Welcome to Scribd. Sign in or start your free trial to enjoy unlimited e-books, audiobooks & documents.Find out more
Download
Standard view
Full view
of .
Look up keyword
Like this
2Activity
0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
Curriculum Vitae (2010) Fn Ritu

Curriculum Vitae (2010) Fn Ritu

Ratings: (0)|Views: 682|Likes:
Published by dr_gartoula
Medical Anthropology/Sociology; Research Methodology; Public Health
Medical Anthropology/Sociology; Research Methodology; Public Health

More info:

Published by: dr_gartoula on Jan 15, 2010
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as DOCX, PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

01/14/2010

pdf

text

original

 
BRIEF CURRICULUM VITAE
Full Name: Ritu Prasad Gartoulla
Father’s Name: Late Bishnu Lal GartoullaDate of Birth: 08 March 1954
Corresponding Address:
81 Begonia Avenue; Bayswater Vic 3153, Melbourne, AustraliaMobile +61 411687887, Home phone: +61 03 82881161Email:
Google: Dr. Ritu Prasad Gartoulla PROFESSOR (Medical Anthropology)
Department of Community Medicine and Family HealthInstitute of Medicine, Central Campus, Maharajgunj, Tribhuvan University, NepalP.O.Box 5889, Kathmandu, Nepal.
Teaching core (Medical Sociology/Anthropology, Behavioural Sciences, ResearchMethodology, Public Health, Nursing) subjects to Master of Public Health (MPH),Bachelor of Public Health (BPH), Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery (MBBS), B.Sc.Nursing and Bachelor in Nursing; Supervision and guide of the Ph.D. to PG andBachelor Graduate student’s proposal and thesis and field work;
Conducting researches and disseminating results between the professionals, institutionsand students; Research Consultant for UN and its bodies, Bilateral agencies, I/NGOs,and Private Research institutions; 
Writing and publishing articles, textbooks and reference books, research reports;
Trainers for national development on applied health issues and others;
Executive and Administrative jobs performed of the Nepalese government andUniversities, Cooperatives, Private organisations and I/NGOs.
 Academic Qualification
:Doctor of Philosophy North Bengal University, West Bengal,(Ph.D.):India, 1992, Medical Anthropology.
 
Master of Public Health (MPH): University of New Castle (USA), Affiliation CentreBangladesh, 2006 Total 52 Credit, score CGPA 4.00,Grade A, Percentage Average 92%Master Degree: Tribhuvan University, Nepal, 1984, Ist. Div. AnthropologyBachelor in Law: Tribhuvan University, Nepal, 1987, IInd Div.Bachelor in Education: Tribhuvan University, Nepal, 1984, IInd Division. English,Diploma Level: Tribhuvan University, Nepal, 1979, IInd Div.SocialScience _______________________________________________________________ Certification on: Course on Epidemiology; August 1-12,1996, IOM/WHO/UNFPA, KathmanduCertification Course:Health Management- Tribhuvan/BostonUniversities, Jan.22 to Feb. 2, 1995 Kath.Certification Course: Health Care in Developing Countries- May 23 to Aug.20,1995. Boston University, USA
 _______________________________________________________________ Award
Mahendra Academic Award "A" Level (Mahendra Vidya Bhusan – Ka)
, February 23,1997.
National Award as Entire Devotion for Democratic Movement 
, awarded by Nepal Youth Forum on23 September 2006, Nepal
Creation Award as The Rigorous Development Activist Nepal 2006 
, awarded by Youth CreationKathmandu, on 22 November 2006
Experiences/Positions
1.Member Secretary of Social Welfare Council (SWC), 19 July 2006 to 2 September 2007( (13.5 months only). SWC is the apex Government autonomous body for registration of INGOs, facilitation, monitoring, supervision, evaluation of I/NGOs and making agreements(General and Project) between INGOs and Nepalese Government (SWC). Being theExecutive Chief, I looked after 185 INGOs, 24000 NGOs and concerned Ministries of Nepal.People visited personally during one fiscal year were 33215 Male and 19006 Female a total of 52221 and 3500 Officials from abroad and the country. There were group meetings too.Around 11500 letters received and 5700 dispatched. Around 250 meetings held withdiplomats, representatives of I/NGOs, government officials, AIN and federation officials.Visited districts and observed I/NGOs status. Nearly 20 Project Advisory Committee of INGOmeeting attended and chaired. Worked as a Chief Executive and prepared different policyissues/papers, drafted new act, made long-term plans with 164 staffs at SWC.
2.
Member of National Senior Citizen Committee, Ministry of Women, Children and SocialWelfare, October 2006 to for Four Years, nominated by the Minister of Women, Children andSocial Welfare. But, the change of cabinet members, I was released on 2 September 2007.
2
 
3.
Member of National Disable Committee, Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare,October 2006 to for Four Years, nominated by the Minister of Women, Children and SocialWelfare. But, the change of cabinet members, I was released on 2 September 2007.
4.
Member of National Child Welfare Committee, Ministry of Women, Children and SocialWelfare, October 2006 to for Four Years, nominated by the Minister of Women, Children andSocial Welfare. But, the change of cabinet members, I was released on 2 September 2007.5.Member of National Democracy Day Management Main Committee 2007 under thechairmanship of the Prime Minister of Nepal. 
6.
Member of National Disaster Management Committee, Ministry of Home Affairs, October 2006to for Four Years, nominated by the Minister of Home Affairs. But, the change of cabinetmembers, I was released on 2 September 2007.
Professional attachments
1.
Professor in Medical Anthropology, 25 February 2009 to till now (Now on leave), Department of Community Medicine and Family Health, Institute of Medicine, Tribhuvan University,Kathmandu, Nepal.
2.
Visiting Professor of the Stupa Health Care Centre Cooperative Limited, Nepal Institute of Health Sciences, Affiliated to Purbanchal University, Nepal since 2000 to date now3.Visiting Professor of Asian College for Advance Studies of Asian Foundation of Education andResearch P. Ltd, Affiliated to Purbanchal University, Nepal 2004 to date.4.Associate Professor in Medical Anthropology, May 30, 2000 to 24 February 2009, Departmentof Community Medicine and Family Health, Institute of Medicine, Tribhuvan University,Kathmandu, Nepal.5.Lecturer in Medical Anthropology, September, 1988 to May 29, 2000, Department of Community Medicine and Family Health, Institute of Medicine, Tribhuvan University,Kathmandu, Nepal.
6.
Assistant Lecturer Cum Administration Incharge, 1984 to 1988, Institute of Engineering,Pulchowk, Tribhuvan University, Nepal
7.
Assistant Registrar (Administration) 1979 to 1983, Research Centre for Nepal and AsianStudies Tribhuvan University, Nepal
8.
Typist-C and Head Assistant, Administration (Store, Account, Library) 1977 to 1979 MechiCampus, Jhapa , Tribhuvan University, Nepal
9.
Technical Transient Consultant/Project Advisor of 
Community Health Development Project (CHDP 
) Funded by Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) and executed byUniversity of Calgary and implemented by Rural Reconstruction Nepal (RRN) in SurkhetDistrict of Nepal May 19 to December 31 2002.
10.
Short Term Consultant to the Staff of The World Bank to Kathmandu for preparation of 
Vulnerable Community Development Plan For Nepal Health Sector Program- ImplementationPlan 2004 – 2009
for a period between April 26 to May 20, 2004.
1

Activity (2)

You've already reviewed this. Edit your review.
1 thousand reads
1 hundred reads

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
scribd
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->