K.P. Nitha

K.P. NithaNitha K P, working as Assistant Professor in Vidya academy of Science and Technology, Thrissur, Kerala, India from December 2007, till date. In March 2013, she completed her Post Graduate Degree and thesis for the Masters of Technology [M.Tech] in Computer Science and Engineering at Mahatma Gandhi University, India As a student in the Masters of Technology [M.Tech] program. Her scholarly concerns were mostly focused on Artificial Neural Network, and Pattern Recognition. In addition, the rigorous post graduate curriculum in the M.Tech program placed a strong emphasis on individual research and intensive academic writing to prepare for Ph.D.-level studies. Both as a student and a facilitator, she find herseself consistently engaged with the intersection of new emerging technologies like Big Data, IoT Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence. She published papers in International Journals and IEEE Explore Digital Library in the area of Smart Health, IoT, Big Data, Data Mining and Deep Learning in Health Care, Have also presented papers at conferences, on Computational Intelligence and Recent Innovations in Engineering and Technology. She received the recipient of the best mentor award, presented in the year 2018 and also has handling personality development trainings for the students group both of engineering and management stream. She have also undergone the certification of the title “Certified Data Analyst” of ICT Academy, Kerala a government agency for providing certifications and trainings.

Papers Published in World Economics:

Indian Rupee on the Back-Foot Against the British Pound

In foreign exchange (forex) markets the Indian rupee has fallen against the British pound over a long period, for various reasons. India is the fastest-growing large economy in the world, with a rising middle class that makes it increasingly attractive to British exporters. So, the UK–India trade relationship influences currency movements. This study focuses on the impact of the UK–India trade relationship, other macroeconomic variables such as foreign direct investment (outflow and inflow), real interest rates, gross domestic product, foreign exchange reserves and how the external debts of India affect the rupee. Investors, arbitrageurs, traders, exporters and importers in the forex market like to know the impact of the most significant macroeconomic variables on currency.

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