Jang Bahadur Singh

Information Systems and Analytics

Fellow (IIM Bangalore), M Tech (IIT Kharagpur)

+91 431 250 5014


Prof. Jang Bahadur Singh is an Associate Professor in the Information Systems and Analytics Area, IIM Tiruchirappalli. He holds a doctorate from IIM Bangalore and M. Tech from IIT Kharagpur. His current research focuses on understanding information technology related societal issues in India (such as digital divide and digital literacy) using large scale publicly available datasets. His interest also encompasses application of machine learning techniques for business-decision making. His teaching interest includes management information systems, business analytics and artificial intelligence for managers. He has conducted sessions in business analytics related management development programs for working executives at IIM Trichy and other leading management institutes. He has co-authored a teaching case titled "Cure.fit: A Health Check", which received first prize at the Association of Information Systems (AIS)- Covid-19 Learning Action Awards for the Asia and Pacific region.

Kumar, M., Singh, J. B., Chandwani, R., & Gupta, A | Year – 2022

Locating resistance to healthcare information technology: A Bourdieusian analysis of doctors' symbolic capital conservation. Information Systems Journal32(2), 377-413.

Jang Bahadur Singh, Sujeet K Sharma, Prashant Gupta | Year – 2021

Physical Learning Environment Challenges in the Digital Divide: How to Design Effective Instruction during COVID-19?, Communications of the Association for Information Systems, Volume 48(1), 18.

M Vimalkumar, Jang Bahadur Singh, Sirish Kumar Gouda | Year – 2021

Contextualizing the relationship between Gender and Computer Self-efficacy: An Empirical study from India. Information & Management, Volume 58 (4), 103464.

M Vimalkumar, Sujeet Kumar Sharma, Jang Bahadur Singh, Yogesh K Dwivedi | Year – 2021

‘Okay google, what about my privacy?’: User's privacy perceptions and acceptance of voice based digital assistants. Computers in Human Behavior 120, 106763

Devendra Dilip Potnis, Aakanksha Gaur, Jang Bahadur Singh | Year – 2020

Analysing Slow Growth of Mobile Money Market in India Using a Market Separation Perspective. Information Technology for Development, Volume 26(2), 369-393.

M Vimalkumar, Jang Bahadur Singh, Sujeet Kumar Sharma | Year – 2020

Exploring the Multi-level Digital Divide in Mobile Phone Adoption: A Comparison of Developing Nations. Information Systems Frontiers, 1-20.

Mayank Kumar, Jang Bahadur Singh, Rajesh Chandwani, Agam Gupta | Year – 2020

“Context” In Healthcare Information Technology Resistance: A Systematic Review Of Extant Literature And Agenda For Future Research. International Journal of Information Management. Volume 51, 102044.

Sujeet Kumar Sharma, Santosh K Misra, Jang Bahadur Singh | Year – 2020

The Role Of GIS-Enabled Mobile Applications In Disaster Management: A Case Analysis Of Cyclone Gaja In India. International Journal Of Information Management. Volume 51, 102030.

Singh, Jang Bahadur Singh , Kumar Vimal | Year – 2019

From Mobile Access to Use: Evidence of Feature Level Digital Divide in India. Economic and Political Weekly, Volume 54 (60-67).

Dwivedi, Y. K., Hughes, L., Ismagilova, E., Aarts, G., Coombs, C., Crick, T., Sharma, S.K.,... & Galanos, V. | Year – 2019

Artificial Intelligence (AI): Multidisciplinary Perspectives On Emerging Challenges, Opportunities, And Agenda For Research, Practice And Policy. International Journal of Information Management. 101994

Jang Bahadur Singh, Rajesh Chandwani, Mayank Kumar | Year – 2018

Factors Affecting Web 2.0 Adoption: Exploring the Knowledge Sharing and Knowledge Seeking Aspects in Healthcare Professionals. Journal of Knowledge Management, Volume 22(1), 21-43.

Management Information System (PGPM/PGPBM)
Business Analytics for Decision Making (PGPM/PGPBM)
Artificial Intelligence for Managers (PGPM)
Information Systems Research Foundation (PhD)
Recent Development in Information Systems (PhD)
Business Decision Making through Spreadsheets
Human Resource Analytics
Data Analytics 

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