Principal, Department of Commerce, Government Degree College
Osmania University, Hyderabad, India
Dr. P. Malyadri has got 30 years of experience of Teaching, Research, Administration,Training and consultancy. A prolific writer; Dr. Malyadri has authored 4 Books and 76 Research papers on Banking, Rural and economic development issues in various National and International journals of repute. He has presented several research papers in around 100 National and International seminars and conferences. He is on the International Editorial advisory boards as a Member in 308 International Peer reviewed journals published from Canada, USA, U K ,Taiwan, Czech Republic, Italy, Turkey, Dubai, Philippines, Australia ,Bangladesh, Romania, Pakistan. Kenya. Iran, Africa, Nigeria ,Berlin , Tunisian Republic, Indonesia ,Singapore ,Thailand ,Iceland,Republic of Lithuania , West Africa,Brasil ,Poland, Nepal , VietNam. and many others including INDIA. Dr.Malyadri carried out two Major Research Projects sponsored by the UGC, New Delhi. He is a recognized Research supervisor to guide M.Phil. and Ph.D. students in the Departments of Commerce and Business Management, Osmania University and was awarded 4 Ph.D.’s and 22 M.Phil.’s under his guidance.He also recognized Research supervisior to guide Ph.D scholars in the Deptarment of Commerce and Management,Bharathiar University,Coimbatore &Kanchi University,Kancheepuram,Tamilnadu. He served as Program officer of the National Service Scheme for 5 years and conducted several programs and received outstanding awards. Presently he is serving as the Principal; Osmania University affiliated Government Degree College for the last 4 years. He received several outstanding awards for his academic achievements. Dr. Malyadri is State level Best Teacher awardees in the year 2008, honored by Government of Andhra Pradesh. His current research interests include CRM, Bank Marketing, and Micro Finance. Rural Development, Human Resource Management, Entrepreneurial development.
Banking, Rural and economic development issues