Dr. Nimmi P M

Assistant Professor

Educational Qualification

B Pharm, MBA, PhD

Employment History

2021 Nov      Associate Professor, Adishankara Business School, Kalady.
2021 Aug       Faculty Associate, IBS, Hyderabad
2021 Jan       Visiting Faculty, Bharatamatha Institute of Management, Thrikkakara.
2021 Jan        Research Content Formulation Team (Educational Psychology) – Lifology.

Key Responsibilities Held

Research and Development

Training & Mentoring

Teaching Interests

Analytics – Business Analytics, People Analytics

Operations Management

Career Psychology

Research Interests

Future of Work

Career Development & Career Psychology


Human- Computer Interaction


International publications:-

Nimmi P. M., William Donald, (2022), Modelling the Interaction Between Serious Leisure, Self-Perceived Employability, Stress, and Workplace Well-being: Empirical Insights from Graduates in India – Personnel Review (Scopus – ­ABDC ‘A’) –

Nimmi P.M., Vijay Kuriakose, William E Donald, Muhammed Naofal. (2021), “HERO Elements of Psychological Capital: Fostering Career Sustainability via Resource Caravans” Australian Journal of Career Development, Vol.30, Issue 3, pp.199-210 (Scopus – ABDC ‘B’)

Nimmi P. M., Zakkariya K. A., Anju Varghese Philip (2022), Enhancing employee wellbeing – An employability perspective. In Benchmarking: An International Journal. (Scopus – ­ABDC ‘B’)

Nimmi P. M., Geetha Jose, Maria Tresita Paul V., Anjali John, (2022), Workplace bullying, engagement and employability: Moderating role of organization-based self-esteem, Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, Accepted

Nimmi P. M. and Zakkariya K.A. (2021), “Determinants of perceived employability in current career context: Evidence from India”, Journal of Asia Business Studies, Vol. 15 No. 5, pp. 804-820. https://doi.org/10.1108/JABS-05-2020-0187 (Scopus – ABDC ‘C’ Journal).

Zakkariya, A., Nimmi P. M. and Smitha, A. (2020), ” Bridging job search and perceived employability in the labour market – A mediation model of job search, perceived employability and learning goal orientation”, Journal of International Education in Business, Vol. 14 No. 2, pp. 179-196. https://doi.org/10.1108/JIEB-01-2020-0008 (Scopus – ABDC ‘C’ Journal).

Geetha Jose, Nimmi P.M. and Sebastian Rupert Mampilly (2021), “It is not a case of ‘one size fits all’: The need for customized HRM practices for employee engagement”, Development and learning inorganizations: an international journal, Accepted. Vol. 35 No. 6, pp. 14-17. https://doi.org/10.1108/DLO-01-2021-0021.(Scopus – ABDC ‘C’ Journal).

Nimmi P. M., George Joseph and William E Donald. (2021), Is it all about Perception? A sustainability viewpoint on Psychological capital and Life wellbeing of management graduates –Higher Education, Skills and Work-based learning, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/HESWBL-01-2021-0004 (Scopus – ABDC ‘C’).

Nimmi P M., Paul Mathew, William E Donald, (2022) Additional Skills Acquisition Programme (ASAP) Project: The case of an employability enhancement initiative in India – Journal of International Education in Business. (ABDC – C Scopus)

Nimmi P.M., Binoy, A.K., Joseph, G. and Suma, R. (2021), “Significance of developing spirituality among management students: discerning the impact on psychological resources and wellbeing”, Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/JARHE-10-2020-0372 (Scopus – Q2).

Nimmi P.M., Zakkariya, K.A. and Rahul, P.R. (2021), “Channelling employability perceptions through lifelong learning: an empirical investigation”, Education + Training, Vol. 63 No. 5, pp. 763-776. https://doi.org/10.1108/ET-10-2020-0295. (Scopus – Q1)

Paul V. Mathew and Nimmi P.M. (2021), “Sustainable Tourism Development: Discerning the impact of responsible tourism on community wellbeing”, Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Insights, Accepted (Scopus)

Nimmi P M., Giulia Vilone and JagathyRaj V. P. (2021), “Impact of AI technologies on organisational learning: Proposing an Organisation Cognition schema” – DLO, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/DLO-08-2021-0148 (Scopus – ABDC -C).

Nimmi, P. M., Zakkariya, K. A., & Nezrin, R. (2020). Insight to Impact: The Effect of Protean Career Attitude on Employability Perceptions of IT Professionals. Colombo Business Journal, 11(1). (UGC-Care) 

National publications:-

Nimmi, P. M., & Zakkariya, K. A. (2016). Developing Metacognitive Skills: A Potential Intervention for Employability Enhancement. Journal of Contemporary Research in Management, 11(3). (ProQuest)

Nouwfal M., Nimmi P.M., Sreejith S., (2021) Impact of job insecurity on emotional exhaustion: examining the buffering role of perceived employability – Journal of strategic human resource management, (Cabell’s, ProQuest).

Membership in Professional Associations

2019-   Analytics Society of India

2020-   Indian Society of Training and Development (Life membership)

2020-   Women in Data Science

Conference Organized

Coordinator for the “Workshop on Multivariate Data Analysis: Basics and Advances” held at School of Management Studies, Cochin University of Science and Technology during May 8th -12th, 2017.

Member of Functional Committee for conducting National Conference on “New Paradigms in Business and Management” organized by School of Management Studies, Cochin University of Science and Technology on April 20-21, 2017.

Coordinator for the Annual Research Methodology Course (Series 1): Research Skills and Data Analysis Using ‘R’ conducted by School of Management Studies, Cochin University of Science and Technology from May 25-27, 2016.

Conference Convener – International Virtual Conference, Adi Shankara Business School, February, 2022


2021    Best Paper Award and Best Presenter Award
4th Rajagiri Conference on New Paradigms in Management, Rajagiri Business School

2022    Resource Person, One Day Virtual Workshop on Academic Research Writing, ABS

2022    Resource Person – Introduction to SPSS – Workshop – SNGIST,

2022    Reviewer, Academy of Management Conference, 2022

2021     Resource Person, Webinar by Ave Stella Maris College, Ramamangalam

2021    Resource Person, Nvivo Two-Day Workshop, JCT Islam Nursing College, Vellimadukunnu, Calicut.

2021    Resource Person, Webinar by department of Commerce, St. Albert’s College, Ernakulam

2021    Journal Peer Reviewer, Leadership & Organisation Development Journal (Emerald)

2019    Journal Peer Reviewer, Education + Training (Emerald)

2020    Journal Peer Reviewer, Journal of International Education in Business (Emerald)


Paper on Protean attitude and Psychological wellbeing for Employability Conference, Open University, Trent, UK, March 2022.

Paper on Serious Leisure and Creativity presented for conference at BLiv 22, January 2022.

Paper on AI adoption and Organisational learning accepted for International conference at Woxsen School of Business, Telengana, February 2022.

Presented a paper at DDU Kaushal Kendra, CUSAT on “Proposing a TAM for Lifelong learning” at the 2nd International Conference on HRD – (ICHRD’18) on March 21 & 22, 2018. Abstract was published as part of conference proceedings