Dr. Raj Singh has more than 34 years experience in academics, training and industry. He has worked Dean, Faculty of Management, SGT University, Budhera, Distt. Gurgaon., Registrar & Professor – Management, Ansal Institute of Technology, Gurgaon, Principal, Alwar Management Studies, the management college of IET Group of Institutions, Alwar. He has also worked as Executive Director, Institute of Labour Development, Jaipur. Dy. Manager Training at Grasim Industries Ltd., Gwalior and Shift production–in-charge at DCM Silk Mills, Delhi.
Dr Raj Singh B Text. PGDBM, MBA (HR) and Ph.D (Mgt.). was awarded fellowship by International Institute of Labour Studies, ILO, Geneve He has attended Training Program on “Enhancing Capabilities for Training and Retaining of VRS Workers” at International Training Center of International Labour Organization (ITC-ILO), Turin, Italy. He has organized and attended several high level National & International workshops, conferences and seminars. He has conducted a series of Management Development Programme for the middle level employees of the industry and Entrepreneurship Development Programme cum Vocational training for voluntary retired employees of public sector undertakings. He has edited books and presented several papers in seminar and conferences in his areas of work. He has guided more than 82 MBA & MHRM and 80 BBA students in their project work.
Dr Raj Singh is expert of teaching Human Resources Management, Operation & Production Management and Project Management to UG/PG students. He was member of Committee for curriculum Development for Vocational Programmes for voluntary retired employees of PSU under the CRR scheme of Ministry Heavy Industry & Public Enterprise, Govt. of India. He is Chief Editor & Executive member of All India Textile Association, Delhi, National Council Member and Diploma In-charge Gurgaon Chapter of Indian Society for training & Development. Delhi.
Team Building, Project Managment, Self Development. Supervisory Development, Decision Making, Effective Communication, Problem Solving, Soft Skills Experiential Learning and Worker's Development