & application fee – 15 June 2022

Department of Physics

Last date for the receipt of completed application form & application fee – 11 June 2022

Application Fees: Applicants are required to pay a non-refundable application fees of Rs. 1,200 (One Thousand Two Hundred Only) by credit/debit card.

List of Departments where PhD Admission Available:

Chemical Engineering

Civil Engineering

Computer Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Electronics & Communication Engineering

Mechanical Engineering




Life Science s

Selection Procedure:

Eligibility criteria mentioned on the Admission Notification is the minimum requirement. Online written test followed by an interview for shortlisted candidates (in the written test) will be held on the dates mentioned above. Final selections will be based on past academic performance, written examination and interview.

For exact eligibility criteria, how to apply and other details, candidates should refer the PhD Admission Notification  Page of official website of Shiv Nadar University, Greater Noida.

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