About Prof. Pallavi Biyani

To encourage creativity and higher-order thinking in a way that increases student performance at one of the finest PGDM college in India – Taxila Business School.

I believe teaching students of every age by providing work-based learning to offer quality education to them. To build a long-term career as a teacher in a position that offers opportunities for mine career growth, and to obtain a position in special education teaching that will allow me to use my strong passion for student development coupled with skills and experience that will enable me to make a difference in their own life.

  • 10th CBSE – St. Edmunds school, Jaipur,2007 – 200
  • 12th CBSE – St. Edmunds school, Jaipur, 2009 – 2010
  • Cs Foundation cleared in 2010 Dec & Cs executive 2011 Dec cleared both Groups & passed
  • CS Professional in June 2013 – Institute of Companies Secretaries, 2010 – 2013. ( 1st year scored 2nd highest marks in college) from Rajasthan university (Kanoria college), 2010 – 2013
  • M.COM?(pvt) in FINANCE AND ECONOMIC ANALYSIS from Rajasthan university.
  • Passed CA Inter.
  • Completed DIGITAL MARKETING Certification from GOOGLE
  • Passed NPTEL 12 Weeks Working Capital Management Course with Elite score.
  • Worked as an Assistant Professor(Finance)- MBA Block In? Swami Keshvanand Institute of Technology, Management &Gramothan, Jaipur. (Sept 2016 to November 2018)
  • Visiting Faculty in ICAI, ICSI, and ICWA (Professional Bodies)
  • Student Engagement Coordinator, Incharge of Knowledge Management Committee.
    Member of Rotract Club Jaipur.
  • Have been in Velocis Pvt Ltd as Company Secretary (Compliance officer) (April 2015 to August 2016)
S. No. Title of Article/Paper Name of Journal / Magazine ISSN no. Month & Year of Publication International / National
1 Economic Governance for inclusive economic development and role of different stakeholders Chartered Secretary Oct-2016 National
2 Good Corporate Governance: Ethos and Importance Chartered Secretary May-17 National
3 GST Effect on Banking Services ICSI Journal Newsletter Jan-18 National
4 Nature and Dimensions of Unorganzied Sector in India INSPIRA-Journal of Modern Management & entrepreneurship 2231-167X Jan-18 National
5. Evolution of India as the Perfect Global Investment Hub International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews 2349-5138 August-18 International
6. Motivational Factors Affecting Work Family Balance amongst Women Corporate Governance Professionals SKIT Research Journal 2278-2508 Oct 18 International
7. Webpreneurship: A Trending Career International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews 2349-5138 Dec 18 International
  • National conference on Financial literacy in January 2018
  • Programme on Corporate Social Responsibility with Rotaract Club
  • Workshop on Professional Development programme
  • Shows telecasted on OK India Channel of taking Interviews of Ministers and Beaurocrats
  • ?Felicitation by ICSI Jaipur Chapter – “Excellence in the Education ” Award
  • ?Felicitation by I Creates Rajasthan for providing services to rural area women.
  • ?Winner in 9th ALL INDIA National Moot Court Competition organised by ICSI-NIRC.
  • Organised National Member Conference asCo-ordinator.
  • Published Research papers in National & International level.( 7 Papers)
  • Conducted Workshops like EYES “Enhancement of employability skills”, RTI Seminars.
  • ?Conducted National Level Conference, Seminars like NATIONAL SEMINAR ON? ? FINANCIAL LITERACY, Programme with ROTARACT on Corporate social responsibility
  • ?Cleared IAS preliminary exam and CBSE NET 2017.
  • ?Certificate of Completion of SIP & EDP of ICSI program.
  • ?Member in NGOs and worked as volunteer in many seminars.
  • ?Participated in various Law Quizzes and Debate Sessions Organised by ICSI (Jaipur Chapter).
  • International Financial Management
  • Accounting for Management,
  • Business Environment,
  • Business Laws
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Management of Financial services,
  • Cost Accounting,
  • Banking and Insurance


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