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Vibha Tripathi

Senior Lecturer
M.Com,Mphil,Pursuing Ph.D.
Areas of interest
Financial Accounting
Contact
+919825058739
vibha.tripathi@ahduni.edu.in

Vibha Tripathi is currently working as a faculty in Finance Accounting & Control Area and has been involved in teaching, evaluating and mentoring the undergraduate students of all the three years at the B.Com Program, AMSOM,Ahmedabad University. She has completed her M.Com, M. Phil in Accountancy (2008) from the Gujarat University and is currently pursuing Ph.D. in Accountancy on the topic “AN ANALYSIS OF CAPITAL STUCTURE OF LEADING AUTOMOBILE COMPANIES IN INDIA” from the same. The area of her interest is Financial Accounting and Convergence of Indian Accounting Standards with IFRS.  

Moreover, she has visited various manufacturing and service Industries within and outside INDIA. She has visited Polysolar Ltd, Cambridge U.K., Redgion Ltd, Clean Tech Ltd, UKIBC and FICCI in London. In Delhi & Ludhiana: Vardhman Textiles, Vihaan Network Limited, Shyam Telecom Limited and Whirlpool Limited. In Gujarat: Adani gas, Mundra port, Orpat Electronics, Wellspun, Atul chemicals.  

SPECIAL PROGRAMS ATTENDED

Selected for the Cambridge Immersion Programme as a part of the EMBA Programme of AMSOM and visited Judge Business School, Cambridge University during June-July 2014. The programme included coursework, lectures by Entrepreneurs, Business angles, Experts, Consultants at Judge Business School.

 

  • Paper titled "Corporate Financing Pattern and Capital Structure Analysis of Leading Automatic Companies in India: A Panel Data Regression" published in  Journal of Commerce & Accounting Research in  October 2016, ISSN 2277-2146,Pg: 44-55.
  • Paper titled "Progress Card of the Indian Automobile Industry" published in the  IUP Journal of Business Strategy in September 2016, ISSN 0972-9259,Pg: 48-61.
  • Paper titled “Convergence to IND AS 16: Changes and Implications” published in The IUP Journal of Accounting Research and Audit Practices in July 2015, ISSN: 0972-690X, Vol XIV, NO 3, Pg.: 7-28.
  • A paper titled, “Convergence of AS 14 Amalgamation to IND AS 103 Business Combination and carve outs from IFRS 3” published in FOCUS –an International Journal of Management by IFIM in March 2015, ISSN: 0973-9165, Vol 10.No:2, Pg.: 91-97.
  • Paper titled “converged IND AS 103 Business Combination and Treatment of Goodwill and Bargain purchase” published in national level Chartered Accountant Journal in Jan 2014, Issue, volume 62. No 7, RNI no 738/57, ISSN 0009-188X
  • A Paper on Managing the IFRS Changeover: Convergence of Ind AS 16 with IAS 16, co-authored by Prof. Poonam Dugar, published by Zenith International Research & Academic Foundation (ZIRAF) in the October 2012 issue of Zenith International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (ZIJMR) (Vol. 2 Issue 10. Pages 116-134, ISSN Online: 2231-5780).

CURRENT: Faculty at AMSOM,Ahmedabad University(2005 to present)

Teaching various courses of Accountancy to the undergraduate students of the B.Com program.

 

PREVIOUS:

  • Worked as a visiting faculty at H.L Centre for Professional Education (HLCPE).
  • Teaching Accountancy to the students appearing for the Entrance level exam for Chartered Accountancy course-Common Proficiency Test (CPT)
  • Worked as a visiting Faculty of Accountancy at H. L .Institute of Commerce.(2005)
  • Worked as a visiting faculty of Accountancy at H.L. Institute of Computer Applications. (2005)

Paper titled "Determinants of leverage for leading Automobile companies in India and Industry in general: A Panel Data Approach" presented in the India Finance Conference 2016 at the Indian Institute of Management,Ahmedabad(IIMA) on 19th December 2016.

Paper tiltled "The Current Configuration and the Growth Trajectory of Sales, Production and Exports of Indian Automobile Industry" presented at one day UGC sponsored National Conference at KCG on 3rd September,2016.

Paper presented on “Convergence of AS 14 Amalgamation to IND AS 103 Business Combination and carve outs from IFRS 3”  at the 15th Annual Conference of the Asian Academic Accounting Association ,held on 16th& 17th October 2014 at IFIM Business School Bangalore.

Paper titled Managing the IFRS Changeover: Convergence of Ind AS 16 with IAS 16, presented in April 2012 at International Conference on Contemporary innovative Practices in Management in the area of finance at Pacific university, Udaipur.

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