Neeraj Sehrawat, MBA

Mr. Neeraj Sehrawat, MBA

Areas of Expertise

  • Corporate Analysis & Valuation
  • Detecting Earning Management
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Financial Econometrics
  • Blockchain in Banking Sector and Cryptocurrency

Neeraj Sehrawat, MBA

Assistant Professor

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Literature on finance helps us to understand the phenomena being observed in the financial universe. Econometrics and statistics provide the empirical framework for decoding the relationship between variables that result in various financial events, both at macro and micro levels. Thus an understanding of both is essential for application of financial knowledge to achieve the desired results. Currently, Mr. Neeraj has been focussing his research on the interrelationship between earnings management practices, corporate governance and firm performance. He is examining the extent to which bank monitoring can substitute internal corporate governance mechanism. He is also deeply involved in research on gender sensitivity issues and the impact that the presence of female directors will have on the firm performance. He is an Alumnus of IIM, Ahmedabad and FMS, University of Delhi and currently he is a faculty of applied accounting and finance. He has guided more than 200 research projects, 2 innovation projects and has authored books on valuation, GST and IFRS. He has been a consultant for KGMA Associates (CA firm) and Edu4sure (Education firm). He is also the Editor-in- Chief of Amar (interdisciplinary) Research Journal.


  • Pursuing PhD, Finance, FMS, University of Delhi, India
  • FDPM, IIM Ahmedabad, India
  • M.B.A


  • Impact of Corporate Governance on Earning Management: Large Sample Evidence from India
  • Gender Sensitivity at Workplace: Escalating the Dialogue in Corporate India
  • Independent Women Directors and Firm Performance: Evidence from India
  • A comparative study of Altman- z-score and credit rating for predicting a company‚Äôs failure performance
  • Impact of corporate governance on firm value