Kuldeep Pradhan

Senior Lecturer: Business

Kuldeep.Pradhan@bil.ac.uk

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Starting my career in HE in early 2008, I have over a decade of teaching experience in the UK. Before my current post, I worked as a sessional HND lecturer for Sales Planning and Operations from 2014 at Bloomsbury Institute. I received the ‘eLearning practitioner’ award for 2 consecutive years, 2015 & 2016. I also contributed significantly in the development of productivity-tool based internal system (Bloomsbury Institute) for automated aggregation of raw VLE data.

In the past, I was the lead trainer for a corporate training company, where I developed, planned and delivered short courses on Leadership & Change Management for foreign government delegates.

As the coordinator of professional courses for a private HE college in 2010, I developed and deployed a bespoke system to track students learning journey for quality assurance, while also being a lecturer for business subjects such as Marketing and Quantitative methods. I have also worked as an adjunct lecturer for Londonmet for business modules at Foundation, UG and PG levels.

Interest

My professional interest lies in data analytics, particularly within the learning analytics and eLearning areas.

Being a technology enthusiast, I am a strong advocate for eLearning and eBooks. I keenly contribute ideas on enhancement of virtual learning environment (VLE). I am also a keen follower of innovations in technology that has potential of improving productivity and enhancing learning experience.

My personal interests lie in riding my motorcycle, listening to music of wide genre in both western & eastern. I am also a dilettante of piano, guitar, eastern flute & tabala (Indian drums) and singing.

Qualifications, Affiliations and Memberships

  • BSc, MBA with Merit, PTLLS (Level 4), PRINCE2 Foundation,
  • Fellow of Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

Research and Publications

Pradhan, K (2016) Service Quality Perception of Postgraduate Students in British Higher Education: Insights from a London University, LSBM Research Seminar Series (PDF)