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Annual Report

2015-16

Indian Council of Social Science Research


Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India
Aruna Asaf Ali Marg,
J.N.U. Institutional Area,
New Delhi-110067
Contents
Programmes 1-42
1. Overview 1-3
2. Research Promotion 4-11
3. Documentation 12-15
4. Research Survey and Publications 16-17
5. International Collaboration 18-26
6. Regional Centers 27-32
7. Research Institutes 33-42
43-415
Appendices
1. List of Members of the Council 45-47
2. ICSSR Senior Officials 48-49
3. Research Projects 50-111
4. Research Fellowships 112-193
5. Financial Assistance Provided for Organising 194-202
Capacity Building Programmes and Research
Methodology Courses
6. Financial Assistance Provided for Organising 203-256
International / National Seminars/ Conferences/
Workshops in India
7. Publication Grants 257-260
8. Financial Assistance Provided to Scholars for 261-286
Participation in International Conferences /
Data Collection Abroad
9. Major Activities of ICSSR Regional Centres 287-312
10. Major Activities of ICSSR Research Institutes 313-412
11. Theses Purchased / Bibliographies Prepared in 413-415
the NASSDOC

Statement of Accounts 416-511


Programmes
1
Overview

Social science research, which presupposes was formally launched in May 1969. It was
freedom of intellectual choice and opinion, considered a significant achievement of
needs to be encouraged by a developing envolving Indian democracy.
nation. India has not only encouraged it, but
also promoted it with state patronage. Objectives of the Council are:

Following the Independence of India in • To review the progress of social science


research and give advice to its users in
1947, as part of our nation-building programme
Government or outside;
there were efforts to make social science a
holistic knowledge system. India’s problems • To sponsor social science research
were unique and the tools available to study programmes and projects and administer
them were all invented in the West, which grants to institutions and individuals for
did not always prove useful. A strong need research in social sciences;
was felt to develop a methodology relevant
for understanding Indian complexities in the • To arrange for technical training in
field of social science research. Integrating research methodology and to provide
our intellectual traditions with the forces of guidance for research;
modernisation was a challenge that had its • To indicate periodically areas and topics
own positive and negative connotations. The on which social science research is to be
State came forward with its interventionist promoted and adopt special measures for
role to take up the daunting task. It could not development of research in neglected or
have been taken up by any other agency both new areas;
for financial and operational reasons.
• To coordinate research activities
Towards this pursuit, on 12th and encourage programmes of inter-
December 1968, the Ministry of Education disciplinary research;
(now known as Ministry of Human Resource
Development), Government of India, • To develop and support centres for
documentation services, maintenance
established the Indian Council of Social
and supply of data, inventory of current
Science Research (ICSSR) as an autonomous
social science research and preparation
organisation. The chief architects of this of a national register of social scientists;
endeavour included Professor V.K.R.V.
Rao, Professor D.R. Gadgil, Professor M.N. • To organise, sponsor and finance
Sriniwas, Professor P.N. Dhar, Dr. S.K. Mitra seminars, workshops, study circles,
and Shri J.P. Naik, among others. The ICSSR working groups and conferences for

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promoting research or utilisation of • To take such measures generally as may


social science research; be necessary to promote social science
research and its utilisation in the country.
• To undertake publication and assist
publication of journals/ periodicals/ This is the 47th Annual Report of the Indian
digests and books in social sciences Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR)
and to support learned associations/ covering the period from 1st April 2015 to
institutions/ organisations engaged in 31st March 2016. The ICSSR’s decision
the conduct or sponsoring of social making body, known as the Council, has
science research; 26 members, which includes Chairman,
18 Social Scientists, six representatives
• To institute and administer scholarships
of the Government of India nominated by
and fellowships for research in social
the Government and Member Secretary
sciences;
appointed by the ICSSR with the approval of
• To advise the Government of India on the Government of India. The list containing
all matters pertaining to social science members of the Governing Council is given at
research as may be referred to it from Appendix – 1.
time to time, including collaborative
arrangements in social science research The ICSSR secretariat is headed by the
with foreign agencies; Member Secretary and has 24 officers and
other officials. The ICSSR’s professional staff,
• To undertake, on any agency basis, such apart from official duties, are academically
other functions as may be entrusted active and have also contributed a number of
to it by Government under terms and seminar papers and research reports during
conditions which may be mutually the year.
agreed upon; and

Table- 1.1
Meetings of the Council / Committees
S.No. Council / Committees Total Date of the Meeting
Meetings
1. Council Meeting 3 130th on 10.6.2015, 131st on 23.11.2015
&132nd on19.03.2016.
2. Policy Planning & 1 78th on 18.3.2016.
Administration Committee
(PPAC)
3. Research Committee (RC) 2 165th on 20.11.2015 & 166th on
18.03.2016.
4. Research Institutes 1 67th Meeting on 20.11. 2015.
Committee (RIC)

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Overview

The Council has four standing committees During the year 2015-16, the ICSSR provided
comprising members drawn from the Council financial support to 399 research projects
and from outside (not more than three). Table and awarded 952 fellowships to scholars to
1.1 shows the number of meetings the Council work on a variety of issues of their interest
and its Standing Committees held during the and having policy relevance.
year 2015-16.

Table- 1.2
Year at a Glance
Sl.No. Name of the Programme/ Scheme/Service Number
1. Research Projects Sanctioned

a) Research Projects (Responsive) 326


b) Research Projects (Sponsored) 73
2. Final Reports of earlier Research Projects Received 355
3. National Fellowships 10
4. Senior Fellowships 47
5. Post-Doctoral Fellowships 321
6. Doctoral Fellowships 574
7. Fellowship Reports Received during the Year 182
8. Publication Grant to Doctoral Theses/ Research/Fellowship 23
Reports/Conference Papers
9. Adhoc Grant for Publication/ Running of Research Journals 51
10. Adhoc Grant to supporting Professional Organisations/ 8
Associations of Social Scientists for their Development
11. Library and Documentation Services 4670
12. Exchange of Scholars under International Collaboration 11
Programme
13. Financial Assistance Provided to the Scholars for Participation 259
in International Conferences / Data Collection Abroad
14. Training Courses in Research Methodology 102
15. Grant-in-aid for Organising International/ National Seminars 611

16. Research Output from ICSSR Research Institutes

a) Books 107
b) Working Papers/Monographs 266
c) Articles 722

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Research Projects (Responsive) IX) Social Linguistics/Socio-Cultural and


allied disciplines
The funding of Research Projects is one of the
most important activities of Indian Council of X) Law, International Law and allied
Social Science Research. Under its programme disciplines
of Research Projects (Responsive) it provides
XI) National Security and Strategic Studies
grant to social science scholars for conducting
research on specific themes and issues as XII) Any other Social Science discipline
proposed by the applicants. In general, grants
under this head are awarded to a study which Objectives
proposes to contribute at a theoretical and/or
conceptual level or aimed at generation of new The objectives of the Research Project
field work based data and policy implications Programme is to support research and to
thereof. The studies could be both macro and achieve excellence in research activities in the
micro in nature. The broad disciplines of study social sciences.
may belong to anyone of the following social The specific objectives of the Programme are:
science disciplines or may be interdisciplinary • to support high quality independent
in nature: programmes of research;
I) Sociology and Social Anthropology • to provide opportunities for training of
future researchers;
II) Political Science/Public administration
and allied disciplines • to contribute to the development of
elaboration of new theoretical or
III) Economics and allied disciplines
methodological approaches to research;
IV) International Studies
• to maintain and sustain varied disciplinary
V) Social Geography and Population research activities;
Studies
• to foster and promote collaborative,
VI) Commerce and Management multidisciplinary research activities
among researchers in the social sciences
VII) Social Psychology and allied disciplines and;

VIII) Education and allied disciplines • to facilitate communication of research

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outputs both within and beyond the During the year 2015-16, 326 research projects
academic community as well as to provide were sanctioned by the ICSSR on a wide range
policy inputs to administrators and policyof issues. These included 115 projects to SC
and 44 to ST scholars respectively. The final
makers.
reports of 334 research projects sanctioned in
The year-wise position of research projects, the past were received during the year. The
since the inception of ICSSR, sanctioned/ details of Research Projects sanctioned and
final project reports received during the year
cancelled/withdrawn/closed and reports
have been given in Appendix-3.
received till 31st March 2016 is furnished
herewith in Table 2.1.

Table 2.1
Status of the Sanctioned Research Projects
Year Sanctioned Cancelled/Closed Final Reports Received
From inception till 2023 215 1765
1990
1990-2000 597 46 471
2000-01 36 02 32
2001-02 32 04 26
2002-03 88 06 76
2003-04 138 09 114
2004-05 81 07 51
2005-06 --- --- ---
2006-07 38 01 37
2007-08 93 04 53
2008-09 142 --- 123
2009-10 182 03 132
2010-11 185 --- 160
2011-12 74 5 69
2012-13 530 2 392
2013-14 187 67
2014-15 198 --- 25
2015-16 326 14 ongoing
Total 4950 318 3593

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Research Projects (Sponsored) 4. Economic and Social Issues Confronting


the Marginalized Social Groups.
This programme of Research Studies
(Sponsored) is a series of research projects 5. Social-psychology of Marginalization
conducted simultaneously or sequentially on and Exclusion.
themes of critical significance, focuses on
the issues of contemporary relevance, less III
explored areas of study and which involves
1. Changing Nature of Public Protest and
policy implications.
Political Mobilization.
The Indian Council of Social Science
2. Identity, Interests and Coalition:
Research (ICSSR), under its ‘Sponsored
Changing Nature of Politics in India.
Studies Programme’, invited proposals
from individual/group of scholars/institutions 3. Electoral Reforms and Representative
for commissioning research studies in the Democracy.
following thrust areas of social science
research under the XII Five Year Plan 2012- 4. Socio-economic Roots of Extremism in
2017: India.

Themes under Sponsored Research 5. Law and Justice in the Post-liberalization


Programme Era.

I 6. Changing Dynamics of State Politics:


Implication for Indian Federalism.
1. Growth, Poverty and Inequality.
7. The New Indian Middle Class.
2. The Agrarian Crisis.
IV
3. Globalization of Finance and its
Implications. 1. Changing Nature of Global Hegemonic
Structures.
4. Corporate Governance, Ethics and
Corporate Social Responsibility. 2. Emerging Challenges of Indian Foreign
Policy.
II
3. Regional and Trans-regional South-
1. Education – Issues Relating to South Cooperation.
Governance, Access, Equity and Quality.
4. India’s Changing Security Environment.
2. Economic and Social Issues Confronting
the Religious Minorities. V
3. Economics of Discrimination: 1. The Urban Transformation: Governance,
Implications for Poverty and Growth. and Socio-Political Articulations.

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2. Changing Nature of Caste in Urban and National Fellowships


Rural Context: Patterns and Causes.
Indian Council of Social Science Research
3. The Post Liberalization Rural (ICSSR) under its Research Fellowships
Transformation. Programme, has been offering ‘National
Fellowships’ on its own initiative to eminent
4. Culture, Literature and Society: social scientists who have made outstanding
Emerging Trends. contribution in their respective fields of Social
Sciences. The ICSSR has so far awarded
5. Theoretical Issues in Social Sciences.
163 National Fellowships. During the year
6. Indian Intellectual Traditions and their 2015-16, 10 National Fellowships were
Contemporary Relevance. awarded and 12 final reports were received
(Table 2.2.).
7. Social Media, Media Ethics and
Regulations: the Impending Issues. Senior Fellowships

8. Research Methodology in Social Senior Fellowships of the ICSSR are awarded


Sciences with focus on Disciplines to such social scientists who have significant
of Political Sciences, Sociology, publications including books and research
Psychology and Education. papers to their credit in professional social
science research journals. The ICSSR has so
VI far awarded 623 Senior Fellowships. During
the year 2015-16, 47 Senior Fellowships were
1. Gender Violence - Concept, Pattern and awarded and 28 final reports were received
Incidence in Public and Private (Family) (Table 2.2).
Spheres.
Post-Doctoral Fellowships
2. Gender Violence: Caste, Ethnic,
Religious and Regional Dimensions. Post-Doctoral Fellowships of the ICSSR are
awarded to such young social scientists who
3. Social Roots of Gender Violence in have completed their Ph.D. Degree and are
India- Processes Related to Economic, interested in pursuing their research activities
Social, Cultural Transformation. further. The ICSSR has so far awarded 1586
Post-Doctoral Fellowships. During the year
During the year 2015-16, 73 Research Studies 2015-16, 321 Post-Doctoral Fellowships were
were sanctioned by the ICSSR on the themes awarded and 142 final reports were received
stated above. A number of 21 final reports (Table 2.2).
of the earlier sanctioned sponsored projects
have been received. The details of sanctioned The list of National, Senior and Post- Doctoral
research projects and final projects reports fellowships awarded and the fellowship
received have been given in Appendix-3. reports received during the year are given in
Appendix-4.

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Table 2.2
Year-wise Distribution of the Award of Research Fellowships
Year-wise National Fellowships Senior Fellowships Post-Doctoral Fellowships
1971-1990 41 256 117
1990-2000 25 100 67
2000-2001 01 05 03
2001-2002 -- 08 06
2002-2003 14 12 16
2003-2004 -- 17 29
2004-2005 -- 11 24
2005-2006 -- 01 --
2006-2007 04 -- 02
2007-2008 06 07 09
2008-2009 05 07 15
2009-2010 05 11 28
2010-2011 06 18 38
2011-2012 04 14 55
2012-2013 13 40 200
2013-2014 17 34 404
2014-2015 12 35 252
2015-2016 10 47 321
Total 163 623 1586

Table 2.3
Category –wise Distribution of Research Fellowships and Status of
Final Reports Received (As on 31 March 2016)
Fellowships Awarded Joined/ Fellowships Reports Reports
Sanctioned in Progress Received Outstanding
National 163 146 21 108 17
Fellowships
Senior 623 546 124 395 27
Fellowships
Post-Doctoral 1585 1416 801 412 197
Fellowships

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Doctoral Fellowships Institutional scheme, the doctoral fellows


are affiliated to and monitored by an ICSSR
The ICSSR provides scholarships to young Sponsored Research Institute.
scholars under the aegis of its ICSSR
Doctoral Fellowship programme wherein During the period under report, 574 doctoral
financial assistance is provided to registered fellowships were awarded including 492
Ph. D scholars to pursue and complete their under Centrally Administered Scheme (GEN-
doctoral theses in social science disciplines. 275, SC-159&ST-58) and 82 in Institutional
Doctoral Fellowships Scheme. Statement of
The ICSSR Doctoral Fellowships are awarded
respective fellowships awarded year wise
under its Centrally Administered Doctoral
may be seen at Table 2.4. Partial Assistance
Fellowship scheme and Institutional Doctoral
Grant was not given to the doctoral scholars
Fellowship scheme. In case of the Centrally
during the year.
Administered scheme, the programme is
administered directly at the ICSSR and the The list of the 574 scholars who were awarded
concerned doctoral fellows are affiliated to the ICSSR Doctoral Fellowships during the
a University or College whereas under the year 2015-16 is given at the Appendix - 4.

Table 2.4
Doctoral Fellowships Sanctioned (Year-wise)
Year-wise Full Term Partial Assistance
1969-1990 870 808
1990-2000 301 507
2000-2001 47 63
2001 -2002 68 91
2002-2003 71 61
2003-2004 89 60
2004 -2005 94 46
2005- 2006 28 23
2006- 2007 80 67
2007- 2008 102 46
2008 -2009 96 67
2009 -2010 77 26
2010 -2011 99 31
2011 -2012 131 37
2012 -2013 498 43
2013-2014 545 --
2014-2015 765 --
2015-2016 574 --
Total 4535 1976

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Training and Capacity Building Another major objective has been to promote
Programme seminar activities in backward and neglected
areas and encourage scholars from special
The ICSSR, as part of its research promotion categories like SC, ST, OBC, Minority and
activities, sponsors short-term training Women.
courses in research methodology in order to
improve research skills and competence of the The grant was sanctioned to seminar
young social scientists to undertake research. proposals after evaluation of proposals by
Research institutions, college/university an Expert Committee keeping in view
departments and other academic bodies the proposal’s relevance in social science
are provided financial support to organize research, its academic conceptualisation and
training courses in Research Methodology focus on the overarching theme, participation
in social science research for the benefit of of relevant scholars, perspective and financial
young faculty of colleges/universities and requirements. These approved seminar
Ph.D students. These training courses are proposals consisting of 149 proposals for
organized on general social science research organizing international conferences and 462
methodology or on computer applications for national seminars entailed a committed
in social sciences.During the year 2015- expenditure of over Rs. 10 crores.
16, a total of 102 proposals were approved
The lists of seminar proposals approved
including 79 under research methodology and
including their sanctioned amount and
23 proposals in Capacity Building Programme
convener’s category under the National
(Appendix-5).
& International Seminars/Conferences
categories for the year 2015-16 may be seen
National and International Seminars at Appendix-6.

Under the aegis of the ‘ICSSR Seminar Grant


Scheme’ and its endeavour to encourage Special Scheme Programmes
dialogue and discussion on important issues ICSSR Data Service Centre
of social science relevance, the ICSSR
provides partial financial assistance to The use of Information and Communication
organise national and international seminars Technology (ICT) has facilitated the
/ conferences in India. The ICSSR’s Seminar collection, processing, storage and transfer of
Grant Scheme aims at facilitating research in statistical information at a faster pace during
different disciplines of social sciences and last few decades. The Ministry of Statistical
interdisciplinary areas by way of enabling Planning and Implementation (MoSPI), Govt.
seminars that provide opportunities to national of India which is a lead organization in the
and international social science researchers, development, management, and dissemination
academicians and scholars to exchange views of statistical data in the country, mooted the
and opinions, address and debate research idea of setting up of Data Centre in the
questions on themes of contemporary and ICSSR. The ICSSR signed an Memorandum
policy relevance and generate academic of Understanding (MoU) with the MoSPI
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ASI and Unit Level NSS data and also agreed data repository at their Data Centre in
to share capital cost on 50-50 basis. Gandhinagar, and a replica at ICSSR.

ICSSR Data Service aims to facilitate data The ICSSR Data Service is to be formally
sharing, preservation, accessibility and reuse launched by Dr. T.C.A Anant, Secretary,
of social science research data collected from Ministry of Statistics and Programme
entire social science community in India and Implementation (MoSPI) and Chief
abroad. Information and Library Network Statistician, Govt. of India on 20 June 2016
Centre (INFLIBNET), Infocity, Gandhinagar, at Indian Council Social Science Research,
Gujarat, has been assigned the task of hosting Aruna Asaf Ali Marg New Delhi.

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Documentation

National Social Science Documentation correspondence/ e-mail/ fax/ etc. Research


Centre (NASSDOC), a constituent part related information was provided to scholars
of ICSSR, is an epitome of library and from NASSDOC’s collection, its in-house
information support services in the field of databases and by exploring electronic sources
Social Sciences. Meeting the challenges posed and several other Internet based resources.
by technology driven world, it exemplifies
the use of digital environment for creating, Library Membership
applying and utilizing information with its
automated library collection, web OPAC, ICSSR-NASSDOC library’s membership is
online databases / e-resources etc. It has open to the following categories of readers:
effectively attuned itself to the web-enabled Official Members: These include ICSSR
information environment and is marching Council members / senior officials of the
ahead. ICSSR secretariat and regular professional
staff of the ICSSR (i.e. Research Assistants /
Library and Reference Service Documentation Assistants and above). They
are entitled to borrow books from the library.
The Library of ICSSR - NASSDOC has a
wide range of collection (39000) of reference Consulting Members: Consultation facility is
sources like bibliographies, encyclopaedias, extended to academicians, research scholars,
directories etc.; grey collection consisting students and members of general public
of doctoral theses, research project reports; that may include retired persons and other
special collection on research methodology, categories of readers as well. Consultation
research surveys and strategic collection membership fee is Rs.200 per annum
on all social science disciplines including (minimum Rs.50 for one month)
library & information science and computer Borrowing Members: Borrowing facility is
& information technology. The collection is extended to social scientists, academicians,
also augmented by 12,000 bound volumes of students and general readers who are registered
journals. The library is open from 9:30 AM as members of the library. Books are issued
to 6:00 PM from Monday to Saturday and is
against a deposit of Rs.500/- per book. Two
closed on Sundays and all gazetted holidays.
books can be issued to individual member at
a time.
A total number of 4670 research scholars
visited NASSDOC during the year 2015-16. Institutional Members: Institutional
A large number of reference queries were membership is available against a payment
attended on telephone, in person and through of Rs.4000/- per annum. Five books can be

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borrowed by an institutional member for a E-Resources


period of one month.
Two computer terminals in the reading hall are
There is no fee for guest readers who want specifically devoted for the use of e-resources.
to consult the library for a day or two. They Members can also refer online journals in the
are issued a guest card for the day. library. Ten online e-resources (all subscribed)
and other digital resources are available for
Library membership form is available at
use in the library. These e-resources were
library counter and can also be downloaded
used by 378 scholars in NASSDOC premises.
from ICSSR website www.icssr.org.
Besides these scholars, the e-resources were
A total number of 232 scholars have taken also used for answering reference queries,
membership during the year and four for compilation of bibliographies and for
institutions have renewed their membership. providing other services of NASSDOC.

Circulation of Documents Acquisition of Research Material:


(Issue / Return) Books / Theses / Periodicals /
e-resources
The scholar using services of NASSDOC is
usually a researcher who is working for his During the year, 252 documents have been
/ her Doctorate / Post Doctorate or writing a added to the NASSDOC collection. It
conference paper or working on some research included 139 books and conference papers
project. For this purpose he/she needs journals/ / proceedings by purchase and 113 were
articles, grey literature including institutional received as gift in paper format. Three e-books
papers e.g. working papers/discussion papers were also added to the collection. 105 journals
/ occasional papers. This is a consultation (Foreign and Indian) were also subscribed.
collection which has to be used in the reading 196 periodicals were received through gratis.
room only by a scholar. However, a total In addition to this, 18 daily newspapers and 12
number of 336 documents, other than grey popular magazines were also subscribed for
literature, were circulated among ICSSR staff the readers. Annual Reports of Ministries and
members and other borrowing members. Departments of Govt. of India and various
institutes were also added to the collection
Inter-library Loan of NASSDOC. Following e-resources were
subscribed for NASSDOC:-
For providing books/ journals to scholars/
libraries, which are not available in NASSDOC, 1. J-Gate Social & Management Science.
it gets them on loan from other libraries.
2. J-Gate Library & Information Science.
Similarly, books and journals are issued to
outside libraries. During the year, 168 books 3. LISTA with full text (Library,
were issued to outside libraries. NASSDOC is Information Science and Technology
a member of DELNET (Developing Libraries Abstracts).
Network). Its services are also used for inter-
library loan. 4. Political Science Complete (EBSCO).

5. PsycArticles (Proquest).

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6. Sage Research Methods Online (Sage). workshops / seminars / interactive sessions


and lectures under its ‘Continuing Education
7. SocIndex with Full Text (EBSCO) Programme’ on regular basis. These
(Sociology). programmes provide an easy way to refine
and upgrade the information locating skills
8. DELNET (Developing Library Network,
of information professionals, researchers
gives accesses to 11 databases).
and others who are working in academia,
9. World Politics Review. business and government. These training
courses are constantly improved using
ICSSR Consortium of e-resources in feedback received from the participants and
Social Science: the resource persons. Following workshops/
seminars were organised: -
In order to enhance capacities of its Research
Institutes and Regional Centres for advancing 1. National workshop - cum - training
knowledge in social sciences, ICSSR programme on ‘Knowledge
subscribed following e-resources during Organisation’ during 26-30 October
2015-16 for them and NASSDOC: 2015 at Mizoram University, Aizwal,
Mizoram.
1. EconLit with Full Text (EBSCO)
(32 sites). 2. ICSSR training workshop on ‘Next
Generation Librarianship’during 18-21
2. IndiaStat and its all other associate sites January 2016 at Centre for Research and
(Datanet India) (30 sites). Industrial Staff Performance (CRISP),
3. JSTOR (ITHAKA) (25 sites). Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.

4. Prowess IQ (Centre for Monitoring 3. ICSSR training workshop on ‘Content


Indian Economy) (32 sites). Management System and Social Science
Research’during 15-18 March 2016
Compilation of Short Bibliographies at Madhya Pradesh Institute of Social
/ Literature Search Service Science Research (MPISSR), Ujjain,
Madhya Pradesh.
During the year, 40 short and select
bibliographies with abstracts (Appendix -11) Value Added Services
on various topics related to social sciences
research were compiled and supplied to Social Science Conference Alert
research scholars and ICSSR officers on the It is a quarterly publication of forthcoming
basis of demand received from them. conferences, seminars, workshops, courses
Continuing Education Programme etc. in social sciences and other cognate disci-
plines. The main objective of this publication
In order to keep in touch with the latest is to disseminate advance information about
developments and to develop specialised the forthcoming conferences and seminars to
skills in accessing social science information, interested schools and persons who intend to
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four issues of Social Science Conference Alert • 30 students of M.L.I.Sc (3rd Semester)
were brought out. alongwith 2 faculty members of Dept.
of Library and Information Science,
New Arrivals Karnataka University, Dharwad,
Karnataka, visited NASSDOC on 5th
The purpose of this service is to let the scholar February 2016 under its educational tour
know what NASSDOC has procured in his/her programme.
field of research. NASSDOC New Arrivals
January – March 2016 with supplement of All the students were updated with functioning
April – December 2015 was brought out. and services of library. Major publications of
NASSDOC New Arrivals is a bibliographical ICSSR were also shown to them. Students’
listing of Research Reports, Reference Works, queries regarding ICSSR’s Fellowships and
Books, Ph.D. Theses, etc. acquired during Study Grant were also answered.
a particular quarter available for use in the
Membership of Professional Bodies
NASSDOC library.
Membership of professional bodies helps
Educational Tour NASSDOC to have access to their online
NASSDOC is a part of curriculum of various resources, their free or discounted publications
Library and Information Science schools like journals, e-bulletins, magazines,
of Indian universities and other educational newsletters, networking opportunities,
institutions. Students and teachers of these conferences and seminars, information and
support, advocacy and campaign etc. Annual
universities and institutions visit NASSDOC
membership was renewed to International
to acquaint themselves with its programmes,
Federation of Library Associations and
services and technology used in its services.
Institutions (IFLA), The Hague, Netherlands,
The students of library and information science
DELNET (Developing Library Network),
and trainees from the following universities /
Indian Library Association (ILA) New Delhi,
departments visited NASSDOC as a part of Indian Association of Special Libraries and
their study tour / course programme:- Information Centres (IASLIC), Kolkata.
• 26 students of one year PG Diploma in Photocopy Service
Geriatric Care from National Institute
of Social Defence (NISD), Ministry of As many as 10,000 pages of photocopies were
Social Justice and Empowerment, New supplied to scholars and officials of the ICSSR
Delhi. for their academic work.

• 25 students and 2 faculty members of Sales Unit


School of Archival Studies, National For the wider dissemination of social science
Archives of India, New Delhi visited research information, the ICSSR has a Sales
NASSDOC on 24th Nov. 2015. They Unit. During the year, 18 documents were
were students of one year ‘Diploma sold while 21 publications were distributed to
Course in Archives and Records 25 ICSSR Research Institutes and Six ICSSR
Management’, Regional Centres.

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ICSSR Journals of Abstracts and in Economics: Volume 14, No.2 (January


Reviews –June 2012).

The ICSSR has been publishing its Journals 2. ICSSR Journal of Abstracts and Reviews
of Abstracts and Reviews’ biannually in in Psychology: Volume 18, No.1 (July –
the disciplines of Geography, Economics, December 2012).
Psychology, Political Science and Sociology
& Social Anthropology containing the Research Survey Programme
abstracts and reviews of the published research
work. This overview of the empirical as well The Council, since inception, has undertaken
as conceptual work available in some select the task of surveying research developments
journals in the form of ready-reckoner of in chosen disciplines of social sciences
sources to facilitate researcher’s initiation into through its programme of surveys of research.
research has been organised thematically to The core objective of the surveys has been to
give an idea of the contemporary and emerging have a comprehensive overview of research
concerns of the social scientists on issues India undertaken during a specified period, involving
is grappling with as well as to underline some stock-taking of what has been achieved in the
of the issues that deserve greater attention discipline in terms of theory, methodology,
from researchers. The ICSSR, after reviewing empirical evidence and gaps which need to be
the programme, took a decision to commence prioritised for future agenda.
a new digitalised series of these journals from
the year 2008. The Council has undertaken the Sixth Round
of ICSSR Research Survey in the discipline
The following journals have been digitalised of Psychology, Political Science, Geography,
during the year 2015-16: Sociology & Social Anthropology and
Economics covering the period preferably
1. ICSSR Journal of Abstracts and Reviews
2003-2009. An ‘Advisory Committee’
in Political Science: Vol. 38 (No.1 & 2),
consisting of eminent social scientists was
2012.
formed to oversee the work of Research
2. ICSSR Journal of Abstracts and Reviews Surveys. The surveys have been renamed
in Psychology: Volume 18 (No.1), 2012. as ‘Surveys and Explorations’, The survey
The following journals were under publication reports pertaining to Political Science &
during the period under report: Sociology and Social Anthropology have
already been published published by M/s
1. ICSSR Journal of Abstracts and Reviews Oxford University Press (OUP), New Delhi.

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Research Survey and Publications

The final reports pertaining to ‘ICSSR The final Research Survey Report pertaining
Research Survey and Explorations to Psychology is likely to be ready by
in Economics and Geography’ were December 2016.
released by Prof. Sukhadeo Thorat, Hon’ble
Chairman, ICSSR during 17-18 September Other Programmes
2015 and 22-23 March 2016 respectively at
During the period, publication grant was given
glittering functions organized by the ICSSR
to 23 Doctoral Theses and Research Reports
at JNU Convention Centre, New Delhi. A
for their publication. Adhoc grant-in-aid was
National Conference was also organized to
also given to 59 professional organizations/
commemorate the occasions. The conferences
associations of social scientists for publication
were attended by eminent social scientists
of their research journals /maintenance and
including the Chief Editors, Theme Editors
development. The detailed list of doctoral
and Paper Contributors belonging to the
theses/research reports published and
respective reports and volumes representing
professional associations/organisations is
central, state universities and other esteemed
given at Appendix-7.
organizations in the disciplines of Economics
and Geography. The Volumes were published
by Oxford University Press (OUP), New
Delhi.

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5
International Collaboration

The International Collaborations Programme organizations from The Netherlands (NWO),


of the ICSSR provides an opportunity to France (ANR), Germany (DFG) and UK
both Indian and foreign scholars in the field (ESRC). The Council also invites eminent
of social science to interact and research. foreign scholars to visit India for delivering
The ICSSR has established social science lectures under its scheme of visit of
bilateral collaboration with its counterpart distinguished scholars.
organizations abroad within the cultural and
The ICSSR is also a member organization of
educational exchange programme of the
international eminent research bodies such
Government of India and on its own. The
as International Federation of Social Science
ICSSR has established bilateral collaborations Organisations (IFSSO), International Social
with Maison Des Sciences de L’Homme Science Council (ISSC), Science Council
(MSH), France; Chinese Academy of Social of Asia (SCA) etc. The Council has been
Sciences (CASS), China; Russian Academy identified as the nodal agency for participating
of Sciences (RAS), Russia; National Research in the activities of the UNESCO’s MOST
Council Thailand (NRCT), Thailand; Vietnam (Management of Social Transformation)
Academy of Social Science (VASS), Vietnam; programme and its implementation.
National Science Foundation (NSF), Sri
Lanka; Economic and Social Research Financial assistance is also provided to Indian
Council (ESRC), UK; The Netherlands scholars who wish to undertake data collection
Scientific Organization (NWO), The abroad in connection with their research work
Netherlands; German Research Foundation and participation in the conferences abroad.
(DFG), Germany; UNIL-ALH (University During the year, following activities were
of Lausanne – Associated Leading House), executed under programmes of international
Switzerland; The International Food Policy collaborations:
Research Institute (IFPRI), USA;National
Institute for the Humanities and Social India-China Cultural Exchange
Sciences (NIHSS), South Africa and Japan Programme (CEP)
Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS).
The ICSSR and Chinese Academy of Social
The concerned organizations implement
Sciences (CASS), Beijing, China have
activities such as exchange of scholars, joint
collaborative relations in the field of Social
seminars, joint projects, exchange of books
Sciences under the ‘India- China Cultural
and periodicals etc.
Exchange Programme’. The activities
The ICSSR has also initiated Indo-European covered under this programme are exchange
Research Networking Programme involving of scholars, joint workshops/seminar and

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conferences, exchange of publication. Under Lanna Lampang Bangkok, Thailand


this programme following activities were visited India from 1-22 December 2015
undertaken: in connection with her research work
on ‘Management and Development
Exchange of Scholars
Thai-India Agricultural Supply Chain
From China
Management Model System for
1. Prof. Wu Xiaodong, Institute of Commercialization Case Study of
Modern History, CASS, Beijing visited Gujarat, India’.
India for a period of one month from
14th October 2015 in connection with 2. Dr. Pawin Minthong, Lecturer, Faculty
his research work on ‘The Comparative of Education, Bansomdejchaopraya
Study of Ancient Chinese and Indian Rajabhat University, Bangkok, Thailand
Universal Views and the Myths of the visited India from 10 December 2015
Sun and the Moon’. to 1 January 2016 in connection with
his research work on ‘Consolidating
From India Buddhist Nations for Purely Buddhist
Bodh Gaya Anagarika Dharampala’s
1. Dr. Arun Kumar Yadav, Assistant
Three Weeks Campaign in Siam’.
Professor, Nava Naland Mahavhara
(Deemed University under Ministry of 3. Dr. Kowit Pimpuang, Lecturer,
Culture), Nalanda (Bihar) visited China Department of Thai Language, Faculty
for a period of one month from 28th of Humanities and Graduate School,
December 2015 in connection with his Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand
research work on ‘Social and Cultural
visited India from 14 December 2015 to
Impact of Indian PitruParva on Chinese
5 January 2016 in connection with his
Society’.
research work on ‘Buddhists Societies
India-Thailand Bilateral Programme and their Roles in Promoting Buddhism
in India’.
The ICSSR has collaborative relations with
National Research Council Thailand (NRCT), 4. Dr. Pimpimon Kaewmanee, Lecturer,
Bangkok in the field of social sciences under Faculty of Economics, Maejo University,
the framework of ICSSR-NRCT Bilateral Bangkok, Thailand visited India from
Programme, which includes exchange of 28 December 2015 to 18 January 2016
scholars and joint seminars/publications. in connection with her research work on
During the period, the following activities ‘Happiness Policy: Comparative Study
were undertaken under this programme: between India and Thailand’.
Exchange of Scholars From ICSSR, New Delhi
From NRCT, Thailand
1. Dr. Neetu Choudhary, Assistant
1. Dr. Kanokwan Vechgama, Lecturer, Professor, A N Sinha Institute of Social
Faculty of Business Administration, Studies, Patna, visited Thailand from
Rajamangala University of Technology, 15-29 November 2015 in connection

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with her research work on ‘Policy from10-24 January 2016 in connection


Approach to Street Vending in India and with her research work on ‘Regional
Thailand: Implications for Organizing Products and Rural Livelihoods-A
and Access to Commons’. Study on Geographical Indications from
India’.
2. Dr. Seepana Prakasam, Post-Doctoral
Fellow (ICSSR), Department of 5. Dr. Shri Ram, Jaypee University of
Economics, Panjab University, Information Technology, Waknaghat,
Chandigarh visited Thailand from 15- Solan, Himachal Pradesh visited
29 November 2015 in connection with Thailand from 24 January to 7 February
his research work on ‘Social Security, 2016 in connection with his research
Employment and Living Conditions of work on ‘Service Quality Assessment of
Urban Informal Workers in Thailand Higher Education Institution Libraries:
(Case Study of Bangkok- Lessons for A Comparative Study of Select
India)’. Universities in India and Thailand’.

3. Dr. Chitwan Verma, Reader, Department 9th ICSSR-NRCT Joint Seminar


of English, J.N.P.G. College, Lucknow
University, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
The 9th ICSSR-NRCT joint seminar on
visited Thailand from 3-17 December
‘Social Science Challenges for Thailand and
2015 in connection with her research
India’ and ‘ICSSR-NRCT Joint Advisory
work on ‘Ramayana’s Influence on Committee Meeting’ was held during18-21
Women in India and Thailand’. August 2015 in Bangkok, Thailand. Follow-
ing participants & JAC members from India
4. Dr. Lalitha Narayanan, Professor, participated in the seminar & attended the
Gujarat Institute of Development JAC meeting:
Research, Gujarat visited Thailand

1. Prof. Sukhadeo Thorat, Chairman, ICSSR, New Delhi.

2. Prof. Ghanshyam Shah, Ahmedabad.

3. Prof. Neera Chandoke, New Delhi.

4. Dr. P. G. Jogadand, Professor & Head, Dept. of Sociology, University of Mumbai.

5. Professor S. Galab, Director, Centre for Economic and Social Studies (CESS),
Begumpet, Hyderabad.

6. Prof. Furqan Qamar, Secretary General, Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi.

7. Prof. Vani Kant Borooah, Indian Institute of Dalit Studies, New Delhi.

8. Dr. Ram Manohar Reddy, Editor, EPW, Mumbai.

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9. Prof. Ravi Srivastava, CSRD, SSS, JNU, New Delhi.

10. Prof. Aditya Mukherjee, Dean, SSS, JNU, New Delhi.

11. Prof. Chandrakala Padia, Chairman, Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla.

12. Dr. Reena Marwah, Senior Academic Consultant, ICSSR, New Delhi.

ICSSR-National Science Foundation South Asia: Challenges and Prospects’ was


(NSF), Sri Lanka Bilateral held during 15-16 July 2015 at Colombo,
Sri Lanka. The following Indian participants/
The ICSSR-NSF first International Conference officials attended the joint seminar:
on ‘Promoting Socio-Economic Equity in

1. Prof. Sukh Deo Muni, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

2. Prof. Amaresh Chandra Dubey, Centre for Economic Studies & Planning, SSS,
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

3. Prof. Mecherla Prasada Rao, Director, SAARC Studies Center, Andhra University.

4. Prof. Mahendra Prasad Lama, South Asian Studies, JNU, New Delhi.

5. Dr. Rahul Tripathi, Associate Professor and Head, Dept. of Political Science, Goa
University.

6. Prof. Anjoo Sharan Upadhyaya, Department of Political Science, Banaras Hindu


University (BHU), Varanasi (UP).

7. Prof. Narayana Jayaram, National Law School of India University, Nagarbhavi,


Bengaluru.

8. Prof. Ravi Srivastava, CSRD, SSS/JNU, New Delhi.

9. Prof. John Samuel, UNDP Governance Advisor located in ISDG, Trivandrum, Kerala.

10. Prof. Kumbakkad Joseph, Centre for Development Studies, Trivandrum.

11. Professor Sukhadeo Thorat, Chairman, ICSSR, New Delhi.

12. Dr. G.S. Saun, Director, ICSSR, New Delhi.

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ICSSR-UNIL-ALH (Switzerland) collaborative programmes and activities by the


Joint Research Project under two institutions in the fields of mutual interest
Bilateral Programme as determined by their priorities and the
comparative advantages and resources within
The Indian Council of Social Science Research the two Institutions signed the Memorandum
(ICSSR) and UNIL-ALH (University of of Understanding (MoU). During the period,
Lausanne – Associated Leading House), the following joint research projects have
Switzerland recognizing the need for been sanctioned as under:

S. Indian Lead Swiss Title of the Project


No. Collaborator Collaborator

1. Prof. N Sukumar Prof. Conte Ed- Systems of Relatedness, Culture and Vulnerability in Transi-
ouard Louis tion: Dalit Life Worlds in Post Liberalized India.

2. Dr. Sunita Reddy Dr. Kaspar Heidi National and International Medical Mobility, Networks and
Markets: The Constitution of Medical Tourism in Delhi,
India.

3. Prof. Subramanian Prof. Christian Multidimensional Well-being: Conceptual, Methodological,


Madheswaran Suter and Analytical Perspectives

4. Prof. Achin Prof. Claudine Health Inequalities in India and Switzerland: Measurement
Chakraborty Burton-Jeangros and Distribution of Well -being and Vulnerability.

5. Dr. Harish Narain- Dr. Quack Jo- Dynamics of Well-Being.


das hannes

6. Dr. Sourabh Bikas Dr. Anna Katha- The Poverty-morality Linkage in India: The Role of Social
Paul rina Michaelowa Pensions and Public Health Care for different Social Groups.

ICSSR-UNIL-ALH (Switzerland) programme was held from 08-10 September


Joint Seminar 2015 at University of Lausanne, Lausanne,
Switzerland. The following Indian
The ICSSR-Joint Seminar ‘Wellbeing’ and participants/officials participated in the
Meeting of the Joint Advisory Committee deliberation of the joint seminar and JAC
(JAC) to review the progress of the bilateral meeting:

1. Prof. Sukhadeo Thorat, Chairman, ICSSR.

2. Dr. Govind Singh Saun, Member-Secretary, ICSSR.

3. Dr. Shainesh Gangadharan, Bengaluru.

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4. Professor Dr. Chepudira Kushalappa, Shimoga (Karnataka).

5. Dr. Achin Chakraborty, Institute of Development Studies, Kolkata.

6. Professor Sukumar Narayana, Delhi.

7. Dr. Sunita Reddy , New Delhi.

8. Dr. Sourabh Bikas Paul, New Delhi.

9. Prof. Subramaniam Madheswaran, Bengaluru.

10. Dr. Harish Naraindas, New Delhi.

11. Prof. Amaresh Chandra Dubey, New Delhi.

ICSSR-NWO (Netherlands) workshops/ seminars/ conferences. These


Bilateral Programme activities are operationalized under the guid-
ance of ICSSR-NWO Joint Advisory Com-
ICSSR-NWO (Netherlands) is having a col- mittee (JAC) consisting of members from the
laborative relation in the field of social sci- Netherlands and India. During the period, the
ences. The activities covered under this following joint research projects have been
programme are: exchange of scholars, joint sanctioned as under:

ICSSR Side Approved Research Projects

S. Indian Lead Netherlands Title of the Project


No. Collaborator Collaborator

1. Dr. Sony Dr. Sylvia I Bergh Services with Accountability: Examining Public Ser-
Pellissery vice Characteristics in Differing Political Regimes.

2. Prof. Premilla Dr. Niels Promoting Dignity and Well-being at Work: the Rel-
D’Cruz Beerepoot evance of Psychosocial Safety and Social Upgrading.

3. Prof. Abdul Dr. Filip Creative Industries in India: Size, Geography and
Shaban Vermeylen Potential.

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NWO Side Approved Research Projects

S. Netherlands Indian Lead Title of the Project


No. Collaborator Collaborator

1. Dr. E.de Maaker Prof Sanjay Markets, Ethics and Agency: Changing Land Utiliza-
Barbora tion and Social Transformation in the Uplands of North-
east India.

2. Dr. J M Bavinck Prof. D Contesting the Coastal Commons: the Changing Socio-
Parthasarathy legal Position of Fishing Populations in Tamil Nadu and
Maharashtra.

3. Dr. A M T Bosman Prof. Azizuddin Developmental Dyslexia in India and the Netherlands:
Khan A Cross-Linguistic Comparison of Cognitive Prosesses.

ICSSR-NIHSS (South Africa) between the ICSSR, New Delhi and the
Bilateral Programme NIHSS, South Africa to develop a better un-
derstanding of social sciences and humanities
The ICSSR, New Delhi and the NIHSS, South in India and in South Africa through collab-
Africa is having a collaborative relation in the orative research, networks of social scientists,
field to have social sciences.The objective of and free and open exchange of relevant infor-
this programme is of academic collaboration mation.

S. Indian Lead South Africa Title of the Project


No. Collaborator Collaborator

1. Prof. Keshabananda Prof. Lindile N Broad-basing Rural Sanitation: Issues and


Das Dabeno Strategies in Inclusive Innovation in India and
South Africa.

2. Prof. V. Sujatha Dr. Amrita Pande The Antinomies of Public Health and
Economic Growth: Comparative History of
Nutrition and Reproductive Health in Post
Liberal India and South Africa.

3. Dr. Ratnamala Dr. RozenaMaart Race, Space and the City.


Vanamamalai

4. Dr. Suresh Kumar Dr. Lokesh Ramnath Religion, Yoga and Education in India and
Maharajh South Africa.

5. Dr. Santoshi Halder Dr. Shakila Dada Participation of Children with Intellectual Dis-
abilities in India and South Africa: Parents and
Children's Perspectives.

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NIHSS Side Approved Research Projects

S. South Africa Indian Lead Title of the Project


No. Collaborator Collaborator

1. Prof. Louise Vincent Prof. Papia Sengupta Higher Education as a Public Good-Promoting
Inclusion in Higher in India and South Africa.

2. Prof. Philani Moyo Prof. Raj Kumar Livelihoods and the Rural Youth Poverty
Siwach Question: Rethinking Capabilities, Local Youth
and Policy Options in South Africa and India.

3. Dr. Sikhumbuzo Dr. Ujjwal Jana The Literature of Resistance: A Comparative


Mngadi Study of Dalit and Anti-Apartheid Literature.

4. Prof. Rajend Prof. Sonal Kulkarni Language Change and Identity among In-
Mesthrie Joshi dian South Africans, with special reference to
Gujarat and Konkani.

5. Dr. Srila Roy Dr. Pratiksha Baxi Contesting Sexual Violence in the Public
Sphere: New Forms of Feminist Activism in
India and South Africa.

ICSSR-JSPS (Japan) Bilateral search communities of both countries signed


Programme the MoU. The major activitiesunder the pro-
gramme are: (1) Joint Research Projects;
The ICSSR and JSPS, acknowledging the (2) Joint Seminars; and (3) Other cooperative
importance of developing the premises of activities as may be mutually decided
academic cooperation in the fields of hu- upon.
manities and social science between the
Japanese and Indian researchers, and wish- During the period, the follwing joint research
ing to promote further development of the re- projects and seminars have been sanctioned:

S. Indian Lead Japanese’s Title of the Project


No. Collaborator Collaborator

1. Dr. Saumya Gupta Dr. RihoIsaka Ideas of Food and Body in South Asia: Analyses of
Cookbooks from the Medieval Times to the Present.

2. Prof. Amaresh Dubey Dr. Tsukasa The Comparative History of City Growth in India
Mizushima and Japan: A Case study of the Iron Cities.

3. Dr. Suresh Sundaram Dr. Shinkichi The Nature and Prevention of Bullying and Cyber-
Sugimori bullying: An Indo-Japan Perspective.

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S. Indian Lead Japanese’s Title of the Seminar


No. Collaborator Collaborator

1. Dr. Radhika Seshan Dr. Ryuto Shimada Commodities, Markets and Merchants in the
Indian Ocean World, 1500-1860.

2. Dr. Subhash Anand Dr. HazuoTomozawa Promoting Economic Geography Studies on


‘Inclusive Growth’ in Contemporary India.

Visit of Distinguished Scholars discuss on the proposed ICSSR-NRCT


joint seminar to be held in India in 2016
1. Professor Thomas Piketty, Paris School and other related ongoing ICSSR-NRCT
of Economics, Paris (France) visited bilateral programmes.
India during 20-22 January 2016 as
3. Prof. Sukhadeo Thorat, Chairman,
a guest of the ICSSR for delivering a
ICSSR visited Bangkok, Thailand
special lecture on ‘Reflections about
during 29-31 March 2016 to discuss
Inequality and Capital in the 21st
on the proposed ICSSR-NRCT joint
Century’ on 21st January 2016 at JNU
seminar to be held in India in 2016 and
Convention Centre, Jawaharlal Nehru
other related ongoing ICSSR-NRCT
University, New Delhi.
bilateral programmes.
Visits of the Chairman, ICSSR
Visits of the Member Secretary, ICSSR
1. Prof. Sukhadeo Thorat, Chairman, New 1. Dr. G.S. Saun, Member-Secretary,
Delhi visited UK, Netherlands, Germany ICSSR nominated by the Government
and France during 3-15 September of India, Ministry of Human Resource
2015. He delivered a Keynote Address Development, New Delhi visited Paris,
on ‘How Caste Impedes Economic during 10-12 November 2015 to attend
Development’ at a Conference on Caste, 38th Session of the General Conference
Equality and Development at University of UNESCO held in France.
of London, signed an MoU with ESRC,
2. Dr. G.S. Saun, Member-Secretary,
UK and participated in the JAC meeting
Indian Council of Social Science
with NWO, Netherlands, to discuss
Research (ICSSR) visited Cape Town,
on-going bilateral programme with DFG
South Africa to participate in a two-day
& FMSH, France.
high level meeting at Cape Town (South
2. Prof. Sukhadeo Thorat, Chairman, Africa) held during 3-4 November 2015
ICSSR, New Delhi visited Bangkok, to discuss possibilities for cooperation
Thailand from 3 to 5 February 2016 to with NIHSS.

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Regional Centres

Regional Centres • Assisting regional professional


associations of social scientists and social
The Regional Centres were established as part science research journals in the regional
of the Council’s programme of decentralising languages;
administration, broad basing social science
research, and involving social science • Providing low-cost accommodation
institutions in the region in promoting social (wherever possible) to scholars/students
visiting the place for library or field work;
science research. Their main roles were
defined as follows: • Awarding study grant to scholars for
visiting libraries and institutions for
• Represent ICSSR within the region and
academic work;
spread the message and the programmes
of ICSSR to social scientists in the region; • Providing photocopying facilities to
scholars, especially photocopies of
• Bring the ideas and problems of the social
selected articles from journals etc.; and
scientists of the region to the notice of
ICSSR for possible action; • Any other activity that may promote
social science research in the region and/
• Bring the social scientists of the region
or any such activity that may be delegated
closer for promoting social science
by ICSSR.
research within the region; and
Regional Centres have developed
• Serve as a link between the social
infrastructure and research support facilities
scientists of the region and the national over the years with the assistance provided
and international community of social by the ICSSR and the host institute. These
scientists. include hostel/guest house facilities, library
space, conference halls, seminar rooms and
Activities reprographic facilities etc.
• Promoting documentation and
bibliographical work in the regional
ICSSR Regional Centres
languages; The ICSSR has six Regional Centres. Their
• Organizing seminars/workshops/conferences location and coverage are as follows:
in the region;
1. Eastern Regional Centre (ERC),
• Organizing lectures by distinguished Kolkata established in 1972, covers
scholars; Bihar, Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand

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and the Union Territory of Andaman Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya,


and Nicobar Islands. ERC, Kolkata Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and
situated at 1/R-1, Baishnabghatta Sikkim. North-Eastern Regional
Patuli Township, Patuli, Kolkata, West Centre was established in 1977. NERC,
Bengal-700094 is the national centre Shillong is situated at North-Eastern Hill
to provide social science material to University (NEHU) Campus, Umshing,
scholars in Bengali and Oriya. The Shillong-793022, Meghalaya. The
Centre funded 26 seminars/conferences/ Centre funded 55 seminars/workshops/
workshops and grant was provided conferences. The Centre awarded study
to one publication. Four research grant to 21 scholars and sanctioned
projects have been completed. Three contingency grant to 15 scholars. The
were ongoing and one was initiated in Centre organized two conferences/
2015-16. It organized three orientation workshops/seminars and two lectures.
programmes and one lecture during the Seven research projects have been
year under review. completed and seven were ongoing.
The website of the Centre is www. The website of the Centre is www.
ercicssr.org icssrnerc.org
2. Northern Regional Centre (NRC), 4. North-Western Regional Centre
Delhi established in 1975, covers (NWRC), Chandigarh covers Haryana,
Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttar Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir,
Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Chattisgarh and Punjab and the Union Territory of
Delhi. NRC, Delhi, situated at Jawaharlal Chandigarh. North-Western Regional
Nehru University, CRS Building, Aruna Centre was established in 1977. NWRC,
Asaf Ali Marg, New Delhi-110067, acts Chandigarh situated at Panjab University
as a national Centre to provide social Library Building, Chandigarh-160014,
science material to scholars in Hindi provided financial support to 35
and English. Four scholars availed workshops/seminars/conferences. It
study grant from the Centre during the organized two Research Methodology
year 2015-16. The Centre funded 31 Training Programmes, one Outreach
seminars/conferences/workshops and Programme and five Special Lectures.
two graduate seminars. Three research The Centre awarded study grants to
projects have been completed and two seven scholars. Three research projects
research projects were ongoing during were ongoing in the Centre during 2015-
the year under review. The Centre 16.
organized two Training Programmes / The website of the Centre is www.
Research Methodology Courses and one icsssrnwrc.org.in
publication was also bought out.
5. Southern Regional Centre (SRC),
The new website of the Centre is www. Hyderabad covers Andhra Pradesh,
nrc-icssr.org Telangana, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil
3. North-Eastern Regional Centre Nadu and the Union Territories of
(NERC), Shillong covers Arunachal Lakshadweep and Puducherry. Southern

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Regional Centre was established in 1972. established in 1972. WRC, Mumbai


SRC, Hyderabad situated at Osmania situated at J. P. Naik Bhawan, Mumbai
University Library, Hyderabad-500007, University Campus, Vidyanagari,
financially supported 50 seminars/ Vidyanagari Marg, Mumbai-400098,
workshops/conferences. It organised has financially supported 13 seminars/
two training programmes. It awarded workshops/conferences. It also provided
study grants to 79 scholars during the grant-in-aid for three publications. One
year. Three research projects were scholar availed study grant. The Centre
ongoing during the year under review. provided partial financial assistance to
The website of the Centre is www.icsssr. five research projects. .
src.org The website of the Centre is www.
6. Western Regional Centre (WRC), wrcicsssr.org
Mumbai covers Gujarat, Maharashtra, The major activities of above mentioned
Goa and the Union Territories of Six Regional Centres during 2015-16
Daman and Diu, Dadra and Nagar are given at Appendix-9.
Haveli. Western Regional Centre was

Quantitative Information on Research Output of


Regional Centres during the Year 2015-16

S.No Name Study Organised Grant for Programmes/ Hostel and Staff Strength
of the Grants Seminars/Workshops/Conferences/ Guest House
Regional Awarded Lecturtes/Training Programmes/ Facility Availed
Centre Publications/Research Projects by Scholars/
Researchers
1 WRC, 1 22 2200 1+9
Mumbai
2 ERC, Nil 39 Guest House 1+8
Kolkata is under
construction
3 SRC, 79 56 403 1+9
Hyderabad
4 NWRC, 7 46 1208 1+19
Chandigarh
5 NRC, New 4 41 No Guest house 1+2
Delhi
6 NERC, 21 72 5124 1+10
Shillong
Total 112 276 8935 6+ 57

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Funds (Unaudited) 2015-16 (` in Lakhs)


Income Amount Expenditure Amount
1. Eastern Regional Centre, Kolkata
Grant from ICSSR (Non-Plan) 43.00 Salaries 31.24
ICSSR Plan Grant 37.50 Administrative Expenses 3.02
ICSSR Plan SC & ST 3.00 Plan Expenditure 35.49
Component
Interest Received 5.80 Other Establishment Expenses 10.55
Miscellaneous Income -- Depreciation 2.12
Excess of Income over 6.87
expenditure
Total 89.30 Total 89.30
2. Northern Regional Centre (NRC), New Delhi
Opening Balance Cash 00.01 Establishment Expenses 13.42
Canara Bank 72.22 Other Administrative Expense 05.80
Expenses
Grants Received from ICSSR Programme Expenses 52.71
27.00
(Non-Plan)
Grant Received from ICSSR 40.50 Investment 01.52
(Plan)
Grant Received from Research 02.42 Closing Balance Cash 00.01
Project
Grant Received from ICSSR 00.40 Canara Bank 73.75
to organize 3rd Northern
Regional Social Sciences
Congress
Misc. Receipts (SC Refund 00.09
from DU)
Interest Received 04.57
Grand Total 147.21 147.21
3. North-Eastern Regional Centre (NERC), Shillong
Opening Balance: Salaries 53.87
Cash 0.05
Bank 54.61
Grant from ICSSR for Plan 40.00 Administrative Expenses 46.15
Grant from ICSSR for Non- 83.00 Plan Expenditure 41.88
plan

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Grant from ICSSR for 8.44 Other Establishment Expenses 2.30


Seminar/Workshops/Assets

Grant from Others 16.72 Other Projects Expenses 16.11


Interest Received 1.95 Closing Balance: 0.05
Cash Bank 55.78
Guesthouse Income 4.50
Other Miscellaneous Income 6.87
Grand Total 216.14 216.14
4. North-Western Regional Centre, Chandigarh
Grant from ICSSR (Plan) 37.50 Salaries 80.12
Grant from ICSSR (Non-Plan) 91.00 Administrative Expenses 5.67
Interest Received 4.20 Plan Expenditures 40.62
Guest House Income 11.44 Bank Balance 17.93
Other Miscellaneous Income 0.09
Other Miscellaneous 0.11
Income (Plan) (Research
Methodology Training
Programme Registration Fee.
Grand Total 144.34 144.34
5. Southern Regional Centre (SRC), Hyderabad
ICSSR Plan Grant 37.50 Plan Expenditure 37.32
ICSSR ST Component Grant 3.07 ST Programme Expenditure 3.07
ICSSR Non Plan Grant 88.00 Salaries 59.08
Guest House Income 3.84 Administrative Expenses 9.15
Conference Hall 0.82 Other Establishment Expenses 3.68
Other Miscellaneous Income 0.58 Depreciation 13.32
Excess of Income 8.19
Total 133.81 Total 133.81
6. Western Regional Centre(WRC), Mumbai
Grant from ICSSR (Plan) 30.00 Administrative Exp. 47.98
Grant from ICSSR (Non-plan) 60.00 Administrative Exp. 31.36
Interest received 18.06 Expenditure of Grants Subsidies 21.51
etc.
Other Income 53.36 Depreciation 03.16
Excess of Income over 57.41
expenditure
Total 161.42 161.42

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Allocation and final release of grant to Regional Centres for the
Financial year 2015-16 as on 31.3.2016
(` in Lakhs)
Sl. Name of the Allocation ST Additional Total Allocation Additional Total Non- Grand Total
No. Regional Centre 2015-16 one time Plan 2015-16 one time Plan Grant (P & NP)(Col.
(Plan) grant Grant (Non- grant 6+9)
General plan)

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10)
1 WRC, Mumbai 30.00 3 -- 33.00 60.00 -- 60.00 93.00
2 ERC, Kolkata 37.50 3 -- 40.50 43.00 -- 43.00 83.50
Indian Council of Social Science Research

3 SRC,Hyderabad 37.50 3 -- 40.50 88.00 -- 88.00 128.50


4 NWRC, 37.50 3 -- 40.50 91.00 -- 91.00 131.50
Chandigarh
5 NRC, New Delhi 37.50 3 -- 40.50 27.00 -- 27.00 72.50
6 NERC, Shillong 40.00 3 3.00 46.00 83.00 -- 83.00 129.00
(SC)

Total 220.00 18 3.00 241.00 392.00 -- 392.00 638.00


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Background differences in levels of development,


education, health, nutrition, problems of
The Indian Council of Social Science Research weaker sections of society including women,
provides maintenance and development grant energy, technology, ecology and environment,
to 25 Research Institutes. Sponsoring of and social, cultural and institutional aspects
Research Institutes outside the scope of the of development. Thus, research studies have
University Grants Commission has been one generated substantial empirical knowledge of
of the major programmes of the Council in the structure of Indian economy, polity and
enlarging the base of social science knowledge, society and their dynamics both at the national
improving the quality of research, and and regional levels.
promoting an interdisciplinary perspective.
These Research Institutes constitute an During the last five years, the Research Institutes
important mechanism for implementing the have completed 1298 research projects, while
Council's policy of dispersal of research talent 2046 are on-going. These projects cover a
and building up of research capabilities in wide spectrum of issues relating to areas that
different regions of the country, particularly are already mentioned above. What is more
in the areas where social science research is significant in these research efforts is that they
not yet well developed. are not only interdisciplinary in nature, but
have also focused their attention on regional
The research institutes have established close and local problems. In this process, they have
links with the scholars in the region and become centres of research for the region's
elsewhere through various activities such as specific issues and have greatly contributed
seminars, workshops, training and consultancy to an awareness of the nature of development
programmes. Some of the research institutes problems and potential of the country as a
are closely associated with national and state whole. In terms of publications, the research
level planning and development agencies, and institutes have brought out 699 books and 806
have thereby strengthened the links between working papers during the last five years.
research and policy-making.
Another important activity that has been
Each research institute determines its own given importance by the Council is the
direction of research, which includes a wide training of young social scientists by the
spectrum of subjects related to agricultural research institutes through M.Phil. and Ph.D.
and rural development, industrial structure programmes, workshops and seminars. During
and growth, income distribution and poverty, the last five years, 187 scholars have been
employment and wages, inter-regional awarded Ph.D. degrees and 1980 scholars

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are working on their Ph.Ds. The Council can The focus of the A.N. Sinha Institute of
legitimately take pride in its role in promoting Social Studies (ANSISS), Patna, was on
research and training efforts made by the development with a central focus on the
research institutes. A total of 236 projects Eastern region of the country, particularly
were completed in these research institutes Bihar. Its approach to development emphasizes
during the year under report. The total number on community initiatives. A number of studies
of ongoing studies at the end of the year was related to Organization among Informal
344. Workers, Identity Politics, Social Impact
Assessment of Land Acquisition, Educational
Research Institutes disseminate the results of Status of Schedule Castes, Third-party
their research studies in the form of published Inspection of Border Area Development
books, research articles, mimeographs, Programmes, Universalization of Elementary
working/occasional papers, etc. During Education through Government Sponsored
the year under report, the number of books Schemes etc. have been undertaken by the
published was 107, monographs/mimeographs Institute. Many projects on Ethnographic
were 63 and working/occasional papers were Studies are also underway in the Institute.
203. The number of research papers published During the period under consideration,
was 722. five projects/studies were completed, eight
The Institutes also undertake training of young were in progress and 18 new projects were
social scientists and assist fresh researchers in proposed. Apart from that, the faculty of the
designing and conducting their research. To this institute also brought out 29 research articles
end, doctoral fellowships have been provided and one published book/report. Furthermore,
the institute also organized 14 seminars/
to these Institutes. Some of the Research
workshops/conferences in the year 2015-16.
Institutes have been assisting in teaching and
training programmes for M.Phil. and Ph.D.The main research activities of Dr.
students. In addition, as per the Council's
Babasaheb Ambedkar National Institute
policy, they participate in postgraduate of Social Sciences (BANISS), Mhow (M.P.)
teaching, research guidance in the universities
during the year were Educational Status
and also involve the university teachers in
of Scheduled Castes and the Associated
their research programmes. During the year,
Challenges, A Critical Engagement with
590 scholars were working under the guidance
Works of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, Projects on
of the faculties of the Research Institutes, 38
Translation, Socio-economic Backwardness
were awarded Ph.D. degrees and 27 scholars
and the Impact of State Intervention and
submitted their doctoral dissertations. A total
Development Prospects on ‘Primitive’ Tribes,
of 505 seminars/ conferences/ workshops and Evaluation of Ameliorative Projects/
were held during 2015-16. Affirmative Action by Various Sectors of the
Government on Schedule Castes. During the
A Profile:
year, four projects were in progress, whereas
The focus and activities of the Research two new proposals were initiated. The
Institutes during the reporting year are faculty published three books, eight articles
presented below: in different journals and brought out one

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working paper. Ph.D. degree was awarded to six monographs/mimeographs. Two scholars
six scholars and 46 doctoral candidates were were awarded Ph.D., two scholars submitted
pursuing their Ph.D. work. Beside this, the their theses and 48 scholars were pursuing
institute conducted 16 seminars/ conferences/ research. A total of 27 seminars/conferences/
workshops/ lectures. workshops were organised during the year by
the Institute.
The research activities of the Centre
for Development Studies (CDS), The main activities of the Centre for
Thiruvananthapuram, during the year were Multi-Disciplinary Development Research
focused on Entrepreneurship and Innovation (CMDR), Dharwad, centered mainly on the
for Economic Growth, Ageing and Well-being affirmative action/ policies of the Government
in a Globalising World, Overseas Migration on backward/ marginalized sections of the
and Transformation, Self Help and Social society in the state of Karnataka. Besides
Transformation, Urban Inequality and Poverty, this, the projects undertaken by the institute
Educational and Employment Initiatives/ included: An Analysis of Manufacturing and
Schemes of the Government etc. During the Services in India, Preparation of District-wise
year 2015-16, six projects were completed, Human Development Reports, The Informal
work on seven other projects was in progress Manufacturing Sector in Post-Reform India,
and five new projects were initiated. Five Impact of Inadequate Sanitation on Tourism
students were awarded Ph.D. degree, four etc. During the period under review, the
theses were submitted and 29 scholars were Institute completed nine research projects
working on their Ph.Ds. Two books and 34 and 13 projects were at various stages of
research articles were published. The faculty completion. Three scholars were pursuing their
also brought out nine monographs and 10 Ph.D. work under the faculty of the Institute.
working papers. Also, the Centre conducted The faculty published three monographs and
40 seminars/conferences/lectures/workshops. eight research papers/articles. The Centre also
organised 12 seminars/conferences/lectures.
The research activities of the Centre for
Economic and Social Studies (CESS), The focus of studies of the Centre for Policy
Hyderabad focused on the Southern Region Research (CPR), New Delhi, was on Creating
of the country, particularly Telangana and a Comprehensive Indian Development
Andhra Pradesh. The projects completed by Cooperation Database, Exploring New
the Institute revolved around Maternal and Avenues for Trade and Investment in South
Child Healthcare and Nutrition, Monitoring Asia, Trans Boundary Water Sharing in South
of Rural Development Programmes, Plans for Asia, Secularism and Social Capital among
Tribal Development, Projects on Agriculture the Marginalized, Urban Transformation
and Manufacturing Sectors, Base-line Study in India, Study on Census Towns in India,
of Rice Farm Schools, Human Development, Agricultural Biotechnology, The Prospects
Improving Livelihoods, Workload and Work of Regional Co-operation in South Asia, The
Pattern among Public Health Functionaries. South Asia Interregional Trade News Letter
The Centre completed 26 Research projects etc. During the year, the Centre completed 17
and 30 projects were in progress. The faculty projects and 14 projects were at various stages
published nine books, 45 research articles and of completion. The faculty published 7 books

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and 85 research papers in reputed journals. papers in various journals and conducted nine
Besides, 78 working papers were also brought seminars/conferences/training programmes.
out. The Centre also organized 91 seminars/ Six doctoral candidates were pursuing their
workshops/conferences during the year. Ph.D. under the faculty members of CSS,
Surat. The Centre continued to publish its
The Centre for Research in Rural and journal ‘Arthat’,
Industrial Development (CRRID),
Chandigarh conducted research on Water- The Centre for Studies in Social Sciences
Use Efficiency in Punjab, Studies on (CSSS), Kolkata, concentrated its work
Agriculture and Dairy Farming in Punjab, on Enumeration and Information Update
Promotion of Cooperative Development, of Health Service Exporting Units in India,
Peace and Security in Countries of South Human Development Reports, a Project on
and Central Asia, Intra-District Migration the Digitization of Manuscripts, Books, and
in Himachal Pradesh, International Out- Newspapers in South-west Bengal. During the
migration from Punjab, Healthcare Delivery year, two projects were completed and three
services in Punjab, Monitoring of Rural were in progress. The Centre published five
Development Programmes, Empowerment books, 22 research articles and one working
of Poor Tribal Girls under CSR Programme, paper. During the period, 7 workshops/
The State of Cities in North-Western India lectures/seminars were organized. One
etc. During the year, the Centre completed scholar submitted the Ph.D thesis and 67 were
26 projects and 17 were at various stages of pursuing their Ph.D.
completion. In addition, the Centre organized
29 seminars/conferences/workshops and The main focus of research at the Centre for
training programmes. Eight books and 40 the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS),
research papers/articles were published by the Delhi, has been on the issues of religion and
faculty in various journals and edited books. democracy in India. Some of the research
Eight scholars were pursuing Ph.D under the projects undertaken in the Institute were:
faculty of the Institute. State of Democracy in South Asia, Pre and
Post Poll Surveys in Bihar 2015, Comparative
Research activities of the Centre for Social Political Analysis and Public Policy in
Studies (CSS), Surat, mostly concentrated India’s Federal Context, Social Equity for
on the Development Indices among the Minorities, Religious Attitudes – Behaviour
Tribal communities in Gujarat. The projects and Practices, Religious Accommodation and
undertaken included: Understanding Conflict, Communal Violence and Political
Nutritional Status of Tribal Communities, Representation, State, Nation(s) and Public(s):
Projects on Educational Status of Scheduled Studies in Democratic Contestation, The Sudra
Tribes, Unorganized Sectors and the Social in History, Muslim Representation in Rajya
Fabric, Interrogating Social Change and Sabha, Exploration of Religion and Culture
Development among Tribes, Study on Exodus among the Tribals etc. The Lokniti, CSDS
of Dalits in Rural Gujarat. During the period, initiated ‘The Youth Study 2016-17’ which
five projects were completed and 11 new is funded by Konrad Adenauer Foundation
projects were ongoing. The faculty members (KAF). During the year, six projects were
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The Centre published seven books, 56 research two books. The Council also completed
papers/articles in various journals and brought three projects and nine were in progress. The
out four working papers. The Centre also faculty brought out three working/occasional
organised 15 seminars/ conferences/lectures. papers. A total of 12 seminars/ conferences/
Three scholars submitted their theses whereas workshops/ lectures were conducted during
25 scholars were pursuing their Ph.Ds. the year.

The Centre for Women's Development The research work carried out by Giri
Studies (CWDS), Delhi, since its inception, Institute of Development Studies (GIDS),
has undertaken research-cum-action projects. Lucknow, was focused on Deprivation
During the period, the Centre concentrated in India and Social Inclusion in India
its research on Gender and Governance in and Kazakhstan, A Study of Nari Adalats
Conflict Zones, JEEVA Project: Indigenous (Women’s Court), Monitoring the Report of
Midwives and their Skills in Contributing Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan/ Mid-day Meal in
to the Well-being of Birthing Women and Bihar, Private Enterprise Development among
Newborns, Capturing Women’s Lives and Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in
Change in a City in Transition (Delhi), India, Participation and Position of Women
Strengthening ECCD services in India through in the Uprising of 1857, An Assessment of
Capacity Building and Advocacy etc. During Public Debt Sustainability of Uttar Pradesh,
the period, five projects were completed and Status of Social Science Research in India,
14 were in progress. The faculty published Regular Monitoring of Rural Development
eight books and 17 research papers/articles in Programmes in Haryana. During the year,
various journals. Four scholars were awarded the Institute completed 15 projects while 10
the Ph.D. degree, and seven scholars were were in progress. The faculty of the Institute
pursuing their Ph.D. In addition, the Centre published nine books, 39 research articles/
continued to publish its journal ‘Indian papers in various journals and edited book
Journal of Gender Studies’, The CWDS volumes and also brought out two working
Library is also developing digital collection papers. In addition, the Institute conducted
of newspaper clippings on women’s issues. 25 seminars/workshops/conferences/training
The Centre also organized 14 seminars/ programmes. 22 scholars were pursuing their
conferences/workshops on various themes. Ph.D. under the faculty of the Institute.

The focus of research activities of Council for The focus of research at the Gujarat
Social Development (CSD), Hyderabad, has Institute of Development Research
been on the regions in Southern India. Some (GIDR), Ahmedabad, has been on State
of the projects undertaken in the Institute are: Investment for Water Sector Development
Democracy and Tribal Voice in Contemporary in Kerala, Innovations for Sustainability
Indian Politics, Measuring Institutionalized among Micro and Small Enterprises in
Capacities for Development Projects in India, India, Peasant Migration and Plantation
Climate Variations and its Impact on Marine Development in Kerala, Human Development
Fishing Communities of Andhra Pradesh, Manual for Gujarat, India’s Social Science
Financial Globalisation and India, Dalit Drum Research Publications from an International
Beaters in Orissa etc. The Council published Perspective, National Level Monitoring of

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Rural Development Programmes in Districts The research work undertaken by the


of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh, Institute of Development Studies
Unpaid Work, Gender Equality and Women’s (IDS), Jaipur, is related to Reflections on
Empowerment, Feminised Agriculture in Women’s Empowerment through Innovative
India: Challenges and Potential, Developing Programmes, Impact of MGNREGA on
Guidelines and Methodologies for Socio- Rural Labour Market in India, A Study
Economic Assessment of LMOs, Evaluation of Homeless/ Shelter-less in Jaipur City,
of Integrated Dairy Development Programme Environmental and Socio-economic Impact
in Tribal Talukas of Gujarat etc. During the of High Chemical Input Use in Agriculture,
year, the Institute completed 16 research Economic Impact Assessment of Corporate
projects and nine studies were in progress. Initiatives in Rajasthan, Farm Production and
The faculty of the Institute published two Competitiveness under Liberalised Market
books, 25 research papers/articles in various Regime, Competitiveness of Dairy Sector in
journals, besides bringing out 22 working India under Trade Liberalisation, Changing
papers. The Institute conducted two seminars/ Contractual Arrangement of Rural Labour
conferences/workshops and three research Market in India etc. During the year, five
scholars were pursuing their Ph.Ds. projects were completed and 14 projects
were in progress. The Institute conducted 13
The research programme of the Indian seminars/workshops/lectures. The Institute
Institute of Education (IIE), Pune, was published four books. Four scholars were
focused on Social Audit of Mid-day Meals pursuing their Ph.Ds.
Scheme, A Study of Dalit Bahujan Cultural
Politics in Slums in Pune City in the era of Research activities of the Institute of
Neoliberalization, Excellence in Education Economic Growth (IEG), Delhi relate
in Nashik District, Action Research Project to Agrarian Contracts and Rural Poverty
for Improving Elementary Education in India, Examining the Role of Coastal
Imparted in Pench MP/Tadoba, Assessment Vegetation in Protecting and Restoring
of Transversal Competencies in the Asia- Livelihood of Communities during Storm
Pacific, Monitoring the Programmes of HUDHUD in Andhra, Relative Deprivation &
Ministry of Rural Development, Rituality and Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors in Low
Rationality in the Ambedkarite Movement & Middle Income Countries, Creation of an
in Maharashtra, Inclusiveness of SC and ST Annual Productivity Index in Manufacturing
Students: Implications for RTE etc. During Sector across Industries and States, Study
the year, two projects were completed and on Status of Social Science, Assessment of
eight were in progress. 28 scholars were the Central Government Health Scheme etc.
pursing their Ph.D. and three scholars were 12 research projects were completed and
awarded Ph.D. The Institute conducted seven 32 research projects were in progress in the
seminars/ conferences/ workshops. The Institute during the year 2015-16. The Institute
faculty published 18 research papers/articles organised 16 workshops/seminars/training
in various journals and edited book volumes. programmes. One scholar was awarded Ph.D.
The Institute also publishes quarterly journal and 30 scholars were working on their Ph.D.
‘Shikshan Ani Sarnaj’ in Marathi. thesis. The Institute published four books, 64

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research articles in reputed journals and 10 Participation in India etc. During the year,
monographs. 29 research projects were completed and 62
were at different stages of completion. The
The Institute of Public Enterprise (IPE), Institute published seven books, 80 research
Hyderabad, has conducted studies on Sources papers/articles in various journals, nine
of Funding for Social Science Research in monographs and 26 working/occasional
India, Socio-economic Impact on the Families papers. It conducted 30 seminars/conferences/
of Farmers because of Rural-Urban Migration workshops/training/lectures. The Institute
in Telangana, Women on Indian Corporate also brought out its Journal ’Journal of Social
Boards, Effects of Public Expenditure on and Economic Development’. Besides this,
Growth in India, Micro Finance Institutions as six scholars were awarded Ph.D., seven
a way towards Financial Inclusion, A Study on submitted the theses and 110 scholars were
the Impact of Agrarian Crisis on Migration of pursuing their research work.
Farmers/ Farm Labour in Andhra Pradesh etc.
The Institute completed two research projects The thrust areas of research at the Institute
and seven were in progress. During the year, for Studies in Industrial Development
six books/reports were published besides (ISID), New Delhi has been on Constructing
27 research papers/articles in journals. In an Urban India, India’s Inward FDI
addition, the Institute organised 19 seminars/ Experience in the Post-liberalisation Period
conferences/training programmes and with an Emphasis on the Manufacturing
workshops. 21 scholars were pursuing their Sector, Developing a Bio-medical Research
Ph.D. research work, one submitted the thesis and Development and Innovation Landscape
and two scholars were awarded Ph.D. degree. for India, Understanding India’s Industrial
Development Puzzle through the Interactions
The Institute for Social and Economic between Industrial Policy and Trade Policy
Change (ISEC), Bangaluru, focused its by a Case Study of the Electronics Industry,
research on: Understanding the Performance Emerging Patterns of Outsourcing and
and Benefits of Constructing Private Toilets Contracting in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
under INFOSYS Foundation Assisted Project, in India etc. During the period, six research
Tariff Fixation for the Bangalore Metro Rail projects were completed and three were in
Project, Educated Unemployment in India: progress. The Institute published two books/
Causes, Consequences and Remedies, Impact reports, 21 research papers/articles in various
of National Food Security Mission (NFSM) journals and edited books, besides 25 working/
on Input Use, Production, Productivity occasional papers. The Institute organized 19
and Income in Karnataka, District Human seminars/ workshops/lectures.
Development Report of various Districts
of Karnataka, Study on Global Ageing and The Madhya Pradesh Institute of Social
Adult Health in India, A Study on Female Science Research (MPISSR), Ujjain (M.P.),
Street Vendors in Bangalore City, Assessment undertakes interdisciplinary research in
of Socio-Economic Capabilities of Dalit social sciences with a special emphasis on
Households in Karnataka, Prioritizing monitoring the violence against children. A
Climate Smart Technologies in Madhya list of some of the projects undertaken in the
Pradesh, Family Planning and Women’s work Institute are: A Study of Changing Pattern

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of Matrimonial Practices among Hindus Agenda for Strategies to Meet Challenges,


in Western Madhya Pradesh, Monitoring A Study of Tribal Development Programme
of Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan in Tamil Nadu in Post Liberalisation period
(RMSA) in Madhya Pradesh, A Study to etc. During the year, 15 research projects
Assess the Actual Status of Devolution (Funds, were completed and 11 were in progress. The
Functions and Functionaries) to the Panchayat Institute published six books, 19 research
Raj Institutions in Madhya Pradesh, NLM papers/articles, six monographs and also
Monitoring of Churu/ Jhunjhunu/ Bikaner brought out three working papers. The
Districts of Rajasthan, Study on Religious Institute conducted 40 seminars/conferences/
Attitudes, Behaviour and Practices in Madhya workshops during the year. One scholar was
Pradesh, Social, Economic and Political awarded Ph.D., one submitted thesis and 35
Inclusion of Tribals: A Study with Reference scholars were pursuing their research work
to Madhya Pradesh, International Programme under Ph.D. programme.
on Reducing Violence against Children
The research focus of the Nabakrushna
(RVAC), Research on the Nature and Extent
Choudhury Centre for Development
of Sexual Violence against Children including
Studies (NKCCDS), Bhubneshwar, Odisha,
(Commercial) Sexual Exploitation and
was on completion of projects/reports on
Assessing the Child Protection System and
Third and Fourth Quarterly Monitoring of
Access to Justice. During the year, the Institute Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan
completed seven projects and nine projects (RMSA) in Odisha, Regular Monitoring
were at the various stages of completion. The of Rural Development Programmes 2015-
faculty published one book and 12 articles 16 for Jharkhand State, All India Survey on
in various journals. The Institute published Higher Education of 2013-14, 2014-15 and
its own journals ’Madhya Pradesh Journal 2015-16. Other projects included: Analysing
of Social Sciences’ and ‘Madhya Pradesh Poverty Change in India: Decomposition,
Samajik Vigyan Anusandhan Journal’, Inclusiveness and Multidimensional
The Institute also organised seven seminars/ Nutritional Deprivation, Social Impact
workshops/conferences. Three scholars were Assessment of Water Pipeline Corridor of
awarded Ph.D., four submitted thesis and 28 UMPP in Odisha, Study on Integrated Low
scholars were pursuing their research work. Cost Sanitation Scheme (ILCSS) in Odisha
etc. During the period under review, the Centre
The Madras Institute of Development
completed four research projects while seven
Studies (MIDS), Chennai, focused
were in progress. The centre published seven
its research on Economic Valuation of articles/research papers in various journals
Ecosystem Services: A Case Study of Ousteri and organised 21 conferences/seminars/
Wetland, Puducherry, Factors shaping Land- workshops. Three scholars were awarded
use Change in Tirunelveli/ Nagapattinam/ Ph.D., two submitted thesis while five were
Erode and Coimbatore Districts of Tamil pursuing their research work.
Nadu, Agricultural Outlook Reports 2014-
15 & 2015-16, Re-Framing Urban Inclusion, The Omeo Kumar Das Institute of Social
Prospects for Agriculture in India's Southern Change and Development (OKDISCD),
Region Over the Medium Term: Setting an Guwahati, was established to promote

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research on issues concerning North East reports on Evaluation & Monitoring Rashtriya
India. Research activities in the Institute Madhyamik Siksha Abhiyan (RMSA)/ Sarva
concentrated on: Study on Witchcraft Siksha Abhiyan (SSA)/ Mid-day-Meal Scheme
Related Incidents in Assam, Developing (MDMS) in Gujarat, The National level
a Compendium of Government Schemes, Monitoring and Evaluation work for Rural
Preparation of Status Report of MDG in Development in Maharashtra, Compilation of
Assam, A Study on Elementary Education in Human Development Reports. Other projects
Assam, Gender and Economics: The Place of undertaken were: The Post Liberalization
Women in the Assamese Society, Imagined Rural Transformation in Gujarat: Economic,
Sovereignties: Frontiers of Statehood and Social and Environmental Consequences,
Globalization, Social inclusion through Tribal Education in India: Issues & Regional
Constitutional Amendments in the Context Dimensions etc. During the period, eight
of India’s North-East, State Society Interface: research projects were completed and three
Autonomy and Governance in India’s North were in progress. The Institute brought out a
East etc. The Institute completed five research bi-annual journal in English ‘Anvesak’ and
projects and 14 projects were in progress. The another in Gujarati ‘Madhukari’,
faculty published five books, five research The Institute published two books, brought
papers and one occasional paper. Also, the out five working papers and 24 research
Institute organised 13 seminars/workshops/ articles were published in various journals/
training programmes. One scholar submitted edited books. During the year, 17 scholars
thesis while three were pursuing their were pursuing their Ph.D. and seven seminars/
research work. conferences were organized by the Institute.

The major research are as covered by The major activities of the above mentioned
the Sardar Patel Institute of Social Research Institutes during 2015-16 are given
and Economic Research (SPIESR), at Appendix-10.
Ahmedabad, during the year were preparing

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Information on Quantitative Research Output of Research Institutes
During the year, 2015-16
Sl. Name of the Research Projects Projects Awarded Submitted Ongoing Books/ Published Monographs/ Working/ Seminars/ Faculty Others
No. Institutes Completed Ongoing Ph.D. Thesis Ph.D. Reports Research Mimeographs Occasional Conferences/
Degree Thesis Published Papers/Articles Papers/Reports Work-shops
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
1. ISEC, Bengaluru 29 62 06 07 110 07 80 09 26 30 36 68
2. CDS, 06 07 05 04 29 02 34 09 10 40 20 35
Thiruvananthapuram
3. CSSS, Kolkata 02 03 - 01 67 05 22 - 01 07 22 26
4. ANSISS, Patna 05 08 - - 45 01 29 01 01 14 22 31
5. IPE, Hyderabad 02 07 02 01 21 06 27 - - 19 44 49
6. IEG, Delhi 12 32 01 - 30 04 64 10 17 16 29 41
7. CSDS, Delhi 06 25 01 03 25 07 56 - 04 15 21 25
8. CSS, Surat 05 11 - - 6 02 07 - 01 09 08 15
9. MIDS, Chennai 15 11 01 01 35 06 19 06 03 40 12 26
Indian Council of Social Science Research

10. IIE, Pune 02 08 03 01 28 05 18 01 - 07 08 14


11. GIDS, Lucknow 15 10 - - 22 09 39 - 02 25 14 35
12. CPR, New Delhi 17 14 - - - 07 85 - 78 91 35 81
13. SPIESR, Ahmedabad 08 03 01 - 17 02 24 - 05 07 07 18
14. CSD, Hyderabad 03 09 - - - 02 21 - 03 12 11 15
15. IDS, Jaipur 05 14 - - 04 04 09 02 02 13 07 18
16. CRRID, Chandigarh 26 17 - - 08 08 40 13 - 29 23 36
17. CWDS, New Delhi 05 14 04 - 07 08 17 - - 14 09 37
18. CESS, Hyderabad 26 30 02 02 48 09 45 06 01 27 16 23
19. NKCCDS, 04 07 03 02 05 - 07 - - 21 05 25
Bhubneshwar
20. GIDR, Ahmedabad 16 09 - - 03 02 25 02 22 02 12 15
21. ISID, New Delhi 06 03 - - - 02 21 - 25 19 22 44
22. OKDISCD, Guwahati 05 14 - 01 03 05 05 - 01 13 09 21
23. CMDR, Dharwad 09 13 - - 03 - 08 03 - 12 07 23
24. BANISS, Mhow - 04 06 - 46 03 08 01 01 16 10 64
25. MPISSR, Ujjain 07 09 03 04 28 01 12 - - 07 05 10
Total 236 344 38 27 590 107 722 63 203 505 414 795
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Appendix-1

List of Members of the Council


(As on 31st March 2016)

1. Professor Sukhadeo Thorat Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003


Chairman Ph: 24364272, 24364284 (O)
Indian Council of Social Science Research 24364285 (Fax)
Aruna Asaf Ali Marg, New Delhi -110067 Email: secy-mma@nic.in

2. Secretary 6. Chairman
Department of Higher Education Indian Council of Historical Research,
Ministry of Human Resource Development 35, Ferozeshah Road, New Delhi-110001
Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi-110015 Ph: 23384869
Ph: 23386451 (O), 23385807 (Fax) Email: ichr.chairman@gmail.com
Email: secy.dhe@nic.in
7. Chairman
3. Secretary University Grants Commission,
Department of Expenditure, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg,
Ministry of Finance, New Delhi-110002
Government of India, North Block, Ph: 23234019, 23236350 (O)
New Delhi-110001 Email: cm@ugc.ac.in
Ph: 23092929 (O) 23383065 (R),
8. Prof. Virginius Xaxa
23092546 (Fax)
Deputy Director,
Email: secyexp@nic.in
Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS),
4. Chief Economic Advisor Guwahati
Ministry of Finance, Government of India, RKB Hotel, Cotton College
North Block, New Delhi-110001 Pan Bazaar, Guwahati-781001(Assam)
Ph: 23094818 (O), 23073532 (R), Mobile: 09868211389, 09435012956
23093610 (Fax) Email: virginiusxaxa@tiss.edu,
Email: cea@nic.in virg1978@gmail.com

5. Secretary 9. Prof. Gopal Guru


Ministry of Minority Affairs Centre for Political Studies
Government of India, 11th Floor, School of Social Sciences
Paryavaran Bhawan, CGO Complex, Jawaharlal Nehru University,

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New Delhi-110067 14. Prof. Jitendra Mohan


Res: 63, Dakshinapuram, Emeritus Professor
Jawaharlal Nehru University, Department of Psychology
New Delhi 110067 Panjab University, Chandigarh-160014
Ph: 26704140 (O), 26741264 (R), Ph: 0172-2534546(O), Mob: 09876491321
Mob: 9811687097 Email: mohanjitendra@hotmail.com
Email: gopalguru2001@yahoo.com
15. Prof. Furqan Qamar
10. Prof. Kancha Ilaiah Secretary General
Director Association of Indian Universities
Maulana Azad National Urdu University Camarade Indrajit Gupta Marg (Kotla Marg)
MANUU Campus, Gachibowli New Delhi – 110 002
Hyderabad-500032 (Andhra Pradesh) Res: Mushir Manzil, 258-A, Jamia Nagar
Ph: 040-23008335, Mob: 09704444692 New Delhi
Email: ilaiahk@rediffmail.com Ph: 23230059, 23236105; Mob: 09418045014
11. Dr. K Seeta Prabhu Email: sgoffice@aiuweb.org
B-1004, Synchronicity
Chandivali Farm Road, Andheri, 16. Prof. M. H. Qureshi
Mumbai - 400072 Professor, A.M. Khawaja Chair
Ph: 46532324, Mob: 9810079572 Department of Geography
Email: seeta.prabhu@undp.org Jamia Millia Islamia, Jamia Nagar
New Delhi-110025
12. Prof. T C A Anant
Mob: 9312637470
Secretary & Chief Statistician of India
Email: profmhqureshi@gmail.com
Ministry of Statistics and
Programme Implementation 17. Prof. Ashis Nandy
Government of India A-30, IInd Floor, Nizamuddin (East)
Sardar Patel Bhawan, New Delhi-110001 New Delhi-110013
Ph: 23742150, 23344689 (O) Ph: 24356280, Mob: 9891340372
26895739, 26135302 (R), Mob: 9717118585 Email: ashisnandy@gmail.com,
Email: tca.anant@nic.in reasonbuster@csds.in

13. Prof. R. Radhakrishna 18. Prof. B.S.Chimni


Flat No. 1-A, Ramakamal Doyen Centre of International Legal Studies
Plot No- 113, Srinagar Colony School of International Studies
Hyderabad-500 073 Jawaharlal Nehru University,
Ph: 040-23742655, Mob: 09951081275 New Delhi-110067
Email: rkrokkam@gmail.com Res: 151, Uttarakhand,

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Jawaharlal Nehru University, 21. Prof. Temsula Ao
New Delhi-110067 Tia-Ki, 47 Lingrijan, Dimapur-797112
Ph: 26704375 Nagaland
Email: bschimni@mail.jnu.ac.in Mob: 09402993585
Email: prof_imtitemsula@yahoo.co.in
19. Prof. Nayanjot Lahiri
Department of History 22. Dr. Prodipto Ghosh
University of Delhi, Delhi-110007 Distinguished Fellow
Res: E-157, Sector 20, Noida, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)
Uttar Pradesh- 201301 Darbari Seth Block, India Habitat Centre
Ph: 27666659 (O), Lodhi Road, Delhi – 110 003
0120-2528748, 2556293 (R) Res: F-2/17, DLF Phase-I
Email: nlahiri@vsnl.com Gurgaon – 122002 (Haryana)
Mobile: 9810490639
20. Prof. Amitabh Mattoo
Email: prodipto@teri.res.in
Professor in Disarmament Studies
Centre for International Poltics,
23. Vacant
Organization and Disarmament
School of International Studies 24. Vacant
Jawaharlal Nehru University
25. Vacant
New Delhi-110067
Res: V-29/8, DLF Phase III, 26. Dr. G.S. Saun
Gurgaon, Haryana-122002 Member-Secretary (Offg.)
Ph: 26741305 (O), 26741586 (Fax), ICSSR
Mob: 9711196933 New Delhi
Email: amitabh.matto@gmail.com

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Appendix-2

ICSSR Senior Officials


(As on 31st March 2016)

Chairman Sr. System Analyst


Prof. Sukhadeo Thorat Shri Rajiv Khera
Member Secretary Assistant Directors
Dr. G. S. Saun (Officiating) Ms. Alka Srivastava
Directors Shri Mahesh Madhukar
Dr. (Ms.) Rachna Jain (till 31.5.2015)
Ms. Revathy Vishwanath
Dr. A. Rehman (till 30.9.2015)
Dr. S.M. Verma
Dr. Upendra Choudhary
Documentation Officers
Deputy Directors
Dr. (Ms.) Nutan Johri
Shri Ajay Kumar Gupta
Ms. Kanchan Vasudev
Ms. Indra Kaul
Dr. Mahavir Singh
Dr. Harish Sharma (till 30.11.2015)
Shri Ashish Deolia
Administrative Officer
Shri Mahesh Madhukar (till 31.12.2015) Ms. D. N. Jyotsana Rao

(Additional Charge) Shri S. N. Chari

Shri Ashish Deolia (from 1.1.2016) Section Officers


(Additional Charge) Shri Chander Pal
FA & CAO Shri Vijay Kumar
Shri N. K. Gupta (till 31.01.2016) Shri Raj Kumar
Dy. Chief Finance Officer
Shri Naresh Saini

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The following officials retired during the year.
1. Sh. Krishan Lal, Photocopy Operator, retired on 30-04-2015.

2. Dr. (Ms.) Rachna Jain, Director, retired on 31-05-2015.

3. Sh. Suresh Chand Arya, M.T.S, retired on 31-07-2015.

4. Dr. A. Rehman, Director, retired on 30-09-2015.

5. Sh. Gopal Prasad, M.T.S, retired on 30-09-2015.

6. Sh. N.K. Talwar, Private Secretary, retired on 31-10-2015.

7. Dr. Harish Sharma, Dy. Director, retired on 30-11-2015.

8. Ms. Chanchal Hasija, Sr. PA, retired on 30-11-2015.

9. Sh. Kartar Singh, LDC, retired on 31-12-2015.

10. Ms. Rama Mahajan, Account Assistant, retired on 31.12.2015

11. Sh. N.K. Gupta, FA & CAO, retired on 31-01-2016.

12. Sh. Vishnu Bhagwan, MTS, expired on 19-03-2016.

13. Sh. Ram Kumar, Staff Car Driver, retired on 31.03.2016.

14. Dr. G.S. Saun, Director, retired on 31-03-2016.

15. Ms. Neelam Saxena, Account Assistant, retired on 31-03-2016.

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Appendix-3

Research Projects

Research Projects Sanctioned and Meta-Cognitive Skills Among the


(Responsive) Student- Teachers at the Secondary
Level’, ` 9,00,000/-.
Category: General
6. Dr. Vaijayanta N. Patil, Director
1. Dr. Polee Saikia, Gauhati University, and School of Educational
Gopinath Bardoloi Nagar, Guwahati, Sciences, SRTM University, Nanded,
Assam, ‘Educational Status of the Maharashtra, ‘Psychological Problems
Slum Children in Guwahati, Assam’, Academic Performance and Learned
` 10,00,000/-. Resourcefulness in Professional Students
in Western India’, ` 12,00,000/-.
2. Dr. Neena Sawhney, Principal,
Chandigarh College of Education, 7. Prof. Kuldip Kaur, Centre for Research
Mohali, Punjab, ‘Comparative in Rural and Industrial Development
Study of Social and Behavioural (CRRID), Chandigarh, ‘Access to
Characteristics of LD and Non LD in Education Amongst the Children
Relation to their Social Competence Residing in Orphanages of Jammu
in Inclusive Educational Settings’, & Kashmir: An Analytical Study’,
` 8,00,000/-. ` 11,00,000/-.

3. Dr. Khan Zeenat, Marathawada College 8. Dr. Beda Kumar Chaliha, Principal, Raha
of Education, Maharashtra, ‘Attention College, Assam, ‘Status of Education
Deficit and Hyper Disorder and Dyslexic and Its Impact on Health & Hygiene and
Children’, ` 7,00,000/-. Economic Conditions of Tea Tribes – A
Survey in Jorhat and Sibasagar Districts
4. Dr. Shreemathi S Mayya, Manipal of Assam’, ` 9,00,000/-.
University, Manipal, Karnataka,
‘Women Employees of Higher 9. Dr. Atanu Kumar Mohapatra, M.S.
Education in Karnataka: Struggles and University of Baroda, Vadodara,
Success’, ` 9,00,000/-. Gujarat, ‘The Impact of Right to
Education on the Enrolment Ratio
5. Dr. Mary George Varghese, MES’s among the Children from BPL Families
Pillai College of Education & Research, in Gujarat’, ` 7,00,000/-.
Chembar Naka, Mumbai, Maharashtra,
‘Design and Develop Instructional 10. Mr. Manish Prabhakarrao Mude,
Strategy for Developing Thinking College of Social Work, Kamptee,

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Nagpur, Maharashtra, ‘An Analytical Rural Pune City to Manage Inclusive
Study of Scheduled Tribe Girl Students Classrooms’, ` 12,00,000/-.
Status in Higher Secondary Education in
Vidarbha Region (Maharashtra State)’, 17. Prof. Preet Rustogi, Institute for Human
` 12,00,000/-. Development, IIPA Campus, IP Estate,
New Delhi, ‘Issues of Governance
11. Dr. S.K. Panneer Selvam, Bharathidasan and Quality of Education in Bihar’,
University, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, ` 12,00,000/-.
‘Socio-Economic, Education and Health
Issues on Child Marriage: A Special 18. Dr. Shiddalingaswami V. Hanagodimath,
Reference to Dharmapuri District of Centre for Multi-disciplinary
Tamil Nadu’, ` 10,00,000/-. Development Research (CMDR),
Dharwad, Maharashtra, ‘Social Sector
12. Dr. Kavita Verma, Kalyan PG Development in India’, ` 5,00,000/-.
College, Bhilai Nagar, Chattisgarh,
‘Effect of Emotional Intelligence on 19. Dr. Prageet Aeron & Dr. Arnab K. Deb,
Aggression, Stress and Adjustment of International Management Institute,
Higher Secondary School Students of Delhi, ‘Assessing Capacity Utilization
Chhattisgarh State’, ` 7,00,000/-. Rate in Indian Manufacturing Sector: A
Firm Level Analysis’, ` 4,00,000/-.
13. Dr. J. Shakila, Principal, KG Rasadrao
ANR College of Education, Gudivada, 20. Dr. A.M. Sheela, St Josephs College
Andhra Pradesh, ‘A Study of the of Commerce, Bengaluru, Karnataka,
Academic Performance of Secondary ‘Identifying Growth Drivers of a Village
School Girl Children in Relation to their Economy in the Dry Tract of Karnataka:
Parent-Child Relationship’, ` 6,00,000/-. A Social Accounting Matrix Approach’,
` 7,50,000/-.
14. Dr. Nirbhaya Singh, B.V.M. (P.G.)
College, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, ‘21vi 21. Dr. Manju Maan, Assistant Prof.,
Sadi mein Shasan: E-Governance ek M.B.B Degree College, Dadri, Uttar
Alochnatmak Mulyankan’, ` 2,00,000/-. Pradesh,‘Gautambudh Nagar Housing
Finance in India: An Analytical Study
15. Dr. A. Joseph Xavier, Ayya Nadar Janki of Housing Scheme in Low and Middle
Ammal College, Sivakasi, Tamil Nadu, Income Group’, ` 6,00,000/-.
‘Quality of Work Life of Teachers
Working in Colleges of Education in 22. Dr. Mrs. Fatima Baby, Fatima College,
Tamil Nadu’, ` 5,00,000/-. Madurai, Tamil Nadu, ‘Socio- Economic
Transformation of Relocated Fisher Folk
16. Ms. Atole Pushpa Bhausaheb, after Tsunami in Kanyakumari District-
Vishwashanti Gurukul Teacher’s An Analysis’, ` 6,00,000/-.
Training Academy, Rajbaug Campus,
Pune, Maharashtra, ‘Preparing and 23. Dr. Ananda Das Gupta, Head, Indian
Training School Teachers from Private Institute of Plantation Management,
Unaided Self-financing Schools of Bengaluru, Karnataka, ‘A Study on

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the Productivity of the Tea Plantation ‘Estimating Out of Pocket Expenditure


Workers in Assam: Dimensions for HIV/AIDS Patients in Karnataka’,
towards a Sustainable Development’, ` 7,50,000/-.
` 5,00,000/-.
30. Dr. Amit Kundu, Mathabhanga College,
24. Dr. Dharmabrata Mohapatra, Ravenshaw Mathabhanga, Coochbehar, West
University, Cuttak, Odisha, ‘Gender Bengal, ‘Impact of Govt Expenditure
Politics in Agriculture: Male Dominance on Economic Growth in South Asian
in Farm Modernization and State Policy Countries (India, Pakistan and Sri
in Odisha’, ` 9,00,000/-. Lanka)-A Time Series Analysis’,
` 2,00,000/-.
25. Dr. Manisha A. Mehrotra, Banaras
Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar 31. Dr. Rajesh Pal, Mahatma Gandhi Kashi
Pradesh, ‘Employment Generation Vidyapith, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh,
through Pro-Poor Tourism: A Case ‘Socio-Economic Upliftment of the
Study of Handicraft Sector of Varanasi’, Poor Sections of the Society through
` 10,00,000/-. Financial Inclusion’, ` 4,00,000/-.

26. Dr. Tanuka Endow, Institute for Human 32. Dr. Anish V. Cherian, Dr. Shrinivasa
Development, IIPA Building, IP Estate, Bhat U., K.S. Hegde Medical
New Delhi, ‘Exploring Learning Academy, NITTE University,
Achievement and Classroom Experience Mangalore, Karnataka, and Prof.
in English Medium Low Cost Private Jayashree Ramakrishna, Head, MV
Schools: Does English as Medium of Govindaswamy Center, NIMHANS,
Instruction Act as Enabler or Barrier to Karnataka, ‘Development of Peer
Learning Achievement and What are Delivered Psycho-Social Intervention
the Implications for Social Equity?’, Module for Women Caregivers of
` 14,00,000/-. People With HIV/AIDS’, ` 3,00,000/-.

27. Dr. Hasmukh G. Desai, Gujarat 33. Dr. Chandra Bhusan Prasad Singh, T.M.
Vidyapeeth, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, ‘An Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur, Bihar,
Economic Study of Top Ten Milk ‘Exclusionary Practices in Professional
Producer Families from Villages (in Elite Colleges: Study of Multilayered
Context of Sabar Dairy)’, ` 5,00,000/-. Discrimination’, ` 4,00,000/-.

28. Dr. Kavita, Giri Institute of 34. Dr. Ishita Chatterjee, University of
Development Studies, Lucknow, Uttar Calcutta, Kolkata, West Bengal, ‘Work
Pradesh, ‘Impact of WTO Provisions Stress, Coping Strategies, Aggression
on Horticultural Exports: The Case of and Mental Health Status of Auto
Indian Mango’, ` 10,00,000/-. Rickshaw Drivers in and around
Kolkata’, ` 3,00,000/-.
29. Dr. Dattatraya R. Revankar, Centre
for Multi-Disciplinary Development 35. Dr. Kamlesh Singh, IIT, Delhi,
Research, Dharwad, Karnataka, ‘The Impact of Socio-Demographic

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Factors on Resilience in North Indian Gujarat, ‘Outbound Cross-Border
Adolescents’,` 3,00,000/-. Merger & Acquisition Deals on
Automotive Sector: The Rise of Chinese
36. Dr. Nisha Dilip Mundada, Shri Seth and Indian Firms Targets by EU Firms’,
Murlidharji Mansingka Arts, Science ` 1,00,000/-.
& Commerce College, Jalgaon,
Maharashtra, ‘Rampant Use of Mobile 43. Dr. Yogesh Laxmanrao Patinge,
Phones in Youth’, ` 7,00,000/-. Balbhim Arts, Science and Commerce
College, Beed, Maharashtra, ‘A Study
37. Dr. Shishir Kumar, KS Hegde Medical of Customer Relationship Management
Academy, Nitte University, Mangalore, of Bank of Maharashtra and its Impact
Karnataka, ‘Explanatory Model of on Customer Behavior with Special
Common Mental Disorders among Reference to Maharashtra State’,
Women Attending Primary Health ` 1,00,000/-.
Centres in Rural India’, ` 4,00,000/-.
44. Dr. N. Sundaram, School of Social
38. Dr. Navita Nathani, Prestige Institute of Sciences and Languages, VIT University,
Management, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, Vellore, Tamil Nadu, ‘Are Rural
‘Social Readiness for Entrepreneurial Consumers Aware of Their Rights? – A
Orientation: Empirical Evidences from Study with Special Reference To Vellore
MP, UP and Rajasthan’, ` 3,00,000/-. District of Tamil Nadu (Economically
Most Backward District)’, ` 3,00,000/-.
39. Prof. Parishkrit Agrawal, Dr. Akash
S. Jain & Dr. Devender Kawday, G.S. 45. Dr. K Jayachandra Reddy, Sri
College of Commerce &, Economics, Venkateswara University, Tirupati,
Nagpur, Maharashtra, ‘A Comprehensive Andhra Pradesh, ‘Consumer Awareness
Study of Octroi and LBT and its and Protection in India: A Study
Impact on Local Authority, Businesses with Reference to Andhra Pradesh’,
and General Public in Nagpur City’, ` 4,00,00/-.
` 6,00,000/-.
46. Dr. R Bhaskaran, Lovely Professional
40. Dr. Anita Shukla, M.V. Sh Lranjeevi University, Jalandhar, Phagwara,
College, Udaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Environmental Punjab, ‘Corrosion Auditing in Oil
Accounting and Reporting in the Global and Gas Transmission Pipelines in
Corporate Sector’, ` 2,50,000/-. India’,` 4,00,000/-.

41. Dr. P.S. Devakumar, Government College 47. Dr. Rajeev Kumar Panda, School of
for Women, Thiruvananthapuram, Management, NIT Rourkela, Odisha,
Kerala, ‘Social Security Delivery ‘Assessing Healthcare Service Quality
Distortions – A Case for the Senior of Primary Health Centers (PHCs) in
Citizens in India’, ` 3, 00,000/-. Rural Odisha’, ` 6,00,000/-.

42. Dr. Gurudutta Pradeep Japee, Gujarat 48. Dr. R. Rajesh, Noorul Islam University,
Commerce College, Ahmedabad, Kumaarakoil, Tamil Nadu, ‘A Study

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of Third Party Logistics (3PL) Service (Deemed University), Agra, Uttar


Providers in India in 2014’, ` 3,50,000/-. Pradesh, ‘Designingv Educational
and Training Interventions for
49. Dr. Saif Siddiqui, Centre for Preparing Undergraduates to Pursue
Management Studies, Jamia Millia Entrepreneurship as a Career Choice:
Islamia, New Delhi, ‘Volatility Spill- A Road map for Universities and
over and Integration of Select World Institutions of Higher Education’,
Stock Markets: An Analysis of ` 6,00,000/-.
Contagion and Structural Breaks’,
` 2,50,000/-. 55. Dr. Soma Sur, West Bengal State
University, Berunanpukuria, Barasat,
50. Dr. Chandan Kumar Sahoo, School
Kolkata, West Bengal, ‘An Investigation
of Management, National Institute of
of Non-communicable Lifestyle
Technology, Rourkela, Odisha, ‘Impact
Diseases and the Role of Health
of Human Resource Development
Institutions’, ` 4,00,000/-.
Interventionson Organizational
Effectiveness: An Empirical Investigation’, 56. Dr. Anuradha Dharendra Pathak,
` 3,50,000/-. Naran Lala College of Commerce and
51. Dr. AL. Malliga, Department of Management, Navsari, Gujarat, ‘MNCs
Management Studies, Mother Teresa in Gujarat: A Comparative Study of
Women’s University, Kodaikanal, Impact of Foreign Organizational
Tamil Nadu, ‘Developing e-Governance Climate with Indian Organizatinal
Framework for State University of Tamil Climate on Employees Performance’,
Nadu’, ` 3,00,000/-. ` 4,00,000/-.

52. Prof. Tusshar Mahajan, Rukmini Devi 57. Dr. Suja S. Nair, Vikrama Simhapuri
Institute of Advanced Studies, New University, Nellore, Andhra Pradesh,
Delhi, ‘Study of Driving Factors of ‘Impact of Corporate Social
Entrepreneurship Intention among Responsibility (CSR) on Rural
Students of Selected Universities of Development: Evidences from Andhra
North- India’, ` 5,00,000/-. Pradesh’, ` 2,00,000/-.

53. Dr. P.T. Vijaya Rajkumar, Director, 58. Dr. Pragya Keshari, Prestige Institute
Nehru Institute of Engineering & of Management and Research, Indore,
Technology, Thirumalayampalayam, Madhya Pradesh, ‘Innovative Marketing
Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, ‘Effectiveness Strategies for Small and Medium
of Information Technology Practices Enterprises in Western Madhya Pradesh:
in Small & Medium Scala Enterprises An Analytical Study’, ` 4,00,000/-.
(SMEs) in Tamil Nadu- An Evaluative
Study’, ` 7,00,000/-. 59. Dr. Uma Thirupathy, Head, Department
of Management Studies, Dr. MGR
54. Dr. Sumita Srivastava, Educational & Research Institute
Dayalbagh Educational Institute University, Maduravoyal, Chennai,

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Tamil Nadu, ‘Performance Oriented economic Status of Agricultural Labours
Competency for Sustaining Operational in Hilly Region of the Kolhapur District:
Excellence at Amma Canteen in Tamil A Geographical Analysis’, ` 8,00,000/-.
Nadu’, ` 8,00,000/-.
67. Dr. R.K.S. Arora, Maharshi Dayanand
60. Dr. Haleema, School of Social Sciences Saraswati University, Ajmer, Rajasthan,
& Languages, VIT University, Vellore, ‘Over Population and R.T.E.:
‘Social Cognitive Theory in Evaluating Expectations and Achievement: A
Service Quality and Adoption of Internet Study of the Unorganized Sector of the
Banking Services in Vellore District, Society’, ` 6,00,000/-.
Tamil Nadu, India’, ` 8,00,000/-.
68. Dr. Wakar Amin Zargar, University
61. Dr. Manjari Sarkar, Kandra R.K.K. of Kashmir, Hazratbal, Srinagar, ‘An
Mahavidyalaya, Kandra, Burdwan, Insight into the Religious Minorities
West Bengal, ‘Poverty and Micro with Special Reference to Sikhs Living
Finance: Interrogating Self Help in Kashmir Valley’, ` 8,00,000/-.
Groups Experience from Puri District of
Odisha’, ` 4,00,000/-. 69. Dr. Abhijit Guha, Vidyasagar
University, Midnapore, West Bengal,
62. Dr. Piyal Basu Roy, Alipurdar College, ‘An Anthropological Study of the
Jalpaiguri, West Bengal, ‘Status of Rural University Campus in West Bengal:
Women, Left Behind for Male Labour Towards a Humane Planning for
Circulation in Cooch Behar District, Building Better University-Community
West Bengal’, ` 3,00,000/-. Relationship’, ` 6,00,000/-.

63. Dr. Chhanda Karfa, Dr. Gour Mohan Roy 70. Dr. R.N. Pati, Executive Director,
College, Monteswar, Burdwan, West CTRD Mahamaya Bhawan, Patia,
Bengal, ‘Urbanization, Environment Bhubneshwar, Odisha, ‘Ecological
and Governance in Durgapur Industrial and Socio-economic Aspects of
Complex’, ` 3,00,000/-. Mangrove Ecosystems Conservation:
An Anthropological Case Study of
64. Dr. Narendra Pal Singh, Principal, Bhitarkanika Mangrove Ecosystem in
Meerut College, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, Odisha’, ` 9,00,000/-.
‘Geo- Economic and Geo- Strategic
Importance of Indian Ocean for India: 71. Dr. Chandana Sarmah, Gauhati
Challenges and Option’, ` 8,00,000/-. University, Jalukbari, Guwahati, Assam,
‘Bio-Social Aspects of Ageing: A Study
65. Dr. Rupali Phukan Bhuyan, Dr. Pradip among Two Tribes of Marigaon District,
Sharma, Cotton College, Guwahati, Assam’, ` 5,00,000/-.
Assam, ‘Gender Atlas of Assam’,
`4,00,000/-. 72. Dr. Alok Kumar Mathur, Dr. Jagajeet
Prasad Singh, & Dr. Deepti Shukla,
66. Dr. Ratan V. Hajare, Govt. Rajaram Indian Institute of Health Management
College, Kohlapur, Maharashtra, ‘Socio- Research (IIHMR), Jaipur, Rajasthan,

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‘An Anthropological Study of the Factors Gender Diversity at the Work Place; it’s
Affecting the Socio-Economic Status Impact on Organizational Performance’,
and Quality of Work Life of the Chhipa ` 10,00,000/-.
Community of Jaipur, Rajasthan’, `
9,00,000/-. 79. Dr. W. Kunjarani Chanu, Director,
S. Kula Women’s College, Nambol,
73. Dr. D. Sai Sujatha, Sri Venkateswara Manipur, ‘A Study on Women Living
University, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, with HIV/AIDS in Manipur: Reference
‘An Interventional Study on Awareness to Domestic Violence and Health-care
of Child Rights among Dalit Children in Support’, ` 12,00,000/-.
Andhra Pradesh’, ` 5,00,000/-.
80. Dr. Madhurima Goswami, Head,
74. Prof. P. Devaki Devi (Retired), Andhra Chandraprabha Saikani Centre for
University, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Women’s Studies, Tezpur University,
Pradesh, ‘Linkages Between Human Napaam, Assam, ‘Women and Trafficking:
Resource Management Systems, A Study of the Border Areas of Sonitpur
Technology and Employment Relations District of Assam’, ` 15,00,000/-.
with Special Reference to Impact on
Women’, ` 10,00,000/-. 81. Dr. Sawmya Ray, Indian Institute of
Technology, Guwahati, Assam, ‘In
75. Dr. Nazir Jabbar Sheikh, Manavlok’s Search of Gender Justice: Violence
College of Social Sciences, Ambajogai, Against Women and Law in Assam’,
Maharashtra, ‘Muslim Girl’s Education: `12,00,000/-.
An Analytical Study of Socio- economic
and Cultural Barriers at Rural Area of 82. Dr. Manju Dubey, Sant Kabir Acharya
Beed District, Maharashtra’,` 8,00,000/-. Amrit Das Mahavidyalaya, Sant Kabir
Nagar, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Empowering
76. Dr. Sudhansubala Sahu, Christ Women through Decentralized Rural
University, Bengaluru,‘ICT Enabled Governance: A Study of Problems
Health Communication: A Study of and Challenges of Women Elected
Changing Doctor-Patient Relationship Representatives in Uttar Pradesh and
among the Middle Class in Bengaluru’, Haryana’, ` 3,00,000/-.
` 5,00,000/-.
83. Dr. Ananda Nand Tripathi, Govt.
77. Prof. R. Subashini, Dr. A. Vasumathi, Degree College, Nainbagh, Tehri,
Dr. G. Velmurugan, VIT Business Garhwal, Uttarakhand, ‘Political
School, VIT University, Vellore, Tamil Participation of Women: A Study of
Nadu, ‘Stress and Coping Styles of Elected Women Representatives in
Women Entrepreneurs in Tamil Nadu – Local Government in Uttar Pradesh and
An Empirical Study’, ` 12,00,000/-. Uttarakhand’, ` 3,00,000/-.

78. Dr. K.V. Anantha Kumar, Institute of 84. Mr. Manoj Kumar & Dr. Vineeta
Public Enterprise, Osmania University, Jhabrera, Ch. B.S.D.A.V. College,
Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘Engendering Haridwar, Uttarakhand, ‘Suchna ka

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Adhikar: ek Alochanatmak Adhyayan’, 91. Dr. Amitabh Bhatt & Dr. Ashwani K.
` 5,00,000/-. Sharma, M.P.G College, Kingcrage,
Mussorie, Uttarakhand, ‘Issues and
85. Dr. Kalpana Sanjeeb Agrawahari, Policy Implication of Migration From
Kumaon University, Nainital, Uttrakhand’, ` 5,00,000/-.
Uttarakhand, ‘Politics of Small States
in India: A Case Study of Telangana’, 92. Dr. Dipen Saikia, Moridhal
` 5,00,000/-. College, Moridhal, Assam, ‘Gender
Discrimination and Violation of Human
86. Dr. Aditi Tyagi, Dr. Sanjeeb Kumar
Rights of Rural Women in North East
Sharma, Ch Charan Singh University,
India: A Comparative Study of Dhemaji
Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Government and
Districts of Assam and Papumpare
Non-Government Initiatives in Disaster
District of Arunachal Pradesh’,
Management: An Analytical Study
` 3,00,000/-.
of Garhwal Region in Uttarakhand’,
` 5,00,000/-. 93. Dr. Alok Ranjan, Research of Chinese
87. Dr. Vinod Kumar, MM (PG) College, Studies, Delhi, ‘Kashmir in Transition
Modinagar, Ghaziabad, ‘Challenges (2001-2011):Opportunities for Change’,
(Constitutional Policy and Legal) ` 3,00,000/-.
for UID (AADHAR) Project &
94. Dr. Ram Prakash Singh Yadav, Mahatma
Comparative Study of Frameworks
Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi, Uttar
(Global) for Biometric Identification’,
Pradesh, ‘Uttar Pradesh ke Varanasi
` 3,00,000/-.
- Ewam Ghazipur Janpad ke Nagar
88. Dr. Sudha Sharma, Principal, Bhawani Chhatro Par Adharit ek Vishlesanatmak
Degree College, Shajahanpur, Meerut, Adhyayan’, ` 3,00,000/-.
Uttar Pradesh, ‘Contested Borders and
Power Politics: A Study of the Indian 95. Dr. Gopal Sharma, Sitalkuchi College,
Enclave Migrants in the Border Regions West Bengal, ‘Seasonal Out-Migration
of India and Bangladesh’, ` 3,00,000/-. as a Survival Strategy of the Rural
People: A Study of Seven Districts of
89. Dr. Sri Chintamoni Phukan, Kherajkhat North Bengal, West Bengal’,` 3,00,000/-
College, Assam, ‘Peoples Participation
in Rural Development Programmes 96. Dr. Md. Mastanvali, Principal, Andhra
(SGSY and IAY) with special reference Muslim College, Guntur, Andhra
to Missing Community (ST):A Pradesh, ‘A Study on the Role and
Comparative Study of Lakhimpur and Performance of Women Political
Dhemaji District in Assam’, ` 3,00,000/-. Executives in Panchyati Raj Bodies in
Andhra Pradesh’, ` 3,00,000/-.
90. Dr. Dhanpal Singh, Ch. Harisingh
Kanya Mahavidhyalaya Mundikheri, 97. Dr. Meera, Institute of Legal Studies,
Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Bhartiya Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla,
Musalmanon ki Samasyayen: ek Mano- ‘Empowering Rural Women Through
Samajik Adhyayan’, ` 3,00,000/-. Socio-Economic Development: An

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Empirical Study of the State of Himachal 104. Dr. Pritha Chandra, Indian Institute of
Pradesh and Uttrakhand’, ` 6,00,000/-. Technology (IIT) Delhi, New Delhi,
‘Braj: Microvariation and Grammar
98. Dr. A. Meera, Government Arts College, Change in Hindi ‘Dialects’, ` 7,00,000/-.
Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, ‘Analysis of
the Gap between Food Production and 105. Dr. Divya Pande & Dr. Smita Verma,
Ever Growing Population’, ` 7,00,000/-. NSNPG College, Lucknow, Uttar
Pradesh, ‘Impact of Technology on
99. Dr. Ajay Parmar & Dr. Pankaj Kumar, Language and Social Communication
M.P.G. College, Kingerage, Mussorie, Pattern of School Students in the
Uttarakhand, ‘Himalayi Rajyon ke District of Lucknow’, ` 5,00,000/-.
Prakratik Swaroop ko Banaye Rakhne ki
Awashyakta mein Chunautiyan (Madhya 106. Prof. Alaka Buragohain & Dr. Narendra
Himalaya ke vishesh sandharbh mein)’, Lahkar, Media Trust, Guwahati, Assam,
` 7,00,000/-. ‘Database on the North-East Media:
Articles and Editorials Published in
100. Prof. Dev Singh Pokharia, Kumaun Local Newspapers’, ` 10,00,000/-.
University, Almora, Uttarakhand,
107. Prof. Dinesh Kumar Abrol, Institute
‘Uttarakhand Tharu Janjati Lok
for Studies in Industrial Development,
Sahitya ka Bhashayik ewam Samajik
New Delhi, ‘Emerging Patterns of
Adhyayan’, ` 8,00,000/-.
Outsourcing and Contracting in
101. Dr. (Mrs) Bhagirathi Biswas, Department Pharmaceutical Manufacturing in India:
of Sanskrit, Assam University, Silchar, Implications for Industrial Upgrading’,
Assam, ‘Endangered Languages of ` 10,50,000/-.
the Tribal in North Eastern India: An 108. Dr. Iqbal Ahmad Hakim, The Business
Analytical Study’, ` 8,00,000/-. School, University of Kashmir,
Hazaratbal, Sringar, Jammu &
102. Dr. Malavika P. Sharma, Pillai’s Institute
Kashmir, ‘Impact of Risk Management
of Information Technology, New Panvel,
and Enterpreneurial Potential on
Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, ‘The
the Effectiveness of Agricultural
Effectiveness of Game based Learning
Employment Generation Schemes: A
in Vocabulary Developing Thinking Case Study of Jammu and Kashmir’,
Skills – A Study based on Undergraduate ` 10,00,000/-.
Students of Engineering’, ` 4,00,000/-.
109. Dr. Shambhu Joshi, Directorate of
103. Dr. Krushna Chandra Mishra, Distance Education, Mahatma Gandhi
Government College, Bomdila, Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya,
Arunachal Pradesh, ‘Folk Literature of Gandhi Hills, Wardha, Maharashtra,
the Tribes of the West Kameng District ‘Social Capital and Farmer Suicide’,
of Arunachal Pradesh- A Study Towards ` 10,00,000/-.
Developing Sample Text Books for
the Primary School English Language 110. Dr. Deepak Kumar Behera, Humanities
Education’, ` 7,00,000/-. and Social Sciences, National Institute

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of Technology, Patna & Dr. Ashish Management Studies, Nagpur,
Rajan Sinha, Assistant Prof. & Dr. Braja Maharashtra, ‘A Pragmatic Approach
Bandhu, Swain Special Project Scientist, for CSR-Audit - Developing an Inclusive
International Livestock Research (ILRI), Frame Work’, ` 10,00,000/-.
New Delhi, ‘India's Agrarian Crisis and
the Emergence of Contract Farming: A 116. Dr. Shulagna Sarkar, Institute of
Study of Bihar’, ` 10,00,000/-. Public Enterprise, Osmania University
Campus, Hyderabad, Telangana,
111. Dr. Prashant Kumar Trivedi & Prof. ‘Effective Corporate Governance and
Surender Kumar, Giri Institute of Social Responsibility for Sustainable
Development Studies, Lucknow, Uttar Business’, ` 10,00,000/-.
Pradesh, ‘Emerging Agrarian Reletions
and Agricultural Labour in North India: 117. Dr. A Arulraj, Dept. of Economics,
An Investigation in Uttar Pradesh’, Rajah Serfoji Government College (A),
` 10,00,000/-. Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, ‘Mediating
Causes for High Level Infant Mortality
112. Dr. Kannakatti Jayanna, Department Rate in Marginalized Social Groups in
of Commerce, Fine Arts College Tamil Nadu’, ` 8,00,000/-.
Compus, Davanagere, Karnataka & Dr.
Channabasavanagouda, Department of 118. Dr. Usha Lenka, Dept. of Management
Economics, Davanagere, Karnataka, Studies, Indian Institute of Technology,
‘Value Chain Analysis of Cereal Crops Roorkee, Uttarakhand & Dr. Mukesh
in Karnataka - A Case Study of Maize Kumar Barua Dept. of Management
Crops’, ` 10,00,000/- Studies, Indian Institute of Technology,
Roorkee, Uttarakhand, ‘Factors
113. Dr. Jeena Fukey, Dept. of Hotel Influencing Consumer Socialization
Management, Christ University, of Children and its Consequences’,
Bengaluru, ‘Assessment and ` 8,00,000/-.
E-production of Corporate Governance
Process and Ethical Practices among 119. Dr. Gadadhara Mohapatra, Indian Insitute
Five Star Hotels in India: An Analytical of Public Administration, New Delhi
Case’, ` 8,00,000/-. & Dr. Girish Kumar, Indian Institute
of Public Administration, Indraprastha
114. Mr. Palaniappan, Dept. of Management Estate, New Delhi, ‘Impact of Integrated
Studies,Vinayaka Mission's Kirupananda Rubber Development Projects on Tribal
Variyar Engineering College, Tamil Livelihoods in Tripura: A Sociological
Nadu, ‘Corporate Governance Practices Study’, ` 6,40,000/.
and Corporate Financial Performance
of Manufacturing Firms in India: An 120. Dr. Chandan Kumar Sahoo, School
Empirical Study’, ` 10,00,000/-. of Management, National Institute
of Technology Rourkela, Rourkela,
115. Dr. Vaishali Rahate & Ms. Pravin Sundergarh, Odisha & Dr. Nihar Ranjan
Shaikh, Datta Meghe Institute of Mishra, Dept. of Humanities and

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Social Sciences, National Institute Gangtok, Sikkim, ‘Insights into the


of Technology Rourkela, Rourkela, Socio-economic Conditions and
Sundergarh, Odisha, ‘Economic Question of Identity Among the Tibetan
and Social Issues Confronting Refugees of the Indian Himalayas’,
the Marginalised Social Groups’, ` 5,60,000/-.
` 3,50,000/-.
126. Dr. K Raja, Dept. of Economics,
121. Dr. Sugata Sen, Dept. of Economics, Pachiyappas College, University of
Panskura Banamali College, Panskura, Madras, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, ‘A Study
Purba Medinipur, West Bengal, on Occupational Structure Change
‘Globalisation and Social Exclusion and Employment Opportunities for
from Development Programmes: A Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes
Study on West Bengal on the Basis of People in Rural Area in Tamil Nadu’,
Different Castes’, ` 5,60,000/-. ` 4,80,000/-.

122. Prof. Ishita Mukhopadhyay, Dept. of 127. Dr. Seema Sahay, Scientist F, H.o.D,
Economics, Women's Studies Research Socio Behavioural Research, National
Centre, University of Calcutta, AIDS Research Institute, Pune,
Kolkata, West Bengal, ‘Vulnerability Maharashtra, ‘A Study of Vulnerabilities
of Tribal Women in Terms of Social of Mirgrants in the Slum of Pune City,
Discrimination and Livelihood with Maharashtra with special reference to
Respect to State Policies: Study of Three Inter-Connectedness of Social Issues
States in Eastern India’, ` 9,50,000/-. and HIV Vulnerability’, ` 6,40,000/-.

123. Dr. Surendra Meher, Dept. of 128. Dr. Saptarshi Mitra, Department of
Economics, Babasaheb Bhimrao Geography and Disaster Management,
Ambedkar University, Lucknow, Uttar Tripura University, Suryamaninagar,
Pradesh, ‘Occupational Segmentations West Bengal, Tripura, ‘Traditional
and Intergroup Inequalities in Labour Tribal Weaving for Sustainble
Markets in India: A Field Investigations Livelihood and Empowerment of Tribal
from Odisha’, ` 8,00,000/-. Community in Tripura: A Geographical
Appraisal’, ` 8,00,000/-.
124. Dr. S.P. Kaushik, Dept. of Geography,
Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, 129. Dr. Archita Ghosh, Department of
Haryana, ‘Assessment of Tourism Economics, University of Kalyani,
Carrying Capacity in Cold Desert Tribal Nadia, West Bengal, ‘To What Extent
Area of the North-western Himalayas, MGNREGA has Influenced Muslim
Himachal Pradesh’, ` 9,00,000/-. Women ? A Case Study of Two Districts
of West Bengal’, ` 6,40,000/-.
125. Dr. Swati Sachdeva, Dept. of Sociology,
Sikkim University, Gangtok, Sikkim & 130. Dr. Manzoor Hussain, Department
Prof. Sameera Maiti, Dean, School of of Sociology, University of Kashmir,
Human Sciences, Sikkim University, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, ‘Poor

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Life Conditions of Tribal People in Kakatiya University, Vidyaranyapuri,
Ladakh: A Study of Dard Tribe’, Warangal, Telangana, ‘Corproate Social
` 5,60,000/-. Responsibility in Indian Manufacturing
Sector - A Study in Telangana State’,
131. Prof. Murzban Jal, Indian Institute of ` 9,50,000/-.
Education, Kothrud, Pune, Maharashtra,
‘Rituality and Rationality: A Study 136. Dr. Sarbojit Biswas, Dept. of English,
of the Ambedkarite Movements in Bankura University, Bankura, West
Maharashtra’, ` 9,50,000/-. Bengal, ‘Discoursing the Homeless
Elderly: Tropes, Desires and
132. Dr. M. Karthik, Institute of Public Containment’, ` 7,20,000/-.
Enterprises, Shameerpet, Hyderabad,
137. Dr. C. Subramanian, Dept. of Political
Telangana, ‘Social Marginalisation of
Science & Public Administration,
Women Textile Workers - A Study on
Annamalai University, Annamalai
the Textile and Garment Clusters at Nagar, Tamil Nadu, ‘Transgender
Coimbatore, Tirupur, Ahmedabad and People in the Contemporary Society:
Surat’, ` 9,50,000/-. A Study of Reaching Effects of Welfare
Schemes and Measures in Tamil Nadu’,
133. Dr. Sandhya Rani, Centre for Population,
` 5,60,000/-.
Health and Development, School of
Develpomental Studies, Tata Institute 138. Dr. Omprakash Kushwaha, C/o Arun
of Social Sciences, Deonar, Mumbai, Kumar Oraw, Jawaharlal Nehru
Maharashtra, ‘Socio-economic Status University, New Delhi, ‘Structure of
of Tribal Women in the Context of Power in Nonverbal Communication:
Skill Development: A Study of Andhra A Sociological Study of Subaltern
Pradesh’, ` 8,50,000/-. Communities of Bihar’, ` 6,40,000/-.

134. Dr. Debayan Pakrashi & Dr. Deep 139. Dr. Shawkat Ahmad Shah, Head, Post
Mukherjee, Department of Humanities Graduate Department of Psychology,
and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of University of Kashmir, Hazratbal,
Technology, Kanpur & Dr. Asadul Islam, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir,
Department of Economics, Monash ‘Perceived Social Support and Resilience
as the Determinants of Wellbeing: A
University, Australia; Paul Frijters,
Comparative Study of Orphans and
School of Economics, University of
Non-Orphans of District Budgam and
Queensland, Australia; Dr. Steven
Baramulla in Kashmir’, ` 6,40,000/-.
Stillman, Department of Economics,
University of Otago, Dunedin, New 140. Dr. Amit Rai, Mahatma Gandhi
Zealand, ‘Skill Formation and Self- Antrarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya,
Employment Generation through Wardha, Mahrashtra, ‘Changing Nature
Vocational Training’, ` 8,50,000/-. of Public Protest in India’, ` 10,00,000/-.

135. Dr. K Rajender, University College of 141. Dr. Arunima Deka, OKD Institute
Commerce & Business Management, of Social Change and Development,

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Guwahati, Assam, ‘Ethnic Identity, 147. Dr. Ajai Pal Sharma, Central University
Regionalism and Coalition Politics in of Haryana, Haryana, ‘Impact of
India's North-east’, ` 10,00,000/-. Panchayati Raj Institutions in Rural
Transformation: A Study of Selected
142. Dr. Dipak Kumar Midya, Dept. of Districts of Haryana’, ` 9,00,000/-.
Anthropology, Vidyasagar University,
Midnapore, West Bengal, ‘Extremism at 148. Dr. Anupama Dubey, Prof. R.K. Mishra,
Junglemahal in West Bengal: A Study in and Dr. P.S. Janaki Krishna, Institute of
Search of Socio-economic Roots of the Public Enterprise, Osmania University,
Violence’, ` 10,00,000/-. Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘A Study on
Water Resource Management: Post
143. Dr. R. Srinivasan, School of Excellence Liberalization Issues and Challenges in
in Law, Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Transforming Rural Andhra Pradesh and
Law University, Tamil Nadu, ‘Effect Telangana’, ` 9,00,000/-.
of Official Intervention and Delinquent
149. Dr. Balram Shukla, Department of
Persistence Among Released Juvenile
Sanskrit, University of Delhi, Delhi
in Tamil Nadu -An Empirical Study’,
& Dr. Hare Ram Tripathi, Shri Lal
` 10,00,000/-.
Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit
144. Dr. Alok Kumar Mishra, School of Vidyapeetha, New Delhi; Prof. Arbind
Economics, University of Hyderabad, K. Jha, Dean, School of Education,
Hyderabad, Telangana & Dr. P.K. Distance Education, Mahatma Gandhi
International Hindi University, Wardha;
Mohanty, Hon. Executive Chair,
Dr. Kamal Kishor Mishra, Calcutta
National Institute of Urban Management
University, Kankurgachi, Kolkata,
& Centre for Good Governance,
West Bengal, ‘Mind, Morality
Gachibowli, Hyderabad, ‘Smart Cities
and Motives: Learnings from Indian
and the Poor - An Agenda for Inclusive
Traditions’, ` 10,00,000/-.
Urbanisation in India’, ` 10,00,000/-.
150. Dr. Priyanka Sharma, (Dept. of
145. Dr. Deepa Mani, Indian School of Information and Technology, Raksha
Business, Gachibowli, Hyderabad, Shakti University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat);
Telangana, ‘An Empirical Analysis of Dr. Pavithran Nambiar; Dr. Divya
the Role of Technology Interventions Shree; Ms. Nirali Jasani, ‘Risk Analysis
in Urban Transformation: Governance of Social Media Obsession in Gujarat
and Socio-Political Articulations’, - An Analytical Study’, ` 10,00,000/-.
` 10,00,000/-.
151. Dr. Deepak Upadhyaya, Dept. of
146. Dr. Shruti Tambe, Department of Journalism & Mass Communication,
Sociology, Savitribai Phule Pune, Tripura University, Tripura, ‘Digitally
University, Ganeshkhind, Pune, Enabled or Digitally Addicted Youths?
Maharashtra, ‘Negotiating Caste: A Study of Addiction to Social Media
Livelihoods, Occupations and Collective among the Educated Youths in the State
Action in Urban India’, ` 10,00,000/-. of Tripura, India’, ` 10,00,000/-.

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152. Dr. Manthan Janodia, Dept. of Pharmacy in Enhancing Problem Solving and Pro-
Management, Manipal College of social Behaviour of Primary School
Pharmaceutical Sciences, Manipal Students’, ` 10,00,000/-.
University, Manipal, Karnataka, ‘Use of
Social Media for Seeking Health Related 158. Dr. Jyotsna Sahoo, PG Dept. of
Information: A Survey to Understand Library & Information Science,
Policy Perspective’, ` 10,00,000/-. Sambalpur University, Burla, Odisha,
‘Methodological development and
153. Dr. S. Jenefa, Dept. of Journalism innovations in social science research:
and Science Communication, Madurai An assessment of the research methods
Kamaraj University, Madurai, Tamil employed in the disciplines of political
Nadu, ‘A Study on Level of Awareness science and sociology’, ` 10,00,000/-.
about Cyber Laws related to Social
Media among its Users in Tamil Nadu’, 159. Dr. Celine Sunny, Executive Director,
` 8,00,000/-. The Research Institute, Rajagiri College
of Social Sciences, Kochi, Kerala,
154. Dr. Bharat Bhushan Singla, School ‘Concept, Pattern and Incidence of
of Management Studies, Panjabi Gender Violence in Public and Private
University, Patiala, Punjab, ‘Impact of (Family) Spheres in Kerala’,` 10,00,000/-.
Social Media on Consumerism: A Study
of Selected Cities of Punjab’,` 8,00,000/-. 160. Dr. (Mrs) Bigi Thomas, Dept. of Social
Work, Sardar Patel University, Gujarat,
155. Dr. R. Subramani, Department of ‘Intimate Partner Violence: Exploring
Journalism and Mass Communication, Links With Men's Attitude Towards
Periyar University, Selem, Tamil Nadu, Gender Equality and Childhood Gender
‘Academic and Psychosocial Impact Inequalities & Violence Experience’,
of Construction and Dynamics ` 10,00,000/-.
of Social Media among University
Students’, ` 10,00,000/-. 161. Dr. Raghunath Sitaram Mahajan,
Principal, Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar
156. Dr. S. Kavitha & Dr. N. Anitha, College of Social Work, Morane,
GRG School of Management Studies, Maharashtra, ‘The study of dowry
PSGR Krisnammal College for Women, death cases and desertwomen affected
Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu ‘Influence by domestic violence in Dhule district
of Social Media on Personality (Maharashtra)’, ` 10,00,000/-.
Development Among the Millennical in
Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu with Special 162. Dr. Aadil Bashir, Dept. of Social Work,
Reference to Facebook and What'sapp’, University of Kashmir, Hazratbal,
` 10,00,000/-. Srinagar, ‘Domestic violence in
Kashmir’, ` 10,00,000/-.
157. Dr. M. Vasimalairaja, Alagappa
University College of Education, 163. Dr. Khushboo Mahajan, Institute for
Alagappa University, Karaikudi, Tamil Development and Communication
Nadu, ‘Effectiveness of Video Games (IDC), Chandigarh, ‘Dalit women in the

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political economy of agrarian crisis and for Sustainable development through


resistance in Punjab’, ` 10,00,000/-. financial Inclusion with reference to
Maharashtra region’, ` 6,00,000/-.
164. Dr. Kalyan Kumar & Dr. Jayasree
Ravindran, Institute of Public 2. Dr. V. Shunmugasundaram, Banaras
Enterprises, Osmania University Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar
Campus, Hyderabad, Telangana, Pradesh, ‘Financial Inclusion Practices
‘Effectiveness of E-governance by Public Sector Banks in Rural Villages
Iinitiatives through Social Media: A and its Impact on Social-Economic
Study with respect to Southern States Changes amont Rural People’,
in India’, ` 10,00,000/-. ` 4,80,000/-.

165. Dr. Baby Shri, Department of 3. Dr. William, Vijay Singh Pathik
Psychology, Calicut University, Kerala, Institute of Law, Gautam Budh Nagar,
‘Critical Analysis and Intervention into ‘Bharat mein urza ki aavshyakta:
Research Culture: With Specific Focus biogas vaikalpik urza ke roop mein’,
to Methodological Issues in Social ` 4,00,000/-.
Science Research’, ` 10, 00,000/-.
4. Dr. Robin & Dr. Shiv Kumar Garg,
166. Dr. Motilal Mahamallik, Institute Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Problems and
of Development Studies, Jaipur, Minimum Economic Need Assessment
Rajasthan, ‘The Invisible Economics of of BPL Household in Hill Rural Areas: A
Anonymous People in India: Mapping Study of District Pauri in Uttarakhand’,
the Gaps for Rehabilitation of Urban ` 8,00,000/-.
Homeless’, ` 10,00,000/-.
5. Dr. Seema Malik, Utkal University,
167. Dr. S Gandhimathi, Dept. of English, Bhubneshwar, Odisha, ‘Land
Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai, Alieanation and Threats to Livelihoods:
Tamil Nadu, ‘Experimental studies Understanding Rural Poverty in India’,
on the alleviation of anxiety and ` 8,00,000/-.
reticence of first generation women
L2 learners belonging to SC/ST and 6. Dr. Dinesh P.T, Centre for the Study of
minority communities from the select Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy
districts of Tamil Nadu using task (CSSEIP), University of Mysore,
based strategies’, ` 10,00,000/-. Karnataka, ‘The Contribution of the
Health Insurance Schemes for Inclusive
Category: Schedule Caste (SC) Development: An Explorative Study
of Karnataka’, ` 4,80,000/-.
1. Prof. (Mrs.) Pradnya P Meshram, MIT
College of Engineering's Centre for 7. Dr. Manjula Laxman Dabhi, Shahibhagh,
Management Studies and Research, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, ‘Surplus land
Pune, Maharashtra, ‘A Critical Study on Distribution Impact on Dalits Economic
the Opportunities and Challenges Faced Status and Capability in Gujarat State:
by Nationalized and private banks An Analysis’, ` 4,00,000/-.

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8. Dr. Brikendra Singh Boudha, Jhansi, of Scheduled Caste Development and
Uttar Pradesh, ‘Majduron mein Madak Welfare Programmes in the Solapur
dravyon ka badta prayog: Samajik District’, ` 4,80,000/-.
aur aarthik samsaya ke roop mein ek
visleshnatmak adhyayan’,` 7,20,000/-. 15. Dr. Narayan Sethi, National Institute
of Technology (NIT), Rourkela,
9. Dr. Gummadi Sridevi, University of Odisha, ‘An Evaluation of Process and
Hyderabad, Gachibowli, Hyderabad, Efficiency of Public Distribution System
Telangana, ‘Climate Change and in Odisha’, ` 8,00,000/-.
persistsence of food and nutrition
Security: A case of vulnerable groups’, 16. Dr. Kamble Gautam Subana, School
` 10,00,000/-. of Social Sciences, Solapur University,
Maharashtra, ‘A Study of Economic
10. Dr. Sunitha A.S., Centre for the Study of Analysis of Rural Poverty in Western
Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy Maharashtra’, ` 8,00,000/-.
(CSSEIP), Cochin University of Science
and Technology, Kochi, Kerala, ‘Socio- 17. Dr. P. Balamurugan, Centre for Rural
Economic Exclusion: An Investigation Development, Annamalai University,
into the Intra-Community Vicissitudes Annamalai Nagar, Tamil Nadu, ‘A Study
among the Tribes of Kerala: Based on on the Modernisation of Tank Systems
Social Progress Index’, ` 6,40,000/-. and Poverty towards Sustainable Rural
Livelihoods in Two Select Districts of
11. Dr. Pankaj Jyoti Hazarika, Sibsagar
Tamil Nadu’, ` 6,40,000/-.
Commerce College, Sivasagar, Assam,
‘Fish Farming in Assam: Problems and 18. Dr. Suresh Ramdas Pathare, CSRD-
Prospects’, ` 4,80,000/-. Institute of Social Work and
12. Dr. Sunil Babu, Rajdhani College, Raja Research, Ahmednagar, Maharashtra,
Garden, New Delhi, ‘A Comparative ‘Collaborative Research: Community
Study of Poverty in Scheduled Castes: Resilience to Droughts and Agrarian
A Case study of Haryana since the Crises’, `. 4,00,000/-.
Nineties’, ` 4,00,000/-.
19. Dr. Y. Sreenivasulu, Centre for Economic
13. Dr. Siddaraju V.G., Centre for Study and Social Studies, Hyderabad,
of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Telangana, ‘Migration of Dalit Women
Policy, Manasagangothri, University Workers from Telangana and Andhra
of Mysore, Mysore, Karnataka, ‘An Pradesh States in India to the Gulf’,
empirical Investigation of Mahatma ` 5,60,000/-.
Gandhi National Rural Employment
Guarantee Act in Inclusive Development 20. Dr. G. Paramasivan, Environment
in Karnataka’, ` 4,80,000/-. Advisory for Sustainable Trust,
Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu, ‘Inclusive
14. Dr. Shivaji Vishwas Shinde, D.A.V Growth of Rural Livelihoods: Mahatma
Velankar College of Commerce, Gandhi National Rural Employment
Solapur, Maharashtra, ‘Social Audit Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS)

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Tirunelveli District, Tamil Nadu’, 27. Dr. Mantu Kumar Mahalik, National
` 4,80,000/-. Institute of Technology (NIT), Rourkela,
Odisha, ‘An Evaluation of Process
21. Dr. R. Annadurai, Annamalai University, and Efficiency of Public Distribution
Annamalai Nagar, Tamil Nadu, ‘Tribal System (PDS) in Baleswar and Bhadrak
Livelihood Strategies in Tamil Nadu, Districts of Odisha’, ` 6,00,000/-.
India- A Comparative Economic
Analysis’, ` 4,80,000/-. 28. Dr. Rathindra Nath Pramanik, Visva-
Bharti University, Santiniketan, Birbhum,
22. Dr. P. Murugesan, Annamalai University, West Bengal, ‘Agrarian Crisis and
Annamalai Nagar, Tamil Nadu, ‘Access Conditions of Farmers in West Bengal’,
to Common Property Resources: A ` 6,40,000/-.
Study among Dalits in Dindigul District,
Tamil Nadu’, ` 5,60,000/-. 29. Dr. A.D. Adhava, Rayat Shikshan
Sanstha's Mahatma Phule Arts, Science
23. Dr. Sudhir Kumar Ranga, The Centre for and Commerce College, Panvel,
Development Studies, Jhajjar, Harayana, Maharashtra, ‘Role of Various NGOs in
‘Impact of Government Schemes on Social Development of Raigad District
the Upliftment of Scheduled Castes in Maharashtra’, ` 3,60,000/-.
India-A case study of Haryana State’,
30. Dr. Suresh R, Budh Vihar, Munirka
` 8,00,000/-.
Village, New Delhi, ‘Economic Reform
24. Dr. Bhramjeet, R.J. Mahavidhyalaya and Industrial Performance: Evidence
Raipur, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Socio- from Indian Engineering Industry’,
Economic Status of Construction ` 10,00,000/-.
Labour: A Study of NCR’, ` 5,60,000/-.
31. Dr. Sarbjeet Singh, Punjab University,
25. Dr. Shelar Arvind Baburao, Maharshi Patiala, Punjab, ‘Socio-Economic
Karve Stree Shikshan Samstha's Shree Dimensions of Farmers and
Siddhivinayak Arts and Commerce Agricultural Labourers Suicides in
Punjab’, ` 10,00,000/-.
Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Karvenagar,
Pune, Maharashtra, ‘Finance of the 32. Dr. Danthamala Bhushan Sudhakar,
General Grantable Colleges with School of Management, Pondicherry
Changing Context to Globalisation: University, Tamil Nadu, ‘Financial
Special Reference to Maharashtra State’, Inclusion and Adventures among Urban
` 8,00,000/-. Migrated Poor in the Regions of Tamil
Nadu & Pondicherry’,` 4,80,000/-.
26. Dr. Ravinder Kumar, Brahme
School of Studies in Economics, 33. Dr. Kavita Chauhan, Jamia Millia
Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University Islamia, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi,
Raipur, Chhatisgarh, ‘Economic Impact ‘A New Methodology towards
of Air Pollution on Urban Household: Standardizing Customer Satisfaction
With Spacial Reference to Raipur Index for Business: An Exploratory
District’, ` 2,50,000/-. Approach’,` 7,20,000/-.

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34. Dr. Hari Babu Singhu & Dr. Babli 40. Dr. Harish Kumar, V.A.B. Degree
Dhiman, Lovely Professional University, College, Bhoopalpur, Etah, Uttar
Jalandhar, Phagwara, Punjab, ‘A Pradesh, ‘Study of social, Economical,
Study on Acuity among Low Income Cultural and Historical of Gonda Tribe
Individuals towards Health Insurance in in kanker District of Chhatisgarh State’,
Punjab’, ` 7,20,000/-. ` 3,20,000/-.

35. Dr. N. William Singh, University College 41. Dr. Aradhana Kumari, J.S. (Hindu)
Aizawl, Mizoram, ‘Assymetrical P.G College, Amroha, Uttar Pradesh,
‘Musahr Jati ke Samajik, Aarthik va
Borderlands: Networks and naratives of
Sakshik Sthiti ka Vishleshnatmak
communities on the edge of Mizoram
Adhyayan’, ` 3,20,000/-.
borders’, ` 4,00,000/-.
42. Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Deoband,
36. Dr. Santosh Marotrao Ramteke, S. Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Aadhunik
Chandra Mahila Mahavidyalaya, paripekshya mein gramin rajneetik
Rastrasanth Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur parivartan mein aarakshan ki bhumika
University, ‘Evaluation of Human ka vishleshanatmak adhyaan (Muzaffar
Rights Development in Naxal Affected Nagar jile ke vishesh sandharbh mein’,
Tribal Area-A special reference of ` 5,60,000/-.
Gondia District 2012-2015’, ` 4,00,000/-.
43. Dr. Satya Prakash, NT Degree College,
37. Dr. Dadashaheb Ambadas, M.S.S. Seidnagli, Amroha, Uttar Pradesh,
Art, Commerce and Science College, ‘Historical Study of Challenges and
Beed, Maharastra, ‘A Study of Socio- Direction Condition of Dalit Societies
Economic Impact of Govt Social in India-in Modern Context Special
Welfare Programme on SC, ST, Reference to Varanasi District’,
Minorities and Other Backward Class ` 4,00,000/-.
in Rural Areas of marathwada Region’, 44. Dr. Om Prakash Bharatiya, Banaras
` 8,00,000/-. Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar
Pradesh, ‘Gramin Vikas mein Ambedkar
38. Dr. C. Giribabu, KKC Institute of
Gram Vikas Yojana ka Prabhav: ek
Post Graduate Studies (KIPS), Andhra
Samajvaigyanik Adhyayan’,` 6,40,000/-.
Pradesh, ‘Study on Impact of Forest
Rights Act 2006 on Scheduled Tribes in 45. Dr. Vimal Kumar Lahari, Banaras Hindu
Andhra Pradesh (Residuary State)’, University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh,
` 6,40,000/-. ‘Vridh Shodh Pariyojna bhejne ke
sandharbh mein’, ` 800,000/-.
39. Dr. Jeet Singh, Government Girls PG
College, Shamli, Uttar Pradesh, ‘In 46. Dr. Ramesh, University of Mysore,
Future Security of Women: A Challenge Manasagangothri, Karnataka, ‘A Socio-
(Increase Cases against women in Economic and legal Status of the Street
Uttar Pradesh on physcological and Vendors- A case study of Karnataka’,
sociological research’, ` 4, 80,000/-. ` 4,80,000/-.

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47. Dr. Meera Manjul, H.P. University, 54. Dr. Chandra Pal, Vijay Singh Pathik
Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, ‘Family Institute of Law, Gautambudh Nagar,
Violence: Social Psychological Uttar Pradesh, ‘Dr. Ambedkar ka
Dynamics and Societal Response’, Dharmantaran evam Dalit Uthhaan: ek
` 4,00,000/-. visleshnatmak Adhyayan’, ` 6,40,000/-.

48. Dr. Rajesh Shastri, Motilal Nehru 55. Dr. Sanjay Kumar, R.J. Mahavidhyalaya,
National Instiute of Technology, Raipur, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Samajik
Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, ‘A Study on Upeksha ka Shikar Tejaab Peedit (Acid
role of NGO in Capacity Building & Attack) Mahilayen’, ` 4,00,000/-
Social Mobilization of rural people:
with special reference to Uttar 56. Dr. Suman, H.No-12, Shikshak Niwas
Pradesh’, ` 4,00,000/-. Boundary Road, Meerut College
Campus, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Ethnic
49. Dr. K. Suriyan, Bharathidasan Conflict of Assam and Indian: An
University, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, Analytical Study’, ` 6,40,000/-.
‘A Study on Dalit Exclusion in Tamil
Nadu’, ` 6,40,000/-. 57. Dr. Subhash Chand, Ch.Charan Singh
University, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh,
50. Dr. K. Jayaraman, Bharathidasan ‘Panchayti Raj Vyavastha mein
University, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, anusuchit jati mahilaon ki bhumika ka
‘Problems Encountered by the SC/ST ek vishleshantmak Adhyayan (Paschimi
Students of Alcholic Parents in Tamil Uttar Pradesh ke sandharbh mein)’,
Nadu State’, ` 6, 40,000/-. ` 3,20,000/-.

51. Dr. Vineet Kumar, Ch. Jeevan Singh 58. Dr. Bhavana Verma, Mahatma Gandhi
Memorial Mahavidhyala Sayrol, Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi, Uttar
Tappal, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, Pradesh, ‘An Assessment of Status of
‘Aadhunik Bharat mein asparshyta the Adolescent Girls in Rural Areas
(achuton mein achut samajhe jane of District Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh’,
wale bhangi jaati ke vishesh sandharbh ` 6,40,000/-.
mein)’, ` 5,60,000/-.
59. Dr. Ramesh M.N, Rani
52. Dr. Seema, Shri Ragunath Singh Chennamma University, Vidyasangama,
Mahvidhyala, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, Bhootaramanhatti, Belagavi, Karanataka,
‘Kashmir mein yuvaon mein badti ‘Empowerment of Dalit women
drugs ki latt: ek manovaigyanik va through Political Participation and
samajik adhayayn’, ` 4,80,000/-. Education-A Study on Karnataka State
Rural District’, ` 5,60,000/-.
53. Dr. Meenakshi Devi, Shaheed Bhagat
Singh Girls Degree College, Meerut, 60. Dr. Virender Kumar, Ch. Bharat Singh
Uttar Pradesh, ‘Bharat mein manav DAV Mahavidyalay Jhabera, Haridwar,
taskari: ek visleshnatmak Adhyayan’, Uttrakhand, ‘Malin Basti ki mahilayen
` 4,80,000/-. aur apraadh’, ` 4,00,000/-.

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61. Dr. Poonam, Shahed Bhagat Singh Education by School Teachers and
Girls Degree College, Meerut, Students’, ` 8,00,000/-.
Uttar Pradesh, ‘Parvatiya shetra ki
mahilaen ek chunautipurn bhumika 68. Mr. Dhiliphan Kumar M, Sakthi Institute
mein’, ` 5,60,000/-. of Information and Management
Studies, Tuticorin, Coimbatore, Tamil
62. Dr. Indrajeet Singh, DPM Institute Nadu, ‘A Study on education status of
of Education, Meerut, Uttar Tribal Children with special referance
Pradesh, ‘Mahila Shashaktikaran aur to Nilgris District, Tamil Nadu’,
sarkshantamak vibhed ki avaddharna’, ` 6, 40,000/-.
` 4,00,000/-.
69. Dr. Krishniah, Institute of Advanced
63. Dr. D. Parimala, University of Delhi, Studies in Education, R.V. Teachers
Delhi, ‘Study on Status of Scheduled College, Jayanagar, Bengaluru, ‘Effect
Caste Women in Delhi: Educational of Two Years B.Ed course on Socio-
Empowerment and Challenges’, Psychological factors among B.Ed
` 4,80,000/-. trainees of Bangalore University’,
` 6,40,000/-.
64. Dr. Srinivas Goli, School of Social
Sciences (SSS), Jawaharlal Nehru 70. Dr. Vineeta Kumari, M.P. Govt. Degree
University, New Delhi, ‘Understanding College, Sikandara Road, Hathras, Uttar
Pregnancy, Nutrition and Health Care Pradesh, ‘A Study of Academic Interest,
among Women in Rural Areas and Urban Academic Achievement and Creativity
Slums of Uttar Pradesh: A Longitudinal of Adolescents in relation to their
Study’, ` 10,00,000/-. parental pressure for achievement in
school’, ` 6,40,000/-.
65. Dr. Jai Prabhakar, Centre for Multi-
Disciplinary Development Research 71. Dr. Milind A. Sawai, Dr. Ambedkar
(CMDR), Karnataka, ‘Performance of College of Social Work, Wardha,
Scheduled Castes in Higher Education: Maharashtra, ‘A Study of Experiences of
Is there a Nexus between Inclusion SC/ST Students in Campus Environment
and Outcomes in Karnataka ?’, with Special Reference of Medical,
` 10,00,000/-. Engineering and Pharmaceutical
Institutions in Vidharbha of State of
66. Dr. Manoj Kumar Behera, KIIT Maharashtra’, ` 10,00,000/-.
University, Bhubneshwar, Odisha,
‘Literacy in Promoting Empowerment 72. Dr. Sushil Kumar, Atarra Degree College,
among the Tribal Women: A case study Banda, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Muslim Samaj
of Odisha’, ` 5,60,000/-. mein Mahilaon ki Shaikshik Sthiti ka
Vishleshatmak Adhyayan’, ` 6,40,000/-.
67. Dr. Birbal Saha, Sidho-Kanho-
Birsa University, Purulia, West 73. Dr. M Manjula, NIMHANS, Bengaluru,
Bengal, ‘Perception of Total Quality Karnataka, ‘Mental Health Literacy
Management Practice in Secondary on Youth Depression and Suicides

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for Teachers: Impact on Knowledge, Shahjanpur, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh,


Attitudes, facilitating support and help ‘Bhartiye rajnitik vyayvastha evam
seeking’, ` 3,20,000/-. naksalvaadi samasya se sulagta Bharat
(U.P rajye ke Mirjapur aur sonbhadra
74. Dr. L.N. Bunker, J.N.V. University, chayenit jilo ke vishesh sandarbh
Jodhpur, Rajasthan, ‘Social Anxiety, mein’, ` 3,20,000/-.
Relationship, Mental Health and
personality factors of Adivasi 81. Dr. Kunwar Pal Singh, C.C.S University,
(Tribes) Adolescents of South Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Panchayati
Rajasthan’, ` 5,60,000/-. rajvyavastha mein mahilayon ki
sahbhagita (uttar pradesh ke meerut
75. Dr. Shanmukh Vasant Kamble, Karnatak aur hapur janpad ke vishesh sandarbh
University, Dharwad, Maharashtra, mein)’, ` 3,20,000/-.
‘Work Book Intervention to Promote
Forgiveness, Humility, Patience, Self 82. Dr. M. Sugirtha, Annamalai University,
Control & Positivity’, ` 4,00,000/-. Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu, ‘Atrocitites
against Dalits in Tamil Nadu: An
76. Dr. Prakash Veer Dahiya, Satyawati Etiological Study of Social, Economic
College, University of Delhi, Delhi, and Political Reasons’, ` 6,40,000/-.
‘Rajnaitik Sahbhagita mein social
media ki bhumika: ek Alochnatmak 83. Mr. Anand Prakash Bhele, Dr. Ambedkar
adhyayan’, ` 4,00,000/-. College of Social Work, Wardha,
Maharashtra, ‘A Study of Social and
77. Dr. S P Mathur, Ch. Jeevan Singh Poliltical Empowerment of Dalit's
Memorial Mahavidhyala, Uttar Pradesh, Through Local Self Governance with
Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Janjatiye Special Reference to Eastern Vidharbha
shetro mein Mahatma Gandhi Gramin of Maharashtra’, ` 3,20,000/-.
Rozgar Garranty Yojna ka Kriyanvyan’,
` 5,60,000/-. 84. Dr. Manish Kumar, Swami Shraddhanand
College, University of Delhi, Alipur,
78. Dr. Ishani Naskar, Centre for Studies Delhi, ‘Mapping Electoral Behaviour
in International Relations and in Reserved Constituencies: A
Development (CSIRD), Kolkata, West Study of Bihar Assembly Elections’,
Bengal, ‘Mausam: Revitalizing India's ` 5,60,000/-.
cultural engagement with south-east
asia’, ` 3,20,000/-. 85. Dr. Hemlata Gautam, Chaudhary Bharat
Singh D.A.V. Degree College, Jhabrera
79. Dr. Seema Malik, Utkal University, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, ‘Digital India
Bhubneshwar, Odisha, ‘Land aur Sushasan: ek Vishleshnatmak
Alienation and threats to livelihoods: Adhyayan’, ` 4,00,000/-.
Understanding rural poverty in India’,
` 4,00,000/-. 86. Dr. Rambir Singh, Shri Ragunath
Singh Mahvidhyalaya, Agra, Uttar
80. Dr. Kuldeep, Bhawani Degree College, Pradesh, ‘Bhumi Adhigrahan bill aur

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kisaan: ek Samajik avam aarthik Maharashtra, ‘A Study of atrocities
avlokan’, ` 4,00,000/-. against Scheduled Caste & Scheduled
Tribes in Maharashtra’, ` 3,20,000/-.
87. Dr. Monika, I.N.M. (P.G) College,
Meerut, C.C.S University, Meerut, Uttar 94. Dr. M.D. Allen Selva Kumar, University
Pradesh, ‘Denotified Nomadic and Semi of Madras, Chennai, Tamil Nadu,
Nomadic Tribes: The Challenge of free ‘Traditional Practices of Child Protection
and equal citizenship: An Analytical in Tribal Community: A Criminological
Study’, ` 4,00,000/-. Approach in the Nilgiris District of
Tamil Nadu’, ` 4,00,000/-.
88. Dr. Lokesh Kumar Chandel, University
of Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Bharat 95. Dr. Vimal Kumar, Ch. Jeevan Singh
mein Gair Congressvaad, Dr. Lohiya ki Memorial Mahavidhyalaya, Aligarh,
bhumika: ek Adhyayan’, ` 3,00,000/-. Uttar Pradesh, ‘Crime in Rural
Environment and Role of Police (in
89. Dr. Premlata, Lajpat Rai College, Special Reference of Uttar Pradesh)’,
Sahibabad, Ghaziabad,Uttar Pradesh, ` 4,00,000/-.
‘Legal Awareness among women in
Western Uttar Pradesh -An Analytical 96. Dr. Amal Mandal, Tufanganj College,
Study’, ` 4,00,000/-. West Bengal, ‘Employment Gurantee
and Governance Gaffe: Appraisal of
90. Dr. Ashok Kumar Gautam, Shri K.L. the Creaks and Course of MGNREGA’,
Shastri Girls Degree College, Agra, ` 6,40,000/-.
Uttar Pradesh, ‘Sampradayik Samasaya
se sulagta Bharat aur Social Media: 97. Dr. Pitam Singh, Motilal Nehru National
ek Vishleshnatmak Adhyayan’, ` Institute of Technology, Allahabad,
4,00,000/-. Uttar Pradesh, ‘Social Priority Based
Urban Road Transport System using
91. Dr. Seema Mathur, Maharaja Agrasen GID and DEA: Performance Assessment
College, University of Delhi, Delhi, and Designing for Major Cities of Uttar
‘Political Participation of Dalit Women Pradesh (India)’, ` 6,40,000/-.
Elected Representatives (DWERs) in
Local Governance: A Selected Study in 98. Dr. Omveer Singh, Gayatri
India’, ` 3,20,000/-. Mahavidyalaya, Agra, Uttar Pradesh
‘Kisano mein Badti Atmahatya ki
92. Dr. S. Ram Doss, University of Madras, Samasya: ek Manovegyanik evam
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, ‘Probation-Is it Samajik Adhyayan’, ` 5,60,000/-.
a Viable Alternative to Imprisonment
in India? An Empirical Study on the 99. Dr. Rajiv Kumar, Meerut College,
Impact of Probationery System among Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Diversification
the Pronationers and Probation Officers in Agricultural through Farmer Drive
in Tamil Nadu’, ` 6,40,000/-. Experimental-An analytical study of
Uttar Pradesh’, ` 6,40,000/-.
93. Dr. Wagh Sandesh Madhvarao,
University of Mumbai, Mumbai, 100. Dr. Balkrishna Champat Vaidya,

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Organization and Disarmament School Vyavhaar va samajik jeevan per social


of International Studies, Jawaharlal media ka prabhav: ek Vishlesanatmak
Nehru University, New Delhi, adhyayan’, ` 10,00,000/-.
‘Development of Eco-Tourism Strategy
107. Dr. D Rajshekhar, AMET University,
and Tourist Information System (TIS)
Kanathur, Chennai, ‘Women on Board of
in Raigod District Using RS and GIS
Directors and their Impact on Corporate
Techniques’, ` 10,00,000/-.
Social Responsibility’, ` 10,00,000/-
101.
Dr. Asha Meshram, Gayatri 108. Prof. D. Chennappa,Osmania University,
Mahavidyala, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Jal Hyderabad, ‘Analysing the Public
Pradushan evam swasthay sambandhi Health Policy of India and Adoptability
samasyaein: ek badi Chunauti’, of the Obama Health Care Policy in
` 5,60,000/-. India’, ` 9,50,000/-.
102. Dr. Santoshi Halder, Universtiy of 109. Dr. Bishnu Charan Nag, Motilal Nehru
Calcutta, Kolkata, West Bengal, College, University of Delhi, ‘A Study
‘Exploring the probable prenatal, on Imlementation of Reservation in
perinatal and postnatal Maternal Risk Public and Private Sectors: Challenges
Factors for Autism Spectrum Disorder’, and Prospects’, ` 8,50,000/-.
` 10,00,000/-.
110. Dr. Yogita Rawte, Rani Durgavati
103. Dr. Keshao Shankar Patil, Tirpude University, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh,
College of Social Work, Nagpur, ‘Gramin Kshetron mein nivasrat dalit
Maharashtra, ‘Socio-Cultural, Ecological varg ke utthaan hetu shaasan dwara
and Epidermiological Status of Malaria sanchalit kalyankari yojanaon ki
Affected Tribal in Gadchiroli District of bhumika (madhya pradesh rajya ke
Maharashtra State’, ` 10,00,000/-. Jabalpur ke vishesh sandarbh mein’,
` 8,00,000/-.
104. Dr. T. Deivasigamani, Annamalai
111. Dr. K. Suriyan, Bharathidasan University,
University, Tamil Nadu, ‘Atrocities
Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, ‘A Study
on Women as Expounded in Dalit
on Dalit Exclusion in Tamil Nadu’,
Literature of Tamil Nadu and
` 6,40,000/-.
Puducherry’, ` 4,80,000/-.
112. Dr. Virendra B. Shahare, Jamia Millia
105. Dr. Pawan Kumar, Shaheed Bhagat Islamia, Delhi, ‘Governance, Growth,
Singh Girls Degree College, Sardhna, Access and Equity: A Study on School
Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Media: Education of Scheduled Caste Children
ek Chunautipurn Bhumika mein’, in Rajasthan’, ` 9,00, 000/-.
` 10,00,000/-.
113. Dr. Rajesh Kumar, Kurukshetra
106. Dr. Shipra Singh, Chaudhary Bharat University, Haryana, ‘Welfare policies,
Singh D.A.V. Degree College, Jhabrera programmes and schemes for scheduled
Haridwar, Uttrakhand, ‘Chatron ke castes in Haryana: A Study’,`10,00,000/-.

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114. Dr. Anil P. Dongre, North Maharashtra, 5. Dr. Soma Singh Munda, Jharkhand
University, Jalgaon, Maharashtra, Tribal Research Institute Morhabadi,
‘Gender Empowerment Measures: A Ranchi, Jharkhand, ‘The Existing
Study of Jalgaon District’, ` 9,00,000/-. Status of Child Labour in the mica-belt
of Koderma-Giridih of Jharkhand &
115. Dr. Kameshwar Prasad, Nava Nalanda Nawada of Bihar: Challenges & Way
Mahavihara, Nalanda, Ministry of forward in the context of Millennium
Culture, Bihar, ‘Bharat ke sarvangin Development Goals (MDGs)’,
vikas mein dalito ka yogdan’, ` 7,20,000/-.
` 10,00,000/-.
6. Dr. Sunil Kalai, Dept. of Journalism
Category: Schedule Tribes (ST) and Mass Communication, Tripura
University, Agartala, Tripura, ‘A
1. Dr. Nidheesh K. B., Dept. of Commerce,
Study on Socio-economic issues and
Pondicherry University, Puducherry,
challenges of the Kalai tribe in Tripura’,
‘A Comparative Analysis of the Socio-
` 8,00,000/-.
Economic Contributions of Public and
Private Party Sponsored SEZ in India’, 7. Dr. Gomo Karbak, Donyi-Polo
` 4,80,000/-. Government College, Kamki West Siang
District, Arunachal Pradesh, ‘Tribe in
2. Dr. Abhilash T, Centre for the Study Transition: A Study of memba Tribe of
of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Arunachal Pradesh’, ` 5,60,000/-.
Policy, Pune, Maharashtra, ‘Socio-
Economic Inclusion of Particularly 8. Dr. Arvind Shah Barkade, Shri Shri L.N.
Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTGs) in Govt. Pench Valley College, Parasla,
Kerala: A Case Study of Kattunayakan, District, Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh,
Cholanaikayan, Kurumbas, Kadar and ‘Bega tribal's cost of economic
Koraga Communities’, ` 8,00,000/-. development role of the government-
run welfare schemes’, ` 4,80,000/-.
3. Dr. Keshab Basumatary, Dept. of
Economics, Bodoland University, 9. Dr. Nister Kujur, Pt. Ravishankar
Kokrajhar, West Bengal, ‘Human Shukla University, Raipur, Chattisgarh,
Development and Deprivation in ‘Vikas Pariyojna aur janjaati visthapan
BTAD’, ` 6,00,000/-. punarvaas: ek samaj Vaigyanik ke
Adhyayan’, ` 5,60,000/-.
4. Dr. Prabhuling Tevari, Agricultural
Research Station, Adoni Road, 10. Dr. Prashant Vishnu Sonwane, Dept. of
Siruguppa, Karnataka, ‘Climate Change Sociology, School of Social Science,
Induced Cropping Pattern and its Impact North Mahrashtra University, Jalgaon,
on Migration of Socially Backward Mahrashtra, ‘Tribal Elderly Women and
Class Farmers of Hyderabad Karnataka their Health- A Sociological Study (with
Region - An Economic Evaluation’, special reference to Nandurbar and
` 10,00,000/-. Jalgaon District)’, ` 8,00,000/-.

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11. Dr. Poonam Singh Kharwar, Faculty of Kohlapur, Mahrashtra, ‘Development


Education, Banaras Hindu University, of ICT Teaching Skill Programme in
Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Study of Mathematics in Teacher Education’,
general health, education and socio- ` 6,00,000/-.
economic status of scheduled tribes in
eastern UP’, ` 10,00,000/-. 18. Dr. Sunil Kumar Kumeti, School of
Studies in Economics, Pt. Ravishankar
12. Dr. Kamei Beeju, Indira Gandhi Shukla University, Raipur, Chhatisgarh,
National Tribal University, Regional ‘Raipur nagar nigam dwara parivaron
Campus, Manipur (Adimjati Complex), ko moolbhut sevaon ki uplabdhata ka
Chingmeirong - Imphal, Manipur, aarthik Adhyayan’, ` 2,50,000/-.
‘Women Street Vendors and Livelihood
Implications among the Zeliangrong 19. Dr. Kh. Ringsuachong Aimol, Dept.
Nagas in Manipur’, ` 10,00,000/-. of Human Development and Family
Studies, College of Home Science,
13. Prof. Nenivath T.K. Naik, Dean of Central Agricultural University, Tura,
Examinations (PG & UG), Rayalaseema Meghalaya, ‘Assessing the Effectiveness
University, Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh, of Non formal Pre-school Education
‘Impact of self help groups on women Provided at Anganwadi Centres of ICDS
empowerment in Andhra Pradesh’, in Meghalaya-An Evaluation Study’,
` 4,00,000/-. ` 6,80,000/-.

14. Dr. Nagaraja S, Dept. of Studies 20. Dr. Khuollien Gangte, RK Sanatombi
and Research in Sociology, Tumkur Devi College of Education, Imphal,
University, Karnataka, ‘Status of Tribal Manipur, ‘Role of Modern Education
Women in Panchayat Raj: Institutions on the Discriminative Impacts of AIDS
with Special reference to Tumkur and HIV Infected Persons in Manipur’,
District of Karanataka A Sociological ` 5,60,000/-.
Analysis’, ` 4,80,000/-.
21. Dr. Rimai Joy, North East Tribal
15. Dr. Satya Narayan Munda, Dharti Research Centre (NETRC) Ardent
Foundation, Rohini, New Delhi, ‘Status Foundation, West Ukhrul District,
of Right to Education (RTE) Act-2009 in Manipur, ‘Detail Study on Access,
Tribal Dominated Areas of BIMAROU Equity and Quality of Basic Primary
States’, ` 10,00,000/-. Education among the Tribal Population
of Manipur, North East India’,
16. Dr. Ram Narain Meena, 9, Mahveer ` 5,60,000/-.
Nagar, Badh Karolan, Jaipur, Rajasthan,
‘State and private schools of the 22. Dr. Sanjay Kumar, Department of
comparative efficiency of elementary Defence Studies, Meerut, College,
education’, ` 8,00,000/-. Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Strategic
Implications of North-East Region and
17. Dr. Naik Tarsing Bhoga, Shree Maharani India Look East Policy: An Anaytical
Tarabai Govt. College of Education, Study’, ` 4,80,000/-.

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23. Dr. Deepak Santoshrao Magarde, 29. Dr. K.C. Lalmalsawmzauva, Department
C/o Prof. Ganesh Gadekar, Dr. of Geography, Mizoram University,
Panjabrao Deshmukh Colony, Wardha, Aizawl, Mizoram, ‘Developmental
Maharashtra, ‘A Study of Contribution Factors Influencing Health Seeeking
of Women in Rural Development Behaviour in Mizoram’, ` 10,00,000/-.
through Panchayati Raj with Special
Reference to Wardha District of 30. Dr. Tage Habung, Government
Maharashtra State’, ` 4,00,000/-, College, Doimukh, Arunachal Pradesh,
‘Socio-Cultural History of Dzongs of
24. Dr. Hanumanthappa, PG Dept. of the Monpas of Arunachal Pradesh’,
Political Science, School of Social ` 8,00,000/-.
Sciences, Rani Channamma University,
Belagavi, Karnataka, ‘E-Governance in 31. Dr. Santu Ram Kashyap, S.O.S in Library
Rural India (A case Study of Nammadi & Information Science, Pt. Ravishankar
Atalji Jansnehi Kendra of Karnataka)’, Shukla University, Raipur, Chhattisgarh,
` 4,80,000/-. ‘Mahavidyalaya kala, samajik vigyan
and vigyan ke vidhyarthiyon dwara
25. Dr. Nakal Singh Naure, Government electronic sansadhno ka upyog: ek
Higher Seccondary School, Dhanegaon, tulnatmak Adhyayan’, ` 1,50,000/-.
Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh,
‘Changing Face and Proceeding of Lok 32. Dr. R.K. Ngurtinkhuma, Dept. of
Sabha (Comparative Study of 7th & Library & Information Science,
15th Lok Sabha)’, ` 10,00,000/-. Mizoram University, Aizawl, Mizoram,
‘Documentation of Mizo Literature
26. Dr. Tsetan Namgyal, School of during 1991-2015: Subject-Wise
International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru entry by Harvard Style with Abstract’,
University, New Delhi, ‘Buddhism ` 4,00,000/-.
as a key pardigm in India and Tibet
Relations: Understanding the Dimension 33. Dr. Jitendra Kumar, Govt. Arts and
of Indo-Tibetan Studies’, ` 4,80,000/-. Commerce College, Jadar, Gujarat,
‘Marriage Songs of Dungri Garasia
27. Dr. Babita Devi, Dept. of Law, Panjab Tribal Society in Sabarkantha District of
University, Chandigarh, Punjab, ‘Sexual Gujarat State’, ` 2,00,000/-.
Harassment of women at workplace
with special reference to Educational 34. Dr. V. Ramakoti, Dept. of Hindi,
Institutions in Chandigarh’, ` 3,50,000/-. Abhyudaya Oriental College, Jiyaguda,
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh,
28. Dr. Sujata Deori, Department of ‘Exploration of language, Litrature and
Geography, North Gauhati College, Culture of Indian Banjaras (Bharatiya
Assam, ‘An Assessment of Eri Silk Banjaron ki Bhasha-Sahitya evam
(samia cynthia ricini) production and Sanskriti ka Anveshan)’, ` 5,60,000/-.
its impact on Community livelihood
in Brahmaputra valley of Assam’, 35. Dr. Brajendra Singh Meena, Division
` 10,00,000/-. of Dairy Extension, National Dairy

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Research Institute, Karnal, Haryana, Organization (VDSSO), Anantapur,


‘Social Perspective of Degrarianization Andhra Pradesh, ‘A Study on Impact
and its Effect on Livelihood Security of MGNREGA on Socio-Economic
of Farming Community in Punjab’, Development of Marginalised Social
` 10,00,000/-. Groups in Rayalaseema Region of
Andhra Pradesh’, ` 10,00,000/-.
36. Dr. Ranjit Kaman, Dept. of History,
Chaiduar College, Sonitpur, Assam, 42. Dr. Venkatesh, Department of
‘Economic and social issues confronting Social Exclusion Studies, School of
the marginalized social group of Interdisciplinary Studies, The English
Assam: A Study on the Mising Tribe of and Foreign Languages University,
Brahmaputra Valley’, ` 8,00,000/-. Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘Right to
Development and Scheduled Tribe Sub-
37. Dr. Zokaitluangi, Dept. of Psychology, Plan: The Case of Telangana State’,
Mizoram University, Aizawl, ` 10,00,000/-.
Mizoram, ‘The root cause of rape:
A psychological study in Mizoram’, 43. Dr. Yashaswini B, Dept. of Social
` 10,00,000/-. Work, Mangalore University,
Mangalgangothri, Karnataka, ‘A
38. Dr. Sivasankar V, PG & Research Dept.
study to assess the socio-cultural and
of Economics, Muthurangam Govt Arts
political dimensions and the underlying
College, Vellore, Tamil Nadu, ‘A case
vulnerability, discrimination and social
study of tannery effluent and its impact
exclusion of transgender in Karnataka’,
on agrarian communities in Vellore
` 10,00,000/-.
district of Tamil Nadu’, ` 10,00,000/-.
44. Dr. G.S. Venumadhava, Co-ordinator
39. Dr. N. Maruti Rao, PG Dept.
I/C, Dept. of Studies in Criminology and
of Business Administration, Rani
Forensic Science, Karnatak University,
Channamma University, Belagavi,
Dharwad, Karnataka, ‘Masculinity &
Karnataka, ‘Social Inclusion of
violence against women in marriage:
Karnataka's higher education -
An exploratory study in Karnataka’,
Measuring degree of access and
` 10,00,000/-.
equity’, ` 10,00,000/-.

40. Dr. Nabor Soreng, National Institute


Research Projects Sanctioned
of Social Work and Social Sciences, (Sponsored)
Bhubneshwar, Odisha, ‘A study on Category: General
bartan system (jajamani system) and
striving for social dignity: Special 1. Prof. Srijit Mishra, Director, NKC Centre
reference to the barbers and washer for Development Studies, Bhubneshwar,
men in Odisha’, ` 10,00,000/-. Odisha, ‘Analysing poverty change in
India: Decomposition, inclusiveness
41. Dr. M. Parusuram Naik, Village and multidimensional nutritional
Development Social Service deprivation’, ` 15,00,000/-.

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2. Dr. Amrita Datta, Associate Fellow, and Administration (NUEPA), 17-
Institute for Human Development, B, Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi,
NIDM Building, 3rd Floor, IIPA ‘State Policies in Higher Education:
Campus, Indraprastha Estate, New Delhi, Policy Evolution on Critical Aspects’,
‘Poverty, Migration and development in ` 25,00,000/-.
rural Bihar 1981-2015’, ` 18,00,000/-.
8. Prof. Sudha Pai, Indian Institute of
3. Dr. Smita Sirohi, Principal Scientist Dalit Studies, New Delhi, ‘Caste and
(Agri. Economics), Division of Dairy religion-based discrimination in
Economics, Statistics and Management, India's business economy: A study of
National Dairy Research Institute, UP and Bihar’, ` 30,00,000/-.
Karnal, Haryana, ‘Risk and vulnerability
analysis of rural farm households in 9. Dr. Kailash Chandra Biswal, North-
drought prone and coastal regions of Eastern Hill University, Dept. of
India’, ` 25,00,000/-. Management, Tura Campus, Tura,
Meghalaya, ‘An evaluation of micro
4. Prof. M. Sultan Bhat, Director, finance scheme in Garo hills of
Department of Geography & Regional Meghalaya (A study on select self-
Development, University of Kashmir, help groups in three districts of Garo
Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir, ‘Dynamics Hills)’,` 15,00,000/-.
of Cropping Pattern and its Implications
on Food Security of Jammu & 10. Dr. Arnab Das, Department of
Kashmir: A Spatio-Temporal Analysis’, Anthropology, University of Calcutta,
` 25,00,000/-. 35, Ballygunge Circular Road, Kolkata,
‘The Structures and Agencies in the
5. Prof. N.R. Bhanumurthy, National Life of Certain Marginalised Tribes of
Institute of Public Finance and Policy West Bengal, Jharkhand and Odisha:
(NIPFP), 18/2, Satsang Vihar Marg, An Interdisciplinary and Participatory
Special Institutional Area, New Delhi, Action Research with Focus on Social,
‘Financial globalisation and economic Economic and Development Issues’,
growth: An empirical investigation for ` 15,00,000/-.
south Asia’, ` 20,00,000/-
11. Prof. GP Thakur, Honorary Director,
6. Prof. R.K. Mishra, Institute of Public Centre for Advance Research on
Enterprise, Osmania University Development and Change (CARDC,)
Campus, Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘Study 62 Qutab View Apartment, Shaheed
on Corporate Social Responsibility in Jeet Singh Marg; New Delhi, ‘Social
Hazardous Sector (With Reference to Psychology of marginalization and
Mining, Oil and Gas Sector in India)’, exclusion: A Study of Dom and Mushar
` 25,00,000/-. Community in Bihar’, ` 15,00,000/-.

7. Dr. A. Mathew, Fellow, National 12. Dr. Anindya Sekar Purakayastha,


University of Educational Planning Kazi Nazrul University, Nazrul Road,

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Asansol, West Bengal, ‘New Social 18. Dr. RP Pradhan, Dept. of Humanities &
Movements, Media & Civil Society Social Sciences, BITS Pilani, KK Birla
in Contemporary India: Paradigm Goa, Campus, Zuarinagar, Goa, ‘Agenda
Shifts in Public Protest and Political 2020: India’s maritime infrastructure,
Mobilisation’, ` 21,00,000/-. governance and naval diplomacy’,
` 15,00,000/-.
13. Dr. M.P. Ram Mohan, TERI University,
10 Institutional Area, Vasant Kunj, 19. Dr. Aseem Prakash, Chairperson,
New Delhi, ‘Impact analysis of the School of Public Policy & Governance,
Arunachal Pradesh Panchayati Raj Act,
Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Roda
1997 on traditional institutions in the
Mistry College of Social Work Campus,
state: A case study of two districts
Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘Muslim as
of Papum Pare and East Kemang’,
` 15,00,000/-. owners of capital in urban India: A
continuum of inclusion and exclusion’,
14. Prof. Manish K Jha, Dean, School ` 20,00,000/-.
of Social Work, Tata Institute of
Social Sciences, Deonar, Mumbai, 20. Dr. Sudha Narayanan, Indira Gandhi
‘Experience, aspirations and struggles: Institute of Development Research
A Study of new middle class in four (IGIDR), Mumbai, Maharashtra, ‘Small
Indian cities’, ` 25,00,000/-. Holders in Peri-urban Agriculture: To
What Extent Do Inclusion Modern
15. Dr. Ajay Gudavarthy, Centre for Supply Chains Aid their Survival’,
Political Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru ` 28,00,000/-.
University, New Delhi, ‘Democracy
and post-civil society in global 21. Prof. Nripendra Kishore Mishra, Dept. of
politics’, ` 27,00,000/-. Economics, Banaras Hindu University,
Varanasi & Prof. Nisha Srivastava,
16. Dr. Santishree Dhulipudi Pandit,
Allahabad Universtiy, Allahabad, Uttar
Savitribai Phule Pune University,
Ganeshkhind, Pune, Maharashtra, Pradesh, ‘Rural Transformation and
‘Connectivity and Asian Architecture of Changes in Living in not so Dynamic
Power: India’s Look East Policy (LEP) States of India’, ` 20,00,000/-.
to Look East and Act Policy (LEAP)
22. Dr. Asif Hussain, Govt. P.G. College,
with Special Reference to Mayanmar
and Thailand’ ,` 21,00,000/-. Banswara Road, Pratapgarh, Rajasthan,
‘Archaeological and Historical survey
17. Dr. Gyan Ranjan Panda, Dept. of of South East Rajasthan (with special
Public Policy, Law and Governance, reference to Chittorgarh and Pratapgarh
Central University of Rajasthan, Ajmer, District’,) ` 15,00,000/-.
Rajasthan, ‘The Comparative Study
of International Political Economy 23. Prof. Manoj Kumar, Director, MGFG
Perspectives of Financing the Clean Centre for Social Work, Mahatma Gandhi
Energy Sector in Select Countries (India, Antarashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya,
China and Brazil)’, ` 20,00,000/-. Wardha, Gandhi Hills, Maharashtra,

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‘Nation vs Narratives: Nationalism in 30. Dr. Chaiti Sharma Biswas, Associate
21st Century (in Special Context of Scientist, Economic Research Unit,
Cultural Nationalism’, ` 18,00,000/-. Indian Statistical Institute, 203, BT
Road, Kolkata, West Bengal, ‘Gender
24. Dr. S Anandhi, Madras Institute violence in India: Its roots, nature and
of Development Studies, Chennai, extent’, ` 18,00,000/-.
Tamil Nadu, ‘Exhuming humanist
alternatives: Re-entering craft in 31. Dr. Bimal Kishore Sahoo, Indian
education and beyond’, ` 20,00,000/-. Institute of Technology Kharagpur,
Khargapur, West Bengal, ‘Non-
25. Dr. Anuradha Bhattacharjee, Inclusive
agricultural employment in Odisha:
Media for Change, Centre for Study
trends, patterns and determinants’,
of Developing Societies (CSDS), 29
` 18,00,000/-.
Rajpur Road, Delhi,‘Exploring a design
structure for a media regulator for 32. Dr. Dipika Basu, Department of
India: Drawing from the EU and UK Economics, West Bengal State University,
bodies’, ` 20,00,000/-. Barasat,Kolkata,WestBengal, ‘Problems
and Prospects of Production and
26. Dr. Nutankumar S. Thingujam,
Department of Psychology, Sikkim Marketing of Vegetables, Fruits and
University, Tadong, Sikkim, ‘Emotion Flowers in West Bengal: Context of
Regulation in North East Indian Young Agrarian Distress’, ` 18,00,000/-.
Adults’, ` 20,00,000/-. 33. Dr. Arun Kumar Misra, Vinod Gupta
27. Dr. Amruta S Oke, Modern College of School of Management, Indian Institute
Arts, Science and Commerce, Shivaji of Technology, Kharagpur, West Bengal,
Nagar, Pune, ‘Emotional Intelligence ‘Globalization and Competition:
among Adolescents: Tool Development A Cluster Approach for Enhancing
and Enhancement through Training and Competitive Advantage for Small and
Study of Correlates’, ` 17,00,000/- Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) in
India’, ` 16,00,000/-.
28. Dr. Kanchan Mathur, Institute of
Development Studies, 8B Jhalana 34. Dr. P. Saravanan, Associate Prof. of
Institutional Area, Jaipur, Rajasthan, Finance and Accounting, RGIIM Shillong,
‘Labelling Women as Witches: Shillong, Meghayala, ‘Effectiveness of
A Multi State Study of Impact of independent directors in the board of
Policy Intervention and Strategies’, directors - An empirical investigation
` 20,00,000/-. of Indian Firms’, ` 18,00,000/-.

29. Dr. Mala Mukherjee, Indian Institute 35. Dr. Pradeep S. Chauhan, Department
of Dalit Studies, D-II/1, Road No 4, of Economics, Kurukshetra University,
Andrews Ganj, New Delhi, ‘North East Kurukshetra, Haryana, ‘The Multi-
Women in Delhi: Discrimination and Dimensional Analysis of Social
vulnerabilities’, ` 25,00,000/-. Exclusion in Haryana’, ` 15,00,000/-.

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36. Dr. Ajay Kumar Naik, Indian Institute 42. Dr. Suresh R, Department of Political
of Dalit Studies, D-II/1, Road No 4, Science, University of Kerala,
Andrews Ganj, New Delhi, ‘Religion Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, ‘The
based discrimination in the urban Coastal Security of India: A Study on
market economy’, ` 20,00,000/-. the Role of Coastal Community, Kerala’,
` 15,00,000/-.
37. Prof. S. Madheswaran, Centre for
Economic Studies and Policy, Institute 43. Dr. Kala Seetharam Sridhar, Centre for
for Social and Economic Change, Research in Urban Affairs (CRUA),
Nagarbhavi, Bengaluru, ‘Deciphering Institute for Social and Economic
Caste Discrimination in the Indian Change, Dr. VKRV Rao Road,
Urban Labour Market: Estimating Wage Nagarabhavi, Bengaluru, Karnataka,
and Employment Discrimination’, ‘Will Bengaluru Become Smart or
` 17,00,000/-. Liveable?’ ` 15,00,000/-.

38. Dr. Devaki Nambiar, Research Scientist, 44. Dr. Santadas Ghosh, Dept. of
Public Health Foundation of India, Economics & Politics, Vishva-Bharati
Gurgaon Institutional Area, Delhi, ‘The University, Santiniketan, West Bengal,
Health of the Marginalised in Urban ‘Developmental interventions, rural
India: Comparing Perspectives of transformation and environmental
Vulnerable Groups and Health System sustainability:A study on Sundarban in
Actors’, ` 25,00,000/-. India’, ` 18,00,000/-.

39. Prof. Srikrishna Deva Rao, Vice- 45. Dr. Rajashri Barvekar, Department of
Chancellor, National Law University, English, Shivaji University, Kolhapur,
Kathajodi Campus, Cuttack, Odisha, Maharashtra, ‘Culture Practices, the
‘Exploring Changing Dynamics Folklore and Dialects of Generic
of Children's Law in India in Post Trading Communities and Balutedars of
Liberalization Era’, ` 15,00,000/-. Kolhapur District: An Analytical Study’,
` 15,00,000/-.
40. Dr. M. Manjula, Department of Clinical
Psychology, NIMHANS, Bengaluru, 46. Dr. N Nandagopal, PSG Institute
‘Family Relationships, Marriage of Management, PSG College of
Related Beliefs and Expectations and Technology, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu,
its Association with Mental Health in ‘Social Media, Ethics and Regulations
New Indian Middle Class: A Trans- in the Indian Context: A Multiple
generational Approach’, ` 20,00,000/-. Stakeholder Study’, ` 15,00,000/-.

41. Dr. Punit Gaur, Centre for Research 47. Dr. Catherine Bernard, Director, Service
in Rural and Industrial Development and Research Institute on Family and
(CRRID), Chandigarh, Punjab, ‘Central Children (SERFAC), Varadarajapuram,
Asia between Many Silk Roads: Indian Chennai, Tamil Nadu, ‘A study on
Policy at the Crossroads’, ` 15,00,000/-. the prevalence of violence against

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children in families in south India: A 53. Dr. Sreenivasulu Yamanapalli, Centre
multi-centre study’, ` 20,00,000/-. for Economic and Social Studies
(CESS), Nizamiah Observatory
48. Dr. Nandini Ghosh, Institute of
Campus, Begumpet, Hyderabad,
Development Studies, Salt Lake
‘Agrarian Crisis and Emergence of
Sector-I, Kolkata, West Bengal, ‘Re-
conceptualising Domestic Violence: Non-cultivating Peasant Households in
Shifting Discourse within the Women's Agrarian Structure: A Study in Andhra
Movement in India’, ` 20,00,000/-. Pradesh and Telangana’, ` 20,00,000/-.

49. Dr. Nripendra Modi, Dept. of 54. Dr. G. Jayachandran, Department


Development & Peace Studies, of Mathematical Economics, School
Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi of Economics, Madurai Kamaraj
Vishwavidyalaya, Gandhi Hills, Wardha, University, Madurai, Tamil Nadu,
Maharashtra, ‘Impact of the Policy ‘Evaluation of the Performance of FDI
of Liberalization, Privatisation and Receiving Companies in Tamil Nadu’,
Globalization on Domestic Violence: ` 15,00,000/-.
Focus on the Migrant Families from
Bihar to Delhi, Noida and Gurgaon’, 55. Prof. N Samuyelu, Acharya Nagarjuna
` 20,00,000/-. University, Nagarjuna Nagar, Guntur,
Andhra Pradesh, ‘Educational practices
50. Dr. Bhim Reddy, Institute for Human
of government and private schools
Development, NIDM Building, 3rd
in imparting quality education to
Floor, IIPA Campus, Indraprastha
Estate, New Delhi, ‘Caste in Urban children - A study of Andhra Pradesh’,
India: Manifestation and inequalities’, ` 15,00,000/-.
` 20,00,000/-.
56. Dr. Jainendra Kumar Verma, Centre
Category: Scheduled Caste (SC) for Economic Studies, School of
Social Sciences, Central University of
51. Dr. Madhushree Sekher, Centre for Punjab, Bathinda, Punjab, ‘A study on
Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive women entrepreneurship in agro-based
Policy, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, industries in Punjab: Challenges and
Deonar, Mumbai, Maharashtra, opportunities’, ` 15,00,000/-.
‘Poverty, Inequality and Social Policies
in India: Tracing Pattern in Indian 57. Mr. Pradeep Ramavath, Centre for the
Welfare System’, ` 18,00,000/-. Study of Social Exclusion & Inclusive
52. Dr. Thiagu Ranganathan, Institute of Policy, National Law School of India
Economic Growth, University Enclave, University, Bengaluru, Karnataka,
University of Delhi (North Campus), ‘Searching rationale of scheduled
New Delhi, ‘Knowledge, perceptions caste sub-plan (SCSP) and tribal
and usage of pesticides: Study among sub-plan (TSP) fund allocation and its
cotton farmers in Andhra Pradesh and effectiveness for five southern states’,
Maharashtra’, ` 15,00,000/-. ` 20,00,000/-.

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58. Prof. K.S. Challam, Chairman, A Study of Indian Universities’,


Institute of Economic and Social ` 20,00,000/-.
Justice,Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh,
‘Marginalisation, Economic Deprivation 64. Dr. Roshan Lal, Dept. of Psychology,
Panjab University, Chandigarh,
and Social Exclusion of Marine Fishing
Panjab, ‘Psychological Correlates of
Communities in North Coastal Andhra
Caste Stigma among Dalit Students:
Pradesh: An interdisciplinary study’,
Intervention to Modulate’, ` 15,00,00/-.
` 20,00,000/-.
65. Dr. Jadhav Sidharth Shankarrao, Dept.
59. Dr. S. Sujatha, VIT Business School, of Commerce, Mrs. Kesharbai Sonajirao
VIT University, Vellore, Tamil Nadu, Kshirsagar, Arts, Science & Commerce
‘Crime against Women, Punishment College, Beed, Maharashtra, ‘Socio
Goals and Socio-Economic Welfare of Economic Development of Middle
Victims: Social Order and Moderating Class People in Urban and Rural Area: A
Effect of Public Protest’, ` 16,00,000/-. Study of Scheduled Caste Communities
in Marathwada Region of Maharashtra
60. Dr. Emanual Nahar, Centre for the State’, ` 18,00,000/-.
Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive
Policy, Panjab University, Chandigarh, 66. Mr. Dalip Kumar Katheria, Indian
Punjab, ‘Problems of Religions in India: Institute of Dalit Studies, D II/1, Road
A Comparative Study of Christian No 4, Andrews Ganj, New Delhi, ‘Caste
and Muslims in the State of Punjab’, Discrimination and Social Exclusion
` 18,00,000/-. in Economic Spheres: A Comparative
Reflection from Hindi and Marathi
61. Dr. T. Karunakaran, Dept. of Sociology, Literature’, ` 15,00,000/-.
Periyar University, Salem, Tamil
Nadu, ‘Effect of open defecation - 67. Dr. Sunita Yadavrao Patil, School of
A Sociological Study with Special Educational Sciences, Swami Ramanand
Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded,
Reference to Women, Adolescent
Maharashtra, ‘A Study of Domestic
Girls and Children in Tamil Nadu’,
Violence Against Women in Scheduled
` 15,00,000/-.
Caste and Scheduled Tribe and to
62. Dr. Vulli Dhanaraju, Dept. of History, Examine the Effect of their (Domestic
Assam University (Central University), Violence) Children's Educational
Achievement in Marathwada Region’,
Diphu Campus, Diphu, Assam,
` 16,00,000/-.
‘Ecology, Culture and ‘Hegemony’: A
Study of Forest Resources and Policies Category: Scheduled Tribe (ST)
in ‘Karbi Land (Assam)’, ` 18,00,000/-.
68. Dr. Marcus Barla, Dept. of Economics,
63. Prof. N. Sukumar, Department of St. Xavier's College, Ranchi University,
Political Science, Faculty of Social Ranchi, Jharkhand, ‘Dynamics of
Science, University of Delhi, Delhi, Development, Livelihood and Poverty
‘Education as a Site of Exclusion: in Rural Jharkhand’, ` 16,00,000/-.

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69. Prof. Nani Bath, Dept. of Political 2. Dr. Elangbam Nixon Singh,
Science, Rajiv Gandhi University, Rono Department of Management, School
Hills, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, of EMIS, Mizoram University,
‘Refugee Problems in Arunachal Aizawl, ‘A Financial Study on Women
Pradesh: A Study of Contesting Rights, Entrepreneurship in North East Indian
Claims and Discourses’, ` 18,00,000/-. (With special reference to Mizoram)’.

70. Dr. Veronica Khangchian, Institute for 3. Dr. Firdous Azmat Siddiqui and Dr.
Development and Communication, Bulbul Dhar James, Sarojini Naidu
Sector 38A, Chandigarh, ‘Challenges Center for Women’s Studies, Jamia
of Internal Migration in India: A Case Millia Islamia, New Delhi, ‘Socio-
Study of Migrants from Manipur to the Economic Profiling of Muslim Women
National Capital Region’, ` 17,00,000/-. as an Impact of Migration in Okhla’.

71. Dr. Sanjay Kumar, Department of 4. Dr. K. Senthil Kumar, Department


Defence Studies, Meerut College, of Commerce, Laxminarayana Arts
Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Maritime and Science College for Women,
Security Challenges, Terrorism and Dharmapuri, Tamil Nadu, ‘Rural
Piracy at Sea in the Global Era: An Investors Perception towards Small
Analytical Study’, ` 25,00,000/-. Savings (A study with special reference
to MNREGA Workers in Dharmapuri)’.
72. Dr. Vijay Korra, Centre for Economic
and Social Studies, Nizamian 5. Dr. Suchitra Sharma, Department
Observatory Campus, Begumpet, of Sociology, Government College,
Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘Gulf Migration Durg, Chhattisgarh, ‘Rural Women
and Rural Transformation: A Study of Empowerment and Non-government
Telangana State’, ` 15,00,000/-. Organizations (with special reference to
Durg District)’.
73. Dr. Pathan Mehrunnisa, Dept. of
English, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar 6. Dr. Anupam Sharma, Department of
Marathwada University, Aurangabad, Political Science, Indira Gandhi National
Maharashtra, ‘Digital Feminism: A Tribal University, Amarkantak, Madhya
Study in Sanskrit, English and Urdu Pradesh, ‘Occupational Stress and its
Literature’, ` 15,00,000/-. Management among Police Personnel’.

Final Reports Received 7. Dr. Surendra Singh, Department of


Political Science, Ramlal Anand
(Responsive) College, New Delhi, ‘A Study of
Urban Governance and Socio-
1. Dr. Abhilash T, Gokhale Institute of Political Accountability of Municipal
Politics and Economics, Shivajinagar, Corporation of Delhi’.
Pune, Maharashtra, ‘Socio-Economic
Inclusion of Nomadic Tribes: A Case 8. Dr. R. Ganapathi, Department of
Study of Malapandarm in Kerala’. Commerce, Directorate of Distance

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Education, Alagappa University, Tamil Vidyalaya, Amravati, Maharashtra,


Nadu, ‘Green Purchase Behaviour of ‘Overpower Obstacles in the
Consumers in Tamil Nadu State’. Development of Psycho-Physical
Health, Cognitive Abilities and
9. Dr. John Menachery, Matru Sewa Academic Achievement: A Study of
Sangh Institute of Social Work, Nagpur, Tribal and Non-Tribal Children in
Maharashtra, ‘Awareness of Youths on Melghat Region’,
the Right to Information Act 2005 and
their Opinion on its Impact: A Study of 15. Dr. Rajesh Raj, Centre for
Rural Youth in Umred Tehsil, District Multidisciplinary Development Research,
Nagpur, Maharashtra’. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Nagar, Dharwad,
Maharashtra, ‘What Sectors can be
10. Dr. Mohar Singh, University Commerce Engines of Growth? An Analysis of
College, University of Rajasthan, Manufacturing and Services in India’.
Jawaharlal Nehru Marg, Jaipur,
Rajasthan,‘Socio-Economic Impact of 16. Dr. Chittranjan Senapati, Sarder Patel
Foreign Tourism in India (Problems and Institute of Economic and Social
Prospects)’. Research, Thaltej Road, Ahmedabad
Gujarat, ‘Deprivation and Social
11. Dr. V. Srinvay Rao, Center for the Inclusion in India and Kazakhstan’.
Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusion
Policy, School of Social Sciences, 17. Dr. C.M. Maran, VIT University, Vellore,
University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, Tamil Nadu, ‘Role of Information and
Telangana, ‘Community Participation Communication Technology (ICT)
in Primary Education in Tribal Areas: A in Higher Education: An Empirical
Comparative Study of Andhra Pradesh Study of Engineering and Management
and Kerala’. Institutions of North India’.

12. Dr. Rosina Nasir, Center for the Study of 18. Dr. Sivasankar, Department of
Discrimination and Exclusion (CSDE), Economics, Muthgurangam Government
School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Arts College, Vellore, Tamil Nadu,
Nehru Univeristy, New Delhi, ‘Factors ‘Women Workers in Leather Industry in
Affecting Access Educational and Tamil Nadu’.
Health Institutions by the Religious
Minority (Muslims)’. 19. Prof. Rachita Rana and Prof. Sheela
Bhargava, Institute of Information
13. Prof. R.S. Tomar, Department of Technology and Management, Institutional
Political Science, Mahatma Gandhi Area, New Delhi, ‘Role of Women
Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi, Uttar Entrepreneurs in Socio-economic
Pradesh, ‘Role of the Panchayati Raj in Development in Urban Economy: An
Rural Development’. Empirical Study’.

14. Dr. S.D. Wakode, Department of 20. Dr. Niranjan Roy, Department of
Psychology, Vidya Bharti Maha Economics, Assam University, Silchar,

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Assam, ‘Impact of Field Management on the Emergence of Entrepreneurial
Committees (FMCS) towards Development in Small and Medium
Agriculture Development in the Barak Scale Enterprises in Northern India’.
Valley Region of Assam’.
27. Dr. S. Valli Devesena, Department of
21. Dr. Debadyuti Das, Faculty of Commerce, Mother Teresa Women’s
Management Studies, University of University, Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu,
Delhi, Delhi, ‘An Assessment of the ‘Empowerment of Women in Self Help
Impact of Sustainable Supply Chain Groups through Micro Finanace: A
Management Practices on Overall Study with Reference to Kodaikanal’.
Organizational: An Empirical Study’.
28. Prof. Nirmal Kanti Chakrabarti, School
22. Dr. Sanghamitra Sarkar, Department of of Law, KIIT University, Bhubneshwar,
Political Science, Surendranath College Odisha, ‘People’s Perception of Police-
for Women, Kolkata, West Bengal, Public Relations in the Capitals of the
‘Women Empowerment under the Sixth North Eastern States of India: A Study
Scheduled Areas: A Comparative Study in Perspective of Community Policing’.
of Meghalaya, Tripura’.
29. Dr. Anita Moral, Department of
23. Dr. M.M. Sulphy, TKM Institute Psychology, Shri Varshney College,
of Management, Musaliar Hills, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, ‘A Study of
Kerala, ‘The Relationship between Attitude towards Honor Killing and
Entrepreneurial Orientation and Certain Violence against Women’.
Behavioral Attributes of Professional
College Students in Kerala’. 30. Dr. Shibalal Meher, Nabakrushna
Choudhury Centre for Development
24. Dr. Suman, Department of Sociology, Studies, Bhubneshwar, Odisha, ‘Nexus
RG (PG) College, Meerut, Uttar between Poverty and Degradation of
Pradesh, ‘Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Forest Resources: A Study in Degraded
Shiksha Parishad ki Naveen Pariksha Forest Regions of Odisha’.
Pranali ka Samaj Shastriya Adhyayan’.
31. Dr. Sankhil Shethon, Department of
25. Dr. Manoj P.K., Department of Applied Political Science, United College,
Economics, Cochin University of Thamlakhuren Village, Manipur,
Science and Technology, Kochi, Kerala, ‘Socio-Linguistic Challenges before
‘Sustainable Business Model for the Marginalized in Northeast India; A
Affordable Housing: A Study of the Cost Study in the Context of the Lamkang
Structure and Viability of the Projects of Language of the Lamkang Tribe in
Major Real Estate Players in Kerala’. Chandel District of Manipur’.

26. Dr. Gajendra Singh, School of 32. Dr. Shaik Iftikhar Ahmed, Popular
Management, Doon University, Research Centre, Centre for Research
Dehradun, Uttarakhand, ‘The Influence in Rural and Industrial Development,
of Hofstead Cultural Dimension Model Chandigarh, Punjab, ‘Issues of Minority

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Empowerment: A Study of Muslims of on Production Potential Economics


Punjab and Haryana’. Viability System of Size Mushroom
Units in Himachal Pradesh’.
33. Dr. Onkar Nath Tripathi, School
of Management, KIIT University, 39. Dr. Meenakshi Gandhi, Bharati
Bhubneshwar, Odisha, ‘Impact of Tribal Vidyapeeth University, Institute of
Self Governance of Maternal and Child Management and Research, New Delhi,
Health Seeking Behavior of Koya Tribe ‘A Study of Women Entrepreneurs
in Malkangiri District of Odisha’. in India- Problems, Prospects and
Challenges’.
34. Dr. Manju Mahananda, Department
of Human Development and Family 40. Dr. Rishi Sharma, Sagar Institute of
Studies, Halina School of Home Research & Technology Excellence,
Science, Sam Higgin Bottom Institute Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, ‘Retail
of Agriculture, Technology & Science, Management-Structure and Formats
Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, ‘An with reference to Customer Relationship
Interventional Approach to Improve the Management Practices, An Analytical
Emotional Intelligence of Administrators Study of Organized and Unorganized
Working in Public and Private Sector in Retail Stores in Selected Cities of MP’.
Allahabad’.
41. Dr. Ananta Kumar Jena, Department
35. Dr. Dharmendra Nath, S.B. Deorah of Education, Assam University,
College, Guwahati, Assam, ‘Economic Silchar, Assam, ‘Workshop Innovative
and Environmental Impact of Rubber Instruction, Tree Plantation, Hands on
Plantation in a Non-traditional Area: A Activity, Community Sanitation and
Study of Golpara-Garo Hills Belt in the Using Multimedia are the Efforts of
Northeastern India’. Environmental Sustainability’.

36. Dr. M. Manjula, Department of Clinical 42. Dr. A. Kannan, Department of


Psychology, NIMHANS, Bengaluru, Environmental Economics, Madurai
Karnataka, ‘Suicide Prevention in Youth: Kamraj University, Madurai, Tamil
An Awareness and Stress-Coping Based Nadu, ‘Local Commons and Rural Poor
Programme’. Livelihood Sustenance: A Case Study of
Two Villages in Tamil Nadu’.
37. Dr. A Jayakumar, Department of
MBA, PGP College of Engineering 43. Dr. Niharika Gaan, Management
and Technology, Namakkal, Tamil Development Institute, Murshidabad,
Nadu, ‘Wind Farm, Environment and West-Bengal, ‘Gender Violence:
Employment’. Caste, Ethnic, Religious & Regional
Dimensions’.
38. Dr. S.K. Chauhan, Department of
Agricultural Economics, CSK Himachal 44. Dr. Sarat Kumar Rout, P.G Department
Pradesh Krishi Vishvidyalaya, of Education, Ravenshaw University,
Palampur, Himachal Pradesh, ‘A Study Cuttack, Odisha, ‘A Study of Integration

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of Information and Communication 51. Dr. Bhagaban Behera, Department
Technology into Curriculum of Kedriya of International Relations, Jadavpur
Vidyalayas’. University, Kolkata, West Bengal,
‘Shifting Priorities of India’s Foreign
45. Dr. Ashutosh Biswal, Department of Policy: From Look East to be East’.
Education, The M.S University of
Baroda, Vadodara, Gujarat, ‘A Study 52. Dr. D.K. Mahalik, Department of
of Open Book Examination System for Business Administration, Sambalpur
Secondary School Students in Different University, Odisha, ‘Development of
Teaching Learning Environments’. an Integrated Model for Information
Technology Justification and ROI
46. Dr. Anupama Saxena, Department Calculation in Social Sector’.
of Political Science, Guru Ghasidas
University, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, 53. Dr. Pradip Sawarnakar, ABV Indian
‘Gender Mainstreaming of Information Institute of Information Technology
Communication Technology (ICT) and Management, Gwalior, Madhya
Policies and Programmes in India, a Pradesh, ‘Sociology of Social Network
Comparative Study of Madhya Pradesh Sites: A Social Capital Approach to the
and Chattisgarh’. Study of Young Adults in India’.

47. Dr. Akhil Ranjan Dutta, Department of 54. Mr. Justin P. Jose, Dharmagiri Jeevas
Political Science, Gauhati University, Social Centre, Kerala, ‘An Explanatory
Guwahati, Assam, ‘Implementing Study on Identity Induced Social
National Rural Health Mission in Exclusion of Elderly Persons in Kerala:
Assam: A Study Convergence among Empirical Validation of a Psychological
Institutions Infrastructure and Practices’. Model of Social Exclusion’.

48. Dr. A. Narayanmoorthy, Department 55. Dr. K.A. Joseph, Department of Social
of Economics and Rural Development, Work, Loyola College of Social
Alagappa University, Karaikudi, Tamil Sciences, Trivandrum, Kerela, ‘A Study
Nadu, ‘Economic and Resources Impact for Identifying Specific Knowledge
of System of Rice Intensification (SRI): Base, Skills, Interventions and Best
An Empirical Study of South India’. Practices Applicable to Fifteen Fields of
Social Work Practice in India’.
49. Dr. S. Renuga Devi, Principal,
Navarasam Arts & Science College 56. Dr. Aprajita Biswas, Centre for African
for Women, Arachalur, Tamil Nadu, Studies, University of Mumbai,
‘Design of Logistic Network Model for Mumbai, Maharashtra, ‘External
Transportation: A Study’. Involvement in the Oil- Rich African
Countries: The Case of USA, China and
50. Dr. Shalini Chawla, Senior Fellow, India in the Africa’s Oil Sector’.
Centre for Air Power Studies, New Delhi,
‘United States Studies Withdrawal from 57. Dr. Ashwini Machey, Department of
Afghanistan: Implications for India’. Economics, MDKG College, Dibrugarh,

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Assam, ‘A Study of Fertility Behavior Insights from Indian Folklores and


of the Singpho Tribe of Assam and Folktales’.
Arunachal Pradesh’.
64. Prof. Trilok Narain Mathur, Department
58. Dr. Ashwini Kumar B.J, Department of of Economics, Administration and
Management Studies, Nitte Meenakshi Financial Management, University of
Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘A Study
Karnataka, ‘Impact of Urbanization on of Changing Customer Preferences for
Viability of Primary Agricultural Credit Banks Products’.
Societies Located in Periurban Areas
and Adaptation Strategies’. 65. Dr. S. Ganesan, Department of
Economics, Bharathidasan University,
59. Dr. S. Prabakaran, Department of Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, ‘A Study
Political and Public Administration on Growth and Diversification Patterns
Wing, Annamalai University, Annamalai in Small Scale Processed Spices
Nagar, Tamil Nadu, ‘ICT and Right to Productions Industry in Trichy District,
Information: An Appraisal of ICT’s Tamil Nadu’.
Role in Promoting the RTI Regime for
Good Governance in Tamil Nadu’. 66. Dr. C. Subramaniam, Political Science
Wing- DDE, Annamalai University,
60. Dr. Narayan Chandra Jena, Department Annamalai Nagar, Tamil Nadu,
of Geography, University of Burdwan, ‘Transgender Community in Tamil
West Bengal, ‘Tribal Livelihood Nadu: A Study on Social Behaviour,
and Sustainable Development in Human Rights and Social Status’.
Mayurbhanj, Odisha’.
67. Dr. Ng. Ngalengnam, Department
61. Dr. Shailendra Mohan Thakur, President, of Political Science, Indira Gandhi
Society for Social Harmony, Research National Tribal University, Manipur,
and Management, Delhi,‘Empowerment ‘Immigration: The Socio-Political
of Scheduled Caste Representatives Problems in Manipur’.
through Panchayati Raj Institutions in
Bihar- A Comparative Analysis of Select 68. Dr. C. Thanavathi, V.O.C. College of
Districts’. Education, Tamil Nadu, ‘Effectiveness
of the Use of Social Media in Teacher
62. Dr. J.M. Asgarali Patel, Department Education’.
of Psychology, Annamalai University,
Tamil Nadu, ‘Stalking Victimization 69. Dr. S.K. Banerjee, Netaji Institute for
among Female Students in Indian Asian Studies, Kolkata, West Bengal,
Context’. ‘Socio-Linguistic Study of Aka Tribe of
Arunachal Pradesh’.
63. Dr. Sunita Singh Sengupta, Faculty
of Management Studies, University 70. Dr. Anil Kumar Singh, Principal,
of Delhi, ‘Psychological and Spiritual Department of Economics, Hindu
Implications of Meaning of Work: P.G. College, Ghazipur, Uttar

88
Pradesh, ‘Impact of Liberalization on Forest Governance in the Context of
Development of Agro-Industries: An Forest Rights Act’.
Empirical Study of Ghazipur District in
Eastern Uttar Pradesh’. 77. Dr. Shivkumar Deene, Department of
Commerce and Management, Govt. First
71. Dr. Thiyam Bharat Singh, Centre for Grade College, Chitguppa, Karnataka,
Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusion ‘Asset Liability Management in Banking
Policy, Manipur University, Imphal, Sector: A Select Study’.
Manipur, ‘A Study of the Problems
and Potential of Indo-Myanmar Border 78. Dr. Lalitha Ramakrishnan, Department
Trade’. of Management Studies, Pondicherry
University, Puducherry, ‘A Study of
72. Dr. Dukhabandhu Sahoo, Indian Institute Marketing of Insurance Schemes in
of Technology, Bhubneshwar, Odisha, Rural Areas with reference to Farmers
‘Solid Waste Management in Indian and Special Focus on Women in
Cities: A Case Study of Bhubneshwar Pondicherry Region’.
City’.
79. Dr. Tejaswini Niranjana, Centre for
73. Dr. Renu Dewan, Department of the Study of Culture and Society,
Psychology, Ranchi Women’s College, Bengaluru, Karnataka, ‘The Cultural
Ranchi University, Jharkhand, ‘A Lives of Young Women in Globalising
Socio-Psychological Study on Seasonal India: A Case Study of Bengaluru’.
Migration of Tribal and Non-Tribal 80. Prof. K. Viswanadha Reddy, Department
Labourers in Jharkhand’. of Anthropology, S.V.U. College of
Biological Earth Sciences, Tirupati,
74. Dr. A.S. Raju, Centre for South Asian
Andhra Pradesh, ‘Environmental Impact
Studies, Pondicherry University,
on the Forest Economy: A Case Study
Puducherry, ‘Human Security of Yerukala Tribe in Nallamala Forest
Dimensions of South Asia Poverty and Region of Andhra Pradesh’.
Governance in Bangladesh, India and
Nepal’. 81. Dr. G.K. Uma Shankar, Department of
Public Health Dentistry, BR Ambedkar
75. Dr. Samta Jain, Department of Dental College, Bengaluru, Karnataka,
Economics, Mata Gujri Mahila ‘Gender Inequalities in Utilization of
Vidhyalaya, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, the Oral Health Care Services –the
‘A Study of Food Security and Crop Bengaluru Study’.
Diversification in Rural Areas of
Madhya Pradesh’. 82. Dr. C. Bala Krishna Murthy, Department
of Psychology, PSG College of Arts
76. Dr. Pratyusna Patnaik, Council for and Science, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu,
Social Development, Southern Regional ‘Preparation of Career Guidance
Centre, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, Protocol for High School Students Based
‘Does Presence Matter? Gender, Caste on their Brain Dominance, Personality
and Tribe in Institutions of Participatory Traits and Academic Achievement’.

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83. Dr. G. Gnanasekaran, Department Economics, Assam University, Silchar,


of Economics, St. Joseph’s College, Assam, ‘Demand Side Determinants
Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, ‘Integrated of School Enrolment of Children in
Child Development Schemes in Hailakandi District of Southern Assam:
Tiruchirappalli District, Tamil Nadu: A Micro Level Study’.
A Need for Change of Approach and
90. Dr. Kanchan Mathur, Institute of
Policies’.
Development Studies, Jaipur, Rajasthan,
84. Dr. Hemlata Mishra, Department of ‘Transforming Lives, Crafting New
Political Science, Govt. (PG) College, Identities Reflections on Women’s
Ramnagar, Nainital, Uttarakhand, Empowerment through Innovative
‘Identifying Shift in Living Standard Programmes’.
of Women Unorganized Laboures in
91. Dr. Abha Singh, Director, Amity
a Decade in Haldwani, Kasipur and
Institute of Psychology and Allied
Nainital Regions of Nainital District
Sciences, Noida, Uttar Pradesh,
in Uttarakhand: A Wage Differential
‘Emotional Experience as a Predictor of
Approach’.
Psychological Well-being: a Study on
85. Dr. M. James Antony, Department Indian University Students’.
of Economics, Arul Anandar College, 92. Dr. Bupinder Zutshi, Centre for Study of
Madurai, Tamil Nadu, ‘Institutionalization Regional Development, School of Social
of Financial Resources for Unorganized Sciences, JNU, New Delhi, ‘Conflict
Sector in Rural India’. Situation in Jammu and Kashmir; Its
Impact on the Livelihoods of the Gujjar
86. Prof. Ashutosh Kumar, Department of
and Bakarwal Tribe’.
Politics, Punjab University, Chandigarh,
‘Electoral Politics in Punjab: A 93. Dr. Sunkari Satyam, Independent
Behavioral Study to Political Attitudes Researcher, Council for Social
and Opinion’. Development, Hyderabad, Telangana,
‘Democracy and Tribal Voice in
87. Dr. Subhanil Chowdhury, Institute of
Contemporary Indian Politics: A Study
Development Studies, Kolkata, West of Andhra Pradesh’.
Bengal, ‘Imperialism in the Current Era:
A Study with Special Reference to South 94. Dr. M.J.I. Raj, Joseph College,
Asia’. Tiruchirapalli, Tamil Nadu, ‘A Study on
the Psychological Problems of Irregular
88. Dr. Naba Kumar Mondal, Department Migrants Families in Tamil Nadu, with
of Environment Science, the University special reference to Tiruchirapalli,
of Burdwan, Burdwan, West Bengal, Thanjavar, and Padukottai District’.
‘Development of a Model for Effective
Integration of Environmental Education 95. Dr. Utsuk Dutta, NIHFW Campus,
in Technical and General Education’. Munirka, New Delhi, ‘Impact of
Incentive Schemes on Public Health
89. Dr. Sumanash Dutta, Department of Goals’.

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96. Dr. Sameena Hameed, India Arab 102. Dr. Siba Charan Subudhi, Department
Cultural Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia, of Education, North-Eastern Hill
New Delhi, ‘Investment in the University, Tura, Meghalaya, ‘Concept
Northern Indian Ocean Rim Countries: Development in Science Subject among
Implications for India’s Energy Hearing Impaired Children Studying in
Security’. Integrated and Segregated Educational
Settings of Meghalaya’.
97. Dr. P. Balamurugan, Centre for Rural
Development, Annamalai University, 103. Dr. Krishna Chandra Pradhan, Lecturer
Tamil Nadu, ‘A Study on People’s in Economics, Khemundi College,
Participation and Conservation of Local Odisha, ‘Getting the Excluded into
Water Bodies for Sustainable Rural Social Mainstream through Micro
Development: A Case of Rural Tanks in Projects: A Study of Primitive Tribal
Cuddalore District, Tamil Nadu’. Groups (PTGs) in Orrisa’.

98. Dr. R. Lalitha Raja, Annamalai 104. Dr. N. Manimekalai, Department


University, Tamil Nadu, ‘Identification of Women’s Studies, Bharathidasan
University, Tiruchirappalim, Tamil
and Remediation of Phonological
Nadu, ‘Gender Positive Initiatives
Disorders among Children with Mental
in Higher Education Institution: An
Retardation’.
Explanatory Analysis in Tamil Nadu’.
99. Dr. Sukanta K. Banerjee, Salesian
105. Dr. Keshao Shankar Patil, Tirpude
College, Siliguri Campus, Siliguri, West
College of Social Work, Nagpur,
Bengal, ‘A Study on the Enrolment
Maharashtra, ‘Legal Protection and
Level in Higher Education Among the
Gender Dimensions in Construction
Tribal Communities of North Bengal Industry with special reference to
(Dooars)’. Women Construction Workers in the
100. Dr. R. Gnanadevan, Department of City of Nagpur’.
Education, Annamalai University, Andhra 106. Dr. R. Srinivasan, School of Social
Pradesh, ‘Personality Development Sciences & Languages, VIT University,
Programme for the Students having Vellore, Tamil Nadu, ‘Improving the
Social, Emotional and Behavior Writing Skills of Students of Government
Problems, Studying in Adi-Dravidar Higher Secondary in Vellore District
Welfare Schools’. through Task-Based Approach’.
101. Dr. Tapas Kumar Dalapati, Madhya 107. Dr. Sunil Bhau Bhonsle & Dr. Prashant
Pradesh Institute of Social Science Bansode, Center for Study of Social
Research, Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, Exclusion & Inclusive Policy, Gokhale
‘Unveiling Knots in the Malwa: A Study Institute of Politics and Economics,
of Changing Patterns of Matrimonial Pune, Maharashtra, ‘Female Domestic
Processes among Hindus in Western Workers and Socio-Economic
Madhya Pradesh’. Inclusion’.

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108. Dr. Sonu Trivedi, Department of Kolkata, West Bengal, ‘Identifying the
Political Science, Zakir Husain College, Barriers Faced by the Scheduled Caste
Jawaharlal Nehru Marg, New Delhi, Students in Higher Education’.
‘Dynamics of India–China Engagement
in Myanmar’. 115. Dr. Vaishali Saxena, Department of
Public Administration, University of
109. Dr. S. Rajamohan, Alagappa Institute Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, ‘E-Government
of Management, Alagappa University, as a Tool for Good Governance-A
Tamil Nadu, ‘Managerial Effectiveness Comparative Study of PRIs of Uttar
of District Rural Development Agency Pradesh and Rajasthan’.
and its Schemes in Tamil Nadu’.
116. Dr. Urmi Nanda Biswas, Department
110. Dr. Ganga Prasad Prasain, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Education
of Commerce, Manipur University, & Psychology, The MS University
Imphal, Manipur, ‘Entrepreneurship in of Baroda, Vadodara, Gujarat, ‘Sex-
Small Scale Industries in North East Selective Abortion and Female Feticide
India- A Case Study of Manipur’. – Can a Public Campaign Produce
Effective Change: A Comparative
111. Dr. Ranjit Singh Ghuman, Centre Analysis’.
for Research in Rural and Industrial
Development, Chandigarh, ‘Water 117. Mr. Mitul Kumar M. Deliya, SK College
Use Efficiency in Punjab: The Issue of of Business Management, Gujarat
Sustainability’. University, Patan, Gujarat, ‘A Study
on Violation of Human Rights in Patan
112. Dr. Anchalesh Kumar, Department of District’.
Sociology, Kumaun Kesari Pt. B.D.
Pandey Govt. Post Graduate College, 118. Dr. Thomas Janetius, Sree Saraswathi
Uttrakhand, ‘Impact of Globalization on Thyagaraja College, Tamil Nadu, ‘A
Jaunsar Bawar Tribe: A Sociology Study Study on the Psychological Process of
(with special reference to the Dehradun Change of Domicile among Hill Tribes
District of Uttrakhand)’. in the Progression of Tiger Reserve
Expansion in Tamil Nadu’.
113. Dr. M. Sumathy, Department of
Commerce, Bharathiar University, 119. Dr. Vijay Kumar Kaushal, Department of
Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, ‘An Commerce and Management, Himachal
Evaluation Study on the Performance Pradesh University, Shimla, Himachal
of the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Pradesh, ‘Economic and Political Basis
Employment Guarantee Act Scheme of Tribal Communities in India: A
in Tamil Nadu with a special focus on Study of Khumbli in Jounsary Tribe of
Dindigul, Karar, Tiruchirapalli and Uttranchal’.
Ramanathapuram District’.
120. Dr. Patil Laxman Hanmantrao,
114. Dr. Santoshi Halder, Department of Department of Economics, Shivaji
Education, University of Calcutta, College, Latur, Maharashtra,‘The Social

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and Economical Changes in the Life of Study of Gauriganj Block, Sultanpur
Below Poverty Level Families due to District’.
Golden Jubilee Rural Self-Employment
Policy in Maharashtra: A Case Study’. 127. Dr. Sheena, Department of Humanities
and Management, National Institute
121. Dr. Kamble B. Nana, Center for of Technology, Karnataka, ‘Women
Educational Studies, Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship and Tourism
Education, Pune, ‘Seasonal Migration Development: A Study with Special
of Sugarcane Harvesting Labour’s and Reference to SHGs in Karnataka and
Its Impact on School Going Children in Kerala’.
Maharashtra’.
128. Dr. Jyotsna Jha, Director, Centre for
122. Dr. Balwinder Singh, Department of Budget and Policy Studies, Bengaluru,
Economics, Punjabi University, Patiala, Karnataka, ‘Emerging Employment
Punjab, ‘Socio-Economic Conditions of Opportunities and Women’s Experiences
Scheduled Caste Households in Rural of Employment and Violence’.
Punjab’.
129. Dr. Monika, Department of Political
123. Dr. D. Maniazhagu, Department of Science, Ismail National (PG) College,
Physical Education and Health Sciences, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Role of
Alagappa University, Karaikudi, Tamil Bangladesh in India’s Security: An
Nadu, ‘Impact of Physical Training Analytical Study’.
Programmes on Health Related and
Pulmonary Variables of Women 130. Dr. I. Maruthi, Institute for Social
Students’. & Economic Change, Bengaluru,
Karnataka, ‘Assessment of Socio-
124. Dr. R.Venkata Ravi, Council for Social Economic Capabilities of Dalit
Development, Hyderabad, Telangana, Households in Karnataka’.
‘Inclusive Governance for Rural
Development: A Study on Village 131. Dr. Sonny Jose, Department of Social
Panchayats in Andhra Pradesh and Work, Loyola College of Social
Tamil Nadu’. Sciences, Thiruvanthapuram, Kerala,
‘Elderly Under Institutional Care: The
125. Dr. L. Rathakrishnan, Department of Kerala Scenario’.
Rural Industries and Management,
Gandhigram Rural Institute, Gujarat, 132. Dr. R. Indradevi, VIT Business School,
‘MGNREGS on Sustainable Livelihood VIT University, Tamil Nadu, ‘A
and Ecological Security’. Comparative Study of Social Security
Schemes and Quality of Life Among
126. Dr. Dinesh Kumar Tripathi, Department Women Workers in the Manufacturing
of Geography, Kamla Nehru Institute of Industries in Vellore and Tirupur
Physical & Social Sciences, Sultanpur, District’.
Uttar Pradesh, ‘Management Degraded
Lands Using Satellite and GIS: A Case 133. Dr. Jeetendra D. Soni, Department

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of Geography, M.J.D. Government 140. Dr. Amarnath Sharma, Government


College, Rajasthan, ‘Labour Migration College, Arjunda, Durg, Chhattisgarh,
to West Asia from Sikar, Churu and ‘Impact of Globalization on Primary
Jhunjhunu Districts: Problems and Education (with special reference to
Prospects’. Drug District’.
134. Dr. Shivaji S. Maske, Department 141. Dr. B. Rangaiah, Department of Applied
of Geography, Sangmeswar College, Psychology, Pondicherry University,
Solapur, Maharashtra, ‘Problems and Puducherry, ‘Post Traumatic Growth
Prospects of Buffalo Farming in Solapur and Psychological Well-being among
District (MS)’. Cancer and HIV/AIDS Patients’.
135. Dr. M.V.R. Raju, Department of 142. Dr. Shakuntala Mahanta, Department
Psychology, Andhra University, Andhra of Humanties and Social Sciences, IIT,
Pradesh, ‘Prevalence of Somatic Guwahati, Assam, ‘A Psychological and
Symptoms, Mental Health and Quality Socio Linguistic Study of Variation in
of Life of Tribes in Araku Valley: Deori’.
Development of Culturally Relevant
Psychological Intervention’. 143. Dr. Satish Sharad Badwe, Department
of Marathi Language & Literature,
136. Dr. Manu Rathi, Principal, Meerut
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar University,
College, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Kashmir
Maharastra, ‘Marathwada ke Seemanikat
Problems & India-Pakistan Relations:
Kshetra mein Bhasaon ka Aadaan
An Analytical Study’.
Pradaan aur Prabhav: ek Anubandh’.
137. Ms. Nidhi Gulati & Mamta Singhal,
144. Dr. Srimati Nayak, Department of
Department of Elementary Education,
Sociology, Sambalpur University,
Institute of Home Economics, New
Delhi, ‘Facilitating Constructivism Odisha, ‘Exploring the Impact of
in EVS Teaching: Action Research Industrialization on Tribal People: A
with Government Run Primary School Challenge to their Livelihood (A Socio-
Teachers’. Economic Study of Jharsugda District,
Odisha)’.
138. Dr. Jharna Pathak, Gujarat Institute
of Development Research, Gujarat, 145. Prof. Santha Kumari, School of
‘Assessment of System of Crop Behavioural Sciences and Business
Intensification in Bihar and Madhya Studies, Thapar University, Patiala,
Pradesh: Examining Implications for Punjab, ‘An Experimental Investigation
Sustainable Development’. of the Psychological Determinants of
Financial Decision Making: A Prospect
139. Dr. M. Priyamvdha, Department of Theory Approach’.
Criminology, University of Madras,
Chennai, ‘Unheard Voices: Detecting 146. Dr. Sampad Kumar Swain, Department
Elder Abuse and Devising Strategies for of Tourism Hospitality and Hotel
Prevention’. Management, Indira Gandhi National

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Tribal University, Amarkantak, Madhya University, Dibrugarh, Assam,
Pradesh, ‘Management of Ecotourism ‘Performance Analysis and Supply
Sites and Sustainable Development: A Chain Process Optimization in Indian
Study on Tamil Nadu’. Tea Industry’.

147. Dr. N.K. Kumaresan Raja, Department 153. Dr. Amit Kumar Bardhan, Faculty
of Political Science and Public of Management Studies, University
Administration, Annamalai University, of Delhi, Delhi, ‘Development of
Andhra Pradesh, ‘Reconstructing Indian Performance Metrics Based on Critical
Land Administrative System for Attaining Success Factors in Humanitarian Relief
Social Inclusiveness’. Logistics’.

148.
Prof. D. Mukhopadhyay & Mr. 154. Dr. Asawari Bhave Gudipudi, Maeer’s
Pabitra K. Jena, Lecturer, College of MIT Vishwashanti Gurukul, Pune,
Management, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Maharashtra, ‘A Study of Effectiveness
University, Katra, Jammu & Kashmir, of the Instructional Module Based on
‘Process Improvement of Apple Fruits Constructivist Approach in Classroom
Production in Kashmir Region: An Teaching for the School Teachers in
Empirical Study’. Semi Rural Area of Pune City’.

149. Dr. Minaketan Behera, Department 155. Dr. Jyotis S. Nair, Department of
of Economics, Ambedkar University, Sociology, St. Mother Teresa’s College,
Delhi, ‘An Assessment of Dependence Ernakulum, Kerala, ‘Social Capital
of Forest Fringe Villagers on Forest Creation through Self Help Groups
Products and Marketing Issues in in Kerala- A Multiple Organizational
Kandhamal and Kalahandi Districts of Analysis’.
Odisha’.
156. Dr. Veena K.D., Department of Speech
150. Dr. T. Dharamraj, Department of and Hearing, Manipal College of
Folklore, Madurai Kamaraj University, Allied Health Sciences, Manipal
Tamil Nadu, ‘The Dalit Christians of University, Karnataka, ‘Development
Tamil Nadu: Ethno History and Socio- Standardization of Phonological Process
Religious Life’. Analysis Test for Children (PPAT-C) in
Tulu Language’.
151. Dr. Bhubneshwar Sabar, Centre
for Multidisciplinary Development 157. Dr. Basanta Kumar Sahu, Indian
Research, Dharwad, Karnataka, ‘Food Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi,
Insecurity amidst Plenty: Locating ‘Livelihoods for the Poor: Coping with
Vulnerability in a Resources Rich Food Security and Drought’.
Region in India- A Study in Un-divided
Kalahandi District of Odisha’. 158. Dr. Kh. Devananda Singh, Department
of Management, North Eastern
152. Dr. Mithun J. Sharma, Centre for Hill University, Tura, Meghalaya,
Management Studies, Dibrugarh ‘Comparative Study on Micro and Small

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Enterprises in Imphal West District of Study Special Reference Jalgaon


Manipur and West Garo Hills District District’.
of Meghalaya- the Entrepreneurial
Perspective’. 165. Dr. Poonam, Department of History,
Baikhunthi Devi Kanya Mahavidyalaya,
159. Dr. Nani Bath, Department of Agra, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Bharatiya Rajaniti
Political Science, Rajiv Gandhi aur Saampradayik Dange: Mujaffarnagar
University, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, evam Godhra ke Vishesh Sandarbh
‘Understanding Political Organizations mein’.
of the Tribes of Arunachal Pradesh’.
166. Dr. Dinesh Kumar, Department of
160. Dr. Navin Kumar, Department of Economics, Ch. Charan Singh University,
Psychology, Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Impact of
College, University of Delhi, Delhi, Socio-Economic Development on
‘Personality Trait Structure and Environment: An Empirical Study of
Taxonomy of Hindi Speaking Indians: A Few Selected Districts in Western Uttar
Psycho Lexical Approach’. Pradesh’.

161. Dr. S. Rajaram, Department of 167. Dr. T. Brahmanandam, Centre for Multi-
Business Administration, Kalasalingam Disciplinary Development Research,
University, Tamil Nadu, ‘Problems Karnataka, ‘Impact of Government
and Its Impact of Women Migrants Sponsored Health Schemes on Scheduled
Households in Slums with Special Castes: A Study in Karnataka’.
Reference to Tamil Nadu State’.
168. Dr. Omprakash, Faculty of Policy
162. Dr. Sushil Singh Chauhan, Institute Sciences, National Law University,
for Applied Research & Development, Rajasthan, ‘Low Intensity Warfare,
Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Work Naxal Challenges and Responses of the
Environment and Job Satisfaction State in Contemporary India’.
among Police Officials: A Comparative
Study of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan’. 169. Dr. Ashish Bhatt, Madhya Pradesh
Institute of Social Science Research,
163. Dr. Veronica Pala, Department Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh,‘Vikas ki
of Economics, North Eastern Hill Rajniti evam Gaer Sarkari Sangathan:
University, Meghalaya, ‘Levels of Madhya Pradesh mein Gramin
Living and Poverty among Socio- Vikas ke Kshetra mein Gaer Sarkari
Religious Groups in India: Analysis of Sangathano ki Bhumika evam Prabha
the Correlated and Determinants at the ka Vishleshnatmak Adhyayan’.
Region Level’.
170. Dr. Charan Singh Verma, Giri Institute
164. Dr. Umesh Ashok Gogadia, Department of Development Studies, Lucknow, Uttar
of Political Science, North Maharastra Pradesh, ‘Assessment of the Household
University, Maharashtra, ‘Financial Healthcare Utilization and Burden of
Problems of Scavengers-An Analytic Healthcare Expenditure in U.P’.

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171. Dr. Oinam Hemlata Devi, School of 178. Dr. Sanjeev Kumar, Department of
Human Ecology, Ambedkar University Economics, Dayal Singh College,
of Delhi, Delhi, ‘Culture and Ecology of University of Delhi, New Delhi, ‘Crop
Sacred Groves and Temples in Manipur’. Diversification and Food Security in
India: An Empirical Analysis of Western
172. Dr. Benjamin F. Lyngdoh, Department Uttar Pradesh’.
of Tourism & Hotel Management,
North Eastern Hill University, 179. Dr. R.C. Tyagi, Giri Institute of
Meghalaya, ‘Impact of Tourism Development Studies, Lucknow,
Related Micro and Small Enterprise Uttar Pradesh, ‘Private Enterprise
on Entrepreneur’s Socio-Economic Development among Scheduled
Outcomes- A Propensity Score Analysis Castes and Scheduled Tribes in India:
of Meghalaya’. A Comparative Study of Ownership,
Productivity and Policy Implications’.
173. Shri Navin Chandra, Institute for Human
Development, New Delhi, ‘Political 180. Dr. Ramendra Prasad Ojha, Department
Economy of Labour Market Regulation of Hindi, St. Aloysius College, Jabalpur,
in India Disciplinary Jurisdiction: Madhya Pradesh, ‘Madhya Pradesh
Economics, History and Politics’. mein Samajik aur Jeevanstar ke Anurup
Prayukt Bhasha ke Vividh Roopon ka
174. Dr. Saroj Pandey, Dayanand Women’s Tulnatmak Vishleshan’.
Training College, Kanpur, Uttar
Pradesh, ‘Organizational Climate and 181. Dr. Dinesh Dwarkadas Bhakkad, PG
Job Satisfaction among Teachers: A & Research Department of Commerce,
Study of Technical and Management Dhule, Maharashtra, ‘Perception and
Institutions in Uttar Pradesh’. Awareness of Electronic Banking:
A Sustainable Mechanism for Rural
175. Dr. Lata Agarwal, PG Department of Development’.
History, Government (PG) College,
Ajmer, Rajasthan, ‘Gender Disparity 182. Dr. Shrinivasa Bhat, Department
in Employment Status of Women of Psychiatry, NITTE University,
Empowerment (A Comparative Study Karnataka, ‘Quality of Life and Concept
of Ajmer’s Urban & Rural Area)’. of Well-Being among Women Living
with HIV in Rural and Semi-Urban
176. Dr. Poornima Kaushik, G.D. India’.
Government College for Women, Alwar,
Rajasthan, ‘Democratization of Burma: 183. Dr. Jyotimayee Acharya, KIIT School
Retrospect and Prospect’. of Rural Management, KIIT University,
Bhubneshwar, Odisha, ‘Institutional
177. Dr. Alaknanda Shringare, Department of Paradigm (s) in Enhancing Inclusive and
Political Science, Goa University, Goa, Gender Equitable Growth in the Cottage
‘Panchayat Raj Institutions and Rural Industry Sector: A Study of Bargarh,
Development in Goa’. Banki and Puri Districts in Orrisa’.

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184. Dr. Sutapa Chatterjee Sarkar, West Empowerment of Scheduled Castes- A


Bengal State University, West Bengal, Study in Telangana Region of Andhra
‘Studies on Link between Material Pradesh’.
Existence and Religious-cultural
Practices of the Marginalized People 191. Prof. Rolee Kanchan, Department of
Living in Coastal Areas of Bay of Bengal Geography, Faculty of Science, The
since the Ancient Times’. Maharaja Sayaji Rao University of
Baroda, Vadodara, Gujarat, ‘Nutritional
185. Dr. Sachin Bharti and Dr. Durgesh and Health Status of Elderly in Vadodara
Tripathi, G.G. Singh Indraprashta City, Gujarat’.
University, New Delhi, ‘Media and Youth
(A Study of New Media Preferences of 192. Dr. Tripti Singh, School of Management
Youth in Delhi)’. Studies, Motilal Nehru National Institute
of Technology, Allahabad, Uttar
186. Prof. Kalpana Kannabiran, Regional Pradesh, ‘HR Competency Mapping
Director, Council for Social amongst Women Self Help Groups in
Development, Southern Regional Uttar Pradesh’.
Centre, Hyderabad, Telangana,
‘Measuring Institutionalized Capacities 193. Dr. Sudeep Basu, Centre for Studies in
for Development Projects in India’. Social Management, School of Social
Sciences, Central University of Gujarat,
187. Dr. Ram Krishna Upadhyay, Mathura Gandhinagar, Gujarat, ‘Diasporic
(P.G.) College, Ballia, Uttar Pradesh, Gujaratis and their Homeland:
‘The Role of Co-operative Banks in Documenting Social Remittance’
Eastern Uttar Pradesh’. Practices in Gujarat’.

188. Dr. Aijaz Ashraf Wani, Department of 194. Dr. K. Pongiannan, Department of
Political Science, University of Kashmir, Commerce, Chikkanna Government
Hazratbal Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir, Arts College, Tirupur, Tamil Nadu,
‘Governance in Kashmir since 1947: ‘Constructive and Caustic Impacts
A Study in Lessons from the Past and of Online Advertisements among the
Insights for the Present and Future’. Teenagers-A Case Study with special
reference to Tamil Nadu’.
189. Sh. Anwar Hussain, Research Fellow,
Institute of Indian Culture, Andheri (E), 195.
Dr. G. Syamala, Department of
Mumbai, Maharashtra, ‘Shaikh Ahmad Commerce Research Centre, University
Sirhindi and the Impact of His Ideas on of Pune, Pune, Maharashtra, ‘Gender
the Separatist Tendencies in India’. Discrimination in Recruitment of
Women Graduates: A Study of Campus
190. Prof. M. Ashok Kumar, Department of Recruitment Practices in Technical and
Economics, University Post Graduate Professional Education Institutions’.
College, Kakatiya University, Warangal,
Telangana, ‘Functioning of Scheduled 196. Mr. Gautam Devidas Bhalerao,
Caste Development Corporations- Department of Political Science,

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Adv. Sitaram (Bababbhau) Anandramji 202. Dr. Laxman Lal Salvi, Department of
Baheti Art’s Commerce & Science Economics, Jai Narayan Vyas University,
College, Jalgaon, Maharashtra Jodhpur, Rajasthan, ‘Dynamics of
‘Maharashtra, Shanachya Anudan Socio- Economic Changes of Tribes in
Vishyak Dhornache Uch Shishnavar Tribal Sub- Plan Area of Rajasthan’.
Honare Parinam- Vishesh Sandharbh
Uttar Maharashtra Vidhypeeth 203. Dr. Abhay Shende, Department of
Parikhetra’. Economics Dr. Mamta A Shende,
Department of Commerce, Modern
197. Dr. B. Devi Prasad, Centre for Equity College of Arts, Science & Commerce,
for Women, Children & Families, Sivajinagar, Pune, Maharashtra, ‘A
School of Social Work, Tata Institute of Study of Competition, Co-operation and
Social Sciences, Mumbai, ‘Assessment Conflict of India and China with Special
of Implementation to PESA in Schedule Reference to Trade & Commerce’.
V Areas: A Study of Six States’.
204. Dr. S. Chandra Kiran, Department of
198. Dr. Vani N. Laturkar, School of Kannada, Sir M.V. PG Centre, Thubina
Commerce and Management Sciences, Kera Campus, Mandya, University of
Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathada Mysore, Mysore, Karnataka, ‘Dictionary
University, Gautaminagar, Nanded, of Subaltern Culture’.
Maharashtra, ‘A Study of Impact of
Fee Based Policies of Banks on their 205. Dr. Nameirakapam B. Singh, Department
Profitability and Customer Behaviour’. of Humanities and Social Science,
National Institute of Technology, Silchar,
Assam, ‘Agricultural Development and
199. Dr. Kh. Tomba Singh, Department Environment Issues in the North Eastern
of Commerce, Manipur University, Region: A Case Study of Manipur’,
Imphal, Manipur, ‘Exploratory Study on
Occupational Stress in Bus and Lorry 206. Dr. Yasir Saeed Hanafi, Department of
Drivers in Manipur’. Geography, Aligarh Muslim University,
Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Prospects of
200. Dr. N. Sukumar, Department of Political Agriculture Diversification in Poonch
Science, University of Delhi, Delhi, District of Jammu and Kashmir’.
‘Contested Spaces: Exclusion and
Discrimination in Institutions of Higher 207. Prof. Lancy I. Lobo, Centre for Culture
Learning in India’, and Development, Vadodara, Gujarat,
‘Urban Transformation and Social
201. Dr. Mohan Namdeo Khatal, Department Change in Gujarat: A Study of Villages
of Education, Government College on the Periphery of Vadodara City
of Education, Akola, Maharashtra, (1961-2011)’.
‘A Study of Problems and Measuring
the Use of Information Technology in 208. Dr. Rameshwar Rohidas Chavan,
Primary Education in Akola District of School of Management Studies, North
Maharashtra State’. Maharashtra University, Jalgaon,

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Maharashtra, ‘Mapping Employability 215. Dr. Kulwant Singh Pathania, Department


Skills of the UG and PG Students of Commerce, Ambedkar Bhawan,
Categorized as Scheduled Tribes Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla,
(Evidences from Jalgaon, Dhule Himachal Pradesh,‘Effectiveness of
and Nadurbar Tribal Districts of BSNL Services in Himachal Pradesh’.
Maharashtra)’.
216.
Dr. Jagan Karade, Department
209. Dr. Sangeeta Mohan, Indirapuram, of Sociology, Shivaji University,
Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh,‘Impact of Vidyanagar, Kolhapur, Maharashtra,
Globalization and Agrarian Crisis: ‘Interaction Patterns of Scheduled
A Study of Factors Affecting Indian Caste’s Elite in Maharashtra: with
Farmers’. Special Reference to Mumbai, Pune and
Nagpur Cities’.
210. Dr. Amandeep Kaur, Coordinator,
Foundation for Development Research, 217. Dr. Anu Sabhlok, Department of
Chandigarh, ‘Gender Based Domestic Humanities and Social Sciences,
Violence in Scheduled Castes’ Families Indian Institute of Science Education
in Rural Punjab: Factors Analysis’. and Research (IISER), Mohali,
211. Dr. Manoj Kumar Trivedi, Department Punjab, ‘Constructing the Nation:
of Commerce, HNB Government PG An Ethnographic Account of Migrant
College, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, Labour on the Indo-Tibetan Border
‘Marketing Strategies for the Small Roads’.
Scale Industries-An Empirical Study of
218. Dr. R. Srinivasan, Department of Public
Kanpur District’.
Administration, Institute of Distance
212. Dr. Vibhuti Singh Shekhawat, Education, University of Madras,
Department of Humanities & Social Chennai,Tamil Nadu, ‘Youth and Civic
Sciences, Malaviya National Institute of Engagement: A Study of Political
Technology, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Politics Culture in Tamil Nadu’.
of Alienation and Secessionism in
North-Eastern India’. 219. Dr. Kokila Shah, Kakad Niketan,
Ghatkopar, Mumbai, Maharashtra,
213. Prof. (Mrs.) Kirti Narain, Lucknow, ‘Saman Suttam: A Comprehensive
Uttar Pradesh, ‘Participation and Study’.
Position of Women in the Uprising of
1857 Redefinition of Social Status: Then 220. Dr. C.N. Kale, Department of
and Now’. Geography, R. B. Narayanrao Borawake
College, Ahmednagar, Maharashtra,
214. Dr. Anurag Srivastava, Department ‘Impact of Irrigation on Agricultural
of Geography, Government Degree Development of Western Maharashtra:
College, Almora, Uttarakhand, An Economic Geographical Analysis’.
‘Wasteland, Water & Rural
Development-A Case Study of Manali 221. Ms. Rupal A. Thakkar, K.J. Somaiya
Hill Station in Uttarakhand’. Comprehensive College of Education,

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Mumbai, Maharashtra, ‘Scaffolding ICT 227. Dr. Jaynal Uddin Ahmed, Department
Integrated English Language Teaching of Management, North Eastern Hill
(L3) of Secondary School Vernacular University, Meghalaya, ‘An Evaluative
Medium Teachers: A Blended Learning Study on the Performance and Working
Approach’. of Meghalaya Rural Bank’.
222. Dr. (Mrs.) Letha Devi G, Scientist (Agri. 228. Dr. C. Sheela Reddy, Indian Institute of
Ext.), National Institute of Animal Public Administration, New Delhi, ‘RTI
Nutrition and Physiology, Adugodi, Implementation in Andhra Pradesh:
Bengaluru, Karnataka, ‘Vulnerability Improving Access’.
of Crop-Livestock Farming System
to Climate Variability and Global 229. Prof. D. Rajasenan, Centre for the Study
Economic Change: A Perspective of of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy,
Karnataka State’. Cochin University of Science and
Technology, Kochi, Kerala ‘Residential
223. Dr. Meenu, Foundation for Segregation and Social Exclusion
Developmental Research, Chandigarh,
among the Scheduled Castes (SC) and
‘Educational Level and Access to
Scheduled Tribes (ST) of Kerala’.
Employment Sectors among Women
of Scheduled Castes Families in 230. Dr. Sumangla Damodaran, School
Uni-District Union Territory of of Development Studies, Ambedkar
Chandigarh’. University, Delhi, ‘Migration and
224. Dr. Bharat H. Desai, Hon. Chairman, Industrial Work: Changing Patterns,
Centre for Advanced Study on Courts Worker Identities and Livelihood
and Tribunals, Amritsar, Punjab, Strategies in the City of Delhi’.
‘Hybrid Courts & Tribunals as Post-
231. Dr. Shyodan Singh, Department of
Conflict International Criminal Justice
Psychology, Zakir Husian College,
Mechanism: A Hegemonic Process’.
University of Delhi, Delhi, ‘Graceful
225. Dr. B. T. Sampath Kumar, Department Aging: A Psycho-Social Study’.
of Studies and Research in Library
& Information Science, Tumkur 232. Dr. V.L. Dharunkar Vijyakumar
University, Karnataka, ‘ICT Literacy Laxmikantro, Department of Mass
Competencies among Rural and Urban Communication & Journalism, Dr.
Students: The Digital Divide’. Babasaheb Ambedkar University,
Aurangabad, ‘Communication
226. Dr. S. Subramanian, Department of Revolution: Socio-Economic and
Psychology, Bharathiar University, Cultural Change in Backward Region’.
Tamil Nadu, ‘Integrated Intervention
for Eliminating Perceived Stigma and 233. Ms. Simrit Kahlon, Department of
Enriching Psychological Resources Geography, DAV College, Chandigarh,
among Nurses Treating HIV/AIDS ‘A Study of the Interaction between Man
and Cancer Patients: An Experimental and Physical Environment in Lahaul
Study’. Region (HP)’.

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234. Dr. Shaik N. Sahib, NSR College of Bhashaiyak Dakashta ke Abhivavak,


Education, Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘A Shiksha Vyavsay, Parivar ke Prabhav ka
Comparative Study of the Madarsas, Adhayayan’.
Private and Government Primary
Schools with Reference to Achievement 240. Dr. Gopal M. Nimbalkar, Department of
and Inclusion of Excluded Groups’. Social Work, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar
College of Social Work, Dhule,
235. Dr. P.D. Sabale, Department of Maharashtra, ‘Socio-Economic and
Archaeology, Deccan College Post Cultural Variations among Tribal People
Graduate and Research Institute, of North Maharashtra Region’.
Pune, Maharashtra, ‘Environmental
Archaeological Studies of Middle Reach 241. Dr. N. Tejmani Singh, Department of
of Bhima: A Case Study of Diddapur Commerce, Manipur University, Imphal,
Manipur, ‘Management of Micro, Small
and Mudhvi Sites, of Solapur District of
and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in
Maharashtra’.
Manipur’.
236. Dr. Nandlal Mishra, Department
242. Dr. Seema Shukla, Assistant Librarian,
of Psychology, Mahatma
Centre for Social Studies, Veer Narmad
Gandhi Chitrakoot Gramodaya
South Gujarat University Campus,
Vishwavidyalaya, Chitrakoot, Madhya
Surat, Gujarat, ‘A Select Bibliography
Pradesh, ‘Women Empowerment
of Gujarat Society’.
through Local Self Government: A
Psycho-Social Study’. 243. Dr. Smriti Das, Department of Policy
Science, Teri University, New Delhi,
237. Dr. Hema Tripathi, Krishi Vigyan
‘Analyzing the Implementation of Forest
Kendra, Indian Veterinary Research
Right Act (2006): A Cultural Political
Institute, Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh,
Study of Community Rights in Southern
‘Occupational Health Hazards and
Rajasthan’.
Risks in Livestock Rearing among Male
and Female Workers in Uttar Pradesh: A 244. Dr. Ram Pratap Sinha, Government
Gender Analysis’, College of Engineering and Leather
Technology, Kolkata, West Bengal,
238. Dr. Vidyawati Agarwal, Department of ‘Endogenous Benchmarking of Indian
Political Science, Siliguri College, West Mutual Funds’.
Bengal, ‘Women and Politics: A Study of
the West Bengal Legislative Assembly, 245. Dr. Narender K. Behera, Department of
since 1952 to 2011 (1st to 14th Vidhan Economics, Larambha College, Odisha,
Sabha)’. ‘Internal Migration: A Case Study in the
KBK Districts of West Odisha’.
239. Dr. Carolin Abraham, Department of
Hindi, St. Aloysius College, Jabalpur, 246. Dr. V. Rama Rao, M.V.R Degree &
Madhya Pradesh, ‘Jhuggi Jhopri ke P.G. College, Visakhapatnam, Andhra
Pravasiyon aur Jail ke Bandiyoun ki Pradesh, ‘Implications and Impediments

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of Right of Education Act 2009 in in Western Maharashtra’.
Primary School Education System: A
Holistic Research Study in Tribal Areas 253. Dr. Arun Mohanty, Centre for Russian
of Visakha Agency, Andhra Pradesh’. and Central Asian Studies, Jawaharlal
Nehru University, New Delhi, ‘Role of
247. Dr. Bhise Vinayak Bhagwanrao, Islam in Shaping Russia’s Domestic and
Department of Economics, Dr. Foreign Policies’.
Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada
University, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, 254. Dr. Bina Agarwal, Institute of Economic
‘Economic Analysis of BT Technology: Growth, University of Delhi, Delhi,
A Case Study of BT Cotton in ‘Why do Some Group Farms Endure
Marathwada’. and Others Fail? A Study of Women’s
Groups Farms in Andhra Pradesh’.
248. Dr. Kanika T. Bhal, Department of
Management Studies, IIT, New Delhi, 255. Dr. Radha Thevannoor & Dr. Poornima
‘Environmental Responsibility and its Narayan, SCMS Centre for Socio-
Correlates: A Select Study of Chemical Economic Research, SCMS Campus,
Industry in India’. Cochin, Kerala, ‘Development- A Profile
of Short Duration Migrant Labourers in
249. Dr. Manish Gaur, Meerut College, Ernakulam District’.
Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Corporate
Social Responsibility Initiatives in 256. Dr. Manjinder Singh, Department of
Indian Telecom Sector- An Empirical Commerce, Sri Guru Gobind Singh
Study’. College, Chandigarh, Punjab, ‘Web-
based Business Reporting Practices in
250. Dr. Dinesh Kumar, Institute for India: A Comparative Study of Public
Resources Analysis & Policy, and Private Sector Giants’.
Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘The Factors
Causing the Agrarian Crisis in India: 257. Dr. Anuradha Bhattacharjee, Centre for
A Study from Four Agro-ecological Culture, Media and Governance, Jamia
Regions in Four States’. Millia Islamia, New Delhi, ‘Mapping of
Media Ownership and Concentration in
251. Dr. Shipra Mukherjee, Department of India and Calculation of Company Power
English, West Bengal State University, Index of 12 Major Media Common
Kolkata, West Bengal, ‘Interpreting Ownership Units (2000-2012)’.
Folklore: Understanding the Relation
between Folklore, Religion and Caste in 258. Dr. M. Sakthivel, Department of
East India’. Geography, University of Madras,
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, ‘Estimation
252. Dr. Suchitra S. Pardeshi, Department and Functioning of the Women Police
of Geography, Annasaheb Magar Officers: Perception of The Public- An
Mahavidyalaya, Pune, Maharashtra, Empirical Study in Greater Chennai’.
‘Terrain Analysis for Kas-Patan Lateritic
Plateau for Land Resource Management 259. Dr. K. Balasubramanian, Department of

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Physical Education and Health Sciences, Status and Opportunities for Scheduled
Alagappa University, Tamil Nadu, Castes (SC’s) and Scheduled Tribes
‘Role of Physical Exercise Therapy in (ST’s) in Central Educational
Enhancing Neuro Cognition among the Universities and Institutes in India’.
Students of Alagappa’.
266. Dr. Arundhati Suryakant Patil, ‘Muktai’
260. Dr. Allu Gowri Sankar Rao, Department Bansilal Nagar, Saigaon Naka, Beed,
of Sociology & Social Work, Acharya Maharashtra,‘Study of Socio-Economic
Nagarjuna University, Guntur, Andhra and Health Aspects of Women Suffered
Pradesh, ‘Women Empowerment from Burn Injuries’.
Through Self Help Groups (SHGs) in
Andhra Pradesh-A Study’. 267. Dr. P. B. Pagare, Department of
Education, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar,
261. Dr. Rajesh Kumar Pal, Department of Marathwada University, Aurangabad,
Sociology, Chitrakoot, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, ‘E-Learning Based
‘Sapera Jati ki Samajik, Arthik evam Training Programme for Professional
Rajnitik Isthiti ka ek Adhyayan Development of Teacher Education in
(Allahabad ke Shankargarh Vikaskhand Backward Region of Marathwada’.
ke Vishesh Sandarbh mein)’.
268. Dr. Ran Bijay Narayan Sinha, Association
262. Dr. P. Anbalagan, Department of for Social Engineering Research &
Economics, Presidency College, Training (ASSERT), Patna, Bihar, ‘Social
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, ‘Rural Capital for Inclusive Development in a
Road Connectivity and Economic Collectivist Context’,
Development in India: with Special
reference to the Pradhan Mantri Gram 269. Dr. P. S. Nagarajan, Alagappa Institute
Sadak Yojana in Tamil Nadu’. of Management, Alagappa University,
Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu, ‘A Study on
263. Dr. Pahi Saikia, Department of HSS, Public Service Advertising in Health an
IIT, Guwahati, Assam, ‘Decentralised Awareness Among the Youth in Tamil
Institutions and Social Citizenship: Nadu’.
Assam as a Case Study’.
270. Dr. Gopa Samanta, Department of
264. Dr. R. Azhagaiah, Department of Geography, The University of Burdwan,
Commerce, Kanchi Mamunivar Centre Golapbag, West Bengal, ‘Small and
for PG Studies, Puducherry, ‘The Medium Towns in Eastern India: The
Impact of MGNREGA on the Economic Dynamics of Economy, Mobility and
Well-Being of the Unskilled Workers: Governance’.
Evidence from Puducherry Union
Territory’. 271. Dr. N. P. Hariharan, Department of
Economics, School of Social Sciences,
265. Dr. Jadi Bala Komaraiah, Department of VIT University, Vellore, Tamil Nadu,
Economics, Banaras Hindu University, ‘An Analysis of Corner Shop Economy
Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Employment of Vellore’.

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272. Dr. J. Charles Jeeva, Senior Scientist, Management Studies, Malaviya
Directorate of Research on Women National Institute of Technology,
in Agriculture, Indian Council of Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Determinants of
Agriculture Research, Bhubneshwar, Working Capital Management Practices
Odisha,‘Assessment of Sustainable After Global Financial Crisis in Indian
Livelihood Interventions and Companies: Behavioral Finance
Entrepreneurial Skills among Coastal Approach’.
Women Self Help Groups using
Participatory Methodologies’. 279. Dr. Satendra Kumar, Govind Ballabh
Pant Social Science Institute, Jhusi,
273. Dr. Ganesh Kawadia, School of Allahabad, Uttar Pradish, ‘Other
Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, Backward Classes in Uttar Pradesh:
Devi Ahilya University, Indore, Madhya Politics and Culture’.
Pradesh, ‘A Study of Climate Change
and Agriculture in the Catchment Area 280. Dr. A.K. Ravisankar, Department
of Chambal River’. of Population Studies, Annamalai
University, Tamil Nadu, ‘Developing
274. Dr. R Jeyshankar, Department of Library Essential Skills among Marginalized
and Information Science, Alagappa Social Groups for Meeting Sexual and
University, Tamil Nadu, ‘Information Reproductive Health (SRH) Needs’.
Literacy Skills in the Use of Electronic
Resources Among the Faculty of Rural 281. Dr. Gobind Singh Gure, Department of
Based Universities and its Affiliated Education, Vishva Bharati College of
Colleges in Southern Tamil Nadu’. Education, Haryana, ‘A Study of Factors
Influencing Mastery of Minimum Level
275. Dr. Devesh Vijay, Zakir Hussain of Learning in Cognitive Area of the
College, University of Delhi, Delhi, Students of Primary Schools of Haryana
‘Tracking Welfare: A Multi- Method & Chandigarh’.
Study of Anti- Poverty Programmes in
Two North Indian Communities since 282. Dr. Pyare Lal, Director, Bihar Institute of
Late Colonial Era’. Economic Studies, Patna, Bihar, ‘Study
on Change of Socio-Economic Structure
276. Dr. Ushvinder Kaur Popli, Department of Dalits Particularly Mushahar
of Social Work, Jamia Millia Islamia, Community in Bihar’.
Maulana Muhhamad Ali Juhar Marg,
New Delhi,‘Problems of the Elderly: A 283. Dr. N. J. Saleena, Kalapurackal,
Study of Old Age Pensioners in Delhi’. Kuthuparamba, Kerala, ‘Prevalence
and the Causes of Micronutrient
277. Dr. Rokaiya Begum, Department of Deficiencies among Tribal Women and
Sociology, Gyan Jyoti College, West Children in Wynad District of Kerala’.
Bengal, ‘Educational Status among
Muslims Women of North Bengal’. 284. Dr. Ashish Sinha, School of
Management, Doon University,
278. Dr. Satish Kumar, Department of Dehradun, Uttarkhand, ‘Resonant

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Leadership in Indian Organizations: An 291. Dr. P. Raja Babu, Department of MBA,


Investigative Study’. KLU Business School, K L University,
Andhra Pradesh, ‘A Study on Financial
285. Dr. Nagaraj M. Muggur, Centre for Inclusion in Krishna District: Andhra
Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Pradesh’.
Policy (CSSEIP), Mangalore University,
Mangalagangothri, Karnataka, ‘Impact of 292. Dr. S. Thanuskodi, Department of
MENREGA Programme on Livelihoods Library and Information Science,
of Scheduled Tribes in Karnataka: A Alagappa University, Tamil Nadu,
Case Study’. ‘Awareness and Use of e-Resources
among Social Scientists of Alagappa
286. Dr. Shivali Agarwal, New Mohan Puri, University and its Affiliated Colleges’.
Meerut, Uttar Pradesh,‘State of Human
Rights Awareness amongst the Indian 293. Dr. V. Anji Raju, Institute of Public
Women and Role of Civil Society: A Enterprise, Osmania University,
Case Study of Western Uttar Pradesh’. Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘Rural-Urban
Migration in Andhra Pradesh: A Study
287. Dr. Kartik Dave, School of on Socio-Economic Impact on the
Business, Public Policy and Social Families of Migratory Farmers’.
Entrepreneurship, Ambedkar University,
Delhi, ‘Service Quality in Restaurant 294. Dr. M. Suresh, School of Development
Industry: A Study of Selected States of Studies, Tata Institute of Social Science,
North India’. Mumbai, ‘Development in Post-Colonial
India: Practices and Experiences of a
288. Dr. A. Velayudhan, Department of Tribal Region’.
Psychology, Bharathiar University,
Tamil Nadu, ‘Effectiveness of Integrated 295. Dr. Kalyan Das, Omeo Kumar
Training for Learning Disabled Das Institute of Social Change and
Children’. Development, Guwahati, Assam
‘Development of Mountain Regions of
289. Dr. Shiavakumara K., PG Department North East India: Re-assessing Space in
of Psychology, Karnataka University, the Contemporary Context’.
Karnataka,‘Social-Emotional Development
of the Children in Relation to their 296. Dr. Dilip C. Nath, Department of
Montessori and Traditional Method of Statistics, Gauhati University, Assam,
Education’. ‘Assess the Health Status of Slum
Dwellers with Respect to Utilization of
290. Dr. Vinod Kumar Singh, Faculty Health Services and Socio-Demographic
of Management Studies, Gurukula Impact of the Same’,
Kangri Vishwavidyalaya, Haridwar,
Uttarakhand, ‘Work Culture in Higher 297. Dr. Nabam Nakha Hina, Department
Education-A Comparative Study of of Political Science, Rajiv Gandhi
the Impact of Work Culture on Faculty University, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh,
Members in Selected Institutions of ‘Administration of Justice through
Uttarakhand’. Customary Laws of Arunachal Pradesh’.

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298. Dr. Bibhuti Bhushan Barik, B.V. Rural 304. Dr. R. Sivakumar, Department of
Institute, Agra, Uttar Pradesh,‘Impact Political Science, Thiruvalluvar
of Kisan Credit Card Scheme on Farm Government Arts College, Namakkal,
Productivity and Income of Farmers in Tamil Nadu,‘Human Rights Violations
Western Uttar Pradesh- An Empirical and Social Exclusion of Marginalized
Analysis’. Groups in Tamil Nadu with Special
Reference to Dharmapuri and Madurai
299. Sh. Dattatray Sopan Yadav, Department Districts’.
of Commercial & Mercantile Law,
People’s College, Maharashtra, ‘The 305. Dr. Nagendra Kumar Maurya, Giri
Employment Situation of People with Institute of Developing Studies,
Disability in Maharashtra: Problems and Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh,‘Governance,
Prospects’. Growth and Fiscal Consolidation: A
Study of the Experience of Sub-National
300. Dr. Vibha Agnihotri, Department of Governments in India’.
Anthropology, Nari Shiksha Niketan
PG College, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, 306. Dr. Anamika Priyadarshini, Council
‘Gender Inequality in Access to for Social Development, New Delhi,
Education, Health and Nutrition among ‘Exploring Women Home Based
the Scheduled Caste Adolescents Girls Workers in the Paradox of Mapping
of Lucknow City’. Informal Labour and Declining Female
Labour Force Participation Rate’.
301. Dr. Param Jit Singh, Department of
Geography, Meerut College, Meerut, 307. Dr. T. Kavitha Tresa, Government
Uttar Pradesh, ‘Climate Change and Women’s College, Thiruvananthapuram,
Geo-Diversification in Agriculture: A Kerala, ‘Gender Hierarchy Within the
Sptatial Empirical Study of Western Differently Abled People’s Community
Uttar Pradesh’. and their Rehabilitation Measures: An
Enquiry Based on Kerala’.
302. Dr. Lewlyn L. Raj Rodrigues,
Department of Humanities and 308. Dr. H. C. Gautam, Department of
Management, Manipal Institute of Commerce, Gauhati University,
Technology, Karnataka, ‘Udupi Power Guwahati, Assam, ‘Socio-Economic
Corporation Limited in Nandikur: and Environment Impact of Small Tea
Assessment of the Environment and Cultivation in Select Districts of Assam’.
Socio Economic Impact’.
309. Dr. Soihiamlung Dangmei, Department
303. Dr. Shahila Zafar, School of Social of Political Sciences, Indira Gandhi
Sciences and Languages, VIT University, National Tribal University, Manipur,
Vellore, Tamil Nadu, ‘Motivation to ‘Conversion, Religious Reform and
Learn English as Second Language and Cultural Positioning of Tribes in North
Language Strategies Used by the Rural Ease India: A Study of Zeliangrong
Population of India’. Religion in Manipur’.

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310. Dr. Rajib Lochan Dhar, Department of (Autonomous), Tamil Nadu, ‘Impact of
Management, IIT, Roorkee, Uttarakhand, MGNREGA on Rural Livelihoods Study
‘Child Labour in the Restaurants and in Selected Districts of Tamil Nadu’.
Eateries: A Study of the Selected Cities
from the State of Jharkhand, India’. 317. Dr. Sanjay Kumar M. Gupta, Vakil Shri
D.H. Patel Department of Education,
311. Dr. Amitava Mitra, Department of Kadi Sarva Vishwavidyalaya, Gandhi
Economics, Rajiv Gandhi University, Nagar, Gujarat, ‘Assessment of
Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, Students Intelligence and Development
‘Productivity, Resources Use Efficiency of Pedagogy Compatible to their
and Livelihood Potions in Fisheries of Intelligence’.
Arunachal Pradesh- Opportunities and
318. Dr. Premlata Mainsam, Department
Challenges’.
of Education, Manipur University,
312. Dr. Anup Saikia, Department of Canchipur, Manipur, ‘Anxiety and
Geography, Gauhati University, Depression Difference among Tribal
Guwahati, Assam, ‘Where Does it Hurt? and Non-Tribal College Students’.
Spatial Dimensions of Primary Health 319. Dr. Sanjay Kumar, Department of
Centers in Rural Sonitpur and Karbi Defence Studies, Meerut College,
Anglong’. Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Strategic
Analysis of India- China Relations with
313. Dr. P. Indira Devi, Department of
Special Reference of Border Dispute’.
Agricultural Economics, College
of Horticulture, Kerala Agricultural 320. Dr. Mohanakumar S., Institute
University, Kerala, ‘Is Farm Labour of Development Studies, Jhalana
Compensated for the Occupational Institutional Area, Jaipur, Rajasthan,
Risks: An Attempt Employing Hedonic ‘Impact to MGNREGA on Rural Labour
Wage Model’. Market: A Comparative Analysis of
Kerala and Rajasthan’.
314. Dr. Shivani Kapoor, Dayanand Academy
of Management Studies, Govind Nagar, 321. Dr. Ramesh Kumar Sharma, Former
Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, ‘An Empirical Professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University,
Study on Women Entrepreneurship in New Delhi, ‘Targeted Public
Kanpur’. Distributions System in Himachal
Pradesh: A Study of Remote and
315. Dr. J. R. Letchumi, Advance Centre Inaccessible Areas’.
for Tamiology, Presidency College,
Chennai, Tamil Nadu,‘The Life Style of 322. Dr. P. Sanal Mohan, Director, IUCSSRE,
People of Valparai Tea Estate Scheduled School of Social Sciences, MG
Caste and Kadamparai Scheduled University, Kottayam, Kerala,‘Praxis
Tribes’. Intervention Research with the Dalit
Christians and other Marginalized
316. Dr. S. Jagadees Pandi, Department of Communities of Manjadikari, Kottayam
Economics, Government Arts College District, Kerala’.

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323. Dr. Shankar B. Ambhore, Department Indraprastha Estate, New Delhi,
of Economics, Smt. Dankunwar Mahila ‘Exploring the Witch Question in
Mahavidyalaya, Jalna, Maharashtra,‘A Changing Socio-economic and Political
Study of Financial and Physical Context in Selected States in India’.
Performance and Socio-Economic
Impact of Co-operative Sugar Factories 330. Dr. George T. Haokip, Department
in Maharashtra’. of Political Science, Government
Degree College, Kamalpur, Tripura,
324. Dr. Rajinder Singh Pathania, Govt. ‘Chieftainship in Modernity and
Degree College, Bharmour, Chamba, Constraints of Representative
Himachal Pradesh,‘The Gaddis of Democracy among the Kukis in Manipur,
Bharmour: A Study on Socio-Economic Nagaland, Assam and Northeastern
Change’. States’.

325. Dr. A. Kumudha, Department of Business 331. Dr. Dinesan V, Department of History,
Management, PSGR Krishnammal Government Brennen College,
College for Women, Coimbatore, Dharmadam, Thalassery, Kerala, ‘From
Tamil Nadu, ‘Role of NGO’s for Customary Service to Paid Labour:
Socio-Economic Development of An Ethnography of the Dalit Labour
Rural Areas through Information and Dynamics in Contemporary Malabar’.
Communication Technology: Empirical
332. Dr. Nand Lal Bharti, Department of
Study in Coimbatore District’.
Public Administration, University of
326. Dr. Anita Sharma, Department of Lucknow, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh,
Political Science, Manohari Devi Kanoi ‘Achieving Higher Education By
Scheduled Caste Students: A Study of
Girls College, Dibrugarh, Assam,
the Functioning and Performance of
‘Representation of Women in States
Rajeev Gandhi National Fellowship
Politics of Assam: A Study of Issues and
(RGNF) Scheme in Uttar Pradesh’.
Barriers (1985-2010)’.
333. Dr. H. Sudhir Kumar, Department of
327.
Dr. Niladri Das, Department of
History, Manipur University, Canchipur,
Management Studies, Indian School of
Imphal, Manipur, ‘Women’s Role in
Mines, Dhanbad, Jharkhand, ‘Evaluating
the Efficacy of Financial Inclusion in Peace Building and Conflict Resolution
Jharkhand’. in Contemporary Manipur’.

328. Dr. Radhika Labo, Birla College of 334. Dr. Vaishali Kharpade, Department of
Arts, Science and Commerce, Kalyan, Library and Information Science, Dr.
Maharashtra, ‘Impact of Socially Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada
Responsible Investment on Profitability: University, Aurangabad, Maharashtra,
A Study of Select Companies in India’. ‘Productivity Pattern of Scientist in
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada
329. Prof. Dev Nathan, Institute for University, Aurangabad : A Bibliometric
Human Development, IIPA Campus, Study’.

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Sponsored Projects 7. Dr. Lincon Reang, Department


of History, Tripura University,
1. Prof. Sikander Kumar, Department Suryamaninagar, Tripura, ‘An Analysis
of Economics, Himachal Pradesh on the Socio-Economic Conditions of
University, Summer-Hill, Shimla, the Reang Community: A Primitive
Hinachal Pradesh, ‘Economic Growth, Tribal Group of Tripura’, ` 10,00,000/-.
Poverty and Inequalities in the Tribal and
Non-Tribal Area of Himachal Pradesh’, 8. Prof. C.P. Chandrasekhar, cesp,
` 40,00,000/-. Jawaharlal Nehru University, New
Delhi, ‘Regional Financial and
2. Dr. S. M. Feroze, School of Social Regulatory Cooperation: A Study of
Sciences, College of Post Graduate
Prospects and Potential based on the
Studies, Umiam, RI-Bhoi, Meghalaya,
Experience of the Asian Region’,
‘Climate Change Impacts on Hill
` 45,00,000/-.
Agriculture in North Eastern Himalayas:
A Socio-economic Analysis’, 9. Dr. Subas Palshikar, Lokniti: Programme
` 20,00,000/-. for Comparative Democracy, Centre
for the Study of Developing Societies,
3. Dr. Indrajit D. Alte, Institute of
Delhi,‘State, Nation (S) and Public (S):
Management, Aurangabad, Maharashtra
‘Transmission of Values & Quality: An Studies Democratic Contestations’,
Assessment of Management Education ` 49,62,014/-.
in Maharashtra State’, ` 10,00,000/-.
10. Dr. Vinita Pandey, Department of
4. Dr. K. Shyamasundar, Dean & S. Sociology, Nizam College, Osmania
Srividhya, Mohamed Sathak College of University, Hyderabad, Telangana,
Arts & Science, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, ‘Internal Security and Community
‘Evaluating the Impact of Corporate Policing: Police Initiatives and
Governance on Performance of Listed Community Participation in Hyderabad’,
Companies-Tamil Nadu’, ` 20,00,000/-. ` 20,00,000/-.

5. Prof. K.S. Chalapati Rao, Institute for 11. Dr. Shilpi Kapur, The Energy and
Studies in Industrial Development, Resources Institute (TERI), New
Vasant Kunj, New Delhi, ‘India’s Delhi, ‘The Indian Middle Class:
Inward FDI Experience during the Post- Changing Consumption and Lifestyles’,
Liberalisation Period with Emphasis ` 30,00,000/-.
on the Manufacturing Sector’,
` 35,00,000/-. 12. Prof. Biswajit Das, Centre for Culture,
Media and Governance, Nelson
6. Prof. Subrata Dutta, Sardar Patel Mandela Road, Mujeeb Bagh, Jamia
Institute of Economic and Social Nagar, New Delhi, ‘Democracy: New
Research, Ahmedabad, Gujarat,‘Social, Publics-Mediated Public and Machines
Geographical and Organizational in Democracy’, ` 27,53,075/-.
Elements of a Community Oriented
Social Enterprise’, ` 30,00,000/-. 13. Dr. A. Selavaraj, Gobi Arts and Science

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College, Gobichettipalayam, Tamil Gandhigram, Tamil Nadu, Employment
Nadu,‘Impact of Micro Finance in Conditions and Employment Risks
Poverty Alleviation: A Study in Tamil among Vendors in the Cities of Tamil
Nadu’, ` 15,00,000/-. Nadu’, ` 15,52,000/-.

14. Prof. Sunanda Sen, Academy of Third 18. Dr. Vidhu Verma, Centre for Political
World Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, Studies, School of Social Sciences,
New Delhi, ‘A Multi-dimensional Jawaharlal Nehru University, New
Understanding of Imperial Order Delhi, ‘Law and Justice in the Post
and its Journey towards Neo-liberal Liberalization Era’, ` 19,98,000/-.
Globalization’, ` 42,85,000/-.
19. Dr. Harsh Mander, Director, Centre
15. Dr. Saumitra N. Bhaduri & Dr. Ekta for Equity Studies, Sarvodya Enclave,
Selarka, Madras School of Economics, New Delhi, ‘The Extent and Nature of
Gandhi Mandapam Road, Kottur, Individual Tribal Land Alienation: A
Chennai ‘Convergence of Corporate Study of Scheduled Areas in Madhya
Governance and Corporate Social Pradesh’, ` 40,00,000/-.
Responsibility: Implications for
Sustainability in Indian Companies’, 20. Dr. Sonali Mukherjee, Associate Fellow,
` 20,00,000/-. Council for Social Development,
New Delhi,‘Structural Basis Gender
16. Dr. Madhurima Nundy & Rama V. Violence: Analysis of Implications of
Baru, Associate Fellow, Institute of Adverse Sex Ratio in Haryana and West
Chinese Studies, Sri Rama Road Civil Bengal’, ` 15,00,000/-.
Line, Delhi, ‘Transnational Actors and
Commercialization of Health Care: A 21. Dr. Priyadarshini Vijaisri, Centre for the
China-India Comparative’,`15,00,000/-. Study of Developing Societies (CSDS),
Delhi,‘Gender, Caste and Religion:
17. Dr. Well Haorei, Department of Rural Violence in Post Colonial Societies’,
Industries and Managment, Gandhigram ` 20,00,000/-.
Rural Institute (Deemed University),

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Appendix-4

Research Fellowships

National Fellowships Awarded 8. Prof. Madhu Purnima Kishwar, Delhi


University, Delhi, ‘The Quintessential
1. Prof. Ram Prasad Sengupta, Centre for Oneness of Amar, Akbar and Anthony:
Studies in Social Sciences, Kolkata, Portrayal of Religious Minorities &
West Bengal, ‘Revisting Sustainable Their Relationship with the Hindu
Development and Road Map to Third Majority in Bollywood Films’.
Industrial Revolution’.
9. Prof. Satish K. Jain, Management
2. Prof. G. Nanchariah, University of
Development Institute (MDI), Gurgaon,
Hyderabad, Hyderabad, Telangana,
Haryana Domain Condistions and Social
‘Economic Policy and Development of
Responsibility’.
Dalits: Post Independence Period’.
3. Prof. R. Govinda, Council for Social 10. Prof. Shrikant B. Paranjpe, Savitri
Development, New Delhi, ‘Making Phule University, Pune, Maharashtra,
of Education a Fundamental Right: ‘National Identities and Myths in Nation
Interrogating the Premise, Principles, Building: Political Communication of
Promises and Prospects’. India’s Foreign and Security Policies’.

4. Prof. K.P Kanan, Laurie Baker Centre Senior Fellowships Awarded


for Habitat Studies, Kerela, ‘Assessing
and Interrogate the Development 1. Mr. Dipak Dasgupta, Council for
Experience of the State of Kerala’. Social Development (CSD), 53, Joseph
Stein Lane, Lodi Estate, New Delhi,
5. Prof. Indira Hirway, Centre for ‘Improving Small-Holder Agricultural
Development Alternative, Ahmedabad, Supply Response to Manage Food
Gujarat, ‘Incorporating Women in Inflation Meet Rising Urban Food
Labour Intensive Growth’. Demand and Adapt to Climate Change’.
6. Prof. Ajit K. Ghosh, Management
Development Institute (MDI), 2. Prof. R. V. Dadibhavi, Karnatak
Gurugram, Haryana, ‘Structural University, Dharwad, Karnataka,
Transformation of India’s Economy’. ‘Development Divide is Widening in
Karnataka- A Re-visit’.
7. Prof. K. Sudha Rao, Nitte Meenakshi
Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, 3. Dr. A. C. Kutty Krishna Nambiar,
Karnataka, ‘Higher Education Institute for Social and Economic
Governance in India: Facts and Impacts’. Change, Bengaluru, Karnataka,

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‘Perspectives on Rural Transformation New Delhi, ‘Rethinking Fiscal Policy,
with reference to Kerala Village’. Inequality and Globalization under
Federal Government Structure’.
4. Dr. P. M. Mathew, Cochin University of
11. Dr. V. Dhulasibirundha (Retd.), Madurai
Science and Technology, Cochin, Kerala,
Kamaraj University, Madurai, Tamil
‘Small and Medium Enterprises Policy
Nadu, ‘Sustainable Livelihood Assets
in the New Millennium: A Study on
Creation under MGNREGA Act in
Developed and Emerging Economies’.
Madurai District’.
5. Dr. Mohd. Anis Ansari, Giri Institute 12. Dr. Sarbjit Singh Chhina (Retd.), Institute
of Development Studies, Lucknow, of Social Sciences, Vasant Kunj, New
Uttar Pradesh, ‘Incidence of Inequality Delhi, ‘Constraints in the Development
among Marginalized Social Groups of Agro- Processing Industries in Rural
during Reform Period: A Study in Uttar Area of Punjab’.
Pradesh’.
13. Dr. Shail Singh (Retd.), Jawaharlal
Nehru College, Etah, Uttar Pradesh,
6. Dr. Syed Ajmal Pasha (Retd.), Institute
‘Dynamics of Socio-Economic
for Social and Economic Change (ISEC),
Transformation of Scheduled Castes in
Bengaluru, Karnataka, ‘Changing
Western Uttar Pradesh: An Empirical
Dimensions of Minority Communities –
Study’.
A Study from Karnataka’.
14. Dr. Arpan Kr. Sengupta (Retd),
7. Prof. T.R. Kundu (Retd.), Kurukshetra University of Lucknow, Lucknow, ‘An
University, Kurukshetra, Haryana, Evaluation of the Mechanism of Federal
‘Service-led Growth and Inequality in Fiscal Transfers in India with special
India: A Sectoral Analysis of Regional reference to Backward States’.
Inequality in Post Reforms Period’.
15. Dr. R. Neelamegam, V.H.N.S.N. College,
8. Prof. P. S. Mundinamani (Retd.),
Virudhunagar, Tamil Nadu, ‘Passengers
Karnataka University, Dharwad,
Perception of Service Quality of Indian
Karnataka, ‘The Finances and Working
Railways: A Study in Madurai Division
of Panchayat Raj Institutions in
of Southern Railway Zone’.
Karnataka’.
9. Dr. Sant Lal Arora, Institute for Human 16. Dr. Chandan Kumar Sahoo, National
Development, New Delhi, Delhi, Institute of Technology Rourkela,
‘Contributory Pension Provision in Rourkela, Odisha, ‘Legal Provisions
India: Coverage, Performance and and Quality of Life of Building and
Perspectives for Cost Effectiveness and Construction Workers: An Impact
Sustainability’. Assessment Study in Odisha’.

10. Prof. Pinaki Chakraborti, National 17. Dr. Chandrashekhara B. Damle, Institute
Institute of Public Finance and Policy, for Social and Economic Change,

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Bengaluru, Karnataka, ‘Land Reforms: 26. Dr. Girvar Singh Rathore, Vidhya
Land Rights and Agrarian Dynamics’. Sagar Girls P.G. College, Bassi, Jaipur,
Rajasthan, ‘Anatomy of Land Record
18. Dr. Ashok Kumar, Institute for Human Administration in India (A Comparative
Development, Indraprastha Estate, New Study)’.
Delhi, ‘Pattern of Substance Abuse
among Street Children in Delhi’. 27. Dr. Kathinka R. Sinha, Asian
Development Research Institute
19. Prof. Sushma Sood, University of (ADRI), Patna, Bihar, ‘In the Aftermath
Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Role of of States Recoganization: Case- Study
Media and Judicial Activism in Women on the Impact of the Bihar-Jharkhand
Empowerment in India – A Sociological Border (2000-present)’.
Study’. 28. Dr. Anil Dhar, Jain Vishva Bharati
20. Prof. Rita Brar, Delhi School of Institute (Deemed University) Ladnum,
Economics, University of Delhi, Delhi, Rajasthan, ‘Anekant and Western
‘The National Green Tribunal: A Socio- Philosophy: An Analytical Study’.
Legal Analysis’. 29. Prof. Miriam Ittyerah, Delhi University
Delhi, ‘Rehabilitation Psychology: A
21. Dr. Surinder K. Shukla, Panjab
Social Concern for Development’.
University, Chandigarh, Punjab,
‘Gender and Public Policy in India’. 30. Dr. Akhilesh Chandra Vashistha,
Meerut College, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh,
22. Prof. Ashwani Kumar, Tata Institute ‘Educational Alienation of Socially
of Social Sciences, Deonar (East), Advantaged and Socially Disadvantage
Maharashtra, ‘Is India a Case of Ordered Students in Indian Universities’.
or Fragmented Welfare State? The Case
of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural 31. Prof. Rajalakshmi Sriram, M. S.
Employment Guarantee Act’. University of Baroda, Gujarat,
‘Demystifying Fathering in India:
23. Prof. P. S. Jayaramu (Retd), Bengaluru Multiple Perspectives’.
University, Bengaluru, Karnataka,
‘Changing Composition and Functioning 32. Dr. A. Mathew, National University of
of the Karnataka Legislature’. Education Planning and Administration,
Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi, ‘State
24. Dr. Manjari Katju, University of Policies on Higher Education: Policy
Hyderabad, Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘The Evolution on Critical Aspects’.
Election Commission and Electoral
Practice in India’. 33. Dr. M. Solayan, Sri Venkateswara
College of Education, Peravurani,
25. Prof. P. Periakaruppan, Madurai Tamil Nadu, ‘Developing Reading
Kamaraj University, Madurai, Tamil Material to Improve the Communicative
Nadu, ‘Educational Status of Dalit Competence of the Teacher Trainees
Students at Primary Schools in Southern Enrolled in the Rural B.Ed. Colleges in
Districts of Tamil Nadu’. Tamil Nadu’.

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34. Prof. Gopal Krishna Panda, Utkal 40. Prof. K. E. Sriramappa, University of
University, Bhubneshwar, Odisha, Mysore, Mysore, Karnataka, ‘Impact
‘Vulnerability Analysis and Risk of Financial Inclusion on Women,
Assessment of Natural Hazards of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes
Odisha with Special Reference to under Rural Development Programmes
Disaster Development Linkages’. in Karnataka’. (SC)
35. Prof. Mantu Mohan Jana, Asutosh 41. Prof. Shankar Bhagwan Ambhore, Smt.
College, P.G. Department of Geography, Dankunwar Mahila Mahavidyalaya,
Kolkata, ‘Study of Major Socio- Jalna, Maharashtra, ‘A Study of
Economic Problems and Formulation of Impact of Government’s Policies and
Strategies for Development in the East Programmes on Gross Enrolment
Kolkata Wetlands Area (Ramsor Site)’. Ratio of SC and ST Students in Higher
36. Prof. Farasat Ali Siddiqui, Aligarh Education with special reference to
Muslim University, Aligarh, Uttar Educationally Backward Districts in
Pradesh, ‘Analysis of Family Structure, Maharashtra State’. (SC)
Education-Employment Led Rural-
42. Dr. Vinod Kumar, B.H.U., Varanasi,
Urban Migrations and their Effects
Uttar Pradesh, ‘Asanghathit Chettrro
on Fertility Differential and Rural
mein Karyarat Anusuchit Jati ke
Development: A Micro Level Study of
Baalsramik (Purvanchal mein Anusuchit
Deoria District, U.P’.
Jati ke Bal Shramik ke Samajik- Arthik
37. Dr. Rita Mathur, School of Audiology Pristhabhumi evam Karya Dashaon ka
and Speech Pathology, Bharati Samaj Vaigyanik Adhyayan)’. (SC)
Vidyapeeth (Deemed University), Pune,
‘Bilingual First Language Acquisition 43. Prof. Kalyan Sankar Mandal, Indian
and Multilingualism: Study of Parameter Institute of Management, Kolkata, West
Setting in Child Language Acquisition Bengal,‘Poverty Alleviation in India’.
with Case Studies of Hindi and English (SC)
Speaking Normal and Learning Disabled
44. Dr. Sangh Mittra (Retd.), Indian
Bilingual Children Aged 2-7 Years Old’.
Archaeological Society, New Delhi, ‘Dr.
38 Dr. Smita Das (Retd), Centre for Applied B. R. Ambedkar’s Vision on Women
Linguistics and Translation Studies, Empowerment in India’. (SC)
University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad,
45. Dr. Pagadala Hariram Anand,
Telangana, ‘Odishan Material Culture
of Excellence and Goddess Cult: A Government Arts College
Dravidian Substratum’. (Autonomous), Kumbakonam, Tamil
Nadu, ‘Dengue Epidemic Control and
39. Prof. G. P. Pandey, Assam University, Management: A GIS based Study of
Silchar, Assam, ‘Impact of TV Socio-Economic Environment in Two
Advertisement on Adolescents: A study Epidemic Prone Cultural Regions of
of Silchar Town of Assam’. Peninsular India’. (SC)

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46. Dr. Prahlad Rai (Retd), University of 6. Dr. Santosh Kumar Singh, Jawaharlal
Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘NGOs in Nehru University, New Delhi,
International Law’. (SC) ‘Discrimination and Poverty: A Study of
Rural Labour Market in Uttar Pradesh’.
47. Shri Sajjan Malleshi, Gulbarga
University, Gulbarga, Karnataka, ‘Legal- 7. Dr. Seema Pareek University of
Dilemma in the Financial Management Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Education
of Debt Recovery Tribunal – Law’. and Inclusive Growth’.
(SC)
8. Dr. S. Marulu Reddy, Andhra University,
Post-Doctoral Fellowships Awarded Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh,
‘Determinants of Life Insurance
1. Dr. Anusree Paul, Jawaharlal at Household Level: An Empirical
University, New Delhi, ‘The Trade Analysis of Andhra Pradesh’.
Effects of Endogenous Regional Trade
Agreements: A Case of India’. 9. Dr. Sumit Kumar, Punjab University,
Chandigarh, Punjab, ‘Morbidity in
2. Dr. Moumita Mukherjee, Institute of India: Causes and Consequences’.
Development Studies, Kolkata, West
Bengal, ‘Decoding Childhood Under- 10. Dr. A. Rajani, Centre for Economic
nutrition under Climate Crisis, Chronic and Social Studies (CESS), Hyderabad,
Poverty, Inaccessibility and Designing Telangana, ‘Impact of Loan Waiver
Sustainable Model for the Sundarbans, Scheme on Farmers Distress in Andhra
Pradesh: The Case of Guntur District’.
India’.
11. Dr. C. Thirupalu, Sri Krishnadevaraya
3. Dr. Nivedita Sharma, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, Anantapuram, Andhra
University, New Delhi, ‘Exploring the
Pradesh, ‘Employment Generation
Structure and Patterns of Feminisation
among Rural Women through Non-farm
of Labour in Contract Farming: A Case
Sector-A Study in Rayalaseema Region
Study of Punjab and Karnataka’.
of Andhra Pradesh’.
4. Dr. Ritu Singh, Institute of Development 12. Dr. Jayan T., Institute of Economic
Studies, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Household Growth, Delhi, ‘Targeted Public
Energy Use, Gender, and Human Distribution System among Tribal
Development: An Exploratory Analysis Households in South India’.
of Rural Rajasthan’.
13. Dr. Yogesh Kumar Shukla, Vikram
5. Dr. Mohd Ibrahim Wani, Centre of University, Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh,
Central Asian Studies, University of ‘Employment and Social Security
Kashmir, Hazratbal, Srinagar, Jammu in Unorganized Sector in India: An
and Kashmir, ‘Energy Crises in Jammu Economic Analysis’ (With special
& Kashmir State: A Study in the Context reference to Balrampur District in Uttar
of Energy Efficiency’. Pradesh)’.

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14. Dr. M. Muralimohan, Sri Venkateswara 21. Dr. Chandrika Sharma, J.R.N. Rajasthan
University, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, Vidhyapeeth University, Udaipur,
‘Micro Credit: An Engine of Inclusive Rajasthan, ‘A Study of Linkages of
Growth and Empowerment of the Growth and Poverty in India: A Case
Women – A Case Study in Rayalaseema Study of Udaipur District of Rajasthan’.
Region of Andhra Pradesh’.
22. Dr. Deepika, J. S. Hindu (P.G) College,
15. Dr. Vipin Negi, Keshav Mahavidyalaya, Amroha. ‘Emerging Issues in Daily
Pitampura, Delhi, ‘The Impacts Production and Management in
of Foreign Direct Investment on Himachal Pradesh’.
Manufacturing Wages during the Post-
reforms Period in India’. 23. Dr. Abhijit Bharti, Banaras Hindu
University, Varanasi, ‘Role of Skill
16. Dr. S. Vijay Sekhar Raju, Sri
Development in Social Accounting
Krishnadevaraya University, Anantapur,
Systems (With special reference to
Andhra Pradesh, ‘Social Inclusion in
Eastern Uttar Pradesh)’.
Drinking Water Service Delivery: A
Study in Andhra Pradesh’. 24. Dr. Vikas Pandey, J. S. Hindu (P.G)
17. Dr. Gaurav Agarwal, J. S. Hindu (P.G.) College, Amroha, Uttar Pradesh, ‘A
College, Amroha, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Food Demand and Supply Analysis of Quality
Security and Crop Diversification in in Higher Education: A Study in Uttar
India: An Emprical Analysis of Uttar Pradesh State’.
Pradesh’.
25. Dr. Sandeep Kumar, Giri Institute of
18. Dr. Ch. Lakshmi Kumari, Institute Development Studies, Lucknow, Uttar
of Public Enterprise, Hyderabad, Pradesh, ‘Impact of Firm Performance
Telangana, ‘Impact of Memorandum on Employment and Wages in Indian
of Understanding on Performance Organized Manufacturing Sector’.
Evaluation of State Level Public
Enterprises in India’. 26. Dr. Parashram Jakappa, BITS Pilani,
K.K. Birla Goa Campus, Rajasthan,
19. Dr. Dimple Paliwal, Mohanlal Sukhadia ‘Problems and Prospects of India’s
University, Udaipur, Rajasthan, ‘A Cashew Export’.
Study of Employment Trends among
Tribal Women in Rajasthan (with special 27. Dr. Neha Seth, University of Delhi,
reference to Udaipur District)’. Delhi, ‘European Debt Crisis and
International Stock Markets: Analysis
20. Dr. K. Harika, Andhra University, of Volatility Spillover and Contagion’.
Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh,
‘Empowerment with Micro Credit as 28. Dr. Pawan Kumar, Institute of Public
Poverty Alleviation Strategy and Gender Enterprise, Hyderabad, Telangana,
Relations: A Study of Women Self Help ‘Asset Pricing and Valuation of CPSEs
Groups in Andhra Pradesh’. Quoted in Stock Markets in India’.

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29. Dr. K. Kishore Kumar Reddy, Sri ‘Economics of Organic Farming


Venkateswara University, Tirupati, in Different Crops: A Comparative
Andhra Pradesh, ‘An Analytical Study Analysis Between Two Northern States
of Poultry Industry in A.P. - Growth of Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh’.
Trends, Structure, Performance,
Problems and Strategies’. 36. Dr. S. Rajaram, Madurai Kamaraj
University, Madurai, Tamil Nadu,
30. Dr. J. Seenaiah Osmania University, ‘Developing a Model for Indian
Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘Exploring the Customer Satisfaction Index (ICSI) with
Potential for Marketing of Tourism in special reference to Service Sectors – A
Telangana State’. Servqual Approach’.

31. Dr. B. Parashu Ramulu, Kakatiya 37. Dr. Tajdar Mohammad, Aligarh Muslim
University, Warangal, Telangana, University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh,
‘Performance of Public Sector Banks in ‘Integrated ICT based Model: A Farmer
the Changing Banking Environment – A – Centric Agribusiness Supply Chain
Study of Select Banks’. Delivery Approach’.
32. Dr. Mohd. Athar Noor, Aligarh Muslim 38. Dr. Vivek S.A., Manipal University
University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, ‘An Manipal, Karnataka, ‘A Study on
Empirical Analysis of Long Run and the Implications of Large Scale In-
Short Term Portfolio Diversification Migration on Social Fabric of Kerala’.
Opportunities: A Case Study of Blue
Chip Companies of Indian Stock 39. Dr. Ch. Srikanth, Kakatiya University,
Market’. Warangal, Telangana, ‘Competency
Mapping of Teachers and Students in
33. Dr. Ch. V. Krishna Reddy, Acharya Management Education – A Study in
Nagarjuna University, Guntur, Andhra Telangana State’.
Pradesh, ‘An Exploratory Study on the
Operational, Financial and Sociological 40. Dr. Kshetrimayum, Manipur University,
Issues of the Mahatma Gandhi National Manipur, ‘Tourism Industry in North-
Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme East India in the Wake-up of India’s
(A Case Study of Selected District in Look East Policy: With Special
Andhra Pradesh)’. Reference to Manipur’.

34. Dr. Manish Tandon, J. S. Hindu (P.G) 41. Dr. Sandhya Maliye, Council for Social
College, Amroha, Uttar Pradesh, Development, Hyderabad, Telangana,
‘Financial Inclusion through Micro ‘Need for a Renewed Approach in
Finance Products with Special Reference Encouraging Entrepreneurship with
to Micro SIPs: A Case Study of Religious Special Reference to Persons with
Minorities of Southern Rajasthan’. Disabilities’.

35. Dr. Amber Goel, J.S. Hindu (P.G) 42. Dr. Jay Prakash Singh, Banaras Hindu
College, Amroha, Uttar Pradesh, University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh,

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‘Aapravasi Vidhyarthiyo dwara 49. Dr. Meenakshi, Banaras Hindu
Satmikrit Antrrasanskritik Vyavasthapan University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh,
ka Samajsastriya Adhyayan (Varanasi ‘Shrinking Horizon for Handloom
mein Siksharat Videsi Chhatrro par Weavers of Banarasi Saree: A
Adharit)’. Sociological Study on Socio-Economic
Condition of Handloom Weavers
43. Dr. Ankur Pare, Mata Jija Bai (Banarasi Saree) in Varanasi City’.
Government Girls P. G. College, Indore,
Madhya Pradesh, ‘Madhya Pradesh ke 50. Dr. Kamalesh Pal, Banaras Hindu
Vikas mein Jal Vidhut evam Sinchai University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh,
Pariyojna se Prabhavit Parivaro ka ‘Janjatiyon mein Sanskriti, Siksha evam
Samajshashtriya Adhyayan’. Swasthya ke Badalte Pratiman (Madhya
Paradesh ke Chhindwada evam Betul
44. Dr. Vinay Kumar Singh, Banaras Hindu Jeele ke Gond Janjatiyon ka ek Samaj
University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, Shashtriya Adhyayan)’.
‘Prayatan ke Vividh Samajik, Dharmik
evam Sanskritik Aayam (Varanasi 51. Dr. Manju Chauhan, R.S.M. (P.G)
Janpad Par Aadhirat Samajshattshtriya College, Dhampur, Bijnor, Uttar
Adhyayan)’. Pradesh, ‘Tharu Janjaati ke Lok Sahitya
ka Bhasik evam Samajik Adhyayan
45. Dr. Shireen Mirza, Centre for Social (Uttrakhand ke Vishesh Sandarbh
Development of Societies (CSDS), mein)’.
New Delhi, ‘Aspiring for Authenticity:
Notions of Truth and Legality in a 52. Dr. Nitu Rani, K.L. Shastri Degree
Mumbai Slum’. College, Dadri, Uttar Pradesh,
‘Aadiwasiyon mein Vikas ki Samasya
46. Dr. Rafia Kazim, Council for Social evam Chunotiyan (Madhya Pradesh
Development, Hyderabad, Telangana, ki Kol Ve Sehriya Janjati ke Vishesh
‘Challenges and Prospects of Multi Sandarbh mein)’.
Lingual Education: An Ethnographic
Study of Students from the Urdu Speech 53. Dr. Kumar Vivek Kant, Banaras Hindu
Community in the City of Hyderabad’. University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh,
‘Parivartan Yuva Manovritiyan,
47. Dr. Manoj Kumar Yadav, Banaras Hindu Aakanshayein evam Samajik Mulye
University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, (Varanasi Nagar ke Yuvao Par Aadharit
‘Naksalvaad Utpeedhit: ek Samaj ek Samaj Vyaganik Adhyayan)’.
Vegyanik Adhyayan’.
54. Dr. Lokendra Kumar, Ch. Charan Singh
48. Dr. Bharat Singh, Banaras Hindu University, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh,
University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Gramin Parivaro mein Mahila Siksha:
‘Nagariye Padosh: Varanasi Sehar ke ek Samajshashtriye Adhyayan (Meerut
Bahumanzali Emarto evam Prachin Janpad ke Vishesh Sandarbh mein)’.
Bastiyon (Pakka Mahal) mein Rehne
Valo ka Samajshashtriya Adhyayan’. 55. Dr. Ram Dhanee Pal, Banaras Hindu

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University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, Sukhadia University, Udaipur,


‘73ve Sanvidhan Sansodhan aur Dalit Rajasthan, ‘Traditional Caste Panchayat:
Mahila Sashaktikaran (Varanasi Janpad Continuity and Change’.
ke Chirayigaon Vikas Khand Par Adharit
63. Dr. Deepandra, N.A.S (P.G) College,
ek Samajshastriya Adhyayan)’.
Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Nagriya Yuvayo
56. Dr. Amit Bisla, Meerut College, Meerut, mein Ubharti Adhunik Jeevan Sheili
Uttar Pradesh, ‘Bharat mein Baal (Bhumandaliye ke Vishesh Sandarbh
Shram: ek Samajik Samasya ke Roop mein)’.
mein (Uttar Pradesh ke sandarbh mein 64. Dr. Sumitra Sharma, University
ek Visleshnatmak Adhyayan)’. of Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan,
‘Globalization, Social Mobility
57. Dr. Reena Jain, University of
and Scheduled Caste: With Special
Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Samajik
Reference to Scheduled Caste Women
Samanjasyata mein Jain Dharm evam
of Jaipur & Sikar Districts of Rajasthan’.
Darshan ka Yogdan’.
65. Dr. Hemant Kumar, Lucknow University,
58. Dr. Babita Mahawar, University of Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Nashe mein
Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Kishoro Dubta Bachpan’.
mein Badti Apchari Pravarti ka Vyakteek
Adhyayan Aadharit Samajsashtriya 66. Dr. Asif Saeed, Aligarh Muslim
Vishleshan: Jaipur Sehar ke Vishesh University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh,
Sandarbh mein’. ‘Bhartiye Musalmano ki Samasyayein:
ek Manovegyanik evam Samajik
59. Dr. Archana Prasad, Kamala Nehru Adhyayan (Muslim Yuva Varg ke
College, University of Delhi, Delhi, Vishesh Sandarbh mein)’.
‘The ‘Un-regulated Zone: Livelihood, 67. Dr. Sushil Kumar Sharma, D. J. College,
Lifestyle and Aspiration of Industrial Baraut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Marginalisation
Labour in Gurgaon, India’. and Denotified-Nomadic Tribes in
Maharashtra’.
60. Dr. Yogesh Sharma, University of
Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Bhartiye 68. Dr. Surekha S. Bhusare, Gulbarga
Samaj mein Badalte Vevahik Pratimano University, Gulbarga, Karnataka,
ka Samajshashtriye Adhyayan: Jaipur ‘Impact of Globalization and Advanced
Sehar ke Vishesh Sandarbh mein’. Technology on Rural Artisans and
61. Dr. Manish Kumar, Shri Atal Bihari Handicrafts: A Study in Kalaburagi
Vajpeyi Shaskiye Kala evam Vaneejya District’.
Mahavidhalaya, Indore, Madhya
69. Dr. Suma Divakar, Kerala Agricultural
Pradesh, ‘Aids ka Parivar evam Samaj
University, Kerala, ‘Assessment of the
Par Prabhav (Madhya Pradesh ke
Household Food and Nutrition Security
Vishesh Sandarbh mein)’.
of Landless Workers in Trivandrum
62. Dr. Mangi Lal Janwa, Mohanlal District’.

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70. Dr. K. Ramalinga Reddy, Sri 77. Dr. Bishnu Mohan Dash, Dr Bhim Rao
Venkateswara University, Tirupati, Ambedkar College, Delhi, ‘Social Work
Andhra Pradesh, ‘A Study on Fertility Education through Open and Distance
and Mortality Trends among Sugali, a Learning: A Study in Delhi’.
Tribal Population of Andhra Pradesh’.
78. Dr. Ramesh Kumar, University of
71. Dr. Doyel Dasgupta, CST, New Delhi, Lucknow, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh,
‘New Born Care Practice: A Study in ‘Uttar Pradesh mein Mahatma Gandhi
Rural Areas of Purulia District, West Rastriya Gramin Rojgaar Gaurantee
Bengal’. Adhiniyam ka Gramin Vikas Par
Prabhav’.
72. Dr. Sandesh K. S., University of Mysore,
Karnataka, ‘Health Seeking Behavior of 79. Dr. G. Ramalingappa, Sri Krishnadevaraya
TB Patients with Pulmonary Symptoms University, Anantapuram, Andhra
on Dots-plus (Directly Observed Pradesh, ‘Improving Livelihood
Treatment, Short Course-Plus) in Security of Rural People through
Dakshina Kannada, Karnataka, India’. Agricultural Development in Drought
Prone Areas – A Study of Anantapur
73. Dr. Suchismita Mishra, Bengaluru District in Andhra Pradesh’.
University, Bengaluru, ‘Migration
80. Dr. Madhuri Ramchandra Ikhar,
and Maternal Health: Understanding
Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya
Utilization, Perceptions and
Hindi Vishwavidyalaya, Wardha,
Expectations among Migrant Women
Maharashtra, ‘Do Women with More of
in Bengaluru City in the Context of
‘Social Capital’ are more Empowered?
Poverty and Livelihood Insecurity’.
- A Cross-Sectional Study from Rural
74. Dr. Mowsume Bose Roy, North Bengal Wardha, Central India’.
University, Darjeeling ‘Changing 81. Dr. Yogesh Narayan Singh, Banaras
Scenario of Rabha Women in West Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar
Bengal with Reference to their Role and Pradesh, ‘A Study of Socio-Economic
Status’. Status of Sweepers in Varanasi (Special
Reference to Urban Area)’.
75. Dr. Rinkoo Wadhera, Centre for
Women Development Studies, New 82. Dr. Pragyan Mohanty, Nabakrushna
Delhi, ‘Dancing Gods and Travelling Choudhury Centre for Development
Goddesses: Rethinking Gender and Studies, Bhubneshwar, Odisha,
Agency in the Folk Epics of Central ‘Situational Analysis of the Status of
Himalayas’. Unwed Mothers in Odisha’.
76. Dr. S. Thippa Reddy, S. K. University, 83. Dr. Virendra Singh, K. G. K. College,
Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh, Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Alternative
‘MGNREGS and Its Impact on Rural Livelihoods of Women Fisher Folk:
Women: A Study of Rayalaseema Empowerment Perspective and
Region, Andhra Pradesh’. Ergonomic Challenges’.

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84. Dr. Nasrin Banu, Aligarh Muslim Empowerment of Women Partipation


University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, in MGNREGA- A Special Reference to
‘Status of Women in National Capital Telangana State’.
Territory of Delhi: A Livelihoods
91. Dr. P. Narender Reddy, University of
Perspective’.
College of Arts and Social Sciences,
85. Dr. Moina Khan, Jamia Millia Islamia Osmania University, Hyderabad,
University, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi, Telangana, ‘Performance of Women
‘Women Empowerment & Sustainable Public Representatives in Panchayati
Raj Institutions in Telangana State: A
Development: The Need & Relevance
Comparative Study of Nalgonda and
of Community Radio Stations’.
Rangareddy District’.
86. Dr. Kiran Rathore, Vikram University,
92. Dr. Samir Ahmad Bhat, Kashmir
Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, ‘Role of Health University, Hazratbal, Jammu &
Insurance and Health Care Finance in Kashmir, ‘Making Borders Irrelevant in
Occupational Health Hazards: An Study Divided Jammu and Kashmir: Concept
of Industrial Workers in Ujjain’. and Practice’.
87. Dr. Harsha Sharma, D.A.V. (P.G) 93. Dr. Muhammed Ghous, University of
College, Bulandshahar, Uttar Pradesh, Hyderabad, Hyderabad, Telangana,
‘Income Generation and Livelihood ‘Political Empowerment of Muslims
Security among Dalits: A Study of in Telangana State: Issues of
MGNERGA Scheme in Uttar Pradesh’. Representation & Participation 2004-
2014’.
88. Dr. Sunil Kumar, Ch. Charan Singh 94. Dr. Hidam Premananda, Jawaharlal
University, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, Nehru University, New Delhi,
‘Gramin Vikas mein Suchna ‘Demographics of a Nation: Statistics,
Prodogiki ka Mahatv e-Governance Population and Popular Politics in
ke Sandarbh mein: Uttar Pradesh India’.
Rajya ke Gautambudhnagar Jile ka ek
95. Dr. Md. Adil Ghaznavi, Aligarh Muslim
Anubhavmulak Prasashnik Adhyayan’,
University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh,‘Role
89. Dr. Sudhir Dutt Gaur, D.A.V. (P.G) of Non-Governmental and Socio-
College, Bulandshahar, Uttar Pradesh, Religious Organizations in the Clean
‘Panchayati Raj Vyavastha evam Dalit ka Ganga Mission at Varanasi: A Human
Rights Perspective’.
Samajik-Rajnetik Samavesikaran: Uttar
Pradesh ke Muradabad Sambhaag ke 96. Dr. Om Prakash, M.P. Institute of Social
Gramo ka ek Visleshnatmak Adhyayan’. Science Research, Ujjain, Madhya
Pradesh, ‘Loktantrik Vikendriyakaran,
90. Dr. Veera Babu, University College Swashasan evam Anusuchit Janjatiyon
of Arts & Social Sciences, Osmania ke Rajnitik Samajikaran ka Badalta
University, Hyderabad, Telangana, Paridrishya: Madhya Pradesh ke Gramo
‘Socio- Political and Economic ka ek Adhyayan’.

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97. Dr. Manju Solanki, Ch. Charan Singh 104. Dr. Lalita Sharma, University of
University, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘21vi Sadi
‘Social Isolation of Minorities: A mein Bharat ki Videsh Niti: Nirantarta
Comparative Study of Muslim Localities evam Parivartan’.
in Delhi and Meerut City’.
105. Dr. Vadranam Suresh, Pondicherry
98. Dr. Doongar Lal Sharma, R.J. University, Puducherry, ‘Status and
Mahavidhyala Raipur, Aligarh, Uttar Working of Grassroots Governance in
Pradesh, ‘Kishano ki Badti Aatmhatya Tamil Nadu during 1992 and 2012’.
(Uttar Pradesh ke Sandarbh mein
Visleshnatmak ek Adhyayan)’. 106. Dr. Madhav Prasad Gupta, M. P.
Institute of Social Science, Ujjain,
99. Dr. Priyanka Vaishnav, Seth R. C. S. Madhya Pradesh, ‘People’s Participation
College, Durg, Chhattisgarh, ‘Garibi in Grassroots Governance: A Study with
Unmulan mein MANREGA ke Karyo Special Reference to Village in Madhya
ka ek Rajnetic Adhyayan: (Rajnandgaon Pradesh’.
Jeele ke Vishesh Sandarbh mein)’.
107. Dr. Pawan Kumar, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, ‘Political Corruption and
100. Dr. Padam Singh, Mohan Lal Sukhadia
Democracy: Evaluating the Relationship
University, Udaipur, Rajasthan, ‘The
through Democratic Audit in India’.
Role of MNREGA in Development and
Empowerment of Scheduled Caste & 108. Dr. K. Chennakesavulu, Sri
Scheduled Tribe: A Comparative Study Krishnadevaraya University, Anantapur,
of Alwar & Udaipur District’. Andhra Pradesh, ‘Role of ICT in
Providing Good Governance- A Study
101. Dr. Mohd. Shaf Bhat, Devi Ahliya of MEE- SEVA Kendras in Andhra
University, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, Pradesh’.
‘Dyamics of Indentity Politics in Jammu
& Kashmir’. 109. Dr. Radhu Panwar, B.S.M (P.G) College,
Roorkee, Haridwar, Uttarakhand,
102. Dr. Gauri Mishra, Deen Dayal Upadhyay ‘Majduro mein Madak Dravyo ka Badta
Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur, Uttar Paryog: Samajik Samasya ke Roop mein
Pradesh, ‘Maanwadhikar ki Avdharna ek Visleshnatmak Adhyayan’.
(Mahilaon ne Baccho ke Vishesh
110. Dr. Anuj Agarwal, Ginni Devi Moti
Sandarbh mein)’. College, Modinagar, Uttar Pradesh,
‘Role of Right to Information in
103. Dr. Arun Kumar Verma, University Strengthening the Panchayati Raj
of Lucknow, Lucnow, Uttar Pradesh, Institutions in Uttar Pradesh’.
‘Bharat mein Sanghvad: Vaishvikrit
Prisithitiyo ke Sandarbh mein Sanghiye 111. Dr. Vijay Kumar Sahu, Seth R.C.S. Arts &
Loktantra ke Samksh Chunautiyan evam Commerce College, Durg, Chattisgarh,
Sambhavnaye’. ‘Chhattisgarh ke Kabirdham Jeele mein

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Bega Janjati ke Vikas mein Panchyatiraj 119. Dr. Vijay Kumar, Jawaharlal Nehru
Vyavastha ki Bhumika: ek Rajnetic University, New Delhi, ‘India’s Energy
Vishleshan’. Security and the Role of Central Asian
States’.
112. Dr. Manoj Kumar, Ch. Charan Singh
University, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, 120. Dr. Balal Ali, Jamia Millia Islamia,
‘Naxalite Movement in Orissa: A Jamia Nagar, New Delhi, ‘India - Israel
Sociological Study’. Relations: Changing Dynamics and
Future Prospects’.
113. Dr. Jitendra Kumar, Banaras Hindu
University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, 121. Dr. Pradeep Singh Sekhawat,
‘Naagrik Samaj ka Samkalin Vimarsh: University of Rajasthan, Jaipur,
Gandhivadi Pratiman’. Rajasthan, ‘Rajasthan mein Sehrikaran
ki Samasyaon ka Vivechan: Sthaniye
114. Dr. Mahadev Singh, University of
Nikayo ki Bhumika ka Vishleshnatmak
Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘India-
Pakistan Relations: Policies and Adhyayan’.
Strategies (A Comparative Study of 122. Dr. V. Pardha Saradhi, Osmania
UPA and NDA Governments)’. University, Hyderabad, Telangana,
115. Dr. Geeta Rani, N.A.S. College ‘Panchayati Raj, Good Governance,
Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Bharat- China Bureaucracy and Rural Development
Sambandho ka Ranneetik Visleshan in Telangana State: Perspectives,
(Seema Vivad ke Vishesh Sandarbh Challenges & Strategies’.
mein )’.
123. Dr. T. Aishwarya, Osmania University,
116. Dr. Sant Prakash Singh, Jawaharlal Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘Building
Nehru University, New Delhi, ‘India – Quality of Life for Urban Poor beyond
Russia Civil Nuclear Trade Post Indo- Livelihood - Study of Southern State of
Us Civil Nuclear Deal’. India’.

117.
Dr. Padmashree, Institute of 124. Dr. B. Ramesh, Osmania University,
Development Studies (IDS), Jaipur, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh,
Rajasthan, ‘Changing Political Regimes ‘Implementation of Watershed
in Nepal and Their Impact on Indo- Programmes in India – A Comparative
Nepal Relatoins: A Study in the Context Study of Andhra Pradesh & Karnataka
of Post 1990 Period’. States’.

118.
Dr. Rekha Rani, Km. Mayawati 125. Dr. Bijendra Pal, J. V. College,
Govt. Girls (P.G) College, Badalpur, Baraut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Crime in
Gautambudh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh, Rural Environment and Role of Police
‘Bharat Iran Sambandho mein (in special reference of Uttar Pradesh)’.
Ameriki Niti evam Media ki Bhumika
(Samsaamyik Sandarbh mein ek 126. Dr. Rimppy Gupta, MMH College,
Adhyayan.)’. Modinagar, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Kanoon-

124
Vyavastha ke Sandarbh mein Puratatvik Aadhar (15vi se 19vi Shatabdi
Mahanagriye star Par Ubharti Huyi Tak)’.
Samasayon ke Paripekshey mein Mahila
Police ki Bhumika: Paschimi Uttar 133. Dr. Gaddam Venkata, S.V. University,
Pradesh ke Meerut Mahanagar ka ek Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, ‘Migration
Adhayayan’. from Kadapa District to Kuwait: A
Socio-Economic and Cultural Study’.
127. Dr. Manju Devi Sharma, University of
Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Nagriye 134. Dr. Amit Kumar Singh, Banaras Hindu
Sthaniye Sansthao ki Samavesi Vikas University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh,
mein Bhumika (Rajasthan ke Jaipur ‘Nirgun Bhakti Darshan mein Samekit
Jeele ki Chayeneet Nagriye Sthaniye Sanskriti ke Sandarbh Mein’.
Sansthao mein Nirbal Varg ki Mahilaon
135. Dr. Sheetal Chandra, Km. Mayawati
ki Sehbhagita ka Adhyayan)’.
Govt. Girls (P.G) College, Badalpur,
128. Dr. Ashraf Imam, Aligarh Muslim Gautambudh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh,
University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, Inclusive Urban Governance and
‘Good Governance and Social Poverty Alleviation: A Study of Selected
Healthcare Insurance Services: A Case Cities of Uttar Pradesh’.
Study of Agra District, Uttar Pradesh’.
136. Dr. Reena Patra, Panjab University,
129. Dr. Nimisha Gaur, University of Chandigarh, Punjab, ‘Ethnic
Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Gramin Identity, Nationalism and Culture:
Rojgaar evam Vikas Yojnao (MNREGA Phenomenological Grounding for
ke Vishesh Sandarbh Mein) ke Samajik Otherness in the North East India’.
Akhenchan mein ‘Gram Sabha’ ki
Bhumika (Jaipur Jeele ke Sandarbh 137. Dr. Cheviti Sulochana, Department of
mein Anubhavmulak Adhyayan)’. Hisotry, S. K. University, Anantapuram,
Andhra Pradesh, ‘Struggle of Scheduled
130. Dr. Manash Jyoti Deka, OKD Institute Caste Women for Social Justice in
of Social Change and Development Anantapur District of A. P. – A Study’.
Guwahati, Assam, ‘Understanding
Subjectivity: A Cultural Study of Assam 138. Dr. Mellela Nagendra, S.K. University,
and Thailand’. Anantpur, Andhra Pradesh, ‘Socio-
Econopmic Exclusion of Backward
131. Dr. Vijendra Singh, Ch. Charan Singh Communities and Inclusive Policy
University, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, Initiatives of the Government: An
‘Contested Spaces: Exclusion and Historical Study in Drought – Prone
Discrimination in Institutions of Higher Rayalaseema Region of Andhra
Learning in India’. Pradesh’.

132. Dr. Ritu Raj, University of Rajasthan, 139. Dr. Kailash Rani, Human Development
Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Bikaner Riyasat ka Society, Mayur Vihar, Delhi, ‘Problems
Samajik evam Sanskritik Adhyayan: of Definition: Female Slave, Basipana

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or Badaran in the Light of 18th and 19th Muslim – Minority in Rayalaseema


Centuries Sources of Rajasthan’. Region of Andhra Pradesh’ (A Study
with special focus on Socio-Economic,
140. Dr. Bhavna Tripathi, Banaras Hindu Political and Cultural Perspectives)’.
University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh,
‘Living Heritage of Rathwa Tribe and 147. Dr. Amit Kumar, M.B.B. Degree
College, G. B. Nagar, Uttar Pradesh,
their Social Change’.
‘Bhumi Adhigrahan Bill ka Samajik
141. Dr. Pawan Kumar, D.A.V. College, evam Aarthik Avlokan’.
Bulandshahar, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Bharat 148. Dr. Mamta, D.A.V. (P.G) College,
mein Jaatighat Rajneti ke Madhya Bulandshahar, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Bhartiye
Sampradayik Antarsambandh aur Loktantra mein Suchna ke Aadhikar ka
Mahilayein (1990-2014 ke Vishesh Vishleshnatmak Adhyayan (Paschim
Sandarbh mein)’. Uttar Pradesh ke Vishesh Sandarbh
mein)’.
142. Dr. Sarwarul Haque, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, New Delhi, ‘Depiction of 149. Dr. Neeraj Devi, R. J. Mahavidhyala
Indian Caste System in Persian Sources Raipur, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Panjab
wth special reference to Dalits during mein Drugs Sankat: ek Chunotiyain’.
14th to mid 19th Century’. 150. Dr. Sanjeev Kumar, DAV (PG) College
Bulandshahar, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Effects
143. Dr. Shalu, C.C.S. University, Meerut, of Spiritually augmented Cognitive
Uttar Pradesh, ‘Socio-Economic Status Restructuring on Anxiety and Depressive
and Class-Consciousness among Symptoms among Women with Breast
Construction Site Workers in Ghaziabad Cancer’.
City: A Sociological Study’.
151. Dr. (Mrs.) Tinku Paul, G. B. Pant Social
144. Dr. Ramakrishna Panasa, Kakatiya
Science Institute, Allahabad, Uttar
University, Warangal, Andhra Pradesh,
Pradesh, ‘Justice with Human Face: A
‘Food Culutre in Hyderabad State during Study of Women Prisoners’.
1724 AD to 1948 AD’.
145. Dr. Vivek Singh, Km. Mayawati 152. Dr. Shabana Anjum, Aligarh Muslim
Govt. Girls (P.G) College, Badalpur, University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh,
Gautambudh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Inefluence of Self-esteem, Social
‘Religion and Civil Society in India: Support and Emotional Stability on Well-
A Study of Ramakrishna Mission, Being of Visually and Orthopedically
Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Challenged Students’.
Committee (SGPC) and Don Bosco
153. Dr. Angesh Kumar, K.G.K. (P.G)
Foundation’.
College, Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh,
146. Dr. P. Hasseni, Sri Krishnadevaraya ‘Relationship Between Psychological
University, Anantapuram, Andhra Capital and Insomnia in Urban and
Pradesh, ‘Status and Development of Rural Areas’.

126
154. Dr. Sheetal Kumawat, M.L. Sukhadia 161. Dr. Anil Kumar, J. S. Hindu P. G.
University, Udaipur, Rajasthan, College, Amroha, Uttar Pradesh,
‘Relationship between Psychological ‘Living, Learning and the Dynamics
Capital and Insomnia in Urban and of Schooling: A Case Study of
Rural Areas’. Communities Living on the Dal Lake’.

155. Dr. Zulfiqar Ullah, Aligarh Muslim 162. Dr. Pintu Kumar Maji, Sarsuna
University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, College, University of Calcutta, West
‘Influence of Connitive Test Anxiety, Bengal, ‘Impact of Various Factors on
Hope and Grit on Academic Performance Sustainable Lifestyle at the College
among Adolescents of Minority and Level: A New Framework’.
Majority Community’.
163. Dr. (Mrs.) Vijaya, CEPT University,
156. Dr. Rajani, Indian Institute of Kasturbhai Lalbhai Campus,
Management, Kozhikode, Kerala, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, ‘Strategic Quality
‘A Socio-cultural Exploration of Policy for Higher Education’.
Parent Professional Relationship in
164. Dr. P. Srinivasan, Tamil University,
Rehabilitation of Children with Autism’.
Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, ‘Cognitive
157. Dr. Sadaf Hameed, University of Modeling on ‘Teaching Intelligence’,
Delhi, Delhi, ‘Efficacy of Psychosocial
Interventions for Children with Celiac 165. Dr. Vikas Saharan, Jawaharlal Nehru
Disease and their Primary Care Takers’. University, New Delhi, ‘Trends and
Patterns of Literacy and Education in
158. Dr. Seema Rani Sarraf, Mahatma Rajasthan’.
Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi, Uttar
Pradesh, ‘Positive and Negative Affect, 166. Dr. Sayed Mazheruddin, Osmania
Depression and Wellbeing in Relation University, Hyderabad, Telangana,
to Metacognitions and Meta-Emotion in ‘Performance of Children with Hearing
Coronary Heart Disease Patients’. Impairment on Arithmetic Word
Problem’.
159. Dr. Upasna Thapliyal, Panjab University,
Chandigarh, ‘A Study of Motivational – 167. Dr. Preyanandni Dixit, Assam
Pedagogical Beliefs, Informal Faculty University, Silchar, Assam, ‘To
Leadership and Organisational Climate as Study the Effect of Yogic Practices in
Correlates of Professional Development Improving Basic Academic Skills and
among University Teachers for Bringing Decreasing Hyperactivity of Children
Institutional Changes’. with Learning Disabilities’.

160. Dr. Minakshi, D. J. College, Baraut. 168. Dr. Hitendra Kumar, D.A.V. (P.G.)
Uttar Pradesh, ‘Measuring Access to College, Bulandshahar, Uttar
Primary Education: A Comparative Pradesh, ‘Sthaniye Paripekshya mein
Study of Select Districts of Kerala & Alpsankhyak Vargo mein Aarakshan ki
Uttar Pradesh’. Neeti ka Samalochnatmak Adhyayan

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(Rampur Jeele ke Vishesh Sandarbh Industry Workers in Ambedkarnagar


mein)’. District’.

169. Dr. Manisha Sharma, University of 176. Dr. Mohd. Muqeet Khan, Aligarh
Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Jaipur Jile Muslim University, Aligarh, Uttar
mein Madak Pardhartho ka Sewan evam Pradesh, ‘Impact of Rural Growth
Nivaran mein Shiksha ki Bhumika’. Centres in Development of Infrastructure
and Service Facilities in Ambedkar
170. Dr. Mohd. Deen, Y. M. S. (P.G) College, Nagar District, U.P’.
Dhanoura, Amroha, Uttar Pradesh,
‘Developing a Model for Relationship 177. Dr. Vimal Singh, Dr. Bhim Rao
Management Using Holistic Approach Ambedkar University, Agra, Uttar
Investigation into Indian Industries’. Pradesh, ‘Uttar Bharat mein Badta
Bhukamp ka Khatra Nepal se Bharat
171. Dr. (Mrs) Renuka Sah, M.L. Sukhadia tak Aayi Bhukamp Trasadi ke Sandarbh
University, Udaipur, Rajasthan, mein’.
‘Climate Change and its Impacts on
178. Dr. Sumedha Shukla, University of
Traditional Subsistence Agriculture in
Lucknow, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh,
Himalaya: An Study of Community
‘Avadhi ki Bhashik Isthiti (Uttar Pradesh
Perception, Response and Adaptation in
ke Sandarbh mein)’.
Balia Catchment, Kumaon Himalaya’.
179. Dr. Chigicherla Thirupal, Sri
172. Dr. Aisha Sultana, J. S. Hindu (P.G)
Venkateswara University, Tirupati,
College, Amroha, Uttar Pradesh, Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh,
‘Socio-Economic Factors Affecting ‘Usage of Bilingual and Multilingual
Land Degradation and Its Impact on Compounds in Telugu Dailies – A
Sustainable Rural Development: A Case Study’.
Study of Chambal Region’.
180. Dr. Kumar Varun, Banaras Hindu
173. Dr. Renu Chaudhary, B.S.M. University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh,
(P.G.) College, Roorkee, Haridwar, ‘Lokvrit (Public Isfear ki Nirmiti mein
Uttarakhand, ‘Himalayi Rajyo ke Loksabha ki Mehta (Sankramanshil
Prakritik Swaroop ko Banaye Rakhne Madhya kalin Bhartiya Sahitya evam
ki Chunotiyan (Uttrakhand ke Vishesh Sanskriti ke Vishesh Sandarbh Mein)’.
Sandarbh mein)’.
181. Dr. Katikareddy, S. K. University,
174. Dr. Menka, J.S.H. P.G. College, Amroha, Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh,
Uttar Pradesh, ‘A Socio-economic ‘Mahabharata (Telugu) – A Socio-
Structure and Household Infrastrcture Cultural Study with special reference
Facilities of Beggars: A Case Study’. to Personality Development, Self-
Confidence, Sportive Spirit and Social
175. Dr. Mahvish Anjum, Aligarh Muslim Living (Management)’.
University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh,
‘Occupational Health of Cottage 182. Dr. Vikas Singh, Banaras Hindu

128
University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada
‘Bhojpuri Loksanskriti ka Antar Rastriya University, Aurangabad, Maharashtra,
Parivahan (Maarishas mein Bharat ‘Bridging Communication Gap in
Vashiyo ke Vishesh Sandarbh Mein)’. the Development of Co-operative
Movement in Maharashtra State- With
183. Dr. Simmy Joseph, Jawaharlal Nehru special reference to Sugar Co-operative
University, New Delhi, ‘Language Factories in Marathwada Region’.
Meaning and Existence: A Comparative
Study of Buddhist and Mimamsa 190. Dr. Narendra Shukla, Centre for the
Traditions’. Study of Developing Societies (CSDS),
New Delhi, ‘Bharat mein Pratibandhit
184. Dr. Mohite Sandhya Govind, Dr. evam Vivadit Cinema (1913-2014)’.
Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada
University, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, 191. Dr. Iram Rizvi, Osmania University,
‘Vaishvikaran ka Mudrit Madhyamonki Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘Challenges of
Bhasha Par Prabhav – Maharashtra ke Journalists Reporting in Conflict Zone
Hindi Samachar – Patron ke Sandarbh with Facus on New Media: A Cross
mein’. Sectional Study of Journalists Working
in Kashmir’.
185. Dr. Fawad Hussain, Aligarh Muslim
University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, 192. Dr. Jafar Iqbal, Aligarh Muslim
‘Professionalization of Sports Reporting University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh,
the Prospects and Challenges’. ‘Impact of Electronic Information
Resources on Reseach in Select Central
186. Dr. Chandrika Pandey, Jawaharlal Universities in India’.
Nehru University, New Delhi, ‘Procses
of Knowledge System Building of 193. Dr. Seema Kumari, J. S. Hindu (P.G.)
Communities and Communication College, Amroha, Uttar Pradesh,
Medium (in the Context of Central ‘Nachni’ – An Endangered Marginalized
Indian Tribes)’. Second Sex: Identity Crisis and
Strategies for Survival’.
187. Dr. Jhumpa Dey, Assam University,
Silchar, Assam, ‘Use of Social
194. Dr. Neeraj Singh, Maharashi Dayanand
Networking Sites: A Study of Barak
University, Rohtak, Haryana,
Vally Region of North East Indian’.
‘Overcoming Social Exclusion: A Study
188. Dr. Tahmeena Nigar, Karnataka State of Changing Power Relations through
Women’s University, Vijayapura, PRIs’.
Karnataka, ‘Coverage of Socio-
political Issues Related to Muslims- A 195.
Dr. Sanjay Kumar, Sant Kabir
Comparative Study of Kannada and Mahavidhyalaya, Gorakhpur Uttar
Urdu Dailies’. Pradesh, ‘A Study of the Problems of
Scheduled Caste Women Entrepreneurs
189.
Dr. Namdev Prabhakar, Dr. in Uttar Pradesh’.

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196. Dr. Prizada Athar Hussain, University Sehbhagita: Mahila Sashaktikaran


of Jammu, Jammu and Kashmir, ke Sandarbh mein ek Anubhavmulak
‘Challenges of Divorce and the Process Adhyayan’.
of Readjustment in North-West India: A
Longitudinal Study’. 203. Dr. Sudhir Kumar, Ch. Charan Singh
University, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh,
197. Dr. Neelesh Singh, University of ‘Aadhunik Paripeksya mein Aadhivasi
Lucknow, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, Samaj mein Mahilaon ki Rajnetic,
‘Social Ecology and Cultural Change: A Samajik, Aarthik Ve Sekshik Isthiti ek
Study of Relationship between Man and Visleshnatmak Adhyayan (Rajasthan
Nature in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh’. ki Kathoriyan ve Sehriya Janjaati ke
Vishesh Sandarbh mein)’.
198. Dr. Arpita Singh, University of
204. Dr. Anjali Malik, Km. Mayawati Govt.
Lucknow, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh,
Girls (P.G.) College, Gautambudh
‘Swayam Sahayta Samuh ki Sahayta se
Nagar, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Bhartiye Samaj
Mahilayon ki Samajik Aarthik Prasthiti
mein Vidhwao ki Paristhiti evam
mein Sakaratmak Parivartan’.
Bhumika (Varanasi Janpad mein Niwas
Karne wali Vidhwao Par Aadhirit ek
199. Dr. Ashish Ranjan, University of
Samaj Vegyanik Adhyayan)’.
Lucknow, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh,
‘A Study of Knowledge, Attitude, 205. Dr. Nidhi Dubey, Ethelind School
Practices (KAP) about the Institutional of Home Sciences, Allahabad,
Reproductive Health Care Services Uttar Pradesh, ‘Comparative Study
Among Rural Women of Reproductive of Nutritional Status of Lactating
Age Group (A Study of Rural Areas of Women’s in Different Religion along
District Lucknow)’. with Assessing and Improving their
Knowledge on Diet’.
200. Dr.A. Krushnamma, Sri Krishnadevaraya
University, Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh, 206. Dr. Neeraj Singh, University of
‘Empowerment and Impact of Women Lucknow, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh,
Entrepreneurship: A Comparative ‘Sexual Violence against Women: Legal
Study of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana Protection and Judicial Articulation’.
States’.
207. Dr. Jada Suneetha, Sri Venkateswara
201. Dr. Seema, Ch. Charan Singh University, University, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh,
Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Mahila Police ‘Self Help Groups and Empowerment
Karmiyaon ki Sthiti evam Samasya: of Women – A Comparative Study of
Paschimi Uttar Pradesh ke Janpad Meerut Scheduled Caste Groups in Rayalaseem
evam Ghaziabad ka ek Adhyayan’. and Costal Andhra Region of Andhra
Pradesh’.
202. Dr. Garima Sharma, Mohan Lal Sukhadia
University, Udaipur, Rajasthan, 208. Dr. Kavita Kashyap. J. S. Hindu Degree
‘Rajasthan Police mein Mahila College, Amroha, Uttar Pradesh,

130
‘Homegarden Agroforestry System and 215. Dr. Seema Rani, D.A.V. College,
Rural Women: An Study of Kumaun Bulandshahar, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Socio-
Himalaya’, Economic and Political Marginalization
of Scheduled Castes: A Study with
209. Dr. Thota Venkatesham, Osmania
Special Reference to Uttar Pradesh’.
University, Hyderabad, Telangana,
‘Information Communication 216. Dr. Saleem Ahmad, Jawaharlal Nehru
Technologies and Women University, New Delhi, ‘The Dynamics
Empowerment: A Comparative Study of India and Turkey Relations, 1991 –
of Kudumbashree in Kerala and 2015’.
Indira Kranti Patham in
Telangana’. 217. Dr. Bhupendra Singh, University of
Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Bharat
210. Dr. Divya Singh G. B. Pant University of
Nepal Sambhand: Vartman Paridrishya
Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar,
Uttarakhand, ‘Ergonomic Evaluation mein Ubharte Aayam evam Chunotiyan’.
of Farm Women’s Drudgery in Rice 218. Dr. Sumant Kumar Swain, Jawaharlal
Production System’.
Nehru Univerity, New Delhi, ‘Shanghai
211. Dr. Ashok Kumar, Meerut College, Co-operation Organization (SCO) and
Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Panchyati Raj India: Role in Emerging World Order’.
Sansthao ke Madhyam se Mahatma
Gandhi Rastriya Gramin Rojgar 219. Dr. Abhishek Kumar, Pt. Lalit Mohan
Gaurantee Yojna ka Mulyankan Sharma Govt. (P.G.) College, Rishikesh,
(Gaziabad Jeele ki Parikirya ve Prabhav Dehradun, Uttarkhand, ‘Contested
ke Vishesh Sandarbh mein)’. Borders and Power Politics: A Study
of the Indian Enclave Migrants in
212. Dr. (Mrs) Rachana Narayana, Banaras the Border Regions of India and
Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar Bangladesh’.
Pradesh, ‘Children and Structural
Violence in Context of Primary 220. Dr. Imtiyaz Ahmad Bhat, University
Education in India: With Special of Kashmir, Jammu & Kashmir, ‘The
Reference to Four Major Cities of Uttar Changing Role of the United States
Pradesh’. in the Kashmir Problem from 1948 to
2001: A Critical Analysis’.
213. Dr. Nitendra Singh, C.C.S. University,
Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Sustainable 221. Dr. V. Muralidhar Goud, Mahatma
Livelihoods Perspective and Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth, Varanasi,
MGNREGA: An Assessment in Mewat Uttar Pradesh, ‘Assessment of Good
District of Haryana’. Governance Practices in Mahatma
Gandhi National Rural Employment
214. Dr. Manvendra Kumar Roy, Patna
Guarantee Programme (MGNREGP) in
University, Patna, Bihar, ‘Ranvir Sena
Telangana State’.
Banam Naksali Sangharsh aur Siyasat:
ek Alochnatmak Adhyayan’. 222. Dr. Pragya Shukla, Mahatma Gandhi

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Kashi Vidyapeeth, Varanasi, Uttar Mahila (P.G) College, Meerut, Uttar


Pradesh, ‘Prashasan par Niyantaran Pradesh, ‘A Study of Stress and the
evam Suchna ka Aadhikar Uttar Pradesh Probability of Psychiatric Problems
ke Sandarbh mein Adhyayan’. among the Under Trial and Convicted
Male and Female Prisoners in the Vellore
223. Dr. Mohd Abbas, Aligarh Muslim
Prisons’.
University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh,
‘Bundelkhand mein Sufi Santo ka 230. Dr. Rakshita Ameta, Mohanlal Sukhadia
Dharmik evam Samajik Jeevan University, Udaipur, Rajasthan,
(Aarambh se Vartman Tak)’. ‘Cognitive Distortion and Coping
224. Dr. Sushil Kumar Tiwari, Indira Gandhi Style: As a Determinant for Attitude
National Open University, New Delhi, towards Smoking among College Going
‘Indentured System, Colonial Hegemony Adolescents’.
and Indian National Movement: A
231. Dr. Rekha Yadav, Digamber Jain College,
Sociological Study (With Special
Baraut, Baghpat, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Cultural
Reference to Literature, Newspaper,
Capital and Pedagogic Communication:
Magazines and Folklore)’.
How Alternative School Negotiates with
225. Dr. Sachin Sinduria, Ch. Charan Singh Linguistic Competency’.
University, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh,
‘Rajneetik Sehbhagita evam Mahila 232. Dr. T. S. Shrivalli, Osmania University,
Sashaktikaran – Paschimi Uttar-Pradesh Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘Understanding
ke Sandarbh mein ek Visleshnatmak Levels of Teacher Trainees on Digital
Adhyayan’. Literacy to Promote 21th Century
Learning’.
226. Dr. Aaliya Akhtar, University
of Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, 233. Dr. Kavindra Singh, J. S. Hindu (P.G)
‘Psychological Distress, Depression, College, Amroha, Uttar Pradesh,
Anxiety and Psychological Wellbeing of ‘Climate Variability/Change and
Pre, Peri and Post Menopausal Women’. Community’s Adaptation and Coping
Strategies: A Study of Chakarata
227. Dr. Richa Attri, Ismail National Mahila
(Jaunsar-Bawar) Tribal Area of
(PG) College, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh,
Uttarakhand’.
‘Effectiveness of Integrated Awareness
Training for Good and Bad Touch
234. Dr. Naima Umar, Aligarh Muslim
among School Girl Children’.
University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh,
228. Dr. Mohini Mittal, Meerut College, ‘Socio-Economic and Environmental
Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Institutionalized Implications of New Agriculture
Orphans and their Socio- Psychological Technology in Aligarh District (U.P)’.
Problems: A Study with Special
Reference to Western U.P’. 235.
Dr. Reeka Gupta, University of
Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘An
229. Dr. Neelu Sharma, Ismail National Assessment of the Impact of Marble

132
Mining Social, Economic and University, Anantapuram, Andhra
Environmental Status: A Case Study of Pradesh, ‘The Telugu Dialect in
Makarana (Nagaur, Rajasthan) Region’. Ananthapuramu District of Andhra
Pradesh’.
236. Dr. Shabana Yasmin, Jamia Millia
Islamia University, Jamia Nagar, New 243. Dr. Manujendra Kundu, University of
Delhi, ‘Occupational Health Hazards Delhi, Delhi, ‘Mopping-up the Muslim
‘Menace’, Protecting the Hindu
of Municipal Solid Waste Collectors in
Culture: Design of Colonial Bengali
NCT of Delhi’.
Media (1818-1880)’.
237. Dr. Ajay Pal Singh, Kishan (P.G) 244. Dr. Arvind Kumar, D.A.V. (P.G)
College, Hapur, Uttar Pradesh, College, Bulandshahar, Uttar Pradesh,
‘Assessment of Risks and Vulnerability ‘Media ka Badalta Swaroop’.
to the Environmental Hazards and
Disasters and the Disaster Perception of 245. Dr. Haseena V.A., Cochin University of
People of Sundarban’. Science & Technology, Kochi, Kerala,
‘Incidence of Livelihood Status of the
238. Dr. Babli Kumari, J. S. Hindu (P.G) Tribal Women and Intensity of Health
College, Amroha, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Effect and Nutritional Problems among Tribal
of MGNREGA on Rural Employment Children in Attappady Tribal Block in
Income and Migration in Eastern Uttar Kerala’.
Pradesh’.
246. Dr. Bandaru Veerababu, Osmania
239. Dr. Ishita Chatterjee, Gandhi Vidya University, Hyderabad, Telangana,
Sansthan, Rajghat, Varanasi, Uttar ‘Is Self-employment a Choice or
Pradesh, ‘Right to Development with Imposition? Some Reflections on Self
Special Reference to the Development of Employment Programs of Dalits and
Economics, Social and Environmental Tribals in Telangana’. (SC)
Human Rights Laws’.
247. Dr. Ganesh Kopndaji Khillare, Smt.
240. Dr. Manish Kumar, Banaras Hindu
Dankunwar Mahila Mahavidyalaya,
University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh,
Near Ganpati Netralaya, Jalna,
‘Female Foeticide and Infanticide:
Maharashtra, ‘A Study of Socio-
A Socio-legal Study with Specific
economic Impact of MGNREGA on SC
Reference to the State of Uttar Pradesh’.
& ST Families in Backward Districts
241. Dr. Bodhisatva Acharya, D. A. V. of Maharashtra State’. (SC)
College (P.G) Bulandshahar, Uttar
Pradesh, ‘Protection of Food Security 248.
Dr. D. Balamuniswamy, Sri
under IPR Regime: A Comparative Study Venkateswara University, Tirupati,
from Indian and Chinese Perspective’. Andhra Pradesh, ‘Role of Regional
Rural Banks in Development of SCs: A
242. Dr. C. Muthyalappa, Sri Krishnadevaraya Comparative Study of Andhra Pragathi

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Grameena Bank in Kurnool and Nellore 255. Dr. S. Hari Babu, S.V. University,
Districts of Andhra Pradesh’. (SC) Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, ‘Institutional
Finance to Micro, Small and Medium
249. Dr. Sunil Kumar Choudhary, Vikram Enterprises: A Comparative Study of
University, Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, YSR Kadapa District and Chittoor
‘Madhya Pradesh mein Krishi Utpadan, District of Andhra Pradesh’. (SC)
Utpadakta Aur Vipanan ke Badalte
Swaroop ka Vishleshnatmak Aarthik 256. Dr. Jada Jayendra, Andhra University,
Adhyayan (Rashtriya Baagwani Mission Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh,
ke Vishesh Sandarbh mein)’. (SC) ‘Problems and Prospects of Farmers
in Agricultural Sector- (A Study with
250. Dr. P. Prabakaran, Bharathidasan Reference to the State of Andhra
University, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, Pradesh, India’. (SC)
‘Evaluation of Sustainable Drinking
Water Management in Tiruchirappalli 257. Dr. Raja Sekhar, Acharya Nagarjuna
District of Tamil Nadu’. (SC) University, Nagarjuna Nagar, Guntur,
Andhra Pradesh, ‘A Study on
251. Dr. Shiv Kumar, University of Lucknow, Measurements of Student Satisfaction
Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh), ‘An Empirical Levels Regarding Quality Education:
Study of Socio- economic Status of A Comparative Between the Public
Labour in Uttar Pradesh’. (SC) and Private Universities in Andhra
252. Dr. K. Bhaskaru, Rayalaseema Pradesh’. (SC)
University, Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh,
258. Dr. S. Srinivasa Rao, Andhra University,
‘Performance of Small Scale Industries
Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh,
in Terms of Income and Employment-
‘Human Resource Development
A Study on Industrial Estates of
Practices in Banking Sector and their
Rayalaseema Region of Andhra
Implication on Employee Effectiveness:
Pradesh’. (SC)
A Comparative Study of Selected Public
253. Dr. Umesh Bhaurao Ghodeswar, Shri and Private Sector Banks in the State
Shivaji College of Arts, Commerce & of Andhra Pradesh’. (SC)
Science, Akola, Maharashtra, ‘Impact of
GOI-Post Matric Scholarship Scheme 259. Dr. Kiran Jingar, Mohanlal Sukhadia
on the Development of Scheduled Caste University, Udaipur, Rajasthan,
Students (With special reference to ‘Rehabilitation of Disabled (A
Western Vidharbha in Maharashtra State Sociological Study of Disabled of
2009-10 to 2013-14)’. (SC) Udaipur District)’. (SC)

254. Dr. Kirti Singh, Dayalbagh Educational 260. Dr. T. Parthasarathy, S. V. University,
Institute (Deemed University), Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, ‘Impact of
Dayalbagh, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, Gender Relations on Reproductive
‘Financial Inclusion- A Front Wheel of Health Matters – A Study in a Backward
Inclusive Growth’. (SC) District of Rural Andhra Pradesh’. (SC)

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261. Dr. Pramod Kumar, Dharma Samaj 268. Dr. N. Srinivas, S.V. University, Tirupati,
College, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, ‘Displacement and
‘Panchayati Raj Vyavastha mein Mahila Impoverishment of Project Affected
Netratv ki Bhumika (Aligarh Mandal Tribal People: An Empirical Research
Uttar Pradesh ke Sandarbh mein)’. (SC) Study in the Rehabiliation Centers
of Musirimilli and Bhupathipalem
262. Dr. Buktare Milindraj Gangadhar Rao, Irrigation Projects of Rampachodavaram
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada Agency of Andhra Pradesh’. (SC)
University, Aurangabad, Maharashtra,
269. Dr. Chandrika Thalari, S.V. University,
‘Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar ki Patrakarita
Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, ‘Cultural
ka Samaj Parivartan mein Yogdan’. (SC)
Transformation of Little Tradition
263. Dr. P. Venugopal Rao, Acharya Goddess Gangamma in a Sacred
Complex of Tirupati’. (SC)
Nagarjuna University, Guntur, Andhra
Pradesh, ‘The Status of Scheduled 270. Dr. Virendra Kumar Tyagi, University
Castes in the Selected Districts of of Lucknow, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh,
Andhra Pradesh- A Study’. (SC) ‘Gramin Vikas ke Antargat Anusuchit
Jaati ke Ekikrat Vikas mein Panchayati
264. Dr. Rashmi, Bareilly College, M.J.P. Raj ki Bhumika ka Adhayayan’. (SC)
Rohilkhand University, Bareilly, Uttar
Pradesh, ‘Mahilaon mein Vibheen 271. Dr. Umesh Chandra, University of
Bhumika Sangharsh: ek Samajshashtriya Lucknow, Lucknow,Uttar Pradesh,
Adhyayan’. (SC) ‘Kishor Apradhiyo ke Hinsatmak
Vyavhar Par Jan Madhyam ka Prabhav’.
265. Dr. Sathya. P, Madurai Kamaraj (SC)
University, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, ‘A
Study on Social Inclusion on Dalit 272. Dr. Jitendra Kumar, Telangana
Women through MGNREGS in Madurai University, Dichpally, Nizamabad,
Telangana, ‘Uttarakhand Rajya
District of Tamil Nadu’. (SC)
mein Gharelu Kaamkaji Mahilaon
266. Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Km. Mayawati Govt. ki Jeevan Sheli ka Badalta Swaroop
Girls (P.G) College, G. B. Nagar, Uttar Evan Sangharsheel Bhumika: ek
Pradesh, ‘National Rural Employment Visleshnatmak Adhyayan (Pithoragarh
Janpad ke Vishesh Sandarbh mein)’.
Guarantee Programme and Poverty
(SC)
Eradication: A Sociological Study’.
(SC) 273. Dr. Pardeep Kumar, Centre for the
Study of Developing Societies (CSDS),
267. Dr. Sushil Kumar, N.A.S. College, New Delhi, ‘Success of Coalition
Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Bhumandlikaran Management in Indian Politics: A Study
tatha Parivaro ke Badalte Partiman of National Democratic Alliance and
(Nagriye Parivesh mein Hindu evam United Progressive Alliance’. (SC)
Muslim Parivaro ka ek Samajshashtriye
Adhyayan)’. (SC) 274. Dr. Hemlata, Km. Mayawati Girls

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Government P.G. College, Badalpur, 281. Dr. Chilumula Laxminarayana, Osmania


Gautam Nagar, Uttar Pradesh, ‘73va University, Hyderabad, Telangana,
Sanvindhan Sansodhan evam Gramin ‘Changing Structure of Governance
Vikas (Hapud Jeele ke Vishesh Sandarbh in Metropolitan Cities – A Study of
mein)’. (SC) Hyderabad and Bengaluru Cities’. (SC)

275. Dr. Anuj Kumar Verma, University of 282. Dr. Anjana Bundela, Vikram University,
Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Rajasthan Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, ‘Anusuchit
mein Mahila Sashaktikaran ki Nityan Jaati evam Anusuchit Jaati Varg mein
evam Unka Prabhav: ek Adhyayan Sashkiye Swasthya evam Parivar
(Jaipur Jeele ke Sandarbh Mein)’. (SC) Kalyan Yojnao ke Kriyanvanyam ki
Isthiti ka Tulnatmak Adhyayan (Ujjain
276. Dr. Kuramana Swarna Latha, Andhra evam Jhabua Jeele ke Vishesh Sandarbh
University, Visakhapatnam, Andhra mein)’. (SC)
Pradesh, ‘The Electoral and Democratic
Process in India: A Study of 2014 283. Dr. K. Sailaja, S.V. University, Tirupati,
General Elections in Vizianagaram Andhra Pradesh, ‘Rural Education in
Andhra Pradesh- A Study’. (SC)
District’. (SC)
284. Dr. Kamlesh, Bareilly College, Bareilly,
277. Dr. Kishor Shamrao Suryawanshi,
Uttar Pradesh, ‘Ashfak Ullah Khan ka
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathada
Swatantrata Andolan mein Yogdan’.
University, Aurangabad, Maharashtra,
(SC)
‘Inter State River Water Sharing
Disputes: A Special Study of the Dispute 285. Dr. Sanjay Kumar, Medichman
among the Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Vardhman Mahavir Medical College
Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh State’. & Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi,
(SC) ‘Historically Analyzing the Social
Exclusion and Inclusion through
278. Dr. Dasharath Kumar, Centre for Primary Public Health Policies in Pre
Russian & Central Asian Studies,School and Post Economic Reform in India:
of International Studies, Jawaharlal A Case Study of Marginal Section in
Nehru University, New Delhi, ‘Russia- District Bulandshahar, UP’. (SC)
U.S. Strategic Engagement in Georgian
Conflict 1992-2010’. (SC) 286. Dr. Pathim Venu, S.V.U. College of
Arts, S.V. University, Tirupati, Andhra
279. Dr. Subhash Singh, Jawaharlal Nehru Pradesh, ‘A Historical Study of Farmers
University, New Delhi, ‘Resetting of Suicides in Rayalaseema, 2004-2015’.
India’s National Security and Role of (SC)
Indo-Israel Relations, 1998-2014’. (SC)
287. Dr. Kunali Keshav Bodele, Dr.
280. Dr. Som Dutt, D.A.V College, Kanpur, Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada
Uttar Pradesh, ‘Role of Morale in Future University, Aurangabad, Maharashtra,
Warfare’. (SC) ‘The Political Contribution of Buddism

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to Indian Culture: A Critical Study’. 295. Dr Sunil Kumar, Meerut College,
(SC) Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Uttar Pradesh
Sarkar Dwara Uchchsiksha Star Par
288. Dr. Kokil, R. J. Mahavidhyala, Raipur, Laptop Vitrit kiye Jane ka Vidharthiyo ki
Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Bharat mein Uchch Siksha, Samayojan evam Aatm-
Achhut Jaati ka Samajik ve Aarthik Sambodh par Padne Vaale Prabavo ka
Vishleshan (Bhangi Jaati ke Vishesh Adhyayan’. (SC)
Sandarbh mein)’. (SC)
296. Dr. Srikantha Nayaka. G, Mangalore
289. Dr. Kattamanchi Subramanyam, Sri University, Centre for Study of Social
Venkateswara University, Tirupati, Exclusion and Inclusive Policy (CSEIP),
Andhra Pradesh, ‘Depression, Death Mangalagangothri, Karnataka, ‘Impact
Anxiety, Mental Health and Social of Minor Forest Produce on Inclusive
Support among Persons Living with Development of Tribal Community: A
HIV/AIDS’. (SC) Study of Dakshina Kannada District in
Karnataka’. (ST)
290. Dr. Maya Kumari, University of
Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Siksha ke 297. Dr. Balaji, University of Hyderabad,
Aadhikar Adhineeyam ka Kriyavanyan: Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh,
Rajasthan ke Jaipur evam Jodhpur Jeelo ‘Liberalisation of Agricultural Trade in
ke Sarkari Ve Gair-Sarkari Vidhyalayo India: In the Post-Reform Period’. (ST)
ka Anubhavmulak Adhyayan’. (SC) 298. Dr. S. Bhasakara Rao, Andhra University,
Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh,
291. Dr. Brahmjeet ‘Singh Education and
‘Literacy and Health Conditions in Tribal
Social Mobility’. (SC)
Areas (A Case Study of Visakhapatnam
292. Dr. Ajay Pratap Nishad, Deen Dayal District in Andhra Pradesh’. (ST)
Upadhyay Gorakhpur University,
299. Dr. L. Vachya, University of Hyderabad,
Gorakhpur, ‘Sikkim mein Paryavaran
Prof. C.R. Rao Road, Gachibowli,
aur Jansansadhan ka Samajik Aarthik Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘Commodity
Vikas par Prabhav’. (SC) Future Markets in India: A Diagnostic
Study’. (ST)
293. Dr. Arvind Kumar, K. R. (P.G) College,
Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Payjal Samasya 300. Dr. B. Sudheshna, S.V.U. College of
evam Samadhan Agra Janpad (U.P) ke Commerce, Management and Computer
Vishesh Sandarbh mein ek Bhogolik Science, S.V. University, Tirupati,
Adhyayan’. (SC) Andhra Pradesh, ‘Stress Management
among Women Entrepreneurs in
294. Dr. Mita Das, Assam University, Silchar, Rayalaseema Region of Andhra
Assam, ‘Impact of T. V. Programmes on Pradesh’. (ST)
College Going Students: A Case Study
of Two Colleges in Silchar Town of 301. Dr. Swetha G.R, Dravidian University,
Assam’. (SC) Kuppam, Andhra Pradesh, ‘Practices

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of Human Resource Development in in Tribal Development in Telangana


Grameena Banks’. (ST) (with special reference to Warangal
District)’. (ST)
302. Dr. Lokesh Pargi, Shri Govind Guru
Government P.G. College, Banswara, 309. Dr. Venkanna Banoth, University
Rajasthan, ‘Communication and College of Arts & Social Sciences,
Development in Tribal Area: A Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘Integrated
Sociological Study’. (ST) Tribal Development Administration – A
Comparative Study of Agency and Non-
303. Dr. Veronica Khangehiah, Jawaharlal agency in Telangana State’. (ST)
Nehru University, New Delhi,
‘Challenges of Internal Migration in 310. Dr. Varthe Nagendra Naik, S. K.
India: A Case Study of Migrants from University, Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh,
Manipur to the National Capital Region’. ‘Indira, India and the World- A Study
(ST) of India’s Foreign Policy during Indira
Gandhi’s Regime’. (ST)
304. Dr. Jogi Madhu Sudan, S.K. University,
Anantapura, Andhra Pradesh, ‘Working 311. Dr. S. Thangboi Zou, University of
and Impact of Panchayat Raj Institutions Delhi, Delhi, ‘Mapping the Flow
in Rural Development: A Comparative of Goods: Marketplace in Colonial
Study of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka Mizoram’. (ST)
State’. (ST)
312. Dr. Rashmi Rani, Mahatma Gandhi
305. Dr. S. Govinda Rajulu Naik, S.K. Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi, Uttar
University. Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh, Pradesh, ‘Role of Meta-cognitions and
‘Financial Inclusion of Scheduled Meta-emotions in Quality of Marital
Tribes: A Comparative Study of Agency Life’. (ST)
and Plain Areas of Andhra Pradesh’.
(ST) 313. Dr. Kumar Basant Singh, D. J. College,
Baraut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Examining the
306. Dr. Ch. Sekholal Kom, Manipur Effects of Academic Stress on Health
University, Canchipur, Imphal, Outcomes among Indian Medical
Manipur, ‘Civil Societies in Manipur: A Students’. (ST)
Comparative Study’. (ST)
314. Dr. Madhup Kumar, D. J. College,
307. Dr. Lhunkhothang Guite, Delhi Baraut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Potential Impact
University, North Campus, Delhi, ‘The of Privatization of Animal Health Care
role of the Indian Diaspora in Building Service: A Case Study of Uttrakhand’.
Socio-cultural relationships with the (ST)
Local Communities in Kenya’. (ST)
315. Dr. Raj Kumar Singh, D. J. College,
308. Dr. K. Ravi, Osmania University, Baraut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Senik Vidhva
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, ‘Role of Mahilayein evam Manvaadhikar
Integrated Tribal Development Agency (Rajasthan ke Sekhawati Chettra ke

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Sandarbh mein ek Anubhumulak Memorial Museum & Library, Teen
Adhyayan)’. (ST) Murti House, New Delhi, ‘Democracy
and Revolutionary Politics’.
316. Dr. Rajesh Ekka, Visva-Bharati
University, Santiniketan, Bolpur, 2. Professor Vishwanath Pandit, Sri
Birbhum, West Bengal, ‘Elementary Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning,
Education among Scheduled Tribe- A Prasanthi Nilayam, Anantapur, Andhra
Study’. (ST) Pradesh, ‘Ethics, Economics and Social
Institutions’.
317. Dr. Krishan Kumar, D. J. College, Baraut,
Uttar Pradesh, ‘Gender Inequality in 3. Professor H. Ramachandran, C-1675,
Access to Education, Nutrition and Palam Vihar, Delhi, ‘Constructing an
Health among the Scheduled Caste Urban India’.
Adolescents Girls of Ghaziabad City’.
(ST) 4. Prof. Ehsanul Haq, National
University of Education Planning and
318. Dr. G. Rambabu, S.K. University, Administration (NUEPA), New Delhi,
Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh, ‘A Study on ‘The Schools Re-visited: A Sociological
Agriculture, Food Production, Nutrition Study of Democratic Consciousness of
and Health in Pennar River Basin with School Children’.
Special Reference to Scheduled Tribe
Population Using RS & GIS Techniques, 5. Prof. Bimal Jyoti Deb, N.E.H.U,
Andhra Pradesh, India’. (ST) Shillong, Meghalaya, ‘Political
Economy of Peace Process in North-
319. Dr. M. Parusuram Naik, S.K. University, East India’.
Anantapuram, Andhra Pradesh, ‘Water
Balance and its Applications of Andhra 6. Prof. S. Subramanian, Madras Institute
Pradesh State, India’. (ST) of Development Studies (MIDS),
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, ‘Social Values and
320. Dr. A.S. Kingson, Manipur University,
Imphal, ‘Local Governance in North- Social Indicators Essays in Normative
east Region: Comparative Study of Economic Analysis and Measurement’.
Autonomous District Council and
Panchayati Raj Institutions in Manipur’. 7. Prof. Rekha Chowdhary, Department
(ST) of Political Science, University of
Jammu, Jammu, Jammu and Kashmir,
321. Dr. Anuradha Pal, CCS University, ‘Implications of Armed Militancy on
Meerut, ‘Samajik Upeksha ki Shikar the Liberal and Plural Ethos of J&K:
Tejab Pidit (Acid Attack) Mahilayean’. A Study Changing Inter-Community
Relations’.
Final Reports Received
National Fellowships 8. Prof. K. Srinivasa, Madras Institute
of Development Studies (MIDS),
1. Professor Neera Chandoke, Nehru Chennai, Tamil Nadu, ‘Family Planning

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Programme in India: An Overview and Emerging Trends in Contemporary


Need for a Revision’. Indian Families’. (Salary Protection)

9. Professor Ghanshyam Shah, Centre 4. Dr. Mahendra Kumar Premi, Retired


for Social Studies (CSS), Veer Narmad Professor, Jawaharlal Nehru University,
South Gujarat University Campus, New Delhi, ‘Social Inequities in Living
Udhna Magdalla Road, Ahmedabad, Conditions in India : Policy Options for
Gujarat, ‘Democracy, Civil Society and Reducing Them (Inequities in regard to
Governance’. Houses Household Amenities and Assets
of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled
10. Professor Gopal Krishan, Professor Tribes Households)’.
Emeritus, Department of Geography, 5. Dr. K.V. Joseph, Kerala Council
Punjab University, Chandigarh, Punjab, for Historical Research, Nalanda,
‘Regional Vitalities of India’. Thirvananthapuram, Kerala, ‘Survival
of Dramatic Theatres in the Face of
11. Prof. P.K. Misra, E - 583, 1st Stage, Competition from the Technologically
17th Main, J.P, Nagar, Mysore, ‘Tribal Medicated Drama of the Culture
Heritage of India: With Focus on a Region Industry – A Study with Reference to
in South India and its Transformation’. Malayalam Drama’.
12. Professor Atul Sarma, Institute for 6. Professor Gulshan Dietl, 9-A, Aravali
Human Development, New Delhi, Appartments, Plot No.5, Sector – 56,
‘Integrating Third Tier in the Indian Gurgaon, Haryana, ‘Transnational
Federal System: Two Decades of Gas Pipelines: Global Context, Indian
Panchayati Raj’. Imperative’.
Senior Fellowships 7. Dr. Manjula Rathaur, 1310, Poorvanchal,
1. Dr. Manpreet Sethi, Assistant Editor, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New
Centre for Air Power Studies, P-284, Delhi, ‘Educated Single Working
Arjan Path, Subroto Park, New Delhi, Women in Urban Society: A Sociological
‘Code of Conduct in Outer Space: An Study of Single Women in Delhi’.
Indian Perspective’. 8. Dr. K. Savithri Amma, Kalyansseril
2. Dr. T.S. Raja Kumari, Department Tharavadu, Kayippuram, P.O. Alleppely
of Sociology, Andhra University, District, Kerala, ‘A Study of Female
Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, Victims of Domestic Violence in
‘Trafficking and Sex Work – A Report of Vilavoorkal and Vilappil Panchayats in
the Study Undertaken in selected areas Trivandrum Corporation’.
of Visakhapatnam’.
9. Dr. L. Muhindro Singh, Department
3. Dr. Nandita Chaudhary, Lady Irwin of Political Science, S. Kalu Women’s
College, University of Delhi, Delhi, College, Nambol, Manipur, ‘Electoral
‘Self and Identity of the Young Child: Integrity in Conflict Situation:

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Phenomena of Servitude and Flawed 16. Prof. Indra Deo Mishra, B-55, Sector
Democracy in India’s Northeast’. – H, Aliganj, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh,
(Salary Protected) ‘Public Reason: In Context of Liberal
Democracy and Good Governance in
10. Dr. Prakash C. Jain, Centre for Reference to India’.
Comparative Politics & Political
Theory, School of International Studies, 17. Dr. K. P. Subba Rao, 9-9-107/13/1,
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Masjid Road, Mangapuram Colony,
Delhi, ‘Socio-Economic Change among Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh,
the Jains in the Bundelkhand Region: A ‘Social Exclusion in Higher Education
Sociological Study’. of Scheduled Tribes in North Coastal
Andhra Pradesh’. (SC)
11. Dr. C.S. Murty, Former Professor,
Flat No- 103, Rolin Residency, Street 18. Professor Sadhna Arya, Satyawati
No- 2, CZECH Colony, Sanath Nagar, College (Eve.), Delhi, ‘Changing
Hyderabad, ‘Mainstream Effects of Contours of Feminist Organizing in
MGNREGs and their Contribution to India: Post 1990s’. (Salary Protected)
Inclusive Growth’.
19. Dr. Masood Ali Khan, Former Acting
12. Dr. S. Sudershan Rao, (Retired), 403, Director, SRC-ICSSR, Osmania
Sree Vijaya Towers, Ramanthapur, University, H.No.16-17-93, Azampura,
Hyderabad, ‘Knowledge Management Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘Political
in Academic Libraries in India: A Exclusion of Muslim Minorities in
Study of Tools and Techniques Used Indian Democratic Institutions – A Case
in Information Creation, Storage and Study of Parliament and Five States
Exchange’. Assemblies Elections (1952-2009)’.

13. Dr. Jyoti Verma, Road No.5, Rajendra 20. Prof. R.G. Desai, Institute of Social
Nagar, Patna, Bihar, ‘Bihari Identity: An and Economic Change (ISEC), Dr. V.
Un-charted Question’. K.R.V. Rao Road, Nagarabhavi Post,
Bengaluru, Karnataka, ‘Socio-Economic
14. Dr. Shamim Akhtar, 2nd Floor, Toostee Upliftment of Religious Minorities in
Griha, F.C. Road, Uzanbazar, Guwahati, Karnataka through Karnataka Minority
‘Education and Health of Marginalized Development Corporation Ltd: An
Women: A Study of the Women Living Exploratory Study’.
in Char Areas of Assam’.
21. Prof. (Mrs.) Hemlata Joshi, University
15. Dr. (Mrs.) Nilofar Izhar, 138-B, Greater of Jaipur, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Human
Azad Enclave (West), DHORRA, Development Index Village at Village
P.O. Kwarsi, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, Level: Methodology, Measurement
‘Medical Pluralism and People’s and Spatial Appraisal (A Case Study
Health Seeking Behavior in Aligarh of Rajsamand District, Rajasthan’.
District, U.P.: A Comparative Study of (Salary Protected)
Traditional Medical Systems in Medical
Geography’. 22. Professor Madhusudan Datta, University

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of Kalyani, Nadia, West Bengal, 2. Dr. Praveen Kumar, (SC), Dayal Singh
‘Evolution of Structure of the Indian College, New Delhi, ‘21st Shatabdi mein
Economy since the end 1960s’. Bharat America Samarik Sambhandh;
Shityudottar Yug ka Samikhshatmak
23. Dr. S. Vanathu Antoni, University of
Adhayayan’.
Delhi, Delhi, ‘Structure and Narration of
Eco-Feminist Discourse in Tamil Nadu 3. Dr. Jaivir Singh, C.S.S. University,
Culture and Literature’. Meerut, ‘Impact of Naxalism on India’s
Internal Security (An Analytical Study
24. Mr. Atul Bhardwaj, Institute of Chinese
with reference to Chhatisgarh’).
Studies, 8/17, Sri Ram Road, Civil
Lines, Delhi, ‘India’s Comprehensive 4. Dr. Shreepal Chudhan, Allahabad
Maritime Power and Naval Strategy’. University, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh,
‘Globalization, New Communication
25. Dr. Aditi Chatterji, Centre for Urban
Economic Studies, University of Technologies and Spirituality in India:
Calcutta, Kolkata, West Bengal, A Case Study of Akhil Vishwa Gayatri
‘Landscape and the Bengali Diaspora’. Privar, Shantikunj, Haridwar’.

26. Dr. Saroj Aurora, Har Prasad Institue 5. Dr. Himmat Singh Deora, Jawaharlal
of Behavioural Studies, 41-41, Nehru University, New Delhi,
Hardeep Enclave, Sikandra, Agra, Uttar ‘Importance of Strategic Partnerships
Pradesh, ‘Psycho-Social Predictors of in EU Foreign Policy: A Comparative
Impulsivity among Adolescent Boys: Study of EU- India and EU- Chaina
An Intervention Study’. Strategic Partnership’.

27. Dr. S. Murty, Former Professor, 6. Dr. Balakrushna P. Adhar, Takshashila


Hyderabad, ‘Mainstream Effects of Mahavidyalaya, Amaravati, Maharashtra,
MGNRESS and their Contribution to ‘An Analytical Study with Managerial
Inclusive Growth’. Aspect of Present Situation of
Malnutrition in the Tribal Area and
28. Dr. Prakash C. Jain, F-109, East of Financial Modus Operandi of Health
Kailash, New Delhi, ‘Socio-Economic Service Department (with special
Change among the Jains in the reference to Amravati Division on
Bundelkhand Region: A Sociological Maharashtra State)’.
Study’.
7. Dr. Aman Mohd Khan, Aligarh
Post-Doctoral Fellowships Muslim University, Aligarh, ‘A Study
of Resettelment, Rehabilitation and
1. Dr. Debjani Haldar, Jubilee Park Reconciliation of the Victims of
Centre for Alternative Research in Communal Violence in Post- Godhra
Development, Kolkata, ‘Visualize Gujarat’.
Women Protagonists in the Context of
National Parallel Cinema (1990- 2012 8. Dr. Aruna Vyas, University of
onwards): A Feminist Approch’. Rajasthan, Jaipur, ‘Lok Sanskriti, Samaj

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aur Parithitik Santulan: (Rajasthan ke Bhumika (Role) ka Vishleshnatmak
Sandharbh mein Vishesh Adhayayan)’. Adhayayan (Aligarh Jilla ke Vishesh
Sandharv mein)’.
9. Dr. Sushil Kumar, I.N. PG College,
Meerut, ‘Chatravason mein Rahne Wale 16. Dr. Latha Kasaram, S.V. University,
Chhtron mein Madak Drawya Vyasan ki Tirupati, ‘Promoting Quality Education
Samasya (Meerut Mahanagar ke Vishesh for Children belonging to Tribal
Sandharv mein: ek Samajshatriya Communities’.
Adhayayan)’.
17. Dr. Manoj Kumar, C.C.S. University,
10. Dr. Kavita Rawat, D.B.S. (PG) Meerut, ‘Bharatiya Musalmanon ki
Dehradun, Dooncity Mansoori School, Shekshik Sathiti ki Rajnaitik Vivechna:
Dehradun, Uttrakhand,‘Climate Change- Samasya evam Paripiksh (Pashchimi
Socio Economic Transformation and Uttar Pradesh ka Samaj Vigyanik
Ecology- A Spatial Empirical Study of
Vishleshan’.
Uttarakhand’.
18. Dr. Rajnikant Neeraj, Banaras Hindu
11. Dr. Sushma Rani, D.B.S. (PG) Dehradun,
University. Varanasi, (UP), ‘Gramin
‘Agricultural Diversification through
Samudaye mein Jansankhsya Niyantran
Farmer Driven Experimintation- An
Analytical Study of Dehradun District avam Niyojan (Varanasi Janpad ke
in Garhwal Himalaya’. Harhua Vikashkhand par Adharit
Smajshatriaya Adhayayan’.
12. Dr. Neetu Dubey, D.A.V. College,
Kanpur, ‘Gramin Arthvayavastha ke 19. Dr. Kameswar Prasad, Nalanda
Vikas mein Banko ki Bhomika- Uttar Mahavidyalaya, Nalanda, ‘Bharat mein
Pradesh ke Kanpur Dehat Janpad Dalit Andolan ka Etihasik Adhayayan
ke Sandarbh mein Vishleshnatmak (Baudh Dharm ke Vishesh Sandarbh
Adhayayan’, mein)’.

13. Dr. Vikas Kumar, BHU, Varanasi, 20. Dr. Itishree Padhi, Naba Krushna
‘Gramin Dalit Mahilaon mein Choudhury Center For Development
Samajik Jagrukta evam Rajnaitik Studies, Bhubneshwar, ‘Role Conflict
Chetna (Bihar ke Aurangabad Jile and Domestic Violence on Women:
ke Gram Panchayaton par Adharit Comparative Data on Bauri (a Dalit
Samajikshastriya Adhayayan’). Community) from Two Villagers in
Odisha’.
14. Dr. Rajashree Chandra, Centre for Policy
Research, New Delhi, ‘Biotechnology 21. Dr. Vinay, Meerut College, Meerut,
and the Changing Architecture of ‘India and United States Defence
Proverty and Rights’. Relationship: An Emerging Paradigm in
the Post 9/11’.
15. Dr. Simmi, D.S. College, Aligarh,
‘Swayam Sahayata Smoohoon (Self 22. Dr. Satyaveer Singh, C.S.S. University,
Help Groups) ka Garabi Nivaran mein Meerut, ‘Preventive Measures of HIV/

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AIDS in North- East India: An Analytical 31. Dr. Sandeep Kumar, C.S.S. University,
Study of Manipur State’. Meerut, ‘Perception of North- East of
National Security: An Analytical Study’,
23. Dr. Garima Ghiya, University of
Rajasthan, Jaipur, Swarup College of 32. Dr. Sandeep Kumar Sonkar (sc),
Management & Technology, Jaipur, ‘An Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi,
Evaluation of Government Initiatives ‘Anusuchit Jati ki Chatrae evam Uchch
towards Creating Women Social Shiksha (Varanasi Nagar par Adharit ek
Entrepreneurship in Rajasthan’. Samajshastriye Adhayayan’).
24. Dr. Poonima Thapar, H.P. University,
Shimla, ‘Voice of Women and Gender 33. Dr. A Gayatri, S.V. University,
Equality through Political Reservation’. Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, ‘Efficacy
of Psychological Intervention on
25. Dr. Ravindranath Bharli (sc), Banaras Neuroticism across Middle and late
Hindu University, Varanasi, ‘Bharatiya Adulthood’.
Prasasanik Sanskriti evam Jawabdeyta:
Varanasin Mandal ke Vishesh 34. Dr. Girish Gourav, Patna University,
Paripekshya mein’. Patna, ‘Attitudes of University
Teacher’s towoards Privatization of
26. Dr. Dheerendra Pratap Singh, Banaras Higher Education: A Study of Pedagogy
Hindu University, Varanasi, ‘Mitigating of the Dispossessed’.
Social Inequality and Poverty by
Collective Action for Water Harvesting’. 35. Dr. Chandra Verma, University of
Rajasthan, Jaipur, ‘Police- Samaj
27. Dr. Abhaya Kumar Singh, Ch. Charan
Antkriya: Laingik Sambandho ke
Singh University, Meerut, ‘Impact
Paripreksh mein’.
of Urban Governance on Political
Transformation: An Analytical Study of
36. Dr. Ngazekmi Vashum (St), North
Western Utter Pradesh’.
Eastern Hill University, Shilong,
28. Dr. Ashok Kumar (sc), C.S.S. ‘Secondary Education in the Hill Areas
University, Meerut, ‘Manavadhikar va of Manipur’,
Mahilaon ka Adhayayan’.
37. Dr. Gargee Dadhichi, Mohanlal Sukhadia
29. Dr. Pushpanshu Maharshi, S.K. Govt. University, Udaipur, ‘Empowerment
College, Sikar, Rajasthan, ‘Crime of Girl Adolescents through Legal
against Women- A Socio- legal Awarness’.
Investigation’.
38. Dr. Hemalata Verma, (SC), C.S.S.
University, Meerut, ‘Gramin Mahilao
30. Dr. Sangeeta Thrott, ITM- SIA Business
mein apne adhikaro ke prati jagrukta
School, Mumbai, ‘Green Supply
(Meerut Janpad ke sandarbh mein)’.
Chain Initiatives for Brand Building-
Evidences from Indian Corporates’. 39. Dr. Namita Gupta, Arti Mahila (PG)

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College, Varanasi, (UP), ‘Microfinance, Uttar Pradesh mein Krishi mein Urja
Micro Credit and Women Empowerment Upyog ka Krishi Vikas Par Prabhav’.
in Varanasi District: An Appraisal’.
40. Dr.Veerendra Pal Singh, (SC), K.A. 48. Dr. Deepali Dull Sharma, University
(PG) College, Keshganj, ‘Economic Of Delhi, Delhi, ‘Intergenerational
Analysis of Marketing and Agriculture Relationships- A Psycho- Social Study’.
Production of Paddy in Uttar Pradesh- A
Modern Context’. 49. Dr. Avinash D Kulkarni, T.M.
University, Pune, ‘A Study of Urban Co-
41. Dr. Sheeba Ali, Aligarh Muslim operative Credit Societies from Western
University, Aligarh, ‘A Study of Sub-urban Area of Pune’.
Conduct Disorder, Oppositional Defiant
Disorder, Anxiety and Loneliness of 50. Dr. Sonia Walia, University Of Delhi,
Children (Adolsety) in Relation to
Delhi, ‘Bio- Social Determinants of
Family and School Environment’.
Demographic Dynamics and Materal
42. Dr. T. Balaji Reddy, S.V. University, and Child Health among the People of
Tirupati, ‘Natural Resources: An Todapur- Dasghara, New Delhi’.
Indigenous Knowledge, Institutions
and Conservation in Tirumal Foot Hill 51. Dr. Ashok Kumar Sonkar (SC), HNB
Villages in Chittor District, Andhra Garwal University, Uttrakhand, ‘Samajik
Pradesh’. Bahishkar aur Dalit: Uttrakhand ke
Vishesh Pariparkshey mein’.
43. Dr. Minu Jha, University of Allahabad,
Allahabad ‘Changing Contours of 52. Dr. Asha Khandelwal, University of
India’s Engagement with the US: Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Akikrit
Nuclear Deal to Nuclear Liability’. Jalgrahan Prabhandhan Karyakram:
Prashashanik evam Karyatmak
44. Dr. Gowlar Yagoob, J.N.U. New Delhi, Adyayan’.
‘Modern Kashmir through Interfaces’.
53. Dr. Athing Ningshan (ST), Bharti
Vidyapeeth, Pune, Maharashtra, ‘The
45. Dr. A. Suvarna, SRC Hyderabad,
‘Empowerment of Women Corporators Impact of Poverty on Livelihood in
in Greater Hyderabad Municipal Manipur State’.
Corporation’. 54. Dr. M. Sateeshnadha Reddy, S.V.
University, ‘Empowerment and
46. Dr. N. Premi Devi, Jadavpur University, Economic Status of Household Beedi
Kolkata, ‘Post Modern Hindu Workers in Andhra Pradesh’.
Personalism: The History, Life and
thought of Bhaktisvarupa Damodar 55. Dr. G.T. Naidu, Andhra University,
Swami’. Visakhapatnan, ‘Socio - Economic
Implications of Filaria Incidence in
47. Dr. Kuldeep Kumar Sharma, Jamia Vizianagara District of Andhra Pradesh,
Millia Islamia, New Delhi, ’Paschimi India’.

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56. Dr. Priti Yadav, S.V. University, University, Lucknow, ‘Bhumandaliye


Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, ‘Status of Cadet Corps: Bharat ke National
Dalit Women in 21st Milenium (Issues Cadet Corps va Bhumandaliye Cadet
& Challenges) A Study of Rajasthan’. Sangathano ka Tulnatmak Etihasparak
Adhayayan’.
57. Dr. D. Ravindra, Kakatiya University,
Warangal, ‘Crime against Women in 65. Dr. Nenavath Venkatram (ST), Acharya
India and Administrative Response- A Nagar Junior University, Guntur, Andhra
Study in Warangal District’. Pradesh, ‘The Multi- Sectoral Impact of
HIV and AIDS: A Case Study of Andhra
58. Dr. Mohd Samir Hussain, Meerut
Pradesh, India’.
College, Meerut, ‘India Look East
Policy: Strategic Implications for North 66. Dr. Ch. Venkateswara, S.K. University,
East Region’. Anantapur, ‘Bahujanization and Its
Political Manifestation in Telangana’.
59. Dr. Mukesh Sharma, J.N.V. University,
Jodhpur, ‘Kalbeliya Samuday ka 67. Dr. Kamal Asif, Aligarh Muslim
Sanskritik evam Samajik Paridrashya: University, Aligarh, (UP),
Rajasthan ke Vishesh Sandarbh mein ek ‘Encroachment on Agricultural Land,
Samajshastriya Adhayayan’. Resource Utilization and Environmental
60. Dr. R. Chitra, University of Kerala, Issues in the Urban- Rural Fringe Area
‘Single Male Labour Migration from of Aligarh City’.
Tamil Nadu to Gulf Countries (With A
68. Dr. Kiran Kumar Singh (SC), C.S.S.
Special reference to U.A.E)’.
University, Meerut, (UP), ‘Uttar
61. Dr. Nagendra Singh, Sakaldiha Pradesh ke Hapur Janpad ka Bhartiye
P.G. College, Chandauli, (M.P) ‘A Swatantrata Aandolan mein Yogdan’
Geomorphic study of ‘SONAR’ Basin (1857-1947’) .
(M.P)’.
69. Dr. Ajay Kumar, Meerut, College,
62. Dr. Roopchand Gautam (SC), IGNOU, Meerut, ‘Indo- China Border Dispute: A
New Delhi, ‘Nayi Sadi mein Samaj par Descriptive Tactical Analytical Study’.
Swasthya Patrakarita ka Prabhav: ek
70. Dr. Tanuja Singh, A.N College, Magadh
Adhayayan’.
University, Patna, Bihar, ‘India’s
63. Dr. Nisha Pandey, King George's Foreign Policy on its Diaspora in
Medical University, Lucknow, ‘Gramin Africa (1947-2012): A Comparative
Aarthik Vikash mein Jansanchar Perspective’.
Madhyamon ki Bhumika: Dhanapur
Vikashkhand ki Gramin Mahilaon par 71. Dr. D.M. Bhosle, Baba Saheb Ambedkar
Adharit ak Arthishastri Adhayayan’. University, ‘Impact of ICT's on Indian
Society: A Study of Rural Areas In
64. Dr. Mukesh Kumar (SC), Lucknow Maharashtra’.

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72. Dr. Niranjan Das, Tezpur University, 80. Dr. Mahendra Kumar, N.M.S.N Das
Sonitpur, Assam, ‘Evaluation of College, Badaun, (UP), ‘Paschimi Uttar
Ecotourism Resource and Its Impact on Pradesh ki Gramin Artha Vyavastha
Comunity Livelihood- A Case Study of mein Vumihin Sramikon ka Yogdan- ek
Nature National Park and Anjoing Area Bisesalatmak Adhayayan’.
of Assam’.
81. Dr. Shah Alam, Jamia Millia Islamia
University, New Delhi, ‘Interplay of
73. Dr. Dillip Kumar Jauhar (SC), University
Domestic Politics and Foreign Security
of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, ‘Revival of
Policy of Iran’.
Budhism in Utter Pradesh: A Case Study
of Lucknow’. 82. Dr. Raja Mouli, Osmania University,
Hyderabad, ‘Administration of
74. Dr. Sribas Barik, Govt. College, Poverty Allevialion Programmes: A
(Autonomous), Bhawanipatna, Odisha Comparative Study of Andhra Pradesh
‘Deconstruction Democracy in India’. and Karnataka Implementation and
Impact of MGNREGP’.
75. Dr. Nishant Chubey, University of
83. Dr. Inderjeet Singh, CCS University,
Allahabad, Allahabad, ‘Manipur aur
Meerut, (UP), ‘Dalit Chetana evam
Biplav: Bharatiya Surakhsa evam
Rajneetik Paribartan: Uttar Pradesh ke
Akhandata par Uska Prabhav’.
Meerut evem Hapud Janpad ke Nagar
Khsetron par Adharit ek Bishesalatmak
76. Dr. Satish Chandra (SC), CSS
Adhayayan’.
University, Meerut, (UP), ‘A Critical
Study of Role of Police in Preservation 84. Dr. Ruchi Singh, Meerut College,
of Law and Order in Upcoming Towns: Meerut, ‘Naxalism in Chhatishgarh and
A Case Study of Gujrata Jyotiba Phule India’s National Security: A Comparative
Nagar, Uttar Pradesh’. Study of Raipur and Agrayanpur’.
85. Dr. Awadesh Kumar, B.H.U. Varanasi,
77. Dr. Aruna Vyas, University of
(UP), ‘Mahila Bidi Sramikon ki Samajik
Rajasthan, Jaipur, ‘Lok Sanskriti, Samaj
Dashayen or Swastya Samasyayen
evam Paristitik Santulan: Rajasthan ke
(Mirzapur Jille ka Ahrosh Nagarpalika
Sanderv mein vishesh Adhayayan’.
Kshetra par Adharit Samaj Vaigyanik
Adhayayan’.
78. Dr. Sandeep Kumar Chauhan, C.S.S.
University, Meerut, (UP), ‘Sthaniya 86. Dr. Dharamveer Chandel (SC),
Vikas Niyojan mein Jansadharan ki University of Rajasthan, Jaipur,
Sahbagita (Paschimi Uttar Pradesh ka ‘Manav Adhikar Sangrakhsyan
ek Adhayayan’. me Dr. Ambedkar ki Bhumika ek
Samikhsyatmak Adhayayan’.
79. Dr. Amrata Choudhury, University of
Rajasthan, Jaipur, ‘Bharatiya Sansad 87. Dr. Pankaj Gupta, University Of
Samasamayeek Chunoutiyan’. Rajasthan, Jaipur, ‘Nirman Khetron

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mein Salangen Mahila Kamgaro 95. Dr. Lokesh Kumar Chandel (SC),
ki Samajik Arthik Paristhiti evam University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, ‘Bharat
Manavadhikar Khetra ke Vishesh mein Loktantra ki Sankalpana Lohia ka
Sandarbh mein’. Yogdan’.

88. Dr. Subhas Chandel (SC), Ch. Charan 96. Dr. Pawan kumar (SC), Ch. Charan
Singh University, Meerut, (UP), Singh University, Meerut, (UP),
‘Bharatiya Dalit Rajnaiteek Chetana ke ‘Adhunik Bharat mein Gramin Vikas
Vikas mein Manyabar Kashiram Jile evam Mahilaen (Paschimi Raj ke Vishes
ki Bhumika ek Adhayayan, (Paschimi Sandarbh mein)’ 1950-2000 Tak’.
Uttar Pradesh ke Sandarbh mein)’.
97. Dr. Ragini Aggarwal, Mohan Lal
89. Dr. Nilu Saini, D.S. College, Aligarh, Sukhadia University, Udaipur,
(UP), ‘Impact of MNREGA a Scheme ‘Mahilaon ki Rajneeti Sahbhagita ke
on Rural Economy: An Analytical bahi Hetu Swayam Sahayata Samuhon
Study of two Districts in Western Utter k Vumika- Udaipur Jile ke Bishesh
Pradesh’. Sandarbh me’.

90. Dr. Vernika Sharma, Govt. NPG College 98. Dr. V. Sivadasan, J.N.U, New Delhi,
of Science, Raipur, (Chattisgarh), ‘Historic of Inclusion and Spaces
’Mental Conditions of Security Forces of Exclusion- A Study of Dalit
in Naxal- Conflict Zone of Chattisgarh’. Representation of Education Sector, Job
in Kerala- (1990-2010)’.
91. Dr. Hari Om, S.P. Chand Bagla (PG)
College, Hathras, ‘Spalia (Pattern and 99. Dr. Sanjeev Kumar (SC), J.V.Jain
Population Growth to in Thar Desert’. College, Saharanpur, ‘Sukshm stariya
Niyojan Hetu Gramin Sansadhano ka
92. Dr. Sarika Sharma, D.S College, Mulyankan (Paschimi Uttar Pradesh
Aligarh, ‘Role of Institutional Credit for ke Saharanpur Mandaliya Kshetro ka
Agriculture Development in Western in bhaugolik Pariprekhsya mein gahan
Utter Pradesh: An Empirical Study’. Adhayayan)’.

93. Dr. Mukul Sharma, Ch. Charan 100. Dr. Vandana Verma, Banaras Hindu
Singh University, Meerut, ‘Financial University, Varanasi, ‘A Study of
Performance of Small and Medium Suicidal Behavior of Adolescents in
Enterprises: An Analytical Study of Rural and Urban Areas of Varanasi
Western Utter Pradesh’. District’.

94. Dr. Manisha Sharma, Ch. Charan Singh 101. Dr. N. Chandrasekhara Reddy, S.K.
University, Meerut, (UP), ‘A Study of University, Anantapur, (A.P), ‘Citizen
Stress and Stress Coping Strategies Adoption of e-Governance: A Review
among Working and Non- Working and Assessment- Dept. of Rural
Women’. Development- Andhra Pradesh’.

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102. Dr. Veena Soni, Aishwariya College Samajik evam Sanskritik Chetana ke
of Education, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, ‘An Vishesh Sandarbh mein)’.
Analytical Study on the Hunger and
Food Security Management in Rural 111. Dr. Rajat Bhatnakar, M.L. Sukhadia
India’. University, Udaipur, ‘Jeevan Kousal
Sikhsha evam Kishorabsta (Bidyalayee
103. Dr. M. Shradhadevi, Manipur University, Kishore- Kishoron ka Samaj Shastriya
Imphal, ‘Valuation of Women’s Work Adhayayan’.
in Manipur’.
112. Dr. D.S. Meghwal (SC), M.L. Sukhadia
104. Dr. B. Gopal Naik (ST), S.K. University,
University, Udaipur, ‘Land & Women:
Anantapuram, Andhra Pradesh, ‘Foreign
Dimension of Crime (A Study of
Policy of Rajiv Gandhi fowards India’s
Southern Rajasthan)’.
Neighbours and its Impact Afterwards’.
105. Dr. Shilpa Kumari, Banaras Hindu 113. Dr. Devendra Kumar, Ch. Charan Singh
University, Varanasi, ‘Religisity, University, Meerut, (UP), ‘Dr. Bhimrao
Spirituating and Anlenatal Anxiety, Ambedkar ki Samajik Nyaya ki
Depression as Related to Neonatal Out Abdharana mein Arakhshan ki bhumika’
comes’. (Paschimi Uttar Pradesh mein Meerut
Mandal ek Viseshlatmak Adhayayan).
106. Dr. Arti Kamedia, Shri Atal Bihari
Vajpayee Arts & Commerce College, 114. Dr. Bharat Singh, B.H.U. Varanasi,
Indore, ‘Transformation through Karyojit Mahila evam Samajik
New Emerging Trends of Marketing Ruparantaran (Kamkaji Mahilao
System in the Tribal Areas: A Study ke Samayojan evam Privartan ka
in the Western Tribal Belt of Madhya Samajshatriya Adhyayan’.
Pradesh’.
115. Dr. Naresh Yadav, Council for Social
107. Dr. Bajrang Lal Saini, University of Development, New Delhi, ‘The Social
Rajasthan, Jaipur, ‘Political Importance Phenomenon of Honour Kiling: A Case
of SAARC: Problems and Prospect’. Study of the Culture zones of Haryana’.
108. Dr. Sagar Mal, University of Rajasthan,
116. Dr. Satendra Kumar, SSSS (PG)
Jaipur, ‘South Asia Free Trade
College, Meerut, (UP), ‘Panchayati
Agreement (SAFTA) Problems and
Rajya Vyavastha mein Mahilaon ki
Prospects’.
sahbhagita Uttar Pradesh ke Bagpat
109. Dr. Renu Panwar, Meerut College, Janpad ke Visesh Sanderv Mein’.
Meerut, (UP), ‘China’s Interest in
Nepal and Its Implication for India: A 117. Dr. Seepana Prakasam, Punjab University,
Comparative Analytical Study’. Chandigarh,’Implimentation and Impact
of Anti- Poverty Programmes- Public
110. Dr. Nitya Nand Singh, Banaras Hindu Distribution System, Mid-day Meal
University, Varanasi, ‘Samkalin Lok Scheme & Rashtriya Swasthya Bima-
Sanskritik or Kabir ki Kavita: (Dharmik, Yojana’. ( Case Study of Chandigarh)

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118. Dr. Ajay Pal Kaur, Guru Nanak Dev Fertile and Infertile Women Residing in
University, Amritsar, (Punjab), ‘Gender the Same Family’.
and Politics: Perception and Participation
role of Women in Punjab Politics’. 126. Dr. Moti Lal (SC), Shri S.N.College,
Bharatpur, ‘Vardhanan Bhumandlika ke
119. Dr. Shiv Kumar Garg, D.N College, Pareprekshy me Bhaliya Navi Sangharsh
Meerut, ‘An Analytical Study of Uplabdhiyan evam Sahityik Sanderv
Housing Finance in India: With Special mein Navi Jeevan ke Vividh sopan (21
Reference to Housing Scheme in Urban vi sadi ke paripreksh mein)’.
& Rural (Area for Low & Middle income
127. Dr. Sarita Sharma, Ch. Charan Singh
Group in Meerut Region’.
University, Meerut, ‘Legal Awareness
120. Dr. P.V. Gore, Dr. Baba Saheb among Women: An Analytical Study of
Ambedkar, Marathwada University, District Bhogpal- in Western UP’.
Aurangabad, Maharashtra, ‘Changing
128. Dr. B. Mohan Babu (SC), Andhra
Dimensions/ Development Journalism
University, Visakhapatnam, ‘An
in Maharashtra’.
Explorative study on Dwino Programme
121. Dr. Namita Gupta, Arya Mahila Empowering Agency For Women in
PG College, Chetganj, Varanasi, Andhra Pradesh’.
‘Microfinance, Micro Credit and Women 129.
Dr. Subbaiah, Andhra University,
Empowerment in Varanasi District: An Visakhapatnam, ‘Micro Finance and
Appraised’. Rural Credit Access for the Poor’.
122. Dr. Lokesh Chatruvedi, University 130. Dr. Geetanjali Chandrakar, Govt. NPG
of Rajasthan, Jaipur, ‘Bharat mein College of Science, Raipur, ‘India-
Samajvadi Andolan: Rashtriya Bangladesh Relation Challenges and
Parives ke Sanderbh mein ek Vishesh Solutions’.
Adhayayan’.
131. Dr. Yogesh Maheswari, University
123. Dr. Mahesh Nawariya (SC), Rajasthan of Kalyani. Dist- Nadi, West Bengal,
University, Rajasthan, ‘Kanya bhroon ‘The Critical Triangle of Education
Hatya’. Manegement A: Case Study on School
in West Bengal W.R.T Parents/Teachers/
124. Dr. Tapas Pal, North Eastern Hill Student Relationship’.
Universoty, Shillong, ‘Dukpa Tribe
in Buxa and Sikkim Socio- Cultural 132. Dr. Jyotsna Srivastava, University of
Terroism Settlement Structure and Rajasthan, Rajasthan, ‘Jaipur mein
Ecological Sustainability’. Prabasi Kamkaji Mahilaon ka Vartaman
Samajik evam Sanskrutik Parivartan ek
125. Dr. Anamika Baru, University of Samajsastrik Servakhyan Adhayayan,
Jammu, Jammu, ‘Social Status of (Kachhe Bastion ke Sandarbh mein)’.
Women as Attached by the Capacity to
Bear Children ( A Comparision between 133. Dr. Radhey Shyam, Rajasthan

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University, Jaipur, ‘Bharti rajniti mein 140. Dr. Prabhoo Singh, University of
Daliye Vyavastha ka swaroop evam Rajasthan, Jaipur (Rajasthan), ‘Bharat
Ubharti navin Pravirtiya Khestriya ke Aanvik Neeti: Ubharte Aayam evam
dalon ke vishesh Sandarbh mein ek Chunotiya’.
Adhyayan’.
141. Dr Anita Nair, University of Rajsthan,
134. Dr. K. Jayaramaiah, S.V. University, Jaipur, ‘A Study of Youth Mentality in
Tirupati, ‘The Social Change: A Contemporary Hindi Stories’.
Critical Evaluating of the Lives of SC 142. Dr. N. Venkatram (ST), Acharya
Community in Chittoor District, Andhra Nagarjuna University, Guntur (A.P.,
Pradesh’. ‘The Multi-Sectoral Impart of HIV and
135. Dr. Maridula Sharma, University of AIDS: A Case Study of Andhra Pradesh,
Rajasthan, Jaipur, ‘Bharat mein bal India’.
Shramikon ki Samasya: Rajasthan Doctoral Fellowships
mein Jaipur Jile mein Shahri evam
Gramin Khestron ke Sambandh mein General Category
Tulanatmak Adhayayan’. 1. Mohammad Shahid Zaman, Aligarh
Muslim University, Aligarh, Uttar
136. Dr. V. Kalyan Sankar, University of
Pradesh, ‘Performance of Cooperative
Pune, Maharashtra, ‘The Structure and
Banking in Jammu and Kashmir during
its Shadows or the Role of Coaching
Post Reform Period’.
Classes in Indian Higher Education’.
2. Sonali Sharma, Maharana Pratap
137. Dr. Kapil Chauhan, Meerut College, University of Agriculture and
Meerut, ‘Effect on Indian Security Technology, Udaipur, Rajasthan,
of Naxalism: A Comparative Study ‘Impact of Agricultural Services of
between Raipur and Kabirdhaman (Dist. Tribal Area Development Programme on
of Chattisgarh)’. Tribals of Udaipur District, Rajasthan’.
138. Dr. Chandra Prakash Gupta, University 3. Avinash Choudhary, B.S.R Govt. Arts
of Rajasthan, Jaipur, ‘Role of College, Rajasthan, ‘Role of Dairy
Family Courts as an Instrument for Cooperatives in Rural Development in
Multidisciplinary Approach to Resolve Rajasthan’.
Family Problems and Maintaning
Family Fabric: A Critical Study in 4. Shobhika, Himachal Pradesh University,
Perspective of Socio Legal and Judicial Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh, ‘Impact
Trends’. Assessment of Resettlement and
Rehabilitation Activities of Koldam
139. Dr. Fareeda Saheen, Aligarh Muslim Hydropower Project in Himachal
University, Aligarh (U.P). A Study of Pradesh’.
Perceived Parental Expectations Parental
Attitutdes and Self Esteem in Relation 5. Priyanka Bhau, University of Jammu,
to Depression among Adolscent’. Jammu & Kashmir, ‘Level of Human

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Resource Development in Slums of 13. Anish Fatima, Osmania University,


Jammu City with reference to Women Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘An Economic
and Children’. (Withdrawn) Analysis of Muslim Girls Education in
Hyderabad District in Telangana State’.
6. Panchatapa Deshamukhya, Assam (Withdrawn)
University, Assam, ‘Role of Service
14. Revathi K Sivadas, Sacred Heart
Sector on Economic Growth: A
College, Kerala, ‘An Economic Analysis
Case Study of North Eastern Region
of Spices Sector in Kerala Under the
during Pre and Post Reform Period’.
WTO Regime: Focused on Pepper and
(Withdrawn)
Cardamom’.
7. Chilukani Munendar Reddy, Osmania 15. Amrita Mehta, Mohanlal Sukhadia
University, Hyderabad, Telangana,‘A University, Udaipur, Rajasthan,
Study on Securitization with special ‘Effect of Advertisement on Consumer
focus on Indian Banking System’. Behaviour and Brand Preference: With
special reference to Selected Consumer
8. Sumi Goswami, Dayalbagh Educational Durables in Udaipur District’.
Institute, Deemed University, Agra,
16. Shaik Asha Begum, Acharya Nagarjuna
Uttar Pradesh, ‘Impact of Financial
University, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh,
Inclusion on Economic Status of Rural
‘The Role of Women Entrepreneurship
Poor in Uttar Pradesh: A Case Study’.
in Small Scale Industries’.
9. Nilu Khan, Central University of 17. Renjith P.S., Madras School of
Gujarat, Gujarat, ‘Workers in Lock Economics, Chennai, Tamil Nadu,
Industry: An Empirical Study of Aligarh, ‘Debt Sustainability, Dynamics and its
Uttar Pradesh’, Linkage with Federal Transfers of the
State Governments in India’.
10. Abdur Rashid Ahmed, Gauhati
18. Manpreet Kaur, Punjabi University,
University, Guwahati, Assam, ‘An
Patiala, Punjab, ‘Ownership of Assets,
Exploration of Causality between
Occupational Structure and Poverty
Infrastructure and Economic Growth: A
among Scheduled Caste Households in
Case Study of Assam’.
Rural Punjab’.
11. Gini Paul, University of Calicut, 19. Pushpa, National Dairy Research
Thrissur, Kerala, ‘Effectiveness of Institute, Haryana, ‘The Impact
Public Expenditure on Health and Assessment of Livestock Services and
Education: A Study of Major States in Economic Analysis of their Delivery
India’. (Withdrawn) Mechanism in Gujarat’.

12. Ankita Borbora, Gauhati University, 20. Zahid Hussain, University of Kashmir,
Guwahati, Assam, ‘Economic Jammu & Kashmir, ‘Resource Use
Empowerment of Women in Assam: Efficiency in Saffron Cultivation in
Policies and Outcomes’. District Pulwama of Kashmir Valley’.

152
21. Madhulika Soni, Jai Narayan Vyas 29. Parveen Rani, Punjabi University,
University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, ‘Role Bathinda, Punjab, ‘Production and
of Special Economic Zones (SEZ) in Marketing of Cotton in Punjab: A
Economic Development of India (2006- Case Study of Bathinda District’.
2013)’. (Withdrawn)

22. Nandakumar V T, Govt Brennen College, 30. P. Arun Kumar, Bharathiar University,
Kannur, Kerala, ‘Oil Price Volatility and Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, ‘Occupation
Macro Economic Indicators in India’. Related Health Problems, Expenditure
Incurred, Source of Finance and
23. Kirandeep Kaur, Central University
Enrolment of Health Insurance Schemes
of Rajasthan, Rajasthan, ‘Causality
between Public Expenditure and among Agricultural Workers in Theni
Economic Growth in Rajasthan’. District’.

24. Aradhana Deshta, Himachal Pradesh 31. Urmi Pattanayak, North Orissa
University,Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, University, Odisha, ‘Minor Irrigation
‘An Economic Analysis of the Gender and Agricultural Development: A Study
Dimension of Discrimination: A Case of Keonjhar District in Odisha’.
Study of District Shimla of Himachal
Pradesh’. 32. Manzoor Hassan Malik, Pondicherry
University, Puducherry, ‘Trade
25. Sajad Hussain, Aligarh Muslim Competitiveness of Indian Software and
University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, Service Industry’.
‘Problems and Prospects of Handicraft
Industry in Kashmir’. 33. Rajdeep Kaur, Punjabi University,
Patiala, Punjab, ‘Domestic Violence
26. Vipin Sharma, Punjab University,
against Women in Punjab: A Case Study
Chandigarh,‘A Study of India’s Trade
of Mansa District’.
Relations with SAARC Countries under
SAFTA’.
34. Shiney Chakraborty, Jawaharlal Nehru
27. Siddaram, Karnataka University, University, Delhi, ‘Gender Wage
Dharwad, Karnataka, ‘Municipal Discrimination in the Indian Labour
Finance in Karnataka: An Economic Market, 1993-94 to 2011-12’.
Analysis’.
35. Arkajyoti Jana, Jawaharlal Nehru
28. Shanmuga Priya A.G, Bharathiar University, Delhi, ‘Recent Trends in
University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, Financing Higher Education in India:
‘Impact of Alcohol Consumption on Issues of Access and Quality’.
Health, Treatment Seeking Behaviour,
Source of Finance and Cost Incurred for 36. Priyanta Ghosh, Jawaharlal Nehru
Treatment among Alcoholic Patients in University, Delhi, ‘Theories and
Coimbatore’. Empirics of Firm Export Behaviour:

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Revisiting the Home Market of Banks in Financing Agriculture:


Hypothesis’. A Comparative Study of CGGB and
DCCBs in Godavari Region, Andhra
37. Shilpi Tripathi, Jawaharlal Nehru Pradesh’.
University, Delhi, ‘Impact of Foreign
Direct Investment on Environment in 45. Sanjay Taneja, Chaudhary Devi
India and Bangladesh: A Comparative Lal University, Sirsa, Haryana, ‘An
Study, 1991-2014’. Appraisal of Financial Performance of
Banking Sector in India: A Comparative
38. Mamta Lamba, Jawaharlal Nehru
Study of Public, Private and Foreign
University, Delhi, ‘An Economic
Banks’.
Analysis of Asset Inequalities in Rural
India since the Early 1980s’.
46. Neeraj Basotia, University of Rajasthan,
39. Sarbeswar Pradhan, Jawaharlal Nehru Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘An Evaluative Study
University, Delhi, ‘Student Migration of Agrarian Crisis in Rajasthan with
and Human Capital: A Case Study of special reference to Shekhawati Region’.
National Capital Region’.
47. Dhondiba A Nikkam, Central University
40. Manasi Bera, Jawaharlal Nehru of Karnataka, Gulbarga, Karnataka, ‘An
University, Delhi, ‘Income Mobility, Empirical Analysis of Option Printing
Employment and Migration in Models: A Study of Select Stock Options
Rural India: An Empirical Study of in Indian Derivatives Market’.
Employment Dynamics since 1990s’.
48. Dharmender Kumar, Himachal Pradesh
41. Peter Emil Jebakumar S, Manonmaniam University, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh,
Sundarnar University, Abshekapatt, ‘Financial Inclusion in Himachal
Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu, ‘Upliftment of Pradesh: An Empirical Study of Direct
Rural Women through MGNREGS in Benefit Transfer Scheme’.
Southern Districts of Tamil Nadu’.
49. Anupam Bahri, H.P. University, Shimla,
42. Kamani Dutta, University of Jammu, Himachal Pradesh, ‘Cognitive Effects of
Jammu & Kashmir, ‘Exploring Advertising on Consumers: A Study of
Determinants, Dimensions and Durable and Non-durable Products’.
Outcomes of Customer Experience in
Selected Services’. 50. Mohd Younis Sofi, University
of Kashmir, Jammu & Kashmir,
43. N.K. Pradeep Kumar, S.V. University, ‘Fiscal Policy and Macroeconomic
Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, ‘Financial Development in India’. (Withdrawn)
Performance of Indian Iron and Steel
Industry’. (Withdrawn) 51. Shobanageetha. K, Bharathiar
University, Coimbatore, Tamail Nadu,
44. N.P.S.V.N. Murthy, Andhra University, ‘The Mechanics of Poverty Alleviation
Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, ‘Role and Inclusive Growth in Tamil Nadu’.

154
52. B.P. Bijay Sankar, National Institute of Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu, ‘Export of the
Technology, Rourkela, Odisha, ‘Choice Seafood in Tamil Nadu’.
of Payment Methods in Mergers and
Acquisitions: Empirical Investigation 60. Purnima Singh, Central University
into Manufacturing Companies in of Haryana, Mahendergarh, Haryana,
India’. ‘Shifting Paradigm of Corporate Social
Responsibility: An Analysis of Select
53. Zahoor Ahmad Mir, Jamia Millia Organizations of Sonbhadra Region’.
Islamia, New Delhi, ‘Modelling
Volatility and Evaluating Impact of 61. Priya Singh, Gurukul Kangri University,
Domestic and Global Factors on the Haridwar, Uttarakhand, ‘Impact of
Performance of Indian Stock Market’. Intellectual Capital and Organizational
Learning on Business Performance:
54. Laxmidhar Panda, Central University A Study of Selected Healthcare
of Rajasthan, Ajmer, Rajasthan, ‘An Organizations’.
Empirical Analysis of Spill Over and
Contagion Effect on the International 62. Moturu Venkata Raja Sekhar, Andhra
Stock Markets’. University, Visakapatnam, Andra
Pradesh, ‘Green Consumer Behaviour:
55. Shivam Jindal, Aligarh Muslim A Cross Cultural Study of Consumers in
University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, India and America’.
‘Financial Performance of the Banking
Sector in India: A Case Study of Punjab 63. Shuchita Bakshi, Central University
National Bank’. of Jammu, Jammu and Kashmir,
‘Community Based Tourism: A Case
56. Urvi Singh, Central University of Study of Jammu Region’.(Withdrawn)
Rajasthan, Rajasthan, ‘Relevance of
Forensic Accounting in Curbing Frauds: 64. S.M.Saranya, Bharathiar University,
An Empirical Analysis with reference to Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, ‘Enhancing
Indian Banking Sector’. Role-based Performance through the
Job Demands: Resources Model among
57. Pragyan Dash, National Institute Software Professionals’.
of Technology, Rourkela, Odisha,
‘Prediction of Determinants of Merger 65. Onkar Nath Mishra, Banaras Hindu
and Acquisition: An Empirical Analysis University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh,
of Indian Manufacturing and Service ‘Entrepreneurship in Ethnic Youth:
Sector’. Assessing Orientation, Modelling
Employment Choice and Ramifications
58. Shivani Thapliyal, Gurukul Kangri for Support System’.
University, Dehradun, Uttarakhand,
‘Influence of High Performance Work 66. N. Ramakrishna, Sri Venkateswara
System on Organizational Effectiveness: University, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh,
A Study of Selected Organizations’. ‘A Study of Social Advertising with
special reference to its Effectiveness in
59. D. Joel Jebadurai, Alagappa University, Andhra Pradesh’.

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67. Poorani.T, Pondicherry University, ‘Faculty Retention among Private


Puducherry, ‘Adoption of e-Consulting Professional Higher Education
for Talent Acquisition and Talent Institutions in Delhi and National
Development: A Study with Reference Capital Region, India’.
to Selected Outsourcing Companies and
HR Consultancies’. 75. Bilkeesa Akhter, University of Kashmir,
Jammu and Kashmir, ‘Bangladeshi
68. Siddharth Misra, National Institute Migrants and Politics in Assam: A
of Technology, Rourkela, Odisha, Study’.
‘Improving Attitude towards Brand
with environmental Associations: An 76. Badri Narayan Jat, University of
Empirical Approach’. Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Bhartiya
Prajatantra mein Naxalwaad ek Chunoti:
69. Suvendu Kumar Pratihari, National Chhattisgarh Rajay ke Sandarbh mein
Institute of Technology, Rourkela, ek Adhayayan’.
Odisha, ‘Effect of Corporate Social
Responsibility on Corporate Branding 77. T. Karthikeyan, Presidency College
in Indian Banking Sector’. (Autonomous), Chennai, Tamil Nadu,
‘District Police Administration with
70. Ruchira Panda, National Institute special reference to Thiruvallur District’.
of Technology, Rourkela, Odisha,
‘Financial Market and Sectorial 78. Manoj Kumar, S.K. Govt. College,
Integration: Empirical Evidence from Rajasthan, ‘Indo-Nepal Relations with
Domestic and Emerging Markets’. special reference to Land Locked State’.

71. Aditi Dang, University of Hyderabad, 79. Sohan Lal, Central University of
Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘Measuring Haryana, Haryana,‘Eurozone Crises and
Service Failures and Recovery Effects its Impact on India’.
on Customer Satisfaction and Retention
in General Insurance of India’. 80. Jahangeer Ahmad Bhat, Vikram
University, Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh,
72. Ravinder Kumar, Jai Narain Vyas India’s Policy towards Russia: A
University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, ‘An Study of UPA Period’. (Withdrawn)
Analytical Study of Corporate Failures
in India: A Case Study of Selected 81. Mayura Bhalchandra Vedpathak. Central
Industrial Units’. University of Gujarat, Gujarat, ‘Study
of Rape: A Form of Political Violence in
73. Swati Sharma, University of Jammu, South Asia’.
Jammu and Kashmir, ‘Affordance and
Technology Acceptance: A Study of 82. Lubina Sarwar, University of Kashmir,
HCI in Online Shopping’. Jammu and Kashmir, ‘India-Nepal
Relations since 1990’.
74. Priyanka Bareth, Maharshi Dayanand
Saraswati University, Ajmer, Rajasthan, 83. Shailja Sandu, Mohanlal Sukhadia

156
University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, 91. Chanchal, Ch. Charan Singh University,
‘Empowerment of Women through Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Prachin Bharat
Reservation at Grass Root Level with mein Samajik evam Rajnaitik Nyaya:
special reference to Sirohi District of Vyas, Manu, Kautilya evam Shukra ka
Rajasthan’. Alochanatamak Adhyayan’.

84. Thokchom Premabati Devi, Manipur 92. M. Sharon Missile, University College
University, Manipur, ‘Political Violence of Arts and Social Sciences, Hyderabad,
and Human Rights Movements with Telangana, ‘Effective Governance,
special reference to the Valley of Federal Polity and Coalition Government
Manipur’. in India’.

85. Tabassum Parveen, Jamia Millia Islamia, 93. Gurdeep Singh, Punjabi University,
New Delhi, ‘Emerging Dynamics of Patiala, Punjab, ‘Indian’s Security and
Political Economy of Qatar and UAE: A Strategic Interests in Central Asia’.
Comparative Study since 1999’.
94. Rukinder Kaur, Punjab University,
86. Prachi Madhumita Mohanty, Fakir Patiala, Punjab, ‘Humanitarian
Mohan University, Balasore, Intervention and its Impact on
Odisha,‘Indo-Russian Co-operation State Sovereignty: A Case Study of
in South-East Asia: Move Towards Afghanistan and Iraq’. (Withdrawn)
Multipolar World’.
95. Pramod Kumar, Delhi University,
87. Noufal. K, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, ‘Interrogating the Pedagogy of
Delhi, ‘Banking Ombudsman as a Tool Exclusion: Analysing the Politics of
of Good Governance: A Comparative Social Science Curriculum in Select
Study of Kerala and Delhi’. Indian Universities’.

88. Kurhade Sandip Bhimrao, Rashtrasant 96. Lolapu Thirupathi, Osmania University,
Tukdoji Maharaj University, Nagpur, Hyderabad, Telangana,’Dynamics of
Maharashtra, ‘Relevance of M. N. Roy's Backward Castes' Representation in
Political Thoughts: A Critical Study’. Panchayati Raj Institutions in Telangana:
A Case Study of Karimnagar District’.
89. Farooq Ahmad Waza, University
of Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir, 97. Shabana Roze, Jamia Millia Islamia,
‘Development of Panchayati Raj in New Delhi, ‘Juvenile Justice System in
Jammu and Kashmir: Concept and India: Theory and Practices’,
Practice’.
98. Marale Sachin Haibati, Shivaji
90. Fakrudeen Khan, University of University, Kolhapur, Maharashtra,
Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Politics of Development in Sangli
‘Afghanistan - Pakistan Sambandh: District: Political Leadership of
Hamid Karzai Shansankaal (2004-2014) Freedom Fighter in Sangli District in
ke Sandarbh mein ek Adhayayan’. Post-Independence Era’.

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99. G. George, Gandigram Rural Institute, 107. Ashwini Sopanrao Jadhav, Jawaharlal
Dindigul, Tamil Nadu, ‘Evaluating Nehru University, New Delhi,
the Implementation Process of ‘Denotified Tribes, Globalisation and
Rehabilitation of Manual Scavengers’ Health: A Study of Pardhi Tribe of
Act 2013 in Tamil Nadu’. Selected Districts in Madhya Pradesh’.
100. Kunta Anjaneyulu, Osmania University,
108. Sanghamitra Parida, Jawaharlal Nehru
Hyderabad, Telangana,‘Public Policy
University, New Delhi, ‘A Study of Civil
and Pressure Groups in Telangana: A
Society in Kazakhstan, 1991-2014’.
Study of United Teachers Federation’.

101. Chandradeep Nandlal Yadav, University 109.


Inderjeet Singh, Jawaharlal Nehru
of Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, University, New Delhi, ‘Integration
‘Kendra-Rajya Sambandh: Rajasthan and Discrimination under Canadian
ke Vishesh Sandarbh mein (1999 se Multiculturalism: A Study of Sikh and
Vartman Tak)’. Muslim Communities, Post- 9/11’.

102. Madhumita Das, Jawaharlal Nehru 110.


Shilpa Asopa, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, New Delhi, ‘Explaining University, New Delhi, ‘Transnational
India’s Foreign Policy Approach Paedophilia and Power Asymmetries: A
towards the Palestinian and Tibetan Study of Germany-Thailand Network of
Movements’. Sexual Exploitation of Children’.
103. Anushree, Jawaharlal Nehru University,
New Delhi, ‘Political Dynasties in 111. Gunanidhi Barik, Jawaharlal Nehru
Electoral Politics: Case Studies of University, New Delhi, ‘World Bank
Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan’. and Gender: A Study of Agriculture and
Rural Development Projects in India’.
104. Pankaj Kumar, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, New Delhi, ‘Role of Nepali 112.
Saheli Bose, Jawaharlal Nehru
Congress, Communist Party of Nepal University, New Delhi, ‘India-Myanmar
(Unified Marxist Leninist) and Unified Economic Relations: Regional and Sub-
Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) in Regional Implications, 1994-2015’.
Nepal's Democracy, 1990-2013’.
113. Shashi Kant Pandey, Jawaharlal Nehru
105. Abhimanyu Behera, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, New Delhi, ‘Party System
University, New Delhi, ‘Geo-politics of
and Electoral Politics in Russia, 1991-
Energy in Kazakhstan: Implications for
India and China, 2005-2013’. 2012’.

Sana Tasleem, Jawaharlal Nehru 114. Surabhi, Jawaharlal Nehru University,


106.
University, New Delhi, ‘Social New Delhi, ‘A Comparative Study of
Movements and Women's Participation Middle Class in Russia’s Far East and
in Egypt (1981-2012)’. India’s North East, 1991-2015’.

158
115. Shyamjyoti Saikia, Jawaharlal Nehru 123. Harpreet Singh, Punjabi University,
University, New Delhi, ‘Religion to Patiala, Punjab, ‘Impact of e-Governance
State: Ethnic Pluralism and the Making on Public Service Delivery: A Case
of Assam, 1874-1972’. Study of Suwidha Project in Punjab’.
(Withdrawn)
116. Aisha Imtiyaz, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, New Delhi, ‘Citizenship and 124. Amanjot Kaur, Panjab University,
Rights of Religious Minorities in India: Chanidgarh, ‘Participatory Approach to
A Study of the National Commission for Solid Waste Management: A Study of
Minorities’. Select Urban Local Bodies of Punjab
State’.
117. Philip Varghese, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, New Delhi, ‘Political 125. Prajakta Pradip Shukla, Jamia Millia
Implications of Tourism as Development: Islamia, New Delhi, ‘Maternal Health in
Case Study of Vythiri and Kumbalangi India with Reference to Janani Suraksha
Regions in Kerala’. Yojana in Gwalior and Jhabua Districts
of Madhya Pradesh’.
118. Nikhil Jain, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, New Delhi, ‘Comparison of 126. Manju, Panjabi University, Patiala,
Presidential Systems and their Impact Punjab, ‘Financial Inclusion and
on the Nature of Democracy in Russia, Capacity Building of Rural Poor Women
U.S and France’. through Swaranjayanti Gram Swarojgar
Yojana (SGSY): A Case Study of
119. Saad Ahmad, Jawaharlal Nehru Haryana’.
University, New Delhi, ‘Discourses of
Salafism and Ijtihad in the Arab World’. 127. Ajay Kumar Gupta, Banaras Hindu
University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh,
120. Rapelly Venkatesh, Kakatiya University, ‘Taxation of Goods and Services in the
Telangana, ‘Empowerment of Women Era of e-Commerce: Challenges and
through MGNREGS in Telangana State: Solutions’.
A Case Study of Karim’.
128.
Parvesh Kumar Rajput, Panjab
121. Isha Kaul, Panjab University, University, Chandigarh, ‘Powers and
Chandigarh, ‘Policy Framework and Privileges of Armed Forces: A Study’.
Administrative Aspect of Disaster
Management: An Empirical Study from 129. Shraddha Deva, Jawaharlal Nehru
Jammu and Kashmir’. University, New Delhi, ‘Sexual
Harassment at Workplace: A Socio-
122. Sudhanshu Gautam, Vardhaman Legal Analysis’. (Withdrawn)
Mahaveer Open University, Kota,
Rajasthan, ‘Rajasthan mein ek 130. Govind Yadav, Hidayatullah National
Governance: Jodhapur Tatha Ajmer Law University, Raipur, Chhattisgarh,
Jile mein e-Jila Pilot Pariyojana ke ‘Comparative Advertisement in the
Kriyanvayan ka Tulnatmak Adhyayan’. Realm of Trademark: A Critical Study

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of Issues and Challenges with special Comparison of New York City, Makkah
reference to Consumers in India’. and Dubai’.

131. Anubha Dwivedi, Hidayatullah National 139. Sudhaveni Naresh, Jawaharlal Nehru
Law University, Raipur, Chhatisgarh, University, New Delhi, ‘Socio-
‘Law Relating to Protection of Economic and Identity Implications of
Geographical Indications: with Specific Demographic Crisis in Russia, 1991-
Focus on Geographical Indications of 2013’.
Uttar Pradesh’.
140. Sudarsana Rana, Jawaharlal Nehru
132. Renu Sain, Jawaharlal Nehru University, University, New Delhi, ‘Russia-China
New Delhi, ‘Gender and Human Relations: Divergence and Convergence
Security in Kazakhstan, 1991-2013’. in Central Asia’.

133. Imran, Jawaharlal Nehru University, 141. Chandrima Chaudhuri, Jawaharlal Nehru
New Delhi, ‘Employment Generation University, New Delhi, ‘Myanmar-
Strategies in Post-Independence Japan Relations, 1988-2013’.
Tajikistan’.
142. Sonam Chaudhari, Jawaharlal Nehru
134. Sandeep Tripathi, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, ‘The European
University, New Delhi, ‘Understanding Union's Neighbourhood Policy and
Russia’s Policy towards Ukraine, 1991- Civilian Crisis Management: A Case
2014’. Study of Bosnia- Herzegovina and
Georgia’.
135. Abhishek Anand, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, New Delhi, ‘Poverty-Hunger 143. Meenu, Jawaharlal Nehru University,
Linkages and Poverty Alleviation New Delhi, ‘Central Asia-China Energy
Programmers in India and Sri Lanka, Cooperation: Implications for Russia;
1991-2014’. 2001-2015’.

136. Konthoujam Sarda, North-Eastern Hill 144. Suresh Babu J, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, Shillong, Meghalaya,‘India- University, New Delhi, ‘History Versus
Asian Relations and Emerging Regional Theory as Competing Explanations in
Economic and Security Scenario’. International Relations: Case Studies of
the Outbreak of Second World War and
137. Aditi Priya, Jawaharlal Nehru the End of Cold War’.
University, New Delhi, ‘Anti-Poverty
Programmes in the United States: 145. Tulika Gaur, Jawaharlal Nehru
Policies and Practices, 2001-2014’. University, New Delhi, ‘The Role of Sri
Lankan Tamil Diaspora in Conflict and
138. Sahida Khan, Jawaharlal Nehru Peace Process in Sri Lanka, 2002-2014’.
University, New Delhi, ‘Indian Muslim
Immigrants, Group Identities and 146. Jayadev Parida, Jawaharlal Nehru
Experiences of Discrimination: A University, New Delhi, ‘The European

160
Union and the United States Approach Patiala, Punjab, ‘Farmer Suicide its
to Cyber Security: A Comparative Study, Causes, Impact and Consequence on the
2001-2013’. Family: A Sociological Study’.

147. Akanksha Gupta, Jawaharlal Nehru 156. Shweta Jhambh, Mohanlal Sukhadia
University, New Delhi, ‘Syria-European University, Udaipur, Rajasthan,
Union Relations, 1995-2010’. ‘Education and Social Change in Sindhi
Community: A Sociological Study of
148. Sanjay Kumar, Jawaharlal Nehru Udaipur City’.
University, New Delhi, ‘Afghanistan-
China Relations, 1979-2001’. 157. Ashvini S.Patil, Karnatak University,
Karnataka, ‘Impact of Seasonal
149. Vaishali Raghuvanshi, South Asian Migration on Elderly in Selected
University, Delhi,’Images of the Other:
Villages of Karnataka: A Sociological
Pakistan in the Naratives of India's
Study’.
Popular Culture’.
158. Mohsin Iqbal Raina, University of
150. Chayanika Deka, Jawaharlal Nehru
Jammu, Jammu and Kashmir, ‘From
University, New Delhi, ‘Agrarian
Movement to Agitations: The Changing
Reforms and Marginalization of Women
Scenario of Conflict in Kashmir’.
in Kenya, 1983-2012’.
159.
Pushpa Vyas, Mohanlal Sukhadia
151. Deepali Raghunath Khaire, Central
University, Udaipur, Rajasthan,
University of Gujarat, Gujarat,
‘Occupational Changes in Caste:
‘Coercive Network in Kashmir:
A Sociological Study of Badgaon
Re-visiting Security Centric Approach’.
Panchayat Samiti of Udaipur District’.
152. Maninderjit Singh, Central University
160.
Uma Prasher, Guru Nanak Dev
of Punjab, Bathinda, Punjab, ‘Military
University, Amritsar, Punjab,
Geography and Transformational
‘Reproductive Health of Tribal Women:
Trajectory of Punjab (1849-1947): An
A Sociological Study of Jammu and
Appraisal’.
Kashmir’.
153. Riju Devi, Tezpur University, Assam,
‘The Caste System of the Nepali 161. Gafar Khan T, Jamia Millia Islamia,
Community of Assam: A Study with New Delhi, ‘Modern Education and
special reference to Sonitpur District’. the Perception of Muslim Women in
Kerala’.
154. Jagritee Ghosh, Tezpur University,
Assam,‘Chieftainship Land and 162.
Shital Sharma, Banaras Hindu
Christianity: A Study of the Konyak University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh,
Nagas’. ‘A Study of Reproductive Health of
Married Adolescent Girls Living in
155. Karandeep Singh, Punjabi University, Slums of Varanasi’.

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163. Saraswathy S, Bharathiar University, 171. Mitushi Gupta, Jawaharlal Nehru


Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, ‘A Study University, New Delhi, ‘Gender and
on Reproductive Rights: Knowledge, Medicine: A Study of Ayurvedic
Attitude and Perception (KAP) among Therapeutics for Infertility in Two
Marginalized Women Living in Rural Institutions’.
Setting of Tamil Nadu’.
172. Ravinder Singh, Jawaharlal Nehru
164. Sonia Verma, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, ‘Pilgrimage
University, New Delhi, ‘Social Status and Emerging Challenges in India: A
and Functioning of Women Health Comparative Study of Vaishno Devi
Workers: A Study of Health Care Shrine and Amarnath Shrine in J&K’.
Services in Hardoi, Uttar Pradesh’.
173. Sohan Prasad Sha, Jawaharlal Nehru
165. Uttam Kumar Saikia, Tata Institute University, New Delhi, ‘Towards
of Social Sciences, Assam, ‘Rural National Innovation System in Nepal:
Livelihoods Development through Role of Actors and Institutions in
Community Based Financial Building Science, Technology and
Organisations: A Study in Assam’. Innovation’,

166. Soma Roy, Jamia Millia Islamia, New 174. Priyadarshini Dey, Indian Institute of
Delhi, ‘Muslims in West Bengal: A Management, Calcutta, ‘Imparting
Study of State-Community Relation in Quality through ICTS: A Study of
Independent India’. Primary Education in West Bengal’.
(Withdrawn)
167. Anindita Tagore, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, New Delhi, ‘Women in 175. Yasharth Manjul, Dr. Shakuntala Misra
Public Spaces: A Study of Gender National Rehabilitation University,
Negotiations in North and South Delhi’. Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Disability in
Indian National Cinema: A Sociological
168. Archana, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Study’.
New Delhi, ‘Understanding Violence:
Caste, Oppression and Resistance in 176. Rose Merin, Jawaharlal Nehru
Muzaffarpur, Bihar’. University, New Delhi, ‘Contextualizing
Gender in Nangiarkoothu: A Critical
169. Bijay Chand Maharana, Jawaharlal Perspective on its History through
Nehru University, New Delhi, ‘Impact Cultural and Performance Analysis’.
of Labour Migration from Uzbekistan to
Russia and Kazakhstan:A Comparative 177. Archana Pandey, Jawaharlal Nehru
Study, 1991-2015’. University, New Delhi, ‘Women’s
Question in a Radical Left Movement in
170. Malvika Upadhya, Jawaharlal Nehru Bihar’.
University, New Delhi, ‘Working Lives
of the Informal Labour: A Study of 178. Mohmad Aabid Bhat, Jamia Millia
Loaders of Old Delhi’. Islamia, New Delhi, ‘Psycho-Social

162
Implications of Counter Insurgent Laws Junglemahal in Paschim Medinipur
on Children: A Case Study of Public District of West Bengal, India’.
Safety Act, PSA 1978 in Kashmir’.
187. Deepmala Tripathi, Mahatma Gandhi
179. Solanki Debnath, Tripura University, Antarrastriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya,
Suryamaninagar, Tripura, ‘Social Maharashtra, ‘Poverty and Quality of
Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities: Life among ‘Dom’ Caste’. (Withdrawn)
A Study in Rural Areas of Tripura’.
(Withdrawn) 188. Rajeswar Maharana, Central University
of Orissa, Odisha, ‘Health Seeking
180. Mudasir Amin Sheikh, Jamia Millia Behaviour and Health Care Services
Islamia, New Delhi, ‘NGOs in a among the Hill Kharia, Mayurbhanj
Conflict Zone: Aspects of Humanitarian District, Odisha’.
Assistance and Conflict Resolution: A
Case Study of Kashmir’. 189. Anupama Sharma, Panjab University,
Punjab, ‘RTI Act as an Empowering
181. Varun Sharma, University of Delhi, Mechanism: Its Scope, Usage and
Delhi, ‘Crime, Tribe and Nature: A Impact in Himachal Pradesh’.
Study in India’.
190. Jyotsna Panwar, Hemvati Nandan
182. G. Sam, Bishop Heber College, Tamil Bahuguna University, Uttarakhand,
Nadu, ‘Co-relates of Psychosocial ‘Environmental Issues and Print Media
Vulnerabilities in Caregivers of Coverage: An Analytical Study with
Dementia’. special reference to Ganga Pollution in
Garhwal’.
183. S.Yesu Suresh Raj, Gandhigram Rural
Institute, Tamil Nadu, ‘A Study on the 191. Sangula Venkateswarlu, Acharya
Livelihood Status of Scheduled Caste Nagarjuna University, Andhra Pradesh,
People Converted to Christianity in ‘How the Indian Press covered the
Tamil Nadu’. Terrorist Attacks in India’.
184. Deepika Chauhan, Mahatma Gandhi 192. Md Afsar Ali Raeni, Mahatma Gandhi
Kashi Vidyapeeth University, Varanasi, Antarrashtriya Hindi University,
Uttar Pradesh, ‘Nishakt Kishoron ka Maharashtra, ‘Study of the Contents and
Unke Sahodar ke Sath Antarsambandh’. Effects of Programmes Broadcasted on
185. Shruti Jain, Jawaharlal Nehru University, ETV Urdu and DD Urdu with special
New Delhi, ‘Practices and Ideologies of reference To Audience/Viewers of
Development: People's Responses to Lucknow’.
Hydropower Projects in Uttarakhand’.
193.
Surendra Kumar, University of
186. Ashim Das, Vidyasagar University, Lucknow, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh,
West Bengal, ‘Culture and Politics ‘Shiksha ke Vikas mein Samudayik
in the Maoist-Affected Villages of Radio ki Bhumika’.

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194. Neelesh Pandey, Central University of University, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh,
Orissa, Odisha, ‘Role of Television in ‘Effect of Mindfulness based Cognitive
Health Care of Women and Children: A Therapy non Emotional Wellbeing and
Study of Varanasi District’. Quality of Life of Elderly’.

195. Nahida, University of Kashmir, Jammu 203. Arbaaz Mushtaq, Jamia Millia Islamia,
and Kashmir, ‘Gender, Power and New Delhi, ‘Aggression, Alienation,
Identity: A Linguistic Perspective’. Self Esteem and Emotional Maturity:
A Comparative Study between Stone
196. Ajay Kumar Singh, University of Pelters and Non Stone Pelters (Youth)
Lucknow, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, of Kashmir’.
‘A Morphosyntactic Study of Tharu
204. Ankit Rana, Mohanlal Sukhadia
Language’,
University, Udaipur, Rajasthan,
‘Relationship of Nature Connectedness
197. Mohit Mishra, North-Eastern Hill
with Psycological Capital, Perceived
University (NEHU), Shillong,
Social Support and Subjective Well-
Meghalaya, ‘Swatantryottar Hindi
Being among Rural and Urban
Lekhikaon ke Naatkon mein Stri-
Adolescents’.
Prashn’.
205. Neelam, Jai Naraian Vyas University,
198. Showkat Hussain, Central University Jodhpur, Rajasthan, ‘Study of Mental
of Haryana, Haryana, ‘Representation Stress, Feeling of Security and Insecurity
of Disability in Indian English Writing: and Perceived Loneliness among Old
Identity, Subjectivity, Voices and Age People’.
Concerns’.
206. Pooja Bagrodia, University of Delhi,
199. Smitha Chandran, National Institute Delhi, ‘Counselling in Schools:
of Technology, Rourkela, Odisha, Examining Needs, Issues and
‘Addressing Gender and Class Issues in Perspectives with Implications for
Sports: Analysing Sport Narratives’. Counsellor Training, Wellness and
200. Neelamma G., Karnataka State Development’.
Women's University, Karnataka, 207. Mir Shahid Ali, Jamia Millia Islamia,
‘Exploring Research Trends and New Delhi, ‘Character Strengths,
Scientific Productivity in the Field Resilience and Psychological Wellbeing
of Crystallography: A Scientometric of Violence-Affected Orphan Kashmiri
Analysis’. Adolescents’.
201. Usama Rehman, Jamia Millia Islamia,
208. Richa Nautiyal, Bharathiar University,
New Delhi, ‘Attribution Style,
Tamil Nadu, ‘Assessing the Efficacy
Resilience and Performance among
of Multimodal Intervention Strategy in
Sports Persons’. (Withdrawn)
Improving the Psychological Wellbeing
202. Jyoti Sharma, Gautam Buddha of Rape Survivors’.

164
209. Mistri Gopi, Smt. Sadguna C.U. Arts New Delhi, ‘Psychological Problems
College for Girls, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, in Relation to Marital and Employment
‘Personality and Suicidal Tendency Status and Violence against Women’,
among Depressive People and Normal
People’. 217. Azmat Jahan, Jamia Millia Islamia, New
Delhi, ‘Big Five Personality Factors,
210. Seema Rajpurohit, Mohanlal Sukhadia Parenting Style and Peer Pressure as
University, Udaipur, Rajasthan, ‘A Predictors of Health Risk Behaviour’.
Comparative Study of Psychological
Distinctions among Single Mother and 218. Juhi Shrivastava, Barkatullah University,
Partnered Mother’. Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, ‘Study of
Spirituality, Work-Life Balance, Job
211. Devika.R, Bharathiar University, Tamil Stress and Well-Being in Relation to
Nadu, ‘Efficacy of Integrative Approach Nature of Organizations’.
on Enhancing Physical and Mental
Health of Unwed Mothers in Kerala’. 219. Nida Nafees, Aligarh Muslim University,
Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Fear of
212. Sadhana Yadav, Banaras Hindu Rejection, Grit Personality and Mental
University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, Health among Adolescents of Majority
‘Cognitive Dysfunctions and Self- and Minority Community’.
Management among Type 2 Diabetic
Patients: Moderation Role of Self- 220. Sarah Javed, Aligarh Muslim University,
Efficacy and Social Support’. Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, ‘A Comparative
Study of Role of Cognitive Remediation
213. Rameshbabu Tamarana, Pondicherry in Patients of Schizophrenia and
University, Puducherry, ‘Colour Depression’.
Preferences and Colour Emotions
among Tribal and Non-tribal Students in 221. Neethu P S, Pondicherry University,
Relation with Personality Traits’. Puducherry, ‘Residential Crowding and
Psychological Health: Role of Social
214. Urooj Un Nisa, University of Kashmir, Support and Locus of Control’.
Jammu and Kashmir, ‘The Role of
Personality Traits and Information- 222. Ganesh Kumar. J, VIT University, Tamil
Motivation-Behavioural Skills in Self- Nadu, ‘Effects of Intervention Model on
Management Behaviour: A Study of Academic Performance, Social Skills
Diabetic Adults’. and Behaviour Problems of Dyslexic
Children’.
215. Kriti Vyas, Jamia Millia Islamia, New
Delhi, ‘Parenting Styles and Parental 223. Dhiksha.J, Karnataka University,
Meta Emotion Philosophy in Relation Karnataka, ‘Self-Concept, Emotional
to Behavioural Problems of Early Intelligence and Frustration of High
Adolescents’. School Children with Montessori and
Traditional Method of Educational
216. Madiha Zaidi, Jamia Millia Islamia, Background’.

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224.
Anjali Sharma, Aligarh Muslim Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘Education of
University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, Muslim Minorities: A Study of Madarsa
‘Impact and Comparison of Contact on Education and Muslims’ Identities in
Inter Group Harmony’. Hyderabad’.

225. Shahnawaz Mushtaq, Aligarh Muslim 232. Sivakumar. S, Madurai Kamaraj


University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, University, Tamil Nadu, ‘Influence of
‘Study of Psychological Morbidity in Yoga with varied Forms of Aerobic
Caregivers of Person with Dementia and Exercises on BMI, Lipid Profiles and
Role of Cognitive Reframing’. Cardio Pulmonary Responses among
Overweight School Boys’.
226. Udita Kaushik, University of Rajasthan,
Rajasthan, ‘Efficacy of Music Therapy 233. Prachi Sinha, Jawaharlal Nehru
as an Intervention Technique on University, New Delhi, ‘Education,
Emotional and Behavioural Problems of Skill Development and Women's
Children with Special Needs’. Empowerment: Case Studies of Select
NGOs in Delhi Slums’.
227. Abdul Rafeeque T. C., Pondicherry
University, Puducherry, ‘Psychological 234. Arup Gayen, Visva-Bharati University,
Antecedents of Athletic Performance: West Bengal, ‘Gross Efficiency of
A Study on the Mediating Role of Mid-Age Men in Relation to Body Fat
Mindfulness and Coping Styles’. Distribution and Metabolic Variables’.
(Withdrawn)
228. S. Srilakshmi, Lady Willingdon Institute
of Advanced Study (Autonomous), 235. Jaganmohana Rao Gurugubelli,
Tamil Nadu, ‘A Study on Depression Andhra University, Andhra Pradesh,
among Adolescent Girl Students ‘Effectiveness of Adapted Instructional
in Relation To Parental Influence, Materials of Teaching Science Concepts
Emotional Intelligence, Awareness of for Children with Visual Impairment of
Menarche and Socio Economic Status’. 8th, 9th and 10th Standard in Inclusive
Education’.
229. Leena Dutta, Dibrugarh University,
Assam, ‘A Study on the Skill 236. Veereshkumar B. Vijapur, Karnatak
Development Under-Graduate University, Karnataka, ‘A Case Study
Programmes of Dibrugarh University’. on Athletic Coach Sri. N.Lingappa,
(Withdrawn) Dronacharya Awardee’.

230 Jotveer Kaur Dandiwal, Punjabi 237. Jai Pratap Singh, University of
University, Punjab, ‘Well-being of Delhi, Delhi, ‘Education and Skill
Shooting Players in Relation to their Enhancement for Street Children in
Emotional Intelligence, Optimism and Delhi: An Exploratory Study’.
Personality’.
238. Ahmed Musfar, Central University of
231.
Md. Mujeebuddin, University of Rajasthan, Rajasthan, ‘Fiction, Film

166
and the Child Viewer, the Wonder of the Rajasthan, ‘Stress, Coping and Well-
Unknown’. Being among First Year Medical
Students’.
239. Girish Chandra Upadhyay, Shri Lal
Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya Sanskrit 246. Shweta Priyamvada, North Eastern
Vidyapeeth, New Delhi, ‘A Comparative Hill University, Shillong, Meghalaya,
Study of Classroom Behaviour Patterns ‘Supply Chain Analysis of Organised
of Language Teachers’. and Unorganied Dairy Sectors: A
Comparative Analysis in Jorhat District
240. Irshad Ali Dar, Barkatullah University, of Assam’.
Madhya Pradesh, ‘A Study of
Psychosocial Problems and Career 247. Rashmi Konwar, Cotton College, Assam,
Aspirations among Kashmiri Youth ‘Impact of Fluvio - Geomorphological
in Relation to their Gender, Academic Characteristics on Wetlands and
Streams and Socioeconomic Status’. Associated Livelihood of the People in
the Region between Kalong-Kopili and
241. Sandeep Kaur, Punjabi University, Kalong Brahmaputra’.
Punjab, ‘Academic Competence of
School Students in Relation to their 248. Bawne Sunil Naybrao, Govt. College
Academic Achievement, Emotional of Arts and Science, Maharashtra,
Intelligence and Happiness’. ‘A Geographical Study of Sweet
Orange Production in Jalna District,
242. Nusaiba Anzar, Aligarh Muslim Maharashtra’.
University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, ‘A
Study of Mathematical Aptitude and 249. Madhulika Sahoo, National Institute
Achievement in Relation to Intelligence of Technology, Odisha, ‘Reproductive
and Socio-Economic Status among Health Care Rights, Practices and
Muslim and Non-Muslim Adolescents’. Challenges among the Internally
Displaced Women Living in
243. Ibrahima Haneef, Aligarh Muslim Rehabilitation Camps in Odisha’.
University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh,
‘A Study of the Stress and Coping 250. Susmita Sarkar, Jamia Millia Islamia,
Behaviour of Government and Private New Delhi, ‘Vulnerability Mapping of
University Teachers in Relation to their Urban Hazards in Delhi: A GIS Based
Emotional Intelligence and Gender’. Approach’. (Withdrawn)
(Withdrawn)
251. Jumafuddin Sheikh Iia, Aliah University,
244. Ritu Bansal Deepak Agrawal, Banasthali West Bengal, ‘Land Use Change and
University, Rajasthan, ‘Impact of Socio-Economic Transformation in
Intervention Programme on Home Based Rural-Urban Fringe Area of Kalyani
Glass Bangles of Women Workers on Municipality, Nadia District, West
Selected Variables in Firozabad City’. Bengal’. (Withdrawn)

245. Pooja Pundir, Banasthali University, 252. Anoop Dutt Shukla, Babu Shobha Ram

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Govt. Arts College, Rajasthan, ‘A Study Islamia, New Delhi, ‘Urban Corridors in
of Eco-Tourism Prospects and Socio- India: A Study of Delhi-Centric Northern
Economic Dimensions of Keoladeo Corridor’.
National Park Environment in Bharatpur
District, Rajasthan Using Geospatial 260. Avishek Bhunia, Ravenshaw University,
Technology’. Cuttack, Odisha, ‘Quality of Life in
Urban West Bengal -A Study with
253. Mehrunnisa, Aligarh Muslim University, Reference to Basic Amenities’.
Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, ‘A Socio-Spatial
analysis of the Linkages of Muslim 261. Rajani Khatun, Aliah University,
Female Workforce and Child Labour in Kolkata, West Bengal, ‘Regional
Power-loom Sector of Mau City and its Patterns of Fertility and Levels of
Impact on Educational Attainment of Socio-Economic Development in West
the Community’. Bengal’.

254. Sajad Nabi Dar, University of Kashmir, 262. Manju Devi, Hemvati Nandan Bahuguna
Jammu and Kashmir, ‘Geospatial Garhwal University, Srinagar (Garhwal),
Approach to Mountain Tourism Uttarkhand, ‘Development of Tourism
Development: A Study of Leh District’. in Haridwar District: Problems and
Potentials’.
255. Kiran Sharma, Gauhati University,
Assam, ‘Biomass Loss Estimation 263. Pramod Singh, Government (P.G.)
and its Anthropogenic Drivers in the College, Kotdwar, Uttarakhand, ‘A
Manipur Valley Using Remote Sensing Geographical Study of Tourism and
and GIS’. Socio- Economic Development in
Rudraprayag District’.
256. Nazish Naz, Aligarh Muslim University,
Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Commuters in 264. Geetanjali Sharma, Samrat Prithviraj
Moradabad City: An Analysis of Socio- Chauhan Government College, Ajmer,
Economic Characteristics’. Rajasthan,‘Geopolitical Appraisal of
Silliguri Corridor with special reference
257. Sapam Priyalina, Manipur University, to Security Scenario of India’.
Manipur, ‘Hydro Geomorphic and
Anthropogenic Impact on the Occurrence 265. Indu TK, University of Mysore,
of Flood in Imphal Municipality and its Karnataka, ‘Impact of Urbanization on
Surroundings’. Urban Environment- Land Transition
Using Geospatial Techniques: A Case
258. Ishfaq Hussain Malik. Aligarh Muslim Study of Mysore- Srirangapatnam
University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, Region’.
‘Disaster Management in Jammu and
Kashmir: A Case Study of 2014 Flood in 266. Krishna Sharma, HNB Garhwal
Kashmir Valley’. University, Srinagar, Uttarkhand,
‘Prospects and Consequences of
259. Awadh Narayan Choubey, Jamia Millia Depletion of Ground Water and Rain

168
Water Harvesting in Meerut District’. 274. Hardeep Singh, Punjabi University,
Punjab, ‘Role of Sohan Singh Josh in
267. Bratati Dey, HNB Garhwal University, Anti-British Movements: 1920-1947’.
Srinagar, Uttarkhand, ‘Land Use/
Land Cover Dynamics and Its Impact 275.
Sneha Sinha, Jawaharlal Nehru
on Environment and Livelihood University, New Delhi, ‘Changing
Structure in District Uttarkashi Using Role of the Indian Science Congress
Geoinformatics Technique’. Association, 1914-2014’. (Withdrawn)

268. Ruchi Middha, IIS University, Jaipur, Scheduled Caste Category


Rajasthan, ‘Geoenvironmental Profiling
of Ecologically Restored Chaksu 1. Laxmideep, Jawaharlal Nehru
Block of Jaipur through Geospatial University, New Delhi, ‘A Comparative
Technology’. Study of Rural Labour in Russia and
India 1991-2013’.
269. Sachin Madhukar Bodkhe, M.S.S
Arts Commerce and Science College, 2. P. Rajasimman, University of Madras,
Maharashtra, ‘A Comparative Study of Tamil Nadu, ‘A Study on Public
Cash Crops in Aurangabad District with Expenditure and its Impact on India’s
special reference to Ginger Crops’. Economic Growth’. (Withdrawn)

270. Anushree Nagpal; Jamia Millia Islamia, 3. E. Karthikeyan, Bharathidasan


New Delhi, ‘Socio Economic Condition University, Tamil Nadu, ‘A Study on
Households Income and Expenditure
of Slum Dwellers with special reference
Patterns of Scheduled Tribes in Tamil
to Women: A Study on Lucknow City’.
Nadu’.
(Withdrawn)
4. Yellaiah Vadde, Osmania University,
271.
Aadil Manzoor Nanda, University
Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘Indebtedness
of Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir,
among Tribal in Telagana: An Empirical
‘Identification and Mitigation Strategies
Study of Warangal District’.
for Landslides along NH 1D from
Sonamarg to Kargil, Jammu and 5. Mahesh Narbariya, Vikram University,
Kashmir’. Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, ‘An Economic
Analysis of Food Security and Public
272. Ritu Jha, Jawaharlal Nehru University,
Distribution System in Guna District’.
New Delhi, ‘Transformation of the
Agricultural System and its Impact on 6. Gautam Kumar Das, Jawaharlal Nehru
Food Security in Mongolia, 1991-2014’. University, New Delhi, ‘Effectiveness
of Public Distribution System in Rural
273. Anwesha Borthakur, Jawaharlal Nehru
Assam: Access and Impact on Food
University, New Delhi, ‘Electronic
Security’.
Waste Management, Consumers'
Awareness and Disposal Behaviour in 7. S. Raman, Manonmaniam Sundaranar
the City of Bengaluru’. University, Tamil Nadu, ‘The

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Employment Economic Condition of 15. J. Krishnamoorthi, Annamalai


Construction Workers and their Level of University, Tamil Nadu, ‘Mahatma
Satisfaction in Tirunelveli District: An Gandhi National Rural Employment
Empirical Study’. Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) and Rural
Economic Transformation: A Study in
8. Suraj Badaik, Central University of
Villupuram District, Tamil Nadu’.
Tamil Nadu, Tamil Nadu, ‘An Empirical
Analysis of Sustainability of Fiscal
Policy and its Impact on Macroeconomic 16. Naresh Kumar, Panjab University,
Variables on India’. Chandigarh, Punjab, ‘Inequality
and Indebtedness in Rural Punjab’.
9. P. Suresh, Lady Willingdon Institute (Withdrawn)
of Advanced Study in Education
(Autonomous), Tamil Nadu, ‘A Study 17. P. Murugamani, Annamalai University,
on Psycho - Social Factors on Awareness Tamil Nadu, ‘An Economic Analysis of
about the Welfare Schemes and Cashew Nut Production in Cuddalore
Educational Aspirations of Scheduled District’.
Tribes’.
10. A. Eswaran, Madurai Kamaraj 18. Vishal Vishu Ovhal, Shivaji University,
University, Tamil Nadu, ‘A Study Maharashtra, ‘India towards a Green
on Health Status of Rural Women in Economy’.
Madurai District of Tamil Nadu’.
19. Kamalakshi T., Gulbarga University,
11. Siddappaji D., University of Mysore, Karnataka, ‘An Evaluative Study of
Karnataka, ‘Dairy Development Rural Housing Schemes in Karnataka: A
Programmes and Milk Producers in Case Study of Gulbarga District’.
Karnataka: A Case Study of Mysore
District’. 20. Pushpavalli K, Bharathidasan
12. K. Chandra Sunani, Central University University, Tamil Nadu, ‘A Study on
of Gujarat, Gujarat, ‘Environmental Energy Use Pattern in Commercial
Refugees in India: An Empirical Study Crops Cultivation in Perambalur District
of Gujarat and Odisha’. (Withdrawn) of Tamil Nadu’.

13. Atyala Salem Raju, Acharya Nagarjuna 21. Haobijam Bonny Singh, Manipur
University, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, University, Manipur, ‘Catastrophic
‘The Socio-Economic Status of Tribal Health Expenditure in Manipur’.
Women in Andhra Pradesh’. (Withdrawn)
14. Bhaware Vishal, Dr. Babasaheb 22. Arjuna E., Vijayanagara Sri
Ambedkar Marathwada University, Krishnadevaraya University, Karnataka,
Maharashtra, ‘A Study of Socio- ‘A Study on Tax Structure in Karnataka
Economic Analysis of Right to with reference to Indirect Tax’.
Education Act, 2009 in Maharashtra’.
(Withdrawn) 23. Devendra Kumar Dhamniya, School of

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Economics, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, on Pattern of Income Saving and
‘Sangathit Khudra Bazaar ka Asangathit Investment of Household in Voeodhu
Khudra Bazaar Par Prabhaav ka Nagar District’. (Withdrawn)
Adhyayan’.
32. Kishore More, Swami Vivekanand Govt.
24. Rakesh Kumar Dilaware, Devi Ahilya Commerce College, Ratlam, Madhya
Vishwa Vidyalaya, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, ‘Yatri Sadak Parivahan
Pradesh, ‘Shiksha ka Samajik Tatha Sevaon ka Vipanan evam Prabandh - ek
Aarthik Vikas mein Yogdaan ka Adhyayan’. (Withdrawn)
Adhyayan’. 33. Manju Songara, Jai Narain Vyas
University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan,
25. Paramjit Singh, Punjab University,
‘Rajasthan mein Aarthik Vikas mein
Punjab, ‘Socio – Economic Participation Mahatma Gandhi Rashtriya Gramin
of School Caste Women in Rural Rozgar Guarantee Adhiniyam ka
Punjab’. (Withdrawn) Vishlesh Adhyayan’. (Withdrawn)
26. Vikramlal Bamnia, Govt. PG. College, 34. K. Kumaresan, Periyer E.V.R. College,
Madhya Pradesh, ‘Madhya Pradesh mein Tamil Nadu, ‘Youth Entrepreneurship
Krishi Vipanan: ek Aarthik Adhyayan’. Development Programmes and their
Effectiveness in Salem District’.
27. Rohit Dinkar Barsing, Shivaji
University, Maharashtra, ‘A Study of 35. A. Selva Prakash, Madurai Kamaraj
Cropping Pattern of Scheduled Caste University, Tamil Nadu, ‘Impact of India
Farmers in Sangli District’. Post in Financial Inclusion with special
reference to Madurai District’.
28. Suman, M.G. Kashi Vidyapeeth,
Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Aarthik Vikas 36. S. Gowri, Vellalar College for Women
mein Mahilao ke Rozgar Par Prabhaav (Autonomous), ‘A Study on Consumer
-1991 Onwards’. Behaviour towards Green Marketing’.

29. Basavaraj, Central University of 37. Meghatai Shrikant Kamble, Shivaji


University, Maharashtra, ‘An Analytical
Karnataka, Karnataka, ‘Role of Regional
Study of Financial Management of
Rural Banks in the Development of
Public Libraries in Kolhapur District’.
Rural Economy: A Study with reference
(Withdrawn)
to Hyderabad Karnataka Region,
Karnataka’. 38. E. Pon Esakki Songeetha, Anna
University, Tamil Nadu, ‘A Study
30. R. Kalavathi, Andhra University, on Investment Behaviour of Women
Andhra Pradesh, ‘Role and Performance Investors’.
of Depository Participants in India’.
(Withdrawn) 39. Sandeep Singh, Central University
Himachal Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh,
31. R. Maheshwari, Madurai Kamaraj ‘Portfolio Management Strategies of
University, Tamil Nadu, ‘A Study Retail Investors: An Empirical Study’.

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40. A. Shonedhini, Anna University, 48. Sasmita Mallik, Jawaharlal Nehru


Tamil Nadu, ‘A Study on Performance University, New Delhi, ‘Multilateral
Management System’. Approach to Non-traditional Maritime
Security in Southeast Asia-1990-2010’.
41. Tej Singh, Dayalbagh Educational (Withdrawn)
Institute, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, ‘A Study
on Customer Behaviour in Telecom 49. Shyam Kogila, Kakatiya University,
Industry with specific reference to Agra Warangal, Telangana, ‘A Study on
Region’. Political Empowerment of Dalit Women
in Panchayati Raj with reference to
42. Prerna Bhati, Mohanlal Sukhadia Warangal District’.
University, Udaipur, Rajasthan,
‘Empowerment of Tribal Women 50. Surender Kumar, Himachal Pradesh
through Employment Scheme: A Case University, Himachal Pradesh, ‘A
Study of the Impact of MNREGA on Comparative Study of Learning Styles,
TSP Area of Southern Rajasthan’. Self-Esteem and Locus of Control of
Disabled and Non - disabled School
(Withdrawn)
Going Students’.
43. P. Amuthavalli, Gandhigram Rural
51. G. Priyanka, Colleges of Arts
Institute, Tamil Nadu, ‘A Study
& Commerce, Andhra Pradesh,
of Women Empowerment through
‘Department of Political Science
Marketing of Self Help Groups Products
and Public Administration Andhra
in Dindigul District: An Empirical
University Visakhapatnam’.
Analysis’.
52. D Krishna Veni, Osmania University,
44. Mahesh Kumar, University of Rajasthan, Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘Political
Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Consumer Buying Empowerment of Women at Panchayati
Behaviour Towards Biscuit Products: A Level: A Study of Ranga Reddy District
Study of Selected Companies’. of Telangana’.
45. Mukesh Kumar Verma, Govt. College, 53. Karam Raj Verma, Mohanlal Sukhadia
Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Badalte Rajniti University, Udaipur, Rajasthan,
Paribasha mein Matdaan Bhabhar’. ‘Electoral Politics in Rajasthan and
(Withdrawn) Dalit Participation’. (Withdrawn)
46. Kuldeep Singh, Punjab University, 54. Km. Jyoti, D.A.V. (PG) College,
Punjab, ‘Implementation of Social Dehradun, Uttarakhad, ‘Kanoon
Welfare Programmes in Rural Punjab: A Vyavastha ke Sandbharbh mein
Critical Analysis’. Mahanagriya Star par Ubharti Hui
Samasya ki Paripakshya mein Police
47. Beena Kirad, Jawaharlal Nehru Prashasan ki Bhumika’,
University, New Delhi, ‘Public Policy
Making Process in Bhutan, 1998-2013’. 55. Vijay Pratap Gaurav, Jawaharlal Nehru

172
University, New Delhi, ‘Russia-India 63. Kanchan Kumari, University of Delhi,
Relations: During Putin’s Presidency, Delhi, ‘A Study of Politics of Sexuality
2000-2008’. and Child Adoption Policy in India’.

56. Kum. Renu, R.G. College, Meerut, Uttar 64. Mayanglambam Roshan Singh,
Pradesh, ‘Sanvidhanick Darshan mein Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi,
Nihit Manav Garima Swatantrata aur ‘Explaining Democracy Promotion in
Samajik Nyay ke Lashkya ki Uplabdhi Foreign Policy: A Study of the United
mein Nyayik Sakriyata ki Bhumika ka State and European Union 1991-2014’.
Mulyankan’.
65. D. Magimairaj, Annamalai University,
57. Satish Kumar, Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Tamil Nadu, ‘Electoral Participation of
Vidyapeeth, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, Primitive Tribal Groups in Tamil Nadu:
‘Gandhiji ke Ekadash Brato-Shroto ka A Study in Nilgiris District’.
Adhyayan’. (Withdrawn)
66. Naresh Kumar Gudedati, Kakatiya
58. Rakesh Ranjan, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Warangal, Telangana,
University, New Delhi, ‘Dalit Political ‘Socio-economic and Policy
Mobilisation and Alternative Religious Perspectives of Orphanage Homes: A
Practices: An Ethnographic Study of Study in Telangana’.
Gopalganj and Vaishali Districts in
Bihar’. 67. Chandra Sen, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, New Delhi, ‘Social and
59. Shamjetshabam Babeena Chanu, Economic Exclusion in China and
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New India: A Comparative Study of Ethnic
Delhi, ‘Citizenship and Transgender Minorities in Sichuan and Dalits in Uttar
Identity in India: A Case Study of the Pradesh, 1991-2013’.
Nupi Manbi Community in Manipur’.
68. Arun Kumar M, Jawaharlal Nehru
60. Jadumani Mahanand, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, ‘Coalition
University, New Delhi, ‘Ambedkar’s Politics in Estonia and India: A
Idea of a Good Society: Philosophy, Comparative Study 1991-2014’.
Ethics and Buddhism’. (Withdrawn)
69. Antrayami Beriha, Jawaharlal Nehru
61. Bibas Darjee, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, ‘India – Sri
University, New Delhi, ‘Human Lanka Relation Strengthening SAARC’.
Trafficking and Cross-Border Linkages:
A Case Study of Nepal and India’. 70. Nishant Bhardwaj, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, New Delhi, ‘Geo-Strategic
62. Santhosh J, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Importance of Gilgit - Baltistan and
New Delhi, ‘Political Participation and Xinjiang: Security Implications for
Parliamentary Debates: A Study of India, 1979-2014’.
Andhra Pradesh Dalit MPs in the 14th
Lok Sabha’. 71. D. Aarthi, Gandhigram Rural Institute,

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Tamil Nadu, ‘Social Justice for 78. Jagan Mohan Kongara, Kakatiya
Marginalised Section among Dalits University, Warangal, Andhra Pradesh,
Situational Analysis of Cremation ‘Human Development in Tribal Areas
Workers (Vettiyan) in Tamil Nadu’. of Andhra Pradesh: A Study of Primary
(Withdrawn) Health Centre’.

72. Sharanappa Mallappa Sangharsh, 79. Rakesh Parmar, Vikram University,


Gulbarga University, Karnataka, ‘Indo Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, ‘Madhya
- Russian Relations in the 21st Century Pradesh mein Police Bharti Prakriya
2000-2014’. mein E-Prasation ki Bhumika’.
73. M. Damodara, Yogi Vemana University, 80. Sandeep Gehlot, Jai Narain Vyas
Andhra Pradesh, ‘Education Policies in University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, ‘Bharat
India: A Case Study of Dalit Inclusion mein Nyayik Sakriota aur Navin Mule
in Kadapa Region of Andhra Pradesh’. Adhikari ka Sujan’.
(Withdrawn)
81. M. Saravanan, Jawaharlal Nehru
74. Poonam, Banaras Hindu University, University, New Delhi, ‘International
Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Soochna ka Law on the Status of Refugees and
Adhikar Adhiniyam - 2005, Kriyanyan Stateless Persons: A Case Study of
evam Prabhaav: Gautam Budh Nagar South Asia’.
Baghpath aur Varanasi ka Tulnatmak
Adhyayan’,. 82. P. Samaiah, Telangana University,
Telangana, ‘Trade Union as Protectors
75. M. Michelraj, Annamalai University, of Workers Rights: A Critical Study’.
Tamil Nadu, ‘The Role of Public
Administration in the Development of 83. Subhash Kumar Baitha, Jawaharlal
Transgender Community with special Nehru University, New Delhi, ‘Foreign
reference to Tamil Nadu: An Empirical Policy of Mongolia and its Approach
Analysis on the Process of Social towards Multilateral Engagement, 1991-
Inclusion’. (Withdrawn) 2013’.
76. Awadh Kishor, Lucknow University, 84. Pinki Roy, Jawaharlal Nehru University,
Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, ‘A Behavioural New Delhi, ‘Impact of Polarity of
Study of Employees and Beneficiaries of Patterns of International Arms Trade,
Jan Suvidha Kendras of Rural and Urban 1971-2011’.
Areas of Uttar Pradesh: A Comparative
Analysis’. 85. A. Aparna Eswaran, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, New Delhi, ‘Women and
77. Sunmalatha Mekala, Osmania Witnessing War: Poetry of Tamil Women
University, Hyderabad, Telangana, in Sri Lanka’.
‘Administration of Tribal Literacy
Programmes in Andhra Pradesh: A Study 86. Sahana R, Jawaharlal Nehru University,
of Tribal Women in Warangal District’. New Delhi, ‘Child Soldiers and

174
International Law Quest for an Effective College, Tamil Nadu, ‘Study on Sexual
Regulatory Framework’. Harassment of Women at Work Place’.

87. Chitta Ranjan Malik, Jawaharlal 95. Pradeep Narsing Kamble, Dr. Baba
Nehru University, New Delhi, ‘Japan’s Saheb Ambedkar Marathwada
Relations with Ethiopia, 1991-2015’. University, Maharashtra, ‘The Critical
(Withdrawn) Study of Prevention of Atrocities Cases
88. Ravi Ashok Thorat, Central University in Marathwada (Year 2007-2012)’.
of Gujarat, Gujarat, ‘Indian Relation in
96. Bagate Rajendra Fakira, Dr. Babasaheb
21st Century: Implications on Maritime
Security Cooperation’. Ambedkar Marathwada University,
Maharashtra, ‘Problems of Elderly
89. Laxman Kumar Mahilkar, Govt. V.Y.T.P. Living in Old Age Homes: A Sociological
Autonomous College, Chhattishgarh, Study’.
‘Gram Vikas mein Gramin Netritya ki
Bhumika: ek Samajshastrya Adhyayan’. 97. Laxmi Kant Prem Prakash, Jawaharlal
Nehru University, New Delhi, ‘Status
90. Sanyogita, N.A.S (PG) College, Meerut, of Childhood Immunization in Bihar:
Uttar Pradesh, ‘Women Empowerment A Comparative Study of Jamui and
after 74th Amendment: A Sociological Aurangabad Districts’.
Study of Women Counsellors’.
98. Nilima Sopanji Nagrale, Jawaharlal
91. Prem Ram M.R., University of Nehru University, New Delhi, ‘Domestic
Hyderabad, Hyderabad, Telangana, Violence against Women: Two Tehsils
‘Engagement with Dalit Politics in in Nagpur, Vidarbha’.
Tamil Nadu Sociological Explorations’.
99. Dhiren Kumar Sahoo, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, New Delhi, ‘Marketisation
92. Rajshree Chanchal, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, New Delhi, ‘Social Access, and the Changing Character of
Choices and Strategies of Parents and University Education: A Comparative
Private School Providers: A Study of Study of Public and Private University’.
Un-recognised Private Schooling in a 100. Neetu, Mahatma Gandhi Kashi
District of Uttar Pradesh’. (Withdrawn) Vidyapith, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh,
‘Seva Nivritta Prathmik Shikshko ka
93. Dhanve Aarti Milind, Dr. Babasaheb
Pariwar evam Samaj mein Samayojna
Ambedkar Marathwada University,
ka ek Tulnatmak Adhyayan’.
Maharashtra, ‘A Sociological Study of
the Domestic Violence on Inter - Caste 101. Swapnil Dhanraj Moon, Jawaharlal
Marriage and Inter - Religion Marriages Nehru University, New Delhi, ‘The
in Maharashtra’. Politics of Nativism Origin’.

94. G Divyakamakshi, Queen Mary’s 102. Himangi Suresh Kodlak, Tata Institute

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of Social Sciences, Maharashtra, Ambedkar Marathwada University,


‘Impact of Scavenging Work of Parents Maharashtra, ‘Women Empowerment
on Higher Education of their Children: Communication of Dr. Babasaheb
A Study of Kalyan Suburb, Mumbai’. Ambedkar: A Case Critical study’.

103. Jaikar Kommukuri, Acharya Nagaruna 111. Yogesh Paswan, University of Delhi,
University, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, Delhi, ‘Sanchar Maadhyam ki Grahmin
‘Development of Scheduled Castes Vikas mein Bhumika ka Vishlationatmak
through Social Welfare Residential Adhyayan: District Bhojpur Bihar ke
Schools in Andhra Pradesh: A Study of Sandharbh mein’.
Guntur District’. (Withdrawn)
112. Purnima Kumari Oraon, Jamia Millia
104. Satlapalli Satyam, Telangana University, Islamia, New Delhi, ‘Religious
Telangana, ‘Dalit Issues in Telugu Mobilisation and Sarna Identity: The
Media: A Case Study of Telangana Predicament and Assertion of Tribals in
State’. (Withdrawn) Jharkhand’. (Withdrawn)

105.
Mallikarjun, Gulbarga University, 113. Sruthidevi C T, Bharathiar University,
Karnataka, ‘A Study of the Role of Tamil Nadu, ‘Testing Knowledge Gap
New Media in Development of Organic Hypothesis in the Context of Political
Farming in Hyderabad Karnataka Participation of Youth with reference to
Region’. Social Media Users’.
106. Gallipally Srisailam, Telangana 114.
Koteshwar Rao Mala, Osmania
University, Telangana, ‘The Role of University, Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘The
Public Relations in Crisis Management Teaching of English at the Primary
in the Private Sector’. Level in Rural Andhra Pradesh: A Study
107. Satish Kumar, Gulbarga University, of Methods and Materials’.
Karnataka, ‘Study of Role of Media for 115. Munni Bharatee, Jawaharlal Nehru
Awareness of Women Gram Panchayat University, New Delhi, ‘Premchand ke
Members in Hyderabad Karnataka Dalit Vishya Kahaniyon aur Omprakash
Region’. Valmiki ki Kahaniyon ke Angrizi
108. Rajmumar Mreppa, Gulbarga University, Anuvaad ka Bhashik, Samajik evam
Karnataka, ‘The Communication Sanskritik Vishleshan’.
Philosophy of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar: A
116. Sumedh K. Hadke, Jawaharlal Nehru
Study’.
University, New Delhi, ‘Angreji –
109. T. Dilip Chakravarthy, Jamia Millia Hindi Mashini Anuvaad Tantro ka
Islamia, New Delhi, ‘Mobile Technology Mulyankan’.
and its Impact on Community
Empowerment in India’, 117. Vishesh Kumar, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, New Delhi, ‘Hindi mein
110. Alka Chinuji Dongre, Dr. Baba Saheb Dalit Aalochna ka Vikas’.

176
118. Sonawane Navnath, Central University Municipal Arts & Science College,
of Gujarat, Gujarat, ‘A Comparative Gujarat, ‘Emotional Maturity and
and Translation Study of Selected Marital Adjustment among Couples of
Ambedkarite Autobiographies: Trauma Corporate World’.
to Dignity’.
126. Rahul Gurubasappa, Gulbarga
119. Awadhesh Singh Gautam, Assam University, Karnataka, ‘Impact of
University, Assam, ‘Management and Prolonged Deprivation on Adjustment
Usage of Electronic Resources in and Achievement of Junior College
Central University Libraries of Uttar Students’.
Pradesh’.
127. Bharat Ramchhodbha Parghi, Calorx
120. Suradkar Priya Ashok, Dr. Baba Saheb Teacher’s University, Gujarat,
Ambedkar Marathwada University, ‘Emotional Intelligence and Social
Maharashtra, ‘E-Journals Consortium of Maturity on Effect of Secondary and
Health Science: A Scientometric Study’. Higher Secondary School Students’.
(Withdrawn)
128. Vijay M, Periyar University, Tamil
121. K. Eswramma, S.V. University, Tirupati,
Nadu, ‘Self Categorization among
Andhra Pradesh, ‘Information Seeking
SC/ST Students in College Setting:
Behaviour among Women Students
Identification and Remediation’,.
in Digital Environment: A Study in
Govt. Degree Colleges in Rayalaseema 129. Suraj Kumar, Central University of
Region, Andhra Pradesh’. Haryana, Haryana, ‘Effect of Educational
122. Leena Jitendra Sonavane, Yashwantrao Software on the Development of Motor
Mohite College, Maharashtra, ‘A Academic and Communication Skills
Critical Study on Impact of Social in Children with Mental Retardation’.
Media on Librarianship: Challenges and (Withdrawn)
Opportunities’.
130. C. Usha Rani, Periyar University,
123. Chidanand Devindrappa Mudnal, Tamil Nadu, ‘Effect of Video
Gulbarga University, Karnataka, ‘The Enabled Computerized Instruction of
Effect Stress and Anxiety on Mental Achievement in English among Higher
Health of Chronic Patients and their Secondary Students’.
Care Givers’.
131. Selvi A., Avinashilingam University,
124. Ambika Karnappa, Gulbarga University, Tamil Nadu, ‘Developing Spatial Ability
Karnataka, ‘The Superstition, Impaired Children’.
Depression and Fear of Personal
Death among Psychosomatic Disorder 132. Nirmalendu Gayen, Visva Bharati
Patients’. University, West Bengal, ‘Effects of
Speed and Duration of Walking on
125. Jadav Mahendra Kumar Shantilal, Health Related Fitness and Selected
Shri Prabhatgiri Harigiri Goswami Physiological Parameters’.

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133. Madhan Kumar. M, Alagappa A Study of Schooling in South-


University, Tamil Nadu, ‘Effect of Costal Districts of Andhra Pradesh’.
Aqua Aerobic Exercises and Aerobic (Withdrawn)
Exercises on Selected Physical
Physiological Anthropometric and 140. Debasis Das, Visva Bharati University,
Biochemical Variables among Rural and West Bengal, ‘Comparative Study
Urban School Boys’. (Withdrawn) of Physical Fitness Anthropometric
Variables and Attitude Towards Sports
134. Asha, Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Rashtriya and Physical Activity of Urban and
Sanskrit Vidyapeeth, New Delhi, ‘A Rural Adolescents’.
Comparative Study of Problem Solving
141.
Vineet Kumar, Jawaharlal Nehru
Abilities, Management Capability
University, New Delhi, ‘Wind Energy
and Social Behaviour of Introvert and
Sector in India: Actors, Linkages,
Extrovert Pre - service Teachers’.
Knowledge Production and Innovation’.
135. Bimla Devi, Central University of
142. Rakesh Prasad, Jawaharlal Nehru
Himachal Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh,
University, New Delhi, ‘Nepali
‘A Study of Knowledge, Attitude and
Immigrants in Uttarakhand: A Critical
Practices regarding Reproductive Health Geopolitics Analysis’.
among Adolescent Girls in Kangra
District, Himachal Pradesh’. 143. Shashi Bhushan, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, New Delhi, ‘Forest
136. Sachin Kumar, Ch. Charan Singh Degradation and Implications for Rural
University, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, Livelihoods: A Case Study of Kaimur,
‘Satyagrah Darshan aur Uski Prasangita Bihar’.
(Prambh se 1947 tak)’. (Withdrawn)
144. Kavita Shamrao Maske, University
137. Dhanewsar Bhoi, Tata Institute of Social of Mumbai, Maharashtra, ‘Spatio
Science, Maharashtra, ‘Scheduled - Temporal Transformations in
Caste Students in Higher Education: Agriculture of Satara District:
Experience from Different Levels of Geographical Perspective’.
Education’.
145. Kamlesh Kumar, B.S.R. Govt. Art
138. M. Sathiytaraj, Annamalai University, College, Rajasthan ‘Gramin Kshetra
Tamil Nadu, ‘A Study of the Academic se Nagaro ki Aur Janshankhiya ka
Performance, Classroom Climate and Prashasan: Alwar Zila ka Bhugolick
Mental Health of Differently – Abled Adhyayan’.
Children at Higher Secondary Level in
Special Schools of Tamil Nadu State’. 146. Indar Singh Kohali, Hemwati Nandan
Bahuguna Garhwal University,
139. Uppuluri Nageswar Rao, Acharya Uttarakhand, ‘Spatio -Temporal
Nagarjuna University, Guntur, Andhra Analysis of Population Dynamics of
Pradesh, ‘Lacuna in LSRW Skills: Scheduled Caste in Chamoli District’.

178
147. Parveen Kumar, Jawaharlal Nehru History of Villupuram District since
University, New Delhi, ‘Educational 1993: A Study’.
Attainment and Social Empowerment
155. M. Sampath Kumar, Argnar Anna Govt.
of Scheduled Castes in Haryana: A
Arts College, Tamil Nadu, ‘Social
Comparative Study of Ambala, Sonipat
Ideology of Dr. B.R.Ambedkar: A
and Faridabad Districts’.
Study’.
148. Yogendra Musahar, Jawaharlal Nehru 156. C. Annapurna M.A, S.V. University,
University, New Delhi, ‘Deferential Andhra Pradesh ‘Emergence of
Development among Scheduled Castes Regional Parties in India: A Case Study
in Bihar: A Field Work Based Study’. of Telugu Desam’.
(Withdrawn)
157. Sachin Kumar, Ch. Charan Singh
149. Narwade Vinod Ramdas, M.S.S. University, Uttar Pradesh ‘Satyagrah
Arts, Commerce & Science College, Darshan aur Uski Prasangikta 1947’.
Maharashtra, ‘Geographical Assessment (Withdrawn)
of Water Quality Utilization and
Management of Ground Water in 158. Mattimalla Surya Raju, Dravidian
Aurangabad District, Maharashtra’. University, Andhra Pradesh ‘Intellectual
History of Anti-Case Philosophers in
150. Sarita Kumari, Panjab University, India: A Study on Dr. Babasaheb B.R.
Chandigarh, ‘Change in Industrial Ambedkar’.
Composition of Female Work
Participation Rates in Himachal Pradesh 159. Surendra Kummar Chetiwal, University
during 2001-2011: A Spatial View’. of Rajasthan, Rajasthan ‘Krauli Shetra
Pramuke Krishak Jatiya aur Gram
151. Nepal Singh, H.N.B. Garhwal
Samudai: ek Etihasik Adhayan’.
University, Uttarakhand, ‘Geographical
(Withdrawn)
Study of Cultural and Economic
Structure of Haridwar City’. Scheduled Tribes Category
152.
Basawaraj, Gulbarga University,
1. Ramavath Subbarad, University of
Karnataka, ‘A Study of Historical
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, ‘Impact
Marches and Speech of Dr. B.R.
of Free Trade Agreements of India’s
Ambedkar’.
International Trade and Macro Dynamic
153. Arun Kumar, N.A.S (PG) College, Variable’.
Uttar Pradesh, ‘Socio-economic Life
and Change among Tribes of Nagaland: 2. Hulin, Nagaland University, Lumami,
A Case Study of Angami Nagas’. Nagaland, ‘Urbanisation and Migration
(Withdrawn) in Nagaland: An Economic Perspective’.

154. K. Murugan, Annamalai University, 3. B. Krishna, Karnataka University,


Tamil Nadu, ‘Social and Economic Karnataka, ‘Evaluation of Tribal

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Development Programmes with special Capital Management: A Study on Select


Reference to Khammam District: A India - based IT Service Multinational
Study in Telangana State’. Corporations’.

4. Raghavendragoud Patil, Karnataka 12. Mussarat Ahmed, Pondicherry


University, Karnataka, ‘Revenue and University, Puducherry, ‘Determination
Expenditure of Gram Panchayats in and Effects of Innovation in Hotel
Karnataka: An Analysis of its Trends, Industry’. (Withdrawn)
Patterns and Impact’.
13. Manupati Kalyani, Kakatiya University,
5. Sharath. T.M, Kuvempu University, Warangal, Andhra Pradesh, ‘Employee
Karnataka, ‘Problems and Prospects of Welfare Measures in TSRTC, Telangana
Ginger Cultivation in Karnataka: A Case State’.
Study of Shivamoga District’.
14. Chandrakal Lavudya, Osmania
6. Phool Chand Dawar, Vikram University, University, Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘A
Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, ‘Krishi Vikas Study on Secondary Market-Second
mein Rashtriya Banko ka Yogdaan’. Hand Goods with reference to Trend in
Automobile Sector’.
7. Nagaraja J, Vijayanagara, Sri
Krishnadevaraya University, Karnataka, 15. Deep Jyoti Francis, Jawaharlal Nehru
‘A Socio-economic Assessment of University, New Delhi, ‘Social Values,
Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Intellectual Property Rights and
Employment Guarantee Programme in Economic Performance: A Comparative
Ballari District’. Institutional Analysis Perspective’.

8. Panduranga R, Sri Krishnadevaraya 16. Alka Lalhall, Central University of


University, Karnataka, ‘A Study on the Himachal Pradesh, Shimla, Himachal
Impact of Micro-finance on Financial Pradesh, ‘Role of Career, Self - Efficacy
Inclusion’. and Organizational Climate in Career
Advancement of Women in Banking
9. Ravavendra Hajgolkar, Rani Industry: A Study of Himachal Pradesh’.
Channamma University, Karnataka,
‘Development of Entrepreneurship 17. Mirinchonme Mahhonguaj, Jawaharlal
among Youths: A Case Study of Belgaum Nehru University, New Delhi,
City’. ‘Technology Policy and Behavioral
Practices of Urban Solid Waste
10. T Sakthivel, Annamalai University, Management: A Study of Delhi and
Tamil Nadu, ‘An Economic Analysis Imphal’.
of Brick Kiln Industry Workers in
Villupuram District, Tamil Nadu’. 18. Lal Rosanga, Amity University, Noida,
Uttar Pradesh, ‘Potential and Strategies
11. Happyson Gachuiwo, Assam for Eco-Tourism in Mizoram: A Case
University, Silchar, Assam, ‘Working Study of Phawngpui National Park’.

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19. Yooowanka Lyngdoh, North Eastern Nehru University, New Delhi, ‘Military
Hill University, Shillong, Meghalaya, Dimension of Israel’s Relations with
‘Working Capital Management in Select Turkey, 1991-2011’.
Cement Companies of Meghalaya’.
28. Vanlal Pari, Jawaharlal Nehru University,
20. Hemraj Meena, University of Rajasthan, New Delhi, ‘US Policy towards
Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Mahabharat mein Myanmar: Analysing the Transition
Rajya aur Shasan: ek Adhyayan’. from Isolation to Engagement’.

21. Chongom Aron Ajmol, Jawaharlal 29. Besii Kohli, Jawaharlal Nehru
Nehru University, New Delhi, ‘Inuit University, New Delhi, ‘Political
Peoples and Canada’s Policy Initiatives Socialisation Youth in Bhutan 2008-
towards Climate Change’. 2014’. (Withdrawn)

22. Montgomery Blah, North Eastern 30. Lalmalsawmi Hlondo, North Eastern
Hill University, Shillong, Meghalaya, Hill University, Shillong, Meghalaya,
‘Peacekeeping in Timor-Leste Role of ‘Marriage in Mizo Society: A
United Nations Integrated Mission in Sociological Study of the Lushai and
Timor (UNMIT)’. Mara’. (Withdrawn)

31. Shankri Kumari Meena, Mohanlal


23. Iaribhalang Rymbai, North Eastern Sukhadia University, Udaipur,
Hill University, Shillong, Meghalaya, Rajasthan, ‘Role of Governmental and
‘Political Economy of Coal Mining in Non-Governmental Organization in
Jaintia Hills’. Development of Tribal Community:
A Comparative Sociological Study’.
24. Anu Rani Brahma, North Eastern (Withdrawn)
Hill University, Shillong, Meghalaya,
‘Emergence and Role of Bodo Middle 32. Lalthanmawll, Gandhigram Rural
Class in Assam’. Institute, Tamil Nadu, ‘Performance
of Mahatma Gandhi National Rural
25. Proabhunah Kumar Prasad, H.N.B. Employment Guarantee Scheme: An
Garhwal University, Uttarakhand, Evaluation Study in Serchhip Disrict,
‘Kendra mein Gathbandhan Sarkaron Mizoram’.
ki Rajneeti: UPA ke Vishesh Sandarbh
33. Dhanraj Meena, Mohanlal Sukhadia
mein’. University, Udaipur, Rajasthan,
‘Interrelation between Tribals and
26. Mangzamuan, Jawaharlal Nehru Non-Tribals: A Sociological Study of
University, New Delhi, ‘Republic Dungarpur District’.
of Korea as a Middle Power: Issues
of Capacities, Constraints and 34. Alomi Cyanjhia Shikhu, Nagaland
Contributions 2008-2013’. University, Nagaland, ‘Women and
Resource Management: A Study of
27. Jatung Raja Philemon Chiru, Jawaharlal Shifting Cultivation in Nagaland’.

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35. W.S. Machutmi, Delhi University, and the Study of Nepali Fiction with
Delhi, ‘Tribes and the Notion of Land: special reference to Nepali Identity’.
Changes in the Agrarian Structure and
Social Relations amongst the Tangkhul 44. Basavaraja M T, Tumkur University,
Nagas’. (Withdrawn) Karnataka, ‘ICT Literacy Competencies
among Rural and Urban Students: The
36. Amal Kumar, Banaras Hindu University, Role of School Libraries in Bridging the
Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Anushuchit Digital Divide’.
Janjati ka Samajik – Aarthik Rupantar’,
45. Sra Sonam Ongmo Wangdi, Delhi
37. Rosalyn S. Bunghai, North Eastern University, Delhi, ‘Mythical and
Hill University, Shillong, Meghalaya, Mystical World of Tibetans’.
‘Social Mobilization and National 46. Hema Kumari Mehar, University
Rural Health Mission in Mizoram: With of Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘A
special reference to Lawngtlai District’. Comparative Study of some Psycho-
social Factors among Children of
38. Vincent Ekka, Jawaharlal Nehru
Educated and Uneducated Patents’.
University, New Delhi, ‘Exploring
Development through Indigenous 47. Surendra Kumar, Himachal Pradesh
Perspectives: A Study of Kurux Tribe in University, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh,
Central India’. ‘Prevalence, Techniques Causes and
Effects of Malpractices in School
39. Phungreishang Chitung, University of Examinations’.
Science and Technology, Meghalaya,
‘Unemployment and its Impact on Youth 48. Bamonlang. M. Dkhar, North Eastern
in Ukhrul District of Manipur’. Hill University, Shillong, Meghalaya,
‘School Environment and Level of
40. Bikku, University of Hyderabad, Educational Aspiration in Relation to
Telangana, ‘Religion and Sustainable Academic Achievement of Secondary
Conservation of Nature: A Case Study School Students in Jaintia Hills,
of Bishnois in Rajasthan’. Meghalaya’.

41. Jagdish Singh, Rajkiya Snakothar 49. Riyameka Lapasam, North Eastern
Mahavidyalaya, Chamoli, Uttarakhand, Hill University, Shillong, Meghalaya,
‘Tolchha -Marchha evam Garhwali Lok ‘Teaching Competency of Secondary
Sahitya ka Tulnatmak Anushilan’. School Teachers in Relation to their
Interest and Attitude towards Teaching
42. Raj Kumar Mena, Jawaharlal Nehru Profession in Jaintia Hills Meghalaya’.
University, New Delhi, ‘Adivasi
Vimarsh ke Vikas mein Hindi Sahiytik 50. Bhukya Venkateshwarlu, Kakatiya
Patrikaon ka Yogdaan’,. University, Warangal, Andhra Pradesh,
‘Education Development Programmes
43. Lakshima Deori, Jawaharlal Nehru for Scheduled Tribes in India: A Study
University, New Delhi, ‘Prajwal Parajuly of Select Districts in Telangana’.

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51. Zoramkhuma, North Eastern Hill ICSSR Institutional Doctoral
University, Shillong, Meghalaya, Fellowships
‘Impact of Grouping of Villages on
Family and Households in Mizoram’. The ICSSR awarded 82 Institutional Doctoral
Fellowships at 11 of its Research Institutes
52. Menoseno Senotsu, Nagaland University, in the year 2015-16, out of these, 10 scholars
Nagaland, ‘Bio-Resource Management belonged to Scheduled Caste and six to
and its Impact on Livelihood Pattern in Scheduled Tribes category. The awardees
Nagaland: A Geographical Analysis’. availing Doctoral Fellowships in these 11
Research Institutes are listed below. In
53. Shanti Singh, H.N.B. Garhwal addition to these, although the A.N. Sinha
University, Srinagar, Uttarakhand, Institute of Social Studies, Patna finalized the
‘Resource Appraisal for Sustainable selections for 16 ICSSR Institutional Doctoral
Development and Planning of Jaunsar- Fellowships, however, their numbers have
Bawar Region Using Geo-Spatial not been included because the approval has
Technology’. not been accorded for award of these doctoral
fellowships till date.
54. Dipika Subha, Jawaharlal Nehru
Centre for Development Studies,
University, New Delhi, ‘Nutritional
Thiruvanantapuram
Status of Children of Workers in Tea
Gardens of Darjeeling’. 1. Amartya Paul, ‘Inequality, Growth and
Poverty’.
55. Vikram Meena, Babu Shobharam
Rajkiya Kala University, Alwar, 2. Aritri Chakravarty, ‘Technology Capital
Rajasthan, ‘Swatantra Bharat mein and Sustainable Growth in Agriculture:
Gandhivadi Andolan: ek Vishleshan’. A Case of West Bengal’,
3. Chandra Shekar K, ‘Dynamics of
56. Shivkesh Meena, M.S.J. College, Innovations in the Urban Informal Firms:
Bharatpur, Rajasthan, ‘Rajasthan ki Evidence from Informal Manufacturing
Janjatiya Hastokalao ka Aitihasik Firms in India’.
Adhayan’.
4. Gayathri Unnikrishnan, ‘A Micro Level
57. Limasenla Jamir, Jawaharlal Nehru Analysis of Human Development in
University, New Delhi, ‘Colonialism Terms of Inequality and Sustainability:
Communities and Experiences: The Evolving Sub-state Level Indicators for
North East Frontier and the World War Kerala’.
II’. 5. Rimon Saha, ‘Inequalities in Socio-
Economic Position and its Intra-
58. Phungbili Basumatary, Bodoland
Linkages in India: A Socio-economic
University, Kokrajhar, Assam ‘The Trap’. (Withdrawn)
Christian Mission and its Impact on the
Bodo Society’. 6. Susama Hansdah, ‘Disparty in

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Elementary Education: A Study on 10. M Venu Madhav, ‘Governance Issues


Scheduled and Non-scheduled Districts in the Service Delivery of Water and
of Odisha’. (ST) Sanitation Programmes: Role of Ward
Committees and CBOs’.
Centre for Economic and Social
Studies, Hyderabad 11. Balduri Harish, ‘Application of Remote
Sensing GIS in Sustainable Agricultural
1. Mumtaz Begum, ‘Islamic Micro- Production, Precision Farming and Land
finance: A Tool for Financial Inclusion Suitability Analysis for Agricultural
in India’. Crops in Nalgonda District of Telangana
State’.
2. Mahesh Admankar, ‘Waste Economy
and the Relevance of Dr. B.R. Centre for the Study of Developing
Ambedkar’s Thoughts on Discrimination Societies, Delhi
and Development of Marginalized
Communities in Telangana State’. 1. Sana Kochak, ‘The Politics of Sexuality
in Kashmir: Conflict and Women’s
3. Deepak Kumar Swain, ‘Poverty, Lives’.
Beggary and Exclusion in India: A Study
of Twin City Street-Beggars of Odisha’. 2. Ajmal Khan, ‘State, Nuclear Energy
and People in India: A Study to the
4. N. Ganesh Naik, ‘Socio-Economic State’s Responses towards the People’s
Impact on Higher Educational Choices Movement in Koodankulam and
in Andhra Pradesh with Reference to Jaitapure’.
Kadapa District’. (ST)
3. C. Yamini, ‘A Hyderabad Existence:
5. Venkateswarlu Yerukala, ‘A Macro History, Identity and Cinema’.
Analysis of Indian Agriculture’. (ST)
4. Preeti, ‘Ecological Justice: Progressive
6. Kappey Yadagiri, ‘Universalization Laws and their Impact on Tribal Women
of Quality Higher Education in India: in India’. (SC)
Challenges of Governance’.
5. Rose Sebastian, ‘The Tribal Museum
7. Suchitra Roplekar, ‘India-Nepal in India: Politics, Policy, Pedagogy and
Relations in the Changing Political Governmentality’.
Scenario in Nepal: Past 2010’.
6. Banekar Tushar Vinayak, ‘Body, Pain
8. Pooja Kaushal, ‘An Analysis of and Art: The Lives of Portraj and Jogati’.
Structural Changes in the Secondary
Sector of Indian Economy’. Centre for Women’s Development
Studies, New Delhi
9. Moulkar Rajeshwar, ‘Development
and Adaptation of Technologies for 1. Himani Bajaj, ‘Understanding Women’s
Mitigating Climate Change Impact on Health Question in the Indian Family
Agriculture in India’. (ST) Planning Programme’.

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2. Nancy Yadav, ‘Vulnerable Subjects: 8. Anju Rawat, ‘Impact of Neo-liberalism
Analysing Dimension of Feminist on Social Justice in India’. (SC)
Ethnography in Select Works of Pratibha
Ray’.
Institute of Economic Growth,
New Delhi
3. Dona Biswas, ‘Socio-Political Study of 1. Jagadish Prasad Sahu, ‘Analysis of
Tribal Bodo Women of Assam: Looking Direct Investment Flows to Developing
through their Role in Public and Private Countries’.
Sphere’. (SC)
2. Saroj Kumar, ‘Inequalities in Access to
4. Renu Singh, ‘Emerging Notions of Love
Health Care Services in Uttar Pradesh’.
and Sexual Agency among the Young
Urban Poor in Delhi: Issues of Gender, 3. Deepika, ‘Sanitation Facilities in Urban
Caste and State’. Slums: Case Studies of Three Slums in
5. Pabitra Sharma, ‘Women and Alcohol in Delhi’.
Sikkim’.
4. Vikas Kumar, ‘Social Innovation and
Giri Institute of Development Studies, Agriculture: A Case of System of Rice
Lucknow Intensification in Bihar’.
1. Shailendra Kumar Verma, ‘Composition 5. Amrita Goldar, ‘Impact of Bilateral
of Indian Bureaucracy and Investment Treaties on FDI Inflows: The
Developmental Scheme MNREGA’. Indian Case’.
2. Chaitanya C Damu, ‘Labour Migeration
6. Navpreet Kaur, ‘Linkages between
to Kerala’.
Irrigation, Cropping Pattern and
3. Jai Laxmi, ‘Inter Sectionality and Employment: A Case Study of Ganga
Common Property Resources: Mapping Canal Region’. (Withdrawn)
Exclusion’. (SC)
Institute for Social and Economic
4. Soumya Sushila Sahoo, ‘Energy Change, Bengaluru
Economics’.
5. Shahnaz Ansari, ‘Challenges of Housing 1. Karthick V, ‘International Trade and
Condition, Morbidity and its Association Agglomeration’.
with Millennium Development Goals in 2. Sonia Minhas, ‘Production Efficiency
India’.
and Value Chain Analysis of Major
6. Samar Kumar Mishra, ‘Chain of Horticultural Crops: A Study in
Subcontracting and Employment Himachal Pradesh’.
Conditions in Indian Manufacturing
Industry’. 3. Lavanya BT, ‘Climate Change Impact
and Adaptation Strategies in Agriculture:
7. Shivendra Singh, ‘Impact of Changes in A Study in Karnataka’.
Household Consumtption Expenditure
on Welfare’. 4. Bejo Jocob Raju, ‘Prospects and Policy

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Implications of ECO-Taxes in India: Paschim Midnapore, West Bengal,


A Study Considering the Carbon Tax India’. (SC)
Impact’.
15. Shikha Subba, ‘Spatial Disparities in
5. Pattela Omkar Nadh, ‘Understanding Enrolment in Elementary Education in
Genetic Engineering in the Socio North East India’. (SC)
Economic Perspective’. 16. Dipak Mandal Amaipara, ‘Trend and
6. Meenakshi Parida, ‘Impact of Education Pattern of Urbanisation in North 24
Parganas, West Bengal, India from 1951
on Labour Market Outcomes in India’.
to 2011’.
7. Kaumudi Misra, ‘Is Cash Transfer the
17. Meenakshi Priyadrashini, ‘Energy
Best Way to Rationalize the Subsidy
Consumption and Urban Environment’.
Programme in India’.
18. Mudassar Mahamad, ‘Living
8. Ance Teresa Varghese, ‘Assessment Conditions and Social Security of
of Access and Quality of Education A Homeless Population in Urban Centres
Case Study of the High Range Areas of of Maharashtra’.
Kerala’.
Institute of Public Enterprise,
9. Prasanth Kumar Choudhary, ‘Politics of Hyderabad
Assertion in India: Exploring the Doms
Identity of Bihar and West-Bengal 1977- 1. P. Kalyani, ‘Growth of Reinsurance
2011’. Business in India: Challenges and
Prospects’.
10. Chandni Bhambani, ‘Exploratory Study
of Decision Making Process among 2. Suvvari Ananda Rao, ‘Efficiency and
Childless by Choice Couples’,. Competition in Indian Life Insurance
Industry: An Analysis in the Post-
11. N Pautunthang, ‘A Study of Zomi Reform’.
Refugees in Delhi’. (ST)
3. Ishfaq Hussain Bhat, ‘A Study on
12. Prem Shankar Mishra, ‘Socio-Cultural Marketing of Handicraft Products with
and Economic Transformation of Rural special reference to Kashmir’.
India through Remittances, its Trends
and Patterns: A Case Study of Eastern 4. Venkateswarlu Yerukala, ‘Small
Uttar Pradesh (A Geographical Area, Holder Farmers; Food Security: A
known as ‘Tarai Region)’. Comparative Study between Telangana
and Rayalaseema’. (ST)
13. Anamika Das, ‘Spatial Pattern of
Malnutrition and Child Morbidity in 5. Devi Prasad, ‘An Analysis of Identity
West Bengal’. (SC) Formation in Yadav Community: The
Case of Eastern Uttar Pradesh’.
14. Kinkar Mandal, ‘Nutritional and Socio-
Economic of Adolescence (14-18 Years) 6. Debashis Pradhan, ‘Functioning of
Boys and Girls of Tribes, Salboni, Agricultural Markets in Rural India:

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Field Evidences from KBK Region of Nabakrushna Choudhury Centre for
Odisha’. Development Studies, Bhubneshwar
7. T. Shailaja, ‘Implications of Variables 1. Rashmi Rekha Samal, ‘Religion, Local
Implicit in the Career Continuum: A Community and Conservation of
Study with reference to the Employees Natural Resources: A Study in Sikkim,
of Seclect Software Companies’. Gangtok’.
8. S. Sagar Singh Ahuja, ‘Role of 2. Jyotirmayee Rout, ‘Trend and
Micro Finance in Micro Enterprise Determinants of Healthcare Expenditure
Development: An Impact Evaluation in Odisha: Issues and Challenges’.
Study of SHGs in West Godavari District
in Andhra Pradesh’. 3. Diptimayee Jena, ‘Seasonal Labour
Migration: A Case Study of KBK Region
9. N. Ramesh, ‘Supply Chain Practices in Odisha’.
in Girijan Cooperative Corporation
(GCC): A Study on Selected Products in 4. Doleswar Bhoi, ‘Right to Education Act,
the Undivided State of Andhra Pradesh’. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes
Childred of Odisha: A Sociological
10. Podalakuru Mahesh, ‘Contribution of Study’. (SC)
Organized Retailing and Sustainability
of Small and Medium Suppliers: A Study 5. Rajanikanta Jena, ‘Socio-Economic
with special reference to Hyderabad’. Impact of Upper Indravati Irrigation
(Salary Protection) Projecgt on People of Kalahandi’. (SC)
(Salary Protection)
Madras Institute of Development
Studies, Chennai 6. Laxmi Narayan Nayak, ‘Impact of
Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya
1. Anjaly Baby, ‘The Impact of Fiscal to Reduce Gender Disparity among
Deficit on the Multiplier Effect of School Dropouts and Emancipation of
Government Expenditure on the Output’. Girl Child through Education and Skill
Development’.
2. S. Muthamizh Selvi, ‘Occupational
Health Pattern of Sewage and Sanitary Sardar Patel Institute of Economic
Workers of Puducherry: A Socio and Social Research, Ahmedabad
Environmental Study’.
1. Indu Pareek, ‘Rural Urban
3. V. Firsha, ‘Social History of Jinnh Transformation and the Pattern of Rural
Possession’. Labour Absorption: A Case of Gujarat’.

4. Pema Choden Bhutia ‘Tourism led 2. Bincy Bose, ‘Microfinance and Rural
Economic Growth and its Impact on Agro-Based Economy: Emerging
Environment, Society and Culture with Lessons from Narmada District of
Special Reference to Sikkim’. (ST) Gujarat’.

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Ph.D. Theses Received during 8. Sahila Chaudhary, Chaudhary Devilal


2015-16 University, Haryana, ‘A Study of
Operational Risk in e-Banking in India’.
1. Melari Shisha, Nongrum Martin
Luther Christian University, Shillong, 9. Naseemuddin, Ch. Charan Singh
Meghalaya, ‘A Study on the Prevalence University, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh,
of Vitamin A Deficiency and its ‘Bharatiya Rajniti mein Muslim
Associated Factors in Children up to 15 Matdaata ki Bhumika’.
Years of Age in Pynursla Block, East
10. M. Nagamuni, Shri Venkateswara
Khasi Hills District, Meghalaya’.
University, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh,
2. Raga Sudha Addagabottu, Acharya ‘Economic Impact of SHGs and Tier
Nagarjuna University, Guntur, Andhra Federations in Andhra Pradesh’.
Pradesh, ‘Work-Life Balance of Female 11. Sangita Parmar, Mata Jija Bai Shashkiya
Doctors and Nurses: A Study in Select Kanya Snatak Mahavidyalaya, Indore,
Government and Private Hospitals of Madhya Pradesh, ‘Swatantra Bharat
Guntur District, Andhra Pradesh’. ke Sthalya Vivad aur Shetrya Shakti
Sanghrakh Par Unka Prabhaav:’.
3. Sita Borasi, Devi Ahilya University,
Indore, Madhya Pradesh, ‘Mukhyamantri 12. Vijay Kumar Yadav, Vikram University,
Kanyadaan Yojna se Labhanvita Mata Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, ‘Milk Dairy
Pita ka Samaj Shashtriya Adhyayan’. Development in Uttar Pradesh: An
Analysis’.
4. Arundhati Sharma, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, New Delhi, ‘Coalition- 13. Anilam M., Pondicherry University,
Building at the World Trade Puducherry, ‘Mindfulness Based Stress
Organisation: South Asia’s Negotiating Reduction for Reducing Anxiety,
Positions, 1995-2011’. Enhancing Self-control and Improving
Academic Performance among
5. Rajendra Kumar Arya, Vikram Adolescent Students’.
University, Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh,
‘The Economic Philosophy of Bharat 14. Mr. Pravakar Duari, Pondicherry
Ratna, Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar: University, Puducherry, ‘Thriving
Contemporary Analysis’. at Workplace: Verifying the Role of
Unit Contextual Features, Renewable
6. B. Laxman, Osmania University, Social Resources and Agentic Work
Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘Understanding Behaviour’.
Price Behaviour by Using Candlestick
Charts: Study on Select Equities’. 15. Rajeswari T., Annamalai University,
Annamalai Nagar, Tamil Nadu,
7. Dharmender Singh, Ch. Charan Singh ‘Influence of Quality of Work Life on
University, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, Career Development and Organizational
‘Rashtriya Punarjagran aur Dayanand:’. Effectiveness in Private Sector Banks’.

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16. Rouf Ahmad Mir, University of Karnataka, ‘Child Health and Social
Kashmir, Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir, Differentials in India: Caste and
‘Relationship between Employee Neighbourhood Effect’.
Satisfaction, Customer Satisfaction and
its Influence on Perceived Organizational 25. Rajashree Biswal, Jawaharlal Nehru
Performance’. University, New Delhi, ‘A Spatial Turn
in Contemporary Indian Art Politics and
17. Sukhdev Singh, Punjabi University, Aesthetics of Community Based Art
Patiala, Punjab, ‘Rural Indebtedness in Practice’.
Punjab: An Empirical Analysis’.
26. Bhanu Saxena, Shri Vaishnav Institute of
18. Mr. Dasari Nivas, Kakatiya University, Management, Indore, Madhya Pradesh,
Warangal, Telangana ‘Impact of ITDA ‘Effectiveness of Factories Act 1948: A
on the Development of Tribals in Study of Small Scale Units in Indore’.
Telangana’.
27. Sonia Roy, Jawaharlal Nehru University,
19. Rakesh Sisodiya, Vikram University, New Delhi, ‘Jewish and Democratic
Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, ‘Madhya Identities: Domestic Political Debates in
Pradesh mein Bithiyo ka Krishi Vikas Israel’.
mein Yogdaan’.
28. Shaeena Parveen, Jamia Millia Islamia,
20. N. Rajasekaran, Periyar University, New Delhi, ‘Psychological Problems,
Salem, Tamil Nadu, ‘Study of Panchayat Mental Health and Coping among
Raj Institutions and Rural Development Female Relatives of Victims of Enforced
in Tamil Nadu’. Disappearances in Kashmir’.

21.
Sibaram Badatya, Pondicherry 29. Amit Kumar B. Parmar, Saurashtra
University, Puducherry, ‘Parliament University, Rajkot, Gujarat, ‘Social
and Foreign Policy Decision Making in Intelligence Family Relationship and
India: A Study on India’s China Policy Learning Behaviour in Adolescent
1959-75’. Students’.

22. Daksha Parmar, Jawaharlal Nehru 30. Wagh Kishor Kadu, Dr. Babasheb
University, New Delhi, ‘Controlling Ambedkar Marathwada University,
Births and Limiting Population in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, ‘Cultural
Maharashtra, 1920-1980’. Studies: Indian Identity in the Selected
Writing’.
23. Gummadi Naresh, Osmania University,
Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘Indebtedness 31. Priyanka Dutta Chowdhury, Jawaharlal
among Tribal Households: A Study in Nehru University, New Delhi, ‘Politics
Khammam District’. of Ethno Nationalism in Pakistan: A
Comparative Study of Awami National
24. Rajesh Roushan, Institute for Social Party and Muttahda Quami Movement
and Economic Change, Bengaluru, 1986-2013’.

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32. Dinesh Kumar Nayak, Jawaharlal 40. Kishor Kadu Wagh, Shri Madhavrao Patil
Nehru University, New Delhi, ‘Agrarian Mahavidyalaya, Murum, Osmanabad,
Change and Livelihood Diversification Maharashtra, ‘Cultural Studies: Indian
in a Rural Economy: A Case Study of Identity in the Selected Writings of Dr.
Odisha’. B. R. Ambedkar’.

33. Manasi Sinha, Jawaharlal Nehru 41. Noklenyagla, Jawaharlal Nehru


University, New Delhi, ‘Gender- University, New Delhi, ‘Ideational
Mainstreaming in Social and Economic Influence of Bengal Renaissance and
Policy in Sweden: A Model for the Rabindranath Tagore on India’s S&T
European Union’. Policies of Self-Reliance (1937-1964)’.

34. Khetrimayum Monish Singh, Jawaharlal 42. Harideshwar Gupta, Vikram University,
Nehru University New Delhi, ‘From Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, ‘Growth of
Ration Card to Data Citizen: A Study of Agriculture in Malwa Region’,
e-Governance in Assam’
43. Babu Rao G, University of Hyderabad,
35. Anindya Dutta Gupta, Jawaharlal Nehru Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘Exchange Rate
University, New Delhi, ‘Adivasis School Regimes, Inflation and Growth: A Study
Education and Identity Assertion’. of BRICS Countries’.
36. Animesh Shukla, Jawaharlal Nehru 44. Vanlalpari, Jawaharlal Nehru University,
University, New Delhi, ‘Freedom, New Delhi, ‘US Policy towards
Authority and the Political: A Myanmar: Analysing the Transition
Comparative Study of the Works of from Isolation to Engagement’.
Hannah Arendt and Isaiah Berlin’.
45. T. Manichander, Osmania University,
37. K. Thamizhiniyan, Pondicherry Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘A Study of
University, Puducherry, ‘Teaching Emotional Intelligence and Locus of
English as a Second Language: Control and their Influence of Academic
Knowledge, Attitude and Classroom Achievement of Intermediate Students
Practices towards Communicative in Karimanagar District’.
Language Teaching among High School
Teachers’. 46. Rakesh Prasad, Jawaharlal Nehru
University, New Delhi, ‘Nepali
38. Chayanika Deka, Jawaharlal Nehru Immigrants in Uttarakhand: A Critical
University, New Delhi, ‘Agrarian Geopolitics Analysis’.
Reforms and Marginalization of Women
in Kenya, 1983-2012’. 47. Rishipal Singh, N.A.S.P.G. College,
Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Dalit Rajnitik
39. Nijara Deka, Jawaharlal Nehru Chetna mein Bhaujan Samaj Party ki
University, New Delhi, ‘Deprivation Bhumika’.
Characteristics of the Urban Poor: A
Case Study of Guwahati City’. 48. O. Grace Ngullie, Jawaharlal Nehru

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University, New Delhi, ‘Food for the 56. Jyoti Pandey, Jawaharlal Nehru
Poor: A Comparative Study of the University, New Delhi, ‘Women
Public Distribution System and the Cash Empowerment in Mongolia 1996-2012’.
Transfer Scheme in Delhi’.
57. Sumit Kumar, Pondicherry University,
49. Tiatula Ozukum, Jawaharlal Nehru Puducherry, ‘US - India Strategic
University, New Delhi, ‘Schooling Partnership: Foundation Dimensions
of Children in a Conflict Zone: An and Limitations (1980-2008)’.
Ethnography of Atoizu in Nagaland’.
58. Sanjeev Kumar Gundappa, Gulbarga
50. Sahana R., Jawaharlal Nehru University, University, Gulbarga, Karnataka,
New Delhi, ‘Child Soldiers and ‘Impact of Weaving on Family
International Law: Quest for an Effective Environment: A Sociological Study in
Regulatory Framework’. Gulbarga’.
51. Ms. Reena Dubey, Devi Ahilya 59. Anjali Tandon, Jamia Millia Islamia,
Vishwavidyalaya, Indore, Madhya New Delhi, ‘Structural Change and
Pradesh, ‘Impediments to growth and Energy Use in Indian Economy: An
development of a Cantonment Town: Input-Output Analysis with Special
A Study of Mhow Town of Madhya Reference to India’s International
Pradesh ’.
Trade’.
52. Diwate Archana Purushottam,
60. Rajesh Kumar, Jawaharlal Nehru
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New
University, New Delhi, ‘Role of Indian
Delhi, ‘Social Characteristics of Private
Government and Political Parties in
Medical College in India: A Study of
the Rights against Apartheid in South
Select States’.
Africa, 1984-1994’.
53. Shruti Jain, Jawaharlal Nehru University,
New Delhi, ‘Practices and Ideologies of 61. Chongom Aron Aimol, Jawaharlal
Development: People’s Responses to Nehru University, New Delhi, ‘Inuit
Hydropower Projects in Uttarakhand’. Peoples and Canada’s Policy Initiatives
towards Climate Change’.
54. Mani Chaudhary, Ch. Charan Singh
University, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, 62. A. Arun Kumar, Osmania University,
‘A Study of Occupational Stress, Hyderabad, Telangana, ‘Knowledge
Depression and Suicidal Ideation among Management Practices in Biotechnology
Subordinate Police Personnel’. Industries with reference to Andhra
Pradesh’.
55. Haiyadri Sharma, University of
Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Prestige 63. Prakash Shrivasharanappa Ragi,
Seeking Consumer Behaviour in Gulbarga University, Gulbarga,
Relation to Premium Brands: An Karnataka, ‘Dalit Movement and
Evaluative Study of Luxury Cars in Social Change: A Sociological Study of
Rajasthan’. Gulbarga District’.

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64. Rajshree Chanchal, Jawaharlal Nehru 72. Surabhi Aggarwal, Himachal Pradesh
University, New Delhi, ‘Social Access University, Shimla, Himachal
Choices and Strategies of Agents and Pradesh, ‘Effect of Yogic Practices
Private School Providers:’. on Metacognition, Logical Thinking,
General Well Being and Moral Values of
65. Promila Kanwar, Punjab University, Senior Secondary School Students’.
Chandigarh, ‘Women’s Empowerment
through Urban Local Bodies’. 73. Nidhi Tyagi, Aligarh Muslim University,
Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, ‘Corporate
66. Mallikarjun Holeppa, Gulbarga Governance Practices of Corporate
University, Gulbarga, Karnataka, Sector in India: A Case Study of Selected
‘Working Wives and House Wives: A Indian Companies’.
Sociological Study’.
74. Simashree Bora, Jawaharlal Nehru
67. Gunanidhi Barik, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, ‘A Sociological
University, New Delhi, ‘World Bank Study of Island Ecology and Vaishnavite
and Gender: A Study of Agriculture and Institutions in Majuli, Assam’.
Rural Development Projects in India’.
75. Abhimanyu Behera, Jawaharlal Nehru
68. Mudukappa Karegouda, Gulbarga University, New Delhi, ‘Geopolitics of
University, Gulbarga, Karnataka, Energy in Kazakhstan: Implications for
‘Problems of Scheduled Tribes in India and China, 2005-2013’.
Change Society: A Sociological Study
76. Swati Singh, University of Lucknow,
of Bellary District’.
Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, ‘An
69. Martemjen, Nagaland University, Evaluation of Government Investment
Lumami, Nagaland, ‘Biodiversity in Primary Education and its Impact on
Conservation through Traditional Development in Uttar Pradesh’.
Practices in Nagaland: A Geographical 77. Deepak Kumar, Punjab University,
Analysis’. Patiala, Punjab, ‘Intellectual Capital and
Performance in Indian Banking’.
70. Rajees Mohammad Bhat, Pondicherry
University, Puducherry, ‘Conflict 78. Moujuri Bhowmik, Tripura University,
Exposure, Post- Traumatic Stress, Risk Tripura, ‘Fluvial Hazards and their
Factors and the Predictors of Post- Impact on Socio-Economic Condition
Traumatic Growth among the Young in West Tripura District’.
Adults in Kashmir’.
79. Narender Kumar, University of Delhi,
71. Meenakshi Maheshree, University of Delhi, ‘Reading Consciousness: A
Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan, ‘Bharat Critical Study of Caste, Class and
mein Mahilayo ke Vidhick Adhikaar: Gender in the Selected Novels of
Ghareloo Hinsa, Mahila Sanrakshan Gurdyal Singh’.
Adhiniyam, 2005 (Jodhpur Jile ka
Adhyayan)’.

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Ph.D. Theses received at the ICSSR National Rural Employment Guarantee
Institutes Scheme in Andhra Pradesh’.

Indian Institute of Education, Pune, 84. Narsimhulu Siddula, ‘Commodity


Maharashtra Derivatives: Effectiveness in Price
Discovery and Risk Management’.
80. Nidhi Verma, ‘Coherence and Influence
of Home School and Modernization on 85.
Sode Raghavendra, ‘Corporate
Value Preference of Higher Secondary Sustainable Development in Coal India
School Students’. Limited: A Study’.
81. Damyanti Raut, ‘A Study of Progress Institute for Social and Economic
and Prospects of Pune Municipal Change, Bengaluru, Karnataka
Corporation Schools’.
86. Krishanu Pradhan, ‘Sustainability of
82.
Deepak Gaikwad, ‘Rajkiya India’s Fiscal Policy: An Empirical
Aarakshanacha Tikatmak Abhyas Study’.
Vishesh Sandharbh: Maharashtra
Vidhan Sabha 1999- 2004’.
Institute of Public Enterprise,
Hyderabad, Telangana
83. Maschendar Goud, ‘Performance
Evaluation of Mahatma Gandhi

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Capacity Building Programmes and Research
Methodology Courses
Ten -day Research Methodology Professor in Economics & Dr.Rachita
Course Gulati, Assistant Professor, Department
of Humanities and Social Science,
General Category Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)
Roorkee, Uttarakhand with a grant of
1. Ten-day Research Methodology Course ` 5,50,000/-.
sanctioned to Prof. Nizamuddin Khan
& Dr. Mumtaz Ahmad, Department of 6. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
Geography, Aligarh Muslim University, sanctioned to Prof. Vivek Mishra, Dept.
Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh with a grant of of Post Graduate Studies & Research in
` 5,50,000/-. Pol. Science, Rani Durgawati University,
Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh with a grant
2. Ten-day Research Methodology Course of ` 5,50,000/-.
sanctioned to Prof. S.K Bawa & Dr.
Shireesh Pal Singh, Centre for Education 7. Ten-day Research Methodology
Central University of Punjab Mansa Course sanctioned to Prof. H.M.
Road, Bathinda, Punjab with a grant of Shailaja, School of Education, Rani
` 5,50,000/-. Channamma University Vidyasangama,
Bhootaramanahatti, Belgaum,
3. Ten-day Research Methodology Karnataka with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
Course sanctioned to Prof. G.M Bhat,
Department of Economics, Central 8. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
University of Kashmir, Transit Campus: sanctioned to Dr. Paul G. Aquinas,
Sonwar, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir Department of Social Work, Mangalore
with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-. University, Karnataka with a grant of
` 5,50,000/-.
4. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
sanctioned to Dr. Asheesh Srivastava, 9. Ten-day Research Methodology
Associate Professor, Dept. of Education, Course sanctioned to Dr. Dipen Saikia,
Visva Bharati: A Central University, Associate Professor, Dept. of Political
Vinaya Bhavana, P.O Santiniketan, Science, Moridhal College, Moridhal,
Birbhum, West Bengal with a grant of Dist- Dhemaji, Assam with a grant of
` 5,50,000/-. ` 5,50,000/-.

5. Ten-day Research Methodology 10. Ten-day Research Methodology Course


Course sanctioned to Prof. S.P. Singh, sanctioned to Dr. L. Venkatachalam,

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Madras Institute of Development 18. Ten-day Research Methodology
Studies, Chennai, Tamil Nadu with a Course sanctioned to Dr. Mohd. Shakil
grant of ` 5,50,000/-. Khan, Baba Sahib Bhimrao Ambedkar
University, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
11. Ten-day Research Methodology Course with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
sanctioned to Prof. D.M Diwakar & Dr.
Anuja, A.N Sinha Institute of Social 19. Ten-day Research Methodology
Science, Patna, Bihar with a grant of Course sanctioned to Professor I.C.
` 5,50,000/. Awasthi, Giri Institute of Development
Studies, Aliganj Housing Scheme,
12. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh with a grant of
sanctioned to Dr. Y. Venkat Reddy,
` 5,50,000/-.
CKM Arts University College, Desaipet,
Warangal, Telangana with a grant of 20. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
` 5,50,000/-. sanctioned to Dr. Mohammad Shaheer
13. Ten-day Research Methodology Course Siddiqui, Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan,
sanctioned to Prof. Biswajit Das & Bolpur, West Bengal with a grant of
Dr. Manoj Kumar, Centre for Culture, ` 5,50,000/-.
Media & Governance, Jamia Millia
21. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
Islamia, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi with a
sanctioned to Dr. Ashutosh Pandey
grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
Department of Political Science, Dr.
14. Ten-day Research Methodology Course S.M.N.R. University, Lucknow, Uttar
sanctioned to Professor Dr. Damodar Pradesh with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
Nepram, Dept. of Economics, Manipur
University, Canchipur, Imphal, Manipur 22. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-. sanctioned to Dr. Rajiv P. Patel, M.D.
Gram Seva Mahavidyalaya, Gujarat
15. Ten-day Research Methodology Course Vidyapith, Gandhinagar, Gujarat with a
sanctioned to Professor Sanjay Kumar, grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
Director, Centre for Study of Developing
Societies, Rajpur Road, Delhi with a 23. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
grant of ` 5,50,000/-. sanctioned to Dr. Ashok Pradhan,
School of Studies in Anthropology, Pt.
16. Ten-day Research Methodology Course Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur,
sanctioned to Dr. Manas Ray, Centre for Chattisgarh with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
Studies in Social Sciences, Kolkata with
a grant of ` 5,50,000/-. 24. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
sanctioned to Dr. Bharat Bhai, B.
17. Ten-day Research Methodology Course Ramanuj, Department of Education,
sanctioned to Dr. K.V. Nagaraj, Dept. Saurashtra University, Rajkot, Gujarat
of Mass Communication, Mizoram with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
University, Tanhril, Aiazwl, Mizoram
with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-. 25. Ten-day Research Methodology Course

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sanctioned to Dr. Ratnakar Mishra, 32. Ten-day Research Methodology Course


National Institute of Science and sanctioned to Dr. S. Prakash, Director
Technology, Palur Hills, Berhampur, Research, Nehru Institute of Engineering
Ganjam, Odisha with a grant of and Technology, Nehru Gardens
` 5,50,000/-. Thirumalayampalayam,Coimbatore,
Tamil Nadu with a grant of ` 50,000/-.
26. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
sanctioned to Prof. Aparna Raj & 33. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
Dr. Md. Shamim Ansari, Department sanctioned to Dr. Girin Phukon, Institute
of Tourism and Hotel Management, of Tai Studies and Research, Moranhat,
Bundelkhand University, Kanpur Road, Assam with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
Jhansi, Madhya Pradesh with a grant of
34. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
` 5,50,000/-.
sanctioned to Dr. C.J. Thomas, Deputy
27. Ten-day Research Methodology Course Director & Prof. L.S Gassah, Co-
sanctioned to Dr. Chandra Shekhar R.V., Director, ICSSR North Eastern Regional
Centre for Women’s Studies, Kannada Centre NEHU Campus, Shillong with a
grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
University, Hampi, Karnataka with a
grant of ` 5,50,000/-. 35. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
sanctioned to Dr. Soumya Vinayan,
28. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
Council for Social Development,
sanctioned to Dr. N. Venkateshwarlu,
Southern Regional Centre, Rajendra
University College of Law, Osmania
Nagar, Hyderabad with a grant of
University, Hyderabad, Telangana with
` 5,50,000/-.
a grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
36. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
29. Ten-day Research Methodology Course sanctioned to Prof. Kiran Desai, Mr.
sanctioned to Professor Dimyajyoti Vimal Trivedi, Centre for Social
Bhattacharjee, Assam University, Studies,Veer Narmad South, Gujarat
Silchar, Assam with a grant of University Campus, Udhana-Magdalla
` 5,50,000/-. Road, Surat, Gujaratwith a grant of
` 5,50,000/-.
30. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
sanctioned to Dr. Ajay Dwivedi, V.B.S. 37. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
Purvanchal University, Jaunpur, Uttar sanctioned to Prof. Diwakar Sharma
Pradesh with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-. Dr. Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya,
Sagar, Madhya Pradesh with a grant of
31. Ten-day Research Methodology ` 5,50,000/-.
Course sanctioned to Professor
Surendra K. Gupta, Member-Secretary, 38. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
Indian Association of Social Science sanctioned to Prof.Manisha Dubey,
Institutions, IIPA, Indraprastha Estate, Professor, Department of Economics,
New Delhi with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-. Guru Ghasidas Vishwavidyalaya (A

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Central University) Koni, Bilaspur, Course sanctioned to Dr. Sunita Reddy,
Chattisgarh with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-. Assistant Professor & Prof. Sanghmitra
Acharya, Centre of Social Medicine and
39. Ten-day Research Methodology Course Community Health, School of Social
sanctioned to Prof. Manju Singh, Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University,
Department of Sociology, 108, Vani New Delhi with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
Mandir, Banasthali University, Tonk,
Rajasthan with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-. 2. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
sanctioned to Dr. Ramesh M. Sonkamble,
40. Ten-day Research Methodology Assistant Professor, Department of
Course sanctioned to Dr. Celine Sunny, Social Work, Karnataka State Women’s
Professor, Dept. of Social Work, University Torvi, Vijayapura, Karnataka
Rajagiri College of Social Sciences, with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
Rajagiri, Kalamassery, Kochi, Kerala
3. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
sanctioned to Dr. Vulli Dhanaraju,
41. Ten-day Research Methodology Assistant Professor, Dept. of History,
Course sanctioned to Dr. M. Devaraj, Assam University (Central University),
Director, Institute of Development Diphu Campus, Diphu Karbi Anglong,
Assam with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
Studies, University of Mysore,
Manasagangothri, Mysore, Karnataka 4. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-. sanctioned to Prof. M.N Parmar,
Director & Dr. Satish Kumar, Faculty of
42. Ten-day Research Methodology Course Social Work, The Maharaja Sayaji Rao
sanctioned to Dr. N.P. Pathak, Professor University of Baroda,Vadodara, Gujarat
of Business Economics, Awadhesh with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
Pratap Singh University, Rewa, Madhya
Pradesh with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-. 5. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
sanctioned to Dr. M. Thamilarasan,
43. Ten-day Research Methodology Course Assistant Professor, Dept. of Sociology,
sanctioned to Prof. R. Ranganathan, University of Madras, Chennai with a
Dean, Faculty of Education, Andhra grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
University, Visakhapatnam, Andhra
Pradesh with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-. 6. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
sanctioned to Prof. N. Sukumar, Dept.
44. Ten-day Research Methodology Course of Political Science,Faculty of Social
sanctioned to Prof. Prem Kumar, Science, University of Delhi with a
Department of Sociology, Kurukshetra grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
University, Kurukshetra, Haryana with
7. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
a grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
sanctioned to Dr. A. Nageswara Rao,
SC Category CSSSIP, Maulana Azad National Urdu
University, Gachibowli, Hyderabad,
1. Ten-day Research Methodology Telangana with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-.

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8. Ten-day Research Methodology Course 14. Ten-day Research Methodology Course


sanctioned to Dr. M. Ramakrishna, sanctioned to Dr. Vikas K. Jambhulkar,
Centre for Tribal Folklore Language Department of Political Science, RTM
& Literature, Central University of Nagpur University, Mahatma Phule
Jharkhand, CTI Campus, Brambe, Educational Campus, Amravati Road,
Ranchi, Jharkhand with a grant of Nagpur, Maharashtra with a grant of
` 5,50,000/-. ` 5,50,000/-.
9. Ten-day Research Methodology Course 15. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
sanctioned to Dr. Subir Biswas, Dept. sanctioned to Prof. S.K. Chahal, Dept.
of Anthropology, West Bengal State of History, Kurukshetra University,
University, Barasat, Kolkata, West Kurukshetra, Haryana with a grant of
Bengal with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-. ` 5,50,000/-.
10. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
16. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
sanctioned to Dr. Amarnath Paswan,
sanctioned to Prof. Shishupal Singh
Centre for Study of Social Exclusion
Bhadu & Mr. Nishant Gehlot (Co-
and Inclusive Policy, Faculty of Social
Director), Department of Management
Sciences, Banaras Hindu University,
Studies, Faculty of Commerce and
Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh with a grant of
` 5,50,000/-. Management, Jai Narayan Vyas
University, Opp.Senapati Bhawan, IIT
11. Ten-day Research Methodology Course Jodhpur Campus, Residency Road,
sanctioned to Dr. Suresh R (Course Jodhpur, Rajasthan with a grant of
Director), Prof. Suchitra Sen (Co- ` 5,50,000/-.
Course Director), Dr. Elumalai Kannan
(Co-Course Director) Centre for Study 17. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
of Regional Development (CSRD), sanctioned to Dr. Surepally Sujatha,
School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Principal, University College of Arts,
Nehru University, New Delhi with a Science and Commerce, Satavahana
grant of ` 5,50,000/-. University, Karimnagar, Telangana with
a grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
12. Ten-day Research Methodology
Course sanctioned to Prof. P. Moorthy, 18. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
Department of Politics & International sanctioned to Dr. Keshav Manik Walke,
Studies, Pondicherry University, Matru Sewa Sangh, Institute of Social
Kalapet, Puducherry with a grant of Work, Bajajnagar, Nagpur, Maharashtra
` 5,50,000/-. with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
13. Ten-day Research Methodology Course 19. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
sanctioned to Dr. Jagan Karade, Dept. sanctioned to Dr. Sumathi G.N, VIT
of Sociology, Shivaji University,
Vidyanagar, Kolhapur, Maharashtra University, Vellore, Tamil Nadu with a
with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-. grant of ` 5,50,000/-.

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20. Ten-day Research Methodology Course 5. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
sanctioned to Ms. Rekha J.Wankhade sanctioned to Dr. Ratan Kaurinta,
& Dr. Balkrushna P. Adhau, Associate Department of Commerce, Nagaland
Professor, Takshashila Mahavidyalaya, University, Kohima Campus, Nagaland
Shyam Nagar, Amravati, Maharashtra with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
6. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
21. Ten-day Research Methodology Course sanctioned to Dr. Ngamjahao Kipgen,
sanctioned to Dr. Laxman Lal Salvi, Indian Institute of Technology,
Jai Narayan Vyas University, Jodhpur, Guwahati, Assam with a grant of
Rajasthan with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-. ` 5,50,000/-.

ST Category 7. Ten-day Research Methodology


Course sanctioned to Dr. Kishore
1. Ten-day Research Methodology Course Jose, Co-Director, Dr. Parvathi K Iyer,
sanctioned to Dr. Vijay Korra, Centre for Dr. Nongmaithem Mohandas Singh,
Economic and Social Studies (CESS), Centre for Security Studies, School of
Nizamiah Observatory Campus, International Studies, Central University
Begumpet, Hyderabad, Telangana with of Gujarat, Gujarat with a grant of
a grant of ` 5,50,000/-. ` 5,50,000/-.

2. Ten-day Research Methodology Course 8. Ten-day Research Methodology


sanctioned to Dr. Janak Singh Meena, Course sanctioned to Dr. Sivasankar
Department of Political Science, Jai V, Muthurangam Government Arts
Narayan Vyas University, Jodhpur, College, Vellore, Tamil Nadu with a
Rajasthan with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-. grant of ` 5,50,000/-.

3. Ten-day Research Methodology Course 9. Ten-day Research Methodology


sanctioned to Dr. Nenavath Sreenu, Course sanctioned to Dr. Nister Kujur,
Dr. P.K.Sharma, School of Studies in
Department of Business Management,
Sociology, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla
Indira Gandhi National Tribal University,
University, Raipur, Chattisgarh with a
Amarkantak, Anuppur, Madhya Pradesh
grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-.
10. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
4. Ten-day Research Methodology
sanctioned to Dr. Reshma Xalxo, Dept.
Course sanctioned to Dr. V. Srinivasa
of Home Science, Ranchi University,
Rao, Centre for the Study of Social Ranchi, Jharkhand with a grant of
Exclusion and Inclusive Policy, ` 5,50,000/-.
School of Social Science, Central
University of Hyderabad, Prof. C R 11. Ten-day Research Methodology
Road, Central University Campus, Course sanctioned to Dr. R.S. Tolia
Gachibowli,Hyderabad, Telangana with & Chair Professor, Dr. Sudhanshu
a grant of ` 5,50,000/-. Joshi, Co-Director, NTPC, Centre

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for Public Policy, Doon University, Mittal & Dr. Mohd Azam Khan,
Dehradun, Uttarakhand with a grant of Department of Economics, Aligarh
` 5,50,000/-. Muslim University, Aligarh, Uttar
Pradesh with a grant of ` 9,40,000/-.
12. Ten-day Research Methodology Course
sanctioned to Dr. Anita Dhurvey, Senior 4. Two-Week Capacity Building
Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Programme sanctioned to Dr. Sanjay K.
Barkatullah University, Bhopal, Madhya Jha, Dean & Dr. Manasi Singh, School
Pradesh with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-. of International Studies, Central
University of Gujarat, Sector-29,
13. Ten-day Research Methodology Course Gandhinagar, Gujarat with a grant of
sanctioned to Dr. Machunwangliu ` 9,40,000/-.
Kamei, Dept. of Mass Communication,
Assam Don Bosco University, Guwahati, 5. Two-Week Capacity Building
Assam with a grant of ` 5,50,000/-. Programme sanctioned to Dr. Chandan
Kumar Sahoo, Associate Professor,
14. Ten-day Research Methodology Course School of Management, National
sanctioned to Dr. (Mrs.) Nikme S.C. Institute of Technology Rourkela,
Momin & Dr. Madhusudhan J.V. (Co- Rourkela, Sundergarh, Odisha with a
Director), Dept. of Education, North- grant of ` 9,40,000/-.
Eastern Hill University (NEHU), Tura
Campus, Tura, Meghalaya with a grant 6. Two-Week Capacity Building
of ` 5,50,000/-. Programme sanctioned to Prof. Manoj
Kumar Agarwal, Department of
Capacity Building Programme (CBP) Economics, University of Lucknow,
Lucknow with a grant of ` 9,40,000/-.
1. Two-Week Capacity Building
Programme sanctioned to Prof. Yatindra 7. Two-Week Capacity Building
Singh Sisodia, Director, Dr. Tapas K. Programme sanctioned to Dr. Gajendra
Dalapati, Assistant Professor, M.P. Singh, Head, School of Management,
Institute of Social Science Research 6, Doon University, Mothrowala Road,
Bharatpuri Administrative Zone Ujjain Kedarpur, P.O Ajabpur, Dehradun,
with a grant of ` 9,40,000/-. Uttarakhand with a grant of ` 9,40,000/.

2. Two-Week Capacity Building 8. Two-Week Capacity Building


Programme sanctioned to Dr. Satish Programme sanctioned to Prof. Poonam
Verma, RBI Chair Professor, Centre Bawa, Head & Dr. Janak Singh Meena,
for Research in Rural and Industrial Dept. of Political Science, Jai Narayan
Development (CRRID) Sector- 19-A, Vyas University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan
Madhya Marg, Chandigarh with a grant with a grant of ` 9,40,000/-.
of ` 9,40,000/-.
9. Two-Week Capacity Building
3. Two-Week Capacity Building Programme sanctioned to Prof. Santosh
Programme sanctioned to Prof. Ashok Nandal & Dr. Ramphul Ohlan,

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Department of Economics, Mahirshi 16. Two-Week Capacity Building
Dayanand University, Rohtak, Haryana Programme sanctioned to Dr. Narayan
with a grant of ` 9,40,000/-. Singh Rao, Associate Professor & Head,
Department of History, Maharaja Ganga
10.
Two-Week Capacity Building Singh University, Bikaner, Rajasthan
Programme sanctioned to Prof. with a grant of ` 9,40,000/-.
D.P Singh, Centre for Research
Methodology, Tata Institute of Social 17. Two-Week Capacity Building
Science, Deonar, Mumbai, Maharashtra Programme sanctioned to Prof. Ashok
with a grant of ` 9,40,000/-. Kumar Srivastava, Dept. of Psychology,
Awadhesh Pratap Singh University,
11.
Two-Week Capacity Building
Rewa, Madhya Pradesh with a grant of
Programme sanctioned to Prof. Manoj
` 9,40,000/-.
Kar, Professor, Centre for Educational
Studies, Indian Institute of Education, SC Category
128/2, J.P. Naik Path, Kothrud,
Pune, Maharashtra with a grant of 1. Two-Week Capacity Building
` 9,40,000/-. Programme sanctioned to Prof. Kamble
Balu Nana, Indian Institute of Education,
12.
Two-Week Capacity Building Centre for Educational Studies, J.P Naik
Programme sanctioned to Dr. Kalyan
Path, Kothrud, Pune, Maharashtra with
Das, OKD Institute of Social Change
a grant of ` 9,40,000/-.
and Development, VIP Road, Upper
Hengrabari, Guwahati, Assam with a 2. Two-Week Capacity Building
grant of ` 9,40,000/-. Programme sanctioned to Dr. C.
Mahadeva Murthy, Associate Professor,
13.
Two-Week Capacity Building
Department of Studies & Research in
Programme sanctioned to Dr. S. Surapo
Raju, Council for Social Development, Management, Karnataka State Open
Southern Regional Centre, University, Muktha Gangotri, Mysore,
Rajendranagar, Hyderabad, Telangana Karnataka with a grant of ` 9,40,000/-.
with a grant of ` 9,40,000/-.
3. Two-Week Capacity Building
14.
Two-Week Capacity Building Programme sanctioned to Dr.
Programme sanctioned to Professor Chittaranjan Senapati, Associate
Diwakar Sharma, Dr. Hari Singh Gour Professor, Giri Institute of Development
Vishwavidyalaya, A Central University, Studies, Sector “O’ Aliganj Extension,
Sagar, Madhya Pradesh with a grant of Aliganj, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh with a
` 9,40,000/-. grant of ` 9,40,000/-.

15.
Two-Week Capacity Building 4. Two-Week Capacity Building
Programme sanctioned to Prof. Munni Programme sanctioned to Dr. S.H.
Lal, Department of Economics, Indurwade, Post Graduate Teaching,
Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith, Department of Economics, Rashtrasant
Varanasi with a grant of ` 9,40,000/-. Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University,

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University Campus, Amravati Road, ST Category


Nagpur, Maharashtra with a grant of
` 9,40,000/-. 1. Two-Week Capacity Building
Programme sanctioned to Dr.
5. Two-Week Capacity Building Toshimenla Jamir, Associate Professor,
Programme sanctioned to Dr. Kamla Department of Sociology, Nagaland
& Dr. Enamul Nahar,CSSEIP, Panjab University, H.Q. Lumani, District
University, Chandigarh, Panjab with a Zunheboto, Nagaland with a grant of
grant of ` 9,40,000/-. ` 9,40,000/-.

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Appendices

Appendix-6
Financial Assistance Provided for Organizing
International/ National Conferences/
Seminars in India
Proposals Approved for Organizing 5. Dr. C. Mahadevamurthy, Karnataka State
International Conferences/ Open University, Karnataka for organizing
Seminars in India an international conference on ‘Issues and
Innovations in Management Education’
1.
Dr. George Varghese K, Manipal at Karnataka, during 21-22 August 2015.
University, Karnataka for organizing the ` 1, 50,000. (SC)
‘3rd International Deleuze Studies in Asia
Conference 2015 on International, Inter- 6. Dr. Nandi Chinni Kumar, University of
connection, Inter-operating Workshop: Hyderabad, Hyderabad, Telangana for
Deleuze Contra Hierarchies’ at Karnataka organizing an international conference on
during 5-7 June 2015. ` 3, 00,000. ‘History, Literature, Translation: Bhasha
Culture and its Pervasive Network’ at
2. Dr. G.H. Patel, Chishtiya Arts College, Hyderabad during 9-11 September 2015.
Khuldabad, Maharashtra for organizing ` 2, 00,000. (SC)
an international conference on
‘Sant- Mahatmachi Bhumi: Histories 7. Dr. Dhananjay Rai, Central University
of Interactions, Connections and of Gujarat, Gandhinagar, Gujarat for
Subjectivities in Aurangabad Region’ at organizing an international conference
Khuldabad, Maharashtra during 19-21 on ‘Debating Swaraj after Hundred years
June 2015. ` 1, 00,000. of Gandhi’s Return to India during South
Africa’ at Gandhinagar during 4-5 October
3. Prof. Dominic Meyieho and Dr. Joy 2015. ` 2, 50,000.
Thomas, Assam Don Bosco University,
Guwahati, Assam for organizing an 8. Dr. Ashok Kumar and Dr. Preeti Hohari
international conference on ‘Asian Values RCA Girls (PG) College, Mathura, Uttar
and Human Future’ at Guwahati during Pradesh for organizing an international
7-9 July 2015. ` 2, 00,000. (ST) conference on ‘How to Understand and
Co-exist with Radical Islam?’ at Mathura
4. Dr. Pradeep Ramvath and Dr. Sony during 18-20 November 2015. ` 2, 00,000.
Pellissery, National Law School of Indian
University, Karnataka for organizing an 9. Dr. Sowmya Dechamma, University of
international conference on ‘Dalits and Hyderabad, Hyderabad, Telangana for
Africans-Americans in 21st Century organizing an international conference on
Learnings during Cross-Cultural ‘Comparative Literature: The Question of
Experiences’ at Karnataka during 9-10 Language and the Minority’ at Hyderabad
July 2015. ` 5, 00,000. (SC) during 14-16 October 2015. ` 2,00,000.

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10. Prof. Sugata Marjit, Centre for Studies in 16. Bro. Albert Longley Dkhar, St. Anthony’s
Social Sciences, Kolkata, West Bengal for College, Shillong, Meghalaya for
organizing an international conference on organizing an international conference
‘50 Years of Simple General Equilibrium on ‘Water Resource Management in the
Models and their Implication for Policies Eastern Himalayan Region’ at Shillong
in Open Developing Economics-Historical during 4-5 November 2015. ` 2, 50,000.
and Emerging Issues’ at Kolkata during (ST)
11-12 November 2015. ` 5, 00,000. 17. Dr. Michael Dusche, Manipal University,
11. Prof. Praveen Jha, Jawaharlal Nehru Manipal, Karnataka for organizing an
University, Delhi for organizing an international conference on ‘Non-state
international conference on ‘Labour Legal Practices in India’ at Manipal during
Question in the Global South’ at Delhi 5-7 December 2015. ` 3, 50,000.
during 18-20 November 2015. ` 5, 00,000. 18. Prof. Anuradha Banerjee, Jawaharlal
12. Mr. Jitendra K. Aherkar, B.L. Amlani Nehru University, New Delhi for
organizing an international conference
College of Commerce and Economics,
on ‘XXXV Indian National Cartographic
Mumbai, Maharashtra for organizing an
Association International Congress on
international conference on ‘Contemporary
Spatial Governance for Development,
Challenges Before Women’s Studies’
Planning Smart Cities and Disaster
at Mumbai during 4-5 December 2015.
Management’ at Delhi during 15-17
` 1, 00,000.
December 2015. ` 5, 00,000.
13. Prof. M. K. Agarwal, University of 19. Dr. Shalini Grover and Dr. Arup Mitra,
Lucknow, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh for Institute of Economic Growth, University
organizing an international conference of Delhi, New Delhi for organizing an
on ‘Changing Economic Parameters and international conference on ‘Redefining
Prospects of Growth in India and South Labour Roles in a Globalizing India’
Asia’ at Lucknow during 6-8 September at Delhi during 28-30 January 2016.
2015. ` 2, 50,000. ` 4, 00,000.
14. Prof. Rajarshi Majumder, University of 20. Dr. K. S. Patil, Tirpude College of Social
Burdwan, Burdwan, West Bengal for Work, Nagpur, Maharashtra for organizing
organizing an international conference an international conference on ‘Water
on ‘Issues in Regional Development’ at Symposium-2016 Water Conservation and
Burdwan during 8-9 September 2015. Management for Better World’ at Nagpur
` 1, 50,000. during 21-22 March 2016. ` 2, 00,000.
(SC)
15. Mr. Banshaikupar L. Mawlong, Union
Christian College, Meghalaya for 21. Dr. Ramesh C. Gaur, Jawaharlal Nehru
organizing an international conference on University, New Delhi for organizing