Dr. Manimekalai Jambuligam

Dr. Manimekalai Jambuligam

Senior Lecturer

Ph.D Asia e university, Malaysia
MBA (HRM) University of Wales U.K
B.CS. Bharathidasan University .India
Diploma N.C .C

Research Interests
  • Technology Adoption
  • Social net works (Ecommerce and Mobile commerce)
  • Orgainisational Behaviour
  • Human Resource Management
  • Teaching & Learning

Research Papers Published
  • Jambulingam M., (2011). Touch of A Finger. iPhone In –Learning Environment. Paper presented at the Proceedings of PACLING 2011, #14.
  • Jambulingam M.,. (2011). You Tube Video sites Enhance the Learning Environment. International conference on Teaching & Learning in Higher Education 2011.
  • Murali ,R & Jambulingam M.,. (2012). Adoption on Mobile Technolgoy in Learning Environment Paper presented at the International conference on emerging Trends computer & Technology
  • Jambulingam, M., & Shahryar Sorooshian. (2013). Usage of Mobile Features among Undergraduates and Mobile Learning. Current Research Journal of Social Sciences, 5(4), 130-133.cited in DOAJ
  • Jambulingam, M. (2013). Behavioural Intention to Adopt Mobile Technology among Tertiary Students. World Applied Sciences Journal 22(9), 1262-1271 cited in Scopus.
  • Jambulingam.M., & Dorairaj, R. (2013). Mobile Technology Exploitation in English Vocabulary Learning Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 76(6), 533 -536.
  • Shahryar Sorooshian, Jambulingam,M & Javad Dodangeh (2013). Case Study on Logistics Performance, International Journal of Engineering Business Management , W.H. Ip (Ed.), ISBN: 1847-9790, InTech, DOI: 10.5772/56264.
  • Sorooshian, S., Jambulingam, M., & Mousavi, M. (2013). Business Green Shift based on Innovation Concepts. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 6(9), 1632-1634.
  • Jambulingam M., Thuraisingam, A. S., & Rajagopal, G. R. (2013). Salient Factors Influencing the Healthy Development of Adolescents Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences,, 7(8), 561-564.cited in Scopus
  • R. Ratneswary, V. R., Ambikai S. Thuraisingam, Jambulingam, M., & Habibullah., M. S. (2013). Does Economic Development and Democracy Translate to Happiness? A Global Perspective. Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences,, 7(8), 545-553.
  • S.Thuraisingam, A., & Jambulingam , M. (2014). Tools for Learning Effective Utilisation of the Module Information Booklet (MIB) Japan.
  • Jambulingam, M., Selvarajah, C. S., & Thuraisingam, A. S. (2014). Social Media Networks and Gen Y. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 8(8), 1041-1044.
  • Caroline , S, Jambulingam, M., & Rajagopal, G. R. (2015). Issues and Challenges on Venturing into Facebook Commerce. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 10(11), 1311- 1315.
  • Yew, O. F., & Jambulingam, M. (2015). Critical Success Factors of E-learning Implementation at Educational Institutions. Journal of Interdisciplinary Research in Education (JIRE).
  • Vanathas, C., Jambulingam, M., & Matiah, J. (2015). Nonverbal Communication and Satisfaction on the Banking Industry. Journal of International Business Management 10(4), 324-328.
  • Jarnbulingam, M., Sorooshian, S., & Caroline,S. (2016). Tendency of Generation Y in Malaysia to Purchase Online Technological Product. International Business Management 10(2), 134-146.
  • Jambulingam, M, Caroline, S & Rajagopal, G.R. (2015). Barriers of Venturing into Facebook Commerce among SMEs. Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce, S2(S2), . http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/1204-5357.S2-008.
  • Ong, D., & Jambulingam, M. (2016). Reducing employee learning and development costs: the use of massive open online courses (MOOC). Development and Learning in Organizations: An International Journal, 30(5), 18–21. http://doi.org/10.1108/DLO-08-2015-0066

  • Most cited Award from Taylors University

Research & Consultancy Projects (Grants)
  • Taylors Grant for Social Media commerce (2014)
  • Taylors Grant for Mobile Commerce (2015)
  • Taylors Grant Women Entrepreneurs (2016)

FRGS Grant
  • Co researcher :Enhanced Model for Cyber Security Violation in IoT-Enabled Bright Society