Sociology

About Department

The Department of Sociology is engaged in Post-graduate teaching and research. It is being developed as a centre of excellence in the area of Sociology. The department provides students a solid grounding in sociological theory, thought and research methodology. In addition, it offers optional courses of applied nature. It has highly qualified and dedicated faculty members who closely interact with the students and provide them continuous feedback to improve their performance, achieve their career goals and also contribute to the development of society with a focus on the marginalised sections of society.

Course NameM.A. Programme in Sociology
Duration 2 Years (4 Semester)
Intake20
Course Name M.Phil(Sociology)
Intake 24

Course Name Ph.D (Sociology)
Intake As per Ph.D. Ordinance

M.A. Programme in Sociology

  • Semester I

    Paper CodePaper Name LTPMax. Marks
    DS 101Basic Concepts in Sociology3-1-0100
    DS 102Classical Sociological Thinkers3-1-0100
    DS 103Philosophy of Social Sciences3-1-0100
    DS 104Society in India: Structure and Process3-1-0100

  • Semester II

    Paper CodePaper Name LTPMax. Marks
    DS 201Theoretical Orientations in Sociology3-1-0100
    DS 202Methods and Approaches of Social Research3-1-0100
    DS 203Tradition, Modernity and Nation Making in India3-1-0100
    DS 2043-1-0100

  • Semester III

    Paper CodePaper Name LTPMax. Marks
    DS 301Sociology of Indian Sociology3-1-0100
    DS 302Social Justice and Social Movements in India3-1-0100
    DS 303Optional 3-1-0100
    DS 304Optional3-1-0100

  • Semester IV

    Paper CodePaper Name LTPMax. Marks
    DS 401-EBSociology of Indian Social Thought3-1-0100
    DS 402-EBQuantitative Techniques and Computer Application3-1-0100
    DS 403Optional3-1-0100
    DS 404Optional3-1-0100

Optional

  • Semester II

    Paper CodePaper Name
    S2Sociology of Tribal Life in India
    S2Sociology of Urban Life
    S2Sociology of Education
    S2Industrial Sociology
    S2Sociology of Peasants and Agrarian Relations
    S2Sociology of Rural Life in India

  • Semester III

    Paper CodePaper Name
    S3Family, Marriage and Kinship in India
    S3Environmental Sociology
    S3Political Sociology in India
    S3Social Demography
    S3Culture, Personality and Society
    S3Women and Society in India
    S3Mass Media and Popular Culture

  • Semester IV

    Paper CodePaper Name
    S4Sociology of Religion in India
    S4Indian Sociology Key Thinkers
    S4Sociology of Marginal Communities
    S4Science and Society in India
    S4Sociology of Globalization
    S4Sociology of Indian Diaspora
    S4Sociology of Social Deviance
    S4Sociology of Entrepreneurship and Human Resource Development

Prof. Manish Kumar Verma
Professor & Head

Sociology of Environment and Development, Social Thinkers, Research Methodology Sociology of Environment and Development, Leisure and Tourism, Social Thinkers, Urbanization and Rural Ecology

Qualification:M.A, M.Phil, Ph.D.
Teaching Experience:11 Years
Research Experience:5 Years
:0522-2995607 :mkvbbau@gmail.com
Dr. Bibhuti Bhushan Malik
Associate Professor

Poverty and Social Exclusion Sociology of Ecology and Environment; Sociology of Dalits and Ambedkar Studies; Sociology of Poverty and Economic Deprivation

Qualification:MA, M Phil, Ph. D.
Teaching Experience:10 Years
Research Experience:
:0522-2965315 :bbmalik57@gmail.com
Dr. Jaya Shrivastava
Assistant Professor

Gender Studies, Social Gerontology, Human Rights and Social Justice, Sociology of Marginalized Communities, Research Methodology.

Qualification:M.A.(BHU), Ph.D.(VKSU) Post Doctorate (University of Houston – Clear Lake, Texas, USA)
Teaching Experience:12 Years
Research Experience:12 Years
:0522-2995672 :jayabbau@gmail.com
  • PROF. KAMESHWAR CHOUDHARY
    Award: Professor R.N. Saxena Memorial National Social Science Academic Award 2007 (by Indian Social Science Association, estd. 1967)
    Associateship: Under IUC/University Grants Commission programme at the Indian Institute of Advanced Study (IASS), Shimla (1997).
    Visiting Fellow: At the Centre for the Study of Social Systems, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi during November 2005.

    • Books/ Monographsp Paharias:
      • The Struggle of a Tribe for Recognition, (with assistance from S.M. Panda and S. Devi), UNDP India, New Delhi, August 2008.
      • “Globalisation, Governance Reforms and Development in India,” (edited), Sage Publications, New Delhi/Los Angeles, 2007.
      • “Intellectuals and Society – A Study of Teachers in India” Popular Prakashan, Mumbai, 2004.
    • Book Chapters
      • “Globalisation and Local Culture in India”, in volume Local Cultures and Their Interactions in Asia, edited by Department of Anthropology (CAA+ Research Team), Chonnam National University, Gwangju, South Korea, 2007.
      • “Groundwater Governance in Eastern India”, (with Vishwa Ballabh et al), in Vishwa Ballabh (ed.), Governance of Water: Institutional Alternatives and Political Economy, Sage Publications, New Delhi, 2008.
      • “Ambedkar’s Vision of Development of Dalits in India,” in M.H. Makwana (ed.) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar’s Vision and Social Justice, Ahmedabad, Gujarat University, 2004.
      • “Dilemma of Secularism: State Policy Towards Education of Muslims in India After Independence,” in Jandhyala B.G. Tilak (ed.) Education, Society and Development : National and International Perspectives, New Delhi, APH Publishing Corporation (for NIEPA), 2003.
      • “Gandhian Model of Development: The Socio-Cultural Dimensions", in S.P. Srivastava (ed.) The Development Debate: Critical Perspectives, Jaipur and New Delhi, Rawat Publications, 1998.
      • "Reservation for the OBCs : The Case of Creamy Layer", V. K. Pachauri (ed.), Social Panorama, Agra, Y. K. Publishers, 1998.
      • "Sustainable Human Development: Social Setting Under the HDR," V.S. Mahajan (ed.) Political Economy of Reforms and Liberalisation, New Delhi, Deep & Deep Publication, 1997.
    • Papers/Articles published
      • “Status of Social Science in the Context of Globalization and the Third World”, Social Science Gazetteer”, 3(2), July-Dec. 2008.
      • “Global Civil Society, Globalisation and Nation-State,” International Society for Third-Sector Research (ISTR) Conference Working Paper, vol. 4, Toronto Conference 2004, (at http://www.istr.org/conferences/toronto/ workingpapers/choudhary.kameshwar.pdf).
      • “Materialist View of Social Science,” IRMA Working Paper 169, July 2002.
      • “Abhiyan’s Setu Approach to Partnership in Rehabilitation : Case of Gujarat Earthquake,” (with Smita M. Panda), IRMA Working Paper 167, March 2002.
      • "State Policy towards Educational Development of STs in India : The Human Rights Perspective," Journal of Educational Planning and Administration, 2001.
      • “Development Dilemma: Resettlement of Gir Maldharis," Economic and Political Weekly, XXXV (30), July 22-28, 2000.
      • "Human Rights and Educational Development of Women in India," New Frontiers in sEducation, XXX(2), April - June 2000.
      • “School-based Management: Issues of Equity and Community Participation in the case of India”, Perspectives in Education, Vol.16, No.1, January 2000.
      • "Social Dimensions of the Ideology of Sustainable Development," in Uma Joshi, Anjali Pahad and Neepa Mehta (eds.), Proceedings of the National Seminar on Developmental Communication in India : Challenges and Issues, 27-29 January 2000, M.S. University of Baroda, Vadodara.
      • "Violation of Human Rights : The Case of Dalits in Gujarat," IASSI Quarterly, 18(3), January - March, 2000.
      • "Ambedkar's Vision of Development of Dalits in India", Ambedkar Journal of Social Development and Justice, Vol. VIII, 2000.
      • “Small Water Harvesting Structures In India” (with Vishwa Ballabh), report, SPWD, New Delhi and IRMA Anand, 2000.
      • “Communication Technology and Networking in Teacher Education,” New Frontiers in Education, Oct.- Dec. 1999.
      • “Gandhian Vision of Empowerment of the Scheduled Castes”, Gandhi Marg, 21 (3), Oct.-Dec. 1999.
      • “New Education Policy and Scheduled Castes: Nature of Social Justice and Needed Measures”, Working Paper 133, Institute of Rural Management, Anand, August 1999.
      • With Vishwa Ballabh,“Consultation Workshop on Small Water Harvesting Structures: Technology, Institution and Management”, Workshop Report 15, Institute of Rural Management, Anand, April 1999.
      • “Development Planning in India: The Ideological Dimension”, ISDA Journal 8(2,3,4), 1998.
      • "Dalits In Higher Education: Cooption or Domination", Journal of Higher Education, Vol.21, No.3, Monsoon, 1998.
      • "The Policy of Reservation : Need to Continue and Transcend", Social Action, Vol. 48, April-June, 1998.
      • "Women's Oppression in India : The Gandhian View", in Gandhi Marg, Vol. 19, No. 4, Jan.-March, 1998.
      • "Educational Development of SCs after Independence: Equality or Perpetuation of Inequality?", New Frontiers in Education, Vol. XXVIII, No. 1, Jan.-March 1998.
      • "Sustainable Human Development : Social Setting Under the HDR", University Journal of Research (Letters), NS, Vol.1, No.1, May 1997.
      • Education for Slum Dwellers : The Ideological Dimension", New Frontiers in Education, Vol.XXVII, No.1, Jan.-March, 1997. Also in Contemporary Social Work, Vol. XIV, October 1997.
      • Social Aspects of the State Policy and Programme of Vocationalisation of Education in India" IASSI Quarterly, Vol.16, No.2, Oct-Dec, 1997.
      • "Gandhian Model of Development: The Socio-cultural Dimensions", ISDA Journal, Vol.7, No.1, Jan.-March, 1997.
      • "Religion and Social Order : The Gandhian View", Gandhi Marg, Vol.18, No.3, Oct.-Dec. 1996.
      • "Dilemma of Secularism : State Policy towards Education of Muslims in India after Independence", Journal of Educational Planning and Administration, Vol. X, No. 4, October 1996.
      • "Alternative Schooling : Vision of the Indian State and its Social Dimensions", New Frontiers in Education, Vol. XXVI, No.2, April-June 1996.
      • "Value Education in India: Socio-ideological Dimensions", Indian Journal of Social Research, Vol. 37, No.1, Jan-March, 1996.
      • "Educational Planning in India : The Case of Elementary Education", Journal of Education and Social Change, Vol. VIII, No. 4 & Vol. IX, No.1, (Jan.-March & April-June 1995, combined issue).
      • "Approaches to Higher Education in the Five Year Plans of India under the New Economic Policy", New Frontiers in Education, Vol. 25, No.4, Oct.-Dec. 1995.
      • "Social Integration and Indian Muslims : The Gandhian Perspective", Journal of Peace Studies, Vol. 2, No.11, 1995.
      • "Technology and Development : The Gandhian Perspective", IASSI Quarterly, Vol. 13, No. 3, Jan. - March 1995.
      • "New Reservation Policy (Bihar)", Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XXVIII, No. 23, June 5, 1993.
      • "Anatomy of the Special Marriage Act", Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XXVI, No. 52, Dec. 28, 1991.
      • "BJP's Changing View of Hindu-Muslim Relations", Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XXVI, No. 33, August 17, 1991.
      • "Debunking the Call for Women's Slavery", Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XXV, No. 51, Dec. 2, 1990.
      • "Reservation for OBCs : Hardly an Abrupt Decision", Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XXV, Nos. 35 & 36, Sept.1-8, 1990.
      • "Gramsci's Intellectuals and People's Science Movement", Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. XXV, No. 14, April 7, 1990.
      • "Current Political Crisis", Mainstream, Vol.XXV, No.51, Sept.5, 1987.
      • "Reservations: A Systemic Compulsion", Mainstream, Vol.XXVIII, No.19, March 3, 1990.
      • ‘Civil Society Swamping the State’, Third Concept, February 1991.
      • "Socio-cultural Dimensions of Poverty", Yojna, Vol.32, Nov. 1 & 2, Spl. issue, Jan. 26, 1988.
      • Is Education Still on the Beaten Track?", Yojna, Vol.32, No.7, April 16-30, 1988.
      • "For a Harmonic Social System", Yojna, Vol.32, No.23, Dec. 16-31, 1988.
      • ‘Navodaya Vidyalayas: Expectations and Implications’, Link, Jan.3, 1988.
      • ‘Reorienting Technical Education’, Link, Dec. 20, 1987.
      • ‘Adult Education in India’, Link, Dec. 27, 1987.
    • Contributed to IGNOU (New Delhi) for the courses in Sociology
      • Social Stratification and Social Change (ESO-04)
      • Social Stratification and Education (ESO-04)
      • Class Stratification and Social Mobility (ESO-04)
      • Rural Social Structure (ESO-02, Society in India: Block 1, Unit 2)
      • The Scheduled Castes (ESO-02, Society in India: Block 5, Unit 22)
      • Rural Economy (ESO-02, Society in India: Block 3, Unit 10)
      • Urban Economy (ESO-02, Society in India: Block 3, Unit 11)
      • Poverty-Rural and Urban (ESO-02, Society in India: Block 3, Unit 12)
      • Education, Development and Social Change (for M.A. in Education)
    • Articles in Newspapers
      • "Dilemma of Moral Education", Patriot, (New Delhi edn.), Oct. 1994.
      • “Higher Education in Peripheries”, Patriot, (New Delhi edn.), 1 June 1992.
      • "Challenges before the new Government", Patriot, (New Delhi edn.), June 28, 1991.
      • "Women in Election Manifestos", Patriot, (New Delhi edn.), May 16, 1991.
      • "Education : Who Cares for it?", The Hindustan Times, (New Delhi edn.), May 23, 1991.
      • "Town-Country Nexus in India", The Times of India, (New Delhi edn.), October 19, 1988.
      • "Caste in Politics : A Rejoinder", The Times of India, (New Delhi edn.), August 12, 1988.
      • "Higher Education in India", The Times of India, (New Delhi edn.), June 11, 1988.
      • "Muslim Politics in India", The Times of India, (New Delhi edn.), Feb. 5, 1988.
      • "Narrow Loyalties and Nationalism", The Times of India, (New Delhi edn.), Jan.18,1988.
      • “Distant Goal of Adult Education Drive”, Patriot, (New Delhi edn.), 31 Dec. 1987.
      • "Patriotism and Our Press", The Times of India, (New Delhi edn.), Dec. 17, 1987.
      • "The Crisis is of Institutions", The Times of India, (New Delhi edn.), Nov. 24, 1987.
      • "Education No Real Boon to Tribal Youth", The Times of India, (New Delhi edn.), June 13, 1987.
    • Consultancy Projects completed (as Coordinator/Team member)
      • Sociological Study in the Gir Protected Area in Gujarat, (World Bank sponsored)
      • Micro-planning Project in the Gir Protected Area, Gujarat (World Bank sponsored);
      • Project on Small Water Harvesting Structures in India, (SPWD sponsored).
      • Project on Socio-economic Aspects of Soil Salinity and Land Degradation in Gujarat, (Gujarat Ecology Commision sponsored);
      • Damage Assessment of Drinking Water Structures in the Earthquake- Affected Areas of Gujarat,(sponsored by the Royal Netherlands Embassy/ WASMO Gujarat State);
      • Changes in the Socio-Economic Conditions of Agarias in the Little Rann of Kutch, (sponsored by National Dairy Development Board);
      • Groundwater Development and Agricultural Production: A Comparative Study of Eastern Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal, (sponsored by IWMI, Anand);
      • Impact Assessment Studies of Rural Development Programmes in Orissa and Gujarat (select districts), (sponsored by Ministry of Rural Development, Govt. of India);
      • Role of Abhiyan in Relief and Rehabilitation in Kutch, IRMA Project.
      • Paharias of Orissa: A Socio-economic Profile and Problems of their Development(UNDP-India office sponsored project, 2008).
  • DR. BIBHUTI BHUSHAN MALIK
    • Book published
      • Social Ecology of Forest Resources: A Study of a Tribal Region of Orissa, Kalpaz Publications, Delhi, 2004.
      • Poverty in India: Some Fundamental Issues-A Social Science Perspective, Mittal Publication, New Delhi, 2009.
    • Course material prepared
      • Study Material Prepared for P.G Courses "Nagariya Kendro ka Vargikaran", Uttar Pradesh Rajashree Tondon Open University (UPRTOU), Allahabad, 2009
    • Papers/Articles published
      • Review of the book, "Population and Environmental Linkages”, by C.P.Prakasam and R.B.Bhagat, Rawat Publications, 2007", Published in Sociological Bulletin, Vol.57, No1, January-April 2008.
      • "Domestic Violence: A Sociological Exploration", A Paper Published in the Proceedings of the U.G.C. Sponsored Seminar Organized by Dept. of Sociology, Fakir Mohan Autonomous College, Balasore, Orissa, 2008.
      • “Dalit Movements and their Perspectives in Social Sciences”, Paper Published in Jagriti: A Journal of History, Culture, Literature and Social Justice, BHU, Varanasi, Issue 56, 2008.
      • "Ambedkar Bichar ke Samajbaigyanik Visleshan", Paper Published in Sanket: A Political, Social and Literary Journal, Published from Varanasi, April-June, 2008.
      • "Kshetravad ki Jimmedari Kiski", Amarujala: Compact, a Local Hindi Daily Published from Varanasi, March 31, 2008.
      • Privatization of Education, "Sarswati Piche Lakshmi Age", Amarujala: Compact, a Local Hindi Daily Published from Varanasi, January 23, 2008.
      • "Dr. Ambedkar ke Rajanaitik ebam Krishi Sambadhi Bichar", Paper Published in Sanket: A Political, Social and Literary Journal, Published from Varanasi, April-June, 2007.
      • "Bhasha Vivad", Gandiv: A Regional Hindi Daily Published from Varanasi, February 23, 2007.
      • "Arakhyan", A Paper Published in Sanket: A Political, Social and Literary Journal, Published from Varanasi, January- March, 2007.
      • "Hinshawadi Manasikata se Ladane me Kitan Kargar Sabit Hoga Naya Adhiniyam?" Gandiv: A Regional Hindi Daily, Published from Varanasi, November 17, 2005.
      • "Atnakwadi Gatividhiya-Jimmedar Koun?" Gandiv: A Regional Hindi Daily, Published from Varanasi, August 5, 2005.
      • "Niskriyata Hogi Mout ko Nimantran (Global Warming)", Hindustan: a National Hindi Daily, Varanasi Edition, July 20, 2005.
      • "Vybashayikaran se Shikhya ki Mukti Jaruri", Hindustan: a National Hindi Daily, Varanasi Edition, June 29, 2004.
      • "Origin of Sociology in Europe", Social Discourse, Dept. of Sociology, M. G. Kashi Vidyapeeth, Varanasi, 2004.
      • A Book Review "Social Movements, Old and New: A Post Modernist Critique-by Rajendra Singh", Published in Samajiki, Dept. of Sociology, M. G. Kashi Vidyapeeth, Varanasi, 2003.
      • "Development in Distress: A Critique of Poverty Eradication Programmes in Kalahandi District of Orissa", Journal of Rural Development: A Quarterly of NIRD, Hyderabad, 2002 (Co-author).
      • "Pakistan’s Isolation in Asia", Third Concept, New Delhi, 1997.
      • "Tribal Education in India", Third Concept, New Delhi, 1997.
      • "Ambedakar’s Views on Buddhism and Civilization", Third Concept, New Delhi, 1996.
    • Research/ Projects completed
      • Research Report (Co-authored) - “Impact Assessment of Poverty Eradication Programmes in Kalahandi District of Orissa.” The study was undertaken in Kalahandi district to assess the impact of poverty eradication progammes. It is an interdisciplinary study by economists and sociologists.
      • Development Manual - “Manual for the Integrated Development of Gonds in Orissa”. This manual has been prepared after an intensive study where action plan has been suggested for the development of Gond tribes of Orissa.
    • Current Project
      • "Poverty and Social Exclusion among Dalits: A Sociological Study of Varanasi (Eastern Uttar Pradesh)". University Grants Commission, New Delhi, has given financial support to undertake this study in April 2008.
    • Paper presented at seminars/ conferences
      • “Social Exclusion of Tribes of Orissa: A Critique of Development in the Light of Ecological Degradation and Displacement”, Paper Presented in a Seminar Organized by Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy, Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow, 24 March, 2009.
      • “Dalit Women—the Victims of Doubly Discrimination: Some Sociological Reflections” Paper Presented in a National Seminar, Organized by Lucknow University, Lucknow, 27 February-1 March, 2009.
      • “Social Ecology of Korea: Some Reflections on Economy, Society and Culture”, Paper Presented in an International Seminar Organized by Researchers’ Association for the Study of Korea, East Asian Studies Department, University of Delhi, Delhi, 20-21 February, 2009.
      • Delivered a Lecture in the Topic “Relevance of Sociology in the Present Context and the Emerging Challenges”, at Kishan P.G.College, Berhaich, Uttar Pradesh on 30th January 2009.
      • Delivered a Lecture in the Topic of “Social Ecology-Concept, Issues and Concerns” 3rdNovember 2008, Department of Sociology, Assam University, Silchar, Assam
      • “Gramin sashaktikaran, Vikas yojanae, ebam Paribartan: Bartman Sandarv me ek naye Pahal ki Jarurat”, Paper Presented as a Resource Person in a National Seminar Organized by Budha P.G.College, Kushinagar , October 17-18, 2008.
      • “Caste: Past, Present and Future”, Paper Presented in a National Seminar Organized by SC/ST Students, Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff Association, BHU, Varanasi, February 2nd, 2007.
      • Offer a course Sociology of Ecology and Environment, to the students of M.A. (Social Work) IV Semester as Visiting Faculty Department of Sociology and Social Work, Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi, Session 2006-07.
      • “Liberating Ethos of Religion: A Critical Appraisal”, Paper Presented in an International Seminar, Organised by M. G. Kashi Vidyapeeth, November 4-6, 2006.
      • Attended Refresher Course in Sociology of Twenty One Days organized by the Academic Staff College, Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi, 1-21 January 2005
      • “Globalisation, Poverty and Indian Situation: A Sociological Exploration”, Paper Presented in an International Seminar, Organised by M. G. Kashi Vidyapeeth, December 4-6, 2004.
      • “Environmental Sociology: A Review”, Paper Presented in the All India Sociological Conference, December, 2003.
      • “Development and Ecological Crisis: A Sociological Analysis”, Paper Presented in U.P. Sociological Conference, Organised by M. G. Kashi Vidyapeeth, November 2003.
      • “Media, Development and Change”, Paper Presented in a National Seminar, Organised by M. G. Kashi Vidyapeeth, October 2003.
      • “Youth Empowerment: Issues and Concerns”, Paper Presented in a National Seminar, Organised by University of Lucknow, August 2003
      • “Environment, Ethical Principles and Social Movements”, Paper Presented in an International Seminar, Organized by BORDA and NISWASS, Bhubaneswar, October 2002.
      • “Information Technology, People’s Participation and the Role of Government”, Paper Presented in a National Seminar, Organized by Dr.B.R. Ambedkar University, Agra, 2001.
  • DR. MANISH VERMA
    • Book published
      • Development, Displacement and Resettlement, Rawat Publications, Jaipur, 2004.
      • Samaj Shastra, Board of Secondary Education Rajasthan, Ajmer, 2005.
      • Social Change and Social Problems in India, Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan, 2006.
    • Article published
      • “Development Induced Displacement: A Socio-Economic Study of Thermal Power Projects”, article published in Man in India Journal, Church Road, Ranchi (Jharkhand) , July-Dec, 2004.
      • “Social Cost of Development: Deconstructing some Hidden Realities” published in the journal SHODHAK, B-424, Malviya Nagar, Jaipur, May-Aug, 2005.
      • “Rethinking Modernity: A Sociological Engagement with Gandhi”, published in Gandhi Marg, Gandhi Peace Foundation, Delhi, Apr-June, 2007.
      • “Plaguing Democracy: Paradigm for an Alternative Political Culture”, published in Prof. Anand Kumar (JNU) ed. Volume Rawat Pub. Jaipur, in 2007.
      • “Do we really need Development: Some Emprical Probing”, published in R.K. Saxena (ed.) volume published from Agra, in 2007.
    • Course material prepared
      • ‘Social Structure and Social Problems: Theory and Interrelations’, Course material for Vardhman Mahavir Kota Open University, Kota, 2008.
      • ‘Social Action: Meaning, Definition and Theories’, Course material for Vardhman Mahavir Kota Open University, Kota, 2008.
      • ‘Social Structure and Function’, Course material for Vardhman Mahavir Kota Open University, Kota, 2008.
    • Paper presented at Seminars/ Conferences
      • “Plaguing Democracy: Paradigm for an Alternative Political Culture”, Paper Presented in International Seminar organised by CSSS/SSS, JNU, 2004.
      • “Do We Really Need Development: Some Empirical Probing”, National Seminar on “Environment and Peace”, organised by Govt. Dunger College, Bikaner, Rajasthan, September 8-10, 2005.
      • “Problem of Illiteracy in Rajasthan: Some Empirical Probing with reference to Gender Disparity”, Seminar, organised by Directorate of Census Operations, Rajasthan, Jaipur at Vardhman Mahavir Kota Open University, Kota. June 29, 2006.
      • “Ecology, Environment and Tourism: Some Case Studies in Retrospect”, Seminar organised by Rajasthan Geographical Association at Govt. College, Kota, October 25-27, 2007.
      • “Reconstructing Gandhian Paragigm of Modernity: A Sociological Inquiry”, paper Presented in Gandhi Centenary Satyagraha International Conference at JNU, N. Delhi from Nov’ 13 to Nov’ 16, 2007.
      • “Development, Disparity and Exclusion of Marginalized Communities: A Sociological Analysis”, a Seminar Organized by Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy, Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow, 24 March, 2009.
    • Research project completed
      • “Sociology of Tourism in India: Retrospect and Prospects”, project sponsored by UGC Regional Office, Bhopal, 2001-02.
      • “Industrial Invasion and Consequent Changes in Rural Ecological and Environmental Fabric: A Sociological Study of Singrauli Region, project sponsored by UGC Regional Office, Bhopal, 2006-06.
    • DR. BIRENDRA NARAIN DUBEY
      • Research /Project completed
        • "Functioning of Shift school system in Utter Pradesh:" Some Reflections from Barabanki District”, Sponsored by National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration (NIEPA), New Delhi, 2002.
        • “Community Participation in District Primary Education Programme: Now and Then - A Study of Cooch Bihar District”, Sponsored by DPEP Bureau, MHRD, GOI, New Delhi, 2002.
        • “Community Mobilisation and Participation Under District Primary Education Programme - Unnao District”, Sponsored by University Grants Commission, New Delhi.
      • Papers presented at Seminars / Workshops/ Conferences
        • “Human Rights and Sexuality Minorities in India : Quest for Space”, UGC -sponsored National Seminar organised by DAV College, Kanpur, December 12, 2005.
        • “Quality of In-Service Training at Higer Education: Some Reflactions from Academic Staff College, University of Lucknow”, Seminar organised by ASC, University of Lucknow, February 25, 2004.
        • “Globalisation, Mass Media and Culture: The Indian Scenario”, UGC- sponsored National Seminar, organised by DAV College, CSJM University, Kanpur, October 24, 2002.
        • “Some Indications of Community Participation, the Indian Scenario”, Consultation seminar on Indicators of Community Participation, organised by DPEP Bureau, MHRD, New Delhi, March 23, 2002.
        • “The Role of VEC in Civil Works”, presented at National-level Civil Works Evaluation - DPEP, organised by DPEP Bureau, MHRD, GOI, New Delhi, February11-12, 2002.
        • “Indicators of Community Mobilization and Participation in DPEP”, presented at DPEP state office Jharkhand, Ranchi, May 2001
        • A detailed write up on Community Mobilization and participation under DPEP in Rajasthan in Appraisal Mission Report (February, 2001) of the State Office, DPEP Prithivi Raj Road Rajasthan.
        • A Critical Review of Community Mobilization and Participation of Lahaul - Spiti district (Himachal Pradesh), presented and shared with 12 JRM of DPEP-MHRD, New Delhi.
        • “Micro Planning under EGS-AIE: Is There any Role of Local Community?” , presented at EGS-AIE Workshop organised by Department of Education, Govt. of Punjab, Chandigarh, November 17-18 , 2000.
        • “Community Mobilisation and Participated in Bihar: Some Emerging Issues.” Paper presented at DPEP Office, Patna Bihar, April 2, 2000.
      • Workshop organised
        • Organised a National Level Workshop on “Environment and Challenges of Development” at DAV College, Kanpur, Febuary19, 2007.
      • Participation in missions (internal supervision of missions mounted by GOI & the states under DPEP)
        • State Appraisal Mission Bihar, April 2000.
        • Internal Supervision Mission, Himachal Pradesh, September 2000.
        • State Appraisal Mission, Rajasthan, February 2001.
    • MR. BRAJESH KUMAR
      • Paper published
        “Globalization and Labour Market Reforms: an Impact Analysis”, ANUSILAN, Vol. VI(2), 2008, pp. 29-34. Papers presented at Seminars/Workshops
        • “Special Economic Zones and Deepening Agrarian Crisis”, National Seminar on “Indian Peasantry and Social Power”, organised by Deptt. of Sociology, BHU,Varanasi, Feb. 18-19, 2009.
        • “Globalization and Changing Aspects of Family”, National Seminar on “Marriage Family and Kinship: Impact of Technology, Marketization and Globalization”, organized by Department of Sociology, Magadh Mahila College, Patna University, Patna, Nov. 8-9, 2008.
        • “Stochastic Models for Co-operation & Conflict Among Some Communities”, at the Workshop-cum-Training programme on “Stochastic Models and their Applications”, organized by DST Centre for Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences, Department of Statistics, B.H.U, Varanasi, September 22 - October 04, 2008.
        • “Change Progress and Globalization with special reference to Youth in India”, National Seminar on “Change, Progress and Globalization”, organized by the Department of Sociology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, March 7-8, 2008.
      • Course Attended
      • Participated in the course on “Quantitative Methods in Labour Research”, organized by V.V. Giri National Labour Institute, Noida, February 2008.
    • DR.JAYA SHRIVASTAVA
      • I. AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION/ INTEREST
        - Gender Studies, Social Gerontology
        - Human Rights & Social Justice
        - Sociology of Marginalized Communities
        - Research Methodology
      • II. AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIPS
        • Awarded Raman/Singh-Obama Fellowship for Post-Doctoral Research for Indian scholars in United States (USA) for the year 2013-14, by University Grants Commission, New Delhi, India.
        • Awarded Fellowship for Ewha Global Empowerment Program 2011 Winter on “Asian Feminisms and Transnational Activism”, January 5-18, 2012, organised by Asian Center for Women’s Studies, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea.
        • Awarded Govt. of India National Scholarship for securing first position in Bachelor of Arts (Honors) Sociology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi.
        • Gulabo Devi Scholarship awarded by Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India.
        • Rajshree Gopal Merit Scholarship awarded by Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India.
        • Awarded B.H.U. prize for securing first position in Sociology, Bachelor of Arts (Honors) Part III Examination, MMV, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India.
        • Certificate of Merit for securing first position in Economics (Subs.), Bachelor of Arts (Honors) Part I Examination, MMV, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India.
        • Certificate of Merit for securing first position in Sociology, Bachelor of Arts (Honors) Part I Examination, MMV, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India.
      • III. TEACHING EXPERIENCE: (11 Years 8 Months)
        • Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, School for Ambedkar Studies, Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University (A Central University), Raebareli Road, Lucknow, India, November 2008- As on date.
        • Senior Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Bundelkhand P.G. College, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh, India, April 2007-November 2008.
        • Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Bundelkhand P.G. College, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh, India, October 2001-April 2007.
      • IV. PUBLICATIONS
      • A. Book
        • Shrivastava, J. (2012). Political Sociology, New Delhi: Vikas Publishing House, ISBN 978-93-259-5662-9.
        B. Research Papers
        • Shrivastava, Jaya, “Population Aging and Affirmative Policy for the Elderly in India: A Need for Policy Reorientation”, submitted for publication in Indian Journal of Gerontology, A Quarterly Journal, ISSN 0971-4189. (Communicated).
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2012). “Gender Disparity, Discrimination and Women’s Movement in India: Current Challenges and Status”, published in the proceedings of International Forum Asian Women’s Studies 2011, held 6-7 January 2012, on the theme Asian Feminisms & Transnational Activism, Seoul, South Korea: Asian Centre for Women’s Studies.
        • Malik B.B. & Shrivastava, Jaya (2011). “Understanding the Participation of Dalit Women Elected Representative in Panchayats: A Study of Ghazipur and Mau Districts of Uttar Pradesh”, The Journal of Rural Development, Vol.30, No.4,pp. 451-459, ISSN: 0970-3357, October-December 2011.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2010). “Prof. Ramsharan Joshi ke Krititva ka Ek Samajshastriya Vishleshan,” Srijan Samvaad, a Journal published by Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, Vol. 10, August 2010.
        C. Book Review
        • Anand Kumar and Manish Tiwari edited book, Quest for Particpatory Democracy: Towards Understanding the Approach of Gandhi and Jayaprakash Narayan, New Delhi: Rawat Publications, 2010, review published in Social Change, A Journal of Sage Publications, Dec. 2010.
        • T.V. Shekhar and Neelamber Hatti edited book, Unwanted Daughters: Gender Discrimination in Modern India, New Delhi: Rawat Publications, to be published in Sociological Bulletin, A Journal of Indian Sociological Society, ISSN: 0038-0229, 62/1, Jan. - Apr. 2013 (communicated).
        V. PAPERS PRESENTED AT SEMINAR/WORKSHOP/CONFERENCE
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2013). “Understanding Ambedkar’s Perspective on Social Inequality: Intersectionality of Caste and Gender”, paper presented in the International Seminar on the theme “Transcending Caste: Dr. B.R. Ambedkar and Social Democracy in Contemporary India”, held at B. B. Ambedkar University, Lucknow, 14 - 15 April, 2013.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2013). “Gender, Ageing and Human Rights: A Sociological Analysis”, paper presented in the National Seminar on “Woman, Dalit and Human Rights: A Sociological Analysis”, organized by AIRO and Department of Human Rights, B. B. Ambedkar University, Lucknow, 8-9 March, 2013.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2012). “Gender, Power Asymmetry and Transformative Harmony”, paper presented at the workshop on Transformative Harmony, organized under the auspices of UGC–SAP, Department of Sociology, B. B. Ambedkar University, Lucknow, 29 February, 2012.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya. (2012). “Gender, Ageing and Social Security: A Case Study of Lucknow City”, paper presented in 2nd International Congress on Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine, ICCGM 2012, organised by All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and University College of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, during 25-29 February 2012.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya. (2012). “Feminist Criticism of Ageing and Community Care”, paper presented in 2nd International Congress on Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine, ICCGM 2012 organised by All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and University College of Medical Sciences, held at AIIMS and GBTU New Delhi, 25-29 February.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2012). “Re-examining Link between Gender Inequality and Corruption”, paper presented in UGC sponsored National Seminar on the theme Bhrashtachaar: Vidhi Shashan Evam Manavadhikar ke liye Ganbhir Chunauti (Corruption: A Grave Challenge for Legal Governance and Human Rights) organised by Department of Law, Bundelkhand College, Jhansi, 18-19 February, 2012.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2012). “Women’s Access to Justice: How Far is Corruption A Hindrance?”, paper presented in UGC sponsored National Seminar on the theme Bhrashtachaar: Vidhi Shashan Evam Manavadhikar ke liye Ganbhir Chunauti (Corruption: A Grave Challenge for Legal Governance and Human Rights), organised by Deparment of Law, Bundelkhand College, Jhansi, 18-19 February, 2012.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2012). “Gender Disparity, Discrimination and Women’s Movement in India: Current Status and Challenges”, paper presented in International Forum Asian Women’s Studies 2011 on the theme “Asian Feminisms & Transnational Activism”, Seoul, South Korea, held during 6-7 Jan 2012.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2011). “Resisting Exclusion: Dalit Women’s Quest for Recognition and Representation”, paper presented at 37th All India Sociological Conference during the Diamond Jubilee celebrations of Indian Sociological Society held at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, 11-13 December 2011.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2011). “Reclaiming Ambedkar as a Liberal Feminist”, paper presented in UGC, ICSSR and ICHR sponsored National Seminar on ‘Dr. B.R. Ambedkar: Problem of Societal Exclusion and Construction of Inclusive Society’, organised by Dr. Ambedkar Studies Centre, Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow, during 25-26 February 2011.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2011). “Understanding Feminist Research Methodology in Legal Education”, paper presented in the UGC sponsored National Seminar on ‘Legal Education in India: Problems and Challenges’, organised by Department of Law, M. G. Kashi Vidyapeeth, Varanasi, 13-14 Feb. 2011.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2011). “Food Security in India: A Socio-legal Analysis”, paper presented in the UGC sponsored National Seminar on ‘Population Growth and Sustainable Development in U.P.’, organised by Department of Economics, Bundelkhand College, Jhansi, 12-13 Feb. 2011.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2010). “The Dialectic of Patriarchy & Modernity: A Sociological Study of Dalit Women’s Identity”, paper presented in the XXXVI All India Sociological Conference-2010 held in the Ravenshaw University, Cuttack, 27-29 December 2010.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2010). “Older Women’s Issues: Facts, Figures and Case Studies from Lucknow City”, paper presented in the XXXVI All India Sociological Conference-2010 held in the Ravenshaw University, Cuttack 27-29 December 2010.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2010). “Dalit Women’s Position in the Process of Social Transformation: The Paradoxes of Gender related Changes and Persistences”, paper presented in National Seminar on ‘Religion, Science and Society: Challenges and Solution’ organized by the Department of Sociology, Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth, during November 15-16, 2010, Varanasi: India.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2010). “Existing Infringement of Human Rights of Ageing Women in Lucknow City: A Sociological Study”, paper presented in Indian Ageing Congress 2010, held at Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, 12-14 November, 2010, [abstract of the paper published in the proceedings of the Journal of the Indian Academy of Geriatrics, September, 2010, Vol.6, No.3].
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2010). “Rethinking Dalit Women’s Issues in the Social Transformation Debate”, paper presented in the National Symposium on ‘Social Transformation: Issues and Challenges’, organized by the Department of Sociology, BB Ambedkar University, Lucknow, March 29, 2010.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2010). “The Booming Dynamics of Ageing in India: From Awareness to Affirmative Action”, paper presented in the National Seminar on the theme ‘Population, Development & Environment: Issues and Challenges’, organized under the auspices of UGC-SAP by the Department of Geography, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, February 18-20, 2010.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2010). “The Relevance of Postmodern Feminism for Dalit Women: A Critique”, paper presented in the Inter-Disciplinary National Seminar on ‘Future of the Modern Civilization’, organized by Vidyant Hindu College, Lucknow, February 19, 2010.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2010). “Locating Dalit Women in the Political Processes of Uttar Pradesh”, paper presented in the National Seminar in the 18th Convention of U.P. Political Science Association, held at D.B.S. College, Kanpur, 30 Jan. - 1 Feb., 2010.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2010). “Feminist Criticism of Community Care and De-institutionalization”, paper presented in the Seminar on ‘The Swing of the Pendulum: Interrogating Community Care in the Shadow of Modernity’, at the UGC sponsored Refresher Course organised by Academic Staff College, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, 23 March, 2010.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2009). “Trends of Women’s Empowerment: A Sociological Analysis”, paper presented in the UGC sponsored National Seminar on ‘Feminism - with special reference to Literature and Sociology’, organised by Mahila Mahavidyalaya PG College, Lucknow, February 14, 2009.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2008). “Social Implications of Globalization in Indian Society”, paper presented in the UGC sponsored National Seminar on ‘Globalisation and Indian Society’, organised by Department of Sociology, MGPC College, Kareli Distt., Narsinghpur (M.P.), October 21-22, 2008.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2006). “Mahilaon ke Sarwangin Vikas Ke Prati Dr. Ambedkar ke vichar”, paper presented in the National Seminar on ‘The Relevance of Ambedkar’s Thought’, organized by Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar Centre, M.G. Kashi Vidyapeeth, Varanasi, Jan. 28-29, 2006.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2006). “Aatankvaad: Rashtriya Ekta Ke Liye Ek Chunauti”, paper presented in the International Seminar on the theme ‘Terrorism: Theory, Tactics and Counter Measures’, organized by the Department of Sociology, Hindu College, Moradabad, Feb. 3-5, 2006.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2005). “Works for Older Persons: Need for a Critical Appraisal”, paper presented in RC-19, at XXXI All India Sociological Conference, organized by Department of Sociology, University of Jammu, Jammu, Oct 25-27, 2005.
        • Shrivastava, Jaya (2004). “Women Empowerment”, paper presented in the Orientation Course conducted by CPDHE, New Delhi, April 5 - May 3, 2004.
        VI. PARTICIPATION IN AUTUMN/ WINTER SCHOOL/TRAINING PROGRAMMES
        • Participated in Ewha Global Empowerment Programme, 2011 (EGEP, winter) on “Asian Feminisms and Transnational Activism”, organised by Ewha Woman’s University, at Seoul, South Korea, January 5-18, 2012.
        • Participated in South Asia Regional Autumn School 2011 on “Global Finance and Human Security in South Asia: A Gender Perspective”, organized by Lady Shri Ram College for Women, New Delhi & Heinrich Boll Foundation,Germany at New Delhi, November 1-5, 2011.
        • Participated in a Sensitivity/Awareness/Motivation Workshop on “Capacity Building of Women Managers in Higher Education”, sponsored by UGC, organized by Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, February 16-20, 2009.
        • Participated in six-day “Intensive Training Programme on Disaster Management”, at Bundelkhand University, Jhansi, August 7-12, 2008.
        • Completed a Research Orientation and Training Course on “Social Science Research with Computer Applications”, sponsored by Indian Council of Social Science Research, New Delhi, held at Giri Institute of Devlopment Studies, Lucknow, 3- 12 March 2003.
        • Completed the Orientation Programme (TOC) for the Programme Officers of National Service Scheme, sponsored by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Govt. of India, at Lucknow, 8-17 July 2002.
        VII. WORKSHOP ORGANISED
        • Assistant Coordinator, UGC-sponsored Sensitivity/Awareness/Motivation Workshop for Capacity Building of Women Managers in Higher Education, organised by Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow, 04-08 April, 2011.
        • Assistant Coordinator, A Non-residential Programme for Sociology Students of BBAU, in collaboration with Bankers Institute of Rural Development and NABARD, Lucknow.
        VIII. DESIGNED CURRICULUM OF MASTERS AND DOCTORAL PROGRAMMES
        • Formulated syllabus of the course Gender, Society and Globalization, and contributed to syllabus formulation of the course Philosophy and Methodology of Social Sciences for Ph.D. programme, Deptt. of Sociology, BBAU, Lucknow.
        • Preparation of course structure of the course Research Methodology for Rural Managers, MBA-Rural Management (in 2010), Deptt. of Rural Management, BBAU, Lucknow.
        • Formulation of syllabus for M.A. Sociology courses:-
          Basic Concepts of Sociology
          Methods and Approaches of Research Methodology
          Women and Society in India
          Sociology of Marginalised Communities (contributed).
        IX. COURSES TAUGHT AT POSTGRADUATE AND PH.D. LEVELS
        • Basic Concepts in Sociology
        • Methods and Approaches of Research Methodology
        • Women and Society in India
        • Sociology of Marginalised Communities
        • Gender, Society and Globalization
        • Philosophy and Methodology of Social Sciences (Module II)
        • Research Methodology for Managers
        X. MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES AND OTHER COMMITTEES
        • Life Member, Indian Sociological Society
        • Member, American Sociological Society
        • Life Member, Asian Association of Women’s Studies
        • Life Member, Indian Social Science Academy
        • Member, Editorial Board, Journals published by Rajakiya Sangrahalaya, Jhansi.
        • Member, Editorial Board, Indian Journal of Bio-Research, Social Science Volume, Lucknow
        • Member, Editorial Board, Research Post Journal, Jaipur.