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Tata I nstitute of Social Sciences
(A Deemed University, established under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956)
Deonar, Mumbai – 400 088, India
May 11, 2011
Cover: From our 4 Campuses
1. Mumbai: The Integrated Rural Health and Development Project Team and students ouside the project office at Aghai in Shahpur Taluka. 2. Tuljapur: Participants at the National Rural Youth Festival. 3. Hyderabad: (L to R) Prof. Lakshmi Lingam, Chairperson, TISS Hyderabad; Prof. S. Parasuraman, Director, TISS; and Mr. Dileep Ranjekar, CEO, Azim Premji Foundation at the MoU Signing Ceremony between the two organisations. 4. Guwahati: Candidates at the Pre-admission Orientation Programme for SC/ST/OBC and Minorities.
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Director’s Convocation Address Annual Report 2010–2011
Introduction New Academic Programmes in 2010–2011 Master of Public Health (MPH) in Health Policy, Economic and Finance M.A. Social Work in Rural Development Excutive Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resosurce Management Postgraduate Diploma in Library and Information Management TISS Guwahati TISS Hyderabad Important Initiatives Child Rights and Protection Mental Health Village Studies Programme Nutrition Work in TISS Climate Change Programme for Noetic Action National Corporate Social Responsibility Hub Capacity Building Programme for District Facilitators Family Studies Reconstruction of Nicobarese Economy and Society Affected by the Tsunami Gyurja: The TISS–Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council Project 25 Years of Integrated Rural Health and Development Programme Saksham: Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria International Students Office Faculty and Academics Research Publications Field Action Projects Training and Extension Golden Jubilee Chairs Students Enrolment Field Work and Internship Research Projects Master’s Degree Students M.Phil. and Ph.D. Seminars
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Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Cell Students’ Union Office of Students Affairs Organisation Development and Management Administration Campus Development Awards, Fellowships and Scholarship 71st Convocation
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Director, Deputy Director, Director’s Office and Registrar School of Habitat Studies School of Health Systems Studies School of Management and Labour Studies School of Rural Development, Tuljapur School of Social Sciences School of Social Work Centre for Media and Cultural Studies Jamsetji Tata Centre for Disaster Management Centre for Lifelong Learning Centre for Research Methodology National Services Scheme–TORC Sir Dorabji Tata Memorial Library Students
Student Strength Agencies for Field Work/Internships/Field Attachment Research Projects and Master’s Degree Students M.Phil. and Ph.D. Seminars
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Organisation and Management
Financial Statement Administrative and Technical Staff Participation in Conferences, Seminars, Workshops and Training Programmes Appointments, Promotions and Retirements
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Candidates for the 71st Convocation Prizes
With the onset of the new millennium. institutions of higher education in India are challenged by societal and market forces that are converging to use education to reinforce exclusivity and discrimination. Government of India (GoI) to review Deemed to be Universities. however. the Institute is beginning to transform the ways it is delivers courses.71st Convocation of the Tata Institute of Social Sciences Director's Convocation Address Our Chief Guest for the 71st Convocation. Minister of State for Environment and Forests. meaning satisfactory performance on all the quality aspects. Further. build capacities of teachers to create an enabling environment where students from diverse socioeconomic. with the Tandon Committee. appointed by the Ministry of Human Resource Development. This holistic education requires teachers to be enablers and mentors of the education process and is more appropriate to residential and on-campus learning. and TISS in particular by: critically examining the content of education imparted through various academic programmes. the context and therefore the role of universities in civil society is undergoing transformation. Universities have to redefine their role based on sound reflection on past and future growth to enable social well-being and lead rigorous innovative inquiry for this. Contemporary Challenges: In contemporary times. which was initiated in 2006. in their aspiration for education for all. the unique status that Universities traditionally held. of being drivers of innovation and centres of inquiry and knowledge. is significantly threatened. Mr. To remain relevant in the current context. what constitutes ‘knowledge’ and who gains knowledge. such as the broad adoption of the government-mandated reservation policies by educational institutions like TISS.K. The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) completed the peer review for re-accreditation of the Institute in November 2009 based on a seven criteria . Krishna Kumar. Government of India. build knowledge through various kinds of research that is relevant to community realities. where geographic and contextual challenges provide new avenues for reinventing the Institute. placing the TISS in category ‘A’. Distinguished Guests. Many of our academic programmes are unique in that they combine perspective and skill building. Chairperson of the Governing Board. government and civil society to contribute to human well-being. is being redefined. Staff and Faculty: I extend to all of you a very warm welcome to the 71st Annual Convocation of the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS). Hon’ble Shri Jairam Ramesh. Repositioning TISS in the New Millennium: There have been progressive changes in the Education Policy that foster inclusivity in higher education. However. Members of the Governing Board and Academic Council. on the one hand. ethnic and regional backgrounds engage with identities and diversity as a living experience. To meet the greater educational demand. on the other. skills and training. and even more fundamentally. only partly meets the challenge. and reach out to new locations. and value-based and experiential education. and present to you a report that covers the accomplishments of this year and our broad plans for the future. and actively exchange insights and perspectives with them. for example. the use of technology platforms and distance education mode. Hence. R. the Institute is limited by the physical infrastructure in its effort become more inclusive. Universities are still expected to impart education. TISS has restructured the Institute to take on these challenges to education institutions in general. This restructuring process of the Institute. However. carry out basic and applied research to generate knowledge. The mandate of Universities to provide education that will enable a high quality of inquiry amongst their students and build their capacities to work as good professionals has not changed. This. generating pedagogy that is holistic. and build partnerships with industry. Alumni. Students. has met with success. identifying and evolving global areas of human services and application of social sciences to human development. rather than as lessons in text books.
Disability Studies and Action. During 2010–2011. These programmes address local and global challenges. an online learning management system.667 on roll in the current academic year. using inter-disciplinary approaches integrating different the social sciences. and flexibility in professional course completion. (iii) Rural Development and Governance (Hyderabad Campus). the faculty worked on several new teaching programmes at the Master’s level: (i) International Family Studies. The nationally relevant Master’s programme in Disaster Management is one such programme. the Institute offered 18 masters. (ii) Two Dual Degree Programmes (Social Work in Mental Health. and a range of diploma and certificate programmes through 6 Schools and 4 Independent Centres. (iv) infrastructural improvement. research and intervention. and Management of Non-Profit Organisations).D. programmes.–Ph. This programme is designed to serve the National Rural Health Mission and the evolving Urban Health Mission of the nation. It has expanded in terms of (i) the number and variety of courses. Finance and Economics). . Since 2006. thereby serving a critical niche area. We thank the Sir Ratan Tata Trust and ICICI Foundation for establishing this programme and supporting us with guidance. extension. The programme reaches out to those working in the field by synthesising several innovative aspects such as blended learning pedagogy. Media and Cultural Studies. Such emerging transdisciplinary fields of study from the TISS experience in social sciences are new in scope—in their lateral knowledge content as well as the value and capacity building of young committed professionals aiming to work in the social sector. experienced field 2 practitioners—and an age group between early twenties to late forties. Past experience indicates that all the academic programmes started by the TISS are the first of its kind in India. an integrated M. years later. Two masters programmes were introduced in June 2010—Master of Public Health (Health Policy. business and industry—and have the potential to radically redefine development and well-being. and policy activities. and Women’s Studies are contemporary in nature. (iii) faculty members. To reach out to a wider audience working in the field. Counselling. (ii) student enrolment. Habitat Policy and Practice. and Digital Library and Information Management were also introduced this year. textbook development and teacher education. To consolidate this record of excellence and move forward in a way that is relevant.D. and (vi) research. Social Entrepreneurship. and sometime the physical sciences. Social Work (Rural Development). developed in collaboration with London School of Economics and Political Sciences and offered from June 2010. The graduates of this programme have begun contributing to policy. with many of them offered by other universities in the country as innovative programmes. the MA Education (Elementary) programme completed 5 years this year. fresh graduates. as well as direct Ph. Public Health. this programme is now being planned in Hindi and the materials and readers are being developed for this purpose. (iv) Social Work (Guwahati Campus). Two new Postgraduate Diploma Programmes in Human Resources Management. TISS has made great strides in developing human resources for enabling national development to ensure people’s well-being. Teaching Programmes: Innovation for Relevance: During 2010–2011. Another innovative programme is the Master of Public Health in Policy. Disaster Management.Phil. This multi-partner supported programme brought the much needed capacity in discipline building and professional development focussed on elementary education. Finance and Economics. TISS has undertaken several new initiatives in teaching. the number of teaching programmes in TISS has increased from 4 to 18. Since the institutional restructuring in 2006. The profile of students in this course is diverse— teachers. Development Studies.A. The new Master’s programmes developed in the Institute such as the Globalisation and Labour. and M.88 on a four point scale. and the corresponding student strength from 400 in 2005 to a total of 1. indicating a ‘Very Good High Level’ of academic accomplishment. Launched in 2006. (v) intra-national and international collaborations. The Institute secured a CGPA score of 3.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 assessment procedure.
The Institute’s work (action. and is evolving teaching programmes for enabling sustainable development. These campuses are beginning to introduce cutting-edge initiatives that are grounded locally and have a global perspective. particularly after the floods in 2010. the Andaman and Nicobar Islands programme focuses on strengthening strategy for livelihoods regeneration. For developing a Master’s Programme in Sustainable Mountain Development. We expect these collaborations to strengthen our capacities to fulfil the Institute’s vision of being a self-sufficient institution of excellence in higher education that develops and applies knowledge in pursuit of social justice and human rights for all. Nepal and China. research and advocacy.DIRECTOR’S REPORT The Institute’s contribution to the capacity building of child protection personnel to secure and protect the rights of children has been strengthened. Eastern and North Eastern States. For a Master’s programme in Sustainable Islands Development. and Tuljapur aims at generating critical knowledge. A comprehensive database of 4. TISS faculty are in committees and commissions set up by courts and ministries to provide research input and establish/reform mechanisms to protect rights of vulnerable children. Since early 2005. programme implementation and governance. industry. sustainable development and other sectors at all levels—from policy to grassroots implementation.431 non-tribal households in all Nicobar Islands has been created to facilitate livelihood development. including Afghanistan. health. such as island. Given the remoteness of Ladakh.569 tribal and 1.Ed. It is also working with Banyan. TISS has extended its work to Ladakh. advocacy. The TISS has developed strategic resource support relations with the UGC. The Koshish programme striving to alter laws and practices that criminalise and custodialise the homeless and poor people has made considerable progress in Delhi and Mumbai and has started work in Bangalore. Education and M. human security. Tuljapur. Collaboration: Academic collaboration and networking with other institutions. TISS is setting up a ‘half-way home’ for women discharged from mental health facilities to facilitate their integration with the society. environment. Most Schools and their Centres and Independent Centres also have such strategic partnerships to . both in India and overseas. Currently. and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. and the Azim Premji Foundation for their contribution towards the development of the Hyderabad Campus. Chennai. cold desert and semi-arid. entrepreneurship. In addition. Pakistan. TISS is bringing together universities from across the Greater Himalayan region. is a priority area of the institute. and University College of London on another initiative to build professional capacities at various levels to work with people with mental health problems. Belgium. the Institute is working with mental health professionals there to support psychosocial care. Tata Trusts. habitat planning and governance. and training with particular relevance to policy formulation. that is local ecosystem-specific. India. research. The School of Education being established in upcoming Hyderabad and Guwahati campuses will offer M. an international team of experts on Islands Ecology is developing curriculum. and have the potential to revive and innovate social sciences education. The Institute’s engagement with mental health education and interventions is being substantially strengthened through the introduction of a dual degree programme in Social Work and Mental Health in collaboration with Brothers of Charity and Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. We thank the Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region. programmes to create quality teacher educators in large numbers for Andhra Pradesh. research and teaching) in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. industries and universities within and outside India for enhancing collaborative teaching. Guwahati and Ladakh: Creating the New Template of Inclusion: The upcoming campuses in Guwahati (for the North Eastern Region) and Hyderabad will contribute significantly to building the professional capacity of students for working in the areas of education. and setting up of Island Knowledge Centres in Nicobar Islands working with the people and the Administration. Ladakh. and enables sustainable development in a globalised world. An online multi-module programme on child rights and child protection will be offered in addition to the current on-campus delivery.A. for funding infrastructural development of the Guwahati Campus. in the region. 3 Government of India.
drawn from universities of eminence from India and abroad. psychology. 5 scholars are receiving their Doctor of Philosophy Degree. In addition. Erasmus Mundus External Cooperation Window—for collaborative research. sociology. Neela Dabir have played an important role in providing an efficient and accountable administration. student exchange and institutional capacity building. 22 their Master of Philosophy Degree. R. Ladies and Gentlemen. The Institute is in active collaboration with over 35 universities and institutions in Asia. We express a deep sense of gratitude to Mr. I thank all the Deans. agriculture. and 449 students their Master’s Degree. Lina Kashyap and the Registrar Prof.A. ST and OBC Cell. Global Labour University. Chairperson of the Governing Board to award the degrees and prizes for the Academic Year 2010–2011. and who strive to evolve as academic leaders by excelling in research. Office of Students Affairs. Parasuraman Director May 11. and the Institute prepares them well to work towards a prosperous. including eminent practitioners. planning. Gender Amity Committee. Krishna Kumar for enabling the Institute to become a better place. Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM)-Round 7 programme works with 43 universities and institutions across the country. S. North America and South America. Krishna Kumar has been a great source of inspiration who guided us in the process of repositioning the Institute. In addition. enrich the transdisciplinary nature of the teaching faculty at the Institute. (Hons. political sciences. productive and enjoyable. In Gratitude: We place on record the outstanding work done by the staff and faculty of the Institute in strengthening teaching. Not only have they devoted more time to teach and support student learning. Faculty: The core of the TISS knowledge community comprises faculty members from a variety of disciplines. law in addition to a large number of faculty members from social work. and the staff of the Day Care Centre for making learning and living on the campus peaceful.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 substantially enhance their resources and opportunities for creative and quality research work. Habitat Policy and Practice. finance. history. Krishna Kumar as its Chairperson. Another 34 students are being conferred with the B. economics. demography. R. teaching and institutional building. anthropology. medicine. and to facilitate individual and collaborative research. TISS appoints visiting and adjunct faculty to provide for expanding programmes. The Global Fund to fight AIDS. public health. At this Convocation. The faculty now include scholars from engineering. management. We thank members of the Facilitation Committee. Several eminent scholars located in universities in the United States and Europe have long term appointment as visiting professors. School Boards. Africa. physics. Academic Council and Governing Board for the academic and governance guidance. geography. 71st Convocation: The TISS attracts and works with some of the most conscientious and committed bright young people in the country. The role of the Deputy Director Prof. research. the SC. sustainable and equitable future. nutrition sciences. Counselling Cell.K. We thank the external experts in the School Boards. architecture. education. 2011 . I am privileged to commend to you the Annual Report of the Tata Institute of Social Sciences and call on Mr.K. This is yet another historic Convocation for us as the first batch of students admitted to the Master’s programmes in Counselling. TISS is part of several networks of universities and institutions—Himalayan Universities Consortium. and Women’s Studies are graduating today. The Institute has been fortunate to have an enlightened Governing Board with Mr. Mr. Students Union. Chairpersons of School Centres and Independent Centres and their offices. and student exchange. mathematics. Krishna Kumar.) in Social Work Degree. training and outreach programmes. Guest faculty. 4 Academic Council and Governing Board for sharing their expertise and guidance. exchange of faculty for teaching. Europe. but are also engaged in basic research and field action projects in all parts of the country.
and other postgraduates. Currently. The Master of Public Health in Health Policy. programme. Media and Cultural Studies. Social Work in Rural Development programme has been designed to meet the need for trained social work professionals in designing and managing rural development programmes. command greater acceptance and recognition by organisations of national and international repute. Social Sciences. The EPGDHRM programme offers an excellent learning experience for working executives for several reasons: • An integrated approach to HRM & LR incorporating a strategic/business orientation with an understanding of best practices grounded in social realities • Faculty who are either eminent academicians or seasoned professionals • Pedagogy synthesising theory. South Asia. is an international programme that aims to broaden the students’ understanding of health policy issues through a multi-disciplinary approach. health economics.Phil. The TISS Tuljapur Campus offers an excellent environment for learning and practice of rural development through its innovative academic curriculum and opportunity to interact with field practitioners and social activists in the region. In addition to the teaching programmes. and diploma and certificate programmes.A. field action and extension activities. skill building. and Jamsetji Tata Centre for Disaster Management). workshops. allied health professionals. an integrated M. financing and health policy. Given this context.A. limited social accountability. Social Work in Rural Development The M. It has been a year of growth. Research Methodology. and fieldwork experiences. analyse policy. lack of expertise in ethical review. The programme has been created in collaboration with the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) for middle and senior level professionals working in the 5 health systems of the countries concerned. the Institute hosts 6 Schools (Habitat Studies. case studies. Management and Labour Studies. (Please see the individual sections of each School/Independent Centre for further details on their activities during 2010–2011) NEW ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES IN 2010–2011 Master of Public Health (MPH) in Health Policy. and to cater to the increasing demand for development professionals with advanced social work skills. the MPH programme is a response to address the limited institutional capacity in these countries in training. faculty members also conduct research. economics and financing critically.D. The first batch of 30 students have work experience ranging from 3–20 years. Executive Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management The School of Management and Labour Studies initiated an Executive Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management (EPGDHRM) this academic year. 18 Master’s degree. research. These Schools and Independent Centres conduct 1 Bachelor’s degree. and devise appropriate policy responses. therefore. application. and Social Work) and 4 Independent Centres (Lifelong Learning. conducted by the School of Health Systems Studies. consolidation of past gains. Rural Development. • Encouragement to participants to apply their real world working issues to classroom teaching. The graduates of this programme will. .–Ph. M. South-East Asia and African regions confront challenges such as lack of evidence-based policies. This programme will be taught in 8 modules over 15 months (weekends only). Health Systems Studies. and is aimed at junior and middle level executives in the human resource management and labour relations (HRM & LR) industry. as well as a year of reflection and review.DIRECTOR’S REPORT ANNUAL REPORT 2010–2011 INTRODUCTION The year 2010–2011 marks 5 years since the Institute’s academic structure was comprehensively restructured in February 2006. Economics and Finance. Economics and Finance Health systems across India. policy and practice in the health sector.
in Social Work from August 2011. Information Management. 2010–2011 was spent in crystallising the TISS vision of relevance. .A. which is well equipped with state-of-the-art systems and online connectivity. TISS Hyderabad aims to have full-scale operations on its Campus from June 2013. Students are also exposed to hands-on experience provided at the Digital Library Lab in TISS. TISS Guwahati has made tremendous strides in the last year. Digital Preservation Archiving and Field Work. While still functioning from Cotton College in Guwahati. This will 6 function as the temporary campus of TISS Guwahati. rights. Digitisation. This M. has realised that concrete and holistic efforts are required to deal with the unique and complex realities of this region. and the Ministry for Development of North Eastern Region for its entire infrastructure costs. TISS Guwahati is presently exploring Manipur as a location to offer the same programme in the future. and SPSS training for activists and researchers. Architecture. The batch had participants from 5 different states comprising government officials and students in equal proportion. laws and policies concerning labour and vendors. offered in collaboration with APARD. it has organised various trainings and meetings covering a range of topics such as rights of people with mental illness. The TISS Guwahati team—comprising faculty members and teaching assistants—is in place. Digital Library.A. Access and Services. TISS Hyderabad signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to work closely with the Andhra Pradesh Academy for Rural Development (APARD) to strengthen education. TISS Guwahati also extended support to the ‘Activism against Gender Violence Campaign’.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Postgraduate Diploma in Library and Information Management The Sir Dorabji Tata Memorial Library initiated the Postgraduate Diploma in Digital Library and Information Management this year. It received the much required permissions to set up the campus in Guwahati. and to contribute more systematically to its all-round development processes. a new building with the infrastructure required to deliver programmes has been acquired. Given the positive feedback that the programme has received. tutorials and laboratory sessions. and also received encouraging support from the North Eastern Council. training and research in the field of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj. TISS Guwahati will partner with various actors to enhance local community capacities. Therefore. Several aspects of campus development steadily moved forward in the last year. which includes lectures conducted by TISS faculty and academic staff as well as eminent visiting faculty. TISS HYDERABAD In January 2009. which will offer an M. The visit of the team from the University Grants Commission (UGC). which was critical in defining the purpose and direction of TISS Guwahati campus. and currently. This 2-semester postgraduate diploma programme is conducted through lectures. A proposal has been submitted to the Government of India to start similar courses in other campuses of TISS to reach out to people in other states. and covers topics related to Knowledge Societies. This e-course emphasises the integration of research. concluded in December 2010. Due to the demand for this programme from other parts of the North-East region. Fund-raising for this and construction on the 65 acre site in Kothur Mandal of Mehboobnagar district. it is being proposed that the programme cover all the Mandal Parishad Development officials working in AP. TISS GUWAHATI TISS Guwahati. Each semester has a 3-week contact programme. without compromising on a global perspective of development and humanities. added more impetus to move forward. For this. through its renewed relationship in the North-East. another batch of 31 students are pursuing the same programme. The third batch of the Certificate Course in Rural Development and Decentralised Planning (CRDDP). Thirty-one students successfully completed the Diploma in Community Organisation and Development Practice. The programme’s online learning management system is based on the MOODLE platform to assist students in completing their distance credits. communication and education on a digital platform. programme will focus on providing sound exposure to social work research and practice that is relevant to the realities of the North-East region. early this year.
Keeping this in mind. The TISS Hyderabad Campus is located in a drought-prone area. Public Prosecutors. TISS Hyderabad has strengthened its capacity to deliver academic courses and undertake research on this Campus through several collaborations. The faculty has also designed and delivered a seminar course for LL. Mental Health Dual Degree in Social Work and Mental Health In the last decade. The aim of this collaboration is to promote initiatives in education. there has emerged a dire need for professionals grounded both in clinical and socio-political discourses in mental health. scholarships for research students. the APF will provide financial support for specific research. TISS entered into a collaboration with the Azim Premji Foundation to establish the Azim Premji School of Education (APSE) at the TISS Hyderabad Campus. Capacity building and training programmes around Child Rights and Child Protection were conducted for many different constituencies—Judicial Officers in the National and State Judicial Academies. a group of experts are conducting preliminary technical investigations to ensure ecological regeneration on the site. District Facilitators and Family Court Counsellors.M and JD students at the American University. As a result. national policy and debate—which are shaped largely by medical professionals concerned with treating disease—has placed emphasis on the prevalence of mental disorders and clinical services. Hyderabad. to collaborate on offering academic courses and undertake research focusing on rural development and governance. Both the programmes are designed to secure and 7 honour children’s rights. The narrowing down of this sector to clinical settings and hospitals has resulted in few linkages being formed between the fields of psychology and sociology. and between mental health and people’s development. DC including teaching and guiding research on comparative child rights laws of various countries. and advocacy. it is being converted into e-learning programme. To make the Diploma accessible to child rights practitioners across the country. including the APSE. As Amicus Curiae. and implementation of Juvenile Justice Act 1986 in the State of Maharashtra. to nurturing partnerships and creating institutions that build broad-basing training capabilities in various government and non-government organisations. as well as to facilitate research and technical interchange across the spectrum between the two organisations ranging from curriculum development. Washington. Faculty and post-doctoral positions for TISS Hyderabad Campus have been announced and the recruitment will be complete by middle of June 2011. mental health education—at both the graduate and postgraduate levels—remains focussed on capacities to work in psychiatric settings. repatriated children sent for foreign adoptions. Master’s degree programmes will be offered from the APARD campus from August 2011. is underway. the mental health sector in India has interpreted mental health narrowly—equating it to mental illness and focussing on provision of clinical services to people suffering from mental diseases. In keeping with this narrow focus. TISS entered into an MoU with Osmania University. After receiving official permissions from the UGC and the Ministry of Human Resources Development. and students who need financial support. The Foundation will also support the infrastructural development of the TISS Hyderabad Campus. Efforts to hire a Project Management Consultant firm to undertake campus design and construction have also been initiated. training and field practice. 2011.DIRECTOR’S REPORT located about 35 km from the Hyderabad International Airport. For the most part. IMPORTANT INITIATIVES Child Rights and Protection The Postgraduate Diploma on Child Rights and the Certificate programme on Child Protection continues to innovate in teaching. In the last year. Government of India. research. In August 2010. the Centre for Health and Mental Health (School of Social Work) is initiating a . Police. even as rights consciousness in mental health policy and debates are being sharpened. As part of the collaboration. Washington College of Law. To bridge this gap. a TISS faculty has been helping the courts in PIL cases related to abuse in government-run or aided homes for mentally challenged children in Maharashtra. On April 6.
while the second assessment report is a compilation of the SIRs of the cases represented in court. The first assessment report on the status of the Shelters was conducted at the request of the ‘Special Empowered Committee for the Homeless’ and the Social Welfare Department to determine the reasons for under-utilisation of the existing shelters. Maharashtra). the Centre will collaborate with several partners—the Katholieke Universitiet Leuven (KUL).ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 postgraduate degree in Social Work and Mental Health. The project has successfully engaged with different government mechanisms such as the courts. and active engagement with the Census process for the homeless citizens. review of shelters in Delhi. TISS–Banyan–UCL Collaboration Koshish’s experiences in Mumbai showed that active government participation is essential for improving the living conditions of homeless people. were instituted after several discussions with the Magistrates of Mobile Courts. It also engages actively with homeless people living on streets both in Mumbai and Delhi. The current report that the project is compiling is a qualitative study of people in begging. Some successful advocacy interventions include membership in the Inspection Committee. discriminatory legislations (Bombay Beggary Act) and conferring greater degree of rights and entitlements to the urban poor. the three partners will also jointly evolve graduate programmes. Koshish is a part of the Network of Organisations on Mental Health seeking change in mental health legislation in the country. analytical perspectives and skills in both the fields of mental health and social development. and officials from the BoC will work together to provide fieldwork opportunities and academic inputs. which will bring together perspectives of social work. in Mental Health as well. public health. a major breakthrough in Koshish’s efforts. TISS and the University College London (UCL) signed a memorandum of understanding to facilitate cross-cultural and cross-national research in the area of mental health. the Centre will collaborate with institutions such as the Institute of Mental Health (Thane. This MA programme will be launched in September 2011. looking at the choice of begging and its relation to the collapse/survival of other mechanisms and systems. community and mental health settings. in securing their legal rights and ensuring the release of many. Koshish is currently working in 4 beggars’ homes in Delhi. wherein students opting for the dual degree. Specific areas of advocacy with the government and other stakeholders include the repeal of current. the court could ask the Koshish team to prepare the SIR after engaging with the people concerned and assessing the situation. These different perspectives will give the programme an academic rigour as well as a deep connect with grassroots. It is also part of the ‘Caring Collective for Delhi’s Homeless’—a group of 8 The Banyan Academy of Leadership and Management (BALM). development of the manual on ‘Shelter for the Homeless’ in association with the Supreme Court Commissioner’s (Right to Food) office. focussing in particular on homelessness. These new leaders will be nurturing professionals with critical.A. and has recently started work in Bangalore. As per the agreement.A. . This report is then considered along with the Probation Officer’s report to arrive at a final verdict by the Court. and 2 in Mumbai. A comprehensive teaching programme is being developed to be offered from the next academic year. will undertake an additional year of study after their M. clinical intervention and field experience. Faculty members from both TISS and KUL. The project has completed two assessment reports and is currently undertaking a third one. and Brothers of Charity (BoC)—to deliver the programme. the police and custodial homes as part of its advocacy efforts. These SIRs. leading to an M. Of particular importance are the Social Investigation Reports (SIR) developed by Koshish for people brought to custodial institutions. For this programme. in Social Work. Koshish (Delhi): Action Research and Advocacy Koshish is the Institute’s effort to support and improve the well-being of homeless people and those living in custodial institutions. and non-government organisations such as the Banyan. particularly the homeless. As per this arrangement. Belgium. and the repeal of beggary prevention legislations across the country. In addition. Basic Needs and TTK in Chennai to develop fieldwork and practice.
9 • Land ownership continues to be concentrated in the hands of a few upper-caste households and a majority of Dalit and Adivasi households remain landless. landlessness among these social groups actually increased between the 1950s and the 2000s. and another programme on psychosocial care was conducted in Mumbai in December 2010 for medical officials and staff from Ladakh. • Third. the absence of public rural infrastructure including irrigation facilities continues to prevent productivity and income increase in agriculture. In those villages where labour absorption has risen. These village studies record and analyse changes in agricultural conditions. the TISS began supporting a project aimed at providing comprehensive mental health services in Leh district through the District Programme Officer (Leh) and under the supervision of the Chief Medical Officer. . historic account of agrarian change and social relations in rural Maharashtra. continue to stagnate at low survival levels. where its people remain cut off for more than six months of the year from the rest of the world. Psychosocial Care in Ladakh Village Studies Programme An understanding of long-term complex agrarian and social change in rural areas is of great relevance in the field of development studies. The villages in the sample for this study have already been sites of intensive socioeconomic surveys in the 1950s and 1960s. allowing for analysis of changes in these villages against historical benchmarks. its difficult terrains and harsh climate. and instead is absorbing rising in-migration of workers from drier regions. the TISS had initiated a project on agrarian change in rural Maharashtra that sought to generate a composite. a foundation set up by the NDTV Group to channelise the monies raised for victims of the flash flood disaster in Ladakh towards the rehabilitation of the disaster-affected families and villages of Ladakh. One training programme of doctors and paramedics was conducted in November 2010 in Leh. Early this year. • Labour absorption in agriculture has remained largely stagnant. this has not resulted in the transformation of historical forms of discrimination and dispossession in these villages. mainly dependent on agricultural produce for their livelihoods. this has not meant an increase in the rise in the number of working days for local labourers. where over 240 deaths were recorded.DIRECTOR’S REPORT organisations aiming to work with issues of the urban poor. In some villages. Emerging information from the study indicates that while capitalism in agriculture has developed considerably. more than 70 people are still missing. This is particularly true for Ladakh. Several measures to address post traumatic-stress disorders are essential in the region. The project uses methods such as ‘village studies’ and ‘village resurveys’ to profile villages. as well as the nature of relief and rehabilitation work required by them to mitigate suffering. TISS is implementing a 2-year training and capacity building project focussing on the integration of psychosocial care and mental health services in the general health care of Leh District. provide services and demonstrate innovative intervention models. in particular. with daily reports of several people suffering from acute stress reactions. The TISS carried out participatory assessments by organising Gram Sabha meetings in all the 30 affected villages to gather the affected people’s views on the impact of this disaster on them. and thousands have been displaced due to floods. TISS signed an MoU with the Hope Trust. To support this work. conditions of life and work of cultivators and manual labourers in the period between the 1950s and now. Through its ongoing Gyurja project since May 2005. The TISS team diverted its staff to coordinate relief and rehabilitation work with the LAHDC and Leh District administration. the latest disaster being only an illustration of this fact. The income of small and marginal peasants in drier regions. In 2007. Agrarian change directly affects the socioeconomic characteristics of the rural population. The number of psychiatric patients considerably increased after the floods in Ladakh. given its unique and remote geographical position. The project seeks to understand the changes in villages in different agro-ecological regions of the State over time. Some of the major findings are: The Leh District of Ladakh witnessed one of the worst natural disasters in its history.
This research also provides scientific data for advocacy and negotiation on climate policy with the Ministry of Environment and Forests. carbon budget studies. TISS conducted the ‘Vidarbha Baseline Survey of Rural Livelihoods’ last year. the group has begun working on the area of diverse sources for India’s future energy requirements. Nutrition Work in TISS While economic growth has often been touted to be a panacea to the problem of hunger and poverty. 10 As part of its work on climate change policy studies. Netherlands and China. To better understand the factors contributing towards under nutrition and malnutrition. affecting sustainable farm income. equitable. partly funded by the Ministry of Environment and Forests. the Delhi Science Forum and the Indian Network for Ethics in Climate Change. The evidence indicates that people’s nutritional health is not improving in tandem with material growth in India and 48% of children under 5 years of age are stunted.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 • Economic globalisation has exacerbated these historical inequities. The first results of this research were presented at the SANPAD-TISS Thematic Conference on Climate. For example. The climate studies group in TISS has ongoing projects and active engagement with civil society organisations such as the Shakti Energy Foundation. As part of this mandate. Collaborative research is also being planned in this area with research groups from the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. incremental? Why have we as a society failed to create sustainable. held at TISS on April 9-11. Programme for Noetic Action The TISS is constantly challenged to find innovative answers to development problems that confront us. The knowledge generated by these studies will be used to inform programme design in this region to address nutrition challenges. and. why do so many development projects fail to show measurable results on the ground? Why are the changes we see so fragmented. There is increasing evidence that climate change can have serious consequences on people’s livelihoods. In addition. not only including nutritional profiles across gender and age. the TISS will conduct an in-depth survey in Vidarbha. This work has also been presented at several international meetings and events such as the UNFCCC international climate negotiations. but also interrogate factors directly and indirectly affecting nutritional outcomes. well-being. Climate Change The TISS is one of the institutes in India focussing on the social sciences dimensions and science communication in the area of climate change. The conference is the first step in a collaborative research project on climate and energy issues with SANPAD. Even where new technologies of the globalised world have resulted in increased productivity. South Africa. in some cases even survival of communities. India. As a follow-up to this survey. Energy and Sustainable Development. the World Wildlife Fund. The Vidarbha Programme is part of a larger TISS mandate to intervene in the area of nutrition in a more concerted manner. This issue was the subject of a well-attended international workshop on ‘Global Carbon Budgets and Equity in Climate Change’ at TISS. 2010. tangible. In November 2010. recent evidence shows that this might not be true. TISS organised a series of workshops and trainings in the last year as part of its Programme for Noetic Action. TISS introduced the idea of Noetic Action for the first time through a Consultation on Reclaiming Global Commons for Social Justice. This was an international meeting with participation from South Africa. Government of India. Currently. and 43% are underweight. TISS will also undertake in-depth nutrition surveys in seven backward states in the Northern and Eastern states of India. this has been accompanied by continued rise in costs and frequent falls in crop prices. the Institute has focussed on the issue of equitable access to the global atmospheric commons. resources and intent? As address these challenges. social and economic transformation in spite of planning. This . based on an emissions model developed at TISS by the climate change studies group enabled the group to effectively intervene in climate policy debates at national and international levels.
The Hub was officially inaugurated by Mr. promotion of livelihood for economically weak sections of the population through forward and backward linkages. corporate institutions and NGOs. The NCSR Hub has started work with initial funding provided by the DPE. (vii) act as a think tank. in the priority districts and states to support the district administration carry out their tasks efficiently and in a participatory manner. Praful Patel. on March 21. (iv) preparing panels of implementing organisations/monitoring and evaluation agencies. seminars. Jharkhand. and realise our potential for powerful. participatory planning and monitoring. A number of Central PSEs. TISS held its second series of Deep Democracy trainings. 2011. and (viii) any other aspect of importance identified by stakeholders. pamphlets etc. In Phase II (2011). skill training. 43 District Facilitators were trained by the Institute with the support of the UNICEF and were placed in the above-mentioned states at both the state and district levels. and brought together faculty and staff from the Institute. to undertake activities mandated by DPE guidelines. Madhya Pradesh. including production of short films. and generate measurable and tangible results in people’s well-being.DIRECTOR’S REPORT consultation was attended by diverse stakeholders from civil society and development agencies. (iii) research. the Programme places high quality development professionals. Orissa. strategic and principled action. and entrepreneurship development assistance programme for youth. and creation of databases. (vi) organising conferences. in conjunction with SCOPE and the Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSE) has set up a National CSR Hub at the Institute. In Phase I (2008). Noetic Action empowers people not only to address immediate problems. Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. and accountability. National Corporate Social Responsibility Hub The Department of Public Enterprises (DPE). but also to change systems that reinforce and perpetuate injustices by building their capacities. This Programme is aimed at building capacities at the district level administration for better knowledge use. an intensive training was conducted from January 11 to April 29. printing of brochures. documentation. as well as representatives from other sectors of civil society such as the government. as well as assessment and addressal of bottlenecks. Ladakh. 25 District Facilitators are going to fill the present and . intervene strategically to shift systems and change structures. (ii) advocacy. workshops—both national 11 and international. budget analysis and improved implementation of development schemes.. They were well attended. Of these 36 men and women. health. have already approached the NCSR Hub. amongst others. For this purpose. Union Minister for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises. for 36 newly recruited District Facilitators. water and sanitation. Capacity Building Programme for District Facilitators The Government of India (GoI)–United Nations Joint Programme on Convergence (UNJPC) is being implemented in 35 backward districts in the states of Bihar. In order to introduce and work with democratic decision-making. TISS and UNICEF have collaborated to create this resource pool to be deployed in the intervention districts. grievances. in November 2010. and in the M Ward for people’s well-being through impacts that are tangible and measurable. The NCSR Hub is now in the process of entering into an MoU with various CPSEs to operationalise many aspects of the DPE guidelines. Chhattisgarh. professionals and civil society members to engage in Noetic Action through its Learning in Action Courses offered both academically as well as professionally. The Programme aims to build capacities of students. 2011. rooted in the belief that the democratic transformation needed for social justice is not possible unless we change ourselves. to source their inner potential. These trainings are aimed at building capacities for democratic and inclusive decision-making in a new and equal way. coastal regions of India. relief due to natural calamities. called District Facilitators. The NCSR Hub will undertake/facilitate the following activities: (i) nation-wide compilation. It has also begun engaging with unique field action projects in Vidarbha. The possible areas of CSR activity include education. (v) promotional activities. environment issues. Noetic Action is a new discipline of work.
The service provides useful information such as job vacancies. The 12 focus of intervention was changed towards identifying. and will be exposed to peers and teachers from every major geo-cultural area of the world. Each RKC is run by two trained Fellows from the community.431 non-tribal households) was completed during 2010–2011. The GCEFS is a pioneering effort initiated by TISS along with five other renowned international universities: the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece). In addition. This strategy to disseminate information has received a fair response. Gyurja: The TISS–Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council Project Endowed with a fragile ecosystem.000 households on post tsunami livelihood status (4. Callaghan (Australia). and 11 of them will be deployed by the Government of Madhya Pradesh to support decentralised planning in its districts. even though livelihoods shattered by the tsunami are still being restored. when it was thrown open to mass . The aim of the Consortium is to provide specialist human service education needed to work with families in the areas of policy.569 tribal and 1. The Fellows act as a catalyst between the community and the RKC. research and practice. the consortium members are now designing the curriculum of the M. the State Government’s resettlement and rehabilitation programme has been officially closed. the Ladakh region remained isolated from the rest of the world till the mid 1970s. A comprehensive assessment of over 6. programme in Family Studies will draw expertise across the 6 partner Universities.A. South China Normal University. The graduating students will receive the Master’s Degree from one of the six founding institutions in which they are registered. Given that the islands are scattered. Seoul National University (Republic of Korea). They will also be able to study an international course from their own home institutions. and creation of other livelihood options. This M. The TISS is supported by the Sustainable Indigenous Fund.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 future vacancies. Guangzhou (China). To fulfill this aim. the administration of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands and TISS renewed a fresh MoU in November 2009 to develop livelihood support programmes in the Nicobars. Given this. and the University of Newcastle. and there are difficulties in disseminating information. The TISS has been involved in post tsunami interventions in the Nicobars since 2005. ship timings. University of Nebraska-Lincoln (USA). basic information on government schemes and also to serve as early warning systems. and also receive recognition for their work from the GCEFS. explored possibilities of regeneration of affected livelihoods. as part of the Global Consortium for Education in Family Studies (GCEFS) is working collaboratively with an international team of educators to design an online integrated Master’s program in Family Studies. access and use of renewable energy sources in all Nicobar islands has been completed and TISS is now working at ways of enhancing community access to these energy sources. The curriculum and teaching material for the District Facilitator Courses were designed by TISS faculty from the Mumbai and Tuljapur Campuses Family Studies The TISS. Austria. the TISS developed an SMS service with support from IBM volunteers. Other ongoing work in this region includes the printing of multiple editions of a Community Newspaper covering people’s current issues and concerns as well as expressions of their creativity till date. price of copra and virgin coconut oil through regular and free SMS services to all the islands.A. Reconstruction of Nicobarese Economy and Society Affected by the Tsunami Five years after the tsunami that left the entire Nicobars devastated. as well as a research strategy to study the impact of climate change in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The survey captured the nature and extent of loss to livelihoods due to the tsunami. a study on the availability. programme in Family Studies and plan to launch this programme in September 2012. The TISS is also part of an international expert working group focussing on small islands and is collaboratively developing a Master’s Programme in Sustainable Island Development. facilitating and promoting smaller groups for livelihood related activities. Five Rural Knowledge Centres (RKCs) in five islands have been created to provide accessible.
The TISS has supported the Ladakhi people to face this challenge of integration and plan their future. and recognising that the work of the Project has to be guided by community needs. in addition to health. medical camps. The Project is also conducting a series of training programmes on income generation activities for women’s groups in the community. In addition to these identified key areas. the Project is currently negotiating with the Tribal Development Board on behalf of the Katkari tribes to ensure their entitlements to credit and loans. Development. These workshops also provide a platform for sharing key findings in MLP at the block and cluster levels. with support from Jamsetji Tata Trust. the project is organising a series of block level workshops in collaboration with the DRDA to support local institutions in Ladakh. In October 2010. As part of this. In spite of being located in a difficult terrain and located about 100 . and has also anchored international students from Cyprus and the US. Today. An outcome of this project was the development of a 5-year Perspective Plan under MG-NREGA in 90 Halka Panchayats of 9 blocks in the Leh District. Having actively mobilised the community to participate in livelihood activities. The IRHDP has run 6 anganwadis in remote hamlets of which 3 have been integrated with the Integrated Child Development Services programme now. as well as undertake tasks such as helping them get their caste certificates. 25 YEARS OF INTEGRATED RURAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME In 1986. and the project’s focus shifted to working with key indicators of health that was context appropriate. livelihood and women empowerment. the erstwhile Department of Medical and Psychiatric Social Work (and now renamed as the Centre for Health and Mental Health). included education. Today. After consideration. the IRHDP supports communities to access basic needs—water. new technologies. Over time. Disaster Management and Leadership” for the 28 newly-elected Councillors at Delhi. The initial focus of the project was to promote the health of the tribal population in collaboration with the Primary Health Centre located in Aghai. initiated a pioneering field action project—the Integrated Rural Health Development Project (IRHDP) to address the developmental challenges that ‘Adivasis’ or tribal 13 peoples face in Aghai village of Shahpur Taluka of Thane district. it also organises capacity-building training programmes for doctors of the PHCs. a new Hill Council was elected into place and TISS conducted an Orientation Workshop for the newly elected Councillors of Leh District on decentralised planning and programme implementation at Leh. IRHDP accommodates nearly 10 students. with whom it also undertakes regular training and capacity building sessions of anganwadi teachers on pedagogy. and create awareness on Panchayati Raj: strengthen Gram Sabhas. and completed Micro level Planning (MLP) for all villages there. Every year. social audits. It also organised a 15-day exposure visit-cum-training programme on “NREGA. created a database for all households in Leh district.DIRECTOR’S REPORT tourism. in concurrence with the Institute’s vision and as a step to reach out to marginalised groups. use of RTI. mental health and nutrition. the key areas identified. communication. Mumbai and Ahmedabad. food security when needed. In collaboration with the Tehsil office. and the Ladakhi people are being challenged to seamlessly and sustainably integrate the old with the new. Over the years the project has contributed to students’ learning through field work placements. The Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council (LAHDC) and TISS. and action research on health-seeking behaviour. effective implementation of MGNREGA. a preliminary assessment is being planned to understand the capacity building needs of self-help groups. and related issues. Governance. Currently. it was evident that health cannot be seen in isolation. the project undertakes a range of field interventions towards health promotion at various levels: organisation of awareness campaigns. It also conducts workshops on life skills for Ashram school children to foster their overall development. Accredited Social Health Activist workers and other para-professionals. lifestyles and practices are entering the Ladakhi community against a backdrop of centuries old indigenous traditions and culture.
It also created a multidisciplinary pool of 604 master trainers through partner institutions situated in different parts of the country. and Freie University (Germany). etc.643 counselling functionaries (counsellors and nurses) through 227 training programmes across the country. University of Utah at Salt Lake city. HIV/AIDS counselling programme (2008–2013) in India. and trained 5. the faculty. Wilhelms-Universitat. Tulane University at New Orleans. Saksham strengthened the technical. The TISS is the Principal Recipient of the Round 7 Grant (counselling component) and provides strategic leadership to the programme. the Linnaeus-Palme grant. Muenster School of Business. Phase I of the Programme got completed in August 2010. infrastructure support. State AIDS Control Societies. Victoria University (Australia). staff and students have continued to work towards the overall development of the community. counselling supervision and research. training. outcome and impact. In this phase. In this Phase. Phase II of Saksham commenced in September 2010 and will be completed by August 2013.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 km from the institute. and instituted rigorous monitoring and 14 evaluation mechanisms to assess programme output. Westfalische. infrastructural and management capacities of 37 institutions of higher learning in 25 states to undertake quality counselling training in keeping with their commitment to remain socially relevant and responsive to national needs. mental health and HIV. DAAD exchange programme. and undertake research. Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) Round 7. It works in close partnership with the National AIDS Control Organisation. coordinates and facilitates various student and faculty exchanges. cultural and academic concerns. A significant characteristic of the Institute’s student exchange programme is that the Institute and the host university take care of all costs throughout the duration of the exchange through fellowships and travel grants— for example. Through its representation in 2 two working groups—Integrated Counselling and Testing. This Office also initiates. children and HIV. as well as initiate advanced diploma programmes on HIV/AIDS Counselling through partner institutions. Currently the Institute has active exchanges with Gavle University (Sweden).000 ICTC counsellors across the country. it plans to identify and train 1. In addition. Endeavour Exchange Fellowship. Saksham will continue to develop training resources in niche areas such as couple counselling.. and Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission and Targeted Interventions—Saksham will play a critical role in policy development for NACP 4. It aims to strengthen the human and institutional capacities of the national health system to enable accelerated growth of the National AIDS Control Programme. SAKSHAM: GLOBAL FUND TO FIGHT AIDS. Muenster University. During this period. as well as add to the national pool of master trainers. Saksham will offer two e-learning courses on ‘Gender and Sexuality’ and Children and HIV’. to enhance the overall quality of HIV/AIDS counselling and training. Saksham seeks to enhance the institutional capacities of key counsellor training institutes and conduct capacity building for counsellors through various activities such as development of training resources. and facing tremendous challenges over the years. in addition to liaising with functionaries from different universities for the institutional collaborations. expanded the knowledge base on HIV/AIDS counselling in the country through the various research studies undertaken by partner institutions.200 counselling supervisors to provide onsite counselling supervision and mentoring to 6. it also developed training resources for use by partner institutions and master trainers. non-governmental organisations and representatives of Positive People’s Networks. . It is a unique partnership of 36 academic institutions spread across different states of India. TUBERCULOSIS AND MALARIA Saksham is the Global Fund to fight AIDS. It also plans to operationalise and implement a Quality Assurance System (QAS) for counselling training across the programme. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS OFFICE The International Students Office (ISO) extends support and assistance to all international students by addressing their logistical.
and 4 PhD) to different Universities on exchange programmes. University College London (UK). The ISO facilitated the visits of 28 TISS students/scholars (6 Bachelors. which ranged from a few weeks to a few months involved course work for one term or internship and research related activities. customised programmes. Department of HRM (Strathclyde Business School. regular meetings. Erasmus Universiteit (Rotterdam. Under the Erasmus Mundus External Cooperation Window—Europe-Asia Lot 11. (India). Chinese Academy of Sciences and Social Sciences. The Asian partners include Peking University. and Keele University (UK). Jahangirnagar University (Bangladesh). Similarly. and University of Delhi. 13 faculty members visited 11 universities in 7 countries. 27 were admitted as part of exchange programmes with other universities. blended with exposure visits. They are the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology. As part of the Institute’s drive to expand globally. We have secured grants jointly with the partner universities for the continuation of exchange programmes with Gavle University and Gothenborg University (Sweden). etc. Under the faculty exchange programme. The exchange. Zhejiang University. and University College Dublin (Ireland). Netherlands). Xiamen University. and Minnesota University (USA). . and research for varying periods of time. and updating international students about the facilities available on campus. Those faculty members who visited on exchange programmes gave lectures in the undergraduate and graduate programmes. the Institute received 21 faculty members/delegations from different universities across the globe to explore possible collaborations. seminars and visits to the TISS Tuljapur campus. Fudan University. Georgia Institute of Technology. orientation upon arrival. They credited courses (with/without field work) or attended field work/internships. Pierre and Marie Curie University (France). Netherlands. China. Along with the 11 international students admitted the previous year. University of 15 Amsterdam (The Netherlands). College of Computing (Atlanta. USA). the ISO facilitated MoUs with 9 universities in 2010–2010. Jadavpur University. presented seminar papers and also explored possibilities for further collaborations. The office arranged a grand gathering to welcome the new batch of International students with the Director. while 2 faculty members and 13 students of the Institute received scholarships under Lot 13. University of Strathclyde (Glasgow). lectures. Lund University (Sweden). University of Warsaw (Poland). while 62 students took part in 5 customized programmes that the ISO organised through the year. Tribhuvan University (Nepal). National Institute of Science and Technology (South Korea). and Muenster University and Freie University (Germany). USA.DIRECTOR’S REPORT and the University of Minnesota (USA). The ISO hosted 105 students from Germany. Thirteen of these international students/research scholars had research affiliations with the Institute during this academic year. there are now 23 Masters’ level students from 16 countries. Sweden. Dean Students affairs and Students Union in June 2010 before the start of the academic year. organising Hindi language classes. Indian Institute of India Technology–Kanpur. Tampere University (Finland). Of these. cultural and academic concerns of all foreign students like pre-departure orientation. Dublin for the next year. Tsinghua University. Monash University (Australia). The Institute has joined another consortium for the Erasmus Mundus External Cooperation Window—Europe-Asia Lot. The TISS received 5 grantees of the Erasmus Mundus Scholarship from European Universities. 18 Masters. in 8 different countries during this academic year. the Institute’s European partners are Lund University (Sweden). University of Vienna (Austria). The ISO also addressed the logistical. France. The ISO admitted 13 students in Master’s degree students in 2010–2011. University of Milan (Italy). UCL (Faculty of Biomedical Sciences) and BALM (The Banyan Academy of Leadership in Mental Health). University of Karachi (Pakistan). Singapore and the UK for short-term programmes. These visits were either a part of the exchange programmes or to work on the collaborative initiatives between the Institute and other international universities. coordinated by Trinity College. where they were engaged in field work internships.
These include decision-making bodies of government ministries and departments. life skills. capacity-building.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 The ISO organised an orientation workshop for its staff to familiarise them with cross cultural issues. Project Manager (India) from the British Council Division of British Deputy High Commission. etc. dalit and tribal issues. Sawant was appointed as the TISS Golden Jubilee TISCO Chair in Management . Orient Black Swan. governmental organisations and NGOs in 2010–2011. TISS faculty published 84 peer reviewed journal articles in some of the most renowned journals. workshops and training programmes as paper presenters. • Prof. adult education. Golden Jubilee Chairs • Ms. human development. disaster management. FACULTY AND ACADEMICS Research During 2010–2011. the IJSW brought out a special issue in 2 parts on ‘SHGs: Emerging Spaces for Social Work Practice’. articles in newspapers. conferences. Vijayalakshmi.T. rights and rehabilitation of persons being processed by the criminal justice system and children in conflict with law. S. Conferences. as well as UGC committees to review/develop/audit curriculum and administration of universities and institutions spread across the county. research methods. statistical methods. 139 programmes were organised were organised in the areas human resources management. and 51 other writings that include book reviews. NSS refresher and orientation programmes. Of these. among others. access to health in 16 rural and tribal areas. faculty members participated in 545 programmes and presented 196 papers. climate concerns. while Part 2 covered experiments in promoting and sustaining SHGs. child and adolescent mental health. this Workshop has also helped the staff to develop a more professional understanding of the Institute’s commitments and responsibilities. social accountability. NGOs. Anthem Press. as contemporary themes connected to working with them. magazines and reports. education of tribal children. homelessness and beggary. human rights. This year. This year. health. The range of issues being addressed through these projects include violence against women. • Prof. The Indian Journal of Social Work (IJSW). special invitees or experts. observers. resource persons. Saxena was appointed as the TISS Golden Jubilee Garware Chair in Social Sciences. Executive Committee Memberships Ninety members of the Institute’s faculty served on 355 executive committees of professional bodies. sustainable livelihood. session chairs. Preeti Prabhu. and corporate social responsibility. P. education. and health. discussants. Field Action Projects There are currently 26 FAPs active in the Institute with faculty from the SSW leading 16 of them. while the remaining were anchored in the different Schools/Independent Centres. 16 authored/edited volumes published by reputed publishers like Sage.C. The Institute’s faculty members also regularly participate in national and international level seminars.. 16 were in multi-disciplinary areas. management and organisation development. Leena Joshi was appointed as the TISS Golden Jubilee Mahalaxmi Temple Trust Chair in Social Work. Devi Prasad and B. food security. Training and Extension Seminars. leadership development. micro-planning. 69 chapters in books. tribal and dalit youth empowerment. and training of trainers. Part 1 of the Special Issue covered the history. a total of 143 research and documentation projects were ongoing at the Institute. models and practice contexts of SHGs. Publications In 2010–2011. Workshops and Training Programmes During 2010–2011. guest edited by B. industries and institutions. and development. Conducted by Ms. The flagship publication of the Institute. completed 72nd year of uninterrupted publishing in 2011.
in Human Resources Management and Labour Relations in 83 agencies.A.A. Development Studies in 20 agencies. Research Projects of Master’s Degree Students Research projects at the Master’s level offer students the opportunity to plan and conduct original investigation in an area of study with the guidance of a faculty member of the Institute. 11 students of Habitat Policy and Practice. development issues. 34 students of Hospital Administration. and students of the Diploma in Gerontology programme in 4 agencies. M. A training video. Delhi. corporate governance and social responsibility. gender and women. The Cell organised a 3-day Pre-Admission Orientation Programme for candidates who had applied for the 2011–2012 TISS Common Entrance Test. 28 students of Disaster Management.A. M. in Media and Cultural Studies in 28 agencies. 50 such presentations were made in the areas of children and youth. 35 students of Development Studies.A. and Ph.667.A. Seminars Scholars of the M. has been conducting various need-based programmes for the SC and ST students. In all. disaster. programme had 54 and the Ph. titled .Phil. M. Women’s Studies in 14 agencies. M. while the Masters programmes had a total enrolment of 1.A. M. Field Work and Internship Field work and internships provide students with a setting wherein they can learn from doing. This year. media. with 24 TISS faculty members teaching the various subjects and aspects of the admission test. in Social Work students were placed in 90 agencies and rural settings. 10 students of Media and Cultural Studies. M. M. in Habitat Policy and Practice in 20 agencies. The B. and 15 students of Women’s Studies undertook research projects.DIRECTOR’S REPORT STUDENTS Enrolment Student enrolment for the year 2010–2011 touched 1. Kolkata. Hyderabad and Chennai. two programmes were conducted: the Pre-Admission Orientation and the Post-Admission Orientation. 542 candidates from all over India attended this Orientation Programme. The Diploma and Certificate programme students numbered 134. 7 students of Education (Elementary). The Institute has initiated a scheme with financial support to encourage students to develop working papers and monographs from their dissertation for eventual publication.A. Globalisation and Labour in 14. 16 students of M. Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Cell The Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) Cell. disability. Social Work in Disability Studies and Action in 20 agencies.D. self-study papers and research papers in seminars. In addition to SC and ST candidates. and M. Master of Health Administration in 25. dalits and tribals. programmes are required to present their research proposals. M. Social Work in 27 agencies. M. OBC and Minority candidates were also offered the opportunity to attend the Orientation Programme. 21 students of Social Entrepreneurship.A. 8 students of Counselling. labour. health and mental health.D. 54 students of Social Work. migration and organisation development and management.A. Students of M. under the leadership of a senior professor and support team. with free lodging and boarding facilities provided to outstation candidates. Education (Elementary) in 17. M.135 students. Social Entrepreneurship in 9 agencies.A. Disaster Management in 25 agencies. Social Work in Rural Development in 44 agencies.A. 15 students of Globalisation and 17 Labour. Under the Remedial Coaching Scheme for the SC and ST students. The Institute will publish working papers and monographs and make them available by locating them at the TISS website. which were conducted in Mumbai. M. 28 students of Health Administration. M. and Ph. programme 211 scholars on roll. Guwahati. in Social Work in Disability Studies and Action.D.A.A. This is an important component of all the teaching programmes at the Institute where students are provided with intensive practical training in the activities of the organisations they are placed in.A. In 2010–2011. while students of Diploma in Counselling were placed in 9 agencies. The Bachelors programme had 133 students enrolled.A.Phil. 15 students of Public Health. The M. agencies.Phil. Counselling were placed in 14 agencies. Master of Hospital Administration in 60 agencies. food security.
the Union present their views in curriculum design and development. The orientation emphasises both the course curriculum. the Financial Aid Committee could not attend to the financial needs of all the students. Group Discussion and Personal Interview and analyse the same. inter-school and inter-hostel sports events were conducted. hostel rules. This helped the Committee in deciding on the Scholarship to be granted to the students. Towards this. Several new equipments were bought this year for the Gym. canteen services. on student demand. Given this expense. At later stages. Students' Union The Students' Union Executive Committee is an elected body of student representatives. Distribution of financial aid to senior and junior students has been one of the important and challenging tasks in the current year. The SC and ST Cell acknowledges the immense contribution of the UGC. special tutorials and language skills. 45. as well as the a night canteen. two houses were hired by the Institute. The Union also organised exhibitions in association with Khula Aasman. which includes a laptop worth Rs. • Worked to secure students' representation in School Boards and the Academic Council with the help of the Office of Students' Affairs. physical fitness and gym activities. but also to perform better in admission tests administered by other universities and institutions. The Union continued with its tradition of organising cultural festivals and sports events. given the increase in the demands for student financial support. Students are also trained to write assignments and field work reports. and the development of a comprehensive student guidebook. The OSA has been co-coordinating with the Students Union for student’s representation in the various committees such as Committee Against Sexual Harassment. This is an important step as this will help the students to . sub-committees of Platinum Jubilee Planning 18 • Ensured that all the second year students would get a hostel room and supported the hostel office to allocate the hostel rooms in a fair manner. Dance classes were also started this year. other than academics. For the first time. Feedback from the candidates have revealed that the pre admission orientation was beneficial not just in getting admission into TISS. was also developed for the Orientation Programme to familiarise the candidates with the processes of Written Test. which works towards the welfare of the student body. Office of Students Affairs The Office of Students’ Affairs (OSA) is headed the Dean of Students’ Affairs.000. Chief among these include regularisation of student’s financial aid. The Union also successfully worked towards the setting up of a fully functional Cyber Library in the Naoroji Campus. procedures. The OSA strives to create a positive environment suitable for students’ holistic growth and development. One full time and 4 part time counsellors provide counselling services to the students. Students’ Aid Committee. To accommodate the neediest students. close to its premises. various need-based programmes are organised ranging from classes on personality development. 3 students from the SC community and 5 students from the ST community were awarded the Scholarship. The students admitted in various courses undergo a post-admission orientation by the Cell at both the individual and group level. • Assisted the Students' Aid Committee in assessing the needs of the students who have applied for the Financial Aid. and supported by a Programme Manager. as well as the new multicultural and multilingual environment that students encounter on campus. GoI and State Governments in enabling the Institute to support students from disadvantaged social and economic groups.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 With You. while the literary team initiated a newsletter for the students. medical and counselling services. • Got the Union constitution passed by the Academic Council of the Institute. Under the Central Sector Scholarship Scheme of Top Class Education for SC–ST Students for the year 2010–2011. The OSA has successfully institutionalised systems and practices with regard to all aspects of student’s life.
Cleaner-Cum-Floor Attendant • Mr. All major construction projects in the Tuljapur Campus have been completed. ORGANISATION DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT Administration In Memorium • Mr. The Library building with additional classrooms. Head Security Guard • Mr. The construction of a 9-storeyed academic building in the Naoroji Campus is nearly over and is expected to be ready for occupation from the next academic year.DIRECTOR’S REPORT Committee. Administrative positions (including technical) are 162. stack area space. Seminars. H. reading area.D. completing new water and sewer lines along with additional water tanks and modification of Director’s Bungalow are the projects in progress. construction of the compound wall is nearing completion. Long Service Award The Institute honours those employees who have completed 20 years of service and this year. Cleaner-Cum-Floor Attendant • Ms. NSS-TORC). while the support staff positions are 82. Project/Sound Operator Cum-Electrician • Ms. Hostel Attendant Campus Development The Institute continued its expansion of infrastructure during the current year also. the OSA has facilitated the Students Union to draft a new Constitution. Three staff members were promoted and 4 staff members had retired during the year. Singal. Beck. Construction of a hostel (Naoroji Campus) to accommodate 280 students is underway. Promotions and Retirements There are 158 academic positions of which 129 are filled in. Rajendra Pawar (Head Security Guard). and creation of additional computing facility in the Naoroji Campus were the other projects completed during 2010-2011. this year. H.J. computing area. an additional volleyball court in the Naoroji Campus. H. Workshops and Training Fifteen administrative and technical staff participated in 11 seminars. and the remaining three wings by January 2012. Cleaner-Cum-Floor Attendant . A cyber library with computer workstations for about 60 19 The Institute lost two of its family members this year: Mr. as well as enabled their representation in the School Boards and the Academic Council. While work on the electrical sub-station is progressing. Worlikar. workshops and training programmes in 2010–2011.K. Koli.J. etc. Sosa.M. Two wings of this hostel. An amphitheatre with a seating capacity of 130 people is also nearing completion in the Naoroji Campus. S. discussion rooms. which can accommodate 100 students. Umbarkar. Modifications in the basket ball court in Main Campus. conference room. the following employees were felicitated on the Institute Day: • Prof. In addition to students. There are 48 faculty positions appointed on ad-hoc basis under UGC’s and Tata Trust Grants. Professor • Mr. of which 118 are filled. That the OSA has established its roots in the Institute is evident from the fact that it has become the focal approach point for students requiring assistance. Modifications in the existing Dining Hall kitchen in Main Campus by installing cost effective equipments and modern methods of cooking. P. the liaison activity of the office has increased manifold. Pushpa V. Schools and Independent Centres also contact the OSA with issues pertaining to students. In a noteworthy move. Juwatkar. Participation of Administrative Staff in Conferences. installation of Sewerage Treatment Plants in both the Mumbai Campuses. media archive and language lab is nearing completion. will be ready for occupation by June 2011. Khalil Ahmed (Coordinator. Appointments. P. including the basket ball court and volley ball courts. It is expected that this building with modifications in the ground and second floor will become fully functional from the next academic year. and as a result. conferences. and Mr.
was adjudged as one of the three best films at the Second Sadho International Poetry Film Fest. Another 34 students are being conferred with the B. Sanjay Pratap Singh and Nandita Thomas (all students of M. Education (Elementary) (19). Development Studies (33). Jayasankar (Centre for Media and Cultural Studies). FELLOWSHIPS AND SCHOLARSHIPS • Dr. Bhowmik (Dean. Human Resources Management and Labour Relations (48). Anjali Monteiro (Centre for Media and Cultural Studies) was awarded the Public Service Broadcasting Trust (PSBT) Films Division Fellowship for 2010 on the theme Revisioning India. • Inside Outby Shilpi Gulati and Divya Cowasji won the won the second prize in the non-fiction category at I. • Prof.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 students and installation of video conferencing facility is in progress. Enschede. The Netherlands. At this Convocation. and Women’s Studies (15). won the Gold for the Best non-fiction script and a Certificate of Merit at the Indian Documentary Producers’ Association (IDPA) awards for 2009. B. Anjali Monteiro and Prof. Anjali Monteiro and Prof. Kochi. are graduating in this Convocation. Ashwini Falnikar. in Media and Cultural Studies) has been awarded a grant under the India Foundation for the Arts’ Arts Research and Documentation programme. Hospital Administration (32). directed by Dr. won the best film on sexual minority issues at the SAATHI Rainbow Film Awards.A. Jayasankar (Centre for Media and Cultural Studies). and 449 students their Master’s Degree: Social Work (140). Social Work in Disability Studies and Action (16). United States of America • Prof.A. Social Entrepreneurship (15). directed by Prof. K. • Do Din Ka Mela. This film also won the ACT-UCP Sarnet award for the best student film on a Human Rights issue at Abhivyakti 2010. 5 scholars are receiving their Doctor of Philosophy Degree and 22 their Master of Philosophy Degrees. Sharit K. State College. 20 . College International Students Film Festival.A. Shaira Shetty and Sneha Anand won the best student film award at the Script 2011 International Film Festival. (Hons. School of Management and Labour Studies) was honoured with the ‘Best Teacher Award’ at the 18th Dewang Mehta Business School Award. and Media and Cultural Studies (14). Globalisation and Labour (15). Disaster Management (28).P. • 352: Remembering Emergency by Nikhil Titus. ITC. Manjula Bharathy (Centre for Media and Cultural Studies). directed by Prof. New Delhi. During this period. 71ST CONVOCATION This is yet another historic Convocation as the first batch from Master’s programmes in Habitat Policy and Practice (11).) in Social Work Degree. Health Administration (26). • Prof. • XXWhy. • Ajinkya Shenava (M. Public Health (15). Geetanjoy Sahu (School of Habitat Studies) was awarded Erasmus Mundus Scholarship for the period August-November 2010. New Delhi. Dr. K. • Where’s Kishore by Nikhil Titus. • SheWrite.P. University Park. AWARDS. Counselling (17).P. in Media and Cultural Studies) won the Gold for the best student non-fiction film at the IDPA awards. Sahu was associated with the Urban and Regional Planning and Geo-Information Department. • The Centre for Human Resources Management and Labour Relations (School of Management and Labour Studies) received the ‘Star News Award’ for having best industry related curriculum in HRM. Venkatesh Kumar (School of Management and Labour Studies) was awarded the Hubert Humphrey Fellowship for Higher Education Administration in Penn State University.
DIRECTOR Prof. Rajaretnam Prof. Saritha C. Ms. Nayar Prof.T. Gomathi Nambiar Ms. Shamim Modi-Meghani DEPUTY DIRECTOR Prof. Neela Dabir Annual Report 2010–2011 21 . Parasuraman Director’s Office Prof. Ashwani Kumar Ms. Ila D. Lina Kashyap REGISTRAR Prof. Hukku Dr. Kastury Ray Prof. Usha S. Pushpendra Kumar Singh Prof. S.
Neela Dabir Publications DIRECTOR Prof. The Journal of Psycho-social Research. 184–185. 22 . Bombay Chamber of Commerce and Industry Centenary Celebration Volume. 2009 May 2005 Ongoing Ongoing Completed REGISTRAR Comparative Study of the Main Intervention Methods for the Benefit of Street Children in the Major Cities in India Partnership Foundation and Net4kids Aug. Parasuraman State Institute of Rural Development. International Sage. Jyothi Krishnan Prof. Md. DIRECTOR’S OFFICE Dr. Geneva: Small Arms Survey. S. 2010 Jun. 134–147. An Evaluation Study of NSS in India. 2010. Rajaretnam Prof. 2011. S. In M. 2011. Anheier (Eds. Usha S. Nadkarni and R. Delhi: Aakar Books and Sruti. (co-author) Economic Liberalization. S. 2010. (co-author) Gender Equity and Girl Child in India. Tarique Jain Irrigation Systems Jan.). Parasuraman and Ms. TISS Jan. 9. Sectarian Violence in India: Trends and Challenges. S. Parasuraman and Prof. 2011 Just initiated Prof. DAV Forum. 2010 Report writing Prof.). New Delhi: Academic Foundation. III. Parasuraman · · · · · · Corporate Social Responsibility and Human Rights. Nayar · · · Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV in China and the USA: A Comparative Analysis. T. Deshpande (Eds. Saritha C. 4. Parasuraman and Mr. Administrators. Parasuraman Research Council. Are SSR Institutions Bartering Autonomy with Respect to Grantees.T. New Delhi. S. NHRC Journal. Asian Social Work and Social Policy Review. 2011. 417–431. 2011. The Times of India Higher Education. Ashwani Kumar · · Hinduism-Related Movements in India. Parasuraman Prof. Parasuraman and Dr. 2010. 71(3). A Narrative of Society.V. Encyclopedia of Global Studies. 6(1). 2011 Ongoing Prof.). Social Science Research in India. The Indian Journal of Social Work.? In M. In A. S. Madhushree Sekher Prof. Juergensmeyerand H. 2010.S. 2010. Kerala Australia Research Council. 2011. Karp (Ed. 2010 Draft report ready Mar. etc. Prof. S. India Armed Violence Assessment Project of Small Arms Survey.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Research Projects and Other Projects Title of the Project Sponsor Date of Sanction/Commencement Present Position In-Charge DIRECTOR’S OFFICE TISS-IDBI-LAHDC Reconstruction and Development Programme Rehabilitating the Beggars: An Assessment of the Rehabilitation Programmes in Beggar’s Home in Bangalore Documenting Sustainable Holistic Agricultural Development Evaluation Study of NREGA in Kerala Institutions for Food Security: Global Insights from Rural India* TISS-ANI: Sustainable Livelihood Project* Tata LAHDC Development Support Programme IDBI Apr. and Dr. 2011 Ongoing Prof. January 2011. Government of Australia The Sustainable Indigenous Futures Fund (SIF) Jamsetji Tata Trust Sep. Gender Discrimination and the Girl Child: Perspective and Plan of Action (in Conference Report). 247–257. Information of Labour and Social Protection in India. S.
Mumbai TISS REGISTRAR Prof. S. Banaras Hindu University. Patna · Member. Mangalore · Member. Mumbai 23 . Ministry of Environment and Forest. Parasuraman · Member. Usha S. 2011 Mar. 2010 International Conference in Family Studies TISS. Parasuraman Jan. Mumbai TISS Ms. Advisory Committee.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 REGISTRAR Prof. New Delhi · Co-opted Member. Neela Dabir Feb. (co-author) Seminars. Bangalore · UGC Nominee. 6. Chennai · Member. Gulati Institute of Finance and Taxation. 2011. Governing Body. New Delhi · Member. New Delhi · Member. 11–Apr. Mumbai · Member. Delhi: Sage Publication. Child Line. New Delhi · Member. Mumbai UGC. Neela Dabir Patna Executive Committee Membership and other Official Positions in Academic. 2010 National Workshop on Human Rights-based Development* Certificate Course on Child Protection and Counselling TISS. Pushpendra Kumar Singh and Prof. 16–18. Academic Council. University Grants Commission. Dehradun · Member. Academic Council. Policy Research Committee. Lina Kashyap Oct. International Institute of Population Sciences.T. 21–25. Mumbai and Nairobi for Street-living Children. Institute of Rural Management. School of Social Work. National Legal Knowledge Council. University Grants Commission (UGC) DEPUTY DIRECTOR Prof. Tamil Nadu · Member. 2011 Mumbai and Tuljapur UNICEF Prof. S. Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Faculty-in-Charge Date Name of the Programme Place Sponsor DIRECTOR AND DIRECTOR’S OFFICE Prof. Advisory Board/Mentor. Advisory Committee. and National Human Rights Commission UNICEF Prof. IRMA Society and Governing Board. Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education. S. Varanasi · Member. Neela Dabir · From Street to Hope: Faith Based and Secular Programmes in Los Angeles. Indian Institute of Mass Communication. Bangalore · UGC Representative. Roshni Nilaya. Central University of Tamil Nadu. Bar Council of India. 18–22. 2010 New Delhi and Mumbai TISS. Azim Premji University. Anand · Member. Governing Board. Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development. Governing Body. Saritha C. 3– Jun. Kerala · External Expert. 2–8. Nayar Feb. New Delhi · Member. Parasuraman Jan. National Human Rights Commission. 29. Executive Council. Conferences. Mumbai Child Watch International Prof. National Law School of India University. Governing Board. 6. Core Group on Right to Food. High Level Advisory Committee for ascertaining pari-passu compliance on environmental measures for Sardar Sarovar Project. 2011 Nov. Governing Body. Expert Committee for Evaluating the Research Studies under the Focussed Area of Nano-Science and Biology of Madurai Kamaraj University. Central University of Bihar. 2011 International Workshop on Violence Against Children in the Asia Pacific Region* Capacity Building of District Facilitators through Training and Knowledge Networking Training and Capacity Building of Executive Councillors of LAHDC TISS-EPW Workshop on Exploratory Data Analysis TISS. Government and Non-Government Organisations DIRECTOR Prof.
Parents and Other Rehabilitation Professionals'. Ministry of Rural Development. Advisory Committee. Committee for Reform and Revamping of NIRD. Vadodara · Member. Mumbai Member. Expert Group on Job Card for MGNREGA. Ministry of Rural Development. Door Step School. Hyderabad Member. Rehabilitation Council of India. Department of Women and Child Development. Council for Advancement of People’s Action and Rural Technology. Pushpendra Kumar Singh · · · · Chairperson.S. Ad-hoc Board of Studies in Special Education. Executive Committee. Council for Advancement of People’s Action and Rural Technology. Mumbai Member. Thiruvananthapuram · External Expert. New Delhi Member. Matribhumi Trust. International Association of Schools of Social Work. Ashwani Kumar · · · · · · · · · · · · Member. NIRD. Hyderabad & New Delhi Member. University Grants Commission. Ministry of Rural Development. New Delhi DIRECTOR'S OFFICE Prof. Coordination Group for Working Groups for MGNREGA. Banyan Academy of Leadership Information in Mental Health. Sub-Group on Capacity Building and Monitoring. Bhubaneswar Trustee. M. Faculty of Social Work. Governing Board. Expert Group for Formulating Research Methodology for Studies on MGNREGA. Ministry of Rural Development. Executive Committee. Mohanlal Sukhadia University. Government of India. Executive Committee. New Delhi Dr. Government of India. Mumbai Member. Project Review and Steering Group for the Project ‘Setting up of Distance Training Facility for Special Educators. Ministry of Rural Development. Expert Committee of SAP. Lucknow University. Sub-committee on Reform and Revamping of NIRD. Central Employment Guarantee Council. Mumbai. NIRD. Government of Maharashtra. National Institute for Visual Handicap. International Beliefs and Values Institute (IBAVI). Working Group on Capacity Building For MGNREGA. C-DAC. University of Baroda. National Working Group for Formulating Model for Converging MGNREGA with the Schemes of Ministry of Tribal Affairs. Dehradun. New Delhi DEPUTY DIRECTOR Prof. State-Level Advisory Committee on Adoption. CRY (Child Right and You). New Delhi Member. New York · Member. USA Prof. New Delhi Member. New Delhi · External Expert. Ministry of Rural Development. Expert Group on Formulation of Research Methodology under MGNREGA. Nayar · · Vice President. Adoption Coordinating Agency. Mumbai · Member. Government of India. Government of India. Pune 24 .ANNUAL · · · · · · · · · · REPORT 2010 – 11 Trustee. Ministry of Rural Development. Hyderabad Member. Bangalore Member. New Delhi · Member. New Delhi Member. Rehabilitation Council of India. Dayanand Anglo Vedic Schools and Colleges. International Journal for Advancement of Counseling. Ministry of Rural Development. Mumbai Founder Member. NIRD. Ministry of Rural Development. Sub-Committee of Experts. Research Committee. Neela Dabir · · Founder Member. Governing Board. Svaraj. Hyderabad Member. NIRD. Usha S. Mumbai · Chairperson. National Thermal Power Corporation. New Delhi Member. New Delhi Member. Mumbai Member. Expert Group on Award for Excellence in MGNREGA Administration. Rajasthan Member. Udaipur Member. Governing Board. Editorial Board. Editorial Board. Advisory Council. New Delhi Member. Plan India. Jai Ho Trust. New Delhi Member. Council for Advancement of People’s Action and Rural Technology. Tarun Bharat Sangh. International Association of Counselling. New Delhi Member. Mumbai REGISTRAR Prof. SIRDs and ETCs under the Committee on Restructuring NIRD and SIRDs. Sub-Group on Social Mobilisation. Chennai Trustee. Sub-Group on Preparing Innovative RM for MGNREGA. Governing Board. New Delhi · External Expert. Ministry of Rural Development. Ministry of Rural Development. New Delhi Chairperson. Advisory Committee for Centre of Initiative for Innovation and Development Action. Department of Special Assistance under UGC’s Special Assistance Programme. Lina Kashyap · Member. Hyderabad Member. Expert Group on National Level Monitors. SNDT Women’s University. Advisory Board. Door Step School. Government of India. National Governing Council. Advisory Body. and SIRDs. Journal of International Social Work. United Kingdom · Member. Lucknow · Chairperson. Ministry of Rural Development. Bombay First.
Gurgaon Presented a Paper The Role of Values and Ethics in Educational Reforms ANNUAL Prof. Ashwani Kumar International Conference on Combating Poverty in a Market Driven World Presented a Paper MGNREGA and Creation of Economic Opportunities for the Poor Central University of Gujarat Resource Person - 2010 Prof. Pushpendra Kumar Singh National Training Workshop on Human Rights-based Development Prof. S. Usha S. Mumbai Feb. 2011 Mumbai Feb.Faculty Participation in/Contribution to Conferences. 7–8. 2011 TISs Ladakh Team Prof. 4. 2. 2011 Fair Trade and TISS Gandhinagar Feb. Pushpendra Kumar Singh Training and Capacity Building of Executive Councillors of LAHDC Resource Person - 11 . 2011 TISS. Pushpendra Kumar Singh National Consultation on ‘From Social Protection to Social Justice: Addressing Issues of Poverty and Exclusion in India’ Mumbai Mar. 7–8. Seminars. Parasuraman International Conference on Combating Poverty in a Market Driven World Chaired the Valedictory Session Social Entrepreneurship in Current Global Economic Context Educational Technology and Management Academy (ETMA). China Feb. Mumbai Mar. Usha S. S. 2011 Prof. Workshops and Training Programmes Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Faculty Title of the Programme DIRECTOR’S OFFICE Sriperumbudur Mar. 2011 Mumbai Jan. 18–19. 7–9. 2011 Mumbai Feb. University Grants Commission (UGC). 21. Parasuraman Seminar on Mental Wellbeing for the Knowledge Economy Beijing. 18–19. 2011 SANPAD and South African Embassy to the Peoples Republic of China TISS. 2011 Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development TISS and South Asia Regional Committee of International Council of Social Welfare (ICSW) Vandrevala Foundation Moderated a Panel Discussion Presented a Paper Chaired a Session Chaired a Session Emerging Trends in Research in Psychology and its Applications Prof. 6. Pushpendra Kumar Singh Curriculum Conceptualisation Workshop for Postgraduate in Social Management – Prof. and National Human Rights Commission Creative Handicrafts - Dr. 2011 New Delhi Feb. Ashwani Kumar Rural Development Thematic International Conference State. 28– Mar. Nayar International Conference on Indian Education: The Positive Turmoil REPORT Dr. Nayar Ist Indian Youth Social Science Congress Prof. 6. Poverty and Democracy in India: Multiplier Effects of MGNREGA Resource Person - 25 TISS.
2010 Dept. 10. Livelihood and Economic Security in the 21st Century: India and South Africa Research Cluster New Delhi Nov. Parasuraman Seminar on the Fringes of Globalisation: Socio-Economic Processes and the Marginalised Mumbai Dec. Trondheim. Usha S. 3. Ashwani Kumar 11 TISS-ICDD Workshop on the Work. 2010 Ford Foundation and St. 4. S. Annual Conference of IASSI and Knowledge Forum Dr. Xavier’s College Keynote Address 2010 – Dr. 2010 NIRD Presented Draft Curriculum Rural Development and Governance Prof. 11–12. 2010 TISS. Nayar 12th Conference on Social and Community Psychology Ms. S. 11–12. Ashwani Kumar Workshop on Research Methodology for MGNREGA Prof. Ashwani Kumar Workshop on Lab-to-Land Initiative . Ashwani Kumar Training and Capacity Building of Executive Councillors of LAHDC REPORT Prof. of Psychology. Saritha C.T. Parasuraman National Workshop on Disaster Risk Reduction through Schools in Guwahati Dr. 29–30. 2010 Guwahati Hyderabad Oct.Faculty Mumbai Jan. Norway Asian Population Association Chaired a Session MGNREGA: A Critical Assessment Prof. 2010 Indian Institute of TechnologyBombay Mumbai Nov. 2011 TISS Ladakh Team Coordinated a Session Capacity Building of Councillors from Ladakh in Rural Development and Panchayati Raj - Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session ANNUAL Dr. Norway Poverty Dynamics 26 Keynote Address Rethinking Care in a Global Context: Mental Health Concerns of Children and Adolescents Presented a Paper Does Changes in S&T Explain Dynamics in Human Capital? An Enquiry into Emerging Trends in Nursing Labour Market National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD) Oct. 16–20. 2010 ActionAid Presented a Paper Participatory Equity Research Methods for MGNREGA Keynote Address Poverty. Parasuraman Asian Population Association Conference Trondheim. Mumbai Presented a Paper Mumbai Dec. 18. 2010 Nov. S. 28–29. NTNU. Vulnerability and Challenges of DRR Mumbai Nov.
Nayar Children’s Rights: Issues and Concerns Keynote Address 27 Tamil Nadu Jul. Louis. Ashwani Kumar National Workshop of Experts from National Institutes on Rural Development Schemes and Strengthening PRIs Gandhinagar Oct.Faculty Udaipur Oct. Parasuraman Stakeholder Consultation on Tackling the Agriculture-Nutrition Disconnect in India New Delhi Aug. 12. Pushpendra Kumar Singh Curriculum Conceptualisation Workshop for Postgraduate in Social Management St. 2010 Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD). 2010 Hyderabad Jul. Australia and University of Sydney Inaugural Address - 2010 Prof. 4-5-. 23. CROP Norway and the Pennsylvania State University. S. Usha S. S. 1–3. 2010 NIRD Hyderabad MoRD. S. 25. 2010 Jun. Ashwani Kumar Workshop on Governance Reforms for MGNREGA Presented a Paper Capacity Building Reforms Dr. S. 2010 USA Jun. 28–29. 14–15. 2010 New Delhi Jul. Parasuraman Symposium on the Global Energy Future Social Aspects of Energy in India Prof. Nayar Discussant University of Bergen. 20. Ashwani Kumar Workshop on MGNREGA’s Research Methodology Presented a Paper Research Methodology ANNUAL Dr. 2010 DAV Forum New Delhi Sep. Parasuraman Workshop on Enhancing Human Security in the Context of Climate Change Academy of Social Sciences. and Mc Donnell International Scholars Academy International Food Policy Research Institute Special Invitee Panellist Prof. USA – 11 The Forgotten Half: A Working Conference for Collaborative Research on Child Poverty Child Poverty in India: Brief Overview and Gaps for Research . GoI Presented a Paper Governance and Rural Development Programmes Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Dr. 2010 Developing Research Paper on Agriculture-Nutrition Linkages Prof. 30. Parasuraman Disaster Preparedness and Management Policy for Tamil Nadu Rajiv Gandhi Chair for Panchayati Raj Studies and Action Aid India National Council of Applied Economic Research Dr. GoI Mumbai Jun. Usha S. USA Oct. 2010 Gender Discrimination and the Girl Child: Perspective and Plan of Action Keynote Address Addressing Multiple Vulnerability Prof. Ashwani Kumar National Consultation on National Rural Livelihood Mission Presented a Paper Institutions of Poor REPORT Prof. Louis. St. 2010 Washington University. 12–13. 24–26. 2010 Central University of Gujarat Resource Person - Prof.
2010 Resource Person Indian Council for Child Welfare. Tamil Nadu. Lina Kashyap Seminar on Development and Change REPORT Prof. 11. 13. 13. for Education in Family Studies . 2011 Srinivas Institute of Management Studies Keynote Address Education and Development: The TISS Experience Prof. 22. Neela Dabir 28 Learnshop on Development of International M. 2010 University of Nebraska Participant Preparation of Lesson Plans for International Master's Programme in Family Studies Prof. Lina Kashyap – Second National Conference on Child Abuse for Multi Disciplinary Professionals Lincoln. Lina Kashyap Learnshop on Development of International M.A. 2010 Ministry of Women and Child Development. 17. Chennai Sep. Lina Kashyap Guidelines for Placement of Children in Foster Family Care and Sponsorship Programmes through the ICPS Porur. for Education in Family Studies REGISTRAR Lincoln. USA Jun. and Sri Ramachandra University University of Nebraska Paricipant 2010 Prof. GoI Resource Person Draft Guidelines Mar. 30– Jul.Faculty Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session ANNUAL DEPUTY DIRECTOR Mangalore New Delhi Nov.A. USA Jun 30– Jul. 25– Dec. 2010 Overview of Factors Leading to Child Abuse in India Preparation of Lesson Plans for International Master's Programme in Family Studies 11 Prof.
T Jayaraman Chairperson: Dr. Amita Bhide Mr. Ratoola Kundu Dr. Lalitha Kamath Centre for Urban Policy and Governance Centre for Water Policy and Governance Dr. Himanshu Burte Centre for Science. Sanjeev Chandorkar Dr. Technology and Society Chairperson: Prof. Geetanjoy Sahu Annual Report 2010–2011 29 . Subodh Wagle Dr.SCHOOL OF HABITAT STUDIES Dean: Prof.
and (iv) financial inclusion. and consulting institutions. 2010’ in Mumbai. including social sciences. Gauthans. Climate Change. • ‘ “Urbanised” ’ Society?: Slums. Pune. China. Each of these themes was developed through a case study and to understand these case studies. the SoHS organised the ‘National Consultation Workshop on National Green Tribunal Act. The second batch of students selected from different disciplines. professional development practitioners. Tsinghua University. The faculty profile of the School has been enhanced with the appointment of experts in planning and architecture. students of the partner organisations/university were divided in smaller groups to explore all dimensions. medicine. All these contributed to a rich learning process for faculty and students alike. planning and law are also shaping up well. The objective of the WI was to bring students. civil society organisations. Mumbai. life sciences. Wrongs and Public Interest: Enquiries into Changing Role of State vis-à-vis Sovereignty. As part of its public interface. Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Participation in/Contribution to Seminars. Impoverishment and the Return of the Contract’ by Dr. Eminent Domain. public institutions. The research and extension activities of the School gathered momentum this year. The WI provided students with an intense experience in understanding and explaining community while working in trans-disciplinary teams. Director. QUICK FACTS Faculty Members Research Projects and Other Projects Field Action Projects Publications Seminars. New Politics Program. Transnational Institute. Amsterdam. actors involved in the process. and applying system dynamics modeling methodology to the problem of solid waste management. (2) Consultation towards Policy Formulation. Popular Material Preparation and Advocacy of Climate Change. As a part of the project. Water and Telecommunications Sector’ by Dr. • ‘Reinventing Public Services in Latin America: Experiences from the Electricity. engineering. Postdoctoral Fellow. and produce a case document on the thematic area that detailed the architecture of the problem. environmental law and governance. Conferences.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 SCHOOL OF HABITAT STUDIES The focus of the School of Habitat Studies (SoHS) for 2010–2011 has been its Masters in Habitat Policy and Practice programme. Workshops and Training Programmes Papers Presented 8 8 2 9 7 25 4 . Conferences. (iii) solid waste management. and (3) Energy. In collaboration with The Access Initiative (TAI). drivers of the problem. and Sustainable Development Thematic Conference. the school has been successful in expanding the network of collaborating academic institutions. In addition to this. (ii) affordable housing. whose first batch of 11 students will be graduating in this Convocation. climate change. the SoHS also organised public lectures by distinguished scholars and activists. Tamil Nadu and Orissa—with the help of 4 renowned academic institutions in these states. Through these activities. and faculty members working in these thematic areas to apply the CDSD and SRF analytical tools to the selected themes in order to deepen their understanding of the linkages among these facets. and (iii) Inter-disciplinary nature: Working in a (sub) group with students of diverse backgrounds and skill sets helped students to see through several different disciplinary angles and lenses. One of the School's innovative programmes is the Winter Institute (WI). and ‘Lifestyle City’ in Kalyan-Dombivli. India’. Daniel Chavez. The WI focused on four inter-related themes: (i) water. This innovative pedagogical approach included three key features: (i) Methodology: Students learnt through a process of simultaneous fieldbased exploration and analytical thinking. PRAYAS. The School also organised a series of workshops on climate change: (1) Global Carbon Budgets and Equity in Climate Change. University of Amsterdam • ‘Towards Slum-Accommodating Cities?’ by Prof. Madhya Pradesh. internationally recognised expert on law and poverty. public finance. and Community of Resource Organisations for Literacy. Beijing. independent researchers. • ‘Changing Ideas of Rights. faculty members of the school are involved in research and project work on housing. Tara van Dijk. and potential solutions to addressing the problem. Set up in 2009. (ii) Group work: Students worked in groups and each played different roles in the larger group effort depending on their strengths and interests. New Delhi. water sector reforms. thematic research work was also undertaken on 3 different themes: public-private partnership models in the urban sector. Usha Ramanathan. community 30 participation. by Dr. which was organised this year in collaboration with the University of Washington at St Louis. planning. the Urban India Reform Facility (UIRF) has been extended to 4 more states (in addition to Maharashtra)—Rajasthan. Qin Hui.
T. Canada May 2009 Ongoing Research Council. media communication. · To help them undertake policy advocacy for rethinking the policies and decisions that led to diversion of agricultural water. Geetanjoy Sahu Prof. 2009 Completed Prof. Sanjeev Chandorkar. Objectives : · To build awareness and understanding among different civil society groups and political parties on the issue of diversion of agricultural water. T. TISS Aug. Faculty-in-Charge : Prof. 2010 Draft paper submitted Prof. 2010 Present Position In-Charge Review of Urban Water Systems in India from the Perspective of Security and Sustainability Review of Reforms related to Independent Regulatory Authorities in the Water Sector of India from the Perspective of Security and Sustainability Climate Change and Energy A Study of Community Participation Law in Maharashtra as part of Urban India Reform Observatory (UIRF) Study of Diversion of Irrigation Water from Different Dams in Maharashtra for Urban and Industrial Use State Level Background Paper on Urbanisation and Urban Governance in Maharashtra as part of UIRF National Level Background Paper on Urban Issues and Concerns Laying Foundations of UIRF - Draft paper submitted Prof. Jayaraman Mr. Subodh Wagle 31 . Amita Bhide Field Action Projects Organisation of Awareness Campaign and Coalition Meetings with Civil Society Organisations on the Issue of Diversion of Agricultural Water. and Ford Foundation Sep. Amita Bhide Ford Foundation Jul. Lalitha Kamath and Dr. Dr. 2009 Draft paper written and published on the UIRF website Ongoing Mr. 2010 Ongoing Report writing in progress Prof. Subodh Wagle - Dec. 2010 Jul. 2009 Dr. supporting organisation of large public meetings and lobbying with different stakeholders. Sanjeev Chandorkar and Dr. Geetanjoy Sahu Ford Foundation Jun. Subodh Wagle World Wildlife Fund Ford Foundation Dec. Sanjeev Chandorkar and Dr. Subodh Wagle Ford Foundation Jul. Amita Bhide Research Council.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Research Projects and Other Projects Title of the Project Sponsor Date of Sanction/Commencement Dec. Jayaraman Globalisation of Innovation: R&D Outsourcing in India and China Engendered Citizenship and Local Governance in Maharashtra* IDRC. Programmes : · Small meetings.: 2010 Mumbai and Pune. estd. 2008 Completed Dr. 2009 Ongoing Mr. Dr. TISS. Ratoola Kundu.
Global Civil Society 2011: Globality and the Absence of Justice. Lalitha Kamath · Infrastructures of Consent: Interrogating Citizen Participation Mandates in Indian Urban Governance. · Inter-cultural and inter-disciplinary team work. Environment and Development. Mumbai: Urban Design Research Institute. 2011. estd. Programmes : 13-day Winter Institute on four inter-related themes: (i) water. 2011. (ii) affordable housing. Amita Bhide · From the Margins: Experiences of Low Income Communities in Mumbai vis-à-vis Changing Patterns of Service Delivery. In Proceedings of the Fifth South Asia Water Research Conference on Globalisation of Governance: Implications for Water Management in South Asia. Revisited: Urban Theory from Chicago. Mumbai Reader ’09. Thimphu. · Thematic knowledge through systems of dynamic modelling and social relations framework. Clapson. Los Angeles. Dr. (co-author) Prof. Albrow and H. 2011. In P. 26. Ratoola Kundu Dec. Litigation Against Corporation for Human Rights.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Winter Institute. Joshi (Ed. In D.). · Seminars. (co-author) Implementation of Environmental Judgments in Context: A Comparative Analysis of Dahanu Thermal Power Plant Pollution Case in Maharashtra and Vellore Leather Industrial Pollution Case in Tamil Nadu. Judd and D. 2010. (iii) solid waster management. 3. 20. 2010. T. Research in Urban Sociology (Volume 10): Suburbanization in Global Society. 2010. 6(3). Prof. SaciWaters. Law. Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press.R. Journal of South Asia Water (Studies Special Issue on ‘Changing Water Governance in India: Taking the Longer View’). (co-author) Need for Reforming the Reforms: Incompatibility and Usurpation of Water Sector Reforms in the Indian State of Maharashtra. 2010. 3-5 May 2010. 2011. UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited. 2010 The Promise of the Street: Hawkers and the Poetics of Space Equitable Access to Carbon Space TISS. Jayaraman · Global Carbon Budgets and Equity in Climate Change: Proceedings of Conference held at TISS on June 28-29. Dr. Conferences. Objectives : · Field-based learning. 49–78.). and New York. 2010 Cancun. 2011. Geetanjoy Sahu · · · Community Based Environmental Governance and Local Justice. Subodh Wagle · New Laws Establishing Independent Regulatory Agencies in the Indian Water Sector: Long Term Implications for Governance. T.: 2011 Mumbai. Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Faculty-in-Charge Prof. 18–21. In M. Bhutan. Economic and Political Weekly. (co-author) Dr. TISS Dr.). In M. 2011. GoI 32 . Simpson (Eds. 2(1). GoI SoHS. Mumbai Prof. T. Lalitha Kamath Faculty-in-Charge : Publications Dr.). 2011 Name of the Programme BASIC Countries Experts Meeting Place New Delhi Sponsor Ministry of Environment and Forests. R. Seckinelgin (Eds. UK. 46(4). Jayaraman Date Feb. The City. and (iv) financial inclusion. Sussex. (co-author) Dr. Ratoola Kundu · · The City and its Politics: Informal and Contested. Hutchison (Eds. Jayaraman Dec. (co-author) Building for What and Whom? New Town Development as Planned Suburbanization in China and India. Mumbai: Tata Institute of Social Sciences. Mexico Ministry of Environment and Forests. United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan. IDS Working Paper 362.
Geetanjoy Sahu and Dr. Planning Commission. 16. Lalitha Kamath Date Jul. Government of India. 28–29. Committee to Draft Guidelines on Sustainability for PSUs. 2010 Place TISS. New Delhi Member. Subodh Wagle · Member. Amita Bhide · Trustee. 16.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Faculty-in-Charge Dr. T. Department of Public Enterprises. Lalitha Kamath Jul. New Delhi Prof. Resource Support and Centre for Development. Kolkata Dr. Navi Mumbai 33 . 19. Mumbai Sponsor Ford Foundation Dr. GoI TISS and TAI. T. Indian Statistical Institute. Government of India. New Delhi Prof. Jayaraman · · Member. Geetanjoy Sahu Jun. 2010 Name of the Programme Tools and Resource Kits Validation Workshop on the Project ‘Laying Foundations of UIRF' Planning Workshop on Rethinking Informal Labour in Globalising Landscapes of India Global Carbon Budgets and Equity in Climate Change National Consultation Workshop on National Green Tribunal Act. 2010 Jun. 2010 TISS TISS. Jayaraman Dr. 2010 Chennai Madras Institute of Development Studies Ministry of Environment and Forests. Mumbai Executive Committee Membership and other Official Positions in Academic. Project Planning and Evaluation Committee. Working Group on Water Governance. Government and Non-Government Organisations Prof.
2011 Lucknow Singapore Dr. Ratoola Kundu 11 JNNURM: Challenges and Opportunities—SAP Inception Workshop TISS Sep. 3–4. 18–22.ANNUAL Faculty Participation in/Contribution to Conferences. Lalitha Kamath Decentralisation and Urban Transformations in Asia . TISS Participant Made a Presentation University of Amsterdam and School of Planning and Architecture. 2010 Nov. 2010 Made a Presentation School of Rural Management. 24–25. 2011 Delhi Mar. SOPPECOM. South California and Center for Policy Research Mar. India Participant - 34 Delhi Mar. 27. Workshops and Training Programmes Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Faculty Title of the Programme DEAN'S OFFICE Delhi Feb. Ratoola Kundu SAP Preparatory Workshop CENTRE FOR URBAN PLANNING AND GOVERNANCE Pune Apr. and TISS UIRF. 23–25. 21. Amita Bhide The 21st Century Indian City: Setting the Agenda for Urbanisation in India Dr. Ratoola Kundu Using Spatial Information in Urban Governance Networks Bhubaneshwar Indore 2010 Dr. University of Berkeley. University of Berkeley. 23–25. KIIT. 2011 Dec. 2010 Dr. Orissa Indore School of Social Work. 10–11. New Delhi Participant - REPORT Dr. Forum for Policy Dialogue on Water Conflicts in India Center for South Asian Studies. National University of Singapore. Ratoola Kundu SAP Inception Workshop–Orissa Introduction to the UIRF in the Context of Urbanising India Introduction to Urban India Reforms Facility - – Dr. Seminars. South California and Center for Policy Research Center for South Asian Studies. 10–11. Lalitha Kamath The 21st Century Indian City: Setting the Agenda for Urbanisation in India Presented a Paper The Social Life of Cities Dr. 2011 Mar. and The Asia Foundation Presented a Paper Rural Water Access: Governance and Contestation in a Semi-Arid Watershed in Udaipur. Amita Bhide National Workshop on Political Inclusion of Migrants Discussant Presented a Paper Political Exclusion and Right to Shelter of Migrants Decentralisation and Local Governance: Innovation in Service Delivery in South and South-East Asia Dr. 2011 Aajeevika Bureau Asia Resource Institute. Lalitha Kamath Workshop on Water Justice in South Asia Dr. 2011 Wageningen University.
Lalitha Kamath State Academic Partners Workshop Chennai . Amita Bhide International Colloquium on Displacement in a Plural World Issues in Displacement in Asia Dr.D. 2010 Jun. Center for Planning and Technology University International Federation of Catholic Universities The Asia Foundation. 4. 4. Jaipur Made a Presentation 35 Mumbai Oct.Faculty Mumbai Feb. 24–25. College Special Invitee Participant Chaired a Session FSI and Urban Form Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Dr. 25. 2010 YUVA and MANTHAN Panellist Mr. 29. 2010 Special Invitee Facilitator Mumbai Aug. 21–23. School of Planning & Architecture and ITC/University of Twente M. Lalitha Kamath State Academic Partners Workshop Jaipur—UIRF Jaipur Nov. 2010 Institute of Development Studies. 30–31. 4. 6. 2010 Mahila Arthik Vikas Mahamandal Center for Social Equity. Amita Bhide Negotiating Urban Form in Mumbai Delhi Feb. 2011 Urban Design Research Institute University of Amsterdam. Lalitha Kamath Closing Workshop of the Programme to Enhance Capacity in Social Accountability Enhancing Capacity in Social Accountability REPORT Mr. Colombia Phnom Penh. T. 2010 Chaired a Session Bogota. Mexico Dec. 2011 Dr. 2–10. Amita Bhide National Workshop on Security of Tenure - ANNUAL Dr. Jayaraman – 11 COP 16 of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) . 2011 Dr. 29. 2010 UNFCCC Participant (as a member of the GoI delegation) Prof. Cambodia Jun. Sanjeev Chandorkar Future of Self Help Groups in Maharashtra - Dr. Cambodia Panellist Ahmedabad Aug. 2010 Madras Institute of Development Studies Made a Presentation Social History of Migration in Mumbai Dr. Lalitha Kamath Utilising Spatial Information Infrastructures in Urban Governance Networks to Tackle Deprivations in Urban India Mumbai Jan. Amita Bhide National Seminar on Psychological and Political Perspectives on Migration Chennai Dec. Sanjeev Chandorkar Private–Public Partnership - 2010 CENTRE FOR SCIENCE. TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY Cancun.UIRF Laying the Foundations of UIRF: Introduction and Overview Laying the Foundations of UIRF: Introduction and Overview Dr.
2010 Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Presented a Paper Jul. New Delhi Participant - 2010 Dr. Institutional Arrangements and Strategies— A Conference of the Eu-SPRI Forum and the UT Institute for Innovation and Governance Studies The Netherlands Oct. Geetanjoy Sahu Reforms in Environmental Regulation Participant - . Geetanjoy Sahu 11 Tentative Governance in Emerging Science and Technology: Actor Constellations. T. GoI Participant Tentative Governance In Emerging Science and Technology 36 New Delhi May 25. Geetanjoy Sahu Litigation Against Corporation for Human Rights – Dr. Geetanjoy Sahu Lusaka Agreement Task Force and Wildlife Enforcement Monitoring System - Dr. 5–6. ITC. 2010 Dr. Enschede Participant Feb. China Apr.Faculty Rio de Janeiro. 5–7. 2010 Ministry of Environment. 23–24. Government of Brazil Made a Presentation Equity: The Carbon Budget Approach Global Carbon Budgets. 28–29. Emissions Trajectories and Burden Sharing in Mitigation Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session ANNUAL Prof. 2010 University of Twente. 2010 Department of Urban and Regional Planning and Geo-Information Management. Enschede Ministry of Environment and Forests. Brazil Beijing. Jayaraman CASS Workshop on Carbon Budgets REPORT CENTRE FOR WATER POLICY AND GOVERNANCE Goa The Netherlands Nov. 15–16. Jayaraman BASIC Experts Meeting Prof. 2011 Human Rights Law Networking. T.
Yesudian Dr.A. Sivakami Dr. Nilesh Gawade Centre for Public Health Centre for Hospital Management Chairperson: Dr.SCHOOL OF HEALTH SYSTEMS STUDIES Dean: Prof. Laxmi Kant Dwivedi Centre for Health Policy. Anil Kumar Prof. M.K. K. V. Kanchan Mukherjee Dr. C. Sandhya Ramakrishnan Centre for Health and Social Sciences Chairperson: Dr. Harshad Thakur Dr. M. Mariappan Dr. Gowri Annual Report 2010–2011 37 . Shalini Bharat Dr. Shankar Das Dr. Narendra Kakade Dr. Soumitra Ghosh Dr. Mathew George Dr. Planning and Management Chairperson: Dr. Hemal Shroff Chairperson: Prof.
in International Health Policy spent 6 weeks with the School for their project work and were guided by Prof. 2011 Initiated Dr. Economics and Finance. Prof. Three research proposals were prepared to seek funds from international agencies. Of the three proposals the one submitted to the European Commission has been approved for funding. 2011 Present Position In-Charge Migration. Harshad Thakkur Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Nov. They worked with LSE faculty on research proposals and joint publications. • Three Master of Public Health students went to the Minnesota School of Public Health in USA. The LSE-SHSS collaboration has so far produced 22 research papers. Nilesh Gawade ICMR Mar. some of which have been published. C. The SHSS revamped the curriculum of all its 4 postgraduate degree programmes to rationalise the teaching of the courses.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 SCHOOL OF HEALTH SYSTEMS STUDIES The School of Health Systems Studies (SHSS) introduced a new Master's programme in Public Health in Health Policy. Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Participation in/Contribution to Seminars. The revamped curriculum was offered from this academic year. visited LSE in London for 2 months under the faculty development fellowship. M. TISS European Commission Sep. Shankar Das and Prof. Susan Riffkin from LSE spent 6 weeks as the Tata Chair Professor and was involved with teaching and joint publication work with the faculty of the School. K.Sc. Poverty and Access to Healthcare: A Multicentric Study on People's Access and Health Systems’ Responsiveness in Mumbai Metro City Mental Health of People Living with HIV/AIDS in India: Implication for Policy and Programmes Synthetic Impact Assessment of Collective HIV Prevention Programmes in Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu* Parsis of India* Socially Inclusive Health Care Financing in West Asia and India Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR) Initiated Dr. 2010 Sep. Workshops and Training Programmes Papers Presented 16 12 2 15 10 41 8 Research Projects and Other Projects Title of the Project Sponsor Date of Sanction/Commencement Apr. Conferences. V. Shalini Bharat and Dr. Harshad Thakur. Two faculty members of the School. Shalini Bharat Prof. 2 students of M.K. Dr. • Under the LSE-TISS collaboration. M. This programme was developed in collaboration with the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) under the LSE-TISS Project. some have been submitted for publication and others are under preparation. Soumitra Ghosh 38 . and had faculty members from LSE teaching three courses of this programme. Mariappan and Dr.A. Anil Kumar. Conferences. The SHSS faculty gave them lectures and guided them in their field work and assignments. Anil Kumar Research Council. QUICK FACTS Faculty Research Projects and Other Projects Field Action Projects Publications Seminars. Sivakami and Dr. The SHSS facilitated the following student exchange programmes: • 3 students from the Harvard School of Public Health spent 3 weeks with the SHSS to undergo a one module course on Urban Health. Yesudian and Dr. Gowri. K. Prof. 2010 Ongoing Initiated Prof. which will be credited to their programme. update the syllabus of different courses. and to introduce new courses. Shalini Bharat and Dr. 2010 Initiated Prof.
Jyoti Vajale. Sunita Degimal and Ms. · Health Education Project Staff : Ms. Sponsor Objective Programmes : : : PATH. Shalini Bharat Tata Trust Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development. Ms. Vaishali and Mr. Yoga and Naturopathy Therapies for Diabetes Knowledge Network to Document Programmatic Learnings from Avahan. Ms. Sponsor Objective Programmes : : : Community Capacity Development. Nanda Suryawanshi. · Conduction of behavioural change communication sessions through Project CHWs. 2008 Completed Final report submitted Prof. estd.K. estd. 2010 Aug. 2009 Data analysis Prof. 2010 Present Position In-Charge Induced Abortion in India User’s Perceptions about Ayurveda. Dr. Ms. the India AIDS Initiative: A Documentation Grant Management of Health Human Resources with Reference to ASHA Community and the Health Care Providers’ Perspective on Male Controlled Biological Option in India: An ICMR Task-Force Study User Fees in Public Health Sector in Maharashtra Construction of National Youth Development Index* SHSS. Improving Health Status through Social Development. 2010 Report finalisation Dr.. Capacity building of community-based organisations in the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation area to improve maternal and natal health services among the urban poor. Shankar Das Dr. C. Mainabai Gawde. Harshad Thakkur and Dr. Anil Kumar Field Action Projects Sure Start Project. TISS Real Medicine Foundation. Shobha Jumde. Soumitra Ghosh Dr. Ms.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Title of the Project Sponsor Date of Sanction/Commencement Sep. K. Shalini Bharat Self Mar. Mathew George May 2010 Ongoing Prof. Meena Bhosale. Anita Kamble. Ms. 2009 Apr. Avantika Pansare.: 2008 Navi Mumbai. Prof. · Capacity building of link workers appointed through RCH Project. · Training them in MNH services and health issues. Kanchan Mukherjee and Prof. · Pre-school. Ministry of Youth Affairs.: 1995 Navi Mumbai. Government of India Jun. Los Angeles Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Report writing Data analysis Dr. Project Staff : Ms.A. Harshad Thakur Faculty-in-Charge : Turbhe Health and Development Project. Shankar Das ICMR Sep. · Maternal and Child Health Services. Pravin. Yesudian Faculty-in-Charge : 39 . Ms.
30(1). 23(4). 40(1). India. 159–178. 43–48. 2011. AIDS and Behaviour (published online).and Middle-Income Countries: A Survey of Health Care Providers. (co-author) Dr. Workforce Assessment : A Tool for Effective Utilisation of Workforce. (co-author) Dr. 1007(10). Yesudian · · · Bridging the Gaps Between Research.pdf. AIDS Care. 1–11. in association with Institute of Economic Growth. Sandhya K.C. Ramakrishnan · Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment: An Empirical Analysis. Gulati (Eds. Sivakami M. Shalini Bharat · Blame. 2011. (co-author) Impact of Community Level Socio-Economic Inequality on Maternal Nutritional Status in Rural India: A Regional Analysis. Symbolic Stigma and HIV Misconceptions are Associated with Support for Coercive Measures in Urban India. (co-author) Health Services Utilization Among Widows Living with HIV/AIDS: An Interview Survey in Manipur. 182(9).K.C.springerlink. 29–33. Shankar Das · Mental Health Needs of People Living with HIV/AIDS in India: A Literature Review. Demography India. C. (co-author) Impact of Community Level Socioeconomic Inequality on Maternal Health. Soumitra Ghosh · Catastrophic Payments and Impoverishment due to Out-of-pocket Health Spending: The Effects of Recent Health Sector Reforms in India. (co-author) Dr.stanford. In A. (co-author) Communication in Hospital Management. 2010. http://www. 40–52. February 2011. 2011. Mariappan · · Organisational Diagnosis and Development Study of a Leprosy Hospital. 2011. Laxmi Kant Dwivedi · · · Causes of Neonatal Deaths among Tribal Women in Gujarat. 2011. Christian Medical Association of India Bulletin. M. Indian Journal of Community Medicine. International Orthopaedics. Asia European Journal. 417–425. 2002–2005. Asian Journal of Homoeopathy. 4(11). Kanchan Mukherjee · Cost Effectiveness of Child Birth Strategies for Prevention of MTCT of HIV among Mothers Receiving Nevirapine. Canadian Medical Association Journal. 3(1& 2). Asia Health Policy Program Working Paper 15. 2010. 2010. New Delhi: Academic Foundation in association with the Institute of Economic Growth. Gulati (Ed. Kar and S. 1–7. (co-author) Prof.A. 2011. 5(14). 2011. 35(1).ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Publications Prof. India. Health and Human Resources in India’s Development. In S. Dr. Policy and Practice in Low. Harshad Thakur · Optimal Bearing Surfaces for Total Hip Replacement in the Young Patient: A Meta-Analysis. (co-author) Prof. May 2010. 8–10.pdf.com/index/jnn2272n7rv5u644. Dr. 59(2). Dr. Population. Dr. E-362–E372. Dr. 40 . Sociological Bulletin. 2010.edu/pubs/22954/ AHPPwp15. Health and Human Resources in India’s Development. · Does Utilisatioin of Maternal Health Care Services vary across Regions in Karnataka? Evidence from the District Level Household Survey. New Delhi: Academic Foundation. Population. ASBM Journal of Management. Mathew George · Voice of Illness and Voice of Medicine in Doctor-Patient Interaction. 2011. Asian Journal of Homoeopathy. http://iis-db.).). Population Research and Policy Review (published online).
Executive Committee. 2011 Name of the Programme AIDS-Related Stigma: A Technical Workshop on Conceptual and Methodological Issues Training Programme on Materials Management for Purchase and Stores Managers of Hospitals International Workshop on Violence Against Children in the Asia-Pacific Region* Tool Development Workshop for Mid-term Operational Assessment of LEAP Phase-II Workshop on Impact Evaluation of HIV Prevention Propensity Score Matching: Uses and Challenges in Programme Evaluation Seminar on Primary Health Care: A Case Study of a Paradigm Change Training Workshop on Rapid Rural Appraisal Community Need Assessment Building Capacities and Professional Efficiency in Health Sector Place TISS. Shalini Bharat Date Mar. Shankar Das Dec. SATHI. C. New Delhi Member. Pune Member. PATH. 2011 Mumbai Ranbaxy Limited Dr. 13.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Seminars. Mumbai Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Dr. Trustee. 13–14.K. 16–18. Executive Committee. 17–20. Sub-Group on Socio-behavioural Research on Microbicides.K. Yesudian · · · · · · · Member. Government of India.A. Ministry of Health.A. Navi Mumbai Vice President. 7. Technical Resource Group. National Aids Control Organisation. Professional Association. Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Faculty-in-Charge Prof. Centre for the Study of Incentives in Health. International Institute for Population Sciences. Governing Body. 2011 Jan. M. 2011 TISS. Government of India. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Chicago. 1–2. Mumbai SHSS. 12–14. Yesudian Feb. King’s College London Member. New Delhi Member. Governing Board. Indian Council of Medical Research. TISS Dr. 2010 Mumbai Department of Atomic Energy. Mumbai Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Prof. Mumbai ALERT India Prof. Shankar Das Dec. National AIDS Research Institute. Shalini Bharat TISS. Advisory Group. Academic Council. Mumbai Sponsor Ministry of Health & Family Welfare. Advisory Board. Mumbai Member. New Delhi Member. National Ethics Committee. Conferences. USA Prof. Shankar Das Nov. National Health Systems Resource Centre. Lala Ram Sarup Institute of Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases. Anil Kumar Feb. GoI Executive Committee Membership and other Official Positions in Academic. Expert Group on Microbicides. C. TISS Childwatch International. Mumbai TISS-LSE Project Dr. Shalini Bharat · · · · · · · · Member. K. Mumbai Member. 2011 TISS. New Delhi Member. New Delhi Chairman. American College of Healthcare Executives. Avahan-Community Mobilisation and Structural Interventions 41 . Mariappan Mar. 2010 TISS. 29–31. 2011 Mumbai. 2010 TISS. Government and Non-Government Organisations Prof. Mission Steering Group. New Delhi Faculty Associate. GoI Dr. Scientific Advisory Committee. National Rural Health Mission. Oslo Prof. Ashish Gram Rachna Trust. New Delhi Convenor. Indian Council of Medical Research. Indian Council of Medical Research. Pachod President. Shalini Bharat Jan. 4–11.
Hemal Shroff · Advisor. Kanchan Mukherjee · Secretary. Hospital Administration Programme. M. Mariappan · · · · · Member. Soumitra Ghosh · Founder Member. Board of Studies. National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health. Social Advancement Through Health. Patil University. Institute of Public Health. Technical Resource Team. KLE University. Mumbai Member. Clinical Research Ethics Committee. M. Department of Management Studies. University of Mumbai. Sivakami · Member. Navi Mumbai Dr. Anil Kumar · · Board Member. Child Health and Nutrition Research Initiative. Belgaum Member. Disha Counselling Centre. Shiroda Goa University. Child Health and Nutrition Knowledge Network. Governing Board. New Delhi Dr.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Prof. D. Indian Health Economics and Policy Association. M. Goa External Examiner. Navi Mumbai Dr. Board of Studies. K. Raheja Hospital. Mumbai Member. Childwatch International. Raheja Hospital. Department of Applied Psychology. SAATHI. Social Advancement through Health Initiatives.Y.Sc. Navi Mumbai Dr. Mumbai Dr. New Delhi 42 . Executive Committee. Shankar Das · · · · Member. Oslo Trustee. Harshad Thakur · Expert. Managing Committee. Institutional Ethics Committee. Scientific Review Committee. Mumbai Technical Advisor. Shri Kamaxidevi Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital. Board of Studies of Nursing Education. Bangalore Dr. Indian Association of Professional Social Workers. Mumbai Dr. Bangalore Member. Mumbai Member.
Switzerland Montreux. 2010 Participant - REPORT Prof. C. 2011 - 43 Participant Bhubaneswar Nov. Mumbai LSHTM. 3.A. Yesudian Stakeholder Meeting on AsiaPacific Health Observatory Bangkok. Laxmi Kant Dwivedi 32nd Annual Conference of the Indian Association for the Study of Population (IASP) Prof. Thailand Oct. Workshops and Training Programmes Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Faculty Title of the Programme DEAN'S OFFICE Hyderabad Feb.A. C. 28–30. 27–30. Laxmi Kant Dwivedi Propensity Score Matching: Uses and Challenges in Programme Evaluation Bangalore Nov. and TISS.K.A. 2011 Prof. Yesudian XXIV Workshop on Hospital and Health Services Management TISS. Yesudian First Global Symposium on Health System Research Geneva. 30– Dec.K.Faculty Participation in/Contribution to Conferences. 14. Christian Medical Association of India London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM).K.K.K. 4.. Laxmi Kant Dwivedi Workshop on Multilevel Modelling Techniques Dr.A. 2010 Presented a Paper Prevalence of Under and Over Nutrition among Indian Men and Women ANNUAL Dr. Utkal University World Health Organization (WHO) Nov.A. Yesudian Expert - 2010 WHO Scientific Committee Meeting on Reviewing Implementation Research Proposals – Prof. 2011 Medium Healthcare Consulting Private Ltd. India IASP and Department of Geography & Population Research Centre. Mumbai Participant Participant Resource Person Chaired a Session Looking Beyond Just Hospitals Prof. 2. Laxmi Kant Dwivedi Impact Evaluation of HIV Prevention - Dr. 2010 WHO Expert - 11 . 17–20. 12–14. Mumbai Jan. Seminars. C. and TISS. Switzerland Nov. Yesudian Conference on Health Care for Common Man Bangalore Feb. 2011 Dr. Mumbai Jan. 16–19. C. C. 2010 WHO TISS. John's Research Institute. 2010 CHARME-INDIA (HIV/AIDS Research Monitoring and Evaluation in India) and St.
11–13. 2010 Jun. Yesudian International Conference on Health Systems Strengthening Health Systems Governance – CENTRE FOR HEALTH POLICY.A. Sandhya K. M. Poverty and Access to Health Care Services: A Multi Centric Study on People's Access and Health System's Responsiveness in Metro/Major Cities Mumbai Porf. C. 17. Chennai May 7–10. Ramakrishnan Refresher Course on Research Methodology in Social Science Dr. 2010 Academic Staff College. Ramakrishnan Conference on Health. Ramakrishnan National Conference on Changing Phases of Women Empowerment Trichur Jan. 14–15. 2011 Indian Association for Social Science and Health Made a Presentation Adaptation Cost for Climate Change-related Cases of Diarrhoea and Malaria in 2030 for India Made a Presentation 11 Dr. Trichur 44 Kozhikode Nov. 2010 Sep. Sandhya K.K.A. 2010 Tamil Nadu Health Systems Project. 14.K. Calicut University Economics Department. 22– Dec.S. Sivakami Task Force Meeting on Migration. Vimala College. Environment and Sustainable Development Dr.K. Soumitra Ghosh Summer Seminar on Population Participant - Dr. C. Yesudian Consultation on Health of the Urban Poor New Delhi REPORT Prof. 5–8. 2010 Empowering Women in an Insecure World: A Case Study of SEWA Participant - Dr. 2011 Department of Economics. 2011 ICMR Presented a Paper HIV/AIDS Stigma: Key Challenges in Researching and Reducing Stigma . Sandhya K.Faculty Mumbai Oct. Kanchan Mukherjee International Conference on Health System Strengthening Tamil Nadu Health Systems Participant - CENTRE FOR HEALTH AND SOCIAL SCIENCES New Delhi Feb. 2010 WHO Keynote Address WHO Participant - Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session ANNUAL Prof. C. PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT Tirupati Feb. 13–15. Shalini Bharat International Conference on Emerging Challenges in HIV Research Feb.A. University of Hawaii and EastWest Centre Hawaii. 16. 6–9. Government of Tamil Nadu Chaired a Session Health System Strengthening: Key for Better HIV-related Outcome 2010 Prof. U. Yesudian Consultation on the WHO HIV/AIDS Strategy 2011–2015: A Health Sector Response to HIV in India Chennai May. 2011 ICMR Expert - Dr. 14.A.
Jamia Hamdard. M. 2011 Public Health Foundation of India. Forecasting and Assessment Council Dr. 17–20. Anil Kumar Propensity Score Matching: Uses and Challenges in Programme Evaluation Bhubaneswar Dr. 28–30. Anil Kumar Workshop on Impact Evaluation of HIV Prevention Dr.Faculty Wardha TISS. New Delhi National Bio Ethics Conference-3: Goverance of Healthcare—Ethics. International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis. 9–13. Pilani Participant - Dr. M. 2011 UNFPA and Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences Expert - Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Dr. 12–14. K. Sivakami Demographic Computations: Multistate Population Projection ANNUAL Prof. M. 2010 Indian Journal of Medical Ethics Institute for Social and Economic Change. 26–27. 17–20. K. Shalini Bharat Documentation of HIV Prevention Programmatic Learnings: Knowledge Network Consortium New Delhi MSM and Transgender Populations and HIV Prevention: A Review of Literature with Focus on Programmatic Learnings Chaired a Session Research among Vulnerable Groups Participant - Dr. 24–25. Nilesh Chandrakant Gawde Workshop on Health Information Architecture: Design. 22–26. M. Sivakami 32nd Annual Conference of Indian Association for the Study of Population (IASP) Manesar Prof. Mumbai Jan. 2010 Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation & Population Council Presented a Paper IASP Participant TISS and LSHTM Participant Jan. 2011 Nov. 2010 Nov. 30. Mumbai TISS. 2010 UNAIDS. Harshad Thakur Review Meeting of Certificate Course in Evidence Based Diabetes Management Feb. and Technology Information. Implementation and Evaluation Mumbai 2010 Prof. 2011 TISS and LSHTM Participant Migration and Health Jan. Equity and Justice Nov. New Delhi Participant - – 11 . Shalini Bharat UNAIDS Consultation on Removing Punitive Laws and Stigma and Discrimination Presented a Paper Decades of HIV Epidemic: Decades of Fight against Stigma and Discrimination REPORT CENTRE FOR PUBLIC HEALTH New Delhi Mar. 18–19. 2010 New Delhi Jun. 2011 NHSRC. Sivakami 45 Bangalore Nov. Sivakami Maternal Morbidity and Mortality in Maharastra Dr. HIS Programme and BITS.
Tuljapur Jan. National and Global Forms of Indian Medical Practices Prof. Harshad Thakur – Clairvoyance 2010: Healthcare in South Asia: Revisiting the Last Decade. 11–12. TISS. 2010 IASP Presented a Paper Overweight and Obesity among Indian Adults: A Serious Public Health Challenge during the New Millennium Dr. 24–26. University of Mumbai TISS Conducted a Session Participant - Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session ANNUAL Dr. Foretelling the Next TISS. Campaign for Human Rights. University of Calicut Participant SHSS. Harshad Thakur 7th International Conference on High levels of Natural Radiation and Radon Areas (HLNRRA 7) Kozhikode Presented a Paper Epidemiological Study of Health Status of Population Around a Uranium Mining Site Presented a Paper Mainstreaming AYUSH: Implications of Government Policy on Ayurvedic Practice in Maharashtra Participant - 46 Jaipur Oct. Nilesh Chandrakant Gawde Workshop on SPSS Version 18 Participant - CENTRE FOR HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT Jaipur Apr. 2010 Oct. 1–2. 28–30. and Swiss Aid India Bhabha Atomic Research Centre Department of History. 3–4. Challenges and Vision for the Future Navi Mumbai Nov. TISS Chaired a Session NRHM. V. 2011 Phule Ambedkar Chair. 21–23. Mumbai Presented a Paper Factors Affecting Age at Menopause of the Women in EAG States Nov. 28–29. 2011 International Institute for Population Sciences. Mumbai 11 Dr. 2010 Mumbai Centre for Research Methodology. Narendra Kakade Revisiting the Dalit Panthar Movement TISS. Mathew George Locating the Indigenous: International Conference on Local. and SPSS Bangalore Dr. Mathew George Capacity Building of District Facilitators through Training and Knowledge Networking Mumbai Dec. Harshad Thakur India Public Health Education Institutions Network (IndiaPHEIN) Meeting WHO India Country Office.Faculty Mumbai Feb. 2010 Dec. Narendra Kakade Dalit Movements in Maharashtra: Issues. 2010 Prof. 5. Dept of Sociology. 4–6. 2011 REPORT Dr. V. its Components and Strategies and on the Preparaing the District Health Action Plan Disease Burden across South Asian Countries - 2010 Prof. 10–12. TISS. 2010 Jun. Gowri National Seminar on Development and Population Stabilisation in EAG States of India Bhubaneswar Dr. 2010 Centre for Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policies. and Institute of Health Management Research Dr. Gowri 32nd Annual Conference of the IASP .
Role Substitution in Healthcare Workforce 47 ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 . 2010 LSE Participant - Dr. Health Economics and Globalisation: Social Science Perspectives London May 25. Mariappan Seminar on Strategic Workforce Planning and Research. Manchester Participant - Dr. Mariappan Workshop on Hospital Financing: The Experiences of European Countries Manchester May 12. Mariappan Symposium on Health Systems. 2-3. 2010 LSE Participant - Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Dr. Skill Mix. M.Faculty London Jul. M. M. 2010 University of Manchester.
Ms. Satyajit Majumdar Centre for Social Entrepreneurship Annual Report 2010–2011 49 . Saifudeen Kitchlu Dr.SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT AND LABOUR STUDIES Centre for Human Resources Management and Labour Relations Dean: Prof. Sasmita Palo Dr. Venkatesh Kumar Dr. Samapti Guha Prof. Toppo Prof. Bino Paul G. Gordhan K. Varsha Ayyar Centre for Labour Studies Centre for Social and Organisational Leadership Programme Coordinator: Mr. Vijayakumar Programme Coordinator: Dr. B. E. Sarla Rao Dr. Saini Chairperson: Dr. P. Zubin R. Mulla Dr. Sharit K. Bhowmik Chairperson: Dr.D.
A. The Adecco-TISS Labour Market Research Initiative (ATLMRI). The first batch of 30 students. B. and on Research Methodology. Anand. • Prof. XLRI. contemporary trends in the labour markets. comprises executives having experience ranging from 3–20 years. Mumbai. working papers. and fieldwork experience. etc. In addition. National Conference on ICT for Social Empowerment of Rural India (in collaboration with Computer Society of India). and Globalisation and Labour. The School organised various conferences such as the International Conference on Combating Poverty in a Market driven World. The students of HRM&LR also won various competitions held by different forums: Winner at Big Leap’ 11.J. skill building workshops. students and faculty members in themes such as labour in the unorganised sector. • Prof. The Global Labour University organised a Summer School for its Alumni Meeting at the Berlin School of Economics. incorporating a strategic/business orientation with an understanding of best practices grounded in social realities. Government of India. and Development Trajectories: India and South Africa Compared (ICDD and DAAD). Labour Studies. Somaiya. Teaching and Research in Entrepreneurship for research scholars and college teachers. Social Entrepreneurship. in Globalisation and Labour. This programme incorporates several unique features to ensure an excellent learning experience for working executives such as an integrated approach to HRM & LR. Bhowmik (Dean. Winner at King’ s Court HR & IR competition in SIBM. leadership and organisation development. civil society and industry alike. Pune. participated and presented papers. Other activities of the ATLMRI include projects which lay focus on disability 50 and the labour market. Sharit K. The Department of Public Enterprises (DPE). Finalist at Microfinance Case Study Competition at the annual fest ‘UDAAN’ at IRMA. Social Entrepreneurship. Praful Patel. strategic management in small business. XLRI (Third prize). The SMLS and its faculty were recipients of two awards and a fellowship in 2010-2011: • The Centre for HRM&LR has received the ‘Star News Award’ for having best industry-related curriculum in HRM. University Park. The Hub—which will undertake research. and offers 3 Master’ s level programmes in HRM & LR.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT AND LABOUR STUDIES The School of Management and Labour Studies (SMLS) has 4 Centres in Human Resources Management and Labour Relations (HRM & LR). The SMLS also conducted training programmes for middle and senior level managers of National Hydro Power Corporation Limited on CSR. is a research and policy advocacy programme that aims to analyse and understand growth trajectories in the Indian economy and the character of labour force. use of pedagogy that includes a mix of theory. State College. First Prize at Human Equations at K. Union Minister for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises. diversity management. the Industry Academic Interface (in collaboration with Talent Pro). Third Prize at the Strike or Yield. The School also gives prominence to research by fostering the building of a scholarly community consisting of M. employability. where 4 graduates of the M. capacity building. . Germany. and corporate social responsibility (CSR). advocacy. etc. publication and exchange of ideas. Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises. Winner at Video Case Study competition at SIES.IR Event. and Social and Organisational Leadership. First Prize at War of The Wits-HR Consulting Event.Phil. P&G Case Study Competition. SMLS) was honoured with ‘Best Teacher Award’ at the 18th Dewang Mehta Business School Award ceremony. and Ph. the India Labour Market receiving encouraging response from academia. ATLMRI brought out many publications. The EPGDHRM is a 15-month long weekend programme. and is meant for junior and middle level working executives desirous of getting their professional qualifications in the area of HRM & LR. and other publications such as discussion papers. The School unveiled the Executive Post-Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management (EPGDHRM) Programme this year.D. students also participated in the 6th GLU Conference titled ‘Labour and the Global Crisis: Sharing the Burden and Reshaping the Future’ also held at the Berlin School of Economics. with its flagship publication. Faculty members of the School published research articles in various national and international peer-reviewed research journals. and articles in newspapers. authored book chapters. During 2010–2011. microfinance. a major research initiative of the SMLS. models of governance. HRM in the organised sector. and advocacy efforts for social security of domestic workers. Venkatesh Kumar was awarded with Hubert Humphrey Fellowship (2010–2011) for Higher Education Administration in Penn State University. approached the SMLS for setting up the National CSR Hub for Public Sector Enterprises as part of their CSR activities. and monitor/guide the CSR activities of public sector units—was inaugurated by Mr. application oriented case studies. selected on the basis of a written test and interview.
MESCO Trust Feb. Bino Paul G. Varsha Ayyar 51 . B. B. personal growth laboratories and mentoring sessions for its students. as well as students of TISS participated in the event. 2010 Ongoing Dr. in HRM & LR batch convocating today has walked away with preferred jobs in diverse sectors like manufacturing.A. Venkatesh Kumar Society for Rural Urban and Tribal Initiative Tata Infrastructure Jul. Pharmaceuticals. organised iPreneur 2011 to generate dialogues and deliberations on the different facets of social entrepreneurship through interactions with distinctive individuals who have successfully addressed social issues through their innovative models. Students also organised weekly ideation meets and invited eminent entrepreneurs from the field every Friday to share and reflect on their ideas. Venkatesh Kumar Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd. Adi Godrej. Bhowmik Jun. The Keynote Address was delivered by Mr. Conferences. etc. competitions for students to showcase grassroot innovations and marketing for social change made the programme truly insightful. The panel discussion involving experts from the field. QUICK FACTS Faculty Members Research Projects and Other Projects Field Action Projects Publications Seminars. Washington DC Ongoing Prof. Corporates. experience sharing sessions with both seasoned and budding social entrepreneurs. Samapti Guha Jan. Rutgers University Sep. Chairman of the Godrej Group. academics and students from business schools and management institutes from across the country. and the School’ s first international summer placement offered by Novartis International AG. corporate interactions. 2010 Ongoing Prof. the Social Entrepreneurship students’ body. Energy.D. Workshops and Training Programmes Papers Presented 13 10 2 19 7 22 12 Research Projects and Other Projects Title of the Project Sponsor Date of Sanction/Commencement Feb. B. The M. Explore and Create’ . Varsha Ayyar World Wild Life Mar. a multinational pharmaceutical company based in Basel. E-Cell. 2010 Data analysis Prof. Venkatesh Kumar and Dr. Sharit K. Consulting.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 The SMLS takes competency development of its students very seriously. 2011 Present Position In-Charge Governance of State Universities: A Study across Four States in India Social Audit of Swavalamban and Unnati Strategic Management for MESCO Will They Return: The Willingness of Potential Faculty to Return to India and Key Factors Affecting their Decision Study of Industrial Workers in Delhi* Tata Infrastructure— Pune Solapur Road—Audit Scoping Study on Decent Work among Cotton Cultivators in Marathwada Region South Asia Division. 2011 Ongoing Dr. IT/ITeS. World Bank. The festival included business events. It organised Assessment Centres. This year also witnessed very successful summer internships. the annual festival of students of HRM&LR. PSU majors. BFSI. 2011 Field work Dr. 2010 Completed Prof. Manthan. and cultural events. Conferences. Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Participation in/Contribution to Seminars. Switzerland. was on the theme of ‘Think. FMCG.
Oommen (Ed. Technology & Society.D. 2008 First Phase (India-South Africa) completed Prof. · · · · · Does Change in S&T Explain Dynamics in Human Capital: An Enquiry into Emerging Trends in Nursing Labour Market. Jun. ATLMRI Discussion Paper 11. 2009–2010. Need assessment and baseline survey. Delhi: Pearson Longman. 87–109. 2010 Urban Public Space and the Working Poor: The Case of Mumbai. Mumbai Reader ‘09. 2011. Mumbai: Tata Institute of Social Sciences. Saini Faculty-in-Charge : Publications Prof. Sponsor Objective Programme : : : Goa Shipyard Limited. Tripura and Andhra Pradesh.: 2011 Seven locations of GAIL in Uttar Pradesh. To design and recommend CSR activities. Sponsor Objective Programme Project Staff : : : : GAIL (India) Limited. 2010.D. Prof.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Title of the Project Sponsor Date of Sanction/Commencement Nov. Sinha Roy (Ed. Delhi: Manohar. (co-author) 52 . estd. ATLMRI Discussion Paper 12. Mumbai: Urban Design Research Institute. 2006 Ongoing Dr. Bino Paul G. Science. Class. An Information Model in NREGA: Sources and Structures. Dr. Design CSR programme and build capacities of teams. In T. Bino Paul G. (co-author) India Labour Market Report. 2011. 2011. 16(2). Accumulation by Dispossession: Transformative Cities in the New Global Order. Livelihoods and Economic Security in 21st Century: India and South Africa Compared Adecco TISS Labour Market Research Initiatives Shipping Corporation of India International Centre for Development and Decent Work (ICDD) and DAAD Ongoing Dr. Bino Paul G. In S. Pradeep Ghosh and Mr. Citizenship and Inequality: Emerging Perspectives. 2010. Joshi (Ed. Satyajit Majumdar and Dr. 2011. Journal of Social and Economic Development. Mumbai: Tata Institute of Social Sciences. Dissenting Voices and Transformative Actions: Social Movements in a Globalising World.). and systems for monitoring and assessment. Mr. Delhi: Sage Publications. Impact assessment and needs assessment studies. Satyajit Majumdar Faculty-in-Charge* : Baseline Survey and Need Assessment for Implementation of Corporate Social Responsibility. estd. Trade Union Movement in India: A Critical Review. Bhowmik · · · · Inequalities among the Working Class: A Historical Perspective.). Sharit K. Banerjee-Guha (Ed. Politics of Urban Space in Mumbai: ‘Citizens’ Versus the Urban Working Poor. Gordhan K. 13(1). 2009 Present Position In-Charge CSR for Shipping Corporation of India Work. Bhowmik Adecco Sep. Prof.D. Madhya Pradesh. Does Social Network Matter in Knowledge Output?.: 2010 Goa. 2011. Understanding Labour Market Flexibility in India: Exploring Emerging Trends in Employment. In D. Field Action Projects GAIL CSR Project. Sharit K.K.). 2010. In P. Mumbai: Tata Institute of Social Sciences. Pradeep Singh. 235–255.).
National Institute for Training Engineers. 21–22. (co-author) Dr. Samapti Guha Dr. Journal of Rural Development. Economic and Political Weekly. 18–20. Mumbai: Excel Publications. India Development Report 2010. Government and Non-Government Organisations Prof. 45(43). 3–17. Council. 2011. 2010. Vision: The Journal of Business Perspective. Kolkata: Alochona Chakra. Mumbai 53 . Centre for Economic and Social Studies. Samapti Guha Date Mar. New Delhi: Oxford University Press. Dr. NABARD’s Contribution on Socio-Economic Development in Rural Areas. Vijayakumar Dr.V. 19.D. Economic and Political Weekly. (co-author) Seminars. Mumbai Smiles and Fair Trade Forum India TISS Indian Audit & Accounts Department. Zubin R. Sampati Guha · · · An Overview of SHG-Bank Linkage Programme and Role of NABARD. Remittances and Microfinance in India: Opportunities and Challenges for Development Finance. 2010. 2010. (co-author) The Big Three Determinants of Performance: General Mental Ability. P. 17. 2011. 2011 Mar. Mr.). 2010. Great Lakes Herald. Dr. 2011 Feb. 7–8. 3(1). Venkatesh Kumar · Maharashtra Universities Act. Mumbai Goa TISS. 28–30.). Mulla · · · An Exploration of the Indian Mindset. Chakraborty and K. Indian Council of Social Science Research. 2011 Name of the Programme Corporate Social Responsibility National Sample Survey (NSS) Data: Extraction and Analysis Industry Academic Interface Combating Poverty in the Market Led World Teaching and Research in Entrepreneurship Defining Corporate Social Responsibility: Emerging Scenarios—Global and Indian Development Trajectories: India and South Africa Compared Place TISS. Noida Member. Gordhan K. 2011 Jan. 2011. 247–254. Executive Council and Board of Governors. Academic Council. 55(1). Mumbai Mumbai Prof. Mumbai Executive Committee Membership and other Official Positions in Academic. 29(4). 2010. 83–92. In S. 5(1). 399–423. Bino Paul G. 2010 TISS. Sasmita Palo Dr. Saini · · Impact of ASEAN-India Preferential Trade Agreement on Plantation Commodities: A Simulation Analysis. B. 95–117. (co-author) India’s Export Sophistication in a Comparative Perspective. Bino Paul G. Choudhury (Eds. Hyderabad Member. Gandhinagar Member. 1994. 2011 Feb. Central University of Gujarat. B. 3–4. Mahendra Dev (Ed. (co-author) Do Emotionally Intelligent People Do Well in all Jobs? Exploring the Moderating Role of Interpersonal Interaction. Sharit K. (co-author) The Role of SHGs as Micro-Financial Intermediaries: A Study in Sabarkantha District of Gujarat. Advisory Council. 1994. Conferences. Psychological Studies. Mumbai Mumbai Sponsor NHPC Limited University of Goa Talent Pro and TISS Creative Handicrafts. Bhowmik · · · · · Member. 14(4). Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Faculty-in-Charge Dr. Academic Council. and Emotional Intelligence.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Dr. International Journal of South Asian Studies. 46(10). Comptroller & Auditor General of India ICDD and DAAD Dr. Giri National Labour Institute. (co-author) Prof. In P. Bhowmik Dec. “Emotional Intelligence & Leadership”: Better Work & Learning Environment. 2011 Jan. New Delhi Member.). Personality.D. 2010. V. Sasmita Palo · Implementation of Balanced Scorecard and its Challenges. Majumdar. 1–12. TISS.S. 2010. In S. Sharit K. Malekar (Ed.P.
Programme on ‘Governance of Higher Education’. South Asia. Great Lakes Herald. Nagoya University. New Delhi Prof.ANNUAL · · REPORT 2010 – 11 External Expert. BVB College of Engineering and Technology. Board of Studies (MBA). IESE Business School. Technical Collaboration Committee. Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation. Human Development Division. DC. School of Social Sciences. Bino Paul G. Nagoya. Samapti Guha · Advisor. Spain Management Committee Member. Venkatesh Kumar · Consultant. Barcelona. Japan Coordinator. Computer Society of India. Mumbai and Rajgurunagar Mr. National Strategy for Poverty Alleviation. Mulla · Member. Satyajit Majumdar · Member. Academic Network for Asia’s Development. Forum for Emotional Intelligence and Learning. P Vijayakumar · · Country Researcher. Chaitanya and TISS. Chennai 54 . Microfinance Management Course. Mumbai Dr.D. Special Interest Group on Technology for Social Science Research. Zubin R. United States. Hubli Dr. B. Indira Gandhi National Open University. Washington. Editorial Board. New Delhi Member. Prof. Mumbai Dr. Cross Cultural Management Network. · · Member. School Board.
Saini 6th SIMSR Asia Marketing Conference: Marketing in Transition 2010 Dr. NTPC Ahmedabad Jan. Sasmita Palo 55 Mumbai Feb. Somaiya Institute of Management Studies & Research. 16–17.D. Japan Mar. Italy Resource Person Self-Management as Alternative to Management Strategies: Worker Cooperatives Prof. Gordhan K. Bino Paul G. 2010 Bucconi University. 2011 FEIL & Palladium Dr. 2011 Power HR Forum. Bino Paul G. International Seminar on Skill Development in Emerging New Dynamism in Asian Developing Countries under Globalisation Mumbai Feb. Combating Poverty in Market Driven World Presented a Paper CSR Effort of Indian Public Sector Company Discussant and Judge - Dr. Workshops and Training Programmes Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Faculty Title of the Programme DEAN Milan. Gordhan K. Zubin R. 2011 AIMS Mumbai Jan. Mumbai Dec. 2011 Creative Handicrafts Mumbai Jan. Sharit K. 2–3. 22. 24. Bhowmik International Colloquium on a Special Type of Business: Cooperatives from 1950 and 2010 and Beyond CENTRE FOR HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND LABOUR RELATIONS Nagoya. Sasmita Palo Quest for Excellence: 2010 Workshop on Building a Culture of Innovation ANNUAL Dr. 5–7.D.J. 7. Italy Oct. Saini – Conference on Empirical Issues in International Trade and Finance 11 Non-Tariff Measures Affecting India’s Textiles and Clothing Exports: Findings from the Survey of Exporters . 2011 K. 2010 New Delhi Workshop on Balanced Scorecard and Strategy Implementation Dr. 13–16. Mulla The Association of Indian Management Scholars (AIMS) International 2011 Conference Presented a Paper Developing Karma-Yoga: An Indian Approach to Moral Development Presented a Paper What Do Social Marketing Programmes Reveal About Social Marketing? Indian Institute of Foreign Trade. 3. Milan and Emilia Romegna Cooperatives. New Delhi Presented a Paper REPORT Dr. 2011 Nagoya University and Academic Network for Development in Asia Presented 2 Papers · Emerging Dynamics in Asian Labour Market · Indian Labour Market: Emerging Dynamics Participant - Dr.Faculty Participation in/Contribution to International/National Conferences. Seminars.
Sasmita Palo Workshop on Research Methodology Kassel Oct. Vijayakumar Industry-Academic Interface Participant - CENTRE FOR SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP Amritsar Mar. University of Kassel Dr. Bino Paul G. Mulla The Asia Academy of Management 2010 Conference REPORT Ms. Sarala Rao Bancon 2010: Transform to Outperform: Ideate. Zubin R. 2010 Forum for Global Knowledge Sharing Presented a Paper Leap Vault Participant - Mumbai Dec. the Civil Society? Case of Mumbai CENTRE FOR SOCIAL AND ORGANISATIONAL LEADERSHIP Participant - Mr. 2011 FEIL and Palladium Mumbai Feb. Forum for Global Knowledge Sharing: Fifth Annual Conference Mumbai Does Change in S&T Explain Dynamics in Human Capital?: An Enquiry into Emerging Trends in Nursing Labour Market Discussant - Dr. Samapti Guha Combating Poverty in the Market Driven World . 2010 Central Bank of India and Indian Banks’ Association Special Invitee 2010 Dr. 7–8. Varsha Ayyar Annual Researcher Workshop Krantijoti Savitribai Women’s Studies. 23–24. 2010 56 CENTRE FOR LABOUR STUDIES Pune Nov. China Dec. 2010 Nov. 29. 24–25. 22. 2011 TISS and TalentPro International Centre for Development and Decent Work. Smiles and Fair Trade Forum India Keynote Address Future of Social Entrepreneurship Presented a Paper Mumbai Overview of Market Led Civil Society Initiatives Dr. P. K. 11–12. 19. P. 3–4. 2011 School of Social Sciences. Guru Nanak Dev University Creative Handicrafts. Samapti Guha National Workshop on Future of Social Entrepreneurship in India Dr. 2010 Mumbai Feb.Faculty Macau. University of Pune Presented a Paper How Deep is the Deep Democracy and Civil. 19.D. Innovate and Inspire Mumbai Nov. 2011 Feb. Sasmita Palo Chief Learning Officers Summit – 11 Dr. 2010 Asia Academy of Management Paper Presented by co-author Openness to Experience and Work Outcomes: Exploring the Moderating Effects of Conscientiousness and Job Complexity - Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session ANNUAL Dr. TISS. Vijayakumar Workshop on Balanced Score Card and Strategy Implementation Mr. 13–14.
3–5. 2011 SRM University Expert Jan. Satyajit Majumdar and Dr. 2010 Dr. 2010 7th Annual Satter Conference on Social Entrepreneurship New York. 10–12. Satyajit Majumdar Conference on Strategic Entrepreneurship Growth Strategy in Entrepreneur Managed Small Manufacturing Organisation: Case Study in Auto Component Industry Prof. Satyajit Majumdar International Conference on Business Research Prof. Samapti Guha 7th Annual Satter Conference on Social Entrepreneurship 57 ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 . 2010 Strategic Management Society (USA) and Indian Institute of Management.Faculty Hubli Chennai Bangalore Dec. 3–5. New York University Presented a Paper Participant Social Entrepreneurship and Development Presented a Paper Jan. USA Nov. 20–21. 2011 Deshpande Foundation Participants - Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Prof. Satyajit Majumdar New York. Samapti Guha Development Dialogue Prof. New York University Stern School of Business. USA Nov. 27–29. Bangalore Stern School of Business.
Pradip Prabhu Dr. Ms. M. Manoj Joseph Dr. Mukesh Chaudhari Mr. Tuljapur Dean: Prof. Vanmathy Dr. Kunhaman Prof. Anjali Kulkarni Mr. Vasant Bhasara Mr.SCHOOL OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT. Shiraz Prabhu Mr. Sampat C. Ram Rathod Mr. A. Neelam Yadava Ms. Ramesh Jare Mr. Kale Ms.D. Babasaheb Kazi Ms. Shahaji Narwade Dr. Rohit Jain Dr. Satteppa Y. Amar Prakash Mhaske Annual Report 2010–2011 59 . Rukmini Jadhav Mr.
sociology. This event attracted more than a 1. Faculty and students of SRD are closely associated with 16 village communities in Tuljapur block. The SRD is in the process of re-organising itself into 3 thematic centres: Centre for Livelihoods. The SRD has been continuously engaged with different communities through research. by Dr. HIV/AIDS. works towards promoting initiatives for sustainable. • ‘Global Economy: Emerging Challenges’. Gangadharan. Denzil Saldhana. BGVS. Rider University New Jersey. by Mr. programme in Social Work in Rural Development. • The SRD organised a Seminar series which covered areas of financial inclusion. by Dr. by Shri. programme in Rural Development in 2012. The second SRD alumni meet was also organised during the rural youth fest. the SRD crossed a major milestone with the launch of an M. by Dr. Stefan Sjoberg. Anand Teltumbde. has substantially upgraded its academic. T. economics. • ‘Three Worlds Welfare Capitalism’.A. • ‘International Social Work Issues and Concern’. field action projects and students field placements for addressing the issues of the vulnerable and marginalised sections of the society. Shashikant Ahankari. agriculture.A. Biju Mathew Department of Business Administration. It has a strong team of multidisciplinary faculty drawn from social work. land rights. and action research. In addition. by Mr. by Dr. The SRD organised the 3rd National Rural Youth Festival with the objective of establishing strong interface between rural youths and educational institutions and various rural development agencies all across the country. HALO Medical Foundation. which helped the School to initiate a scholarship programme for SRD students. Komal Singh Rambaree. • ‘Anti-Imperialism and Annihilation of Caste’. Industrialisation and People’s Concerns: The Case of Environmental Clearance to POSCO’. The SRD has evolved a four dimensional programme in order to achieve its mission comprising teaching. participation in sustainable agriculture and livelihood development has been streamlined and strengthened in the last two years. and Centre for Social Development and Welfare. education and social work. University of Gavle. The SRD. During the academic year 2010–2011. The TISS-ATMA (Agriculture Technology Management Agency) project. Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Participation in/Contribution to Seminars. • ‘Social Action’. actively participated in the event. Shivaji Raut. • ‘Natural Resources. agriculture. Conferences. • ‘Innovation in Rural Health Services’. Parsuraman. Resources and Technology. administrative and infrastructural capacities over the past 5 years. working in the field of rural development. etc. RTI Activist. • ‘The Right to Information: Past. V. health. training. • ‘The Report on Bauxite Mining in Niyamgiri. eco friendly and equitable socioeconomic development of rural communities. which is located in the Tuljapur Campus of TISS. QUICK FACTS Faculty and Teaching Staff Field Action Projects Publications Seminars. by Dr. This is the next step towards starting a five-year integrated M. Each component of the programme complements the others and is especially designed to foster creativity and innovative approaches to various aspects of rural development. Orissa’. Conferences. S. by Prof. Workshops and Training Programmes Paper Presented 18 1 13 9 48 15 60 . TULJAPUR CAMPUS The School of Rural Development (SRD). near about 300 representatives from various civil society organisations. a collaborative project for the promotion of stakeholders. Present and Future’.000 participants from 16 educational institutions from India and Nepal.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 SCHOOL OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT. Suresh. • ‘Peoples Science Movement and Literacy Movement in India’. with focus on gender and caste justice. A series of workshops and seminars were organised as part of the programme. by Prof. Centre for Rights and Self Governance. University of Gavle. field action.P. and offers an excellent conducive environment for learning and practice of rural development through its innovative academic curriculum and opportunity to interact with field practitioners and social activists in the region.
Mr. Hyderabad. Thematics. Decade 1: Nowhere to Now Here. Rukmini Jadhav · · A Comparative Study of James Joyce’s Ulysses and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Kunhaman · · · Revisiting Development in the Era of Globalization. Delhi: Penguin. Pune: Unique Academy. Journal of Socio Legal Research. prioritise and address the issues of farm-based livelihoods on a sustainable basis. Satyanarayana and S.Shahaji Narwade (April to December 2010) Publications Ms. 2011. No Alphabet in Sight: New Dalit Writings from South India. The Anti-SEZ Movementin India: An Account of the Struggle in Maharashtra.: 2010 Eight Villages in Tuljapur Block: Apsinga. Honala and Hangarga (T). Vasant N. 2011. Centre for Panchayati Raj. Prof. Arthapurna. 2010. Postmodernism in English Literature. Dhekri. People Centred Budget and the Marginalised. 2010. estd. enhancing skills and access to market. Journal of Asia for Democracy and Development. Mumbai: Projects Today. Sampat Kale · · · · · A Land Grabbing Programme: Special Economic Zones. Tirth (Bk). TISS and Agricultural Technology Management Agency. 169–176. · Creating and empowering village-level institutions to identify. Sarola. 2010. Malkar (Ed. Tuljapur: SRD. 2011. Rao (Ed. 1. 61 . profitability and sustainability of the farm-based livelihoods and to sustain the efforts of the village based CBOs in continuing this process. In Compendium of National Seminar on ‘Building the Model Village through PRI’. 2(1).ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Field Action Project Promotion of Stakeholders and Institutions in Sustainable Farm based Livelihoods. Social Science in Perspective. Maharashtra Annual Book 2011. 2011. · To integrate various rural institutions for developmental and welfare programmes.). Pradip Prabhu · Exclusion and Inclusion in the Forest Rights Legislation. Neelam Yadava · Model Villages Under Panchayati Raj Institution: A Roadmap in Rural Development. 2010 at NIRD. · To enhance the productivity. In H. Tharu (Eds. Katri. Political Economy of the Structural Adjustment Programme in India. Pune: Athapurna Publications. Programmes : · Village Library · Application of information technology in agriculture · Monthly Block level Workshops · Demonstrations and Input supply · Guidance on various schemes and crop specific issues · Training of farmers and Panchayat members. In Y. · To promote collective action and diversification of farm-based livelihoods through assessing options. Prof. Literary Endeavour. In K. 2011. Pune: National Centre for Advocacy Studies. Sponsor Objectives : : Tata Social Welfare Trust.).). Dr. NO Alphabet in Sight: New Dalit Writings from South India. 6. Socio-economic Development of the Dalits in India: A Macro Economic Overview. Tharu (Eds. Satyanarayana and S. Delhi: Penguin Books. Bhasara (from December 2010) and Mr. 10(2). 2011. 2010. 3. held on August 9–10. 30–44. M.). 2010. Ganesh Chadre and Mr.). Kamtha. Mr. Project Staff In-Charge : : Mr. Dr. In K. 2010. Shahaji Narwade · Yashogatha (a booklet on best sustainable agricultural practices in Marathi). Jadhav (Ed. In T. Politics of Development: The Backlog of Vidarbha and Marathwada. Anti-SEZ Movement in India. Laxmikant Sulakhe.
Rohit Jain · · President. 3. Tamil Nadu Ms. 2011 Name of the Programme English Language Laboratory Training Course Right to Information: Building Transparency and Accountability Special Consultation on Primitive Tribal Groups. 21–22. Core Group for Ensuring Efficacious Implementation of Forest Rights Act. Pune and ACCORD. Ministry of Rural Development (GoI). 8–10. Rugnya Kalyan Samiti. Conferences. New Delhi Member. Tuljapur TISS. 2011 Jan. Ministry of Rural Development (GoI). Ministry of Panchayati Raj (GoI). Tuljapur Sponsor TISS. 18. Working Group to Formulate Model for Convergence of MGNREGA and Schemes of MoTA. Tata Consultany Services. Committee to Examine Research Studies in Implementation of MG-NREGA. M. 4–5. Ramesh Jare TISS. School of Social Sciences. 25.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Seminars. Board of Studies. Rukmini Jadhav Dr. Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Faculty-in-Charge Prof. Mukesh Choudhari Jan. Tuljapur TISS. New Delhi Resource Person. Tuljapur Mr. Tuljapur TISS. New Delhi Dr. Committee to Examine MSP for MFP in Vth Schedule Areas. Anjali Kulkarni · Member. 14. Tuljapur Dr. Tuljapur TISS. Ministry of Panchayati Raj (GoI). Tuljapur NABARD Mr.15–19.Maharashtra State AIDS Control Society. NABARD. Solapur University. 2011 TISS. RaMeira. National Advisory Council. New Delhi Resource Person. Tuljapur Executive Committee Membership and other Official Positions in Academic. Pradip Prabhu · · · · · · · · · Chairperson. Tuljapur Mr. Core Group for Ensuring Efficacious Implementation of PESA. Government and Non-Government Organisations Prof. Manoj Joseph Feb. New Delhi Member. Government of Maharashtra. Tirupati Prof. Grass Roots Journal. Tuljapur TISS. National Advisory Council. Academy of Grass Roots Studies and Research. Tuljapur New Dehli ECONET. Ministry of Rural Development (GoI). Rukmini Jadhav Mr. 2010 Aug. New Delhi Member. Hyderabad Member. 2011 Feb. Tuljapur TISS. Rural Hospital. Working Group to Formulate Model Ruels for PESA. 17. Delhi Nirman Mazdoor Sangathan. Hyderabad. Dehradun. Ultra Tech TISS. Ramesh Jare TISS. Mumbai Member. 27– Mar. New Delhi Trustee-cum-Founder Member. Denotified Tribes and Nomadic Tribes Workshop on Public Speaking Workshop on Innovation in Financial Inclusion Workshop on HIV/ AIDS and Youth National Rural Youth Festival Place TISS. New Delhi Member. Pradip Prabhu and Ms. Manoj Joseph Jan. Committee for Reform and Revamping of NIRD. Editorial Board. Solapur Member. Kunhaman · · Member. Babasaheb Kazi and Dr. Sampat Kale Mr. Ram Rathod Date May 6– Jun 6. Uttarakhand 62 . Think Tank on TSP and SCP. 2011 Feb. 2010 May. Management Committee. 2010 Workshop on Personality Development Workshop on Participatory Rural Appraisal Consultation Workshop on National Rural Employment Guarantee Act TISS. 2011 TISS. Tuljapur Mr. Ministry of Rural Development (GoI). Expert Group for Evolving Criteria for BPL Identification. Amar Prakash Maske Dec. 2011 TISS. Tuljapur Dr. Tuljapur Maharastra State AIDS Control Society TISS. Anveshan Foundation. Executive Committee.
Sangola. District Women Empowerment Committee. State Government of Maharashtra. Civil Hospital. Vasant N. District Representative of Solapur. Maharashtra. Kale · · · District Representative to State Advisor to Supreme Court Commissioner. Bhasara · · Member. Sustainable Human Development Association. Tuljapur 63 . Dist. Osmanabad District Member. Astitva Sanstha. Gorakhpur. Osmanabad Member. Osmanabad. Adolescent Health Coordination Committee. Agriculture/Livelihood. Pune Member. Executive Committee. Solapur Member. Collectorate. Governing Board. Uttar Pradesh Mr. DSP Office Osmanabad. Solapur Mr. Shahaji Narwade · · Member. Right to Food. Sampat C. District Committee for Providing Support to the Families of Farmers’ Suicides. Advisory Board. National Centre for Advocacy Studies.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Dr. Neelam Yadava · Member. Collectorate. District Disaster Management Committee. Osmanabad Dr.
Tuljapur Dr. 4–30. Mr. Seminars. 2011 Mar. New Delhi. 2011 Visakhapatnam Ahmednagar Feb. 24–26. 2011 St.ANNUAL Faculty Participation in/Contribution to Conferences. 21–25. 28. Kunhaman National Seminar on Issues and Challenges in the Wake of Rural Development IGNOU. Andhra University Indira Gandhi National Open University. New Delhi. 5–6 and 10–11. 2011 Capacity Building Training Programme for Gram Panchayat Members on Panchayati Raj Dr. 2011 Mar. and Centre for Studies in Rural Development. Ramesh Jare National Seminar on Social Work Response to HIV/AIDS Mr. University of Hyderabad Presented a Paper Mar. and The Institute of Social Work and Research DRDA Vikramgad Block and CARAVAN. Vasant N. 2011 Nandi Foundation. Participant Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Faculty Title of the Programme Ms. Ahmednagar Presented a Paper Impact of Globalisation on Rural Development Resource Person Team and Confidence building. 24–26. TISS TISS. 2011 Department of Political Science. Ahmednagar Indira Gandhi National Open University. Workshops and Training Programmes Place Mumbai Mumbai Apr. 17–18. 5–6. and Centre for Studies in Rural Development. Dahanu. 2011 SRD. Xavier’s College. Pradip Prabhu Golden Jubilee Celebrations of the Department of Anthropology Keynote Address Challenges before Anthropologists: Researching the Tribal Reality Presented a Paper Rural Development and Participation of Dalits Dr. Hyderabad External Expert Apr. Hyderabad University · Presented a Paper · Valedictory Address 11 Mr. 5. 2011 Feb. Rohit Jain Consumer Immersion Workshop on Drinking Water Hyderabad 2010 Profr. Manoj Joseph National Seminar on Social Work Response to HIV/AIDS Presented a Paper From Depoliticisation to Repoliticisation: The Trajectory of Rural Social Work Practice in India . Nomadic and Semi Nomadic Tribes. Neelam Yadava National Workshop on Human Rights Based Development Mr. Rukmini Jadhav English Language Laboratory Training Course REPORT Mr. Mumbai TISS. Bhasara Women SHGs Capacity Building and Skills Development Workshop Prof. M. 2011 Ahmednagar Feb. Dist Thane Department of Anthropology. Amar Prakash Mhaske 64 Ahmednagar Vikramgad Mar. 28. and National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) Participant Department of Political Science. Ram Rathod National Workshop on Politics and Administration of Forest Rights TISS. Kunhaman – National Workshop on Politics and Administration of Forest Rights Hyderabad Mar. 2011 Mar. 28. Mumbai Participant Strategy to Reach Out to Larger Population to Accept Safe Drinking Water Tribal Rights: A Historical Perspective Denotified. M.
B. Rukmini Jadhav TCI National Workshop on Communication and Cooperation Centre for Lifelong Learning. Vasant N. Rukmini Jadhav National Seminar on Contemporary Trends in English Literature Pune Feb. Pradip Prabhu National Workshop on Human Rights-Based Development TISS and National Human Rights Commission Keynote Address – Logic of Human Rights of/in/through Development 11 .S. 2011 Understanding the Relationship of Poor and the State: Role of Courts Application of Qualitative Research Dr. 21–25. and NHRC Participant - REPORT Prof. Mumbai Mumbai National Workshop on Qualitative Research Methods. 2011 TISS. Data Collection and Analytical Skills Ms. Mukesh Choudhari National Workshop on Human Rights-Based Development 2010 Prof. Social Exclusion and Social Welfare: Role of Courts Bhopal Feb. College of Arts and Commerce · Presented a Paper · Resource Person Dr. 2011 S. 9. Pradip Prabhu Status of Governance of Scheduled Areas and Development of Tribal Communities Government of Maharashtra Resource Person Status of Governance and Development in Tribal Areas ANNUAL Ms. 21–25. Sampat C. 2011 Jan. 2011 Mumbai Jan. Babasaheb Kazi Conducted a Session Writing of Qualitative Research 65 Nanded Feb. 2011 Department of English. 27–28. 2011 Ekta Parishad. Mumbai.E. Anjali Kulkarni National Workshop on Qualitative Research Methods. College of Arts and Commerce Aurangabad Feb.Faculty Anadur Feb. 21–23. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose College Pune Feb. Data Collection and Analytical Skills Aurangabad Feb. 2011 Department of English. 12–13. Jawahar College Presented a Paper Postmodernism in English Literature Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Ms. 17–18. Bhasara Mr.S. 21–22. 22–23. 2011 TISS. Pradip Prabhu Poverty. Delhi. Rukmini Jadhav National Seminar on Voices of Marginality in English Literature Presented a Paper Marginal Voice in Aravind Adiga's White TIger Prof. Pradip Prabhu Rethinking Cultural Studies: The Indian Experience · Presented a Paper · Panellist Participants Images of Silent Fury: Reflections on Orality and Resistance - Mr. Distance Education: A Tool for Women's Empowerment Land-based Livelihoods Dr. 1. TISS Centre for Media and Cultural Studies. and National Centre for Advocacy Studies National Judicial Academy Panellist Resource Person Symbiosis Institute of Distance and Open Learning Presented a Paper Dr. Mumbai Feb. 2011 Jan. 2011 Feb. 2011 S. TISS TISS. Anjali Kulkarni Symbiosis International Conference on Open and Distance Learning Pune. 19. 17–18.E.B. Kale State Consultation on Land Rights Prof.
Pradip Prabhu Water Partnership: Towards Meeting Climate Change 66 Surat Cuttack Cuttack Dec. 5–7. 2010 Ravenshaw University. 2010 Dec. 18. 7. How to become Real you and Emotions. 2011 · Presented a Paper · Panellist · Core Facilitator · Panellist Resource Person Prof. 27–29. Innovation and Development Action. 29-30. 3–4. 2011 National Judicial Academy Panellist Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session · Social Leadership · Understanding the Relationship between the Poor and the State: Role of Courts as Institutions of Leadership Tribal Rights and Issues Concerning the Environment - ANNUAL Prof. 9. 2011 Jan. 2011 Jan. 25–26. M. 6–7. 2011 Centre for Initiative. Adivasis and Naxalites: Is there a Role of the Civil Society Organisations? Indian Sociological Society Participant Participant NREGA: A Critical Assessment Mr. Surat Dr. Pradip Prabhu National Workshop on Ground Realities in PESA Implementation Centre for Social Studies. Bhasara Workshop on Skills of Computer Operator Confidence Building. Mumbai TISS-ICDD Mr. 7–8. Mohanlal Sukhadia University Centre for Excellence for Change and UNICEF TCS Mumbai Indian Statistical Institute Discussant Adjudication of Cases Relating to Protection of Environment Bhopal Jan. Rukmini Jadhav 11 Two-Day National Seminar on Postmodernism in English Literature and Criticism Udaipur Jean Baudrillard's Concept of Simulacra and Simulation PESA: Opportunities and Challenges - Prof. Sampat C. 2011 National Judicial Academy Panellist 2010 Prof. 7–8. Self Discovery. 27–30. 2010 Dec. Mukesh Choudhari Young Sociologist Workshop Mr. Mukesh Choudhari All India Sociological Conference Indian Sociological Society Presented a Paper Neo-liberal State. and How to face interview Keynote Address Presented a Paper PESA and Tribal Self-Governance SEZ: Accumulation by Dispossession Prof.Faculty Bhopal Jan. 16–17 and Feb. Kale All India Sociological Conference Mr. Kunhaman National Seminar on Dalit Households in Village Economies – Ms. 2010 Dec. Vasant N. Pradip Prabhu Implementation of PESA: Challenges and Opportunities Chennai TISS. Cuttack Cuttack TISS. 2011 Jan. Rohit Jain Development Trajectories India and South Africa: Work Livelihood and Economic Security in the 21st Century— India and South Africa Research Cluster . 2010 Dec. Pradip Prabhu Kolkata Osmanabad Department of English Presented a Paper Jan. Tuljapur Jan. Pradip Prabhu National Orientation of Newly Appointed Civil Judges REPORT Prof.
24–25. 16. 3. Pradip Prabhu State Level Workshop on Change Management Bhubaneswar Introducing Change Management Dr. Rohit Jain Samuhik Khoj Workshop ANNUAL Dr. Neelam Yadava National Seminar on ‘Building the Model Village through PRI’ REPORT Dr. 2010 Jul. Pune Anti-SEZ Campaign. India Samuhik Khoj Group Centre for Panchayti Raj. 3. 2010 Aug. and Department of Rural Development. 2010 Jul. Mumbai Nagpur Hyderabad Ahmedabad TISS. Sampat C.Faculty Bhopal Bhubaneswar Nov. Sampat C. 2010 National Judicial Academy Panellist Networking Meetings on Livelihood and Displacement Issues in India Balancing Environment Protection. 2010 Nov. 9–10. Kale National Workshop on Developing Strategies on LPG Dr. Pradip Prabhu National Seminar on PESA Act Prof. Mumbai Pune Prayas Bhopal Prof. 2010 Campaign for Right to Food and TISS. 24. Sampat C. 2010 National Judicial Academy National Centre for Advocacy Studies. Government of Orissa Narmada Bachao Andolan Participant Facilitator SC and ST Research and Training Institute. Sampat C. 22–25. Sampat C. 2010 Department of Planning and Statistics. Government of Orissa Keynote Address Nov. 16–17. Anjali Kulkarni Policy Round Table on Public Provisioning of Health Care and Decentralisation 2010 Dr. Economic Development and Human Rights Prof. Pradip Prabhu National Seminar of High Court Judges on Protection of Environment and Natural Resources: Role of Courts Bhopal Pune Aug. Pradip Prabhu 67 TISS. 2010 Sep. Pradip Prabhu National Orientation for Newly Appointed Civil Judges Prof. 12. 31. 2010 Aug. 28 . Kale 11 Maharashtra Water Core Group Meeting . 10. 2010 Oct. Kale National SEZ Campaign Meeting Mr. National Institute of Rural Development Gujarat Institute of Development Research Jul. Kale National Convention Badwani Oct. 2010 National Judicial Academy Facilitator Judges and Justice in the Eyes of the Poor and Marginalised PESA: Promise for Future? Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Prof. 2010 Aug. Kale State-Level Meeting on Right to Food Campaign – Dr. 30–31. Mumbai National Seminar on Recent Developments in Public Law Resource Person Panellist Presented a Paper Judicial Activism and Public Interest Litigation Impact of LPG on Land with Special Reference to SEZs and People's Resistance Participant Discussant Presented a Paper Peoples Audit of SEZs in Maharashtra 21st Century Socialism Model Village under Panchayati Raj Institutions: A Road Map to Rural Development Discussant Decentralisation of Health Care in Maharashtra Participant Participant Food Schemes and Social Exclusion Water for All Dr.
2010 Pune Jun. Tuljapur Mr. Amar Prakash Mhaske Consultation Workshiop on National Rural Employment Guarantee Act 68 . Pune Ministry of Environment and Forests. and Yashwantrao Chavan Academy of Development Administration. Collector's Office. 2010 SRD. Amar Prakash Mhaske and Mr. TISS Tuljapur and PRAYAS. 2010 Issues of Displacement and Loss of Biodiversity 2010 – Mr. Sampat C. Bhasara Workshop on Disaster Management through Community Mobilisation REPORT Dr.Faculty Osmanabad Jul. Kale Review of the MWANTA Campaign and Future Strategy Plan of Action TISS. and Centre for Environment Education. 18. Sampat Kale National Consultation on Green India Mission Dahanu Deolali May 27–28. 2010 Disaster Management Department. Vasant N. Nagpur Participant Made a Presentation Understanding Livelihood Issues and Advocacy Areas Made a Presentation Participants - Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session ANNUAL Mr. GoI. Pune CARAWAN YUVA. Vasant N. PUNE Participant Jun. 19. 2010 May 21–22. Osmanabad. Bhasara Capacity Building Training for Tribal Youths 11 Dr. 3.
Abdul Shaban Dr. Wankhede Prof. Rajani Konantambigi Prof.J. Hebbar Dr. Ramakumar Mr. Jasmine Damle Dr. P. Sharma Prof. A. S. Ramaiah Prof. A. Lakhan Singh Centre for Study in Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy Centre for Women's Studies Annual Report 2010–2011 69 Chairperson: Dr. Chetna Duggal Ms. Datta Ms. C. P. Roy Burman Dr. Lakshmi Lingam Dr. Sai A. Rambabu Dr. Gopinath Dr. Shaileshkumar Darokar Dr. Anita Rath Dr. Nandini Manjrekar Dr. Sandhya Rani Dr. Thakur Dr. Disha Nawani Dr. Rakhi Banerjee Dr. Nishi Mitra Prof.G. P. Chandan Sengupta Chairperson: Prof. Arvind Tiwari Centre for Studies in Sociology of Education Chairperson: Prof. Sarangapani Dr. Manish Jain Chairperson: Prof. Sthabir Khora Dr. Vrinda R. G. Rithambhara S.N. Sonowal Mr.SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES Dean: Prof. Upasna Mahanta . Rohit Mutatkar Mr.J. Ranu Jain Prof. Madhushree Sekher Dr. R. Parthasarathi Mondal Mr. Siva Raju Prof. Iyer Mr. Asha Bajpa Prof.M. Sandhya V. Swapna Banerjee-Guha Dr. Padma M. Aparna Joshi Centre for Human Ecology Centre for Socio-Legal Studies and Human Rights Programme Coordinator: Prof. Vineet Kohli Centre for Development Studies Chairperson: Dr. Leena Abraham Dr. Bindhulakshmi Ms. J. Gaurang Sahay Dr. R. Padma Velaskar Prof.
‘Sententia 2010’ was organised by students of the M. the School received many applications for its 4 programmes of Counselling. A workshop on the use of Music in Therapy by Ms. Luxembourg University. Prabhakar. Cambridge University. Prof. Mohan Rao from USA. Somaiya College.A. Dr. Dr. Sainath were invited to deliver special lectures and participate in the event. P. A number of visiting scholars made valuable contributions to the enhancement of the School’s teaching programmes: Adv. social auditing. the then Chief Information Commissioner. P. former Chairperson. Research activities in the School acquired significant global dimensions through interaction between the School faculty and international scholars. Neelika Mehrotra (Jawaharlal Nehru University). Prof. Sivaramakrishnan. Sajal Nag and Mr. Past Life Regression Therapy by renowned psychotherapist. Sanjoy Hazarika. They have also contributed to a range of activist and academic activities by virtue of their placement in community based organisations and other kinds of NGOs and some volunteered participation in talks. Mr. Prof. Mr. . ‘Reflections beyond the Lens’. Masaryk University. lectures and publications. campaigns and marches on women’s/gender and social issues organised externally. R. 2010) with LSE. The main areas of research initiatives during the period include: global justice. A. Prof.K. Sanjukta Wagh and Ms. Usha Thorat. Centre for Socio-Legal Studies and Human Rights. Sarma and Dr. Hormis 70 Thrakan. Mr.P. the academic initiative of the students of Development Studies. Mr. Paromita Vora. Development Studies. Ram Puniyani. Mumbai-based organisations Point of View and Awaz-eNiswan organised a special photo exhibition and dialogue with women survivors of domestic violence titled. Ye Hum Kyun Sahein by Jana Natya Manch. In particular. Anand Teltumbde. Mamatha Shetty (Clinical Psychologist and Counsellor). Asghar Ali Engineer. food security. Prof. and Freie University. Ms. Flavia Agnes. Arvind Narrain (Human Rights activist from Alternative Law Forum. informal sector and poverty. Centre for Human Ecology. Abhinaya Kamble (K. Adv. Professor L. problems of minorities. Venkatesh Athreya. Students have enthusiastically organised special programme to celebrate the International Women's Day on March 8 and have contributed to campus sensitivity on gender issues. were the main events. visits. Annapurna Shaw. Government of India was the Chief Guest for the event. Dr. USA. human security. Prof. Jimmy Modi. Oxford University. The School continues to strengthen its focus on critical engagement with social science teaching and research from multi. participation in seminars. Dhanagare. protests. and a musical dance drama. Brinda Bose (University of Delhi) and noted feminist film maker Ms. Dr. and a panel discussion on ‘Counselling Across the Lifespan’ by Ms. A seminar on ‘Deliberating State Policy’ was organised as part of Manzar 2010. Mr. Ashok Nagpal. higher education. Centre for Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy and Centre for Women’s Studies The teaching and research activities of SSS were further consolidated during the academic year 2010–2011. in Women's Studies organised a seminar-cum-festival titled. in Counselling programme. K. POW and Anweshi). M.K. food security. Raju Korde. ‘Representational Realities and Gender Imagery’ . West Bengal Minorities Development & Finance Corporation. Neha Dalal (Dignity Foundation). Univeristy of Hertfordshire. town planning. Deepak Mathew (Counselling and Clinical Psychologist). Rachana Johari. population and development. Christoph Wulf. Mr. Chakra by Natak Company were also part of Manzar. Hebsur.and inter-disciplinary perspectives through its 6 Centres: Centre for Development Studies. Thorat. A book launch was organised to release the School’s first major work on a joint volume entitled Democracy. Dr. agrarian crisis. crime in cities.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES The School of Social Sciences (SSS) has remained the Institute’s largest School in terms of faculty strength. The members of faculty at the School continue to remain very active in their contributions to their chosen areas of research.S. Neha John presented a dance drama titled ‘Let her be born’. Ms. Dr. UGC. from MIT. Usha Ramanathan. Like the previous year. Several eminent scholars and well known public intellectuals were also part of Manzar and activists like Prof. the School had academic interactions through collaborative research. Chairman.The Keynote Address was delivered by Dr. politics of environment. Dr. Mr.C. Lalitha (feminist activist scholar. Mr. Kalpana Kannibaran (Asmita Resource Centre for Women ). Ms. Education (Elementary) and Women’s Studies. Two cultural events—a street play. and Dr. Prof. Archana Prasad.N. and Ms. K.J. Ms. and Prof. Adv. Bhole. Mr. Chandrasekhar. Abha Sur. Students of M. Centre for Studies in Sociology of Education. Other distinguished external speakers were: Dr. Amiya Kumar Bagchi. Sciences Po. D. Anushka Lewis. Development and Decentralisation in India: Continuing Debates (Routledge. J. Siriyavan Anand. Prof. C. S. Mohammad Salim. tribals issues. Bangalore).A. University of Paris-Diderod. Wajahat Habibullah. Shubhada Rao. Eminent scholars from India and abroad delivered public lectures and special talks at the School: Prof. Irfan Engineer. Germany.M. lectures with the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). University of Mumbai ).M. Dr. reproductive health.
Vineet Kohli Research Council. 2010 Analysis and writing of report Dr. 2010 Jul. Ramakumar Planning Commission. S. TISS ICSSR-ESRC (UK) bilateral collaboration programme Sep. Sandhya Iyer A Study of Tribes in South India with Special Reference to Karnataka. Siva Raju Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) Feb. Mar. Conferences. 2011 Dr. 2010 Ongoing Data collection Prof. TISS Jan. GoI Oct. India Research Council. R. S. Workshops and Training Programmes Organised 44 46 83 17 Participation in/Contribution to Seminars. 2010 Report submitted Dr. Ramakumar and Mr. 2011 Analysis and submission of draft report Ongoing Dr. S. Sandhya Rani 71 . 2010 Report submitted Prof. Siva Raju University Grants Commission Jan. Workshops and Training Programmes Papers Presented 62 Research Projects and Other Projects Title of the Project Sponsor Date of Sanction/Commencement Present Position In-Charge CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENT STUDIES Preparation of Ahmednagar Vision 2020 Document Ahmednagar District Collectorate Feb. Jan.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 QUICK FACTS Faculty Members Research Projects and Other Projects Publications Seminars.M. TISS Tata Power Collaboration in Corporate Social Responsibility 2010–11* Incomes of Rural Households in Maharashtra: A Study based on Primary Data from Selected Villages Midterm Appraisal of the Eleventh Five Year Plan for Andaman and Nicobar Islands Parsis of India* Politics of Sustainable Development: Mobility and Development along the Mumbai-Pune Expressway Decomposing Inequality Measures to Analysing Education Outcomes in India Socio-Economic Survey of Godhna Thermal Power Plant in Chhattisgarh State* Sexual and Reproductive Health Status of Tribal Married Women: A Study in Ladakh. 2010 Data collection completed Dr. R. Siva Raju Dr. Sandhya Iyer Karnataka Power Corporation Ltd. 2011 Data collection Prof. Abdul Shaban TISS Jul. P. Ltd. Ritambhara Hebbar Tata Power Co. 109 Conferences. 2011 Ongoing Dr.
Sarangapani and Dr. Padma M. TISS Agaz Foundation May 2010 Oct. Manish Jain Prof. GoI Jan. Government of Maharashtra (GoM) Development Study Group. Padma M. Asha Bajpai CENTRE FOR STUDIES IN SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION Researching Teachers and Teacher Education Comparative Inquiry into the Post RtE School Scenario in India: Survey of Schools (Institutional Quality. Ramakumar Prof. Manish Jain May 2010 Ongoing Prof. S. R. Padma M. 2009 Draft report ready Report writing Prof. Padma M. Sarangapani Prof. Ltd.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Title of the Project Sponsor Date of Sanction/Commencement Jan. GoM Oct. Abdul Shaban CENTRE FOR SOCIO-LEGAL STUDIES AND HUMAN RIGHTS Community Policing and its Impact on Public Order Engendering Governance and Rural Local Bodies in Bihar. 2010 Ongoing Dr. Ramakumar Dr. Draft report submitted Ongoing Final report submitted Ongoing Dr. Teachers and Parents) Studying Quality in the Post RtE School Scenario in India: Conceptual Background Case Studies for Indicative Operational Guidelines for Strengthening and Revitalisation of the Sub-District Level Resource Centres Framing Citizens: Civics in Colonial and Post-Colonial India Comparative Inquiry into the Post RtE School Scenario in India: Survey of Schools Role and Influence of Education Resource Centres on the Professional Practice of Teachers and Teacher Education Australian Education Research Council Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD). Karnataka and Rajasthan* Research Council. Sarangapani and Dr. 2010 Ongoing Prof. TISS Maharashtra State Minorities Commission. Siva Raju International Critical Geography Group Nov. Sarangapani Sir Ratan Tata Trust (SRTT) ICICI Centre for Elementary Education SRTT Jul. Abdul Shaban Jan. 2010 Nov. 2009 Final report under preparation Final report submitted Dr. Sarangapani and Dr. Swapna Banerjee-Guha Research Council. Padma M. 2009 Dr. Padma M. 2010 Completed Prof. 2010 Present Position In-Charge Multi-Sectoral Development Plan for Malegaon Contested Rural Development TISS Tata Power Collaboration in Corporate Social Responsibility 2009–10* Spatialising Neoliberalism and Globalisation: Cities and Regions in India in Contemporary Times Monitoring and Analysis of Budgets in Maharashtra State Socioeconomic and Educational Status of Muslims in Maharashtra: A State Report Maharashtra State Minorities Commission. Disha Nawani May 1010 Ongoing 72 . Arvind Tiwari Prof. 2009 Prof. 2009 Apr. Manish Jain ICSSR-ESRC Aug. 2011 Jan. 2011 Completed Tool preparation Prof. Sarangapani MHRD/EdCil Jul. R. University of Zurich Tata Power Co.
2008 Completed Ongoing Dr. 2008 Aug. 2009 Jan. Madhushree Sekher International Food Policy Research Institute Research Council. TISS Dec. Nandini Manjrekar CENTRE FOR STUDY OF SOCIAL EXCLUSION AND INCLUSIVE POLICY Institutions for Food Security: Global Insights from Rural India* Efficacy of Panchayats (Extension to the Scheduled Areas) Act (PESA) in Madhya Pradesh Institutional Reforms and Public Service Delivery in Indian Cities: A Study of Urban Governance in Orissa Gender and Governance in Rural Services Administration of Forest Villages and Tribal Situation: A Study in Assam Australian Research Council Mar. TISS Jan. Sthabir Khora Jul. Padma Velaskar Prof. 2010 Present Position In-Charge Research. Leena Abraham Nirantar: A Centre for Gender and Education Oct.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Title of the Project Sponsor Date of Sanction/Commencement Apr. Isolation or Integration in Higher Education? Traditional Knowledge in Modern Settings: A Study of the Reproduction of Ayurveda Knowledge in Kerala Gender and Nation in School Textbooks: Gujarat Navajbai Ratan Tata Trust Ongoing Prof. 2009 Ongoing Dr. J. Sthabir Khora CSSE. 2009 Ongoing Dr. Management and Leadership in a District Investigating the Impact of National Curriculum Reforms on Students’ Meaning Making and Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices in the Context of Mathematics Teaching and Learning Gender. 2010 Fieldwork in progress Ongoing Dr. TISS Jul. C. 2007 Ongoing Dr. Policy Advocacy and Evaluation: Teacher Development and Resource Centres Teacher Professionalism: A Study of Teachers And Class Room Processes Relationship between Assessment and Use of Teaching Learning Materials State of Education. Madhushree Sekher TISS Mar. 2008 Ongoing Report submitted Prof.J. 2009 Prof. 2010 Completed Dr. 2009 Ongoing Dr. Sonowal 73 . TISS Jul. Disha Nawani CSSE. Disha Nawani Centre for Studies in Sociology of Education (CSSE). Sarangapani and Dr. Wankhede Homi Bhabha Fellowships Council Jul. 2008 Completed Dr. TISS CSSE. Roy Burman IIM-Ahmedabad Dec. TISS Jun.G. TISS British Council Mar. 2005 Completed Dr. Conflict and Education: Girls’ Schooling in Post-2002 Gujarat Dalit Women of Maharashtra Widening Participation: Diversity. Rakhi Banerjee CSSE.J. 2009 Completed Dr. Padma M. Madhushree Sekher Dr. Nandini Manjrekar CSSE. G.
In Compendium of Research Papers from International Seminar on Innovations of the Strategic Management for Organisational Excellence.G. Mumbai Reader ’09. Albrow and H. 2010 Just initiated Prof. Contradictions of Development in Contemporary India. Ahmed (Eds. Nation and Global Justice: Introduction. London: Ashgate. Sengupta · State. The Netherlands Aug. Spatiality. Contemporary Urban Policy in India: A Critique of Neoliberal Urbanism. Global Civil Society 2011: Globality and the Absence of Justice. GoI. C. Seckinelgin (Eds.J. 2011. 2011. India’s New Economic Policy: A Critical Analysis. 2011. Lakshmi Lingam Publications DEAN Prof.J. Space. February. Development Theory and Practice: Emerging Perspectives. Noble (Eds. Pune: Sinhagad Institute of Business Administration and Research. 287–303. 2008 Completed Prof. Mumbai: Urban Design Research Institute. Gender.). TISS Ongoing Dr. Spatio-Social Location of the Homeless in Hong Kong (in Bangla). In P.). 2009 Final report submitted Prof. 2010. In A. Lakshmi Lingam Aug. J. Joshi (Ed. Roy Burman CENTRE FOR WOMEN’S STUDIES Urban Aspirations of Global Cities Power and Powerlessness: Two Sides of the Same Coin for Women Academic Mothers: A Study of Women Academics in South Africa. C. India and Brazil Assessing the Coverage and Effectiveness of National Efforts to Provide Quality Maternity Protection for All Strengthening Integrated Water Resources Management. 2011. and International Labour Organisation Department of Environmental Sciences. 2010.). Open Democracy Web Journal. Dr. Peet. Regional Resources and Urban Perspectives in the 21st Century. Delhi: Cambridge University Press. 2010 Literature review Dr. P. In M. In R.). 45(1). Transactions. Delhi: Routledge. Human Geography and Social Science: Politics of Production of Space. Equity and Rights Approach* Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity National Research Foundation in South Africa Dec. India’s New Urban Policy and Contemporary Urban Planning: Socio-Spatial Injustices in Mumbai’s Redevelopment. Spatial Dynamics and Peripatetic Capital: Special Economic Zones in India. 2011. Sonowal TISS. Jasmine Damle · Pune-Tradition to Market (1989–99): A Study of Changing Trends in Consumption with Special Reference to Service Sector in Food Industry. New Delhi: Gyan Publications. Swapna Banerjee-Guha · · · · · · · New Urbanism. 2008 Present Position In-Charge Social Analysis of Joint Forest Management and National Afforestation Programme Scheme in Maharashtra Ethnography of a Nomadic Tribe in Maharashtra Research Council.K. 2004 Report writing Prof. Anushtup. 2011. (Eds. Gopinath · Patent Regulations and its Impact on Indian Pharmaceutical Industry: A Case Study of Pharmaceutical in Mumbai Region. et al. 33(1). Neoliberalism and Urban Restructuring in Mumbai.). 74 . Wageningen University. London: Palgrave Macmillan. Mumbai Mar. CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENT STUDIES Prof. 2011. Kundu and W. Thakur. Dr. 1–17. A. Lakshmi Lingam Nov. 2011.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Title of the Project Sponsor Date of Sanction/Commencement Apr. Dutt and A. Nishi Mitra Ministry of Labour and Employment. In B.
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Seminars. Ramakumar National Consultation on ‘From Social Protection to Social Justice: Addressing Issues of Poverty and Exclusion in India' Presented a Paper Agrarian Crisis. Planning and its Provisions in Maharashtra Presented a Paper Rawls and Dalits in India: Considerations on Social Exclusion Presented a Paper Violence of Desire: A Gandhian Perspective Chaired a Session - Mr. R. 2011 World Bank Represented TISS - Prof. Sengupta Enhancing Human Security in the Context of Climate Change CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENT STUDIES Washington. 14–15. Sharma Regional Centre of Excellence for Training in Social Development in Context of Social Impact Assessment and R&R Mumbai Mar. 2011 Mar. 2011 Mar. 2011 Jamia Millia Islamia Thiruvananthapuram TISS. The University of Sydney. and TISS Dr. 21–23.V. D. 2011 CEHAT.N. 11–12. 25–26. Anita Rath Maharashtra’s Budget: A Scrutiny of Development Discourse · Presented a Paper 81 Hyderabad Mar.Faculty Participation in/Contribution to Conferences. Mumbai.M. Parthasarathi Mondal International Seminar on Social Exclusion: Meanings and Perspectives Mr. University Tirupati · Chaired a Session · Maharashtra’s Social and Health Sector Budget: A Note on Emerging Characteristics and Trends · Social Sector Budget. Sandhya Rani · Presented a Paper · Chaired a Session – 11 National Seminar on. Workshops and Training Programmes Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Faculty Title of the Programme DEAN TISS. 2011 University of Hyderabad New Delhi Mar. SNDT Women’s University. 2011 Department of Anthropology.C. S. S. Mumbai Centre for Gerontological Studies TISS. and TISS · Presented a Paper · Chaired a Session Mainstreaming Human Security in Matters of Climate Change: Problems and Prospects Prof. Mumbai Jun. 18–19. Poverty and the Question of Social Protection in India 2010 Dr. C. KHOJ. 25. P. Australia. Bio-Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development: Contemporary Issues and Consequences Reproductive Health Issues of Tribal Adolescent Married Girls in Jharkhand: A Development Debate . Parthasarathi Mondal International Seminar on Gandhi: A Communication Perspective ANNUAL Prof.. 23–25. 2010 Academy of Social Sciences. and South Asia Regional Committee of the International Council of Social Welfare Mar. USA Apr. R. Siva Raju National Consultation on Empowerment of Older Women REPORT Dr. 22–23.
S. 2011 Tirupati National Seminar on Women. 2011 Asian Forum for Social Theory Chennai Feb. Siva Raju Dharwad Feb. Sandhya Rani 82 Bangalore Feb.Faculty Mumbai Mar. Labour and Dispossession: Results from the Resurvey of a Vidarbha village Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session ANNUAL Dr. Sandhya Iyer Maharashtra’s Economy at 50: Development Issues and Policy Priorities New Delhi Mar. 2011 Feb. Health and Development: Issues and Challenges Knowledge of STDs and HIV/AIDS among Tribal Adolescent Married Girls: Issues and Concerns Presented a Paper Asian Social Theory: Lessons from Tagore’s Internationalism Mr.V.V. P. University Presented a Paper Chaired a Session Demographic Transition in India: Issues and Implications - Prof. University Department of Population Studies and Social Work.M. 2011 Maharashtra Economic Development Council Centre for Economic Studies and Planning. S. 21–23. Immiserisation and Development 11 Stock Markets. 8. R. Siva Raju Workshop on Demographic Transition in India Prof. 2011 Tirupati Tirupati Feb. University Department of Population Studies and Social Work. Siva Raju 8th Annual Conference of Indian Association for Social Sciences and Health Dr. Swaminathan Research Foundation Presented a Paper How to Reap the Benefits of Demographic Dividend in Agriculture Department of Statistics. S. Sandhya Rani 8th Annual Conference of Indian Association for Social Sciences and Health · Presented a Paper · Chaired a Session Autonomy.11–13. 2011 Feb. 11–13. 2011 ICSSR North Eastern Regional Centre Resource Person · Presented a Paper · Chaired a Session Dr. 25–26. 2011 2010 Dr. 2011 Department of Sociology. Ramakumar Inter-disciplinary Dialogue on Reaping the Demographic Dividend in Agriculture and Rural Development M. P.M. 19–21. 13. S. S. Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Centre for Economic Studies and Planning. Parthasarathi Mondal International Workshop on Visions of Asia and the Challenges of Creative Social Theorising Dr. Karnatak University Workshop on Capacity Building in Social Science Research Shillong Mar. Immiserisation and Development New Delhi Mar. Vineet Kohli – National Conference on Accumulation. R. 7–9. Ramakumar National Conference on Accumulation. Finance and Development: Lessons from the History of Advanced Countries and India’s Post-Financial Liberalisation Experience - Prof. 7–9.V.S. 4–7. Social Networking and Health Status of Tribal Adolescent Married Girls in Jharkhand . S. 2011 REPORT Dr. JNU Presented a Paper Presented a Paper Presented a Paper Unequal Growth: Public Policies and Human Development in Maharashtra Land.
R.Faculty Puducherry · Discussant Kolkata Feb. Gaurang R. 28. Pondicherry University · Presented a Paper · Economic Reforms and Farmer Suicides in India · Farmer Suicides in India: Some Theoretical Issues Policies and Programmes for Senior Citizens in India: Some Emerging Issues Poverty. 2011 Dec. University of Mumbai Dr. Ramakumar Seminar on Dalit Households in Village Economies Agrarian Change and Changes in the Socioeconomic Conditions of Dalit Households in a Malabar Village Resource Person · Development Planning in Perspective · District Planning for Sustainable Human Development in Ladakh: Operationalising Vision 2025 Participant - Dr. 3–4. Anita Rath World Congress of Asian Studies: FOCUS Asia 2011 Prof. 2011 Indian Statistical Institute. 20–21. 2010 Dec. Kolkata Workshop on Development and Ecological Imbalance Kolkata Jan. 7–8. Siva Raju International Seminar on Childhood and Ageing: Contemporary Scenario Kolkata Dr. 2011 Department of Sociology. 2010 Academic Staff College. 2011 Society for Indian Culture and Heritage. 10–11. 2011 Mumbai Pune Orissa Jan. 4–8. 2–6. Relief and Philanthropy: Understanding Parsi Philanthropy through Maussian Lens Social Aspects of Ageing and its Determinants: A Study in Mumbai Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Dr. S. Pandit Solanki Institute of Oriental Studies and Institute of Civilisation Studies Teachers and Scientists against Maldevelopment The Asiatic Society Panellist · Presented a Paper · Chaired a Session Presented a Paper Presented a Paper Department of Sociology University of Calcutta · Presented a Paper · Chaired a Session Feb. Sahay Farmer Suicides in India Prof. Gopinath Refresher Course in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences REPORT Dr. S. 2011 Jan. P. Gaurang R. 2011 Prof. Polity and Social Tensions – 11 · Agrarian Capitalism and Unfree Labour in India · Applications of Sociology for Socioeconomic Development in India . 25–29. R. Sahay Development. 3–22. Ramakumar Second LASSnet Conference Foundation for Liberal and Management Education Indian Sociological Society Panel Presenter · Presented a Paper · Resource Person The UID Project in India: A Sceptical Note 2010 Dr. 2011 Feb. Siva Raju National Seminar on Ageing Environment in the New Millennium: The Indian Situation Kolkata 83 Mumbai Jan. 27–30. Sandhya Iyer Training Programme on Capacity Building for Councillors of Ladakh TISS Ladakh Project Team ANNUAL Dr. Swapna Banerjee-Guha Kolkata Jan.
R. S. 2010 Karnatak University. Ramakumar National Conference on Contemporary Agrarian Questions: Global and Local Presented a Paper The Continuing Relevance of the Land Question: Results from the Resurvey of a Vidarbha Village Asian Population Association Rapporteured 2 Sessions Centre for Budget and Governance Accountability Gurunanak Dev University Presented a Paper - Prof. 16–20. Ramakumar Consultation on Unique Identification Project (Aadhaar) . 5. 17–19. in collaboration with the International Longevity Centre-India Central University of Gujarat Dr. Ritambhara Hebbar Workshop on Academic Writing and Publication Made a Presentation Writing on Tribes in India Dr. Gaurang R. Ramakumar Seminar on Aadhaar Project Keynote Address Why the UID Project should be Resisted? Chief Rapporteur - Prof. 2010 New Delhi Amritsar Oct. 2010 The International Institute on Ageing.N. Siva Raju Training Programme in Gerontology Pune Dec. Anita Rath Clairvoyance 2010: Healthcare in South Asia: Revisiting the Last Decade. Kochi World Health Organisation. Foretelling the Next Kochi Dec. 2010 Field-view of State in Development Innovative Healthcare Financing Models in South Asia 11 Dr. 2010 Democratic Alliance for Knowledge Freedom. 17–19. 24–26. 8. 15–16. United Nations-Malta (INIA). Sharma Seminar on Urban Development in India: Challenges for Good Governance Dr. TISS School of Health System Studies. R. 2010 New Delhi ActionAid India New Delhi Nov. R. Sahay Manzar 2010: Deliberating State Policy TISS. 2010 TISS. 2010 Nov. 2010 Mumbai Oct. 15–21. Dharwad Presented a Paper Non-farm Enterprises in India: Some Emerging Macro Trends as Revealed by Economic Censuses 1980–2005 - Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session ANNUAL Dr.Gopinath 52nd Conference of the Indian Society of Labour Economics REPORT Prof. S. Siva Raju First Asian Population Association Conference Dr. and The International Centre-India Centre for Development Studies. 7. Mumbai Dec. Siva Raju Consultation on Active and Healthy Ageing Pune 84 Gandhinagar Nov. 2010 Nov. TISS Chaired a Session Chaired a Session Resource Person 2010 Dr. R. 2010 Anna Adhikar Abhiyan Nov. P . 2010 Dr. 17. Vineet Kohli Conference on Understanding the Political Economy of Taxation Direct Taxes Code: An Examination of Key Proposals Keynote Address The Crisis of Urban Development and Good Governance in India Presented a Paper The UID Project: Myths and Realities Prof. 11–12. S. Mumbai – Dec. 28–29.Faculty Dharwad Dec.
Gopinath International Conference on Ministry of Micro. Gopinath International Seminar on Innovations in Strategic Management for Organisational Excellence Prof. Swaminathan Research Foundation ANNUAL REPORT Prof.Faculty Pune Oct.N. 2010 Delhi Jul. 17–18. 4. Liberalisation and Agrarian Distress: A Study of Suicides among Farmers in India Presented a Paper Normal Ageing: Socio-Cultural Factors Presented a Paper Attracting and Retaining Youth in Indian Agriculture Prof. 14–16. College of Architecture Presented a Paper Predicament of the Poor in Mumbai’s Transformation Discussant Forest Governance in Jharkhand: Issues in the Field Dr. S. 2010 · MSME Enterprises in India: Some Emerging Trends as Revealed by Economic Censuses · Technology in the Khadi Industry Dr. 7–9. Sharma Seminar on ‘My Country India: Reviving Patriotism of 1885’ Participant Divisive Forces in India 11 . R.S. Sharma Workshop on Socio-cultural Guidelines for Displaced Tribal People Nagpur Sep. 2010 Global Labour University Presented a Paper 85 Mumbai Sep. P. 2010 Ministry of Forest and Environment. R. Ritambhara Hebbar 2010 Consultative Meeting on Improving Forest Governance in Scheduled Areas – Prof. 8–9. GoI Navi Mumbai Jun. Germany Sep.N. Ramakumar International Conference on Eliminating Hunger and Poverty: Priorities in Global Agricultural Research and Development Agenda in an Era of Climate Change and Rising Food Prices M. 2010 Anthropological Survey of India Presented a Paper Dr.J. R. P. 7–8.N. 4–5. 23. R. Siva Raju Healthy Ageing: From Concept to Reality Dr. Gaurang R. Sahay Labour and the Global Crisis: Sharing the Burden (–) Shaping the Future (?) Berlin. 2010 Aug. 2010 Sinhagad Institute of Business Administration and Research Presented a Paper Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Patent Regulation and its Impact on Indian Pharmaceutical Industry: A Case Study of Pharmaceutical in Mumbai Region Issues Related to Initial Social Impact Assessment Dr. Sharma Seminar on Knowing Mega City: Mumbai J. Small and Medium (MSME) Enterprises. 2010 Institute of Management Technology Presented 2 Papers Kolkata Oct. 30. 2010 Indian Association for Geriatric Mental Health Chennai Mumbai Aug. 2010 ICLES College Globalisation.
7–8. University of Sydney. 2011 Infosys Ms. 2011 How does Belief in God Influence our Mental Health and Existential Status? Quantitative and Qualitative Exploration on an Indian Sample Mental Health and Human Rights Ms. 2010 Education World United Nations Population Fund Symposium on Violence Against Women Mumbai Nov. 14–15. Chetna Duggal 38th National Annual Conference of Indian Association of Clinical Psychologists Ahmedabad 11 Jan. and TISS. Vrinda Datta Global Conference on Early Childhood Education: Opportunities and Challenges Ms. 22–24. 24. 2011 Feb. 2011 Bombay Association of Trained Social Workers and the Family Therapy Study Group Indian Association of Clinical Psychologists Presented a Paper Resource Person/Trainer Techniques and Skills in Intervention in Family Therapy Ms. Mumbai Presented a Paper Water Security in Urban India Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session ANNUAL Dr. Abdul Shaban Enhancing Human Security in the Context of Climate Change: Contributions from Indian and Australian Social Scientists REPORT CENTRE FOR HUMAN ECOLOGY Mumbai Feb. 19–20. 17. Aparna Joshi Capacity Building Programme for Counsellors from Delhi Municipal Corporation Counselling Women Facing Domestic Violence: Perspectives and Skills Regulation of Early Childhood Education Resource Person/ Trainer · Gender and Health: Case Studies · Health and Mental Health Correlates of Domestic Violence · Overview of Counselling Issues Pertaining to Domestic Violence Counselling Prof. 15–16. Aparna Joshi Capacity Buiding Programme for Health Professionals from Delhi Municipal Corporation United Nations Population Fund CENTRE FOR SOCIO-LEGAL STUDIES AND HUMAN RIGHTS Participant Tamil Nadu Dr. Mumbai Jun.Faculty TISS. 19. 2010 Pune Chennai Mar. Ambedkar Law University · Resource Person · Chaired a Session - Prof. Asha Bajpai GRB Fact Finders Training Prof. 2010 Jul. 2010 Academy of Social Sciences Australia. Aparna Joshi Family Therapy Workshop 2010 – Ms. 18–20. Aparna Joshi Delhi Aug. Arvind Tiwari International Conference of Indian Society of Criminology . 2010 International Institute for Population Sciences Panellist Resource Person/Trainer Keynote Address 86 Mumbai Delhi Jun.
Criminology Course CENTRE FOR STUDIES IN SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION Participant Sub-theme Coordinator State. Arvind Tiwari 3rd International Conference of Indian Society of Victimology Prof. Arvind Tiwari National Workshop on Review of Curriculum of M. Government of India Resource Person Resource Person Resource Person Keynote Address Dec. Challenging Hegemonies—Revisioning Gender Politics REPORT Dr. Nandini Manjrekar 13th National Conference of the Indian Association for Women’s Studies: Resisting Marginalisation. Nandini Manjrekar XV National Workshop on Critical Theory and History ANNUAL Dr. 2010 Forum of Federations and Centre for Public Affairs Resource Person Dec. 2011 Prof. Barkatullah University Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission International Institute for Population Sciences Lok Naik Jaiprakash Narayan National Institute and Criminology & Forensic Science. 2011 Forum on Contemporary Theory Indian Association for Women’s Studies New Delhi Feb. 8–9. 2010 Jul. Nandini Manjrekar National Consultation on Using Visuals as a Pedagogical Aid for Gender Sensitivity Presented a Paper Posters as Pedagogy 2010 – 11 Centre for Women’s Development Studies and Department of Women’s Studies. Arvind Tiwari International Conference on Public Security in Federal Polities Prof. National Council of Educational Research and Training. Asha Bajpai Workshop on Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Prof. 27. 6–8.Faculty Mumbai Bhubaneswar Chennai New Delhi Bhopal Sep. 2011 Childline India Foundation Resource Person Child Sexual Abuse Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Prof. 2010 Department of Legal Studies and Research. Asha Bajpai National Conference on Child Rights: An Insight into Reality Mumbai Mumbai New Delhi Jun. 2010 University of Madras Resource Person Jan. 2010 Prof. 2010 Aug. 22–26. 2011 Mar. 2011 KIIT University Resource Person Chaired a Session HIV/AIDS Among Prisoners in India: Issues and Challenges Fighting Organised Crime in India: Issues and Challenges Child Rights: An Insight into Reality Human Rights Education: An Overview Marriage and Dowry: Indian Situation Jan. Ministry of Home Affairs. 10. 2–5. 17–19. Gender and Reproductive Health 87 Vadodara Wardha Feb. 12. Asha Bajpai Demography.A. 6–7. 21–24. 28. New Delhi . Arvind Tiwari 2nd Asian Society of Criminology Conference Prof. Arvind Tiwari Consultation on Human Rights Education Prof. Nation and Citizenship Dr.
Leena Abraham 36th All India Sociological Conference Dr. 2010 Indian Sociological Society and Ravenshaw University Jan. Leena Abraham Workshop on Research Methodology Prof. 2010 Nov. University of Baroda Presented a Paper Library Movement in Baroda State Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session ANNUAL Dr. G. M. Class and Gender Mobility in Kerala History Department. Educational Change and Reforms— Comparative Perspectives . 3–22. Nandini Manjrekar National Seminar on Mapping a City: Baroda Through the Ages Dr. Privatisation and Globalisation: Issues of Caste. Manish Jain Conceptual Dimensions of a Comparative Inquiry into the School Scenario in India · Public. Sree Sankaracharya University Zakir Husain Centre for Educational Studies. Leena Abraham Episteme-4 – Dr. TISS 36th All India Sociological Conference Cuttack Dec. 2010 CSSE. 2011 Department of History. 19–21. 27–30. 2011 Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education Participant Re-imagining Traditional Institutions: Ayurveda’s Response to Dominant Bio-medical Discourse Participant Prepared 2 Conceptual Papers Jan. 2010 National Council for Education Research and Training Kozhikode Kalady New Delhi Nov. 2010 Dr. Wankhede Workshop on Tool Development Dr. 18. JNU Resource Person Panellist Globalisation and the New Gendered Cultures of Higher Education Dr. University of Mumbai Participant · Presented a Paper · Chaired a Session Jan.S. 2011 Academic Staff College. 14–16. 15–16. 2011 Linguistics Department. Sthabir Khora TISS. Sthabir Khora UGC Refresher Course in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences 11 Dr. 2011 Majlis Participant Feb. 27–28. Padma Velaskar Annual Conference 2010 of the Comparative Education Society of India: Globalisation. Private and Education: A Historical Overview · Thinking about Teachers and Teaching in Contemporary Times: Some Preliminary Notes Resource Person - Prof. 5–8. School of Social Sciences. Leena Abraham 37th Annual Conference of the Kerala Sociological Society Kerala Sociological Society and Farookh College Panellist Institutionalisation. 5–6. 17–18. Mumbai Dec.Faculty Vadodara Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Mumbai Cuttack Dec. 2010 Nov.G. Leena Abraham Language and Culture in the Making of a Nation 2010 Dr. 15–17. Nandini Manjrekar Negotiating Spaces: Gender Concerns in Conflict Zones REPORT Dr. 27–30. 2010 Indian Sociological Society and Ravenshaw Universit 88 New Delhi Dec. University of Mumbai Participant Feb.
Nandini Manjrekar Annual Conference 2010 of the Comparative Education Society of India: Globalisation. Colonial Citizen: Civics in Colonial India 89 Vadodara Oct. G. Wankhede International Conference on UKIERI Project Presented a Paper 2010 Higher Education in India: An Overview in the Global Context Academic - – Prof.G. 4–7. UK Sep. Nandini Manjrekar Impact of Meena Campaign in Gujarat Expert - Prof. South Africa Oct. Disha Nawani Annual Conference 2010 of the Comparative Education Society of India: Globalisation. Gujarat Centre for Sociological Research. 2010 Oxford University Annual Conference 2010 of the Comparative Education Society of India: Globalisation. 24. 2010 Zakir Husain Centre for Educational Studies. JNU Presented a Paper Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Conflict. School of Social Sciences. JNU Presented a Paper From Harry Potter to Akbar-Birbal: A Sociological Study of Children’s Reading Habits Dr. Education and Gender: Schooling of Muslim Girls in Contemporary Gujarat Dr. Manish Jain Presented a Paper Colonial Knowledge. 15–17. 2010 Johannesburg. 15–17. Educational Change and Reforms— Comparative Perspectives New Delhi Nov. University of Johannesburg and Centre for Indian Studies. University of the Witwatersrand Dr. School of Social Sciences. 11–12. 15–17. JNU Education Management and Leadership in a School District Dr. Padma Velaskar South Africa and India: Dialogues on Social Justice and Contested Transitions Presented a Paper Reproduction. Sthabir Khora Annual Conference 2010 of the Comparative Education Society of India: Globalisation.Faculty New Delhi Nov. Educational Change and Reforms— Comparative Perspectives New Delhi Nov. 2010 Zakir Husain Centre for Educational Studies. 2010 Zakir Husain Centre for Educational Studies. Contradiction Contestation: The Struggle for a Just Education in India ANNUAL REPORT Dr. Educational Change and Reforms— Comparative Perspectives New Delhi Nov. 13–14. 15–17. Wankhede 11 International Seminar on Dalits in Global Market Economy . G. School of Social Sciences. 2010 Research Centre for Women’s Studies. 1–2. SNDT Women's University Sep. Leena Abraham 1st Anniversary Seminar of the Avabai Wadia Archives for Women Participant - Prof. JNU Presented a Paper Dr. 2010 Mumbai Sep. 2010 Zakir Husain Centre for Educational Studies.G. UK Oxford. 2010 UKIERI Hatfield. School of Social Sciences. Educational Change and Reforms— Comparative Perspectives Sahiyar Stree Sanghathan and Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan.
and South Asia Regional Committee of ICSW UGC. Ambedkar: Perspectives of Social Justice Keynote Address Dr. 18–19. University of Lucknow Mar. 2011 Mar. University of Mumbai Centre for Studies of Social Systems. Ethno-nationality and Culture: Explorations into Identity Formation in North East India Presented a Paper Ethnic Movement and Cultural Revivalism in North East India: Some Glimpses . 14. Class: Changing Lives and Struggle of Urban Dalit Women of Maharashtra ANNUAL Dr. Nandini Manjrekar World Congress of Sociology REPORT Prof. 2010 International Sociological Association Presented a Paper Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Gender. 2011 Mar. Ambedkar Studies Centre. 11–12. Conflict and Education: Reflections from Post-2002 Gujarat Gender. 2011 Lucknow Mar. Vidyant Hindu P. A. College. B. TISS and International Council for Social Welfare. Ambedkar and Social Justice Prof. J. 2011 Indian Council of Historical Research. 2011 Mar. Shaileshkumar Darokar National Seminar on Dalits’ Economic Development and the State Prof. A. Sweden Bratislava Jun. 2011 Guwahati Dr. North East Regional Centre Dr. Roy Burman Seminar on Ethnicity. Padma Velaskar 13th International Conference on Maharashtra: Culture and Society 2010 CENTRE FOR STUDY OF SOCIAL EXCLUSION AND INCLUSIVE POLICY Bhopal Mar.R. Ramaiah National Seminar on Dr. 18–19. Ramaiah National Consultation on Social Protection to Social Justice Dr. Roy Burman Seminar on Tribal Health – 11 Dr. A. 11–17. Caste. 21–22. Family. 2011 Mar. 2011 Dr. TISS.J.Faculty Gothenburg. South Asia Regional Committee School of Social Work.G. 2010 University of Saints Cyril and Methodius Trnava Presented a Paper Jul. 29–20. Dr. 25–26. Ambedkar Centre for Social Justice. Ambedkar Centre for Social Justice. Rambabu National Conference on Exploring Disabilities Experiences in Social Science Research Mumbai New Delhi Prof.J. 17–19. A. JNU Presented a Paper Rajiv Gandhi Chair Barkatullah University Presented a Paper Dynamics of Ethnomedicine among Bhutias and Lepchas of Sikkim Disabilities Rights Movements in India: Past. 21–22. University of Mumbai School of Social Work. Present and Future Contemporary Dalit Movements Presented a Paper Political Economy of Sanitation/Waste Management and Plight of Dalits in India Presented a Paper Social Protection and Justice for Dalits in Caste India: Issues and Challenges Participant - Prof. Ramaiah National Seminar on Dalits’ Economic Development and the State Mumbai Chaired a Session 90 TISS Mumbai Mar. J. Shaileshkumar Darokar National Consultation on ‘From Social Protection to Social Justice: Addressing Issues of Poverty and Exclusion in India’ Prof.
11–13. Ramaiah – 11 Workshop on Strategies for Empowerment of Weaker Sections . 2010 National Seminar on Understanding Marginalised Groups in Contemporary India: Exploring Perspectives. Ramaiah National Seminar on Understanding Marginalised Groups in Contemporary India: Exploring Approaches. Tamil Nadu Women Empowerment: Dr. Ethno-nationality and Culture: Explorations into Identity Formation in North East India New York. Challenges and Vision for the Future Dr. Tiruchirappalli. 2010 Dec. North East Regional Centre Presented a Paper The Neo Ethno-history of Assam: A Critical Appraisal Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Dr. Shaileshkumar Darokar Dalit Movements in Maharashtra: Issues. 26. Perspectives and Methodologies Mumbai Jan. A. World Bank Presented a Paper Dr. 29–31.11–12. C. 2010 CSSEIP. 2010 Tiruchirappalli Nov. 2010 Indian Social Sciences Congress CSSEIP. Madhushree Sekher Expert Consultation on Gender and Governance in Rural Services: WB. Sonowal Seminar on Ethnicity. 2011 Department of Sociology. and Bharathidasan University. 19–20. Mumbai Dec. J. 19–20. A.J. 2011 Indian Council for Historical Research. Ghana and Ethiopia Exploring Rural Caste from the Bottom Prof. USA Mar. Approaches and Methodologies Understanding Manual Scavengers: Perspectives. Approaches and Methodological Considerations Prof. University of Mumbai Dr. UNDP. Ambedkar’s Thoughts 2010 Prof. Sai Thakur Dalit Movements in Maharashtra: Issues. Shaileshkumar Darokar Presented a Paper 91 Guwahati Dec.Faculty Guwahati Mar. and UNIFEM Gender Equality and Good Governance Forum Mumbai Jan. TISS. Ramaiah Workshop on Social Exclusion in India Gandhigram Rural Institute Presented 2 Papers · Conceptualising Social Exclusion in Indian Context · Development in Caste Society Keynote Address CSSEIP. A.J. 27. Mumbai TISS. Theoretical and Ideological Basis Participant ANNUAL Dr. TISS TISS. Challenges and Vision for the Future REPORT Prof. TISS Gandhigram Nov. Roy Burman Indian Social Sciences Congress Presented a Paper Self Management Systems and Anarchism in North East India Moderated a Session Dalit Movement: Conceptual. 3–4. 2011 Department of Sociology. University of Mumbai Presented a Paper Gender Equality in Access to Rural Service Delivery: Governance at the Local Level—Reflections from India. 3–4. 2011 Agriculture and Rural Development Department.
Bindhulakshmi National Workshop on Anthropological Research and Training in Kerala Anthropological Survey of India Discussant Medical Anthropology . P. 2011 Jan. St. 2010 Krantijyoti Savitribai Phule Centre for Women’s Studies. Sai Thakur Reorienting Caste and Gender Studies: Revisiting Knowledge. 2011 Dec. 2010 Prof. 21–22. P. 2011 Washington University. Sai Thakur International Conference in Family Studies Nagpur Oct. 16–20. Mumbai Oct. 25–26. University of Pune Presented a Paper Land. Sai Thakur Summer School on Philosophy for the Social Sciences and Humanities Manipal Centre for Philosophy and Humanities. TISS Presented a Paper - Prof. Lakhan Singh First Asian Population Conference (APA) New Delhi Nov. 2010 Blind Graduates Forum of India TISS. Lakshmi Lingam Gender and Rights Dr. 2010 TISS Participant Dr. Lakshmi Lingam Universal Access to Health in India Kannur Medico Friend Circle Chaired a Session - Dr. 2010 Asian Population Association Presented a Paper 2010 – 11 Do Birth Preparedness and Complication Readiness Affect Utilisation of Obstetric Care during Pregnancy Complications? Findings from Allahabad District of Uttar Pradesh - Dr. Louis. 20–21. A. 20–24. Labour and Gender: Revisiting the Intersections through the Lens of a Shudra Community Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session ANNUAL Dr.Faculty Pune Nov. Bindhulakshmi Exploring Disability Experience in Social Science Research New Delhi Mar. Rambabu Silver Jubilee Celebrations of Blind Graduates Forum of India Keynote Address Towards an Inclusive Society: Changing Attitudes towards Persons with Disabilities Participant - 92 Manipal Jul. Nishi Mitra Annual Conference of the Indian Association of Women’s Studies Nagpur Wardha Jan. 1–2. 18–22. 2011 The ‘Diagnosed’ Body: The Embodied Experiences of Mental Illness Indian Association of Women's Studies Participant - Dr. 23–24. USA Collaborator in Developing a Curriculum CSSS. Manipal University CENTRE FOR WOMEN’S STUDIES USA Apr. 2010 Dr. 7–9. Institutions and Practices REPORT Mr. 1–15.
Delhi Panellist New Delhi Nov. Mumbai Sexual Harassment: Myths and Reality Dr.Faculty Penang. 24–28. TISS Facilitator U. Lakshmi Lingam Women in Science Dr. Upasana Mahanta Second Congress of the Asian Association of Women’s Studies Prof. 26. 5–7. 2010 Asian Association for Women’s Studies Presented a Paper Dalit Women’s Rights as Human Rights: Transnational Advocacy and the Dalit Women’s Movement in India Gender Sensitivity and Ethics in TB Programmes Women in Science Professions: Overcoming Inequities Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Ms. 2010 MIGRINTER. 2010 Jun. 17–20. Equity and Justice Delhi Aug. 2010 National Bio-ethics Forum Conducted a Workshop Prof. Bindhulakshmi International Seminar on South-Asian Migration Presented a Paper Women. Nishi Mitra National Workshop for Peer Counsellors on Prevention of Sexual Harassment at the Workplace France TISS. Malaysia Dec. 28–30 and Jul. P. University of Poitiers Centre for Lifelong Learning. Lakshmi Lingam National Bio Ethics Conference-3: Governance of Healthcare— Ethics. 9.S. Illegality and Mobility: Indian Domestic Workers in the Labour Market of UAE 93 ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 . Embassy. 2010 Apr.
Bodhi D. Dr. Sandhya Limaye Ms. Gandevia Dr. Manish K. Talvelkar Chairperson: Dr.P. K.S. Suryakant Waghmore Centre for Social Justice and Governance Annual Report 2010–2011 95 . Beck Dr. Srilatha Juvva Dr. Samta Pandya Dr.R. Trupti Panchal Centre for Equity for Women. Surinder Jaswal Ms. Shajahan Dr. Mouleshri Vyas Prof.SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK Dean: Prof. Madhura Nagchoudhuri Ms. Katy Y. Vijay Raghavan Dr. Jha Dr. Roshini Nair Ms. Sharon Menezes Centre for Criminology and Justice Centre for Disability Studies and Action Chairperson: Dr. Vidya Rao Dr. Naina Athale Ms. Lata Narayan Ms. Anjali Dave Dr. P. Ruchi Sinha Dr. Bipin Jojo Prof. Swapan Garain Ms. Kalyani K. Children and Families Centre for Health and Mental Health Chairperson: Dr. Nivedita Chalil Ms. Asha Mukundan Ms. Vaishali Kolhe Dr. Shewli Kumar Dr. Ketki Ranade Chairperson: Dr. Asha Banu Soletti Ms. Shubhada Maitra Prof.K. Sarita Ganesh Centre for Community Organisation and Development Practice Chairperson: Dr. Swati Banerjee Chairperson: Ms. H. Monica Sakhrani Mr. Vimla Nadkarni Prof.
gay affirmative counselling practices. Antwerp. University of Antwerp. Some of these were the TISS-LSE Fellowship. Faculty participation in research has contributed to influencing policy and programme development. The objectives of the seminar were laid out as mapping the global trajectories of social work education and practice. as well as other interventions. University Hospital. Several of the researches were funded by relevant ministries of the Government of India. 2011. collaborative research. status of the Muslim community in prisons and the Youth Development Index. In addition to teaching and enhancing the academic development of students. Marginalisation and Challenges to Development Practice for a cohort of students from the School of Social Service Administration (SSA). a group of faculty from Katholike University of Leuven. For the first time. The Seminar ended with the alumni meet bringing together batches of students for an evening of nostalgia and camaraderie. recommendations for long term training. etc. disability needs assessment in rural and tribal districts of Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh. the 6 Centres within the SSW anchored a total of 180 first year and 154 second year students. Faculty engaged in teaching. The SSW appropriately welcomed this special year by organising a ‘National Seminar on Social Work Education and Practice: Emerging Trends and Perspectives’ on January 13–14. Three faculty members from the SSW undertook a needs assessment of psychosocial issues in Leh-Ladakh after the flash floods in August 2010 and submitted a report on available services. the SSW also hosted the Board Meeting of the International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW). and Commonwealth Visiting Fellowship. Six students from SSW were chosen for a student exchange programme to visit the Universities of Utah and Tulane in the United States. The IASSW members participated actively in the Seminar and some presented country specific papers highlighting opportunities and challenges in social work education and practice. life experiences of women with disability in Mumbai. TISS. the indigenous trends and envisaging the intersections between the global and the Indian. psychological well-being of persons with disability. practitioners and students across borders to discuss issues and concerns of common interest. The Dean and a faculty from the School were invited as resource persons in the Inter. the SSW has contributed to the following core areas Academics A Centre from the SSW offered a 3-week module on Poverty. judicial.Agency Asia Regional Gender-based Violence (GBV) Capacity Building Training Workshop in Bangkok. The participation was aimed towards understanding of issues related to a coordinated response to GBV in humanitarian settings and to envision an adaptation of the course for the region. and discussions with faculty and students of the host Universities. Two other Centres have been engaged in developing curriculum in the areas of Mental Health and Management of Voluntary Organisations. international and national funding organisations. the Erasmus Mundus External Cooperation Window. 96 Several faculty visited different universities on faculty exchanges and fellowships. local trusts and the Research Council. testing interventions. The Dean and faculty of the Centre for Health and Mental Health visited Katholike University Leuven. Some of the research studies completed in this academic year were in areas such as juveniles in conflict with law. Ghent University and other mental health organisations in Belgium for initial discussions and explorations connected with the dual degree programme in mental health. With two M. In this connection. where a senior professor from the School is a member. University of Chicago. economic and . Belgium visited TISS at the end of last year to further the discussions on curriculum development in the area of Mental Health. suicides among students in Maharashtra. two SSW faculty were made Fellows of the Indian Society of Criminology.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK The year 2010–2011 was a memorable year for the School of Social Work (SSW).A. European Commission. political. and members of Brothers of Charity. Such research reflects continued engagement with social. Social Work education in TISS and in India entered its 75th year. This was approved by the Academic Council and will be offered as a dual degree in Social Work and Mental Health in the forthcoming academic year. The Seminar brought together more than 60 social work educators. implementation of the Probation Officers’ Act. development of curriculum and generation of knowledge. programmes. Research The faculty of the SSW undertook research on a range of macro and micro issues such as utilisation of Social Protection Schemes relevant to people infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. In recognition of their sustained work in the area of Criminal Justice Reforms. The SSW Dean and Chairperson of the International Students Office visited Gothenberg University and Lund University in Sweden to jointly plan faculty and student collaborations.
monitoring. Knowledge Dissemination This was done by way of organising seminars and consultations at the national level. preparing short films and publications. Humanity United in ‘M’ Ward (HUM) worked on issues related to alternate sources of energy with a committee comprising citizens from the ward. Shiva Dhakal has been a great loss to the faculty and students of the School as well as the Centre for Community Organisation and Development Practice where Shiva was anchored. A faculty from the Centre for Health and Mental Health serves as an expert on the Technical Support Facility.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 health systems of the country to create a just and equitable environment for the disadvantaged. South Asia Regional Committee and supported by ILO and UNESCO. Mr. which delivers quality support to The Global Fund and other large scale grants. He had taken the initiative in coordinating. Conferences. the IRHDP has a three-pronged approach: documentation of case-studies for advocacy. organised by the Planning Commission of India. A national consultation titled ‘From Social Protection to Social Justice: Addressing Poverty and Exclusion in India was held in collaboration with International Council of Social Welfare. Rurality. This year. facilitating and organising people’s audits of SEZs in different states on behalf of the Institute and had been engaged in research and documentation of the SEZs audit processes with the People's Audit Secretariat at the Institute. working draft of Persons with Disability Bill. Workshops and Training Programmes Papers Presented 30 97 . to establish a regional Technical Support Facility (TSF) for South Asia. QUICK FACTS Faculty Members Research Projects and Other Projects Field Action Projects Publications Seminars. Field Action The Integrated Rural Health and Development Project (IRHDP). introduced a new programme on malnutrition and disability. The Special Cell released the Resource Directory for Maharashtra on Violence Against Women. This initiative has helped identify malnutrition as a key issue in the area and has also identified more than 100 persons with disabilities in Aghai. and in the national thematic consultation on disability for the 12th five year plan. The aim of the consultation was to bring in several ideas and experiences of poverty and exclusion as a first step to initiate the dialogue among varied stakeholders to develop a broader understanding of social protection in the Indian context. UNAIDS funded Action Aid International Asia in partnership with TISS and ICDDR. which celebrates its Silver Jubilee. and planning community-based rehabilitation. A group of SSW students completed a documentary on Dalit. The Special Cell for Women and Children continued its effort to ensure that more violated women have increased access to socio-legal services. DAGAR: A Journey. Caste and Tribe". Bangladesh. and continues its role of coordination. Since 2009. One Centre introduced innovations in the pedagogy of the course on "Rural. Shiva will be sorely missed by all…. training and supervision of all Cells in the country. His close connection with several people’s organisations and issues was demonstrated through his various engagements. And A Great Loss… The sudden and untimely demise of our young faculty colleague. Some faculty members participated in national level consultations on draft amendments to the Mental Health Act (1987). working with the ICDS scheme to combat malnutrition. 136 Conferences. the Government of Maharashtra will expand the Special Cells for Women and Children to every district in the state and to 3 talukas in each district. Adivasi and Gumantu Empowerment in Rajasthan titled. Workshops and Training Programmes Organised 40 43 16 27 46 Faculty Participation in/Contribution to Seminars. As part of the intervention.
Research Projects and Other Projects
Title of the Project Sponsor Date of Sanction/Commencement Present Position In-Charge
Women and Mental Health Outlook Business Social Responsibility Survey of Top 50 Business Houses in India* Baseline Survey of Rural Livelihoods in the Nicobar Islands* Sukhi Baliraja Initiative: Vidarbha Baseline Survey of Psychosocial Well Being* TISS-ANI: Sustainable Livelihood Project* Departmental Research Support (DRS): Centre for Community Organisation and Development Practice Post-Tsunami Study on Rehabilitation in Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu* TISS, Outlook Apr. 2011 Oct. 2010 Just initiated Data collection Prof. Surinder Jaswal Prof. Surinder Jaswal
TISS and Sustainable Indigenous Futures Fund Sir Ratan Tata Trust
Data analysis and preparation of island reports Completed
Prof. Surinder Jaswal
Prof. Surinder Jaswal
The Sustainable Indigenous Futures Fund (SIF) University Grants Commission (UGC)
Jun. 2009 Apr. 2009
Prof. Surinder Jaswal Prof. Surinder Jaswal
Prof. Surinder Jaswal
CENTRE FOR COMMUNITY ORGANISATION AND DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE
Conflicts, Development and Livelihood in Dal, Srinagar Contribution of Caritas towards Social Development in India* UGC-DRS Caritas India Feb. 2011 Jan. 2011 Preparatory Work Data collection Dr. P.K. Shajahan Prof. H. Beck, Dr. P.K. Shajahan Dr. Manish K. Jha and Dr. Swati Bannerjee Prof. H. Beck
TISS Tata Power Collaboration in Corporate Social Responsibility 2010–11* External Evaluation of the Project on Child Labour and Union Organising in the Brick Kilns and Allied Industries in India Study of Industrial Workers in Delhi* Poverty, Marginalisation and Forced Migration
Tata Power Co. Ltd.
FNV Mondiaal, Amsterdam
Final report submitted
Dr. Mouleshri Vyas
Society for Rural Urban and Tribal Initiative UGC
Jul. 2010 Jun. 2010
Data analysis Data collection
Dr. Mouleshri Vyas Dr. Mouleshri Vyas, Dr. Manish K. Jha, Prof. H. Beck, Dr. P.K. Shajahan and Dr. Swati Banerjee Prof. H. Beck
Socio-Economic Survey of Godhna Thermal Power Plant in Chhattisgarh State* TISS Tata Power Collaboration in Corporate Social Responsibility 2009–10*
Karnataka Power Corporation Ltd. Tata Power Co. Ltd.
Final report submitted
Prof. H. Beck
Title of the Project
Date of Sanction/Commencement Oct. 2009
Engendering Governance and Rural Local Bodies in Bihar, Karnataka and Rajasthan* Departmental Research Support-I
Dr. Manish K. Jha
Dr. Mouleshri Vyas, Prof. H Beck, Dr. Manish K. Jha, Dr. P.K. Shajahan and Dr. Swati Banerjee
CENTRE FOR CRIMINOLOGY AND JUSTICE
Study of the Status of the Justice Delivery System for Juveniles in Conflict with Law in Delhi A Study of the Socio-Economic Profile and Rehabilitation Needs of Muslim Community in Prisons in Maharashtra Ministry of Law and Justice, GoI Jan. 2010 Completed Dr. K.P. Asha Mukundan
Maharashtra State Minorities Commission
Dr. Vijay Raghavan and Ms. Roshni Nair
CENTRE FOR DISABILITY STUDIES AND ACTION
Needs Assessment for Employment of Persons with Disability Impact Assessment of Bapu Trust Needs Assessment of Parsis with Disability Psychological Well-being of Persons with Disability Evaluation Study of Integrated Rural Development Project Need Assessment of Persons with Disability in Rural and Tribal Areas in Chattisgarh and Maharashtra Life Experiences of Women with Disability in Mumbai Shishu Sarothi Nov. 2010 Data collection Dr. Srilatha Juvva
ActionAid Bombay Parsi Panchayat DRS, UGC-SAP R.K. Daryanani Trust Research Council, TISS
Oct. 2010 Sep. 2010 Mar. 2010 Feb. 2010 Dec. 2009
Report submitted Draft report submitted Data collection Competed Data collection
Dr. Srilatha Juvva Dr. Srilatha Juvva Dr. Srilatha Juvva Dr. Sandhya Limaye Dr. Srilatha Juvva and Ms. Kalyani Talvelkar
Dr. Madhura Nagchoudhuri
CENTRE FOR EQUITY FOR WOMEN, CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
Understanding the Health Status and Healthcare Seeking Behaviour of Elderly Women in Mumbai Parsis of India* Ageing and Spirituality: Understanding the Construction, Engagement and Influences Study of Special Cells, Haryana Research Council, TISS Dec. 2010 Literature review Dr. Samta Pandya
Research Council, TISS Research Council, TISS
Sep. 2010 Jun. 2009
Ongoing Report submitted
Dr. Lata Narayan Dr. Samta Pandya
Research Centre for Intervention on Violence Against Women
Ms. Anjali Dave
Title of the Project
Date of Sanction/Commencement Aug. 2009
Maternity Protection Study: Assessing the Coverage and Effectiveness of National Efforts to Provide Quality Maternity Protection for Maharashtra Construction of Youth Development Index and Youth Development Report*
ILO, ESIC and MoLE
Dr. Samta Pandya
Rajiv Gandhi National Institute for Youth Development
Dr. Lata Narayan
CENTRE FOR HEALTH AND MENTAL HEALTH
Dementia-related Stigma in Urban India: Perspectives of Patients, Care Givers and Health Care Providers Parsis of India* Student Suicides in Mumbai Developing Guidelines for Gay Affirmative Counselling Practice Study of the Utilisation of Social Protection Schemes Relevant to People Infected and Affected by HIV/AIDS Enhancing Emotional and Social Competence among Underprivileged Children of BMC Schools in Mumbai Reducing Adolescent HIV-Infection in Maharashtra, India: A Family-Based Approach Prevention of HIV/STIs among Married Women in Urban India Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy, Columbia University Research Council, TISS TISS Saksham, GFATM R-7, HIV/AIDS Counselling Program, TISS United Nations Development Programme Mar. 2011 Ongoing Dr. Asha Banu Soletti
Sep. 2010 Aug. 2010 Feb. 2010
Ongoing Analysis and report writing Ongoing
Prof. Katy Y. Gandevia Prof. Katy Y. Gandevia Ms. Ketki Ranade
Prof. Vimla Nadkarni
Bombay Communities Public Trust
Dr. Shubhada Maitra
National Institute of Health and Indian Council for Medical Research National Institute of Health, through University of Connecticut Health Center, USA, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW)
Dr. Asha Banu Soletti
Dr. Shubhada Maitra
Taking Programmes H/YaariDosti and M/Sakhi-Saheli to Scale: Engaging Boys, Girls and Fathers to Empower Girls and Young Women
Dr. Shubhada Maitra
CENTRE FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE AND GOVERNANCE
Contribution of Caritas towards Social Development in India* Outlook Business Social Responsibility Survey of Top 50 Business Houses in India* Functioning of Ashram Schools in Tribal Areas Enhancing Self Concept Among Tribal Students in Ashramshala Caritas India Outlook Jan. 2011 Oct. 2010 Data collection Data collection Dr. Bipin Jojo Dr. Swapan Garain
ActionAid India Research Council, TISS
Sep. 2009 Aug. 2006
Report submitted Report writing
Dr. Bipin Jojo Mr. Bodhi D.S.R.
Field Action Projects
GAIL CSR Project, estd.: 2011 Seven locations of GAIL in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Tripura and Andhra Pradesh. Sponsor Objective Programme Project Staff : : : : GAIR (India) Limited. Design CSR programme, build capacities of teams, and systems for monitoring and assessment. Impact assessment and needs assessment studies. Mr. Pradeep Ghosh and Mr. Pradeep Singh. Dr. Mouleshri Vyas
Improving Sustainable Livelihood of Tsunami Affected People of Nicobar Islands through Community-Based Cooperative Unit and Island Knowledge Centres, estd.: 2009 Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Sponsor Objective Programmes : : : The Sustainable Indigenous Futures (SIF) Fund, Austria. Establish network of Island Knowledge Centres (IKCs) across the Nicobar archipelago that will act as a resource and capacity building centre by providing a variety of services towards building sustainable livelihoods. · Project team appointed. · Training for field staff and IKC assistants completed. · Baseline survey completed. · Appointment of staff for all IKCs completed. · Village notice boards initiated. Project Staff : Mr. Tanmoy Chatterjee, Ms. Ruchi Gupta, Mr. Ulhas S., Mr. Richard Kemei, Mr. John Kabi, Ms. Devaki, Ms. Mamoni, Mr. Mathew, Mr. Rajendran and Ms. Calista. Prof. Surinder Jaswal
26/11 Terror Attack Families Rehabilitation, estd.: 2009 Mumbai. Sponsor Objectives : : Taj Public Welfare Trust · To reach out to the most marginalised survivors and facilitate the recovery process. · To help resources reach those who did not receive it or only partially received it from the Government and Civil Society Groups. Programmes : · Set up the Psychosocial Care and Counselling Centre. · Rehabilitation plan for the affected members (medical, livelihood and psycho-social). · Psychosocial support to affected and their families. · Training for livelihoods. · Follow-up of those who have migrated to parent states. Project Staff : Ms. Kanchan Kajojia and Mr. Rahul Gauli. Prof. Surinder Jaswal
Khula Aasman, estd.: 2009 SSW, TISS. Objective Programmes : : Help to access creative spaces to rejuvenate energies, learn new skills and sustain creativity in social work. · Workshops for students, faculty and staff conducted on a range of issues from dance therapy, pottery, drawing, recycling waste to furniture making. · Brought out a newsletter highlighting the activities of the project. Faculty-in-Charge : Ms. Sarita Ganesan.
Integrated Rural Health and Development Project, estd.: 2009 Aghai, Shahpur Taluka. Sponsor : FACC Grant, Volkart Foundation.
· Training programme for Protection Officers of Haryana. · Preparation of training module for Protection Officers and Social Workers on Violence Against Women. Prof. · Assisting in the professional development of local. estd. Amruta Bahulekar. Project Staff : Mr. Asha Banu Soletti Faculty-in-Charge : Technical Support Facility South Asia. Gujarat and Orissa with Oxfam support.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Objectives : · To develop a culture sensitive. Trupti Panchal Faculty-in-Charge : 102 .: 2009 Nepal. · Baseline survey of six hamlets carried out. Vimla Nadkarni Project Staff : Faculty-in-Charge : Resource Centre for Intervention on Violence Against Women. · Capacity building sessions for ASHA workers and Anganwadi teachers. Project Staff : Ms.. · To liaise the Community with government initiatives for tribal development. · To explore and innovate with newer strategies to respond to violence against women. Programmes : · Conducted Two Workshops on: Ø Capacity Building in Monitoring and Evaluation of MARPS Ø Effective Programme Performance Ø Training of Global Fund Recipients in India. Archana Eshwarlal. Ms. Dr. need-based health and mental health intervention in the community. · Monitoring and supervision of Special Cells in Haryana and Delhi. national and regional consultants. Anjali Dave and Ms. comprehensive. · Awareness campaigns in the community on health and disability related issues. Rajul Krishnan and Ms. · Liasioned with Integrated Child Development Services and Tehsil health office to jointly organise training and capacity building programmes for key stakeholders. · To create sustainable livelihood opportunities through vocational training. · Interventions initiated to deal with issues of malnutrition and disability. Geneva. · Training of Police. Vishwajeet Mitbavkar and Ms. Ms. · To initiate and sustain research. Sheetal Goel and Ms. · Released Resource Directory for Maharashtra on Violence Against Women. · Representation in community-based health monitoring committee implemented under the National Rural Health Mission. · Strengthening the capacity of country partners to manage TA effectively. Sponsor Objectives : : UNAIDS. · Signed MoU with National Commission for Women and Delhi Police for expansion of Special Cells in all districts of Delhi. Programmes : · Initiated 5 Special Cells each in Uttar Pradesh . Ms.: 2008 Mumbai. estd. Judges and other stakeholders on Violence Against Women. · To build capacity of different stakeholders to respond to violence against women across the country. · Improving country partner access to timely and quality assured TA in agreed priority areas. Sponsor Objectives : : TISS. · Encouraging a harmonised and collaborative approach to the delivery of TA in support of country partner-owned and country partner-led action plans. · To promote the strategies of Special Cells to respond to violence against women. Mary Thomas. Andhra Pradesh. Programmes : · Training programmes for Primary Health Care doctors in Shahpur Taluka. documentation and education or intervention on violence against women. Pekham Basu.
· To engage in advocacy for inclusive policy and programmes and to foster reintegration. · Sensitisation workshops organised jointly with the Mumbai Police on the issue of homelessness. Vibhavari Kale. estd. · Ambedkar Study Circle. · To build capacities of the Juvenile Justice System (JJS) functionaries for effective functioning. Faculty-in-Charge* : Dr. · Skill-based training in tailoring and artificial jewellery making imparted to residents of Beggars Home. Ms. Vijay Raghavan Resource Cell for Juvenile Justice. Ruchi Sinha and Dr. · To establish a Documentation Centre and Resource Unit for JJJS. · Facilitation for assessment and treatment of mentally disturbed patients in Beggars Home. · Release of clients from Beggars Home under the clauses ‘Special Release' and ‘Release on license'. HDFC Ltd and others. Mumbai. Programmes : · Work with homeless population. estd. · Six monthly toilet passes issued to people in Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) area through tie up with Sulabh International. Sponsor Objectives : : Railway Children. Sponsor Objectives : : Action Aid India. · Awareness programme on oral cancer and 'Community Fest' organised for homeless population in CST. Empowerment of Dalit and Tribal Communities. · To engage with daily issues of survival.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Koshish. destitution and beggary. · Night outs to reach out to the homeless population in new areas towards group formation. Sponsor Objective Programme : : : TISS. · Birth Certificates issued for children of homeless clients in BMC's ‘A' Ward. protection and growth. thus addressing the immediate causes that lead to beggary or unlawful activities. estd. · Dalit Community Centres Project. TISS. · Participatory action research. K. · To mobilise the destitute and homeless population to participate in the process of rehabilitation and reintegration. Asha Mukundan Faculty-in-Charge : DalTri Project. · Networking with Jan Swasthya Abhiyan and Ration Kruti Samiti to highlight the issues of health rights and ration cards respectively for the homeless groups. · Closely aligning with the Mumbai High Court to bring about policy level changes on issues related to juvenile justice. · Work within the Beggars' Home. Jyoti Khanpasode and Ms. social. economic and cultural contexts. · To reach out to the destitute and homeless population in Mumbai and undertake research in order to understand their psychological. · To generate knowledge and information on various aspects related to children in the JJS. · Economic rehabilitation by placing clients in jobs and opening a savings account in bank.P. Project Staff : Ms. Asha Banu Soletti and Dr.: 2005. · To engage with the system and work towards a child friendly implementation of the Juvenile Justice Act (with special focus on JCL) and work on issues related to rehabilitation and social integration of children into society. Ms. Mumbai. Madhu Madhavan. · Homes traced and clients reintegrated with families in all states throughout India. · To network with state agencies and non-governmental bodies for intervention. · Workshop with caretaking staff on mental health and ‘possibilities'. advocacy and resource mobilisation.: 2005 TISS. 103 . · Networking with medical social workers in government hospitals to facilitate free treatment for the homeless. Programmes : · Working in the Observation Home at Thane (Bhiwandi) and Yavatmal.: 2006. · Placement of clients released from Beggars Home to old age homes and shelter homes.
Project Staff : Mr. setting up. alumni. · To work with systems—concerned government departments. · Submitted proposals for funding to start a production unit by the Utkarsh Adivasi Seva Sahakari Sanstha. Vidya Rao Faculty-in-Charge : 104 . small NGOs and other stakeholders for conceptualising. Dyaneshwar Bandgar and Mr. To provide guidance and support to students. Sameer Mohite. Programmes : · Survey of 5 ALMs and 5 DVs in M-Ward. Prof. estd. · To provide field training opportunities for social work students. Faculty-in-Charge : Dr. teachers.: 2002 M-Ward. · To create awareness about Human Rights in M-Ward. estd. · Moderating an e-Group for web-based discussion on issues of concern to and dissemination of relevant information to NGO professionals. · Registered Utkarsh Adivasi Seva Sahakari Sanstha of the educated unemployed adivasi school dropout boys. Project Staff : Ms. civil society organisations and others—engaged in meeting special educational needs of school-going tribal children · To provide holistic school education for their personality development. Sponsor Objectives : : Bombay Public Community Trust and TISS. Objectives : · To create child-friendly. Dr. Sponsor Objective Programmes : : : TISS.: 1996 Kamarli.R. Maths and English. alumni. ashram shala authorities. · To supplement the efforts of the government in providing school education to tribal children residing in residential facilities. Lata Narayan Faculty-in-Charge* : NGO Centre. · Facilitated meaningful dialogue between parents and teachers in order to ensure support to children with their learning. · To engage in research with a focus on tribal children's rights. · Worked with the Village Education Committee and Village Panchyat for the rights of the children of migrant workers to school education.S. managing and institutionalising social sector projects and organisations. Pen Taluka. Mumbai. Kiran Kadam. Suryakant Waghmore Faculty-in-Charge : Humanity United in M-Ward [HUM]. especially in Science. Bodhi D. adivasi society. Deepa Chetty. Bipin Jojo and Dr. · Three meetings on the use of solar energy in slum communities. estd. · Counselling and advisory input to students. · Establishing a network of NGOs and citizen’s groups on alternative energy. Programmes : · Enhanced educational performance of children of 2 Ashram Shalas. · Surveyed children who have dropped out and children who are irregular and brought them back to school. and NGO representatives. · Formation of network entitled Urja. · To support action related to Human Rights in M-Ward.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Project Staff : Mr. · Assistance to graduating students and alumni on setting up and running NGOs.: 1999 Mumbai. Mr. Raigad District. local/village committees. Swapan Garain Nav Chetna.. child-centred systems and to work towards realisation of vulnerable tribal children's right to education. Dr. Mumbai.
Pramila Madupuri. Ms. Krupa Shah. Sudhakar Babu. Ms. sexual exploitation or destitution. Ms. Ms. self-work and dignity. · Training of police officials on violence against women in Maharashtra. and · Women or youth referred by personnel within the criminal justice system. Ms. · Destitute women and girls. · Rebuild the violated woman's self-esteem. estd. Ms. 105 .ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Prayas. HDFC Ltd. · Two new coordinators were appointed to monitor 19 New Special Cells. Project Staff : Mr.S. Mr. Sponsor Objectives : : Government of Maharashtra. Thane and Bharuch. Aruna Nimse. Concern India Foundation. amongst professional groups and general public. Ms. · To work towards the rehabilitation of persons coming out of or vulnerable to crime. Pooja Shrimali. Ms. Ms. Vikas Kadam. voluntary organisations. Prasad Mohite. Ms. Ms. Mr. Courts. Mr. Sanober Sahni Dr. Ø Document the work of the Special Cells and develop training material for social work students. Chandrakala Bhojane. Mr. Ms. courts and institutions for women. Reena Jaiswar. Ø Create awareness about the humiliations and atrocities committed. Penelope Tong. Geeta Kokkula. Jagruti. Neeta Gajjar. Surekha Sale. Ms. Ø Be a liaison between the police and organisations for women and children. Ms.: 1990 Mumbai.: 1984 Maharashtra. Ø Placement in institutions or referral to family service agencies. and Police Stations. T. Shankar Pokharkar. psychiatric. · To generate knowledge in the field of social work. Dr. Sakshi Desai. Mr. Mr. Ms. Mahesh Ghosalkar. Mr. ex-beneficiaries of Prayas or the general public. Sujata Jagtap. Mr. educational and vocational. Megha Salunkhe. Ms. Mr. Ms. estd. · Resource persons to community programmes on violence against women. Pradnya Shinde. Kalpana Katare. Programmes : · 3 new Special Cells were taken up for implementation at the Dhule. Sadanand Dalvi. Sunil Mhaske. Ms. Yellubai Naik. Ø Referrals to other services including medical. Ms. Ms. Devayani. · Training on perspective building protection officers on sociological understanding on domestic violence and child marriage organised. Ms. Mr. Vaishali Jaiswal. Mahesh Jadhav. Mr. Ms. Shailendra Ghodke. · Offer immediate services in cases of family violence and atrocities against women in the forms of: Ø Police assistance in registering complaints. Minakshi Karoth. Ms. Vishakha Dekhne. Lata Ganage. particularly against women themselves. Sawant. Suryakant Mane. Varsha Lad. Ms. Vijay More. Sangeeta Gawali. Mr. Jyoti Lokhande. · To improve access to the legal rights of persons processed by the criminal justice system and to promote the use of the correctional laws to aid rehabilitation of vulnerable groups. Murlidhar Jagtap. Vithalbhai Solanki. · To identify issues relevant to the rehabilitation and attempt to address them at policy level. while the mothers are inside). Ms. Government protective and shelter homes for women. Ms. Babita Salvi. Mr. · Women and girls rescued by the police from sexually exploitative situations. Kanku Solanki. Mr. Mr. Sharon Menezes Project Advisor : Faculty-in-Charge : Special Cell for Women and Children. Chandrakant Shinde. Ø Counselling. Vikhroli and Kurla police stations. Ø Legal aid. Anil Vasava. prisons. Shahnawaz Pathan. Mr. Divyani Solanki. and other sources. Silvin Kale. Programme Target Groups : : · Outreach to: Prisons and institutions for juveniles in conflict with law. Ms. Pravin Patil. · To increase awareness in government and society about issues related to rehabilitation of persons affected by crime. Ms. Smita Jadhav. Mr. Ms. Ms. especially those vulnerable to crime and/or commercial sexual exploitation. Devchand Randive. Sangeeta Shetty. Uma Kokkula. · Women and youth under trial prisoners and those being processed by the juvenile and the criminal justice system and their families (including children of women prisoners left outside. legal aid systems and juvenile justice boards. sexual exploitation or destitution. Ms. · To demonstrate the need for social work intervention in the criminal justice system such as police stations. criminology and corrections through the analysis of field experience. Ms. Salma Naik. Vijay Raghavan and Ms. Sponsor Objectives : : Tata Social Welfare Trust. · Monitoring and supervision of the 10 new Special Cells. Ms. Mr. Vijay Johare.
). Human Security Crisis in India: From the Fiery Field of a Conflict Zone. New Delhi: Serials. BATSW Newsletter. · Create awareness about child and adolescent mental health issues. trainings and melawas on violence against women. Ruchi Sinha · · · Book Review: Restorative Justice Across the East and the West. Book Review: Social Work in the Context of Political Conflict. Ms. In M.K. Chaturvedi (Eds. Ms. Sheetal Kamble. Archana Rasal and Ms. 2010. CENTRE FOR COMMUNITY ORGANISATION AND DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE Dr. In Opposition to Silence. 2010. New Perspectives on Human Security. 299–301. In A. 2010. 65–71. Rajshree Ambare. Indian Police Journal. pre-litigation work of Family Court and High Court Committee. Ms. Rani Date. Place of Poor in Urban Space. 451–457. hum bacchhon ke saath'. 2010. Divya Taneja. Suvarna Joshi. Jyoti Sapkale. · Undertake research in the area of CAMH. Renuka Kad. Hunter (Eds. Ms. Food Security in Perspective: Significance of Social Action. Lok Nyayalays. Nutan Abhang. Sangeeta Hire. Deepali Mankar. Ms. Trupti Panchal Faculty-in-Charge : Muskaan: Child and Adolescent Guidance Centre of TISS. In Policies and Practices. The Indian Journal of Social Work. Pratibha Gajbhiye. Editorial. 16–19. Sponsor Objectives : : TISS. Minority Education in India.). 2009. Dr. Suresh Suryavanshi. Rights Based Approach and Social Work Academia: Challenges and Responsibilities vis-à-vis Child Rights. Mr. The Indian Journal of Social Work. Suvarna Patil. Rajni Lokhande. estd. Ms. 71(2). (2-3). Marginalities and Justice. Ms. 2011. Sitaram Shinde. Seema Dhavale. · Ongoing life skills intervention in schools in R Ward. Project Staff : Full Time: Ms. and various state departments' Sexual Harressment Committees. Ms.). Ms. Dr. Ms. Mr. Protection Issues and Challenges for Children in Conflict with Law. New Delhi and London: Sage Publications. 2010. The Indian Journal of Social Work. Mr. 44(3). Laxmi Jadhav. Ms. Waheed (Ed. New Delhi: Alternotes Press. Ms. Priyadarshini Kolapte.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 · Organising community programmes. Pratibha Kachewar. Ms. Anjali Dave and Ms. Economic and Political Weekly. March 2011. · Provide clinical. Sheffield: Greenleaf Publishing. 2010. · Community-based campaign on gender and violence.13 schools in the R ward were covered through group education and a campaign titled ‘Barabari ki baat. 2010. Ms. Manish K. Programmes : · Spearheaded action research on creating awareness and sensitisation among BMC school children on issues related to gender and violence. Banerjee and S. 106 . Ms. Draupadi Kankekar. 46(4). 71(3). Sujata Jadhav. 141–144. 2011. Deepa Kedare.: 1937 Mumbai. Ms. 351–366. Sharma and M. Ms. Rizwana Nulwala. Freny Italia and Ms. Jha (Eds. Surinder Jaswal · · Editorial. Ms. Guidelines for Public Private Partnership in Prison Management. Ms.K. preventive and promotive Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMH) Services. · Participation in Lok Adalats. 57(1). CENTRE FOR CRIMINOLOGY AND JUSTICE Dr. Karuna Mahantare. Kiran Bhosale and Ms. Vijay Raghavan · · Registration of First Information Reports: An Agenda for Change. Kolkata: Calcutta Research Group. Community Development Journal. Jha · Social Topography of Delineated Others. · Sessions on violence against women with students of social work and other professionals. Project Staff : Co-ordinator: Ms. Shubhada Maitra Faculty-in-Charge : Publications DEAN Prof. Pravin Mahire. Part Time: Ms. In P. Nita Kute. 2010. Social Workers: Ms.). In S. P. Shajahan and Dr. Ms. China Journal of Social Work. Ms. Jha · · · · · Gulamia Ab hum nahi Bajeibo: People's Expression of Justice in Jehanabad. Manish K. 323–325. 2010. McIntosh and A. 71(3).
2011. Legislation and Case Law. 440–443. Social Work Education in Asia: New Horizons. (co-author) Dr. In S. (co-author) Rehabilitation Contexts: A Holistic Approach. CENTRE FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE AND GOVERNANCE Dr. 2010. 2010. 44(3). Issues and Perspectives. Swapan Garain · · Governance and Social Work Institutions: Insights. Bipin Jojo · Land Alienation in Vth Schedule Areas Of Orissa: A Case Study of Sundargargh District. Foreword: Competency Building through Field Work Training in Social Work. 29(8). Ageing and Spirituality: Understanding some Constructions and Perceived Influences. 24(1). 2011. New York: Oxford University Press. Social Work Education in the Countries of the East: Issues and Challenges. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment. 2010. India: Sage Publications. Stanley (Ed.). Jadhav (Ed. In T. 2010. Nobel. 2010. Loyola Journal of Social Sciences. 24(3). 29(8). 2010. M. Samta Pandya · · Understanding the Health Status and Healthcare Seeking Behaviour of Elderly Women in India. U. 2010. and J. 2011. Dr. Dr. Contributions to Indian Sociology. 2011.). In S. Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing. 283–291. CENTRE FOR HEALTH AND MENTAL HEALTH Prof. 21(2). 2010. 299–336. 2010. Naina Athale · From Street to Hope: Faith Based and Secular Programs in Los Angeles. In I. 69–94. 932–935. The Indian Journal of Social Work. Journal of Development and Social Justice. 107 . Altilio and S.: Nova Publishers. Ms. Henrickson and I. Mumbai and Nairobi for Street-living Children.T.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 CENTRE FOR DISABILITY STUDIES AND ACTION Dr. Social Work Education in India: Complexities and Challenges. Kadam. Agra: Current Publishers. Subhedar. Issues. 71(2). Book Review: Social Work Education Voices from the Asia Pacific (edited by C. Monica Sakhrani · Book Review: Handbook of Law. Oxford Textbook of Palliative Social Work. CHILDREN AND FAMILIES Ms. Ingenious Field Work in Social Work. Srilatha Juvva · · Palliative Social Work: An Indian Perspective. 4(I). Sandhya Limaye · Developmental Tasks of Adolescents With Hearing Impairment in Indian Context. B.).Y. Otis-Green (Eds. Social Work Education the International Journal. Vimla Nadkarni · · · Social Work Education in Asia: New Horizons.K. Lawani. Han). Pune: Bharati Vidyapeeth. Women and Employment: Policies. CENTRE FOR EQUITY FOR WOMEN. 179–195. Suryakant Waghmore · Book Review: The Caste Question: Dalits and Politics of Modern India. Indian Journal of Gerontology. 2011. Perspectives on Governance of Higher Education. 99–107. (co-author) Dr.
Dr. Ruchi Sinha. UGC-SAP Dr. Surinder Jaswal Mar. 2011 TISS. Conferences. Lata Narayan. Dr. Vellore. Pune Department of Women and Child Development. Swati Banerjee Mar. Srilatha Juvva Training Programme on Designing Methodology and Framework for Developing Livelihood Interventions for Persons with Disability TISS. Samata Pandya and Ms. Asha Mukundan Ms. Amruta Bahulekar Feb. Vijay Raghavan Feb. International Labour Organisation. Ms. Surinder Jaswal. 18–19. GoM and Prayas. Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Faculty-in-Charge Date Name of the Programme Place Sponsor DEAN Prof. 2011 Mumbai International Council on Social Welfare. 2011 Orientation Programme on Social Work Methods for Trainee Prison Officers Mumbai Academy of Prisons and Correctional Administration (APCA). 22–24. UNESCO and TISS Aug.K. Ruchi Sinha. Shajahan. 2011 TISS. Dr. Ruchi Sinha. Mouleshri Vyas and Dr. 2011 Jan. Shubhada Maitra. Dr. Sharon Menezes Nov. 1–2.Vellor Dr. and TISS Jan. 2010 TISS. Mumbai Tata Chemicals Society for Rural Development (TCSRD) Dr. 20. Srilatha Juvva. 27–28. 2011 Project Management and Impact Assessment Skills in the Context of Rural Development Practice for TCSRD team National Consultation on Social Protection to Social Justice: Addressing Issues of Poverty and Exclusion in India Poverty. 11–12. Surinder Jaswal Apr. Bipin Jojo. K. University of Chicago. Sharon Menezes Dr. Mumbai WWHI and Dept. 2011 We Care Film Festival Mumbai DRS. of Work Science. Dr. Dr. 2010 SOSVA. University of Gotegerg TISS Prof. 2011 Social Work Intervention in Prisons: Role of NGOs and Scope for Collaboration with Prison Departments Seminar on Institutions and Social Reintegration Vellore Prayas and the APCA. Work and Health National Seminar on Social Work Education and Practice: Trends and Perspectives TISS. 13–14. Marginalisation and Challenges to Community Practice in India TISS. Mumbai UNFPA Prof. Dr. Mouleshri Vyas. and TISS CENTRE FOR CRIMINOLOGY AND JUSTICE Dr. 2011 Workshop on Future Directions on Gender and Health Workshop on Women. 3–4. Mumbai School of Social Service Administration. Mumbai CENTRE FOR COMMUNITY ORGANISATION AND DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE Dr. 5. Mumbai Shodhana Consultancy 108 . 12. Dr. Mouleshri Vyas Mar. TISS CENTRE FOR DISABILITY STUDIES AND ACTION Dr. Swati Banerjee Dr. Vijay Raghavan. Roshni Nair and Ms. 11–31 and Sep. Dr. 14–19. Vaishali Kolhe Feb.P. P. Ms.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Seminars. Jha and Dr. Vijay Raghavan and Ms. Manish K.
Trupti Panchal Mar. 2010 Sep. Kalyani Talvelkar Oct. 2011 Mumbai SNDT Women's University Dr. Mumbai Sponsor TISS and Basic Needs India Dr. Mumbai Indian Council of Social Welfare and Centre for Equity for Women. UGC-SAP Dr. 10–15. 2011 Jan. Ms. Arushi. Trupti Panchal Apr. Lata Narayan. (Bhopal) and DRS. CHILDREN AND FAMILIES Ms. Srilatha Juvva Mumbai American Centre Library. UGC-SAP Dr. UGC-SAP CENTRE FOR EQUITY FOR WOMEN. 2–8. Mumbai GFATM. 2011 National Consultative Meeting for Developing E-learning Counselling Manual for Children Infected and Affected with HIV/AIDS TISS. Vimla Nadkarni Feb. Rajasthan Ms. 11–13. Mumbai DRS. 1. TISS 109 . 3. 2011 Mumbai DRS. 26–28.27–28. Naina Athale and Dr. 14–15.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Faculty-in-Charge Dr. Asha Banu Soletti and Prof. School of Social Work. 21–22. 2011 Mumbai Ms. 2011 Hyderabad Oxfam Dr. Children and Families. 2011 Haryana Department of Women and Child Development. Srilatha Juvva Date Dec. Department of Women and Child Development Ms. Law and Helping Skills Training of Student Social workers on Theory and Practice of Counselling Child First: Challenges and Concerns in Adoption Udaipur Vikalp Sanstha. 2010 Jul. and Department of Women and Child Development Ms. TISS CENTRE FOR HEALTH AND MENTAL HEALTH Dr. Shewli Kumar Feb. 2010 Name of the Programme Training Programme on Community Mental Health and Development* Disability Network Workshop Place TISS. 1–3–7. Srilatha Juvva Training Programme in Psychosocial Care in a Disaster Situation and Mental Health* Disability Network Workshop Leh TISS Ms. Shewli Kumar Dec. Mumbai DRS. 2011 Mumbai UGC and National Human Rights Commission Special Cell for Women and Children. 2010 TISS. 2–7. Trupti Panchal Apr. 2011 Training of Vikalp Staff and Field Workers on Violence against Women and Helping Skills Protection Officers Training on PWDV Act 2005 and Recent Case Laws Capacity Building Workshop on Child Sexual Abuse and Trafficking in Women and Children Refresher Training Programme on Violence Against Women: Andhra Pradesh National Workshop on Human Rights-based Development* Capacity Building Workshop for Special Cell Social Workers on Perspective Building on Violence Against Women. Vaishali Kolhe Nov. Trupti Panchal Jan. Trupti Panchal Feb. 21. Trupti Panchal TISS. 2010 TISS. 7–9. 23. Srilatha Juvva Workshop on Strengths Perspective and Assessment* Media and Disability TISS. UGC-SAP Dr. 27– Mar. 21–25. 2010 Nov. Government of Haryana Special Cell for Women and Children. Mumbai Ms.
and Post-natal Care with Special Reference to the Tribal Population Training Programme for PHC Doctors on Health Management Capacity Building in Monitoring and Evaluation of MARPS Place TISS. Mumbai TISS and Basic Needs India Dr. 30–Dec. 17. Bipin Jojo Jan. Kulkarni Memorial Lecture. Asha Banu Soletti Nov. 2010 TISS. 28. 10–12. 8. 2010 Mumbai Koshish and Mumbai Police Prof. 2010 TISS. Nivedita Chalill Sep. 14. 2–7.D. 7. Asha Banu Soletti Dec. Mumbai TSF South Asia CENTRE FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE AND GOVERNANCE Dr. Bipin Jojo Apr.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Faculty-in-Charge Prof. Mumbai Sponsor IASSW Dr. 2010 TISS. Vimla Nadkarni Aug. Asha Banu Soletti and Prof. 9–19. 2011 TISS. 2010 Vasind IRHDP and Tehsil Health Office Dr. Bipin Jojo National Consultation on PTGs. Vidya Rao Feb. USA 110 . 2011 Name of the Programme Fifth Board Meeting of the International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW) Orientation Workshop with BMC School Teachers on Gender and Violence Training Programme to the Mumbai Police on Homelessness and Destitution-East Zone Orientation Workshop with Aanganwadi teachers on Gender and Violence Training Programme on Community Mental Health and Development* Training Programme to the Mumbai Police on Homelessness and Destitution-South Zone Effective Programme Performance: Training of Global Fund Recipients in India Training Programme on Psychosocial Care in a Disaster Situation and Mental Health* Workshop on Strengths Perspective and Assessment* Homophobia and Health in Context of HIV/AIDS: Film Screening and Discussion Training Programme for ASHA Workers on Pre. Vimla Nadkarni Prof. 1. 2011 Social Entrepreneurship in India TISS National University Singapore Dr. Shubhada Maitra Dec. Vimla Nadkarni Date Jan. NTs/DNTs for 12th Five-Year Plan 3rd P. 2–8. 2010 Leh TISS Ms. Pune and ACCORD. 2010 Mumbai TSF South Asia Dr. Mumbai TISS Dr. Asha Banu Soletti Dec. Vimla Nadkarni Nov. 1–4. 2010 Mumbai ICRW Dr. 25–26. Asha Banu Soletti Aug. Tamil Nadu Prof. 2011 Feb. 2011 TISS Kansas University. Mumbai Koshish and Mumbai Police Dr. 3. 13–14. 31. Mumbai DRS. 2010 TISS. 31. 2010 Vasind IRHDP and Tehsil Health Office Jun. UGC-SAP Ms. 2010 Mumbai ICRW Dr. Ketki Ranade TISS. 27–28. 2010 Sep. Mumbai - Dr. Asha Banu Solett Dec. Shubhada Maitra Dec. "Nothing of Social Justice Today' Study India Programme on Social Work Practice in India Delhi Econet.
Scientific Committee. Mumbai Dr. Scientific and Ethics Committee. Sriniketan · Member. Enterovirus Research Centre.S. Chennai CENTRE FOR COMMUNITY ORGANISATION AND DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE Dr. Nirmala Niketan. Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd. Navi Mumbai Dr. Terna Medical College. 2010 Nov. 2010 Name of the Programme Dalit and Adivasis in Higher Education Study India Programme on Law and Gender in India Study India Programme on Entrepreneurship. PATH. Empathy Foundation. College of Social Work. Prerana Innovative Cooperative Society of Maharashtra Mahila Parishad. Agha Khan Foundation. Department of Social Work. Advisory Board. State Advisory Committee on Immoral Trafficking. Justice Dharmadhkari Committee on Prevention of Atrocities Against Women. Mouleshri Vyas · · Member. Bangalore · Member.P. Committee Prepare the Standard Operating Procedures for Juveniles in Conflict with Law. Mumbai · Member. Provident Fund Organisation. Institute Research Board. Tejaswani State Programme Advisory Committee. Navi Mumbai External Member. Ethics Committee. Mumbai High Court. Mumbai · Member. Institutional Ethics Committee. Beck · Member. Ministry of Labour. Mumbai External Member. K.R. 11–12. P. Bipin Jojo Dr. Government and Non-Government Organisations DEAN Prof. Vijay Raghavan · · · Member. Mumbai Dr. LTMG Hospital. Visva-Bharati. Course Advisory Committee. Mumbai Trustee. Government of Maharashtra.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Faculty-in-Charge Mr. Indian Journal of Medical Ethics. Mumbai Member. Dr. Journal of Social Work and Social Development. ICMR. 13. Institute Ethics Committee. Editorial Advisory Committee. Governing Board. NIMHANS. Mumbai Member. Mahila Suraksha Samiti. Chennai Advisor. Government of Maharashtra. Empowerment and Media: Social Development in India Place Pune TISS TISS Sponsor Insight Foundation Keele University. Mumbai CENTRE FOR CRIMINOLOGY AND JUSTICE Ms. Shajahan · · Member. State Inter-Departmental Committee on Prisoners. Bhaba Atomic Research Centre. Mumbai Member. Mumbai · Member. Swati Banerjee · · · Livelihood and Gender Specialist. Bangalore · Member. 22– Dec. Asha Mukundan · Member. USA Executive Committee Membership and other Official Positions in Academic. UK University of Southern California. Mumbai Prof.. Mumbai · Member. Research Committee. Executive Committee. Advisory Committee. Government of India. H. 2010 Jul 2–16. Hurt Foundation. Government of Maharashtra. SNEHA. Government of Maharashtra. Bangalore · Member.K. BALM. MAVIM. Ruchi Sinha · · · Member. Executive Council. Navi Mumbai Dr. Complaints Committee to Investigate Cases of Sexual Harassment of Women Employees. Bodhi D. Surinder Jaswal · Member. NIMHANS. Mumbai · Member. Mumbai Advisor. Mumbai 111 . Bipin Jojo Date Dec. Executive Committee. Indian Society of Criminology. Research Committee. Haffkins Institute. Selection Committee. Training and Development. Centre for Study of Society and Secularism. Centre for Research.
Resource Person Committee. Board of Research Studies (Social Work). Nirmala Niketan). Complaints Committee Against Sexual Harassment. Mumbai Founder Member and Trustee. Mahila Samakhya Society. Srilatha Juvva · · · · Secretary. CIF-India. Visakhapatnam Member. Lucknow Member. Governing Board. Ad hoc Board of Studies (Social Work). Mumbai Member. CBR Forum. Sub-Committee for Identification and Review for Post vin Govt. Trustee. New Delhi Member. Government of Maharashtra Member. Madhya Pradesh 112 . Prerana. YUVA. Aflatoun Child Finance International. Mumbai Ms. Examination Committee. Central Industrial Security Force. General Body. State Coordination Committee on Child Protection. Bangalore Ms. Governing Board. Mahila Samakhya Society. Mumbai Member. Office of the Principal Accountant General. Sexual Harassment Committee. Mumbai Ms. Patna Member. Ahmedabad Member. Committee Member. Executive Committee. State Coordination Committee on Child Protection set up by the Mumbai High Court to look into instances of Child Abuse and Neglect in State run/sponsored homes for mentally deficient children. Mumbai Associate Member. Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited. Governing Board. Mumbai Ms. Delhi Member. Mumbai Member. Mumbai Convenor. Mumbai Member. Executive Committee. Thiruvananthapuram Dr. Government of Bihar. Mahila Samakhya Society. Mumbai Member. Roshni Nair · · · External Member. National Trust Local Committee Member. All India Award for Diabetes Management Sanofi-Aventis India Dr. Forum Against Child Sexual Abuse. Trupti Panchal · · Trustee-Treasurer. Amsterdam Member and Core Group Resource Person. Mumbai Member. Bhabha Atomic Research Centre. Lata Narayan · · · · · · · Member. ‘I am Champ'. CHILDREN AND FAMILIES Dr. Board of Directors. Executive Committee. Mumbai CENTRE FOR EQUITY FOR WOMEN. Mumbai CENTRE FOR DISABILITY STUDIES AND ACTION Dr. Thane Member. Saathi. Executive Committee. University of Mumbai (College of Social Work. State Level Steering Committee for Special Cells for Women.ANNUAL · REPORT 2010 – 11 Member. Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisations. Managing Committee. Sandhya Limaye · · · · Member. Mahila Samakhya Society. Governing Board. Mumbai Trustee-Chairperson. Executive Committee. Maharashtra. Ali Yavar Jung National Institute For The Hearing Handicapped. Government of Kerela. Job. National Resource Group. Naina Athale · · · Chairperson. Judging Panel. GoI. UGC Scheme. Samvedna. Executive Committee. New Delhi Member. MHRD. Women's Cell. in Defence of Animals-India. Mumbai Member. YUVA Urban Initiatives. MelJol. Majlis Manch: Cultural and Legal Centre for Women. Gulbarga Member. Committee for Redressal of Complaints of Sexual Harassment of Working Women. UGC. Mahila Samakhya. Child Finance Academic Working Committee. Shewli Kumar · · · Chairperson. National Consultative Committee. New Delhi. Akshara: Women's Resource Centre. Mumbai Chairperson. Delhi Member. Mumbai University. Zonal Committee on Child Protection-Konkan Region. Managing Committee. Executive Committee. Central University of Karnataka. FREA. Kalyani Talvelkar · Member. Mumbai Ms. Bombay Association of Trained Social Workers. Bombay Association of Trained Social Workers. Anjali Dave · · · · · · · · Member. Indraprastha Public Affairs Centre. Government of Uttar Pradesh. Government of Gujarat. Mumbai Member. Laya. 'Capacity Building of Women Manager in Higher Education'.
Corporate Social Responsibility Council. Karjat. Germany CENTRE FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE AND GOVERNANCE Dr. NOIDA Member. Government of India. Bipin Jojo · · · · Member. Hamburg. Mumbai Prof. Katy Y. Raigad Dist. U. Prevention of Sexual Harassment at the Workplace. Chhatrapati Shahu Institute of Business Education and Research.R. Sai Dham: Home for Girls. State level Steering Committee for Special Cell for Women and Children. Editorial Board. Bodhi D. Council of International (Programme) Fellowship India-CIF India. Board of Studies.S. Delhi Prof. Mumbai Consultant. Delhi Mr. Mumbai Member. Vidya Rao · · · Member. Financial Management Services Foundation. Shubhada Maitra · · External Expert/ Member. Mumbai Member. Planning Commission. Bharati Vidyapeeth. Board of Studies. Mumbai Member. Mumbai Member of Core-Group. Asia Advisory Board. Ad Hoc Board of Studies for Social Work. Maharashtra. National Association of Social Workers for Dalit and Tribal Empowerment. Maharashtra State Mental Health Authority. International Board. North East Research and Social Work Network. Mumbai CENTRE FOR HEALTH AND MENTAL HEALTH Dr. University of Baroda. Guwahati Dr. Research Project Review Committee.K. Shinde School of Social Work. New Delhi Member. SNDT Women's University. Hong Kong Member. Governing Board. Faculty of Social Work. Department of Social Work. Suryakant Waghmore · Visiting Fellow. Bhor Foundation. International Association of Schools of Social Work. Disha Kendra. Member At Large . Insight Foundation. Hyderabad Central University. Governing Body. Executive Committee. Xavier Institute of Social Research. The Livelihood School. New Delhi Member. Mumbai Founder and Board Member. Mumbai Member. Governing Board. Governing Board. Government of India. Mumbai Board Member. Participative Development Journal. Sriniketan Member. Indo-US Collaborative Research Committee on Reproductive and Sexual Health. Mumbai Member. Delhi Convenor. Larsen & Tubro Ltd. RAHI. Pune Member. D. Empowerment and Development. Vadodara Member. Maharashtra Dr. Vimla Nadkarni · · · · · · UGC Nominee. Editorial Board. New Delhi Examiner. Pune Member. Bharati Vidyapeeth. Road Transport Authority. Hyderabad Member. School of Humanities. Sundargargh. Government of Maharashtra. Doctoral Thesis Examination and Viva. Department of Science & Technology. Managing Committee. Mumbai Member. Gandevia · · · · · President. Managing Committee. Hyderabad 113 . Davangere University. Indian Council of Medical Research. Advisory Committee. · · · Board Member. Slum Rehabilitation Society. Sriniketan Journal of Social Work and Social Development. Governing Board.K. Mumbai President. Editorial Board. Council of International Programme. Managing Committee. UGC ASIHSS Programme.S. Family Welfare Agency. Indian Council of Medical Research. Family Welfare Agency. M. BATSW. Swapan Garain · · · · · · · · · Member. Kolhapur Member. Programme Advisory Committee under Science for Equity. Davangere Member. Aditya Birla Group. Department of English. All India Level Member. Social Work Education. Forum against Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation. Orissa Prof. Pune Member. Visva-Bharati University. Board of Directors. International Journal of AIDS Education and Prevention Chairperson. Complaints Committee on Sexual Harassment at Workplace. Governing Boar. Assessment and Monitoring Authority.ANNUAL · · · · REPORT 2010 – 11 Trustee-member.
23–25. Surinder Jaswal Social Protection to Social Justice: Addressing Poverty and Exclusion in India TISS. H. Beck National Consultation on Social Protection for Social Justice: Addressing Issues of Poverty and Exclusion in India . Vienna St. Mumbai Hyderabad Mar. TISS Participant - Prof. Manish K. SAVE. 28–29. 2010 Women Without Borders.ANNUAL Faculty Participation in/Contribution to Conferences. 2011 Caritas India TISS. 2011 Raipur Mar. 2011 Mar. Surinder Jaswal Delhi Apr. TISS. 2011 UNFPA. 18–19. 7. 2010 Jun. Mary's College. Government of India Prof. Surinder Jaswal Training Programme on Gender-based Violence and Conflict 2010 Prof. Jha International Seminar on Social Exclusion: Meanings and Perspectives Prof. Mumbai Feb. 21–23. Udipi Presented a Paper Child Sexual Abuse in Thane 114 TISS. 16. 2011 - Prof. Beck Crises and Challenges in Central India Presented a Paper Crises and Challenges of Development in Central India School of Social Work. 29. ILO and UNESCO Childwatch International and TISS Participant National Disaster Management Authority. Mumbai Prof. 25. 2011 Presented a Paper – 11 National Workshop on Psychosocial Support and Mental Health Services TISS. Seminars. Surinder Jaswal Social Work Education Challenges Prof. Surinder Jaswal SAVE Dialogue Presented a Paper Mumbai Terror Attacks and Violence Keynote Address Emerging Challenges in Social Work Education Participant - Prof. Mumbai Udipi Nov. Workshops and Training Programmes Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Faculty Title of the Programme DEAN Bangkok. Surinder Jaswal Global Carbon Budgets and Equity in Climate Change CENTRE FOR COMMUNITY ORGANISATION AND DEVELOPMENT PRACTICE Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy. 11–16. 2010 TISS Nov. Mumbai Mar. H. Thailand · Made a Presentation Apr. 18–19. University of Hyderabad Presented a Paper Development. Surinder Jaswal International Workshop on Violence Against Children in the Asia-Pacific Region The Taj. Exclusion and Resistance Dr. UNHCR and UNICEF · Resource Person · Regional Issues of Gender-Based Violence · The Work of TISS and SSW on Gender-Based Violence Modus Operandi for Psychosocial Care in Disasters REPORT Prof. 2011 International Council for Social Welfare.
P. 2011 SANKALP Chaired a Session Understanding Social Construction of Gender for Collective Action by Women Gender and Discrimination Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Dr. 2010 Dec. Germany Institute of Continental Philosophy (Laesoe). 2010 Central University Jharkhand Act Now for Harmony and Democracy Dr. P. TISS Participant Centre for Gandhian Studies. 2011 TISS.Faculty Mumbai Feb. University of Lapland and Finnish Academy – 11 Symposium on the Biopolitics of Development: Life. Swati Banerjee National Workshop on Human Rights-Based Development Mumbai Feb. 21–25. M. University of Kassel. 27. 2011 School of Social Work. 7–8. University Panellist TISS. Manish K. 2010 Dec. Shajahan National Convention on Voices of Resistance Ranchi Presented a Paper Minorities and Development Challenges Discussant - 115 TISS. Mouleshri Vyas Symposium on the Biopolitics of Development: Life. Jha National Workshop on Human Rights based Development Kottayam Human Rights Timeline and Inputs Towards Building Inclusive Communities - Dr. and International Center for Development and Decent Work. Denmark Sep. 9–10. Mouleshri Vyas Development Trajectories: India and South Africa School of Management and Labour Studies. Manish K. 2010 Prof. 2011 Feb. H. Shajahan National Seminar on Conflict Resolution in South Asia Mumbai Dr. Welfare and Unruly Populations Presented a Paper Of Reorganising and Managing Informal Labour 2010 Dr. 22–25. 2010 Kolkata Sep. Jha National Seminar on Social Work Education: Emerging Trends and Perspectives Mumbai Dec.K. 9–10. Mumbai Resource Person Dr. Manish K. International Consortium for Social Development Calcutta Research Group. Swati Banerjee Women and Socioeconomic Empowerment Dr. Mumbai Resource Person Mumbai Feb. 2010 Kolkata Sep. Jha International Conference on Human Rights and Social Development: A Pathway to Sustainability Presented a Paper Human Security Crisis in India: A Case Study of Conflict Zone REPORT Dr. Welfare and Unruly Populations Biopolitics and Marginality: Poor Migrants in Urban Periphery . 2011 Jan. TISS. 13–14. Manish K. Jha Presented a Paper Calcutta Research Group. University of Lapland and Finnish Academy Presented a Paper Conservancy Work in India and South Africa: Retention at the Periphery ANNUAL Dr.G. Beck Curriculum Consultative Seminar Dr. 26–27. 21–25.K. 1–2. 3–4. Mumbai Laesoe.
2011 TISS. Ambedkar Law University and the Indian Society of Criminology National Judicial Academy National Workshop on Human Rights-based Development Mumbai Feb. 1010 G. 21–25. 18–20. 2–3. Ruchi Sinha National Workshop on Human Rights-based Development Ms. 2011 Academic Staff College Mumbai University TISS. Ambedkar Law University and the Indian Society of Criminology Tamil Nadu Dr. Vijay Raghavan Chennai Feb. Pant Social Science Institute Presented a Paper 2010 – CENTRE FOR CRIMINOLOGY AND JUSTICE Mumbai Feb. Mumbai Resource Persons 116 Chennai Feb. 9–10. 2011 Jan. Shajahan Symposium on the Biopolitics of Development: Life. 2010 Calcutta Research Group. TISS Participant - Dr.K. Roshni Nair National Seminar on Social Work Education and Practice:Trends and Perspectives Participants - . 2011 Mumbai Feb. 2011 Tamil Nadu Dr. Resistance and Democracy: A Case of SEZ Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session ANNUAL Dr. Jha National Seminar on Resources. 13–14. Manish K. Roshni Nair UGC Orientation Course Ms. P. 2011 TISS. Vijay Raghavan National Judicial Workshop on Adjudication Management Resource Person · Sentencing Policy and Rights of Prisoners · Social Role and Access to Justice Participant - Ms. Roshni Nair Theme Centred Interaction Centre for Lifelong Learning. 21–25. 2011 Bhopal Feb. TISS School of Social Work. University of Lapland and Finnish Academy Panellist · Biopolitics and Marginality: The Case of Muslims in Mumbai · Round table on Biopolitics and Marginalisation in the Context of Urban Lives Resources. 4–7. Asha Mukundan and Ms.B. 25–29. Vijay Raghavan 34th All India Criminology Conference Participant - Dr. Welfare and Unruly Populations REPORT Dr. Mumbai TISS Ms. 1–28. Resistance and Democracy Allahabad Aug.Faculty Kolkata Sep. 18–20. 2011 Jan. Ruchi Sinha and Dr. Ruchi Sinha 34th All India Criminology Conference Dr.P. Mumbai Resource Person Strategy Development to Address Rights Violations within the Purview of the Role of SHRC and NHRC Participation and Stakeholder Analysis Presented a Paper - 11 Ms. K.
University of Madras Presented a Paper Presented a Paper Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session The Shifting Nature of Criminal Gangs in Mumbai City: From Actor to Network Orientation Dr. 2010 Kerala Judicial Academy. 7 and 9. Asha Mukundan State level Training for Juvenile Justice Boards (JJB) of Aurangabad Division Resource Person Child in Conflict with Law and the Approach of Working with the JCL with Case Studies Mumbai High Court. Vijay Raghavan Asian Criminological Society Second Annual Conference Chennai Dec. Roshni Nair National Round Table Conference Association for Early Childhood Education and Development and TISS.P. 17–19. Asha Mukundan State level Training of Juvenile Justice Board Members. 27–28. Department of Women and Child Development. K. K. Nagpur Mumbai Sep.P. 2010 Protection of Rights under the Criminal Justice System: Role of Courts and Rights Protection Index Resource Person Field Placements through Social Work Colleges in Prisons: A Case of PublicPrivate Partnership Resource Person Need for Social Work Intervention in the Criminal Justice System Dr. Mumbai Department of Criminology. Germany and PUKAR.P. and UNICEF National Judicial Academy Resource Person New Delhi Oct. 2010 Ministry of Home Affairs. 2010 National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights Participant Dr. 9–10. 8–9. 29. Vijay Raghavan Stop Or Go: The Social Dynamics of Urban Movement Dr. 13–17. Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity.Faculty Mumbai Dec. 8–9. 2010 The Indian Criminal Justice System: A Subaltern Perspective - Dr. Asha Mukundan National Consultation Regarding the Implementation of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act. and UNICEF – 11 . Government of Maharashtra. (GoM). Social Welfare Department. Vijay Raghavan All India Conference of Correctional Administrators ANNUAL Ms. K. 2010 TISS. Government of India Nagpur and Yavatmal Sep. Vijay Raghavan National Judicial Seminar for Subordinate Courts under the Constitution of India Bhopal Sep. 3–4. India Participant - 2010 Dr. 2000 Kerala Oct. 2010 Resource Person 117 New Delhi Sep. 2010 Prayas and Matru Sewa Sangh Institute of Social Work. Sharon Menezes Social Work Methods in the Criminal Justice System REPORT Ms. Kerala Working on Issues Related to Juvenile Justice Dr. 2010 Aurangabad Aug.
Faculty Mumbai Jul. 30–31, 2010 Mumbai High Court, Department of Women and Child Development, GoM, and UNICEF Mumbai High Court, Department of Women and Child Development, GoM, and UNICEF Centre for Research Methodology, TISS National Judicial Academy Resource Person Participants Resource Person Resource Person Child in Conflict with Law and the Approach of Working with the JCL with Case Studies
Title of the Programme
Nature of Participation
Title of Paper/Session
Dr. K.P. Asha Mukundan
State-level Training for Juvenile Justice Boards (JJB) of Mumbai, Pune, Nashik Division
Dr. K.P. Asha Mukundan
State-level Training for Juvenile Justice Boards (JJB) of Nagpur and Amravati Division
Jul. 16–18, 2010
Child in Conflict with Law and the Approach of Working with the JCL
Dr. K.P. Asha Mukundan and Ms. Roshni Nair Bhopal Jun. 19–20, 2010
SPSS FDP on Research and Data Analysis Using SPSS
Jun. 28–29, 2010
Dr. Vijay Raghavan
State of the Indian Justice System: Voices of the People
Protecting the Rights of the Poor and Disempowered Individuals in the Criminal Justice System
CENTRE FOR DISABILITY STUDIES AND ACTION
Delhi Mar. 25–26, 2011 Centre for Study of Social Systems, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Centre for Study of Social System, JNU Chaired a Session The Hidden Me: Sexual Identity in Persons with Visual Impairment · Presented a Paper · Chaired a Session · Exploring Issues Related to Disability · Disability, Institution and Practice Participant -
New Delhi Mar. 25–26, 2011 TISS, Mumbai Mar. 18–19, 2011 CODP, SSW, TISS Nagpur Mar. 22–23, 2011 Feb. 28, 2011 National Association for the Blind (NAB) NAB Pune Pune Feb. 28– Mar. 1, 2011 NAB
Dr. Srilatha Juvva
Exploring Disability Experiences in Social Science Research
Dr. Sandhya Limaye
Exploring Disability Experiences in Social Sciences Research
Dr. Srilatha Juvva
National Consultation on Social Protection to Social Justice: Addressing Issues of Poverty and Exclusion in India
Dr. Sandhya Limaye
National Consultation on New Disability Act (Draft)
Dr. Srilatha Juvva
Maharashtra State-level Consultation on Working Draft of Persons with Disability Bill
Dr. Madhura Nagchoudhuri
State Level Consultation on the Rights of Persons with Disability Bill
Participant and Co-rapporteur
Faculty Mumbai Feb. 16, 2011 SNEHA, Mumbai Participant -
Title of the Programme
Nature of Participation
Title of Paper/Session
Dr. Madhura Nagchoudhuri
Understanding Violence Against Marginalised Women in South Asia Mumbai Feb. 11–12 and 18–19, 2011 BATSW, Department of Social Work, SNDT Women's University and Family Therapy Study Group Brotherhood and TISS Participants Facilitator for all Sessions -
Dr. Srilatha Juvva
Workshop on Basic Skills in Family Therapy
Dr. Sandhya Limaye and Dr. Madhura Nagchoudhuri TISS, Mumbai Jan. 20, 2011 Centre for Lifelong Learning, TISS
We Care Film Festival Programme
Feb. 11–12, 2011
Dr. Vaishali Kolhe
Disability: Working with Children, Parents, Teachers and Schools TISS, Mumbai Jan. 13–14, 2011 School of Social Work, TISS Participants
Conducted a Workshop
Dr. Sandhya Limaye, Dr. Vaishali Kolhe and Dr. Madhura Nagchoudhuri
National Seminar on Social Work Education and Practice: Emerging Trends and Perspectives Mumbai Jan. 8, 2011 TISS
Mumbai Dec. 22–23, 2010 Bangalore Dec. 17–18, 2010 Bangalore Dec. 17–18, 2010
Dr. Srilatha Juvva
Ladakh Autonomous Hill Council Councillors Training Programme
Facilitated a Session
Mental Health and Psychosocial Care Presented a Paper Psychology of Violence: Contextualising Muslim Women's Experiences during Riots
Dr. Vaishali Kolhe
Psychology of Violence
Department of Psychology, University of Mumbai
Dr. Srilatha Juvva
United Nations Convention of Rights of Persons with Disability, the New Disability Act (Draft), Mental Health Care Act and Rights for Persons Living with Mental Illness
National Alliance on Access to Justice for Persons Living with Mental Illness
Dr. Sandhya Limaye
National Alliance on Access to Justice for Persons Living with Mental Illness
2010 – 11
United Nations Convention of Rights of Persons with Disability, the New Disability Act (Draft), Mental Health Care Act and Rights for Persons Living with Mental Illness
Faculty Pune Dec. 13, 2010 NAAJMI, Bapu Trust in partnership with Action Aid Resource Person -
Title of the Programme
Nature of Participation
Title of Paper/Session
Dr. Madhura Nagchoudhuri
Maharashtra level Consultation on the UNCRPD, the New Disability Draft Legislation and Issues of Persons Living with Mental Illness Delhi Dec. 12, 2010 Voluntary Services Overseas and Wada Na Todo Participant -
Dr. Srilatha Juvva
National Thematic Consultation on Disability for the 12th Five-Year Plan Delhi Dec. 9, 2010 United Nations Development Fund Special Invitee -
Dr. Srilatha Juvva
Workshop on Documentation of Best Practices on Livelihood Interventions for Persons with Disability TISS Nov. 23, 2011 DRS, UGC-SAP Participants
Dr. Srilatha Juvva, Dr. Sandhya Limaye, Dr. Vaishali Kolhe, Dr. Madhura Nagchoudhuri and Ms. Kalyani Talvelkar Mumbai Nov. 8, 2011 NAB
Disability Network Workshop on Maharashtra State Plan of Action for PWDs
Pune Oct. 27, 2010 TISS, Mumbai Oct. 21–22, 2010 Oct. 6– Nov. 2, 2010 Sep. 7, 2010 Mumbai Academic Staff College, University of Mumbai SPARK and Samarthan Mumbai Mumbai Aug. 31, 2010 SNEHA, Mumbai Mumbai Jul. 26, 2010
Dr. Madhura Nagchoudhuri
Consultation on New Draft of Disability Law
Ms. Kalyani Talvelkar
National Convention on the Right to Education: Towards Seeking a Fuller Implementation
National Centre for Advocacy Studies
Dr. Sandhya Limaye
Disability Network Workshop
Centre for Disability Studies and Action, TISS
Dr. Vaishali Kolhe
Ms. Kalyani Talvelkar
Workshop on the State Model Rules on Right to Education Act, 2009
Dr. Madhura Nagchoudhuri
Workshop for Organisations Working on the Issue of Disability
Dr. Srilatha Juvva
Autism, The Musical
American Library Center and TISS
Moderated a Session
Faculty Mumbai Jul. 26–28, 2010 Jul. 26–28, 2010 Jul. 26, 2010 American Library Center and TISS National Centre for Advocacy Studies Made a Presentation Discussant American Library Center and TISS Participant American Library Center and TISS Chaired a Session Living with Lior
Title of the Programme
Nature of Participation
Title of Paper/Session
Dr. Sandhya Limaye
Disability Awareness Programme
Dr. Vaishali Kolhe
Disability Awareness Programme
Dr. Madhura Nagchoudhuri
Film Festival on Media and Disability Pune Jun. 28, 2010
Through Deaf Eyes
Dr. Srilatha Juvva
Consultation on Ensuring the Rights of the Disabled Child within the Framework of Right to Education on 28th June, 2010 TISS, Mumbai Jun. 10, 2010 Global Fund for AIDS, TB and Malaria Facilitated a Session
Summary of Deliberations on the Workshop on the Right to Education Act, 2009
Dr. Srilatha Juvva
Workshop on Research Methodology
Conceptual Framework in Research Study
CENTRE FOR EQUITY FOR WOMEN, CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
Mumbai Aug. 2, 211 Maharshtra Judicial Academy Resource Person Understanding Gender and Violence Against Women
Ms. Trupti Panchal
Lonavla Mar. 25–26, 2011 Mar. 24, 2011 Jan. 29, 2011 Mumbai Akola RDG College, Akola Kolkata Jan. 15–19, 2011 TISS, Mumbai Jan. 13–14, 2011 Mumbai Jan. 12–15, 2011
Induction Training for Newly Recruited Judicial Officers in Maharashtra Bombay Community Public Trust
Dr. Lata Narayan
NGO Management: A Programme for Senior Executives
Introduction to Appreciative Inquiry Participant -
Ms. Trupti Panchal
Consultation on Curriculum Building for Children
Centre for Equity for Women Children and Familis, TISS
Dr. Samta Pandya
Research Methodology for Music
Presented a Paper (in absentia)
Research Methodology for Studies in Indian Classical Music: A Deliberation Lady Brabourne College and UGC Core Group Resource Person -
Dr. Lata Narayan
Sensitisation, Awareness and Motivation Workshop for Women Managers in Higher Education
Dr. Samta Pandya
School of Social Work, TISS
National Seminar on Social Work Education and Practice: Emerging Trends and Perspectives
Ms. Trupti Panchal
Training on Child Sexual Abuse for Teachers and Volunteers
Childline India Foundation
Dealing with Child Sexual Abuse
Faculty Guwahati Jan. 7–11, 2011 Dec. 19, 2010 Lawyers Collective Resource Person Women's Studies Research Centre, Gauhati University Participant -
Title of the Programme
Nature of Participation
Title of Paper/Session
Dr. Lata Narayan
Management Skills Enhancement Module Delhi
Ms. Trupti Panchal
Staying Alive: Fourth National Conference on Implementation of PWDV Act, 2005 Mumbai Dec. 9–10, 2010 Committed Communities Development Trust Discussant
Responses of the Stakeholders: The TISS Model
Dr. Shewli Kumar
National Workshop on Child Participation: Achievements and Challenges TISS Nov. 27–29, 2010 Nov. 15–16, 2010 Nov. 12, 2010 National Judicial Academy Resource Person School of Social Work, TISS Participant -
Presentation on Child Participation
Dr. Lata Narayan
Dance Movement Therapy
Ms. Trupti Panchal
National Orientation Programme for Newly Appointed Civil Judges Mumbai
Role of Courts in Securing Gender Justice Understanding Child Sexual Abuse and Interventions
Ms. Naina Athale
Understanding Child Sexual Abuse: Training Programme for Assistant Commissioners of Police in Mumbai
Kerala Nov. 2–6, 2010 Oct. 18–22, 2010 Oct. 3–4, 2010 TISS Kerala Police TISS, Mumbai Bhopal Pune Sep. 30– Oct. 2, 2010 Save The Children, Maharashtra Bhopal Sep. 27, 2010 Barkatullah University Delhi Sep. 14–17, 2010 US Government
National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development, in collaboration with Childline India Foundation
Ms. Trupti Panchal
Global Community Policing Conclave
Ms. Trupti Panchal
Global Consortium Meeting for Education in Family Studies
Ms. Trupti Panchal
National Judicial Workshop on Adjudication Management: Adjudication of Family Disputes
National Judicial Academy
Open Legal Issues Arising in Family Cases: Conclusion and Way Forward Chief Facilitator Child Counselling, Communication, Advocacy and Networking and Working in Communities for Child Protection Chaired a Session Child Trafficking during Adoption Resource Person Moving Beyond Legislation: How to Get Laws Implemented and Enforced
Ms. Naina Athale
Capacity Building Programme for Field-level workers
Ms. Trupti Panchal
Conference on Rights of Child
Ms. Trupti Panchal
Vital Voices of Asia: Leadership and Training Summit
Anjali Dave Challenges to Clinical Legal Education in Contemporary India CENTRE FOR HEALTH AND MENTAL HEALTH Imphal Mar. Indira Gandhi National Tribal University Regional Campus. Research and Education in Cancer Bombay Port Trust Inaugural Address Contextualising Social Work Education: Lessons from the Indian Experience Participant Facilitator - Prof. 3–4.Faculty Bhopal Aug. Mumbai Mumbai Feb. 27. Shubhada Maitra International Workshop on Violence Against Children in the Asia-Pacific Region Childwatch International and TISS Presented a Paper Sensitising Children on Gender and Violence: Experiences from the Gender Equity Movement in Schools Project National Institute for Research In Reproductive Health Presented a Paper Implementation of Individual Counselling and Couples' Intervention for Prevention of HIV/STIs among Married Women School of Social Work. Manipur Centre for Gerontological Studies. 18. 2011 Feb. Naina Athale National Consultancy on Sexual Offences Against Children Bill Ms. Nivedita Chalill Stress Management for Caregivers of Cancer Patients Dr. 2011 TISS. Trupti Panchal National Judicial Workshop on Adjudication Management: Adjudication of Cases involoving Domestic Violence-(P-342) Mumbai Chennai Hyderabad Jun. 16. 2010 Majlis and National Commission for Women Participant Ms. Ketki Ranade National Seminar on Social Work Education and Practice: Emerging Trends and Perspectives . 2011 Department of Social Work. Mumbai Jan. 18 and Apr. 21. 27–28. 2011 TISS. 5–8. 24–25. Ms. Asha Banu Soletti Pre-Retirement Training Programme for Senior Citizens Resource Person - ANNUAL Dr. Trupti Panchal Seminar on Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage Ms. TISS Participants - REPORT Dr. Asha Banu Soletti Kharghar Feb. 16–18. Organisational Effectiveness and Strengthening Judicial Method Engendering Legal Education for Violence against Women Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Ms. 2. 2011 123 Mumbai Feb. 21–23. 13–14. Asha Banu Soletti. 2010 Chityala Ailamma Centre for Interdisciplinary Research Resource Person Jul. 2010 TULIR-Chennai Resource Person Aug. Vimla Nadkarni Contextualising Social Work Education in North Eastern India Dr. 2011 National Consultation on Empowerment of Older Women Thiruvananthapuram Mar. Nivedita Chalill and Ms. 2011 Ms. Shubhada Maitra International Conference on Emerging Frontiers and Challenges in HIV/AIDS Research 2010 – 11 Dr. Kerala Advanced Centre for Treatment. 2010 National Judicial Academy Resource Person Role. Mar.
23. Don Boses Arts and Science College Dr. 28. 7–8. Institute for Community Research. 21. 11–12. 2010 TISS. Vimla Nadkarni 11 Working Group Meeting on Child Finance Strategy Ms. Bisexual Youth Presented a Paper Resistance to Renaissance: Lessons Learnt from a Community-based Project in Aghai Presented a Paper Multi-level Intervention for Prevention of HIV/STIs from Husbands to Wives in a Low Income Urban Community Ms. 25–29. Ketki Ranade 124 Kannur Oct. 22. Asha Banu Soletti Case Management Facilitated the Programme Participant - Prof. 2010 Made a Presentation Trans Health Issues: Role of Mental Health Professionals Made a Presentation Health and Mental Health Concerns of Lesbian. Gay. 28–30. Public Health Foundation of India Dr. Asha Banu Soletti National Conference on Critical Reflections on Social Work Practices. 2010 CIF Germany Health Concerns of Sexual Minorities Dr. 2010 Tata Memorial Hospital Made a Presentation Issues Related to Body Image in Breast Cancer Survivors and Coping Strategies Understanding Mental Illness Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session ANNUAL Ms. Government of India Made a Presentation Stakeholder Views Related to the Amendments . Nivedita Chalill Body Image Workshop for Survivors of Breast Cancer REPORT Ms. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. 1987 Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Department of Social Work. 2010 Shraddha Rehabilitation Centre Trainer 2010 Ms. 2010 - Ms.G. 2010 Sampoorna and Kokilaben Dhirubai Ambani Hospital Sampoorna and Kokilaben Dhirubai Ambani Hospital ICICI Health and Nutrition Centre Participant Nov. Mumbai Sep. Mumbai Dec. The Netherlands Mumbai Oct. Ketki Ranade Capacity Building Workshop for Staff of Shraddha Rehabilitation Centre TISS. 2010 Jun. 2010 TISS and Basic Needs India Trainer Karjat Dec. 3. Katy Y. Ketki Ranade 1st Indian Trans Health Care Meet Pune Oct. Ketki Ranade Training Institute on Community Mental Health ChildFinance Resource Person Amsterdam. 2010 Legislations in the Mental Health Sector - – Prof. 2010 New Delhi Sep. 6. Gandevia 50 Years of International Social Work - Dr. Shubhada Maitra Regional Consultation on Draft Amendments to the Mental Health Act. 30. Nivedita Chalill 1st Indian Trans Health Care Meet Mumbai Oct. 2010 Saathi Hamburg. Thinking Trends and Theory P. Germany Pune Aug. Shubhada Maitra Second International Conference on Alcohol and HIV: Insights from Interventions ICRW. 23.Faculty Mumbai Dec.
Monica Sakhrani Negotiating Spaces: Gender Concerns in Conflict Zones Participant - ANNUAL Ms. Nadkarni 2010 Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development CENTRE FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE AND GOVERNANCE Raipur Mar.Faculty Hong Kong Jun. 30–31. 13–14. 5–6. 2011 Mumbai Pune Jan. Monica Sakhrani Resisting Marginalisations. Challenging Hegemonies: Revisioning Gender Politics Presented a Paper Reading Rape after Mathura and Bhanwari REPORT Mr.R. Suryakant Waghmore Dalits. Mumbai Smiles Baleghol Mar. Economic Development and the State Dr. Vidya Rao International Conference on Combating Poverty in a Market Driven World Participant - Ms. Swapan Garain National Seminar on Professional Rural Social Work: Retrospect and Prospect Mumbai Feb. 2011 Insight Foundation Prof. Swapan Garain National Seminar on Governance. 2011 Majlis. 21–24. 2011 Keynote Address Social Work Perspective 125 Mumbai Feb. Vimla V. Bodhi D. 11–12. 10–14.R. 2. Social Justice and Sustainable Development Mumbai Mar. Dalits and Adivasis in Higher Education Presented a Paper – 11 Experiences of Dalit and Adivasi Students in Institutes of Higher Education . 2011 Creative Handicrafts. 21–23.S. Ambedkar Centre for Social Justice. Mumbai Wardha Indian Association of Women's Studies and Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya Jan. 2010 Jan. IFSW. Bodhi D. 7–8. National Seminar Social Work Education and Practice: Emerging Trends and Perspectives School of Social Work. 22–23. ICSW and others · Presented a Paper · Global Rapporteur Community Health Practice: The Indian Scenario Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Prof. 2011 Mar. TISS. 2011 Dr. University of Mumbai Suleman Subhedar Institute of Social Work Presented a Paper Social Compliance: An Emerging Area for Social Work Practice Dalit Politics: Critical Issues Dr. 2011 Davangere University Chaired a Technical Session Caritas India Made a Presentation Tribal Situation in India Dr. TISS · Facilitated a Session · Participant Dalit and Tribal Social Work 2010 Mr. Bipin Jojo Meeting of India Support Group: Caritas India Davangere Dr.S. 2010 IASSW.
2010 ICIMOD and Trinity College Dublin Participant Social Entrepreneurship: Working for Significant Social Impact for Rural Development Dr. University of Wisconsin PACS II. 17–18. 2010 PACS II. Vidya Rao 2010 International Consortium for Social Development: Asia Pacific Branch Conference Presented a Paper Challenges Faced by Social Policy Today Rural Employment Guarantee: A Means of Poverty Reduction Expert Corporate Community Partnership Presented a Paper Caste Repertories of BSP in Marathwada Chaired the Meeting - Dr. 10–12. 2010 Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University Presented a Paper Warsaw. GoI and Arid Forest Research Institute Dept. Swapan Garain Group Monitoring Workshop Department of Science and Technology. Poland Dec. Bipin Jojo - 126 Lucknow Nov. 29–30. Suryakant Waghmore Annual Conference on South Asia Dr. 2010 Nov. 2010 India Research and Studies. 2010 Centre for South Asia. 18–21. of Social Welfare College of Social Sciences Seoul National University Expert Social Enterprise Prof. South Korea Nov. 11–14. DFID Jodhpur Seoul.Faculty Surat Dec. 16. Bipin Jojo A Comparative Perspective on Ground Realities in Implementation of PESA in the States of Orissa and Gujrat Bhopal Dec. University of Warsaw 11 Dr. 14–16. 2010 Gurgaon Oct. Bipin Jojo Central Region Project Selection Meeting of PACS II Participant - Dr. Monica Sakhrani Seminar on Developments in Indian Law for Sri Lankan Judges Participant - Trafficking and Sexual Offences 2010 Dr. 18–19. USA Bhopal Oct. Swapan Garain Integrated Marketing and Sustainability Workshop Dr. 20. Swapan Garain National Seminar on Integrated Rural Development and Management: Issues. 2010 Pepsico and Tata Group Wisconsin. 21. 24–27. 2010 National Judicial Academy Resource Person REPORT Ms. DFID LEANES Workshop for the Himalayan Universities Consortium on Europe-Asia Collaboration for Higher Education Dr. 2010 Centre for Social Studies Presented a Paper Land Alienation in Vth Schedule Areas of Orissa: A Case Study of Sundargargh District Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session ANNUAL Dr. Nepal Dec. Bipin Jojo – Workshop on Research and Studies in Contemporary India Narendrapur Dec. Bipin Jojo Central Region Project Selection Meeting of PACS II . Strategies and Policy Options Kathmandu. 2010 Oct.
7–9. Turkey Jul. 2010 Technology. Swapan Garain Seminar for Engineering Students on Channelising Youth Energy for Nation Building Mangalore Sep. 2010 Mohile Parikh Centre Paris. 2010 Chandigarh Jul. 18. 25–27. 2010 Dr. Surinder Jaswal and Ms. Vidya Rao REPORT Facing Crises: Challenges and Opportunities Confronting the Third Sector and Civil Society: 9th International Conference of the International Society for Third Sector Research 2010 Dr. School of social Sciences.Faculty Mumbai Oct. Swapan Garain Seminar on Youth and Social Responsibility for MSWs and MBAs Lund University. 1–2. 29. 2010 Ramakrishna Math and Mission Resource Person Mangalore Sep. 2010 Mumbai Aug. Sweden Nashik Sep. Oxford University Sep. GoI and National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research. Society and the Poor Dr.S. 2010 Centre for Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy. Bipin Jojo Erasmus Mundus Europe Asia Cooperation Lot 11 Planning Meeting Ms. Art and Science Dr. Sweden TISS Repsresentative Role of Social Entrepreneurship in National Development - Dr. 2010 Lund University. Suryakant Waghmore Marginalisation or Mobility: Dalits in Neo-liberal India Presented a Paper NGOs in Dalit Politics: Associational Revolution or Neo-imperialism at Large? Participants - Prof.R. 2010 Jul. Swapan Garain Expert - – Programme Advisory Committee Meeting for Evaluating Project Proposals Building Ideas of Swami Vive 11 Department of Science and Technology. Suryakant Waghmore Colloquium on Who is a Citizen in India Today? Presented a Paper Claiming Citizenship or Reinforcing Margins? Dalit Activism in Marathwada Kadir Has University. Bodhi D. 9–10. Sarita Ganesh Philosophy. 6. 9th International Conference of the International Society for Third Sector Research Participant - ANNUAL Prof. Chandigarh . 7–10. Challenges and Vision for Future Dr. TISS Ramakrishna Math and Mission Keynote Address Participant - Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Mr. 2010 NSS TORC-TISS and Maharashtra University of Health Sciences Contemporary South Asian Studies. Social Movements in Maharashtra: Issues. Monica Sakhrani Legal Literacy Resource Person Women and Law 127 Oxford Sep. 28. 23–25. France Sciences Po Istanbul.
Monica Sakhrani Training of Trainers for Frontline Workers from Child Development Agencies Delhi May 15.Faculty TISS. TISS Discussant REPORT Ms. 29– Jul. TISS Resource Person Vishakha Judgment and the Law Relating to Sexual Harassment Module on Child and The Law Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session ANNUAL Ms.S. Mumbai Jun.R. 2010 SAARTHI. 2010 Centre for Lifelong Learning. Bodhi D. Monica Sakhrani National Workshop for Peer Counsellors on Prevention of Sexual Harassment of Women at the Workplace Guwahati May 15. 5. 2010 Jamia Millia Islamia Participant - 2010 Mr. Refresher Course on Human Rights and Social Inclusion – 11 128 .
Anjali Monteiro Prof. Manjula Bharathy Mr. Nagesh Babu Ms. Niranjana Annual Report 2010–2011 129 . Jayasankar Dr. K.CENTRE FOR MEDIA AND CULTURAL STUDIES Chairperson: Prof. P.P. Shilpa Phadke Ms.
• Do Din Ka Mela. The CMCS has undertaken two collaborative production projects with Laya/INECC (Indian Network for Ethics and Climate Change). Anjali Monteiro and Prof. Manjula Bharathy won the best film on sexual minority issues at the SAATHI Rainbow Film Awards. field action and research for over 75 years. documentaries. New Delhi was the scholar in residence at the Centre in January 2011. which was produced in collaboration with noted singer Neela Bhagwat and Centre for Secularism and Society. Ajinkya Shenava was awarded a grant under India Foundation for the Arts Research and Documentation programme for the year 2010–2011. by Nikhil Titus. by Nikhil Titus. K. This film also won the ACT-UCP Sarnet award for the best student film on a Human Rights issue at Abhivyakti 2010. • SheWrite. by Shilpi Gulati and Divya Cowasji won the won the second prize in the non-fiction category at I.) which deals with the issues of displacement of the tribal farming communities and the impact on their health and livelihoods due to the Jindal Power Plant in Chattisgarh. Adda. • Inside Out. As part of a series of audio CDs. and websites.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 CENTRE FOR MEDIA AND CULTURAL STUDIES The M. This seminar brought together academics. and Videokaaran (directed by Jagannathan Krishnan).P. Jamia Milia Islamia University. in Media and Cultural Studies. It organised collaborative programmes with the Centre for Disability Studies and Action of TISS. Sanjay Pratap Singh and Nandita Thomas won the Gold for the best student non-fiction film at the IDPA awards. the Centre released Ekaroop Sabamahi: In Celebration of Peace. On the occasion of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations of TISS. the student film club. New Delhi. directed by Prof. He is working on a monograph. Its innovative programme. She conducted a workshop with the students of the Centre entitled ‘How Do I Look? The Politics of Seeing and Showing Non-normative Sexualities’. activists and media practitioners whose work addresses concerns . • Where’s Kishore. including workshops and talks. Kashmir Solidarity Group and the Kabir Festival. disaster relief and rehabilitation. has consolidated its position by attracting a large number of candidates. The Centre held its biennial seminar on the theme of ‘Rethinking Cultural Studies: The Indian Experience’. In addition to their films and their dissertations. a news story. Ashwini Falnikar. Anjali Monteiro was awarded the Public Service Broadcasting Trust (PSBT) Films Division Fellowship for 2010 on the theme Revisioning India. Nikhil Titus (Superheroes of India) and Ms. several events were organised during this academic year. Jayasankar won the Gold for the Best non-fiction script and a Certificate of Merit at the Indian Documentary Producers' Association (IDPA) awards for 2009. In addition. Students also get an opportunity to intern and get placed in a range of media organisations. Ekta/ Ms. Under Culture Cafe. including the production of a series of 8 short case studies and a longer film on Decentralised Energy Options for Sustainable Development. music videos.G. Jayasankar was adjudged as one of the 3 best films at the Second Sadho International Poetry Film Fest. College International Students Film Festival. New Delhi. students have also been publishing articles and papers in a variety of print and online publications. which is a blend of theory and practice. LABIA. It also partnered with the Kabir Festival to organise a screening of Do Din Ka Mela followed by a performance by Kachchhi folk singer Moora Lala. • XXWhy. had screenings throughout the year on a range of themes. it received over 1. the Centre also won two Fellowships: • Prof. Anjali Monteiro and Prof. includes as a part of coursework producing public service announcements. directed by Dr. Yashwini (Behind the Tin Sheets). It is also coordinating the production of exhibitions on the same theme and is anchoring the preparations for the celebrations. This year. radio programmes. started in 2007.P.P. Kochi. Shohini Ghosh of Mass Communication Research Centre. Some of the student films have been screened at film festivals and won awards. which deals with Dhrupad and the processes of pedagogy within a tradition. Shaira Shetty and Sneha Anand won the best student film award at the Script 2011 International Film Festival. visual design products. K. which looks at the subaltern cinema viewing practices in a working class neighbourhood in Mumbai. directed by Prof. 130 • Mr.000 applications for the 23 seats in the incoming class of 2011–2013. Two fellowship films were completed in 2010—Before Dark (directed by Ajay T. • 352: Remembering Emergency. Current fellows are Mr. The Centre for Media and Cultural Studies (CMCS) has received 8 awards in recognition of its video production work of which 4 were awarded to faculty productions and 4 to student productions.A. Prof. the CMCS has initiated an oral history and visual archive as well as a series of videos on the history of TISS and its contribution to education.
with online access to the database on intranet. the national level students’' film festival had 107 entries in 4 categories from more than 25 film schools from across the country. 2008 Production Completed Dr. Violence. The students’ annual seminar Frames of Reference was on the theme of ‘Performing Resistance’. and Ph. Anjali Monteiro and Prof. TISS Feb.A. Manjula Bharathy Agaz Foundation Oct. M. Manjula Bharathy JTT Aug. It has also started a blog to update users on new additions. Conferences. 2010 Data collection JTT Aug. Manjula Bharathy Self-initiated May 2008 Ongoing Ms. The film holdings of the archive have grown to 2. in which papers were presented by 36 M. 2009 Data collection Dr. 2009 Completed Dr. Manjula Bharathy TISS and JTT Research Council. Jayasankar Dr. 2010 Completed Ideology and Operational Strategies of the Kudumbhashree Mission in Kerala Women's Narratives in Early 20th Century Developing Multi-Media and Print Material for the TISS Platinum Jubilee Feminism and Young Women Documentary on Towards People-Centred Initiatives in Leh Engendering Governance and Rural Local Bodies in Bihar. TISS Jul. K. Conferences.In. Shilpa Phadke Research Council.P. K. Karnataka and Rajasthan* Documentary on Gender and Governance Documentary on Ageing Engendered Citizenship and Local Governance in Maharashtra* Gender.D.Phil.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 around the theme of culture and power. QUICK FACTS Faculty Members Research Projects Field Action Projects Publications Seminars. students from across the country. Workshops and Training Programmes Papers/Films Presented 6 12 1 4 7 24 24 Research Projects and Other Projects Title of the Project Sponsor Date of Sanction/Commencement Sep. Manjula Bharathy JTT Feb. footage and photographs. Anjali Monteiro and Prof. 2010 Ongoing Prof. K.P.P. Cut. Anjali Monteiro and Prof.800. Jayasankar Self-initiated TISS and JTT Mar. The Centre’s digital archive is a widely accessed collection of films. 2010 Ongoing Post-Production Ms. The archive is developing its collection on thematic areas corresponding to the curriculum needs of the teaching programmes. Manjula Bharathy Dr. Shilpa Phadke Dr. 2009 Aug.. Shilpa Phadke 131 . 2010 Present Position In-Charge Documentary on Padmaben: Women in Kutch Music for Peace: A Compilation Jamsetji Tata Trust (JTT) Post-Production Prof. 2010 Ongoing Ms. 2010 Jan. Urban Space Government of Kerala Aug. Jayasankar Prof. Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Faculty Participation in/Contribution to Seminars.
Manjula Bharathy Ahmedabad Centre for Environment Planning and Technology Agaz Foundation TISS. Prof. estd. Karnataka Caste. July 17. 13–14. 2011 Name of the Programme Rethinking Cultural Studies Place Mumbai Sponsor JTT Nov. Manjula Bharathy Patna Agaz Foundation Dr. Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Faculty-in-Charge Prof. 19–20.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Field Action Projects National Platform for Promoting Decentralisation. 2010 Bangalore Agaz Foundation 132 . Anjali Monteiro · A New Pair of Scissors: The Draft Cinematograph Bill 2010. CBOs. Economic and Political Weekly. 2010 Aug. Nagesh and Ms. (co-author) Prof. Mumbai: Asiatic Society. Manjula Bharathy · Objects. Manjula Bharathy Jul. Ms. 3. Jayasankar and Prof. (co-authors) Ms. K. K. (co-authors) Seminars. 18–23. K.P. Manjula Bharathy Faculty-in-Charge : Publications Dr. Learning Democracy by Doing: Alternative Practices in Citizenship Learning and Participative Democracy. Jayasankar Date Jan. Jayasankar Dr. Subjects and Participants: Women and Gendered Governance in Kerala's Participatory Democracy.V.P. University of Toronto. Local Politics and Governance in Bihar Panchayat Election and Politics of Reservation Kathmandu International Council for Human Rights Policy Research Dr. Started a state chapter of the NPPD in Mumbai with NGOs. Ford Foundation and Ministry of Panchayati Raj. 2010 Aug. Canada: OISE. 29. Human Rights and the Media Convention of Political Actors in Maharashtra Critical Approaches to Image Making Gender and Local Governance in Bihar. 19–21. Shilpa Phadke. Anjali Monteiro and Prof. India: Penguin. Anjali Monteiro and Prof.P. To mobilise the grassroots movement for promoting decentralisation and to initiate state chapters. Anjali Monteiro. 27–28. Mumbai Dr. Conferences. Dr. 2010. 55(29). Niranjana Prof. K. Sponsor Objective Programme : : : The Hunger Project. Rajasthan. 2010 Jul. Mumbai NPPD and MRA Prof.P. Jayasankar and Prof. civil society organisations and elected representatives at state and local levels. Anjali Monteiro · Imaging Mumbai. Revisioning Mumbai. February 2011. Mr. 20.P. K. P. Shilpa Phadke · Why Loiter: Women and Risk on Mumbai's Streets. Jayasankar. 2010 TISS.: 2008 New Delhi. 2010. Prof. 2010. K. Manjula Bharathy Aug. 2010 South Asia Round Table on Conflict.
Managing Committee. Department of Sociology. Delhi Member. Manjula Bharathy · · Member. Editorial Board. Mumbai Member. Anjali Monteiro · · · · · · · · President. Government and Non-Government Organisations Prof. Editorial Advisory Board. Sydney Member. Editorial Board.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Executive Committee Membership and other Official Positions in Academic. National Screening Committee for 2010–2011 Fulbright-Nehru Visiting Lecturer Fellowships. Navnirmiti Trust. Governing Board. AVEHI. Jayasankar · · · · · Member. Mumbai Member. Ministry of Panchayati Raj. K. Editorial Board. School of Journalism. Selection Committee. Journal of Creative Communication. Board of Studies for Sociology and Anthropology. Sage Publications President's Nominee. Sydney Member. AVEHI. Comet Media Foundation. Partners for Urban Knowledge Action and Research. Central University of Haryana. Selection Committee. National Platform for Promoting Decentralisation. Creating Resources for Empowerment in Action. National Selection Committee for 2011–2012 Fulbright-Nehru Master's Fellowships for Leadership Development. Central Advisory Committee. Government of India. Mumbai Member. Journal of International and Intercultural Communication. Routledge Media. School of Communication and Journalism. Jharkhand President's Nominee. St Xavier's College (Autonomous). Shilpa Phadke · · · Associate. Advisory Committee. Mumbai Member. Mumbai Board Member. New Delhi Member. Managing Committee. USIEF. USA Prof.P. Mumbai 133 . Journal of International and Intercultural Communication. Editorial Advisory Board. Routledge Media. Culture and Social Change in Asia Series. Culture and Social Change in Asia Series. New Delhi Member. USIEF. Jharkhand Central University. Mass Communication and Media. USA Dr. New Delhi Ms. Mumbai Member. Mahendergarh Member.
10. Jayasankar 1001 Documentary Film Festival . Anjali Monteiro and Prof. Turkey Oct. Anjali Monteiro and Prof. 2010 Department of German. Jayasankar Filmi Chashma Presented a Paper Critical Analysis of Advertising Ms. Shilpa Phadke Rethinking Feminist Interventions in Urban Studies Workshop Presented a Paper Sensory Engagement with the City: Gender and Everyday Life in Mumbai and Managua Presented a Paper Reflecting on the Ideological in Planning and Design: Some Notes from Mumbai Presented a Film Do Din Ka Mela Ms. 26–28.P. 2010 Toronto. Shilpa Phadke Count Me In Prof. K. 27–28. 2010 Mumbai Nov. Jayasankar Rethinking Cultural Studies Mumbai 11 Small Prisons. Memories. 2010 Nov.P. 29– Nov. New Delhi Presented a Paper Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Rethinking Spatial Binaries: A View from the Gendered Margins Reflections on Praxis in Media and Cultural Studies Education Faculty Title of the Programme REPORT Ms.P. Jayasankar Lund. Mumbai Presented a Paper 2010 – Prof. 7–10. Workshops and Training Programmes Place Kathmandu. 22–25. University of Mumbai Presented a Film Saacha 134 Lund. Anjali Monteiro Rethinking Cultural Studies Mumbai Jan. K. Sweden Dec. 2010 Centre for East and South East Asian Studies. Toronto. 2010 New Delhi Istanbul. 2011 TISS. 25. 27–28. Nepal Apr. Seminars.ANNUAL Faculty Participation in/Contribution to Conferences. University of Lund Centre for East and South East Asian Studies. K. K. and Struggles in Asian Cities Presented 2 Films Saacha and Naata Prof. Shilpa Phadke Third International Conference on Women’s Safety: Building Inclusive Cities Prof. Canada New Delhi Nov. Risk and Sexuality in the Time of Globalisation Ms. 2011 TISS. 27–28.P. 6. Sweden Dec. University of Lund Comet Media Foundation Seascapes in Comparative Media Studies Mumbai Dec. Documentaries.P. K. Jayasankar Cities and the Visual: Ethnography. and Image-based Research Presented a Paper Imagining the City Prof. K. Mumbai Presented a Paper Prof.P. 16–18. 2011 CREA. Anjali Monteiro and Prof. Shilpa Phadke Rethinking Cultural Studies Mumbai Jan. Anjali Monteiro and Prof. Large Prisons—Documentary Filmmakers and their Subjects But I Can’t Carry a Condom! Young Women. Canada York University. 2010 Turkish Documentary Filmmakers Association Prof. Anjali Monteiro and Prof. 2011 Jan. Mumbai Presented a Paper TISS. 23. Jayasankar Urban Docs Asia: Identities.
20. Mumbai Presented a Paper Gendered Citizenship and Engendering Governance Presented a Paper Caste as Counter Public to Gender: Engendering Governance in Bihar Presented a Film Do Din ka Mela (screened in absentia) Presented a Film Do Din ka Mela 135 Zanzibar Jul. Anjali Monteiro and Prof. 2010 Equal Opportunity Cell. Manjula Bharathy Caste. K. 2010 Dr. 21–25. Jayasankar Future Past Symposium Presented a Paper 2010 In-Visible In-Camera: Notes on the Elusive Reflexive in Documentary and Ethnographic Film Presented a Film Do Din ka Mela – 11 Prof. 29. 4–6. 2010 Agaz Foundation Agaz Foundation Aug. 13–14. K. Local Politics and Governance in Bihar Prof. Jayasankar Goettingen International Ethnographic Film Festival . K. 2010 University of Goettingen Dr. 2010 Jul.Faculty New Delhi Oct. Italy Sep. UNIFEM and the NCW Presented a Paper Gendered Usage of Public Space: A Case Study of Mumbai Do Din Ka Mela Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Ms. Jayasankar Zanzibar International Film Festival Zanzibar International Film Festival Prof. Jayasankar Film Screening Series ANNUAL Dr. 9. K. Shilpa Phadke Conference on Gender based Violence Prof. 2010 Bangalore Film Society Germany University of Goettingen Germany May 12–16. Tezpur University TISS. Jayasankar Retrospective of CMCS Films Prof. Anjali Monteiro and Prof. 3. Mumbai Aug.V. Finland Sep. Jayasankar Tezpur Sardinia International Ethnographic Film Festival Do Din Ka Mela (screened in absentia) Product Creation and Commodity Proliferation: A Study in Context of Gender Construction by Popular Media Intersubjectivity to Consensus? Engendering Governance in Maharashtra Mr. Nagesh Workshop on Contemporary Gender Issues Dr.P. 2010 TISS. K. 10.P. Anjali Monteiro and Prof. in collaboration with Department of Sociology. Manjula Bharathy Convention of Political Actors in Maharashtra TISS. 3. K. 2010 May 15–18.P. 2010 Sep. Anjali Monteiro and Prof. Mumbai Presented a Paper Presented a Paper Istituto Superiore Etnografico della Sardegna Presented a Film Viscult Festival of Documentary and Ethnographic Film Joensuu. 2010 North Karelian Film Association Presented a Film Prof.P. Anjali Monteiro and Prof. Anjali Monteiro and Prof. Manjula Bharathy Gender and Local Governance in Bihar. Manjula Bharathy Panchayat Election and Politics of Reservation Presented a Paper Politics of Reservation and Gender Politics in PRIs Special Invitee 10 films screened REPORT Prof. Rajasthan and Karnataka Patna Jul. K.P. 12–18. K. 2010 Delhi Habitat Centre Bangalore Jul. 29– Oct. 2010 Agaz Foundation Bangalore Jun. 2010 CEQUIN. Anjali Monteiro and Prof. Jayasankar Sardinia. 17–18.P.P.
Tanmoy Chatterjee Dr. Samrat Sinha Mr. Shibu Mani Dr. Bhattacharya Dr. Mahesh Kamble Prof. Ashish Kumar Singh Dr. Vanmala Hiranandani Annual Report 2010–2011 137 . Mohmmad Irshad Dr. Chitralekha Dr. Janki Andharia Dr. Jacquleen Joseph Dr.JAMSETJI TATA CENTRE FOR DISASTER MANAGEMENT Chairperson: Mr. Parama B. Guru Balamurugan Ms.
a technology that could be very useful during disasters and participation in conference on Health and Humanitarian Logistics. staging of a symbolic protest in solidarity with the survivors through a ‘die in strike’. M. and a Certificate programme in Development. organised a series of events. and application of GIS-based tools. media. and LifeNet. In this academic year. They also did a 4-week internship in various agencies. Mumbai. 2011. TISS. Conferences. the students of JTCDM visited the fire-affected Mandale slums to explore the impact of disaster on a community. All the senior students underwent a 6-week internship to various agencies in the area of disaster management. January 13. 15 students were actively engaged in the research process and 13 did term papers.Sc. Habitat Policy and Diploma in Gerontology./M. public lectures. was organised on the theme of ‘Humanitarian Logistics: Scope and Challenges’ in December 2010. There are five students registered for their PhD with faculty members of the Centre. The Centre has signed an MoU with Georgia Institute of Technology (GeorgiaTech). Anil Sinha. conflict and public health mapping in Manipur. Bihar State Disaster Management Authority. on February 4. the International Roundtable Conference. law and public policy. the programme had more than a 100 guests and was an excellent opportunity to build the Centre’s teaching capacities and research agenda on logistics and humanitarian aid.Laddakh. which included the screening of ‘No More Bhopal’. 2011. Workshops and Training Programmes Papers Presented 11 11 4 9 6 35 10 . All the courses and the concentrations offered by the Centre focus on building inter-linkages between disaster management and public health. • On December 23. Lynn Fritz of the Fritz Institute. As part of their learning process. etc. the theoretical and empirical level to develop an understanding of hazards. Vulnerability and Disaster Response. along with various urban visits. California. It involved field testing of Life Net. the students of JTCDM. The students are engaged at both.A. • Film screening and discussion on ‘Communal Harmony’ by Dr. the JTCDM also organised 2 training programmes on issues of relevance for Disaster Management. In addition to this programme. sustainable livelihood generation in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. and a public lecture. psychosocial care and support to victims of Mumbai terror attacks. Inaugurated by Mr. Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Participation in/Contribution to Seminars. vulnerabilities and risks along with community-based strategies in all phases of Disaster Management. Mumbai. Students were also supported to attend conferences on ‘Medical Response to Mass Casualty Management’ in New Delhi and ‘Post Earthquake Reconstruction: Lessons Learnt and Way Forward’. The Centre was also involved in the launch of 138 the SPHERE Handbook 2011: Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Humanitarian Response. at JTCDM. 2010. post Aila damage assessment. The GIS laboratory has proved to be an asset for the Centre helping in teaching. World Congress on Disaster Emergency Medicine. The Centre organised the following film screenings. The flagship event of the Centre. the 26th anniversary of the Bhopal Gas Tragedy. a photo exhibition. as well as two conferences and two workshops. memorial lectures and other events on varied themes: • ‘Strengthening Disaster Governance in Bihar: Lessons from Kosi Floods’ by Dr. TISS. governance. USA (two second year students of the Masters Programme spent six weeks on an internship there as well).ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 JAMSETJI TATA CENTRE FOR DISASTER MANAGEMENT The Jamsetji Tata Centre for Disaster Management (JCTDM) offers a Master’s degree programme in Disaster Management It also offers a Diploma programme in Disaster Preparedness and the Response. The faculty and research officers were also involved in post-disaster assessment of Fire in Gharib Nagar slum at Bandra. The faculty and research officers were also involved in post disaster assessment of Fire in Gharib Nagar slum at Bandra. Conferences. research and field action projects. conflict. while the junior students went for their rural exposure visit with Sarvahara Jan Andolan. in Raigad. at JTCDM. Maharashtra. The JTCDM faculty continued to teach courses to students of MA Social work. in Ahmedabad. The Centre is actively engaged in various field action projects including food security in Maharashtra. The students of JTCDM come from a wide range of academic and professional backgrounds and include both fresh graduates and experienced professionals. Ram Puniyani. Students are facilitated to write and present papers in international academic forums like the Prehospital and Disaster Medicine Journal. humanitarian logistics. QUICK FACTS Faculty Members Research Projects and Other Projects Field Action Projects Publications Seminars. The Institute facilitated an additional internship of two students to get involved in damage assessment after the cloudburst and flash floods at Leh. Atlanta. Vice Chairman.
Dr. Sponsor Objective Programme Project Staff : : : : Georgia Institute of Technology.: 2011 Ratnagiri. 2009 Report writing Prof. estd. People's Report: Social Impact Assessmentn of Jaitapur Madkan Nuclear Power Park Hospital Preparedness for Disaster Response in Mumbai Sukhi Baliraja Initiative: Vidharbha Baseline Survey of Psychosocial Well Being* Public Distribution System in Marathwada TISS-ANI: Sustainable Livelihood Project* Aug. Jacquleen Joseph Self-initiated Global Fund to Fight AIDS. 2009 Ongoing Ongoing Mr. 2010 Feb. 139 . Janki Andharia and Dr. Mohammed Irshad Self Oct. TISS JTCDM. 2010 Perception Matter. 2009 Completed Dr. TISS JTCDM. Mahesh Kamble Field Action Projects Life Net Project. 2010 Present Position In-Charge Dynamics of Institutionalising ‘Bare Minimum’ in Disaster Rehabilitation: The Case of Two Villages in Kerala Knowledge. Samrat Sinha. USA. 2009 Jun. Objectives Programmes : : · Supporting office of the advisor appointed by Supreme Court Commissioner on food security. Janki Andharia Aug. TISS Oct. estd. 2010 Data analysis and report writing Report writing Completed Dr. 2010 Ongoing Dr. Mahesh Kamble JTCDM. Jacquleen Joseph Food Security Project The Sustainable Indigenous Futures Fund (SIF) Jul.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Research Projects and Other Projects Title of the Project Sponsor Date of Sanction/Commencement Nov. Visit to villages and assessing challenges of last mile connectivity. S. Guru Balamurugan and Dr. Field testing of a software relevant for communication during disasters in remote areas. Mohammed Irshad Dr. Mumbai. Guru Balamurugan Spatial Patterns of Violence: A Case Study of Protracted Conflict in Manipur Post-Aila Response: Towards an Intervention. 2010 Completed Completed Dr. Janki Andharia Mr. Students and Faculty of Georgia Tech and JTCDM. Prof. Mani Faculty-in-Charge : Food Security. TISS Report finalisation Dr. Mahesh Kamble Dr. Tuberculosis and Malaria. · Monitoring implementation of the food security schemes in Maharashtra. 2010 JTCDM and Centre for Enquiry into Health and Allied Themes Sir Ratan Tata Trust Aug. Jacquleen Joseph and Mr. TISS Apr.: 2009 TISS. Attitude and Practices: A Study of BARC Health Personnel during Swine Flu Epidemic Wise Use v/s Economic Use Mode of Natural Resources GIS Mapping of ICT Centres JTCDM. Shibu K. · Updating and analysing budgetary data on food security schemes. Jacquleen Joseph Prof. S. 2010 Sep.
Tanjavur: Tamil University. · Follow up with Advisor’s district representatives. Amruta Paradkar. Kanchan Kajojia and Mr. Neelakandan (Ed. Risk Returns. Samrat Sinha · Socio-Economic Impact Assessment of Landslide Affected Region in Gopibung. · Functioning as a link to connect food rights activists and government officers and thus facilitate dialogue on implementation of schemes. · Village notice boards initiated. Janki Andharia · · · Fieldwork Education in Community Organization: Privileging the Process of Political Engagement. Mr. Mr. Richard Kemei. Ruchi Gupta.: 2009 Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Establish a network of Island Knowledge Centres (IKCs) across the Nicobar archipelago that will act as a resource and capacity building centre by providing a variety of services towards building sustainable livelihoods. Tanmoy Chatterjee. Mr. Sustainable Livelihoods: Tribals in Island Eco-system. Project Staff : Mr. 2011. Ms.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 · Research and publication on food security schemes in Maharashtra.). Ms. advisors from different states and commissioners’ office. Opportunists and Drifters’: Revisiting the Naxalite Narrative in Jharkhand and Bihar. Mr. estd. Nicklin (Ed. Manipur Using Geoinformatics.). Rajendran and Ms. Management Thoughts about Natural Disasters in Ancient Tamil Classical Literature. · To help reach resources to those not helped by the Government and civil society groups or whose needs were partially met. In S. Community Development Journal. Project Staff : Ms. Austria. US: Sage Publications. Leicester: United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR). Programmes : · Set up the Psychosocial Care and Counselling Centre.). Contributions to Indian Sociology. · Follow-up of those who have migrated to parent states. Mr.: 2009 Mumbai. Women: Leadership and Learning. estd. 2010. Tudor Rose. Mr. Sponsor Objective Programmes : : : The Sustainable Indigenous Futures (SIF) Fund. 2011. Guru Balamurugan and Dr. Mahesh Kamble Faculty-in-Charge : Improving Sustainable Livelihood of Tsunami Affected People of Nicobar Islands through Community-Based Cooperative Unit and Island Knowledge Centres. · Consultations/seminars/meetings on effective implementation of the schemes. · Baseline survey completed. livelihood and psycho-social). · Team for the project appointed at Andaman and Nicobar Islands. (co-author) Dr. · Psychosocial support to affected and their families. Sponsor Objectives : : Taj Public Welfare Trust · To reach out to the most marginalised survivors and facilitate the recovery process. Jacquleen Joseph Faculty-in-Charge* : Publications Prof. 140 . · Training for field staff and IKC assistants completed. · Rehabilitation plan for the affected members (medical. Devaki. 44(3). Dr. Dr. 2011. The Handbook of Community Practice. Calista. 299–329. Chitralekha · ‘Committed. · Appointment of all staff for IKCs completed. Mamoni. 46(1) 96–116. In R. Mathew. Weil (Ed. 2011. Rahul Gauli. Ms. In M. Mahesh Kamble Faculty-in-Charge* : 26/11 Terror Attack Families Rehabilitation. · Training for livelihoods. Mr John Kabi. Project Staff : Ms. Ulhas S.
United Kingdom Member. Pondicherry Member. Naidu’s Fasting and Business of Politics. Planning Commission. New Delhi Trustee. Mumbai JTCDM. 2010 JTCDM. Advisory Panel. Selection Committee.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Dr. Delhi Member. Delhi Member. Mumbai TISS. Academic and Administrative Audit Committee. Expert Committee on Introduction of Disaster Management in the Higher Educational/Institutions. Board of Tata Chemicals Rural Development Society. Governing Board. Mumbai TISS Dr. Seminars. Guru Balamurugan Dr. Delhi University. Mumbai JTCDM. TISS.org/archives/2011/naidus_fasting _and_business_of. Technical Committee. Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam. GoI. Pondicherry University. Critical Social Work. Editorial Board. Vanmala Hiranandani · · Book Review: Corruption and Development: The Anti-Corruption Campaigns (edited by S. Mohammed Irshad · · Public-Private Partnership as Privatization in Drinking Water Sector: A Case Study. Board of Asian University Network for Environment and Disaster Management. 2010 Training on GIS Applications in Public Health Workshop on Remote Sensing Applications in Disaster Management Using ERDAS 2010 Software Workshop on EIA Training Programme on Community-Based Disaster Preparedness Place TISS. Community Development Journal. Technology and Sustainable Development. 27– Oct. TISS. Tokyo and Bangkok Academic Reviewer/Referee. Government and Non-Government Organisations Prof. 10(4). Committee on Vulnerable Groups. TISS Prof. Japan Member. Kalimpong 141 . 1. 2011. Centre for Disability Studies. Working Group on Disaster Management for the 12th Five-Year Plan (20112–2017). 21–25.html. Conferences. Tirupati Advisor. Executive Council. Oxford UK & Partnering Institutions. Committee on Community-Based Disaster Risk Reduction. http://www. 9–10. TISS JTCDM. 2010 Name of the Programme National Conference on Geoinformatics in Disaster Management Humanitarian Logistics: Scope and Challenges—Third International Roundtable Conference. Academy of Gandhian Studies. New Delhi Member. TISS Ms. TISS Executive Committee Membership and other Official Positions in Academic. TISS JTCDM. Advisory Committee. Kerala Dr. Janki Andharia and Dr. Guru Balamurugan · Remote Sensing and GIS Expert. Tirupati Member. Progress in Development Studies. Amirta Institute of Social Sciences. Bhattacharya Prof. Janki Andharia · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Member. Save the Hills. Pondicherry University. 12(1). Conservation Action Trust. New Delhi Member. Landslide Analysis. Mumbai JTCDM. 91–104. Department of Social Work. Mumbai Sponsor JTCDM. 2010 Jun. Pondicherry University. Mumbai Dr. New Delhi Member. S. International Journal of Trade in Service. 2(1). P. 2011 Dec. Pondicherry Member. 18–19. Selection Committee. Pondicherry Member. Guru Balamurugan Date Apr.thesouthasian. Young Lives Project. Aurangabad Patron Member. National Disaster Management Authority. Canadian Identity: Implications for International Social Work. Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Faculty-in-Charge Dr. Janki Andharia Aug. International Conference on Society. Mithapur Member. Asian Journal of Disaster Management and Environment. Oxford. National Disaster Management Authority. 24. 2010. Janarth. Board of Studies. Bracking). 365–367. Dr. University Grants Commission. 2010 TISS. Jacquleen Joseph · Referee. 2011. 2010 Aug. Tata Chemicals. Mani TISS. Shibu K. 13–14. Guru Balamurugan Sep.
Kerala · Need Assessment of Disaster Management Knowledge Base Induction in the Education Sector of Kerala State · A Preliminary Assessment on the Potential Risk of Malnutrition in a Selected Tribal Community of Periyar Tiger Reserve. Shibu K. Kerala Invited Plenary Talk Privatisation and Economic Globalisation in India: A Disability Rights Perspective Presented 2 Posters · Mobilising Disaster Communication with LifeNet · Health and Humanitarian Logistics: What Beyond ‘Relief’? Dr. Ambedkar Centre for Social Justice. University of Delhi Georgia Tech Health and Humanitarian Logistics Centre Atlanta. 2011 Keynote Address – Network Resilience Conference on an Interdisciplinary Approach to Understand the Recovery from Shocks of Social. 2011 School of Environmental Sciences. 3–5. Janki Andharia Wests Lafayette. Mahesh Kamble Seminar on Dalits. Mahatma Gandhi University Project Concern International (PCI) and USAID Mar. Shibu K. 2011 Mar. 12–14. 3–4. Economic Development and State Implementation of Scheduled Caste Sub Plan in Maharashtra - Dr. 2011 Gujarat State Disasster Management Authority Presented a Paper Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Towards Sustainable Livelihoods in Post-Disaster Situations: Tribal Island Ecosystems Faculty Title of the Programme REPORT Prof.ANNUAL Faculty Participation in/Contribution to Conferences. Mani Health and Humanitarian Logistics 2011 . Risk and Vulnerability Conference 2011 · Presented a Paper · Presented two Abstracts · An Investigation of Road Accident Prone Curves of National Highway 220 in Kottayam District. University of Mumbai Panellist Participant Purdue University Discovery Park. Transportation. Indiana. 15–16. 2011 Mar. Seminars. USA Apr. Vanmala Hiranandani National Disability Conference Dr. 18. Ashish Kumar Singh National Conference on the Cross-Sectoral Strategies for Disaster Risk Reduction Kottayam 142 Delhi Mar. 2011 Dr. Janki Andharia International Conference on Post-Earthquake Reconstruction: Lessons Learnt and Way Forward 2010 Prof. Global Policy Research Institute and Purdue Climate Change Research Center Critical Reflections on Social Network Analysis and Resilience: An Experiential View from Social Sciences 11 Mr. USA Dr. Energy and Distribution Networks Mumbai New Delhi Mar. Mani Disaster. 7. 2011 Equal Opportunities Cell. Purdue Homeland Security Institute. Workshops and Training Programmes Place Ahmedabad Apr. 21.
Emergency Support Functions an · Emergency Operation Groups with Special Reference to NGOs and CBOs · Community Managed Disaster Risk Reduction ANNUAL Dr. 10–11. Ashish Kumar Singh Western Region Social Service Forum: Emergency Response Support Team Workshop. 16. Laws and Policy in India Use of Smart Cards in Public Distribution System Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Dr. 16–18. Shibu K. Mahesh Kamble Mumbai Feb. Mumbai 143 New Delhi Tanjavur Feb. Mani International Workshop on Advances in Disinfection Technologies 2010 Dr. Jawaharlal Nehru University · Disaster ManagementConcept and Philosophy · Principals of Disaster Management · Incident Response Systems. 2011 Service Employees International Union Panellist Dr.Faculty Tuljapur Feb. 2011 Feb. 4–5. Samrat Sinha 13th Asian Security Conference Socio-Economic Impact Assessment of Landslide Affected Region in Gopibung. 2011 National Environmental Engineering Research Institute Feb. 23–24. Guru Balamurugan and Dr. Ashish Kumar Singh Capacity Building of District Facilitators through Training and Knowledge Networking Mr. Chitralekha Challenges to Teaching Sociology in 21st Century India – 11 Classrooms for Counterpublics: Can Teaching Sociology Combat Extremist Propaganda and Violence? . Manipur using Geoinformatics Solar Disinfection of Drinking Water in India: Possibilities and Challenges Dr. 9. 2011 UNICEF and TISS Trainer · Disaster Management: Concept and Philosophy · HRVC and Disaster Management Action Plans · Global DRR Scenario with Special Reference to India and Climate Change · Development Planning for Sustainable Development · Disaster Management Systems. Samrat Sinha National Seminar on Management Thoughts about Natural Disasters in Ancient Tamil Classical Literature REPORT Dr. 2011 CRS and Caritas Trainer Food Security Bill New Delhi Feb. 21. 2011 Presented a Paper New Delhi Presented a Paper Centre for the Study of Social Systems. 2011 Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis Tamil University Participant Presented a Paper Nagpur Feb.
17–18. 30.Faculty Mumbai Feb. Ministry of Science and Technology. 20–21. Mumbai JTCDM. Landslides and Flash Floods in the Leh-Ladakh Region Changing Paradigms of Disaster Management Statehood and Labour Rights in NREGS: A Critical Assessment - Mr. 3–5. Mohammed Irshad and International Roundtable Dr. Janki Andharia 11 Eastern Region Consultation on Owner Driven Recovery and Reconstruction Mumbai Jan. Mohammed Irshad Rural Labourers in Neo-liberal India Dr. Mani Conference on Humanitarian Logistics: Scope and Challenges Disaster Financing. TISS Resource Person TISS. India TISS. West Bengal Jan. Jacquleen Joseph International Roundtable Conference on Humanitarian Logistics: Scope and Challenges Dr. Logistics and ‘Development' . Shibu K. 2010 Dec. Chitralekha International Roundtable Conference on Humanitarian Logistics: Scope and Challenges Poster Presentation Dr. in partnership with UNDP. 13–14. S. Mumbai Dec. 13–14. S. 13–14. 18–20. 2011 REPORT Mr. Mumbai JTCDM. 2010 Dec. SPIESR and IIASA Participant Trainer Research Methodology Participant - Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session ANNUAL Dr. 2011 Chaired a Session Jan. Mahesh Kamble Capacity Building Programme for Fellows of PUKAR Dr. Mumbai Trainer – Prof. Ashish Kumar Singh 2010 International Workshop on Mainstreaming DRR into Development Strategies Chalsa. 2011 Dr. 2010 National Cadet Corps University of Mumbai and National College of Civil Defence Xavier Institute of Management JTCDM. TISS Resource Person Bhubaneswar TISS. Shibu K. Ashish Kumar Singh Training and Capacity Building of Executive Councillors of LAHDC 144 Mumbai Dec. 2011 The Owner-Driven Reconstruction Collaborative. Mahesh Kamble Udaan Dr. Mani Development of Technology Commercialisation and Transfer Specialists Bandra Ahmedabad Jan. Government of India PUKAR TIFAC. 2010 Presented a Paper Participant TISS. 4–8. TISS Presented a Paper · Disaster Management: Concept and Philosophy · Development Planning for Disaster Risk Reduction · Community Managed Disaster Risk Reduction for Earthquakes. 2010 Dec. 2011 Consultancy Development Centre. 30.
Mahesh Kamble Conference on Implementation of Food Security Schemes in Maharashtra Mumbai Sep. 30. Mumbai Dec. Ashish Kumar Singh National Workshop on Disaster Risk Reduction through Schools Dr. Bangalore. Mani Medical Response to Mass Casualty Management and Meta Leadership Summit and Indo-US Emergency Medicine Summit Mumbai Sep. 2010 Thailand Aug. Mumbai Panellist Participant ActionAid. in association with Department of Social Work. 8. Guru Balamurugan International Roundtable Conference on Humanitarian Logistics: Scope and Challenges New Delhi TISS. Mahesh Kamble 11 Training Programme for NSS Volunteers . 2010 NSS Unit. 2010 Nov. Ashish Kumar Singh National Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction Focus Humanitarian Assistance in Partnership with DIPECHO Southeast Asia START Regional Centre. USA Lokshahi Janhakka Andolan and CASA CEHAT. Chulalongkorn University and Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research ANNUAL Prof. 29–30. USA. 2010 Mumbai Aug. 24. TISS Chaired a Session - Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Dr. 22–28. Mumbai Guwahati Vadodara Dr. Janki Andharia International Workshop on Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment and Urban Development Planning for Asian Coastal Cities Presented a Paper Towards Developing a Resilience Index for Slum Communities in Mumbai City REPORT Prof. Bangalore University National Seminar on Social Work Practice towards Ethical Social Responsibility in the Era of Global Diversity and Equity: A Challenge or Opportunity Social Work Practice: Working Amidst Cultural. 2010 Oct. GVM and DIPECHO Presented a Paper Apanalaya Trainer SPHERE India Participant Communication Skills in Community Work Mainstreaming DRR: Issues and Challenges JTCDM. All India Institute of Medical Sciences. Mani Logistics and Supply Chain Management in Emergencies Mr. 8–12.Faculty TISS. 6–10. Guru Balamurugan Seminar on Spatial Dimensions on Health Care: Use of GIS in Health Studies Dr. 2010 Bangalore Aug. World Association of Disaster and Emergency Medicine. 2010 Oct. 5. 2010 Oct. Shibu K. Wilson College Dr. Shibu K. 28. 2010 Mr. 2010 Implementation of Food Security Schemes in Maharashtra Presented a Paper Application of GIS in Post Flood Epidemics: A Case Study of Mumbai Floods Participant - 145 Ahmedabad Sep. Mahesh Kamble Training of Trainers Dr. 12–13. Janki Andharia Keynote Address Karnataka Association of Professional Social Workers. 13–14. 2010 Harvard University. Regional and Ideological Diversity with an Inclusive Approach Resource Person Careers in Social Sector 2010 – Mr.
Janki Andharia Planning Workshop on Climate Change Adaptation Dr. 2010 JTCDM. Mumbai Jun. Mahesh Kamble Volunteerism in Disaster Management National Disaster Management Act: Participatory Rapid Appraisal for Community Based Disaster Management - 2010 Dr. 3. 23. Enabling Policy Regime and Well Define State Entitlements to Ensure Inclusion Mussoorie May 31– Jun. 24. Guru Balamurugan Training on Incident and Emergency Management 146 Landslide Studies Using Remote Sensing and GIS Application .Faculty Chennai Mumbai TISS. 2010 Participant – 11 National Dalit Watch (NDW) of the National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights (NCDHR) and SPHERE India Dr. TISS Resource Person Jun. Ashish Kumar Singh Community Based Disaster Preparedness Training Workshop REPORT Mr. 3–5. Ashish Kumar Singh New Delhi National Consultation on Exclusion of Dalits from Disaster Response and Risk Reduction Interventions: Advocacy for Effective Civil Society Monitoring. 2010 Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration Presented a Paper Jun. 2010 JTCDM. TISS Trainer Aug. 2010 German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) Discussant Addressing Climate Change Issues in Development Work HRVC Analysis and Disaster Management Action Plan Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session ANNUAL Prof. 18–19.
Puttaraj Choukimath Annual Report 2010–2011 147 . Mallikarjun Angadi Mr. Saman Afroz Ms. Pallavi Kumari Mr. Bhaise CENTRE FOR RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Chairperson: Prof. K. Ravindran Garware Chair Professor: Prof. Saigita Chitturu SIR DORABJI TATA MEMORIAL LIBRARY Dr. Sandip R. Singh Prof. Satish Kanamadi Dr. D. Mahtani Dr. Saxena NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME – TORC Ms. Vasi (on leave) Ms. N. P.C. Nasreen Rustomfram Ms.P. Sabiha S. Rajshree P. Muttayya Koganuramath Dr.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 CENTRE FOR LIFELONG LEARNING Chairperson: Prof. Anil Sutar Dr. Jayaram Dr.
3 students (including two medical doctors) audited courses in the Diploma in Gerontology programme. In addition. The Centre continued to collaborate with the School of Social Work in running the field action project. Conferences. · Survey of 5 ALMs and 5 DVs in M-Ward. Workshops and Training Programmes Papers Presented 4 1 12 20 2 Field Action Project Humanity United M-Ward (HUM). This programme has been appreciated for its innovative and unique courses like ‘Ageing and Media’ and ‘Creative Arts and Work with Older Adults’ which open the mind of the student to non-conventional perspectives to approach issues of the elderly. Maharashtra/Mumbai. QUICK FACTS Faculty Members Field Action Project Seminars. Prof. Conferences. 2010. · Formation of network entitled Urja. estd. Sponsor Objectives Programmes : : : Bombay Public Community Trust and TISS. to protest against the delay in implementing public policies and measures ensuring the rights of the elderly for health. · To create awareness about Human Rights in M-Ward. Maharashtra has not formulated rules and regulations. · Dissemination of Report. the CLL organised a Press Conference and participated in the Elders Protest Day on August 16.: 2002 TISS. · To support action related to Human Rights in M-Ward. Nasreen Rustomfram Faculty-in-Charge* : 148 . the CLL is carrying out preliminary work towards setting up a study on the quality of life of elderly residing in Old Age Homes in Mumbai and Pune. To highlight this apathy and neglect. Humanity United in M. Eight students enrolled for the former programme and 14 in the latter. where it was successful in drawing up three proposals with budgets to be implemented. The CLL joined hands with the Joint Action Committee. or allotting the requisite budget for ensuring the rights of the elderly. The CLL focussed on networking with non-governmental organisations and citizen's groups working on the issue of solid waste management and on the possibility of using non-conventional energy in public spaces in the M-Ward of Mumbai city. which have not been implemented even after being enacted by the Government of India.ward (HUM). Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Participation in/Contribution to Seminars. Along with many other states. Mumbai. Currently.ANNUAL REPORT 2019 – 11 CENTRE FOR LIFELONG LEARNING The Centre for Lifelong Learning focused on its two Diploma programmes in Gerontology and in Counselling during the year 2010–2011. maintenance and pension provisions. Deepa Chetty. Project Staff : Ms. Mumbai. which received good coverage. · Establishing a network of NGOs and citizen’s groups on alternative energy in M-Ward. · Three surveys on use of solar energy in slum communities.
1. Bhaise and Ms. Ahmedabad 149 . 1–5. Sandip R. 2010 Oct. Sandip R. 12–13. 2010 Name of the Programme Anubhav: Interpersonal Skills Training for Helping Professionals Management Skills Enhancement for Capacity Building for Women Managers in Higher Education Workshop on Case Study Interpersonal Skills Workshop Place TISS. Bhaise Prof. Pallavi Kumari Prof. Mumbai Member. 11 and Dec. Executive Board. Nasreen Rustomfram · · · · · · · · · Member. Sexual Harassment Committee. Pallavi Kumari Prof. Indian Council for Mental Health. TISS Wilson College Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan Sep. Core Group Resource Person & Key Trainer. CHETANA. Sandip R. NPCIL. Mr. Sandip R. Mumbai Reserve Bank of India TISS. Nasreen Rustomfram. 2011 Feb. 2010 Aug. Mumbai Trustee. Mumbai Wilson College. Mumbai Centre for Lifelong Learning (CLL). Bhaise Prof. Mumbai PUKAR School of Health Systems Studies. 2011 Nov.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Seminars. Mr. Nasreen Rustomfram Date Feb. 2010 TISS. 4 and Feb. Government and Non-Government Organisations Prof. Mr. 2010 May 25. Nasreen Rustomfram Jun. Bhaise and Ms. External. 17–18. 18. Mumbai CLL. National Consultative Committee for Capacity Building for Women Managers in Higher Education. 2010 TISS. 13. Conferences. TISS CLL. Executive Committee. Nasreen Rustomfram. 16–17. Mumbai TISS. Bhaise and Ms. Foundation for Research in Community Health. 2010 Aug. Pallavi Kumari Prof. Executive Committee. Sandip R. Mumbai University Grants Commission (UGC) Prof. Mumbai Trustee. Bhaise and Ms. Pallavi Kumari Prof. Tata Power. New Delhi Board Member. Sandip R. 22 and Sep. 23– May 4. PATH. 21–25. 2010 Leading with TCI—TCI in my Globe One-day Workshop on Mentoring for College Teachers Capacity Building Workshop for Zonal Directors and Deputy Directors of Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan Authors Workshop for Developing Management Skills Enhancement Modules for the Capacity Building Programme for Women Managers in Higher Education National Workshop for Peer Counsellors on Prevention of Sexual Harassment of Women at the Workplace Workshop for Curriculum Building for Certificate in Micro Finance Development and Management TISS. 2–4. Jul. Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Faculty-in-Charge Mr. Gujarat Vidyapith. Mumbai Sponsor TISS TISS Mr. Nasreen Rustomfram. Mumbai External Member. Nasreen Rustomfram Mumbai TISS. TISS TISS Motivational Workshops TISS. Apnalaya. Mumbai Jul. Bhaise and Ms. Sandip R. Mumbai Celebration of Elders Day TISS. Board of Studies of Social Work. Mumbai Founder Trustee. Mr. 28–30 and Jul. Sandip R. 5–7. 14. Executive Board. Mr. Governing Council. Ahmedabad External Expert. Pallavi Kumari Prof. Pallavi Kumari Prof. University Grants Commission. 2011 Jan. Nasreen Rustomfram. Sexual Harassment Committee. Nasreen Rustomfram. Bhaise and Ms. Mumbai Member. Mumbai TISS. TISS Executive Committee Membership and other Official Positions in Academic. Nasreen Rustomfram Mr. 2010 Nov.
ANNUAL Faculty Participation in/Contribution to Conferences. Mumbai Dec. Nasreen Rustomfram Capacity Building Programme for District Facilitators TISS. 2–4. 2011 UGC Mumbai Jan. 2011 Resource Person and Trainer 150 Guwahati Jan. 2010 UGC TISS. Sandip R. 28. 18–19. Nasreen Rustomfram Ladakh Councillor Training Programme Resource Person Team Building and Conflict Resolution Committee Member - Prof. 21. Conflict Resolution and Team Work in Peace Committees The Power of Volunteering Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Faculty Title of the Programme REPORT Prof. 7–11. Mumbai Delhi Dec. 2011 TISS. Sandip R. 2011 UGC Feb. Pallavi Kumari Capacity Building Programme for District Facilitators Jammu – 11 Prof. Nasreen Rustomfram Sensitivity. 2011 Mar. and Mar. Nasreen Rustomfram Capacity Building of Community Workers in Jammu & Kashmir Prof. 2010 CLL. Bhaise TISS. Nasreen Rustomfram. Pallavi Kumari Eden Alternative Training for Seniors Participants - . 24. TISS · Community Building · Communication Skill · Team Building Monitoring the Training - Prof. 25–26. 9–10. Mumbai Apr. 23. 15–16. 2011 Make-A-Wish Foundation Resource Person Ms. 2011 Apr. Negotiation. TISS Mumbai Feb. Workshops and Training Programmes Place TISS. Nasreen Rustomfram and Mr. Mr. New Delhi Resource Person UNICEF Resource Person and Trainer UNICEF Facilitator UNICEF Facilitator Leadership Skills Decision-Making Assertive Communication Negotiation Skills · Presentation Skill · Group Dynamics Communication. 21–24. 2011 Apr. 5. Seminars. 8–9 and 15–16. Nasreen Rustomfram Management Skills Enhancement Module for Capacity Building for Women Managers in Higher Education Resource Person - Prof. Tuljapur 2019 Ms. 2011 Centre for Dialogue and Reconciliation. Nasreen Rustomfram Training for Volunteers of Make-A-Wish Foundation TISS. Awareness and Motivation Workshop for Capacity Building for Women Managers in Higher Education Prof. Nasreen Rustomfram National Consultative Committee Meeting for Capacity Building for Women Managers in Higher Education Prof. Bhaise and Ms. Pallavi Kumari Anubhav: Interpersonal Skills Training for Helping Professionals Guwahati Jan. Mumbai Capacity Building Programme for District Facilitators Prof. Mumbai CLL.
18. Nasreen Rustomfram Education Today. 2–3. Sandip Ravindra Bhaise National Workshop on Curriculum Building of Lifelong Learning Tinsukia Cognitive Enrichment and Lifelong Learning - Prof. 27. Sandip Ravindra Bhaise Cortona India: International Conference on Science and Spirituality Mumbai Mr. Switzerland Participant - Mr. Mumbai Mumbai Panchgani May 12–14. Nasreen Rustomfram Sensitivity. 2010 RBI Initiatives of Change (IOC) Aug. 16. 23–30. Nasreen Rustomfram Management Skills Enhancement Modules for Capacity Building of Women Managers in Higher Education Hyderabad Nov. 2010 BCPT Wilson College Aug. 2010 Tata Memorial Hospital Facilitator Trainer Mr. Sandip Ravindra Bhaise National Workshop on Leadership in Nursing Challenges of Leadership in Nursing Mentoring Resource Person Resource Person · Presented a Paper · Chaired Session Parents in School Meetings Augmenting Human Resources to work with Senior Citizens Self-Esteem during Middle Childhood ANNUAL Ms. 2010 UGC Monitoring the Training SNDT Women’s University Presented a Paper Eth Zurich University. 2010 Jul. 2010 Nov. Nasreen Rustomfram Training Programme for Counsellors Prof. 8–12. 2010 Aug. 2–7. 2010 UGC Resource Person - Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Prof. Pallavi Kumari Mentoring in Colleges 151 Prof. 18–20. 2010 Nov. Society Tomorrow REPORT 2010 – 11 .Faculty Chennai Dec. Nasreen Rustomfram Capacity Building Programme for Working with Senior Citizens Prof. Awareness and Motivation Workshop for Capacity Building of Women Mancagers in Higher Education Mumbai Mumbai TISS.
QUICK FACTS Faculty Members Garware Chair Professor Research Projects Publications Seminars.C. employment and status of minority communities. The Centre faculty also teach Research Methodology courses at the Master’s level in the other programmes of the Institute In 2010–2011. Rajshri Mahtani 152 . external observer and paper presenters at national and international level workshops/seminars/conferences promoting the practice of research. Jayaram Socio-Economic. Higher School of Economics. Conferences. Maharashtra TISS-LSE Collaboration Project. Boston Massachusetts and World Bank.P. discussants.C. Workshops and Training Programmes Papers Presented 5 1 7 15 2 29 16 Research Projects and Other Projects Title of the Project Sponsor Date of Sanction/Commencement Nov. Sports Facilities. Student Enrolments and Staff Profile World-Class Universities Feb. Infrastructure. TISS Apr. advocacy and capacity-building. 20109 Ongoing Completed Dr. Moscow. USA Minority Commission. Bangalore City and Industrial Development Corporation Apr. Rajshri Mahtani Prof. 2009 Analysis and Report writing Ongoing Prof.D. research projects. Jayaram Content Analysis of Cases of Runaway Children Higher and Professional Education in Navi Mumbai: Educational Streams. Boston College. Saxena Laboratory for Institutional Analysis at State University. Educational and Health Profile of Muslim in Maharashtra A Study of the Relationship between UK-based Civil Society Organizations with CSOs in the Global South: Issues and Challenges Mar. Conferences. civil society organisations. 2008 Dr.–Ph. education. Singh Jul.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 CENTRE FOR RESEARCH METHODOLOGY The Centre for Research Methodology (CRM) anchors the course work at the Institute level for the Integrated M. P. and Center for International Higher Education. D. N. N. 2010 Nov. 2010 Report on India submitted Prof. Massachusetts SATHI. CRM faculty members carried out research in the broad areas of children. 2009 Completed Prof. Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Participation in/Contribution to Seminars.Phil. They have also conducted programmes on Organisation Development and Methodology. The Centre faculty contribute to the development of the agenda of research outside the Institute through membership in Research Ethics Committees. the CRM faculty have also contributed as resource persons. Additionally. Saxena Boston College. 2010 Present Position In-Charge Synthetic Impact Assessment of Collective HIV Prevention Programmes in Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu International Comparison of Academic Salaries Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Initiated Prof. and Thesis Advisory Committees. programme. Washington. P. Their publications focus on issues related to the aged and migration. Boston. A faculty member of the Centre has been appointed by the Government of Maharashtra as a member of the Working Group to Develop an MIS for Children’s Institutions in the state.
Anil Sutar · How Oppressive is our Society? Trends and Patterns of Human Rights Violations Against Dalits. Rajshri Mahtani Mumbai CEHAT Executive Committee Membership and other Official Positions in Academic. Journal of Educational Planning and Administration. ICFAI Journal of Organisation Behaviour. 387–400. Conferences. Bangalore 153 . Jayaram · · · · · · Managing Editor. 2010 Sep. Prof. Lanham. 11(4). 2010. Government and Non-Government Organisations Prof. 2010. 2011. 12–15. 2011. Voluntary Action for Social Transformation: Towards a Sociological Analysis of Third Sector Organisations. Editorial Board. Maryland. Singh · The Pattern of Disability: Evidence from the Indian Census. Editorial Advisory Board. 2010. 11 (12). 39–42. 1û2. 2010. Bangalore Member. 1. Hosatu. (co-editor) Introduction: Higher Education and Equality of Opportunities. Bubaneshwar Prof. Jayaram (Eds. In F. Patel (Ed. Economic and Political Weekly. Rajshri Mahtani Date Oct. Sociological Bulletin: Journal of the Indian Sociological Society.). Saxena · The Dying Art of Technical Demography. Book Review: Diaspora. 82–96. 7(1). Jayaram · · · · · · · · · · · · Higher Education and Equality of Opportunities: Cross-National Perspectives.). Journal of Educational Planning and Administration.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Publications Prof.). Prof. Evans and N. N. M. 227–241. Lazin. 2010. Sustainable Higher Education: A Perspective from the Developing Countries. 46(6). 71(2). National Cadre of Assessors. Abhivruddhi hadiyalliruva deshagaligondu samartha unnatha sikshana neethi (in Kannada). Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Faculty-in-Charge Dr. Revisiting the City: The Relevance of Urban Sociology Today. 9 (3). 30– Oct. P. New Delhi Member. Maryland: Lexington Books. The School and the Community. Higher Education and Equality of Opportunities: Cross-National Perspectives. 23(4). Economic and Political Weekly. The Indian Journal of Social Work 70(4). D. 681–694. New Delhi Member. Can India Garner the Demographic Dividend?. National Council of Educational Research and Training. Evans and N.P. Indian Educational Review. ICFAI Business School. 45(35). ISS (Indian Sociological Society) Newsletter. Inc. M. Rajagiri Member. and Practices. 2009. Development. 37–39. 2011. (co-author) Dr. In F. National University of Educational Planning and Administration. Jayaram (Eds. Lanham. Indian Association of Study of Population. 2011. 2010. Sociology in Karnataka: The Formation and Decline of a Discipline. Lexington Books (a division of Rowman and Littlefield Publishers. Lazin. Indian Sociological Society. December 1. Advisory Board. Asian Population Studies. D. The Hindu (Delhi). Higher Education and Equality of Opportunities: Cross-National Perspectives.C. Seminars. 2010. 2010 Name of the Programme Visioning Workshop for Organisational Development Training Programme on Qualitative Analysis of Focus Group Discussions Place Pune Sponsor Asmae Foundation Dr. and Democracy: The Domestic Impact of International Migration from India (by Devesh Kapur). The Rajagiri Journal of Social Development. (co-author) Disparities in Access to Higher Education in India: Persistent Issues and Changing Context. Teachers of the World. 50–57. Editorial Advisory Committee. New Delhi Member. New Delhi: Oxford University Press. Doing Sociology in India: Genealogies. National Assessment and Accreditation Council. In Memoir: Satish Saberwal. 20–22. 61(1). Board of Trustee. 2010. Social Action. 19.P. Locations. In S. 2010.). Maryland: Lexington Books. The Indian Journal of Social Work. N. Rajagiri School of Social Sciences. Singh · Trustee. 2009.
Committee of the Department of Sociology. Department Advisory Board. New Delhi Member. New Delhi Member. Christ University. Naapam. Institute for Social and Economic Change. Board of Governors. Cehat. CEHAT’s Study on Exploring Religious Discrimination at Health Facilities. Department of Education in Social Sciences and Humanities. Screening-cum-Progress-Monitoring Committee. Bangalore Member. Hyderabad External Expert. Mumbai Member. UNICEF’s Study on CWCs in Maharashtra. Thesis Advisory Committee. Maharashtra. Karnatak University. Academic and Administrative Audit Committee. West Bengal State University. New Delhi Member.D. Karnataka Member. Government of Maharashtra. Working Group to Develop MIS Indicators for Children’s Institutions in Maharashtra. Department of Educational Research and Policy Perspectives. Department of Sociology. Dharwad. Unicef. Department of Sociology. School of Social Sciences. Mumbai Research Advisor. Department of Women and Child Welfare. Tezpur University. Assam Member. Departmental Committee. Rajshri Mahtani · · · · · Member. Jawaharlal Nehru University. University of Hyderabad. Mumbai Research Advisor. Centre for the Study of Social Systems. Academic Council. Narsee Monji Institute of Management Studies. Barasat Dr. Ph. New Delhi Member. Board of Studies.ANNUAL · · · · · · · · · · REPORT 2010 – 11 Member. Mumbai Member. National University of Educational Planning and Administration. CRY National Child Rights Research Fellowship (NCRRF)—Year 5. Academic and Administrative Audit Committee. Child Rights and You. Bangalore Member. NMIMS. National Council of Educational Research and Training. National Council of Educational Research and Training. Mumbai 154 .
Seminars. 20–22. N. Jayaram Workshop for Young Sociologists 2010 · Sociological Theories and Empirical Research · Academic Writing Skills Hermeneutics of Research – Prof. 2011 Supreme Council of Family Affairs. 2011 Jan. 13–15. Jayaram Workshop on Research Methodology in Social Sciences Prof. Saxena Expert Group Meeting on Family Affairs in Qatar Dr. Government of Qatar Presented 2 Papers Migration in EAG States: Some New Facts Prof. 4–6. Poverty and Development in Uttar Pradesh Quantitative Research ANNUAL Dr. 2011 School of Social Sciences. Jayaram 36th All India Sociological Conference - Prof. Saxena Expert Group Meeting on Methdologies of Analysis of 2010 Census Data of Qatar 155 Nanded Feb. Mumbai Presented a Paper Mumbai Apr. N. 30–31. Singh National Seminar on Development and Population Stabilisation in EAG States of India Doha. 17–18. Delhi Resource Person · Draft Proposal for the Analysis of 2010 Census Data on Population Housing and Establishments of Qatar · Nuptiality and Fertility in Qatar On Rigour in Social Research Prof. 2011 Dec.5–7. Ambedkar University. D. P. P. 2011 Jan. P. KKPG College. 2011 Qatar Statistics Authority. Rajshri Mahtani Training on Conceptualising Practice Jaipur Apr. N. Workshops and Training Programmes Place Doha. 21–25. Government of Qatar Presented a Paper Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Global Perspective on Marital Dissolution with Special Reference to India - Faculty Title of the Programme Prof. Qatar Mar. 12–14.R. D. 27–29. 18–19. Qatar Apr. Anil Sutar UNICEF District Facilitators Training Workshop Dr. N.Faculty Participation in/Contribution to Conferences. Shri Ramanand Tirth Marathwada University Department of Economics.C. Rajshri Mahtani Training on Facilitating the Monitoring Process - REPORT Prof. 2011 International Institute for Population Sciences. Jayaram 11 Social Science Research Methods Festival . 2010 Presented a Paper TISS.C. 2010 Dec. Etawah TISS Keynote Address Etawah Feb. 25–26. P. 2010 Bharat Ratna Dr B. Mumbai Resource Person Mumbai Ambuja Cement Foundation Trainer Cuttack Indian Sociological Society and Ravenshaw University Indian Sociological Society and Ravenshaw University Participant Cuttack Resource Person New Delhi Dec. 2011 Ambuja Cement Foundation Trainer Prof. Singh National Seminar on Millennium Goals in Uttar Pradesh Migration.
23. 2010 Higher School of Economics. Singh – First Asian Population Conference New Delhi Nov. 18–19. Kassel University Presented a Paper Prof. N. Memory and Popular Culture New Delhi Presented a Paper Allahabad The Sociology of Indentured Labour Migration: The Case of Trinidad 2010 Prof.Faculty Pune Dec. 21–22. 16–20. P. D. 2010 ICDD. Jayaram International Seminar on Indentured Migration: History. D. 2010 and Feb. Rajshri Mahtani Training on Quantitative Methods and Tools REPORT Prof. 3–7. Jayaram Salzburg Global Seminar Session 472: Optimising Talent: Closing Educational and Social Mobility Gaps Worldwide Closing the Mobility Gaps in Education: The Indian Experience Dr. 2010 SP Jain Institute of Management Research Presented a Paper Berlin. 14–16. N. and the Center for International Higher Education. N. Russia Oct. Moscow. 12–13. Russia Moscow. 15. Pant Social Science Institute. State University. P. 28–29. Jayaram Seminar on International Comparison of Academic Salaries Prof. Jayaram International Conference on Studies in Higher Education Prof. N. 2010 G. Allahabad · Presented a Paper · Chaired 2 Sessions Symbiosis Law College Trainer - Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session ANNUAL Dr. 2010 Asian Population Association (APA) Declining Parsi Population in India 11 Prof. Austria Oct. State University. P. Singh Global Labour University Conference . Moscow The Laboratory for Institutional Analysis at Higher School of Economics. 2011 Nov. Boston College. Germany Sep.C. Boston Salzburg Global Seminar Salzburg. 16–20. 2010 Oct. 2010 Presented a Paper Mumbai Sep. 2010 APA · Presented a Paper Nov. Rajshri Mahtani Regional Evaluation Outreach Seminar Enhancing the Quality of Evaluations of Social Development Programmes Emerging Employment Situation in Mumbai: An Analysis Prof.B. Saxena First Asian Population Conference · Chaired a Session · The Prevalence and Correlates of Women's Marital Dissolution in India: Poster Session P25— Household Marriage and Family · Methodological Issues in Mortality Research Presented a Paper Higher Education Research in India Presented 2 Papers · Case Study: India · Recruitment and Remuneration of the Professoriate in India 156 Moscow.
N. P. Rajshri Mahtani Consultative Meeting on the Scope of Strategic Management Dr. UK in India Participant - ANNUAL Prof. Washington DC. D. 5–8. 2010 Sep. USA. N. Singh Research Methods Festival 2010 Research Council. 5–8. 2010 Jul. N. 23. 7. United Kingdom Mumbai Jun. Canada May 20–22. 13–15. 2010 Vancouver. Rajshri Mahtani Workshop on Research Capacity Building Bangalore Prof. Australia Sep. 14–15. 10. Australia Asmae Foundation Ambuja Cement Foundation Resource Person Resource Person Presented a Paper Quality Conundrum in Postgraduate Education in India Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Prof. Jayaram Workshop on Enhancing Human Security in the Context of Climate Change: Contributions from Indian and Australian Social Scientists Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia. 11 and Oct. 2010 Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy. 23. and The Group of Eight. Rajshri Mahtani Workshops on Developing Monitoring Indicators for Livelihood Projects in Marwar-Mundwa. N. Jayaram National Conference on Caste Census: Towards an Inclusive India Mumbai Jul. Victoria. 2010 Chaired a Session - 157 Oxford. 2010 Jul. Jayaram Third G8 University Summit 2010 Keynote Address Sustainable Higher Education: A Perspective from Developing Countries 2010 – 11 . 2010 Dr. the University of Sydney. Jayaram Fourth Annual Strategic Leaders Global Summit: ‘Measuring Quality in (Post)Graduate Research and Training’ Mumbai Mumbai and MarwarMundwa Mumbai Aug. Bangalore UNICEF. 2010 Dr. Maharashtra ICCHN–ICICI Bank Foundation Centre for Child Health and Nutrition Resource Person Aug.Faculty Brisbane. and TISS The University of British Columbia and University of Alberta · Presented a Paper · Chaired a Session Human Security: A Sociological Perspective REPORT Prof. Rajasthan Dr. National Law School of India University. Turner. Rajshri Mahtani Seminar on Role and Functioning of CWCs in Maharashtra: Research-based Findings Resource Person - Prof. 2010 Council of Graduate Schools.
26-30. 7-17. and Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. C. Saigita Ms. (co-author) Seminars. Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Faculty-in-Charge Ms.000 students and 250 Programme Officers. Saigita Date Mar. Khalil Ahmed. 2010 Sep. the NSS-TORC trained 200 NSS Programme Officers through 2 Orientation and 3 Refresher Programmes on ‘Stress Management’. 417–431. QUICK FACTS Faculty Members Publications Seminars. Its jurisdiction extends to 1. 2011 Mar.. Khalil Ahmed. 2011 Feb. Saigita and Ms. Conferences. 3-10. Khalil Ahmed. for conducting its Orientation and Refresher Courses for NSS Programme Officers in Maharashtra and Goa. Saman Afroz and Ms. GoI Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. Saigita and Ms. The TORC’s faculty visited select Special Camping Programmes of Mumbai. Khalil Ahmed. The workshops were organised as a part of OXFAM’s ‘We Can End All Violence Campaign’ of which YUVA is a part. 2011 Sep. They also helped in planning of the NSS activities in the various universities falling under its jurisdiction by participating in the Advisory Committee Meetings of these Universities. and provided project related consultancies. The TORC was involved in screening the recipients of NSS and the State level awards for the year 2009–2010.200 NSS units of Junior and Degree Colleges. Mumbai 50th NSS Refresher Course on Legal Literacy 121st Orientation Course on National Service Scheme in collaboration with MUHS 49th NSS Refresher Course on Stress Management and Suicide Prevention amongst Youth Nashik Nashik Goa 158 . 5-9. Saigita and Ms. Shivaji and SNDT Universities where they delivered motivational lectures. GoI Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. and ITIs spread across 11 universities in these two states. Conferences. C. Saman Afroz Orientation Course Mumbai 122nd NSS Orientation Course TISS. District Officers and Programme Coordinators to render expertise in special programmes of universities and colleges in its jurisdiction. 2010 Jul. ‘Legal Literacy’ and ‘Suicide Prevention amongst Youth’. GoI Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports Mr. Government of India. Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Participation in/Contribution to Seminars. Mumbai Sponsor YUVA Nagpur Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. In 2010–2011. C. Saigita · An Evaluation Study of NSS in India: A Research Report. 2010 Name of the Programme Workshop on Addressing Domestic Violence through Educational Institutions Refresher Course Place TISS. Saman Afroz Ms. The Indian Journal of Social Work. Saigita and Ms. Workshops and Training Programmes Papers Presented 3 1 6 5 2 Publications Mr. 71(3). Area Officers. The NSS-TORC also reached out to over 2. Nagpur. Ms. C. The TORC also organised 2 workshops on the ‘Impact of Domestic Violence and Discrimination on Educational Institutions’ and ‘Addressing Domestic Violence through Educational Institutions: Past Experiences and Plan for Future’ in collaboration with Youth for Unity and Voluntary Action (YUVA). 2011 Feb. Saman Afroz and Ms. C. GoI Maharashtra University of Health Sciences. Ms. C. 8-16. Ms. Saman Afroz Mr. C. Saman Afroz Mr. 1-10. C. Ms. Saigita Ms. 2010.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 NATIONAL SERVICES SCHEME–TORC The National Service Scheme Training Orientation and Research Centre (NSS-TORC) of TISS receives direct support from the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. 28. Saman Afroz and Ms. Conferences. Government of India (GoI) Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports.
2010 State Liaison Office of Maharashtra Participant NSS Cell. Saman Afroz Workshop on Communication Skills Nov. 26-28. Workshops and Training Programmes Place Mumbai Delhi Mumbai Akola Rajura Apr. Saigita State Level NSS Camp 11 Ms. C. 6. Saman Afroz Consultative Workshop for the TOCs/TORCs Coordinators 2010 Ms. 22. Saigita Programme Coordinators Workshop - 159 . 2011 Bombay Association of Training Social Workers Participant Competencies and Potentials of NSS-TORC. GoI Presented a Paper Apr. TISS Listening Skills NSS History and Philosophy Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Faculty Title of the Programme Ms. 2010 – Ms. 2010 KG Somaiyya College Presented a Paper Dec. 2010 Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. Amravati University Expert Dec. C. 26-27.ANNUAL Faculty Participation in/Contribution to Conferences. 9. Seminars. C. Saigita Panel Discussion on Child Rights Protection REPORT Ms.
). Management. Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Participation in/Contribution to Seminars. Reference Service. Mahapatra (Ed. etc. Capacity Building and Restructuring of Library and Information Centres.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 SIR DORABJI TATA MEMORIAL LIBRARY The Sir Dorabji Tata Memorial Library’s (SDTML) learning resources are aimed at providing the highest level of research and teaching support to all the programmes and research areas of the Institute. This has been highly beneficial to faculty and students at the Institute’s campuses in Tuljapur. provides seamless access to e-journals and e-books available at the Institute. students. India Business Insight Database. Apart from having learning resources. research scholars. In S.500 e-journals. 2010. The Library's collection is reviewed every year in order for it to be relevant to the emerging and developing areas of research. 121–130. indiastat. Powdwal (Ed.068 documents. individuals. alumni. Mr. Sage Publications. The Library also regularly conducts information literacy programmes to create awareness about such new research tools and resources to the faculty and students. Online Public Access Catalogue. and refurbishing its existing floors. Currently.com (statistical database).800 members. Muttayya Koganuramath. Support for research has been a major area of development in library initiatives. Dr. The SDTML has introduced an e-learning initiative leading to a Postgraduate Diploma in Digital Library and Information Management.K. EBSCO Business Source Premier. The Cyber Library. Collecting and preserving digital collections is central to the aims of the Library. 160 . Academic Staff Publications Seminars. this repository has about 1.). 16(2). Students Perspectives on Internet Usage: A Case Study. GALE Virtual Reference Library (e-books). Mallikarjun Angadi · Digital Library Initiative: TISS Case Study. This will help the Library serve about 2. In R. like Current Awareness Bulletin (new additions). Dr. The SDTML also provides a host of information services to its users. Digitisation of compendiums and other much sought after study material is among the most highly utilised services of the Library. Prominent among them are: JSTOR. The programme announcement received a good response and the first batch of 27 students were admitted earlier this year. which include faculty. The Library has enhanced its IT infrastructure by upgrading the internet bandwidth to 10mbps. Library Movement. Being a fully computerised system.500 online journals and databases to its collection.15. Emerald Management Xtra. the Library has also procured the advanced research tool software like Turnitin for detecting and preventing plagiarism and EndNote for managing references to enhance the research skills. it is recognised by UGC as National Document Delivery Centre in the field of Social Sciences. 103–112. Laser Printing & Photocopying facilities. Prabhu Gaddimani and Mr. 1. A team of ‘Liaison Librarians’ have been formed to work with faculty closely to ensure that the Library responds creatively to provide efficient teaching support services. Conferences. Conferences. Marketing and Melange: Certain Perspectives. It has established an institutional repository where the electronic theses dissertations and project reports are hosted. a 24/7 facility with over 100 workstations. The SDTML uses VPN technology to provide remote access electronic resources.133 volumes. Mumbai: 2011. NGOs and institutional members. New Delhi: Ess Ess. etc. The Library has also enhanced its physical infrastructure with the addition of floors of study spaces and two stack rooms. Selective Dissemination of Information Bulletin (article alerts). Document Delivery Service. 16(2). Information Studies. Net Library eBooks Collection. Hyderabad and Guwahati. Workshops and Training Programmes Papers Presented 5 5 3 16 1 Publications Dr. 2010. The TISS has successfully migrated towards the internet age by adding 7. It holds about 1. Digital Library and Cyber Library Services .600 audio-visual materials and subscribes to over 289 print journals and over 7. Information Studies. Satish Kanamadi · · Content and Delivery Methods of Information Literacy Programmes in Academic Libraries: A Pilot Study. 2010. Ravi Pothare · Capacity Building of Library Professionals: A Case Study of Sir Dorabji Tata Memorial Library.
Ghaziabad. ILA Bulletin. 2010. Gaddimani and Mr. Muttayya Koganuramath and Mr.V. ISST Journal of Advances in Librarianship. 2010 Mumbai Executive Committee Membership and other Official Positions in Academic. Bombay Science Librarians’ Association. Confetti of Thoughts on Library and Information Studies : Essays in Honour of Prof. Puttaraj Choukimath · Impact of Digital Information Culture on Libraries.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Dr. Muttayya Koganuramath and Dr. Bombay Science Librarians’ Association. SDTM Library. Mallikarjun Angadi · Member.). TISS Bombay Science Librarians’ Association and SDTM Library. 30. Indian Library Association. Maharashtra Unit Dr. Mr. Mumbai Mr. Prabhu Gaddimani · Member.H. 2011 Oct. and Akashvani & Doordarshan Library Staff Association. on Digitisation of Non-Book Materials of AIR and Doordarshan Libraries Place Mumbai Mumbai Sponsor SDTM Library. Delhi Dr. Rajan Pillai. UP Chief Editor. Mumbai 161 . Mallikarjun Angadi Date Feb.G. Executive Committee. 2010 Name of the Programme User Awareness Programme on JCCC & ENDNOTE TISS-IFLA-BOSLA Workshop on Academic and Research Perspectives: Challenges and Concerns for Digital Libraries 5th All India Conference of Akashvani & Doordarshan Library Staff Association. Sudhier (Eds. Workshops and Training Programmes Organised Faculty-in-Charge Dr. Government and Non-Government Organisations Dr. C. Kabir and K. Seminars. 9. Mallikarjun Angadi Dr. Conferences. In S. (Dr. TISS. Executive Committee. Prabhu B. TISS. Ravi Pothare May 29–30. Intellectuals Society for Socio-Techno Welfare. Muttayya Koganuramath · · Chief Editor. New Delhi: Authors Press. Muttayya Koganuramath.).
University of Sheffield Participant Nov. 30– Dec. 17–19. 2010 Mumbai Jan. TISS Participants - Dr. Research and Training Mumbai Oct. 30. 2010 Chaired a Session Training Issues and Concerns for LIS 162 Guwahati Nov. 2010 Dr. 2011 Diwan Enterprises.ANNUAL Participation in/Contribution to Conferences. United Kingdom Sheffield. 27. United Kingdom Pune Nov. Prabhu B. United Kingdom Oct. 8–28. Satish Kanamadi Online Information 2010 11 Dr. New Delhi. Puttaraj Choukimath and Mr. Seminars. London School of Economics and Political Science Participant - . Workshops and Training Programmes Place Mumbai Feb. 29. Prabhu B. 2010 White Rose Research Information Forum. United Kingdom London. Puttaraj Choukimath and Mr. 29. Gaddimani TISS-IFLA-BOSLA Workshop on Academic and Research Perspectives: Challenges and Concerns for Digital Libraries Bombay Science Librarians’ Association and SDTM Library. 2010 University of Pune Nov. Muttayya Koganuramath XXVII IATLIS National Conference on Emerging Challenges and lingering Issues in LIS Education. Satish Kanamadi Virtual Learning Environment: Moodle Centre for Learning Technology. UK Participant Chaired a Session Participants Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Faculty Title of the Programme REPORT Mr. 21. 2010 Academic Staff College. Gaddimani Indian Citation Index: Access and Explore Indigenous Knowledge 2010 Dr. Guwahati University University of London London. 4–8. Satish Kanamadi Library: A Temple of Learning and Knowledge House London. 2. Satish Kanamadi Researcher Skills Development - Dr. Satish Kanamadi Research in Distance Education-Impact on Practice: Learning Technology and Teaching Support Services Participant - Dr. 2010 Oct. 2011 Open Access Resources and Web Technologies - – Dr. Puttaraj Choukimath UGC Refresher Course in Library and Information Science Participant - Dr. and Tata Memorial Hospital Guru Nanak Institute of Management Studies Incisive Media.
Muttayya Koganuramath International Workshop of Himalayan University Consortium Mr. 2010 International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development Participant Sep. 14– Dec. and SPSS Bangalore Participant Training on EndNote X4 Win and Zotero (The Bibliography Softwares) Mr. Satish Kanamadi Information Literacy. TISS. 2010 Jun. Puttaraj Choukimath Workshop on SPSS Version 18 - Dr. 14. Nepal Mumbai Aug. Web 2. 2010 Population Council Participants - Dr.Faculty London. Muttayya Koganuramath 55th National Conference of Indian Library Association (ILA) on Library and Information Science in the Digital Era ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 . 26–27. United Kingdom Kathmandu. Puttaraj Choukimath Mumbai Jun. Muttayya Koganuramath Innovation-Driven Librarianship: Expectation of Librarians and Library Users Greater Noida Kancheepuram Presented a Paper Information Needs and Information Seeking Behaviour Conference Director - 163 Dr. 27. 2010 Commonwealth Scholarship Commission Participant - Title of the Programme Place Date Organiser(s) Nature of Participation Title of Paper/Session Dr. 28–29. Puttaraj Choukimath E-Content 2010: The National Seminar Series on Library–Publisher Partnership New Delhi Jul. 2010 Jan. Participant Aug. 2010 Informatics (India) Ltd. 17–19. 2011 Birla Institute of Management Technology SRM University Centre for Research Methodology. Mallikarjun Angadi and Mr.0 and Access to Research Dr. 3. 21–24.
and Ph.D. Seminars Annual Report 2010–2011 165 .Phil.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 STUDENTS Student Strength Agencies for Field Work/Internships/Field Attachment Research Projects of Master’s Degree Students M.
Mumbai 400050. National Addiction Research Centre 5th Floor. Block – Bhilangana. Kanchan Villa. (Near Railway Line). Sector 8.L. Muskaan Child and Adolescence Centre of TISS. Orissa Adivasi Mukti Sangathan Sendhwa. C22.D. 317. Thane. Kripa Foundation Mount Carmel Church. Maharashtra Antodaya Trust Block Parbatta. Udaipur. Topiwalalane. Mumbai 400028. Compound. N. Vashi. Chembur Naka. Mataji Road. Madhya Pradesh Ahmi Amachya Arogya Saathi Kurkheda. Patna 800 013. Patliputra Colony.667 Agencies for Field Work/Internships/Field Attachment DIPLOMA IN COUNSELLING Aavishkar Psychiatric Clinic 20-A. Astha Sansthan C/o Astha Training Centre.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Student Strength. Lower Parel (E). Tq: Tuljapur.135 54 211 134 1. Gokhale Road. Dr. Tq: Tuljapur District : Osmanabad. Disha Counselling Centre 3rd Floor.A. Near Mataji Mandir.V. Bhavani Shanakar Road. Lamington Road Police Station. Flat No. Chembur. Mumbai 400089. Ashadip Mahila Vikas Sanstha Nadi Hattaraga. Mumbai 400 013. Road. District : Khagaria. Apshinga A/P-Apshinga. 2010-2011 Programme Bachelors Masters M.5. Stree Mukti Sanghatana Ramabai Ambedkar Municipal Hospital. Bhardawadi Municipal Hospital. Talcher Thermal. Action Aid Building No. Mumbai 400007 . Dadar (W). Navi Mumbai. Dhawle Trust. Near Father Agnel Polytech. 114. Family Welfare Agency Opp. Andheri (W). Dadar (W). District : Latur 413 521. Jain Mandir. Rajasthan Chetna Andolan Chamiyala. Dahisar (E). Sharan Sector 9.A. Mumbai 400068. Ph. K. Bandra (W). District Tehri Garhwal. Opp.Phil. District : Osmanabad. Opp. Chawl No. IN SOCIAL WORK Aarali Budruk A/P: Aarali Budruk. Ghansali. Mumbai 400028. District Gadchiroli.M. Diploma and Certificate GRAND TOTAL Number of Students 133 1. Tal : Nilanga. Mumbai 400071. Anand Bazaar. Adivasi Chetna Andolan Ganpati Nagar. Mumbai. Mumbai 400058.D. M. Road No. Bhardawadi Lane. Shanti Nagar. Mumbai 400071. Larsen & Toubro Welfare Centre 79. Chandan Mansion. DIPLOMA IN GERONTOLOGY Dignity Foundation BMC School Building. Chapel Road.S. Bihar. 303.D. BMC Holistic Mother & Child Care Centre Harishankar Joshi Marg. Joshi Marg. 81/A. B. District Anugul. No. Chhota Bedla. Uttarakhand 166 . B. Silver Innings Bldg. Andheri (E). NASEOH Postal Colony. M. Near Darpan Cinema. Mira Road (E).
Solapur. Kashatakari Sanghatana Malyan. Aurangpura. Smurti Theater. Boring Road. Pune 411 021. Osmanabad. District: Bolangir. Odisha 767033 OXFAM Patna. Aurangabad – 431001 Maharogi Sewa Samiti. Road No. Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences Campus X. In front of House of Forms.P. District : Osmanabad. Near Siddeshwar Hospital. 607 . 167 . Maharashtra Sarpanch A/P. Osmanabad. Jamkhed Road. Impulse NGO Network Lower Lachumiere. Sarpanch A/P. District : Latur. Post : Barar. MITTRA – BAIF District Nashik. Gaurkheda Kumbhi. Kathi Road. Lokparyay 4 B. Sastur. Tahsil: Warora. District : Beed. Farida Tampal State Director. Bihar. Districtrict Amravati 444 806 Maharashtra Krantiveer Babuji Patankar Lokshastriya Sanshodhan va Prabodhan Sanstha Near Dak Bungalow. Tq: Tuljapur. Mahila Arthik Vikas Mahamandal (MAVIM) Old Zilla Parishad Compound. District : Thane. District : Osmanabad. Behind Z. 6th Floor. Dahanu Road. Maharashtra Kamtha A/P-Kamtha. Hyderabad 500 057. Tq. Tal : Kalamb. 818 Castle Hills. District Thane. Po. Pashan. Sarpanch A/P. Buddha Colony.Titilagarh. Dahanu 401 602. District : West Singhbhum. Lane 8. Post : Massa (Khandeshwari). Tal : Tuljapur. Osmanabad 413405. Row house 4. Solapur. Civil Hospital. Main Road. 556 B. District : Osmanabad. Jharkhand 833 102. Districtrict Gadchiroli 442710. Taluka. Bihar. District : Latur. Residency Road. District : Latur. Megh Pyne Abhiyan Bihar. Maharshtra Lok Biradari Prakalp At : Hemalkasa. Post : Chakradharpur. Opp. At. B – Sector. District Sangli. Osmanabad. (Left from Avishkar Bangala). District : Osmanabad. District : Angul. Manavyakta Talcher Thermal. Tal. Warora At & Post: ANANDWAN – 442 914. District : Osmanabad Sarpanch A/P. Osmanabad. Vijayanagar Colony. Aarali Budruk. Kashtkari Sangathan. Bhubaneswar. Bihar. Tq: Tuljapur. Pratham Killari Village. Karmala. Patna 800001. District : Osmanabad. Near NMDC. District : Osmanabad Sarpanch A/P. Tq. District : Osmanabad. Dhekari. C/4. Tq : Tuljapur. Tq : Tuljapur District : Osmanabad. Sadar. Nagpur 440001. Tal: Lohara. Aarali Khurd. Rural Development Centre Campaign for Human Rights At. Halo Medical Foundation Pune Naka Road. Potka. 2. Karla. Pride India and Save Our Sisters (SOS) Sastur. Maharashtra National Centre for Advocacy Studies Serenity Complex. CBD Belapur 400614 Manav Vikas Mandal At Post Chorakhali Village (NearYedash). Osmanabad District : Osmanabad. Apshinga. School. Pranav Plaza. Mahila Rajsatta Andolan Sector 9. Odisha Jan Adhikar Morcha At/Po . Room No.Osmanabad. Talcher. District : Rajsamand 313 341. Dahanu Road. Tq: Osmanabad District: Osmanabad Sarpanch A/P. KHOJ Yashwant Bhavan. Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan (MKSS) Village Devdungri. Andhra Pradesh State Office & WWF. Manipur. Ramnagar Colony. District : Osmanabad Sarpanch A/P. Tal : Lohara. DISHA De-Addiction-cum-Rehabilitation Centre. Pride India SPARSH Hospital. Verma Complex. Megha Bajaj CDOT. District Rural Development Agency (DRDA) Old Zilla Parishad. District Institute Education and Training (DIET) Vidya Nagar. Dharur. District. Patna 1. Osmanabad. Shillong 7930 001.Achalpur. Kasegaon. Lokhit Samajik Vikas Sanstha At. Takali Bembali. Tq.: Tuljapur. Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS) Osmanabad ISIS Foundation Nepal. Taluka : Ausa. Rajasthan. Near R. HIV & AIDS Home Based Care Project Churchandpur 795 128. Tal : Majalgoan. Karla A/P-Karla. Sarpanch A/P. KIIT University. MAST Patna.-India. District : Chandrapur Mahatma Phule Samaj Seva Mandal Niyojan Nagar.Kamtha. Meghalaya. 3 Yezdeh Behram. Takwiki. Saath District Latur.P College. Post : Telgoan. Solapur. Halo Medical Foundation Andur. Near Horse Shoe Building. Tq: Tuljapur District: Osmanabad Sarpanch A/P. Observation Home Near Civil Hospital. Post : Bhamragad. Tq : Tuljapur.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Civil Hospital Osmanabad CNI SSI CHS International. Tq: Tuljapur. Orissa. District Women and Child Welfare Department Osmanabad EKJUT Plot No.
Post : Sangvi Mardi.P. Tq.Director of Harmony Wellness Place. Tq: Tuljapur. Ltd.Takali Bembali.) Consultant at Bhakti Vednata hospital and Karuna Hospital.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Sarpanch A/P. Osmanabad. District : Osmanabad. Tuljapur. Director Programmes Tarshi Delhi. Tq. Area Development Programme Omerga. Warawanti. Abhinav Sushrut Hospital.N. Tq. 506. Mumbai Maharashtra State Aids Control Society Project Director MSACS Mrs Arundhati Swammy Family and Student Counselor Ubika. Sarpanch A/P. Tirth Budruk. District : Osmanabad Sarpanch At Katri. Tarun Bharat Sangh Tarun Ashram. New No.Pune-410503 Maharashtra Seva Mandir Old Fatehpura. Tq. Next to Chincholi Hospital. Tirth Khurd. Swayam Shikshan Prayog (SSP) Trimurti Sadan. Manipur 795128. Bheekampura Kishori.D. Omerga. District : Osmanabad Sarpanch A/P. Tq : Tuljapur. Sonawala Lane.A. Sarpanch At. Jharkhand. District : Osmanabad. Manager Tata Steel (Tata Management development Centre) Jamshedpur Ummeed Child Guidance Centre Lower Parel New Horizon Child Guidance Goregaon & Bhandup M. Society for Rural Industrialisation Bariatu. 14. Tuljapur. Behind Market Yard. District : Osmanabad. Ahmednagar 414 001. Meghalaya. Wanegaon. Latur. Thanagazi. Arogya Nagar.. Ranchi 834 009. Ladhakh Jammu and Kashmir Special Cell for Women and Children Field Work Project of TISS Kandivali and C. District :Osmanabad Sarpanch A/P.Osmanabad Sarpanch At Yeoti. District :. New Panvel. Tuljapur. Wadgaon Dev. Shramik Mukti Sangathana Taluka – Murbad.M Hospital CMO Leh. Tarshi. Adyar. Rajasthan. Goregaon (E) Mumbai. Tq. Tq. Maharashtra. Tq: Tuljapur. Udaipur 313004.M Hospital (District Hospital) S. Jharkhand. Tq. Post : Andur. NEICORD Shillong 793 003. 3rd street. M. Vashi Navi Mumbai – 400 0703 Tata Motors Tata Motors. Manchar. District : Osmanabad Sarpanch A/P. Corporate Avenue. Samata Nagar.400063 Larsern and Tubro L&T Welfare Centre. Post : Barul. Manager 912-913. Nehru Nagar. Tq. Vice-Sarpanch A/P. Chennai 600020 Private Psychiatry Psychiatrist (M. Siamsinpawlpi GHQ Churachandpur. Alwar 22. Thorat Bldg. World Vision. Tq. District :Osmanabad Sarpanch A/P.Honala. Rajasthan. District Thane. Payal Cooperative Housing Society.B. Devrath building Next to HDFc Office. District : Osmanabad. Andheri. TRTC.413606. Tq. Tata Steel Sr. SRT Officer.-Jawalaga Mesai. Tuljapur District : Osmanabad Sarpanch At Sarola. Wanegaon A/P-Wanegaon. Tuljapur. D Belapur Stree Mukti Sangathana Near Vashi Police Station & Parel Sector 3. Post : Sangvi Mardi. District : Osmanabad. IN COUNSELLING Academy for Counselling Education Pvt. sector 17. Tuljapur.N. Osmanabad 413 501. Osmanabad. Sarpanch A/P. Sashwat Opp. District :. IN DEVELOPMENT STUDIES Anthropological Survey of India Bandhan Financial Services Private Limited Ekjut Chakradharpur Jharkhand Giri Institute of Development Studies Lucknow 168 . Sarpanch At Sarola. Swayam Shikshan Prayog (SSP) Taluka Shikshak Society Building. Shivaji Chowk Sham Nagar (Near Ushakiran Petrol Pump).Wadgaon Dev. Maharashtra. Sion Hospital Department of Psychiatry Sion Hospital Mumbai 400022 S. Post : Apshinga. Tq: Tuljapur. Social Welfare Department Z. District : Osmanabad.Osmanabad Sarvahara Jan Aandolan B-202. Tuljapur. Mumbai Kartavya Health Counselling Sr. District. Vashi Humsafar Trust Humsafar Trust Santacruz. Watershed Organisation Trust (WOTR) Paryavaran Behind Market Yard. Tuljapur.Chaibasa W. Tuljapur. Raigad 410 217. Singhbhum. District : Osmanabad. 9th floor.A.
RedR “Samrudhi”. Medecins Sans Frontieres 131A. Magadi Taluk. New Delhi 110002. S. Bhivandi and Thane. Bhopal. Haryana 123001. Centre For Science And Environment 41. Georgia 30332. Samsen Nai.M. Secunderabad 500015. Laitumkharah. Sector 3. Government of Maharashtra United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority (GSDMA) Block No. Survey No. New Delhi 110024.Sc. Praxis 1st Floor. TISS. Sector 11. GN Bordoloi Road. Phyathai. Assam. 56. Delhi National Institute of Rural Development Pratham.Banashankari 3rd Stage. Vakola. Patna 800001. Centre for Enquiry Into Health and Allied Themes (CEHAT) Survey No. Center For Learning Sai Sagar Enclave.M-Ward Mumbai. Tower. Tilak Road. Borderless World Foundation Block-F. Vasundhara. Assam Dulaijan 786602. Mumbai 400055. Guwahati 781001. IN EDUCATION (ELEMENTARY) Bal Shikshan Manch 425/26. National Institute of Disaster Management 5-B.. Bangkok 10400. M. Bharat National Public School Ram Vihar. Trombay. Delhi G. Gujarat. Colony. Next to Abhinav Kala Mahavidyalaya. Bangalore 560012. North-East India Committee on Relief and Development ‘Homeleigh’. 5th Floor. Assam. Flat No.D. Shivaji Nagar. New Delhi 1100049. Ring Road. Police Point. Hingne. Ghaziabad 201012. Phase II. 169 . Centre for Learning 545. Mission India Foundation 571 Ward 8. Near Karkardooma.J. Disaster Management Unit./M. Gandhinagar 382011.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Happy School Gurgaon Human Rights Law and Network Mumbai Infrastructure Division Planning Commission. Atlanta. Rabindra Bhawan. Shillong 793003. New Delhi Islamic Foundation Leicester. Ministry of Women and Child Development. Narnaul. Madhya Pradesh 462016. 24th Floor.A. Meghalaya. CFL Campus. Pant University of Social Sciences Allahabad Public Health Foundation of India Delhi Public Interest Intellectual Property Advisors Public Systems Group Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad Society for Elimination of Rural Poverty M. Bangalore Rural District. Gultekdi. Classics Condominium. New Delhi 110062.P. East Boring Canal Road. Patna 800 001. Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti Indian institute of Science Campus. Pune 411052. Oil India. Praxis C-75 NDSE Part II. Knowledge Links 3/1135. Eklavya E-10. 2/3A. Bungalow No. 11. Bihar State Disaster Management 2nd Floor. Medecins Sans Frontieres Mumbai. IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT ActionAid 2B-Mandovi Apartments. Pune 411037. Industrial Estate. PATH Health Center Cheetah Camp. B. Santacruz (E). Franskhana.A. Banagiri Nagar. Pant Bhawan. I.2804 and 2805.A. Ambari. Shankar Nagar. Paholyotin Road. Udyog Bhavan. Nikhil Pride. R and R Government of Maharashtra Mumbai 400032. (GF) Defence Colony. Campus. USA. Village Varadenahalli. District Disaster Management Authority South Goa. Ma Sharde Complex. Mumbai.B. Asian Disaster Preparedness Center 979/66-70. New Delhi. A-Wing A. Karve Nagar.I.1. Georgia Tech Georgia Institute of Technology. Kanagiguda. UK Janwani Pune Karnataka Power Corporation Limited Lokniti Centre for the Study of Developing Societies NASVI (Nidan) National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development. Sadashiv Peth. Tughlakabad Institutional Area. Opp. Save The Hills Kalimpong. Bangalore 560085. Thailand. Aaram Society Road.A. Centre for Environment Education Jammu and Kashmir.
Dewali Road. New Delhi 110024 Communication Worker’s Union United Kingdom International Metal Workers Federation South Asia Office. 106. Opposite Khalsa College. 159A. Room No. Delhi New Trade Union Initiative B-137. Annex. South Patel Nagar. Kamla Nimbkar Balbhavan Ring Road. Rajsthan 313004. Mohan Sinha Mehta Marg. C. Society for Integrated Development of Himalayas SIDH Hazelwood Cottage Landour Cant Mussoorie 248179. IN GLOBALISATION AND LABOUR ABB Vadodara All India Trade Union Congress Aurangabad Argentine Worker’s Confederation. Rohini.E. Colaba.A. Preet Vihar. Kendriya Vidyalaya Kendriya Vidyalaya No. IFMR Chennai Vasundhara. Defense Colony. Orissa Bhubneshwar 170 . Fatehpura. New Delhi 110034. Jamshedpur Mahila Congress Navi Mumbai Metaculture Dialogics Bangalore MUMINFRA Mumbai Neera Adarkar and Associates Mumbai Planning Commission Sansad Marg. District Satara 415523. 7/5 1st Floor. 1. New Delhi 110001 Prayas (Re Li) Pune Saath Ahmedabad SEWA Ahmedabad Slum Rehabilitation Society Mumbai Transparent Chennai.I. 1st Floor. Self Employed Women’s Association Sewa Bharat. Udaipur. New Delhi 49 Karnataka Sex Worker’s Union Bangalore Korean Women’s Trade Union Korea LEARN Dharavi. New Delhi 110008 UNI Nepal UNI. Ground Floor. Shakur Pur. IN HABITAT POLICY AND PRACTICE BMC SWM. New Delhi 110016. SCERT Chhattisgarh Educational Resource Centre (Eklavya Foundation).ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Jodo Gyan Education Services E-12. Mumbai National Association for Street Vendors in India E-170.School Resource Network University of Delhi Regional Resource Centre for Elementary Education University School. University of Delhi. Lajpat Nagar IV. CTA ARGENTINA Building & Wood Workers International South Asia Office. Residency Club Road. Mumbai CSE New Delhi Iland FS IDFC Gurgaon JUSCO Solid Waste Management Department. Gautam Nagar. Mumbai CPR Delhi CSE New Delhi EMC Mumbai EXNORA & BBMP Bangalore Fortress Infrastructure Advisory Services Mumbai IDBI Bank Ltd. Academic Research Centre. Delhi 110007. One or Two Delhi Nagar Nigam Schools one Delhi based Kendriya Vidyalaya One of the Private schools in Delhi Details of the institutions will be worked out in consultation with the faculty and field mentor. Phoenix Theatre-In-Education Company F–3/6 Sector 16. MLC Malaysia M. Laxmi Nagar. M. Mumbai. Uttarakhand./M. Primary Teachers Association Mumbai Strimukti Sangathana Hindu Colony Dadar (E). University. Indore 452001. Linz House. Resource Network–DU. Sector II. Dayanand Colony. Phaltan. Guru Tegbahadur Road.A. Delhi 110085. National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) Sri Aurobindo Marg. Raipur (CG) 492007. Avanti Vihar. Navlakha. D-12.Sc. New Delhi 110024. Vidya Bhavan Education Resource Center Dr.
Deonar. Mumbai 400020 Breach Candy Hospital Trust 60-A. Bhulabhai Desai Road. Turbhe store. Rajasthan Sneha Room No. Sion (W). Gomati Nagar. Bandra (W). Ground Floor. Opposite to Railway Station. Uttaranchal. Off Hill Road. Turbhe store. West Bengal 700104 Committed Communities Development Trust 42 Chappel Road. Hyderabad 500 033. Municipal School. 416. Peora. Dist. Lucknow 226010. Mumbai 400008 Kripa Foundation Mount Carmel Church. P. Uttar Pradesh Aga Khan Health Services 39/43. Mumbai 400088 Population Services International Geetanjali Building. 1518. Shivaji Nagar. Vellore 632209. Hindu Colony. Andheri (W). Bikaner 334001 MASTER OF HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION Apollo Gleneagles Hospital #58. Ground Floor. Via Joka.O. Grant Road (W). Joseph Church. Plot No. Nainital. Near Shiv-sena Shakha No. Mumbai 400008 RUHSA Chrisitian Medical College.: Pailan.V.Nair Road. Mumbai 400 026 BSES MG Hospital Swami Vivekanand Road. Mumbai 400017 Society for Education.1. Mumbai Central. 341-A Siddharth Colony. Mumbai 400022 Apnalaya 889. Via. Mumbai 400008 171 .of Atomic Energy.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 MASTER OF HEALTH ADMINISTRATION Aarohi Village Satoli. Next to Sarmai Temple. Andhra Pradesh Apollo Hospitals Waltair Main Road. Mumbai 400050 People’s Association for Training and Health PATH Health Centre. Cheetah Camp. Nesbit Road. Bandra (E). Maharashtra 442505 Urmul Rural Health Research & Development Trust URMUL Bhawan. Plot 14. Mumbai 400010 ALERT India B 9 Meera Mansion. Mukteshwar 263138 Child in Need Institute Vill. Chapel Road. Tamil Nadu 643212 Bandra East Community Center Next to St. Bandra. Navi Mumbai 400705 SATHI Shire-Shakti Nagar. Mumbai 400043 ASWINI Post Box No. Andrew Road. Ahmedabad 382 428 Apollo Hospitals Jublilee Hills. Udaipur 313 004. Trombay. Navi Mumbai 400705 Seva Mandir Old Fatehpura. Mazagaon. Mumbai-400 051 BARC Hospital Dept. Bhat GIDC Estate. Plot No. Shuklaji Street. Turbhe. Greams Lane. P. Mumbai 14 Prerana 7th Lane.A. Tamil Nadu SATHI Flat No. Diamond Complex.155. District the Niligiris. 21 YMCA Road . Dist: South 24 Prgs. Bangalore 560076 Apollo Hospitals -Chennai Division 21. Urban Health Centre. Dadar (E). Mumbai 400058 BYL Nair Hospital Dr. Bandra (W). Kamathipura. Turbhe. Dahanukar Colony. Andhra Pradesh Asha Parekh Hospital Shri Bhikhubhai Jalundwala General Hospital. Canal Circular Road. 3rd Floor. Krishnapuri Colony. 3 & 4. Plot 1 A. Kothrud. Mumbai 400054 Asian Heart Institute and Research Centre G/N Block. New Marine Lines. C/H2/4–7 & C/1-1/16-17. St. Mukteshwar. 4th Floor. Next to Sarmai Temple. Uttarachal 263138 Action Aid International India. Aman E-Terrace. Bannerghatta Road. Shodhgram District Gadchiroli. Chennai 600006 Apollo Hospitals International Ltd. Mumbai 400007 Bombay Hospital 12. Nainital. Dist. Visakhapatnam 530002. Action and Research in Community Health SEARCH. Jhagadia 393110 Community Outreach Programme Methodist Centre. 1st Floor. Lotus Colony.Daulatpur. 60 Feet Road. Mumbai 400050 LEPRA India P B No. Govandi. Gudalur. Near New Roadways Bus Stand. Pune 411029 SATHI Shire-Shakti Nagar. Mumbai 400051 Central Himalayan Rural Action Group Sitla. Shree Balachandra Chamber Road. Mumbai 400088 Bhatia Hospital Tardeo Road. Road and Tilak Road.O.L. Bandra-Kurla Complex. Dharavi. Bandra (E). 5/43 Vivekkhand. Secunderabad 500026 Navjeet Community Health Centre Holy Family Hospital.1. Kolkata Apollo Hospitals Bangalore 154/11 Opp IIM-B. 140. 20. West Marredpally. Near Shiv-sena Shakha No. Mumbai 400050 Community Health Physician SEWA (Rural). Corner of S. Off Greams Road. Santacruz (W). 81 A.
Charni Road. New Delhi 110060 Sir. Mumbai 400010 Raheja (A Fortis Associate) Hospital Near Mahim Macchimar Vasahat. Airport Road. Ranade Road. Tamil Nadu 172 .K. Mumbai 400 004 Seth GSM & KEM Hospital Dr.N. HAL III Stage. Mumbai 400074 Jehangir Hospital 32. 40. Mumbai 400012 Shalby Hospitals Opp. Bommasandra Industrial Area. Andheri (E). L. Mumbai 400 077 Rockland Hospital B -33. Chinchwad. R. Four Bunglows. Mohali-160062. Mahim. Qutab Institutional Area. Pune 411004 Saifee Hospital Post Box 3771. Parel.S. Powai Dr. Delhi Mathura Road. Tamil Nadu Christian Medical College Brown Road. Rasta Peth. Rustom Bagh. Punjab Fortis Hospitals Limited Mulund Goregaon Link Road .V.1. Mumbai 400093 Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals Sarita Vihar.Cooper Hospital Juhu. Ludhiana 141 008 Columbia Asia Hospitals Pvt. Hiranandani Gardens. Sassoon Road. Andrew’s Road. Law College Road. Navi Mumbai 400708 Narayana Hrudayalaya 258/A. Mazgaon. J. Pune 411033 The Bandra Holy Family Hospital St. Tis Hazari. Thane(W). Ltd. Bandra. Mumbai 400070 Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital and Medical Research Centre (A Unit of Mandke Foundation). Gujarat Sir Ganga Ram Hospital Rajinder Nagar. Vikhroli (E). Kemps Corner. Bangalore 562158 P. Mumbai 400016 Prince Aly Khan Hospital Aga Hall. Patil Hospital & Research Center Sector 5. Hinduja National Hospital and Medical Research Centre Veer Savarkar Marg. Raja Rammohan Roy Road. Mumbai 400016 Rajawadi Hospital Ghatkopar (E). Pune 411001 Jupiter Hospital EasternExpressHighway.34. New Delhi 110 076 Inlaks General Hospital Inlaks Hospital Road. Hurkisondas Nurrotumdas Hospital and Research Centre Padmashri Gordhanbapa Chowk. Bhulabhai Desai Road. 698/B. New Marine Lines. Tilaknagar.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Christian Medical College Bagayam. Elizabeth Hospital St. Stephen’s Hospital Marg. Mumbai 400 004 St. Vile Parle (W). #8. Jayanagar Extension. Press Enclave Road. Pune 411 001 Holy Spirit Hospital Mahakali Road. Phase-VIII. 15/17 Maharshi Karve Marg. Vellore 632004. Mumbai 400 026 Christian Medical College Bagayam. 98. Haryana 122001 MGM Hospital Vashi. Andheri (W). Mumbai 400056 Fortis Hospital. Mumbai 400050 Wockhardt Hospitals (Forties Hospital Network). New Delhi 110017 Medanta – The Medicity Sector 38. Malabar Hill.D.S. Pune 411011 Kohinoor Hospital Kirol Road.Patkar Marg.Y. Anekal Taluk. Vile Parle (W). Ernest Borghes Road. Delhi 110 401 Sushrusha Citizen Co-op Hospital Ltd. S G Road. Bhabha Hospital R. Mumbai 400 036 Dr. Bandra (W). Sassoon Road. Near Nal Stop. Mumbai 400007 Bombay Hospital 12. D. 80 Feet Road. Bangalore 560041 Sahyadri Hospitals Ltd. Bannerghatta Road. Salket. Gurgaon. Ahmedabad 380015. Road No. Thane 400601 K. Dadar (W). Nerul. Mumbai 400012 The Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital Aditya Birla Hospital Marg. Mahim. Erandwane. Balabhai Nanavati Hospital S. Sector 62. Mumbai 400028 Tata Memorial Hospital Dr. Mumbai 400006 St. Mehta Road. Chembur Colony. Nesbit Road. Bangalore 560076 Bhatia Hospital Tardeo Road. Joseph Education and Medical Relief Society. Stephen’s Hospital St. Rao Road. N. Navi Mumbai 400706 Dr. Off LBS Road. Karnavati Club. New Delhi 110016 Sagar Hospitals #44/54. Mumbai 400053 Manipal Health Systems Manipal Hospital. Mumbai 400020 Breach Candy Hospital Trust 60-A. Vellore 632 004. Mumbai 400078 Global Hospitals Group Global Hospitals. Mumbai 400056 Dr. Rao Saheb Achutrao Patwardhan Marg. Mohali Super Speciality in Heart. The Icon. Mumbai 400050 KEM Hospital 489. Indiranagar. Mumbai 400079 Grant Medical Foundation Ruby Hall Clinic. Hyderabad 500 004 Godrej Memorial Hospital Pirojshanagar. 154/9.H. Sardar Moodliar Road. Bangalore 560017 Max Healthcare Institute Ltd 2. Road. Akdi-K-Pool. IIMB. Opp. Grant Road (W). Kurla (W). S. 69/4. Bangalore-560075 Cumballa Hill Hospital and Heart Institute 93/95 August Kranti Marg.B. 30th Cross. Parel. Hiranandani Hospital Hillside Avenue. 2nd Floor.
Mumbai 400055 Tata Institute of Social Sciences Rural Campus. Vile Parle (W). Mumbai 400074 Family Planning Association of India Bhiwandi. Mumbai 400099 Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd. 6. Stephen’s Hospital Marg. Andheri-Kurla Road. Sector II. Rao Saheb Achutrao Patwardhan Marg. Human Resources. Orchid Centre. Osmanabad Dt. Sassoon Road. Plot No 1/1 TTC Industrial Area. Mumbai 400053 P. Andheri (E). Citibank. Ballard Estate. Mumbai 400080 ABG Shipyard Limited 2nd Floor. 15/17 Maharshi Karve Marg.Sector 15. Tuljapur. Stephen’s Hospital St. Mulund (W). Delhi 110401 The Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital Aditya Birla Hospital Marg. Urmi Corporate Park. Pune 411001 Jehangir Hospital 32. Thane (W) Aditya Birla Institute of Management Learning Plot No. Mumbai 400072 Abbott India 1st Floor. 12th floor. Opp. Thane Belapur Road. 19 B.. Ballard Pier. L&T Gate No. E/F Maker Towers. Opp World Trade Centre. Hinduja National Hospital and Medical Research Centre Veer Savarkar Marg. Opp Fortis Hospital. Four Bunglows. Mahim. Mumbai 400036 Dr.A. Bandra Kurla Complex.Human Resources. Millenium Business Park. Mahape. Pune 411011 Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital and Medical Research Centre (A Unit of Mandke Foundation). Mumbai 400009 M. Maharashtra.D. 13. Balabhai Nanavati Hospital S. 50A. Mumbai 400051 173 .400074 Bharti Wal-Mart (P) Ltd 4th Flore. Hospital 489. Mumbai 400004 ACC-Academy Teen Haath Naka. Desai Road. Bangalore 560024 Astrazeneca Pharma India Ltd No. Mathew Road. Andheri (W). CBD Belapur. 4 & 6 Currimbhoy Road. Mumbai 400016 Saifee Hospital Post Box 3771. Mumbai 400 076 Godrej Memorial Hospital Pirojshanagar. Chembur. Bharat Bhavan I.. Sardar Moodliar Road. Hiranandani Hospital Hillside Avenue. Mumbai 400001 Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited Mahul Road. Gurgaon 122002 Cadbury India Ltd Cadbury House. Carnac Bunder. Powai. India The Tata Power Company Limited Corporate Center. Pune 411033 MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited Mahul. Navi Mumbai 400710 CITI Bank Manager. New Delhi 110060 Sir Hurkisondas Nurrotumdas Hospital and Research Centre Padmashri Gordhanbapa Chowk. Mumbai 400004 St. Santacruz (E).H. 40. Mumbai Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd 1st Floor. Mumbai 400004 Sir Ganga Ram Hospital Rajinder Nagar. Mumbai. Cuffe Parade. Mumbai 400055 Astrazeneca Pharma India Ltd Avishkar P B No. Reliance Corporate Park Ghansoli. L B Shastri Marg. 1st & 2nd Floor. Mumbai 400056 Dr. Navi Mumbai 400 709 Asian Paints Asian 6-A Shanti Nagar. Sassoon Road. D Mart Building Mulund Goregaon Link Road. Navi Mumbai 400614 Akzonobel Decorative Paints I C I INDIA LIMITED. Thane Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College and General Hospital Sion. Solaris-D. 401–403. Powai.V. Citicentre. Ludhiana 141008 Cumballa Hill Hospital and Heart Institute 93/95 August Kranti Marg. Chintamani Plaza. Golf Course Road.. Chakal. 2nd Floor. Hiranandani Gardens. Vikhroli (E) Mumbai 400079 Grant Medical Foundation Ruby Hall Clinic.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Christian Medical College Brown Road. 4th Floor. Pune 411001 KEM. Hebbal. Rasta Peth. Kemps Corner. Building No. Sector-53. 34 Sant Tukaram Road. A Block. Mumbai 400022 Reliance Industries Ltd. Tis Hazari. Mohan Studio Compound. Bhupati Chambers. Mumbai 400026 Caliber Point Business Solutions Ltd. 3. Kopar Khairane. Road. L. Navi Mumbai 400701 Reliance Infrastructure Limited Santacruz (E). Raja Rammohan Roy Road. Thane Belapur Road. IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND LABOUR STUDIES 9X INX Media Pvt Ltd. Off Bellary Road. TTC Industrial Area. Chinchwad. Charni Road. 2483.
District Thane 400 605. 165/166. Mumbai 400026. Patni Computer Systems Ltd. Mumbai 400079. McDonalds West and South 69C Ashiana. Mumbai 400072 DDI India Pvt. Hiranandani Gardens. A-Wing. Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd Mahendra Towers. Nestle India Limited First Floor.V. Mumbai 400 013. Mumbai 400064.K. Backbay Reclamation. Andheri (E). Essel Propack Ltd 10th Floor. Mumbai. Mumbai 400088. Kotak Securities Ltd. Patel Estate. Essar Steel Essar TechnoPark. Appasaheb Marathe Marg. Mumbai 400051. Near Gate No. Pepsi Co India Holding Pvt. Mumbai 400018. Lower Parel. E Moses Road. Sandoz House. Worli Mumbai 400018.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Colgate Palmolive (I) Ltd.V. Seepz. Vikhroli Mumbai 400079. Future Learning and Development Limited 2nd Floor Evershine Mall. Trombay Road. 6th Floor. Sion-Trombay Road. Kotak Infinity. Sion. 21. Mahalaxmi. J. Peninsula Corporate Park. Plot C -22. Dhanlaxmi Bank Trade View.Human Resources 2nd Floor. Malad (E). S. Mumbai 400071. 2nd Floor. 8th Floor. Hindustan Unilever Limited B. M. 11. Lower Parel. Road. Eicher Demm S. Swan Mill Compound. Hindustan Coco Cola Beverages Private Limited. Saki Powai. 1st Floor. Bandra (E). 2nd Floor. Joshi Marg. Opp. Mumbai 400096. Bhulabhai Desai Road.Road. Mumbai 400034. Eurek Tower. Mumbai 400025. Mumbai 400011. Andheri (E). Mumbai 400051. New Delhi 110025. Aryabhata. Mumbai. Hiranandani Gardens. Piramal Healthcare Ltd. Near Saki Vihar Telephone Exchange. Mumbai. LBS Marg. Andheri (E). Mukand Ltd Thane-Belapur Road. Unit 55. Mumbai 400080 174 . Mulund (W). Andheri ( E). K.D. Main Link road. ION Exchange Limited Ion House. Godrej and Boyce Ltd Plant No. 1st Floor. Lbw Consulting Pvt. Sawant Marg. Behing Toyota Showroom. Colgate Research Centre. D Mart Building Mulund Goregaon Link Road. 6th Floor. L’Oreal India. Mumbai 400028. Mumbai 400013. Mumbai. Mazagon. Annie Besant Road. G–Block. Mumbai 400042 DBOI Global Services Private Limited Logitech Park. Shivsagar Estate.Rand International India Limited 4th Floor. Sakinaka. Jogeshwari (W). ESSAR Steel Limited Hazina Plant 27th km. Off. National Stock Exchange Exchange Plaza. Andheri (E). 3rd Floor. Bhatia Hospital. Vaidya Marg. Mumbai. KPMG Lodha Excelus. Near Airoli Station. K. Erandwane. ICICI Firstsource Ltd Malad Office [Ms. Mumbai 400708 Fullford Pharamecuticals MSD Pharmaceuticals. Hewitt Associates The IL&FS Financial Centre. ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Company Ltd 1089. Ltd. 5th Floor.Malad (W). SDF II. Mumbai. Gujarat. Ltd 9th Corporate Park – II. Hotel Leela The Leela Kempinski. 6th Floor. Forjett Street. General A. Near Grant Road (W). Persistent Systems Ltd. Opp. Mumbai 400097. Hindustan Unilever Limited Head Office. Building No. Pune 411 004 Pfizer Ltd Pfizer Centre.K. Dr. N. Lower Parel. Bandra Kurla Complex. Network 18 Infomedia 18 Ltd. Mumbai 400 013. Prabhadevi. Chembur. Alpha. Surat Hazira Road. Chembur. Dighe Kalwe. Kamala Mills Compound. First Source Reliance Take Plaza. Malad. Essar Group Essar House 11. Nicholas Piramal Tower. Mind Space. Opp Fortis Hospital. Mumbai 400010. Quadrant ‘B’. Opp Mindspace. Bandra-Kurla Complex. Sawant Marg. Mathuradas Vasanji Road. Off Western Express Highway. Vikroli. Novartis India Ltd. Mumbai 400076 Deutch Bank AG Private and Business Clients India. Godrej Corporate Priojsnagar Eastern Express. Worli. Malad (W). Apollo Mills Compound. Off Link Road. 6th Floor. Mahalaxmi. 501. Pirojshahnagar. Infinity Park. Powai. Pharmaceuticals Division. Johnson and Johnson Medical India 30. Road. Mumbai 400099. Lower Parel (W). Ltd. Dadar (W). Senapati Bhapat Marg. Mahalakshmi. Dr. Bandra (E) . Bandra Kurla Complex. Worli Road. Mazagon Dock Limited Dockyard Road. Marg. Kanjurmarg (E). Hazira 394270.M. Main Street. Ruby House. 4. Mumbai 400020. Mumbai 400072. 1st Floor. Mindspace. Mumbai 400011. Ganpatrao Kadam Marg. Famous Studio. B-Wing Paradigm.B. Thane (W). Baani Corporate One. Penninsula Corporate Park. Network 18 Group). ICC Cambers. Suman Sihag]. Chakala. Powai. Ingersoll . Mumbai 400064. Mumbai 400059. Mumbai 400003. Mumbai 400 076 Crompton and Greaves Corporate Personnel Departmen. Times Tower Kamala City.
Kolkata 700017.. TTC. Ganpatrao Kadam Marg. Opp. Empire Complex. 13. Mumbai 400093. Kalve Block. Mahape. 24 Homi Mody Street. Visakhapatnam 530017. Anand Patwardhan Lane 9. 1001. Fort. Dr. Khopat. Thane (W). Schenectady Herdillia Ltd Thane Belapur Road Opp.F. House of Story Tellers C141. Third Sector Partners 322. CSRE. BKC. 4 DDA Commercial Complex. Andheri (E). Tata-AIG Life Insurance Company Ltd. Road. Nashik 422013. Mumbai 400021. Maharashtra. Media Matters Plot 400. Guwahati Kamrup. MIDC. Dadar (E). Mumbai 400028. B Wing. 5th Floor. 202. Guwahati. Airoli. Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Limited. Open Media Network. Kolkata 10. Sector–2. Mumbai 400051. 41/44. Standard Charted Bank 26/25 M. Near Koparkhairane Railway Station. Ambernath 421501. Videojet Technologies (I) Pvt Ltd Unit No: 101 / 102. 2nd Floor. Jai Commercial Complex. Madame Cama Road. M. Annie Besant Road. Millennium Business Park. West Bengal. Thane Polaris Software Lab Ltd Silver Metropolis. Building No. 6th floor. Mumba 400018. 245. Andheri (E). Kalyaninagar. Veer Savarkar Marg. Navi Mumbai 400708. Mumbai 400013.A. Andheri-Kurla Road. Eastern Express Highway. Doordarshan Kendra. Mumbai 400067. Navi Mumbai 400710. Bandra East. HIMAL South Asia The Southasia Trust. Illumine Knowledge Resources Pvt. Mumbai 400013 . Privi Organics Ltd. Mumbai 400072. Pune 411004. Peninsula Corporate Park. 64. Road. Minoo Desai Marg. Juinagar Railway Station. CMDC. Andheri (E). Mumbai 400093. Karnataka. Senapati Bapat Marg. Powai. 463. Tata Consultancy Services Gateway Park. Bandra East. RPG Life Sciences Limited Ceat Mahal. Unit No. Shivaji Park. Laya. Mumbai Plot C22. MIDC. Road No. Apollo Bunder. Navi Mumbai 400705. HAL 3rd Stage. Wood Street. Veer Savakar Marg. Anandvali Shivar. 8-B. Thomson Reuters Reuters India Private Limited. 10th Floor. Mumbai 400051. Western Express Highway. Sakinaka Junction. Pandurang Budhkar Marg. Bandra (E). 130. Sai Section. SHRM India Services Bandra–Kurla Complex. Mumbai 400025. Gangapur Road. East Point Colony. Mumbai 400014. GPO Box: 24393. Road No.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Platoz HR Pvt. A-71. 414. Tata Chemicals Ltd Bombay House. MIDC Plot No. 13. Mumbai 400063 Price Waterhouse 252. Siemens Ltd Thane-Belapur Road. Mumbai 400001. Navi Mumbai 400709. Prabhadevi. Mumbai 400051. Nicholar Piramal . Andheri (E). Sandoz Pvt. Goregaon (E). Reliance Power Flat Products Equipments (I) Ltd. Prabhat Road. The Indian Hotels Company Limited Oxford House. Mumbai 400059. Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers Limited Administrative Building. Colaba. 7th Main. 615-617. Sanofi-Aventis 54/A Sir Mathurdas Vasantji Road.B Wing. Lower Parel. Ltd No 3 Khurshed House. IIT Powai. 2nd Floor. Delphi Building. Mumbai 400030.5. ART INDIA Mumbai BBC. N. Mumbai 400074. New Delhi 1100017. C-59. Delhi Network. Siddhivinayak Temple. Mumbai Vaibhav Chambers. Shipping Corporation Of India Shipping House. Mumbai 400051. Dadar. SAP India Platina. Mumbai 1st Floor. Lower Parel (W). Kutumb Communications # 608. Mumbai 400001. Vishakhapatnam 501 Kurupam Castle. Bandra-Kurla Complex. CNN-IBN Network 18. CNN-IBN. Mumbai 400001. Next to Mayor Bungalow. Worli. Bandra Kurla Complex. Ltd. Fort. G Block. Thane-Belapur Road. Panchsheel Park. Siemens Information Systems Ltd. TTC Industrial Area. United Business Media Sagar Tech Plaza-A. Plot No. Chembur. Bangalore 560075. G-Block. District-Thane.G. Mumbai 400076. Mumbai 400005. Ltd. Corporate Park. 15/17. Arcade Avenue Hiranandani. Kathmandu. 604 D Lady Jehangir Road. 8-A/2. Shaporji Pallonji Group SP Center. Prabhadevi Industrial Estate. IN MEDIA AND CULTURAL STUDIES Abhivyakti Media for Development 31 A. 6th Cross. Nepal. Kalve. 175 . Peda Waltair. Assam. ‘Mehta House’.
UNESCO House. Mumbai. Phase III. Mumbai 400099. Nehru Road. East Patel Nagar. Lower Parel.. Opp.com The Sports Mirror. Lowe Parel. Tolstoy House. Mumbai 400057. #640. The Mint. Dadar (E). The Indian Express. Near Lokmanya Seva Sangh. Chembur. Trimurti Road. At.5/29. Pannalal Banerjee Lane (Fancy Lane). Apartments. 912. Mumbai. Mumbai 400013 Krushi Vikas Sahakari Ltd. Vile Parle (E). Swami Vivekanand Road. Near Moreshwar BMC School. Pune Satara Road. Near Nexan Market. New Delhi 110008. Mumbai. Bhandarkar Road. Irla. Mumbai 4000056. Ground Floor. Station. Lucknow 226008. 93. Tal-Sangola. I. Asha Sadan Asha Sadan Marg. Pandurang Budhkar Marg. Andheri-Kurla Road. M-Block Market. East Patel Nagar. New Delhi M-76. Mumbai 400028. BIC 8/24. Nagar (Mohali) 160062. New Delhi 110029 Watershed Organisation Trust. Timeout Paprika Media Pvt Ltd. 82. Padmavati Corner. Pune 2nd Floor. Palai Plaza.A. Gokhale Road South. Mumbai 400088. Second Floor. M. Barbhaya Orphanage for Girls 78. Turbhe Rly. Mumbai 400009. Kurla (W). Bandra (E). Alliance for Dalit Rights Gala No. Sukrit Enclave. Mumbai 400071. Andheri (E). Chunabhatti. Dadoji Kondev Stadium. Kolkata 5. Satyam Shivan Apartment. Viraj Gandhi A-2.S. Mumbai 400013 Seva Fumoux D-63. Turbhe Store. Wardha. IN SOCIAL WORK Aarambh Gyan Vikas Kendra. BARC Hospital Sion Trombay Road. BIC 33D..ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 People Magazine. Ghatla Village. Dist-Solapur. Okhla Industrial Estate. Sector 69. Nidan. Aawaz-E-Niswaan Moreshwar Patankar Road. Jitendra Estate. The Assam Tribune GNB Road. New Delhi 110001. Deccan Gymkhana. Mumbai 7th Floor. Publications Unit. Second Floor. Mumbai. Mumbai HT Media Ltd.No. Pune 411004. Navi Mumbai 400703. BIC 301. Mumbai 400088. Canossa School. West Bengal. JSW Steel Limited Victoria House. Off Thane-Belapur Road. Rafi Marg.A. Opp. Deonar. TISS Deonar Mumbai 400088 Rediffusion – Y & R. Mumbai 400014. New Delhi 110001.S. Dadar Station Road. Mahakali Caves Road. After Care Home for Boys Near Fine Arts Society. Action Aid 202. DDA SFS Flats. Umerkhadi. Alodi Road. Guwahati 781003 The Hindu. “The Forum”. New Delhi 110020 UNESCO B.A. Latouche Road.. 63/2B. S. 1st Floor. Tehelka. Azad Maidan Police Station Next to Esplanade Court. Silpukhiru. National Association of Street Vendors of India Executive Director. Bal Kalyan Nagri Bal Sadan. Mumbai 400093. Behind Hotel Raviraj. Agarwadi road. Chittranjan Road. Opp Hotel Midtown Pritam. Santa Cruz (E). Mayor Vihar. 2nd Floor. New Delhi I. Greater Kailash Part 2. New Delhi 110008. Safdarjung Enclave. Post Nalwadi. 5th Floor. Vijay Mandal Enclave. Asha CBR. New Delhi 110016. Post-Sangola. Pipe Road.F. New Delhi Shalabh Sahai A-1. Bal Anand Sai Krupa. Sidharth Colony. Plot No. Bodoland Territorial Council 36/13. Pune 411009 M. 176 . An Organization Working With Women. Cheshire Home Near Sacred Heart Church. Youth And Children 787. Mankhurd. Vile Parle (E). Piramal Foundation Nicholas Piramal Tower. Mumbai 4000071. Near Portuguese Church. New Delhi 110048. Near Cardinal Gracias High School. Kolkatta 700001. Taylor and Francis 15 – 17 Tolstoy Marg.N. S. The Sportsmirror. Mumbai 400051. Dharamitra Duttatrya Aparment. Mumbai Terminal 9. Bandra East Community Centre 341/A. Old RTO Office. Andheri (E). Chiranjeev Bldg. 22. Akshara Resource Centre Gujarati Municipal School. Mumbai 400022. IN SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP Chaitanya.S. Thane (W). Second Floor. District Thane 400601. Windsor Building. Chembur. Building.
2nd Floor. Dadar (W). Police Station. George Hospital Compound. Joshi Police Station. First Floor. Opp. Matunga (W). Dadoji Konddeo Stadium Gala No. Near Grant Road Station.. Koshish Female Beggars’ Home. Shahpur Taluka. Andheri (E). BMC School. No. Family Planning Association of India Avabai Wadia Health Centre (AWHC). Canossa School. Jude’ Church. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus. Near Milan Industries. Mumbai 400037. Thane. Mumbai 400013. Jari-Mari. Late Gaurav Mhatre Central Library 1str Floor. Mumbai 400001. Chembur. Carmel Church. Mahakali Caves Road. 81/A. Near Fine Art Gallery. 4th Floor. Chapel Road. Deputy Commissioner of Police Shivaji Nagar Police Station. Mumbai 400022. 5 . Mankhurd. Freire Bridge. Mumbai 400088. Mumbai 400013. Larsen and Toubro Ltd. Kripa Foundation Mt. Bandra (E). 410201. Gram Panchayat C/o.N. Mumbai 400016. Dattak Vasti Yojana (Environmental Cell). Vile Parle(E). N. Chehak Trust Sahyog School. Children of the World (India) Trust Vishwabalak Kendra. Dadar Police Station Bhawani Shankar Road. BARC Main Gate. Mumbai. Jain Society. 9 & 10. Zone–VI. Near CIDCO Bus Stand. Bandra. Joshi Marg . Vakola. Navi Mumbai 400706. Mumbai 400072 Jai Vakeel School for Children in Need For Special Care and Treatment. C. Taluka-District Karjat Raigad. Cheshire Home Asha CBR Near Sacred Heart Church. Wadala (E). N. Girgaum. Antop Hill. Jambudvipa Trust Plot No.C. Childine India Foundation Nana Chowk Municipal School. Chairperson. Marg. 12. Indian Association for Promotion of Adoption and Child Welfare 7. Opp. Kashtakari Sanghatana 3. Chembur. 3. 22. Child Welfare Committee Chembur Children’s Home. Saki Vihar Road. Nehru Road. Dr. St. Mumbai 400001. Mumbai 400028. Jerimeri (E). Lower Parel (E). Tilak Nagar. BDD Chaw. Gate No. Mumbai Central (E). Opp. Shalitan Chowki. Andheri Kurla Road. Mumbai 400089. Mumbai 400088. Opp Anushakti Nagar Bus Depot. Bldg. 5th Lane. Beck. Unwala Compound. Survey No. Varje. Mumbai 400055. Postal Colony Road. Chembur Children’s Home Sion-Trombay Road. Directorate of Health Services Government of Maharashtra. Behind YMCA. Mumbai 400010. Mumbai. India Sponsorship Committee Mathuradas Estate Bldg. Mumbai 400071. Mumbai. Near Grant Road Station. Kachra Vahatuk Shramik Sangh Shanta Jog Marg. 177 . Yezdeh Behram. District Thane. Forum Against Child Sexual Exploitation. Cottongreen. Kurla (W). Lower Parel (E). 1st Floor. Sector-12.. Thane (W). Campus. Anushankti Bus Depot. Disha Kendra Akata (Ekta) Coop Society. St. Navi Mumbai. Vijay Nagar. Fort. Sion (W). Kurla (W). Administrative Building.M Joshi Marg. Mumbai. Near Asian Games Village. Mumbai 400007. 1st Floor. Shahid Bhagat Singh Road. Family Court Bandra Kurla Complex. Radhika Residency. Kshitij Mental Health Centre. Mumbai 400004. Phase II. Yerawada. Integrated Rural Health Development Programme Aghai Village. Maharashtra. Opp. Mathurdas Vasanji Road. Behind Tilak Nagar. Powai Campus. B (PT). Agripada Municpal School. Opp. Freire Bridge. Jan Jagruti 21/6. Mumbai 400007. R. Pune 411006. Purav Marg. Dainik Dinman Office.D Belapur. Near N.D’emllo Road. Salt Pan Road. Nana Chowk. Mankhurd. Colaba Causeway.B. Malyan Dahanu Road. Mazgaon. Sector 3A. Kanara House.1. Mahatma Phule Nagar. Deccan College Road. 43/45. Khetwadi BMC School. Chembur (E). Azad Maidan and CST Area. V . Mumbai 400071. Mumbai 400071. Chembur.M. The Police Ground. Door Step School 2nd Floor. Koshish Homelessness Unit. New Delhi 110049. P. Nerul (W).. Family Welfare Agency Near BDD Chawl No. District Raigad. C/o Saathi. Jan Jagruti 153/5. Mumbai 400072 . Opp. Mumbai 400071.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Bombay Institute for Deaf and Mute Nesbit Road. No. Chembur. Panvel Taluka. 1. No. Indian Association for Promotion of Adoption and Child Welfare 40. Tilak Nagar (W). 10. Mumbai 400055. Plot No. Mogul Lane. Low Level. YMCA Swimming Pool. Shahpur Jat. Humsafar Trust 3rd Floor. Female Beggars’ Home Complex Postal Colony Road. G4 Ground Floor. Old BMC Bldg. 401602. Mumbai 400011. Insight Foundation 125. Mumbai 400050. Hari Masjid Lane. 247/14B. CTS 46. Jagruti Kendra C/o. Mumbai.M. Opp.
Andhra Pradesh. Victoria Garden. Adarsh Apt. 7. Prayas Mumbai Central Prison (Young Male Adult Section). Assam 783370. Mumbai. SHARE 16/A. Vijay Nagar. Shraddha Rehabilitation Foundation Shraddha Manosarovar. Salt Pan Road. Matru Smriti. Near Swami Narayan Temple. Mumbai 400103. Off New Link Road. Mahim (W). Field Action Project. Ground Floor. Mumbai 400002. NCDHR 8/1. Wadala (E). Visakhapatnam. Thane (W). New Delhi 110008. Marg. Baganshali Post & District. Gilder Lane Municipal School. Mumbai 400050. Niramaya Health Foundation Head Office : 72/B Kamagar Nagar. Prayas Thane District Legal Services Authority. 34.. Golibar Road. BMC Holestic Mother and Child Care Center. Prayas Kasturba Mahila Vasatigruha.. 3rd Floor. Dahisar (E) Mumbai 400068. V. Fort. Flat no. Mumbai Central Station. Salam Balak Trust P. Jain Society Sion (W). Project Crayon Galla No. Dadar (E). Mumbai. Goregaon (E). Districtrict Rajsamand. Mumbai 400088. Farooque Umarbhouy Lane. Opp. Mumbai 400011. Prayas TISS Byculla District Prison. W/No. NEDAN Foundation Ward No. Near Guruwani Industrial Estate. Krishna Nagar .T. Sayeed House Building. Trombay. Martins Road. Shelter Don Bosco Opp. Mumbai 400008. 4-7 and C/1-1/16-17. Self Employed Women’s Association SEWA Reception Centre. East Point Colony. Mumbai Central. Chembur. Mumbai 400031. Wadala. 530002 Andhra Pradesh. Haji Habib Bldg. Opp. Adharwadi. Hazarimal Somani Marg. Anand Bazar. St. Naandi Foundation 202. Prayas Room #49. Railway Station-Rajahmundry 501. Room No. Prayas Kalyan Districtrict Prison. Mumbai 400036. Ghar Banao Andolan. 63/65. 153/5. Point of View B 303. 2nd Floor. Sawarsai. Opposite Eskay Resorts. Old Address : 16-B. Welfare Street Children Centre. Near Sandhurst Railway Station. Dhanoanagar. Sane Guruji Marg. Mumbai 400011. Old Jail Road. Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission 9. Udaipur 313004. District Thane. Bandra (W). Room 22/30. Parel. Lawsons Bay Colony. Post Brar. Kalyan (W). Vishakapatnam. Orissa. PAJHRA Sahityarathi Path. Mumbai 400014. Mumbai 400063. Muskaan C/o M. Hatimata. Slum Rehabilitation Society Swapna Safalya Bldg. Taluka – Pen. Thane 400602. A-Wing. Fariyas 143 August Kranti Marg. Mumbai 400037. Opp. Mines Minerals and People and Samata D. Krishna Niwas Naigaon. Mumbai. Mumbai 400022. Mumbai 400088. Prayas Navjeevan Mahila Vastigruha. Mumbai. Mumbai 400012. Atlanta Estate. Kurla (E). Post Talcher Thermal. Naigoan Cross Road. MESCO 4. Observation Home Umerkhadi. Kurupam Castle. Borivali (W). Janmabhoomi Marg. 8. Next to Asha Sandan. Thane (W) 400602. Clare Road. Mumbai. Umerkhadi. Antop Hill. Harishankar Joshi Marg. Navchetna C/o. Cheeta Camp. National Alliance for People’s Movement Ghar Bachao. Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC). Rajasthan. Parivartan Shikshan Sanstha C/o Mr. District Raigad 402107. 178 . Prof. Bandra (W). Mumbai 400016 . Mumbai 400001. YMCA Swimming Pool. 47. Deonar. Sewa Mandir Old Fatehpura. Mumbai Central (E).S. Kokrajhar. Byculla. Ground Floor. Saathi NGO Saathi Girls Project Agripada Municipal School. Mumbai 400022. Prayas 9/1 BDD Chawls. Mumbai 400018. Hill Road. Resource Cell for Juvenile Justice Tata Institute of Social Sciences. Ganapati Nagar. Second Floor. No. Regional Mental Hospital Thane Mental Hospital. 61. Tezpur 784001. Mumbai. Entrance on St. PATH Health Centre C/H2. Worli. Dadar (E). Meljol Gilderlane Municipal School. Programme Management Unit Jalaram Kripa. 27th Road. Rushabh Mehta. Off. Dadar. A-wing. Dhawale Memorial Trust. Parivartan 21/6. Navi Mumbai. Mumbai 400014. Rizvi House. 3. 1st Floor. NERSWN Near Law College. Mumbai 400009.: 205. Rajasthan. Bhadra. Ahmedabad 380001. Thane Districtrict and Sessions Court. Mumbai 400009. Western Express Highway. Sahyog B3.No 14-37-9 . Vidya Rao. Santacruz (E). 1st Floor.L. Mumbai 400071. Asha Sadan Marg. Manavikata Orissa Shramik Union. Seth GS Medical College and KEM Hospital Acharya Donde Marg. Postal Colony Road. Mazdoor Kissan Shakti Sangathan Village Devdoongri. Court Building. Maharanipetha.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Maharashtra Mahila Parishad Koparkhairane. Joseph High School. Post & District Kokrajhar 783370. District Angul. South Patel Nagar.
Collector Colony. Canara Business Centre. Mumbai 400043. M. Sector 9-A.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 SNEHA A-18. Govandi. Mumbai 400088. Plot No. Kharghar. Andheri (E). Vashi. Mumbai. Dr. Opp. D’mello Road. Mumbai 400059. Road. Plot 52. Opp. Mumbai 400071. Society for Awareness. Helen Keller Institute for Deaf & Deaf Blind CC 1. Near Abhudaya Bank. Mumbai 400029. Marol. Kharghar. Tata Memorial Hospital Dr. Prem Nagar. Field Action Project. Jogeshwari (E). Shil Mahape Road. Ahilya Holkar Marg. Airoli. Mumbai 400014. Sector 20. Via-Mod Ka Nimbahera. 179 . Paaraplegic Foundation Plot 4. CIDCO Community Center. Mumbai 400088 HUM Tata Institute of Social Sciences. 2nd Floor. Mumbai 400060. Mumbai 400086. Asha CBR. 309. Chembur. Room # 14/15. Mumbai 400026. Social Welfare Department Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation. 2nd Floor. Navi Mumbai 410210. 2. YUVA Room 5 & 6. Near Maa Hospital/Near Fine Arts Society. Indian Association for Promotion of Adoption and Child Welfare 40. Opposite Tardeo AC Market. Govandi. Research & Education In Cancer (ACTREC). Mahalaxmi. Family Service Centre Eucharistic Congress Bld No. Hyderabad. Thane Mental Hospital Thane (W). Amrut Nagar. Victoria Memorial Blind School. Tardeo. Vinimay Trust Tarun Sadan Hostel. 5 Convent Street. Sevadaan Special School Plot No. Motili Bai Street. Janshakti Police Station. Mumbai 400004. Santacruz (E). Vashi. Ambedkar Road. Stree Mukti Sanghatana Parisar Bhagini Vikas Sangh. Ghatkopar Link Road. Off Gokhale Road South. Society for Environment and Human Development (SHED India) Church Street. Chakala. Mumbai 400075. Navi Mumbai 400703. Thane (W) 400601. P. OWE Village. Andhra Pradesh. Districtrict Bhilwara. IInd Floor. DWCRA. Mary’s High School. SUNBEAM Zaveri Building. Vakola. Sector 18. Shivaji Nagar. Navi Mumbai. Vidya Vardhini Foundation Trust Jawaharlal Nehru Seva Sadan.A. 400602. Bhulabhai Desai Road. New Jalvayu Vihar. Manav Foundation Atlas Mills Compound. Mumbai 400076. Sector 22. Koperkairane. 24/26. Anthony’s Road. Tata Memorial Centre Advanced Centre for Treatment. Reay Road Station. Girgaum. Khadye Marg. Mumbai 400071. BMC Bldg. Mumbai Central Stn. Urban Health Centre of Nair Hospital Shivaji Nagar. SHARAN Society for Rehabiliation of Paraplegics. Near Bank of India. 3-Heritage Building. Ghatkopar (E). Mumbai 400004. Saraswati Vidyalaya. 500 080. VPO-Sirdiyas Tahsil-Mandal. Mumbai 400034. Navi Mumbai. Mumbai 400012. New Naigaon Municipal School. TTC. K. Mumbai 400071. Kalina. Districtrict Chirang (BTAD) Assam 783380. Rukhmani Ben Amrutlal Seth Shartul Gurukul Centre. Chembur. First Floor. Santacruz (E). Mumbai 400034. 243. Mumbai 400093. Special Cell for Women and Children Dadar Police Station. Dadar (W). SUPPORT 3rd Floor. Udangshree Dera Vill Rowmari. Byculla. Parel. Near Jaffrey High School. Above Dena Bank. Dadar (E). Mumbai 400055. Opp. Near Police Station. Near Maratha Mandir. YWCA Opp. Plot No. M. Vakola Market. IN SOCIAL WORK IN DISABILITY STUDIES AND ACTION All India Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Haji Ali. Girgaon. Home for Children with Mental Retardation Mankhurd. Snehasadan Behind Holy Family Church. Andheri (E). SP Rural Office Near Kalva Bridge. St. Mazgaon. 77. Mumbai 400001. District Raigad 402107. Mahakali Caves Road. St. Taluka – Pen. Khetwadi BMC School. Opp. Lotus Colony. Govandi. Navi Mumbai. Lower Tank Bund. Navi Mumbai 400710. Harmony and Equal Rights (SAHER) Opp. Cheshire Home Near Sacred Heart Church. 3. Ghatkopar (W). Hindmata. 5th Lane. PO Khagrabari (via Bongaigaon). I-Sector. Vidya Rao. Rochiram Thadani School 64/65.G. Stree Mukti Sangathana Sector 3. Cheeta Camp Trombay. Mumbai 400010. Rajasthan. Bldg. SPJ Sadhana School Sophia College Campus. Vishwajyot High School Plot No. Accountability and Transparency Department of Rural Development. Raja Ram Mohan Roy Road. Navchetna C/o. VMS Learning Centre C/o. Prof. Navi Mumbai 400708. Mumbai 400043. Canossa School. World Vision India Mumbai-Thane Project. Society for Social Audit. Apanalaya 889/896. Urudu Municipal School. Mumbai 400028. E. Mumbai 400011. National Society for Equal Opportunities for the Handicapped Postal Colony Road. Mumbai. Borges Marg. Deonar. Chembur Camp. Navi Mumbai.. 14. Sawarsai.
317. Mumbai 400022. B-Sector. Adivasi Mukti Sangathan Sendhwa. Augustine School. Road No. District Anugul. Thanagazi. Patliputra Colony. Lane 8. Verma Complex. Dahanu Road. YWCA Opp. Room No. Near Horse Shoe Building. Odisha Jan Adhikar Morcha At/Post Titilagarh. Mumbai 400011. (Near Railway Line). Orissa. Kasegaon. At & Post Anandwan 442 914.I. Po.P. Buddha Colony. Maharashtra. Nerul. Kashtkari Sangathan 3 Yezdeh Behram. District Thane. Rajasthan . Achalpur. Siamsinpawlpi GHQ Churachandpur. Belapur. Tal. Motili Bai Street. Vijayanagar Colony. Bihar. Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences Campus X. Dahanu 401 602. Residency Road. Vocational Rehabilitation Centre A. District West Singhbhum. Maharogi Sewa Samiti Warora. Lokparyay 4 B. District. Maharashtra. Bihar. District Angul. Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan Village Devdungri. Patna 800 013. Seva Mandir Old Fatehpura. Ahmednagar 414001. Tahsil Warora. District Rajsamand 313 341. Maharashtra. Near Mataji Mandir. Purav Marg. Ranchi 834009. 556 B. Behind Market Yard. V. Swami Brahmanand Pratisthan Centre for Mentally Challenged 8A-Artist Village. IN SOCIAL WORK IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT Action Aid Building No. KIIT University. Disha De-Addiction-cum-Rehabilitation Centre. Behind St. Main Road. Orissa. CHS International. Meghalaya. Manavyakta Talcher Thermal. Maharashtra.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Skill and Abilities School Sector 11. Udaipur 313 004. Post Barar. Ahmi Amachya Arogya Saathi Kurkheda District Gadchiroli. Aurangpura. Tarun Bharat Sangh Tarun Ashram. Bihar. 180 . District Gadchiroli 442 710. Rajasthan. Mahila Rajsatta Andolan Sector 9.N. Talcher.B. Thorat Bldg. Maharashtra. Odisha 767 033.A. Navi Mumbai. Opp. HIV and AIDS Home Based Care Project Churchandpur 795 128. Maharashtra. Post Chakradharpur. 114. M. CDOT 6th Floor. Bheekampura Kishori. 2. SRT Officer. Manchar. EKJUT Plot No. MITTRA – BAIF District Nashik. Adivasi Chetna Andolan Ganpati Nagar. Watershed Organisation Trust Paryavaran Behind Market Yard. C. Row house 4.D. Society for Rural Industrialisation Bariatu. Raigad 410 217. Navi Mumbai 400614. MAST Patna. ISIS Foundation Nepal. OXFAM Patna. District Thane. Astha Sansthan C/o Astha Training Centre. Chetna Andolan Chamiyala. Ghansali. Pashan. Payal Cooperative Housing Society. Byculla. Aurangabad 431001. District Tehri Garhwal. Jharkhand 833 102. Shramik Mukti Sangathana Taluka Murbad. Sashwat Opp. Potka. Lok Biradari Prakalp At. Manipur. Smurti Theater. Hyderabad 500 057. Anand Bazaar. W-Singhbhum. TRTC Chaibasa. Maharshtra. District Chandrapur. District Usmanabad. Patna 1. Bhubaneswar. Uttarakhand. Saath District Latur. Shillong 7930 001. 607. Sion. Dahanu Road. National Centre for Advocacy Studies Serenity Complex. Rajasthan. State Director. Pune 411 021. Near Maratha Mandir. Manipur 795 128. Meghalaya. Krantiveer Babuji Patankar Lokshastriya Sanshodhan va Prabodhan Sanstha Near Dak Bungalow. NEICORD Shillong 793 003. Talcher Thermal. Road No. Kashatakari Sanghatana Malyan. Block Bhilangana. New Panvel. Post Bhamragad. CNI SSI. Antodaya Trust Block Parbatta. Pune 410 503. Patna 800 001. District Bolangir. Sadar. Megh Pyne Abhiyan Bihar. Hemalkasa. District Sangli. Bihar. KHOJ Yashwant Bhavan.. District Khagaria. C/4. Kathi Road. Team Leader Impulse NGO Network Lower Lachumiere. Madhya Pradesh Andur Taluka – Tuljapur. Boring Road. District Amravati 444 806. Jharkhand. Alwar 22. CBD Belapur 400 614. Pranav Plaza. Ramnagar Colony. Sarvahara Jan Aandolan B-202. Near Kairali. Campus. District Thane. At. Udaipur. Rajasthan. Chhota Bedla. Mataji Road. Near NMDC. Andhra Pradesh State Office & WWF-India 818 Castle Hills. Jharkhand. Mumbai Central Stn. Gaurkheda Kumbhi. Nagpur 440 001.
Kurla (W). S. Tq. Mahila Rajasatta Andolan RSCD. Royal Hill Society. Kharghar. Second Floor Gilder Lane Municipal School Opposite Mumbai Central Railway Station. New MHADA Colony.A. 52. Majlis Cultural Centre Christina Apt (Opp. Mumbai 400071. RH-4. Chembur. Seva Daan. Stree Mukti Sanghatana Chembur Office (Right from Chembur Naka) Ramabai Ambedkar Municipal Hospital Courtyard 181 .B. Plot No. Goregaon (E). Lane 8. Aditi Kurla Tobacco &Tea Centre. Sion Trombay Road. opp. 243 Diamond Garden. CORO Near Suman Nagar container yard. NAPM A Wing First Floor.D.. CEHAT Survery No. Haji Habib Building. Bhandup (W). Near NNP 1 and 2. Karjat. Benzolo Complex. Mumbai Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan 35 B. Pratishtha/Prerana D-61/34. Mumbai 400 008. C.2804 &2805 Aaram Society Road. Vakola Santacruz (E). Electronics) Kalian Market Mumbai 400029. Naigaon Cross Road Dadar (E). Sonapur. Department of Women and Child Development Mantralaya Mumbai 400032. Sector-9. Belapur Navi Mumbai 400614. Karjat. IN WOMEN’S STUDIES Aawaz-E-Niswaan 47/1. Near Moreswar Patankar School. Mumbai 400 014.L. Opposite Gokhake School. Ratnaraj Apt. Navi Mumbai 410210. Mumbai 400 078 Ashraya Near OLPS Church Diamond Garden. Dist: Raigad 410201. Chembur. Mumbai 400 070. RKS Room No. Mumbai 400063 . Dr. Sarabai Hasan Ali Roopwala Moreswar Patankar Marg.Ambedkar Chowk. Disha 5. Darga Road. C-4.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 M. Suman Nagar. Mumbai 400055.
Sasmita Palo Prof. Asha Banu Soletti Dr. IN DEVELOPMENT STUDIES A Comparative Study of Different Micro Finance Institutions in West Bengal A Study of Rural–Urban Migrants in the City of Delhi: The Human Rights Perspective A Study of the Urban Poor in Navapada. Sandhya Rani Mr. Kabul. Isha Pungaliya Mr. Caieta D’Souza Ms. P. Sindhuja Dr. S.N. on the Local Environment. Arvind Tiwari Mr. Vinaya Padmanabhan Ms. Pooja Dhawan Mr. Paras Sharma Ms.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Research Projects of Master’s Degree Students Title of the Project Name of Student Guide M. Sujata Sriram Dr. Lanjigarh (Orissa). Sandhya Limaye M. Siva Raju Dr. Siva Raju 182 . A Study of Poumai Naga Tribe Developmental Outcome of JNNURM under its Program Basic Services to Urban Poor: A Case Study of Pimpri Chinchwad City Fashion. Sonalika Chaturvedi Ms. Jenisha Borah Ms Ayesha Maria Mualla Ms. Madhushree Sekher Dr.A. Vartika Singh Mr. Beauty and Teenage Anxiety: A Study of School Girls’ Responses in Lucknow Food Scape: The Changing Dynamics of Food Habits and Culinary Culture in Kolkata Food Security in a Food Deficient State: An Analysis of the Public Distribution System in Kerala Gender Issues and Involuntary Displacement: A Study in Singrauli (Madhya Pradesh) Human Rights Violation in Assam: A Case Study of Secret Killings and AFSPA ILM: Study of Madrasah Education in Latur District Impact of Vedanta Alumina Refinery. Shruthi Cyriac Ms. Noli Nivedita Tirkey Mr. Afghanistan Ms. Hitoho Sumi Mr. Ranjani Ravi Ms. Ramakumar Prof.A. Sanjay Gandhi National Park A Study of Women in Higher Education: Identities. Samta Pandya Dr. IN COUNSELLING An Exploration into the Counseling Process: The Counselor’s Perspective An Exploratory Study of Perception of Mental Illness among the General Practitioners in Maharashtra Conjugal Traditions. Aspirations and Experiences A Study on Rural–Urban Migration in Chhatarpur District of Bundelkhand Region of Madhya Pradesh Availability and Utilisation of Reproductive Health Services among the Tribal Adolescent Married Girls: A Study in Jharkhand. Abdul Shaban Ms. Sharma Dr. T. Samapti Guha Prof. Christianity. Arindam Banerjee Ms. R. Jayaraman Dr. Chetan Nerkar Ms. Prajakta Naringrekar Ms. Faridullah Farahmand Dr. Anjali Monteiro Dr. Democracy and Development in Contemporary Nagaland: A Study in Dimapur Cleaning Delhi: Who Paid the Price Corporate Social Responsibility: A Tool to Development Crime: A Celebration in Bollywood Development in Conflict Situation. Abdul Shaban Prof. S. Nandini Manjrekar Prof. R. Shilpa Phadke Ms. Raile Rocky Ms. Suneel Ahirwar Ms. Smruthi Nair Mr. Shilpa Phadke Dr. Parthasarathi Mondal Dr. Sujata Sriram Prof. Manjula Bharathy Ms. Priya Prabhakar Tayde Ms. Srabashi Ray Ms. Ruby Yadav Ms. Siva Raju and Prof. Change and Conformity: Perceptions on Marriage and Prospects for Marriage Counselling in the Small Christian Community Construction of Homosexuality amongst the Middle Aged in the Mumbai City Male Body Image: A Study of Young Adults in Mumbai Marriage and Family: Perception of Institutionalised Orphan Girls Role of Family in the Academic Performance of Students of Middle School The Counsellors Experiences of the Counselling Process Ms. Shray Mehta Ms. Shankar Das Dr. Parthasarathi Mondal Prof. Disha Nawani Dr. Shilpa Phadke Dr. Swarnima Bhargava Mr. Devika Singh Ms. S. Economy and Society Migration to a New Settlement: A Study in District 17. Shruti Dhapola Mr.M. Vidya Rao Dr.
HIV/AIDS Counselling Component. Sandhya Iyer Mr. Delhi Interface between the Government Response DRM and DRR: A Case Study of Madhepura District of Bihar Ms.K. Ashwini T. Sharma. Abdul Shaban Prof. Samrat Sinha 183 . and Resettlement Colony.D.N. Guru Balamurugan Mr. Janki Andharia Mr.D. Akanksha Pandey Ms. Mahesh Kamble Ms. Paaritosh Nath Ms.N. A. Palamu. Aditya Ray Mr. Mumbai Public–Private Partnership in Healthcare Sector: Case Study of the Central Government Health Scheme Resettlement of the Urban Poor in Delhi Revisiting Tezibazar Town in Varanasi Region: Emerging Issues and Perspectives Social Policy and Democracy: An Exploratory Study of the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act Socio-Cultural Impact of Tourism: A Case study of Manali Town Stress amongst Police Constables and its Impact on Their Family: A Study in West Champaran District of Bihar The Lucknow Chikan Craft in the Global Era Youth and their Employment Opportunities: A Study in Aurangabad City Name of Student Ms. Dr. Nasrin Faqiry Mr. Samrat Sinha Dr. Shivani Gupta Ms. Durgesh Solanki Mr. Victoria Carlota Moreno Manrique Ms. Deepshikha Purwar Ms. Parthasarathi Mondal Dr. Suguna Nair Ms.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Title of the Project Monitoring & Evaluation in the Changing Aid Paradigm: A Recipient’s Perspective—Case Study of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS. India Perceptions on Children’s Work Performance Analysis of Self Help Groups in the State of Assam Policy Innovation in MGNREGA: A Case Study of Banking Correspondent Political Economy of Livelihoods in a Forested Area: A Study of Sakhra Village. Ashwani Kumar Mr. A. Parama Bhattacharya and Dr. Jacquleen Joseph Dr. Parthasarathi Mondal Prof. Jayprakash Sharma Ms. Arvind Tiwari Prof. S. Tarini Warner Mr. Dahanu Poverty Alleviation through Women Empowerment: A Case Study of Indira Kranti Patham (IKP) in Medak District of Andhra Pradesh Poverty Among Muslims: A Study in Govandi. Singh Dr.A. Animesh Prakash Ms. Parthasarathi Mondal Prof. Sangeeta Rajkhowa Mr. IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT Armed Conflcit and Public Health Outcome: A Case Study of Manipur Assess the Challenges Posed by Groundwater Pollution on Public Health: GIS Approach Community Based Initiative for Ensuring Food Availability: Sustainability of the Village Grain Banks. Shreya Sinha Mr. 2008 District Administration Response to Emergency: Case Study of Bhairaich Flood (2009) Drought Policy of Maharashtra Earthquake Hazard Assessment of Afghanistan Examining Traditional Alternate Livelihood Interventions Post Tsunami Among Women from the Fishing Community in Nagapattinam Impact of Disasters on Armed Conflict: Case Study of Indian Ocean Tsunami.SC. Dr. Mahesh Kamble Mr.K. Dr.J. R. Guru Balamurugan Dr. Rohit Mutatkar. Madhushree Sekher Dr. Parama Bhatacharya and Dr. Prof. Sharma Mr. Kunal Singh Mr. R. Abdul Haleem Kidwai Ms. Round 7. Bino Paul G. Krantideep Kamble Ms. Paul George Ms.N. Samrat Sinha Ms. Sharma and Dr. Dipty Nisha Dr. Singh Dr. Ketaki Hate Ms. Soma Sinha Prof. Monisha Israni Ms. Bino Paul G. Jharkhand Detection of Changes and Alternative Methods in Cropping Pattern After 2008 Kosi Flood in Parts of Madhepura Region Using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques Distribution Network Designs in Relief Chain Management: Government’s Response to Kosi Floods. Tan Hwee Teng Robyn Guide Ms. Snehil Rathore Mr. Pradeep Chaurasia Mr. Ashwani Kumar Dr./M. Bhoopnarayan Yadav Mr. R. Tuberculosis and Malaria. 2004 in Indonesia and Sri Lanka Impact of Slum Resettlement on Livelihood in Bhalswa J. Gangawane Dr. Siva Raju M. Brinelle D’Souza Ms.
Guru Balamurugan Dr. Jacquleen Joseph Dr./M. Laxmi Kant Dwivedi Prof. Aditya K. Biswaranjan Tripura Dr. Anil Kumar Mr. Sangeeta Roy Ms. Amit Prakash Dr. Samrat Sinha Dr. Beredar and Kanjur Communities In Mumbai Understanding the Educational Experiences of Indigenous Youth: Case Studies from Tripura Ms. Suchismita Swain Mr. Karishma Makeshwar Dr. Aditi Madan Guide Dr. Shibu K.G.A. Maharashtra Towards Better Management of Natural Disasters: Enhancing Disaster Management Framework in Manipur Water Governance in Disaster Risk Reduction: A Case Study of Melghat Name of Student Ms. Saswata Sanyal Mr. Samrat Sinha Dr. Prajakta Naringrekar Ms. Samrat Sinha Mr.D. Ankit Jaiswal Ms. Janki Andharia Mr. Deepak Yadav Ms. Mani Dr. Guru Balamurugan Dr. Wankhede Dr. Rakeshkumar Nagose Mr. G.A. Dalthanglien Gangte Ms. Gajanan Deshpande Ms. IN HABITAT POLICY AND PRACTICE Background Document on a Plan for City to Reduced Need for External Water Supply Citizens Without A City: An Exploratory Study of Everyday Practices Amongst Invisible Migrants of H. Aahna Srikanth Mr. Anusri Mishara Ms. Leena Abraham Prof. Akansha Agarwal Mr.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Title of the Project Land Use/Land Cover Change Detection Due to Urbanisation Using GIS Techniques and Remote Sensing.Sc. Amita Bhide Dr Bino Paul G. Paroj Banjerjee Mr. Challenges and the Way Ahead To Study Impact of Poverty on Nutritional Status of Children (0–5 yrs) in Thane District. East Ward Mumbai. Singh Dr. Delhi) for Effective Disaster Risk Reduction Spatial Transition and Risk-Vulnerability Associated with it: A Study in Metro City Mumbai. Mr. Abhay Junaghare Prof. A. ‘M’ Ward Supply Chain Management Strategies and their Applicability in Humanitarian Supply Chain: An Exploratory Case Study of Relief and Rehabilitation Cell. Demobilisation and Reintegration (DRR) Programme in Conflict Situations: Feasibility. Guru Balamurugan and Dr. Disha Nawani Dr. Nishant Buragohain Dr. Disha Nawani Prof. Mahesh Kamble Dr. Government of Maharashtra Sustainability of Community-Based Disaster Risk Reductions (CBDRR) Programme: The Case of Duryug Pratirodh Samiti (DPS) in Dhemaji District of Assam The Introduction of the Disarmament. Madhushree Sekhar Mr. Coping with Water Shortages: Case Study of Akola City Mr. Subodh Wagle 184 . Vikramjit Lama Dr. Ratoola Kundu Prof. Mahesh Kamble M. Lynette Phillips Mr. Geeta Thatra Mr. Manish Jain M. Mr. IN EDUCATION (ELEMENTARY) Being In and Out of School: A Study of Experiences of School Drop-Outs Impact of Armed Conflict on Afghan Women Medical Profession and Patriarchy: A Study of Women Surgeons Parental Choice in Selecting Primary Schools in Lucknow Role of Family in the Academic Performance of Students of Middle School (Class–V) Sexing the Bars: An Exploratory Study of Sexual Labour by Women of Bedia. Subodh Wagle Dr. Mohammad Khalid Habibi Ms. Guru Balamurugan Mr. Vishal Vasvani Ms. Nandini Manjrekar Dr. Yamuna River: A Study in Delhi Metro City Mangrove Destruction and its Impact on Fishing Community of Mumbai: Remote Sensing and GIS Approach Mapping of Different Types of Conflict Related Incidents in Manipur using GIS Techniques Mapping Road Traffic Crashes using GIS: A Case Study of Navi Mumbai Municipal Solid Waste Management in Agra City: Analysing the Efficiency of MSWM Cycle and Exploring Health Issues of Workers Involved NGO Management and Disaster Response: A Case Study of Oxfam India Operational Limits and Opportunity in Humanitarian Logistics: A Case Study Response to Swine Flu: A Case Study of Mumbai Social Vulnerability Assessment of Naharpur Village (North-West.K. Padma Velaskar Dr.
Sangeeta Banerji Guide Dr. Sharit K. Varsha Ayyar Prof. Geetanjoy Sahu Mr. Lord Wasim Reza Dr. Anuj Anthony Ekka Dr. Binit Lakra Mr. Rini Fernandes Mr. Kanchan Mukherjee Dr. N. S. Nishu Mr. Sanjeev Chandorkar Dr.A.A. Kanchan Mukherjee 185 . Shankar Das Dr. Neha Yadav Ms. Sharit K. Amita Bhide Dr. C. Lalit Chakma Mr. Toppo Prof. Santosh Pundlik Waghmare Mr. Rajendra Kumar Acharya Ms. Nikhil George Mr. Sawant Prof. Sonal Dhir Ms. Planning Displacement in Cities — Mega Infrastructure Projects: A Case study of Mumbai International Airport Expansion Understanding the Role of the ‘Mega Project’ in making the ‘World Class City’: The case of the Sabarmati Riverfront Development Project Name of Student Ms. Shashank Kumar Ms. Amita Bhide Mr. S. Varsha Ayyar Prof. S. Sharada Bangera Prof. Sawant Prof. Venkatesh Kumar Dr. Bhowmik Prof. Rajesh Kumar Mr. Venkatesh Kumar Dr. E. Sharit K. Sawant Dr. Lokhande Vikrant Sudhakar Pramilla Ms.T.T. Yesudian Dr. Bhowmik Prof. Nair Vijayalakshmi Mr. E. Bhowmik MASTER OF HEALTH ADMINISTRATION A Healthcare Expenditure of Urban Poor: A Study in a Slum of Mumbai A Study of Alternative Healing Beliefs and Practices in Jharkhand A Study of Household Expenditure on Diagnosed Cases of Type-2 Diabetes Mellitus in Purnee Commissionaire of Bihar A Study of Public Private Partnership (PPP) Model of PHC in Tamil Nadu Dr. Amita Bhide Dr. Varsha Ayyar Dr. Toppo Dr. Sanjeev Chandorkar Dr. Srikumar Jena Mr. Toppo Dr. Padmashree Parulekar Ms. Venkatesh Kumar Prof.T. Chinchwad.K. Raj Anandrao Sardar Ms.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Title of the Project Demand Based Approach to Rajiv Awas Yojana: A Case Study of Ahmedabad Generating Social Housing Through Market Based Mechanisms Identifying Factors Determining Risks: Perception of the Investment in Urban Water Sector Implementation of Solid Waste Management: A Case Study of Bubhaneshwar Issues and Debates in Introducing Independent Regulatory Authorities from India’s Urban Water Supply Sector Issues In Institutionalising Participation in Urban Local Governance: A Case Study of Pimpri. Arun Jithendra M Prof. Goutam Kumar Vikhyat Mr. IN GLOBALISATION AND LABOUR Does the Retail Sector Provide a Ladder for Equality or Does it Further Ghettoize Women into Low Wage. Martha Arnold Lwitiko Mr. Anjni Sharma Ms. Low Productivity Jobs Enhancing Work Life Balance through Trade Unions: A Study on IT and BPO Industry Impact of Globalisation on Trade Unions of Financial Sector: A Case Study from Financial Sectors of Brazil and India Industrial Relation Scenario in Automotive Industry in NCR Region: Focus on Wage Predicament of Seafarer’s Life and the Role of Union within the Context of National Union of Seafarer’s of India Socioeconomic Condition of Construction Workers: Focus on Naka Workers and Construction Workers of Delhi Street Vending in India an South Africa Technology in the Banking Industry: Impact on Workers in Germany The Role of Workers Education in Promoting Decent Work: A Case Study of South African Trade Union The Unorganised Workers of the Shipbreaking Downstream Industries: Focus on Alang and Darukhana Trade Union Situation in Nepal with Special Focus to Finance Sector: An Industrial Relation Perspectives Wage and Gender Implications Among Domestic Worker: A Case of Domestic Workers in Delhi Women In Organised Retail Sector In India: A Decent Work Perspective Women’s Experiences of the Collapse of Mumbai’s Textile Industry Workers Participation In Management Ms. E. Aarti Ms. Lalitha Kamath Dr. Gayatri V. Ratoola Kundu M. Ms. Sanjay Khandhar Ms.
V. Srinivasan Selvamani Mukeshkumar Singh Dr. Maharashtra. C. Mathew George Dr. Soumitra Ghosh Prof. Mathew George Dr. Parag Balu Chaudhari Ms. Anil Kumar Prof. Mathew George Mr. Anil Kumar Dr. K. Sivaramakrishnan 186 . Supe Dr. Sandeep Abasaheb Chavan Dr. Chetan Anand Walawalkar Dr. Orissa Comparision between the Treatment of Renal Calculi in Allopathic and Homoeopathic System of Medicine Cost and Effectivements Analysis of the Preventive Maintenance System for the Cold Chain Equipments (CCEs) Used in the VIP: A Case Study in the State of West Bengal Exploratory Study on Sexual Health Behaviour and Utilisation Patterns in Tribal Women of Korva Tribe Factors Affecting Screening for STIS amongst MSM in Mumbai Health Care Expenditures of Urban Poor: A Study of a Slum in Delhi Internal Migration. Gowri MASTER OF HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION A Study on the Effect of Public Relation Activities of Hospital on Patient Hospital Choice Decision Application of Lean Principles Hospital Processes Brand Recognition and Designing Promotional Strategies for Hospital Services Dr. K. Madhur Garg Dr. Niharika Tiwari Dr. Social Integration and Psychological Stem: A Study in Suburban Mumbai Knowledge. Maharashtra Role of RSBY in Providing Quality Health Care to the Poor: A Study in Delhi Region Study of Implementation of Anaemia Control Programme among Adolescent Girls and Pregnant Women in Thane District Study of the Impact of Social Determinants: Early Life. Khyati Tiwari Mr. India To Study the Cost Effectivness of Cervical Cancer Screening and its Treatment in Mumbai Utilisation of Health Care Services by Elderly in Rural Areas Name of Student Mr. Satish Chindhuji Shambharkar Dr. Yesudian Dr. Shankar Das Prof.A. Ravish Sharma Dr. Stress and Social Gradients on the Health Status of Families in Jammu City To Explore the Implementation of the WHO-DAR Action Plan in Some NGOs in the City of Mumbai To Study the Communities Perspectives of User Charges in Public Health Care Setting in Rajasthan. Sachin Anandrao Date Dr. Sushil Govind Apte Dr. Satyasandipani Pradhan Dr. Attitude Practices (KAP) about Sexual Health among MSM in Mumbai Pregnancy Care and Child Birth Practices in Ayurveda Prevalence of Tuberculosis in the Urban Slum of Lucknow (UP): Examining the Role of Community and Household Level Factors Rogi Kalyan Samiti (RKS) and its Impact on Public Health Services. Ankur Aggarwal Dr. Addiction and Social Support on the Health Status of Rural Families of Murbad Taluka in Thane District.K. Amit Rajendra Lokhande and Dr. Yesudian Dr. Shankar Das Dr. V. Rahul Dhar Ms. Harshad P. Ranjit Kumar Mandal Dr. Samhita Desai Dr.K. Amit Dhage Dr. Thakur Dr. K. Harshad P.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Title of the Project A Study of Willingness to Pay for a Health Insurance Scheme Among Auto Rickshaw Drivers An Assessment of the Nutritional and Weight Status of Primary School Children of its Relationship with Material Education An Exploratory Study of Ayush in Bhandara district of Maharashtra An Exploratory Study on the Implementation of Gaon Kalyan Samiti Under NRHM in Keonjhar District of Orissa Behaviour of Private Health Care Providers in an Urban Slum in Mumbai Comparative Study of Economic Effect on TB Patients under RNTCP & Non RNTCP Services in Urban Slums of Cuttack. Nagesh Laxman Sonkamble Dr. C. Laxmikant Dwivedi Dr. Avinash N. Hemal Shroff Dr. Mathew George Dr. Thakur Dr. Gowri Dr. Shankar Das Prof. India Study of the Impact of Social Determinants: Work. Kanchan Mukherjee Dr. Priya Kantak Dr. Soumitra Ghosh Dr. Manan Dhananjay Shah Mr. Daisy Badaik Dr. Sujay Bishnu Guide Dr. Kanchan Mukherjee Dr. Kanchan Mukherjee Dr. Astha Gupta Dr.A. Deepti Alle Dr. Anil Kumar Dr. Antaryami Dash Dr. Shankar Das Mr. Shankar Das Dr. Sandeep Pralhad Rathod Dr.
Gowri Dr. V. Mariappan Dr. Ashok Bhatkhande Dr. Sapna Verm Dr. Shankar Das Dr. Kamlesh Ahire Mr. M. Nikhil Yadav Ms. V. Desai Dr. Nikisha Modi Dr. P. Pawan A. Redkar Dr. Thakur Dr. Christable Horo Dr. Gowri Dr. Induction. Jaikishen S. Thakur Dr. Mariappan 187 . V. Jaya Khushalani Dr. Mandar Bodas Dr. Vivek Desai Dr. Orientation and Career Planning) Planning of a Clinical Lab for a Multi-speciality Hospital Planning of an Assisted Reproductive Technologies Centre in Pune Project on Quality Improvement and Gap Analysis of Hospitals as per NABH Guidelines Quality Management System in Government Hospital: A Case Study of Emergency and Casualty Department of Government LTMG Hospital. M. Supe Dr. Lalhmangaih Hauzel Ms. Harshad P. M. Vivek Desai Dr. Mariappan Dr. Rishubh Gupta Mr. Mariappan Dr. Manisha Shah Dr. Gowri Dr. G.R. R. Ashok Bhatkhande Dr. G. Neha Bhagatkar Dr. Training. M. Mariappan Dr. Ashok Bhatkhande Dr. Soumitra Ghosh Dr. Pandurang Bhujang Dr. Deepti Mehtani Ms. Avinash N. Varsha Narendra Dr. Sion Relationship between Employee Job Satisfaction and Performance Strategic Human Resource Recruitment Planning in Hospital Streamlining Operation Theatres for Efficiency Enhancement Study on Lead Time for Surgical Intervention and its Impact on Various Stakeholders Time and Motion Study in the Events and Processes in an EMS of a Tertiary Care Centre Training Need Assessment of Nurses and Development of Training Module for the Same Utilisation of HMIS in a Tertiary Care Hospital and Factors Affecting Utilisation Utilisation of Human Resources in Radio-Diagnosis Department in a Tertiary Care Hospital Utilisation of Lab Services in a Midsize Private Hospital Utilisation of Radiological Services in a Tertiary Hospital Value Chair Analysis of Inventory Name of Student Dr. Rajesh Kamath Ms. Seema Konwar Dr. Bhujang Dr. Kavita Mosalpuria Dr. Selection. Kamble Dr. Harshad P. V. as per NABH Guidelines Personnel Management in Hospitals (Recruitment. V. Priyanka Nagdev Dr. Pracheta Das Dr.Tejaswini Kurhade Dr.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Title of the Project Challenges Faced by Health Insurance Companies in India and How Hospitals Can Improve their System to Smoother Process for All Stakeholders Challenges to Implementation of Quality Standards (NABH) in a Hospital Comparative Analysis of CAP and NABL Accreditations Costing of Laboratory Services Developing a Cost Information System for an Operation Theatre Effective Utilisation of MRI Equipment & Patient Assessment Needs Utilising MRI Service Equipment Planning and Procurement Process an Analysis of the Lead Time Evidence Based Redesigning of ICUs and Guidelines for their Design Facility Planning of 20 Bedded Ophthalmic Day Care Centre Green Building Concepts and Renewable Technologies for Hospitals: An Economics Evaluation Hospital Preparedness for JCI Accreditation with Respect to Patient Safety Standards Internal Segmentation and Positioning of a Corporate Hospital Marketing Strategy for a Multi Super-Speciality Hospital in Delhi NCR Nursing Care Plans and Perceptions of Nurses about Use of Standardised Computerised Nursing Care Plans through HMIS Patient Safety Programme in Hospitals. Gowri Dr. Srinivas P. More Patil Dr. V. Vivek Desai Dr. M. Kanchan Mukherjee Dr. Lawrence Tozoe Dr. Tiji George Ms. More Patil Dr. Dr. Nidhi Mathew Dr. Gowri Dr. Mariappan Dr. M. Irvind Jote Kaur Guide Mr. Mathew George Dr. Kodiyath Dr. Nitiraj M. Gandhi Dr. M. Sandeep Moolchandani Dr. Mariappan Dr. Harshad P. Thakur Dr. Milan Choksey Dr. Sujata Hankare Dr. Trupti P.
Isha Pungaliya Ms. G. K. Nagesh MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH An Exploratory Study on the Distribution.V.V. Ruchi Dr. Delivery and the Utilisation of Health Services in Bodh Tribe of Himachal Pradesh Behaviour of Private Health Care Providers in an Urban Slum in Mumbai Continuity of Women’s Work. Perception and Treatment Seeking Behaviour of TB in Mothers whose Children are taking TB Treatment under RNTCP in Rural and Urban Varanasi Management of Diarrhoeal Diseases among Infants: A Study in an Integrated Management of Neo-Natal and Childhood Illness Implemented Area Patterns of Morbity and Causes of Under Nutrition among Adolescents in Agrarian Crises Affected Area in Maharashtra Tobacco use among University Students: A Study on the Tobacco use Pattern and Attitudes Towards-Anti Tobacco Laws Dr. Vijayalaxmi Kathawate Dr. V. Nagesh Mr. Harshad Thakur Dr. Sivakami Dr. IN MEDIA AND CULTURAL STUDIES Dhrupad and the Guru Shishya Parampara: Interrogating Musical Transcendence through an Alternative Pedagogical Framework A Land Locked Ark: Salvaged and Created Elements of Tibetan Identity in Exile? Crime: A Celebration in Bollywood Fashion. Ayesha Maria Mualla Ms.A. K. Jayasankar Prof. P. M. Gowri Dr. Amit Dalavi Dr. Determinants and Health Seeking Behaviours of Extra Pulmonary Tuberculosis Patients Registered under RNTCP Programme in Thane District A Comparative Study of Routine Pulmonary Function Testing with DLCD (Diffusion Capacity of Lungs for Carbonmonoxide) in Screening Individuals with Asbestos/Silica Exposure A Study about Risk Perception of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) among College Students in Mumbai A Study of Determinants of Defaulters among TB Patients Registered under RNTCP in Varanasi UP Adherence to Treatment in HTN and CHD (Hypertension and Coronary Heart Diseases) and Socioeconomic Status of Adult Population in Mumbai An Exploratory Study on Women’s Perceptions about Pregnancy. Arindam Banerjee Ms. V. Shilpa Phadke Dr. Gowri Prof. Shikha Khatri Dr. Child Care Support and Child Health in Urban Slum of Uttar Pradesh Coronary Heart Disease: Risk Factor Perceptions and Unrealistic Optimism—A Study in Mumbai Functioning of Anganwadi Centres and its Role in Child Nutrition Knowledge and Perception of Adolescent Boys with Regards to Physical and Mental Development during Adolescence Knowledge.A. Sapna. Shilpa Phadke Ms. Sumeet Pokharnikar Dr. Hemal Shroff Dr. Mathew George Prof. Manjula Bharathy Ms. Shruti Dhapola Mr. Uma Ranade Mr. K. Nair Dr. K. C. Swati Jha Dr. K. Soumya Rastogi Dr. Sivakami Mr. Meera Khokhani Dr. Yesudian Dr. K. Sachin Taware Dr. Preeti Jetty Dr. Dev Choudhuri Ms. Ishani Dasgupta Ms. Mathew George Dr. Ajinkya Shenava Ms. Human Rights Violation in Assam: A Case Study of Secret Killings and AFSPA ILM: Study of Madrasah Education in Latur District Representation of Indian Diaspora in Bollywood Films Tune Out: A study on Traditional Khasi Music Y Politics: Understanding Youth Political Cultures in Mumbai and Media Representation Mr. Kanchan Mukherjee Prof. Harshal Ruikar Dr. Harshad Thakur Dr.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Title of the Project Name of Student Guide M. Pooja Kapoor Dr.V.K. Soumitra Ghosh Dr. M. Laxmi Kant Dwivedi Dr. Anil Kumar 188 . Anil Kumar Dr. Beauty and Teenage Anxiety: A Study of School Girls’ Responses in Lucknow Food Scape: The Changing Dynamics of Food Habits and Culinary Culture in Kolkata. Jenisha Borah Ms. Mayur Gupta Dr. Shrati Thoma Kotian Dr. Shilpa Phadke Mr. Juhi Gautam Mr. Nandini Manjrekar Prof. Anjali Monteiro Ms. Nagesh Mr.
Gordhan K. Maharashtra Small and Medium Scale Enterprise and Social Responsibility Socio-cultural Impact of Present Education System Among Boro People Study of Agricultural Input and Marketing Channels and Analysing Scope for Multipurpose Cooperative in Pandharpur Block Solapur District. P. Ngopuni Dr. Shomita Kundu Ms. Vijay Sandeep Kothawade Ms. Charanya R. Midhu K. Dr. Prosad Sen Ms. IN SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP A Study on Healthcare Service Delivery for Efficiency Improvement Active Ageing in India Business Perspective of Indian Industries Towards Climate Change Case Study on Marketing of Small Scale Enterprises in Senapati District of Manipur Deciphering the Supply Chain Dynamics of Orange Exports in Vidarbha Entrepreneurial Motivation Among Tribals: A Study on Lack of Entrepreneurial Motivation Among Tangkhul Nagas in Manipur Exploring and Analysing Parameters for Public Transportation Usage in Mumbai Exploring the Scope of Measuring Social Change Created by Social Enterprises Green Energy in Small Scale Industries: An Exploratory Case Study Role of ICT in School Education: An Assessment of the Karanja Block. Asawari Ms. C. Rajeev Kunwar Mr. Mohan Ms. Abhishek Thakur Ms. Samapti Guha Prof. IN SOCIAL WORK A Study of Status of Educated Dalit Women in Nasik District. Akshay Kashyap Ms. Maharashtra A Study of Tribal Self Rule in Jharkhand: Case Study of Santals in Santal Parganas A Study of Gender and Quality of Life of Slum Communities in Mumbai (Maharashtra) A Study of MGNREGA and its Impact on Wage and Work Relations A Study on Reproductive Health Status of Married Tribal Adolescent Girls in Jharkhand Adaptation. S.T.D.D.M. Gracy Bhengra Mr.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Title of the Project Name of Student Guide M. Samapti Guha Dr. Bipin Jojo Dr. S. John Basumatary Mr. Laxman Malubai Dasharath Kamble Mr. Chihanring Kashung Mr. Tejasvi Acharya Ms. Prof. Bhagyashri Sanjay Jadhav Ms. Jha Dr. Satyajit Majumdar Dr.D. Prof. Asha Banu Soletti Prof. Kamal Kumar Mr. Satyajit Majumdar Prof. Rejection.A. Sandhya Rani Dr. Satyajit Majumdar Dr.J. Sandeep Mehto Prof. Saritha C. Parasuraman Dr.A. Satyajit Majumdar Dr. Change and Continuity: A Study on the Significance of Religion Among the Rongmei Nagas of Manipur Agriculture. Satyajit Majumdar Dr. Swapan Garain Dr. Ankush Savre Mr. Satyajit Majumdar Dr. Social and Economic Capital in Building Aspirations for Students: Through Life Histories Mr. Maharashtra Study of Social Consultancy Study on For–profit Models of Social Consultancy Sufficiency of Foodgrain Storage Capacity in India Supply Chain Management as Strategic Tool for Growth of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in Organic Food Processing Industry To Find the Impact of Beneficiary of Self Help Group in Mumbai Tribal Entrepreneurship and Economic Development Understanding the Problems of Insurance Agents in Indian Life Insurance Industry Understanding the Role of Cultural. Ruchi Singal Mr. Sharit Bhowmik Dr. Ms. Dr. Jayaraman Dr. Bino Paul G. Rashi Mr. T. Livelihood and Horticultural Policies with Reference to Apple Cultivation: A Case Study of Two Villages in Uttarakhand Art and Art Therapy: An Exploration Ms. Zubin Mulla Prof. Manish K. Sonowal Dr. Bino Paul G. Sheetal Vikas Amte Mr. Sai Thakur M. Sai Thakur Dr. Manjari Sinha Mr. Swati Banerjee Dr. Atul Prof. Saini Prof. Shweta Mall Mr. Pragya Mishra Mr. Devashish Mr. Andrew Lathuipou Kamei Mr. Gordhan K. Parasuraman Prof. Naveen Damle Mr. Saini Ms. Bino Paul G. Shubhada Maitra 189 .
S. Manish K. Nisha Agrawal Ms. Bihar Impact and Reach out of Harmony Building Interventions in Areas Prone to Communal Tension: Mumbai Impact of Communalism in Educational Institutions of Mangalore Life on the Fringes: An Exploration into the Life Experiences of Homeless Women in Mumbai Livelihood and Gender: Study of Buksha Tribal Community in Uttarakhand Mediated Identities: Exploring the Layers of ‘Being’ Muslim ‘Movement’ as an Interface Between State and Civil Society: A Study of Gujjar Agitation Nutrition Health Status of Tribal Children: A Study in Tribal Area of Gadchiroli. Ranjana Raghunathan Mr. Shuddhawati Shankar Peke Ms. Anushri Misra Ms. Rushikesh R. Debanita Biswas Ms.K. Sravanthi Dasari Mr. Manjula Bharathy Dr. Beck Dr. P. Non-Wage Earning Marwari Women Attitudes of Urban Middle Class Housing Societies in M Wards: Towards Issues of Solid Waste Management Changing Political Strategy of Bahujan Samaj Party and its Impact on Party Workers in Uttar Pradesh Construction of Identity of Dalit Women with Disability Crisis of Muslim Education: A Study of School Dropouts and Alternate Trajectories Dalits in Political Participation within Bihar in the Context of Bhapalpur Constituency Development Challenges of Pastoral Communities in Afghanistan: A Case Study of Zafer Khyl Development Induced Displacement and it’s Effect on Livelihood. Atul Gandhi Dr. Dinesh Chand Ms. Vikash Kumar Ms. C. Asha Banu Soletti Dr. Odisha Distress Seasonal Migration to Brick Kilns: A Study of Migrants from Balangir District of Odisha Drug Peddling Among Male Street Youth in Mumbai Experiencing Otherness in a Multiethnic Nation-State: Prejudice and Discrimination of Northeastern Youth (Students) in Delhi Factors Influencing Interest in Education among the School Children Gender and Power in Fishing Economy: A Case Study of Coastal Village in Maharashtra Harassments and Atrocities Against the Hijra Community in Mumbai Health Care Accessibility in Flood Affected Area: A Study in Biraul Block of Darbhanga District. Madhushree Sekher Dr. Maharashtra Parental Choice in Selecting Primary Schools in Lucknow Perception of Young Educated People of Yelam Community Towards Dowry Practice Personal Profile and Working Pattern of the Old Cloth Recyclers (Chindhiwalli/Boharin) at Mulund in Mumbai Post War Perceptions of Sri Lankan Refugees on Durable Solutions Problems of Sri Lankan Refugees During the Transition Period as Well as Refugee Camps in Five Districts of Tamil Nadu Processes of Peace Building in the Backdrop of Communalisation in India Name of Student Ms. Shajahan 190 . Arvind Tiwari Dr. Kokila Ms. Beck Dr. Shubhada Maitra Prof.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Title of the Project Aspiration and Value Orientation of Educated. Ruchira Goswami Ms. Dipti Bapat Mr. Kirtikar Ms. Shajahan Mr. Abdul Shaban Prof. Saigita Dr. Dr. Wankhede Ms. Swati Banerjee Dr. Pranati Bhalerao Ms. K. Bipin Jojo Prof.J. G. Sai Thakur Dr. Avadh Bihari Ms. Mr. Anil Sharma Ms. Mahesh Raut Ms. Snehal Malwad Ms. Jha Dr. Beck Prof. Shubhangi Sharma Mr.R. Vijay Raghavan Mr. Bodhi D. H. Sabina Yasmin Rahman Mr. K Ms. Saumya Ranjan Nath Mr. Sonowal Dr. Garima Sharma Ms. H. P. Priyanka Korde Guide Dr. Roshni Nair Dr.S. Nasreen Rustamfram Dr. P. Arvind Tiwari Dr. Asha Mukundan Dr. Dhilip. C.P. Culture and Gender Displacement and its Effect on Livelihood: A Study of Industrial Displacement in Kalinganagar Industrial Complex.G. Gaurang Sahay Ms. Ranu Jain Dr. H. Srilatha Juvva Dr.K. Sarita S. Mr. Bhavneet Kaur Ms. Noopur Mr. Mahendran C. Hamid Ms. Sandhya Rani Prof.M. Suchismita Goswami Ms.
Achala Gupta Dr. Srilatha Juvva Ms. Mouleshri Vyas Dr. Vinay Suhalka Ms. Madhura Nagchoudhuri Dr. Sarathy Mr. Sonowal Prof. Vikrant R. Anya Paul Mr. Sujit Ananda Shantabai Nikalje Ms. Mausumi Chetia Mr. Madhura Nagchoudhuri 191 . Prof. Gauri Damle Ms. Marina Joseph Mr. Swati Singh Mr. Karishma Pahwa Ms. Sthabir Khora Dr. Kalyani Talvelkar Dr. Andhra Pradesh To Explore the Reuse of Open Cast Coal Mines: A Case Study of Piparwar Mines in Jharkhand Trafficking of Women and Children in Indo-Nepal Borders of Bihar Transgenders and Employment Perspectives from Aravanis. Katy Gandevia Dr. Manoj Kumar Mr.S. Chinteshwar Meshram Dr. Swan Yi Ya Ms. Adilabad. Asha Mukundan Dr. Chandrima Pattanayak Mr. Bodhi D. Roy Burman Dr.P. Manish Jain Dr. Kalyani Talvelkar Dr. Swapan Garain Prof.J.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Title of the Project Quality of Primary Education: A Study of a Government School and a Private School in Buxar Rural Good Governance: Case Studies from Maharashtra Social Determinants of Malnutrition in Tribal Women of Nayagarh Districts Orissa: Case Studies Stigma and Discrimination: Youth with Loco Motor Disability The Misings of Majuli and the Brahmaputra: Effects of Floods on their Psychosocial Well-Being The Role of Buddha Vihara in Dalit Movement The Socioeconomic Factors of Development in Kanchanpalle and the Impact on the Health of the Gond Tribes as Perceived by Them: Case Study of Kanchanpalli Village. Vrinda Dutta M. J. Shruti Mukherjee Ms. Atul Jaiswal Ms. E.R. C. Divya S. Vimla Nadkarni Mr. Swapan Garain Dr.A. Shubhangi Anita Ankush Kulkarni Ms. Toppo Dr. Asha Banu Soletti Dr. Biswaranjan Tripura Ms. Rahul Madhav Bankar Mr. Srilatha Juvva Dr.J. IN SOCIAL WORK IN DISABILITY STUDIES AND ACTION A Study of Expectations of Youth with Disability towards their Marriage A Study of Quality of Life of Mothers of Children with Down’s Syndrome Brighten my Shadowed World: Interface of Knowledge and Sexuality of Women With Visual Impairment—A Study in Kerala Formal Support Systems: Experiences and Needs of Caregivers of Children with Autism—A Study in the Capital of India. Gondane Ms. Employers and the General Public in Chennai City Trends in Child Adoption: A Study Conduct in Delhi and Mumbai Understanding a Community Based Organisation (CBO) in a Tribal Community: Study of Zeliangrong Tribe in Manipur Understanding the Educational Experiences of Indigenous People: A Case Study on Tripura Women’s Movement in Manipur: A Comparative Study Between Meira Paibi and Tangkhul Shanao Long Women’s Struggles for Livelihood in the Context of Urban Poverty and Displacement Youth Amidst Insurgency: A Study of Paite-Zomi Tribe of Manipur Youth in the Virtual World: Understanding Psychosocial Development of Youth using Social Networking Sites Name of Student Ms. Manjula Bharathy Dr. K. New Delhi) NGO-Corporate Partnership Parent’s Experiences of Professionals in Rehabilitation Process Parental Involvement in Occupational Therapy Programme for their Child with Physical Disability Parental Involvement with a Child with Down Syndrome Parental Perceptions Regarding the Marriage of their Adult Children with Hearing and Speech Impairment Preparation for Future Care by Older Parents of Adults with Developmental Disabilities Profile of Tribal Persons with Disabilities and theirIssues in Melghat Region of Amravati District. Neha Sane Ms. Vaishali Kolhe Dr. Srikrupa Vedal Raghunathan Guide Dr. Samta Pandya Ms. Thanglianmung Tonsing Ms. Philemon Gangmei Mr. Srilatha Juvva Prof. Vimla Nadkarni Dr. Srilatha Juvva Dr. Shikha Jain Ms. Maharashtra Ms. Surinder Jaswal Mr. Sumit Kumar Ms. Vijay Raghavan Dr. Mohita Mr. Sumi Kiran Ms.
Asha Kamble Ms. Pankaj Waghmore Ms. Andhra Pradesh) Socioeconomic and Health Status of Tribal Children Living with Disability: A Study in Thane District.A. Maharashtra A Feminist Analysis of Satyajit Ray and Ritwik Ghatak: A Take on Female Agency A Feminist Study of Masculinity and Love: Devdas. Maharashtra Medical Profession and Patriarchy: A Study of Women Surgeons Negotiating the Politics of Presence: A study of Elected Dalit women Representatives of PRIs in Maharashtra Self Help Groups: A Case study in Maharashtra—Addressing Issues of Grassroots Building and Women’s Empowerment The Beauty Myth: A Study of Young People on Constructions of Beauty and Body Projects The Construction of Femininity and Sexuality through the Representation of Women in the Historical Sculptures: A Study of Group of Monuments at Pattadakal The Impact of Conflict on Afgan Women: A Study of Kabul City. Chhaya Datar Prof. Shubhada Maitra 192 . Sandhya Limaye Dr.M. Krithika Murali Ms. Sandhya Rani Dr. Muhammad Khalid Ms. Hema Ramesh Leela Katkar Mr. Samta Pandya Dr. Wavale Ms. Shruti Tharayil Prof. Padma Velaskar Ms. Hemant Sapkal Ms. Philemon Shangne Ms. Afganistan Women and Marriage Rituals: A Study among the Jat community in Sultanpur Dabas in Delhi Women Educational Status in Poumai Tribe (Laepounai Area) Women in Prostitution: Exploring Notions of Sex as Work Ms. Madhura Nagchoudhuri Dr. Nishi Mitra Dr. P Prof. Jennifer Mujawar Ms. Manjula Bharathy Mr. Aneesha Gambhir Dr. Pushpa G. Madhushree Sekher Dr. Bindhulakshmi P. Maharashtra The Socioeconomic Profile of Person with Disability Undergoing Vocational Training and their Aspiration for the Future in Mumbai Transgender with Disability Unemployed Youth with Disability Name of Student Ms. Parul Sethi Ms. Sangeeta Roy Ms. Rohan Sarma Ms. P. Saloni Jain Guide Dr. Bindhulaksmi. Sandhya Limaye M. Nandini Manjrekar Dr. Mr. Seema Mr. WOMEN’S STUDIES A Comparative Study of Men and Women Sugarcane Harvesters of Tuljapur Block. Upasana Mahanta Dr. Prof. the Immortal Lover Atrocities against Dalit Women: Case Studies from Beed District of Maharashtra Bar Dancing as a ‘Sexual’ Labour Performed by Women from ‘Traditional’ Dancing/Entertainment/Sex Work Communities Educational Status of Pardhi Community Girls in Tuljapur Block of Osamanabad. Nishi Mitra Dr. Leena Abraham Dr. Anjali Monteiro Dr. Ashwini Galande Ms.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Title of the Project Social Constructions and Deconstructions: Perceptions of Youth Towards Women with Disabilities (A Study based in Hyderabad. Sreenanti Banerjee Mr. Manjula Bharathy Dr. Pallavi Nayek Ms. Chhaya Datar Dr. Geeta S.
DALITS AND TRIBALS Experience of Scheduled Caste Students at Higher Education Level in the State of Orissa Dalit Girls in Higher Education: A Study of Caste-Patriarchy and Gender Experiences at Lucknow University Masan Jogi of Shevgaon. Kiran Kabtta Dr.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 M. Madhushree Sekher 193 . Milly Sil Prof. Assam Emergent Groups and Behaviour in the Context of Social Exclusion: A Study of Flood Response and Recovery in North Karnataka Mr.Phil. Seminars Title of the Paper Name of Research Scholar Name of Guide CHILDREN AND YOUTH A Study of Juveniles in Conflict with Law and Rehabilitation Ms. Lina Kashyap CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Corporate Social Responsibility in India: A Study of BPCL and ICICI Group Affirmative Action through Private Sector of India (Exploratory Study of TATA Groups of Companies Implementing Affirmative Action) CSR in India: Its Management and Effectiveness Ms.D. Ipsita Sapra Dr. Subodh Wagle Dr. Dhaneswar Bhoi Prof. S. Ashok Ohol Mr. Enhancing Opportunities: Livelihood for Youth with Disabilities in South 24 Paragons. West Bengal Living with (the Politics of) Floods: A Study in Dhemaji District. Bino Paul G. Sharit Bhowmik DEVELOPMENT ISSUES Nature. Anjana Hazarika Prof. Suprava Khuntia Prof. Ramaiah Prof. India Ms. Sumi Joseph Dr. Arpita Das Mr. West Bengal Emergent Groups and Behaviour in the Context of Social Exclusion: A Study of Flood Response and Recovery in North Karnataka Ms. Vijay Wavare Prof. Surinder Jaswal FOOD SECURITY Consumption Expenditure Behaviour and Food Consumption Pattern in Rural Households: A Study in Kerala Ms. Mohua Nigudkar Prof. Maharashtra: An Ethnographic Study The Duma among Gandas of Odisha: A Socio-Anthropological Study Human Resource Management in the Informal Economy: A Study on Empowerment of Dalit Women through Microcredit Institutions Mr. Manish K. Siva Raju DISABILITY Recreation of Children with Sensory Disability: A Study on Accessibility Self Concept and Socio Emotional Competencies Recognising Capabilities. Wankhede Ms. and Ph. Vandana Prof. Sharit Bhowmik Mr. Kalyani Talvelkar Prof. N. Goldy M. Naveen Thomas Prof. A. George Ms. Jha Prof. Sasmita Palo Prof. Swapna Banerjee-Guha Dr. Padma Velaskar Mr. Sharit Bhowmik Ms. Kishore Bhirdikar Ms. Community and Interventions: Emerging Landscapes in the Peri-urban Region of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Social Cost of Off Shoring Development Alternatives. Jayaram Prof. Rebecca Mammen Prof. Surinder Jaswal DISASTER Living with Floods in Sundarban.G. Naveen Thomas Prof.D. Sharit Bhowmik Ms. Prafulla Metapati Mr. Lina Kashyap Ms. Sandhya Limaye Mr. Special Economic Zones and Peasant Responses—Evidence from Maharashtra International Remittances and its Impact on Households and Village Development: A Comparative Study of Gujarat and Kerala States. Mohan Kumar Bera Ms. G.
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Name of Research Scholar
Name of Guide
GENDER AND WOMEN
Women Empowerment and Self Help Group: A Structural Paradigm to Challenge the Status of Girl Children An Ethnographic Study of the Institution of Devadasi Influence of Encounter Group Process on Emotional Intelligence of Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse Global Industries and Local Culture: Single Migrant Women—Gender and Change in India Constructing Middle Class Women, Heterosexuality and New Spaces of Consumption in Mumbai Representation of Women in Marathi Theatre History, Politics and Identity: Perspectives on Transgender (Hijra/Aravani) Movement in the State of Tamil Nadu Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace: A Socio-Legal Study of the Organised Sector in Mumbai Ms. Uttara Ray Prof. Vrinda Datta
Ms. Divya K. Ms. Theresa K.
Dr. Shubhada Maitra Prof. Surinder Jaswal
Ms. Prerna Kumar
Prof. Lakshmi Lingam
Ms. Shilpa Phadke
Prof. Lakshmi Lingam
Ms. Madhuri Dixit Ms. Shabeena Saveri
Dr. Manjula Bharathy Prof. Lakshmi Lingam
Ms. Anagha Sarpotdar
Prof. Asha Bajpai
HEALTH AND MENTAL HEALTH
Out of Pocket Expenditure for Chronic Illness: A Study of People Living with Haemophilia Role Perceptions about the Community Health Worker at the Village Level: A Multiple Stakeholders Approach Health and Economic Effects of HIV/AIDS on Individual and Households and its Likely Implication for the Health Systems in Manipur Occupational Stress and Coping among Trained Social Workers A Study of Psychosocial Stress and Adaptation Process Among Widows Living with HIV/AIDS Participation in Community and Quality of Life of People Living with Schizophrenia Sexual Networks, Concurrency and its Implications for HIV among High Risk Population: An Exploratory Study Mental Health Promotion in Primary School Children through Cognitive Behaviour Techniques Interface in Approaches to Mental Disorder in India: A Study in Psychiatric Sociology Ms. Uma Jadhav Dr. Kanchan Mukherjee
Ms. Kavita Bhatia
Prof. Surinder Jaswal
Ms. Esther Ngaihte
Dr. K. Anil Kumar
Ms. Anjali Dhengle Ms. Preeti Warlekar
Dr. Lata Narayan Dr. Anil Sutar
Ms. Shalila Raj
Prof. Katy Gandevia
Ms. Sucheta Deshpande
Prof. Shalini Bharat
Ms. Mamatha Shetty
Dr. Rajani Konantambigi
Ms. Tina Chakravarty
Prof. N. Jayaram
Access to Labour Markets: An Enquiry into Means of Job Access, Occupational Skills, and the Period of Search Mr. Krishna M. Dr. Bino Paul G.D.
Rethinking Religion, Redefining Politics of Malayalam Cinema 1970s–90s and Beyond Mr. Benedict Varghese Prof. K. P. Jayasankar
Coming Back Home: Dynamics and Consequences of Return Migration Ms. Moutoushi Mukherjee Prof. N. Jayaram
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ORGANISATION DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT
Exploring the Applicability of Durand Model of Managerial Competency Development to Indian Organisations Public Service Motivation and its Organisational Antecedents: An Empirical Study on Administrative Officers (IAS and KAS) of J&K State in India Retaining Knowledge Workers in Indian IT Services Industry: A Grounded Theory Study Self Management System in Manipur: A Case Study of Lois of Sekmai Organisation Structuring from the Perspective of Complexity Paradigm Inter-firm Relations in Micro Business Environment in a Small City: An Enquiry into Personal Relations Overcoming the Challenges of Balanced Scorecard Implementation: A Case Study of Navratna Oil PSU in India Social Innovation in Social Entrepreneurship Emotional Intelligence, Transformational Leadership Behaviours and Team Performance Exploring Multigenerational Perspectives of Careers, Learning and Leadership Mr. M. Kameshwar Rao Dr. Sasmita Palo
Ms. Rajani Sahu
Prof. Satyajit Majumdar
Ms. P. Premalatha
Prof. D.K. Srivastava
Mr. Khwairakpam Rakesh S. Ms. Kajari Mukherjee Mr. Venkatesh Murthy R.
Prof. J.J. Roy Burman Dr. Bino Paul G.D. Dr. Bino Paul G.D.
Ms. Archana Upadhyay
Dr. Sasmita Palo
Ms. Nia Julia Choi Mr. Jayant Meshram
Prof. Satyajit Mazumdar Dr. Sasmita Palo
Ms. Afsha Dokadia
Dr. Sasmita Palo
ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT
Financial Statement Administrative and Technical Staff Participation in Conferences, Seminars, Workshops and Training Programmes Appointments, Promotions and Retirements
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155. in lakhs A.838.050.765.46 1. AS ON MARCH 31.235.382.64 685.23 91.00 1. in lakhs 5. 2010 Rs.677.27 5. AS ON MARCH 31.163. 3. Maintenance Grant Development Grant (Transferred to Fund A/c.49 5.97 20.34 40. Library Books 4. Cash in Bank Balances (Global Fund) TOTAL 5.76 2.27 198 . Project Debit Balances 10. 8.04 1. 6. Accrued Interest (Global Fund) 9.27 2. Stocks 11.07 17.03 3. 5.12 409.093. Cash and Bank Balances 13. Furniture and Equipment 3. 2.561. Advances (Global Fund) 8.79 1. Capital Grants Endowments Funds and Donations Project Credit Balances Grant in Advance (Global Fund) Sundry Creditors Current Liabilities (Global Fund) Grant under Utilisation as on 31-03-2010 Rs. 4.825.30 5.07 22.343.050.81 4.ANNUAL REPORT 2010 – 11 Financial Statement AUDITED BALANCE SHEET.63 20.) TOTAL Income Excess of Income over Expenditure University Grants Commission Institute's Income Revenue Grant (DG-RC II) Interest on Investment—Development Grant TOTAL 143. Land and Buildings 2.36 367.34 167.47 4.69 7.80 2. AT A GLANCE. AT A GLANCE.53 Property and Assets 1. Investments (Global Fund) 6. Expenditure Pay and Allowances Retirement Benefits Non-Salary Items Grant under Utilisation as on 31-03-2010 i) ii) B. Sundry Debtors 7.25 17.66 281.72 495. Investments 5. Deposits 12.53 AUDITED INCOME AND EXPENDITURE. 7.785.235.27 29. 2010 Capital and Liabilities 1.92 515.42 24.05 622.63 29.
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Melvin Luke George Ms. Sapna Pareek Mr. Carolyn Agnes Fernandes Ms. Achala Gupta Mr. Sarathy Ms. Abhishek Arvind Sawant Ms. Panchal Brijeshkumar Vasudev Ms. Charanya R. Mausumi Chetia Ms. Dipty Nawal Ms. Monica Binny Mr. Maheswata Das Ms. Anjali Pareva Ms. B. Dhilip K. Jayashree Sridharan Mr. Ameen Ms. Marina Joseph Ms. Bhushan Bhimrao Ausarmal Mr. Theresa AVM K. Korde Priyanka Shekhar Mr. Pinak Pania Basumataary Ms. Dipannita Bhattacharjee Ms. Abhishek Beriya Mr. Theyiesinuo Keditsu Ms. Garima Dimri Ms. Philemon Gangmei 202 . Mahesh Raut Ms. Dharmendra Bana Mr. Khushboo Kumari Mr. Anushri Misra Ms. Lata Shenava Ms. Dilkash Akhtar Wakeel Mr. Abhishek Thakur Ms. Laxmidhar Singh Ms. Swathi Mr. Bhavneet Kaur Mr. Gracy Bhengra Ms. Nandini C. Bhushan Uttam Gaikwad Mr. Mahalakshmi Ganapathy Mr. Sunita Kumari Ms. Kalidas Ankush Shinde Ms. Nitin Bhaskar Dhaktode Ms. Avadh Bihari Mr. Noopur Ms. Divya S. Rakesh S. Arun Raju Ms. Dattatreya Bhandalkar Mr.K. Anup Ms. Bhagyashri Sanjay Jadhav Ms. Archana Nirmal Kumar Mr. Amrita Tapas De Mr. Kokila Ms. Jerome Ms. Mayanglambam Velinda Mr. Shilpa Phadke Ms. Dipti Bapat Ms. Jeevan Kumar C. Manoj Kumar Ms. Dada Dadas Mr. Lalrinkima Ms. Patil Prachi Ramdas Ms. Ipsita Gauri Ms. Baliram Shankar Nade Ms. Ntasha Bhardwaj Mr. Abhinav Prakash Mr. Mr. Nisha Bharti Mr.S. Manjari Sinha Mr. Mr. Karishma Pahwa Ms. Mr. Ashima Chaudhary Mr. Amanda Pertin Mr. Debanita Biswas Mr. Ankita Anand Mr. Ms. Ms. Kishor Vijay Ms. Aakritee Kapoor Mr. B. Biswaranjan Tripura Ms. Dinesh Chand Ms. Aditi Maheshwari Ms. Binod Kumar Mr. M. Anil Sharma Ms. Nazli Naseem Ms. Baiju T. Andrew Lathuipou Kamei Mr. Krishan Takhar Mr. Charan Basumatary Mr. Devabrata Ghosh Mr. Dipankar Mandal Ms. Neha Dwivedi Ms. Akshay Kashyap Ms. Ms. Eshwar Kale Mr.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Candidates for the 71st Convocation DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Mr. Chandrima Pattanayak Ms. Kiran Vishwanath Nikam Mr. Nisha Agarwal Mr. Anindita Saha Mr. Kamble Laxman Dasharath Malubai Ms. Soudiya Qutab Ms. Chakradhar Indurkar Mr. Garima Sharma Ms. Debolina Roy Mr. Peke Shuddhawati Shankar Vithabai Mr. Archana Gopal Wankhede Ms. Mr. Nani Gopal Mandal Ms. Mahendran C. Vibhav Singh Ms. Milly Sil MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY Mr. Yadav MASTER OF ARTS IN SOCIAL WORK Ms.
Stephan Laltanthang Hmar Mr. Priyanka Shrivastava Mr.S. Anant Gupta Mr. Mr. Savitri Gupta Ms. Anuragini Raghuvanshi Mr. Pranab Doley Ms. Rahul Chaudhary Ms. Ni Ni Lwin Mr. Surepalli Shalini Mr. Joseph Ms. Sachin Sanjav Marti Ms. Rushali Burman Ms. Ms. Subroto Dey Ms. Jare Mr. Rumi Pegu Mr. Sabina Yasmin Rahman Mr. Charles Tushar Ekka Ms. Sherin Sabu Ms. Suchith Rao P. Vivek Kumar Raksha Ms. Krithika Murali Ms. Sujit Ananda Nikalje Ms. Ramanek Kumar Ms. Dilshad H. Pushpa Ganpat Wavale Ms. Hemant Madhukar Sapkal Ms. Mumal Singh Mr. Mohanalakshmi M. Tushar Madhukar Ghadage Mr. Papori Roy Ms. Hema Ramesh Leela Katkar Mr. Sumi Kiran Mr. Shubhangi Omprakash Sharma Ms. Adfer Muzaffar Mr. Shikha Rana Mr. Srikrupa Vedal Raghunathan Mr. Naveen Keshava Ms. Yashika Sukhramani Mr. Shikha Jain Ms.D. Vikash Kumar Ms. Ruchira Goswami Ms. Anup George Ms. Ms. Sachin Ganpat Kamble Mr. Rutvi Pramod Deshpande Mr. Shubhangi Anita Ankush Kulkarni Ms. Linta Alphonsa Bouselly Ms. Divya Kalari Mr. Barnini Bhattacharyya Mr. Girish Kumar Dr. Kirandeep Virdi Ms. Vilasini Vitthal Sonavale Mr. Harsuchetan Kaur Kiran Kumar Venna MASTER OF ARTS IN SOCIAL WORK IN DISABILITY STUDIES AND ACTION Ms. Ms. Prerna Gautam Ms. Mr. Kumar Ritvij Mr. Saswat Mousam Nayak Mr. Vikrant Ramesh Gondane Mr. Esaivanan Sudanthirakody Mr. Saloni Jain Ms. Kirti Deshpande Mr. Sarita S. Vinay Suhalka Mr. Sandeep Kumar Mr. Gauri Anil Damle Ms.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Ms. Swati Singh Mr. Pravin Shankarrao Khandagale Mr. Pradeep A. Astha Singh Ms. Ghadially Ms. Sanjay Kumar Mr. Rahul Thampi V. Madhuvizhii J. Jyotsna Edlin Ms. Chinteshwar Jaigopal Meshram Ms. Kunte Sumant Ms. Praveen Kumar Guddu Mr. Prasanna Deshmukh Mr. Shreya Majumdar Ms. Asheesh Malara Ms. Saurabh Sandeep Kalelkar 203 . Neha Sane Ms. Shubham Sanjay Sharma Ms. Atul Jaiswal Mr. Thanglianmung Tonsing Mr. Pozii Daile Mr. Sreejita Basu Ms. Harshad Jadhav Ms. Mohita Ms. Shruti Mukherjee Mr. Saumya Ranjan Nath Ms. Sumit Kumar Ms. Suchismita Goswami Mr. Prasad Akanksha Mr. Pinky Kumari Mr. Mr. Reshmi Chowdhury Ms. Prasant Mohanty Mr. Vijay Ramrao Jathore Mr. Anya Paul Mr. Sravanthi Dasari Ms. Kirtikar Ms. Rushikesh R. Deepti Krishna Ms. Princy M. Sanjeev Kumar Panwar Mr. Victor Alexander M. Pranati Bhalerao Mr. Kyaw Linn Htin Ms. Santosh Kumar Mr. Kumar Sahil Mr. Prem Narayan Jat Ms. Vengacherry Salesh Chacko Mr. Raisa Anna Philip Mr. Snehal Dagdu Malwad Ms. Shivabasavanna Ms. Ranjana Raghunathan Ms. Thesia Sumitkumar Maganbhai Mr. Ujjwalkumar Namdeorao Pahurkar Mr. Swan Yi Ya Rahul Madhaorao Bankar MASTER OF ARTS IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND LABOUR RELATIONS Ms. Hamid Mr.
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Deepshikha Purwar Ms. Tayde Priya Prabhakar Ms. Shray Mehta Ms. Nisha Sharma Ms. Sapna G. Lynette Phillips Mr. Manoj Kumar Mr. Pokharnikar Sumeet Shrikant Dr. Paul George Mr. Kriti Srivastava Ms. Karishma Abhiman Makeswar Ms. Juhi Gautam Mr. Anuradha Pachanooru MASTER OF SCIENCE IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT Mr. Victoria Carlota Moreno Manrique Mr. Jayprakash Sharma Mr. Faridullah Farahmand Ms. Paaritosh Nath Ms. Saumya Rastogi Dr. Amit Prakash Mr. Ruby Yadav Ms. Nasrin Faqiry MASTER OF ARTS IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT Ms. Shikha Khati Dr. Mayur Gupta Dr. Devika Singh Mr. Hitoho Sumi Mr. Reva Yunus Ms. Shrati Thoma Kotian Dr. Vishal Vasvani Ms. Suchismita Swain Mr. Ketaki Hate Mr. Ashwini Taterao Gangawane Mr. Vijayalaxmi Kathawate MASTER OF ARTS IN DEVELOPMENT STUDIES Mr. Aruna Bajantri Ms. Snehil Rathore Ms. Raile Rocky Ms. Pradeep Chaurasia Mr. Durgesh Solanki Mr. Hormazd Dinshaw Mehta MASTER OF ARTS IN EDUCATION (ELEMENTARY) Mr. Krantideep Gangaram Kamble Ms. Suneel Ahirwar Ms. Kunal Singh Ms. Bindu Ramdas Thirumalai Ms. Ruchi Dr. Ipsita Sircar 205 . Aditi Madan Mr. Shruthi Cyriac Ms. Aditya K. Pooja Dhawan Mr. Shreya Sinha Ms. Vartika Singh Ms. Shivani Gupta Ms. Kanchan Thadani Ms. Abdul Haleem Kidwai Mr. Anchal Arora Ms. Dipty Nisha Ms. Sarita Thakore Ms. Ankit Jaiswal Mr. Harshal Ashok Ruikar Dr. Vikramjit Lama Mr. Sonalika Chaturvedi Ms. Neelika Dawar Mr. Anil Kumar Mr. Tarini Warner Ms.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH Dr. Chaya Rajora Ms. Nishant Buragohain Mr. Akanksha Pandey Mr. Himanshu Srivastava Mr. Noli Nivedita Tirkey Mr. Ramchandar Krishnamurthy Mr. Soma Sinha Ms. Aahna Srikanth Ms. Minal Gala Ms. Swati Jha Dr. Preeti Jetty Dr. Saswata Sanyal Ms. Srabashi Ray Mr. Monisha Israni Ms. Tvara Misra Ms. Karthik Venkatesh Ms. Vinaya Padmanabhan Ms. Aditya Ray Ms. Sangeeta Rajkhowa Mr. Deepak Yadav Ms. Bhoopnarayan Yadav Ms. Ms. Dalvi Amit Mahadev Mr. Dalthanglien Gangte Ms. Meera Srinivasan Ms. Suguna Nair Ms. Jitender Kumar Ms. Tan Hwee Teng Robyn Mr. Nair Dr. Animesh Prakash Mr. Pooja Kapoor Dr. Pauruchisty Buxey Ms. Akanksha Agarwal Ms. Sachin Arun Taware Dr.
Kamlesh Chandrakant Waidande Mr. Ashwini Gautam Survase Ms. Rohan Sarma Ms. Archana Vijayrao Sadar Mr. Nair Smruthi Rajan Mr. Sreenanti Banerjee Ms. Sangeeta Banerji Mr. Jenisha Borah Ms.) IN SOCIAL WORK WITH SPECIALISATION IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT Ms. Anil Kumar Mr. Jayshree Ajaykumar Borse Mr. P. Manasi Pinto Ms. Lalwani Ms. Parul Sethi Mr. Shruti Dhapola Ms. Ms. Pallavi Nayek Mr. Gajanan Ratnakar Deshpande Mr. Chetan Deepak Nerkar Mr. Isha Pungaliya Ms. Nianggousiam Ms. Shyamal Bikash Chakma 206 . Bhakti A. Bace Buriuly Mr. Jamaluddin Qanet MASTER OF SCIENCE IN HABITAT POLICY AND PRACTICE Dr. Tharayil Shruti Raghunandanan Mr. Dsouza Dr. Vyawahare Shweta Shridhar Mr. Pankaj Navnath Waghmare Ms. Gousonlian Mr.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 MASTER OF ARTS IN COUNSELLING Ms. Sanjay Mr. Govind Kumar Mr. Asha Vasant Kamble Ms. Arindam Banerjee Ms. Ashwini Raghunath Galande Ms. (HONS. Dev Narayan Choudhuri Ms. Dhawle Ms. Ranjani Ravi Ms. Sintu Chakma Mr. Sardar Rajratna Anandrao Ms. Pradnya Bhimrao Jadhav Mr. Seema Dabas Ms. Lalit Chakma Mr. Paroj Banerjee Ms. Nikita Mishra Mr. Geeta S. Pradnyasurya Hemchand Shende Mr. Ayesha Maria Mualla Mr. Thangliansang Mr. Subha Swati Minz Ms. Maryam Fatima Ms. Ms. Megha Sadashiv Pharande Ms. Sandeepkumar Chaurasia Ms. Ms. V. Anupama Mr. Sonal Dhir MASTER OF ARTS IN HABITAT POLICY AND PRACTICE Ms. Santosh Hindurao More Mr. Khudiram Mahto Ms. Jennifer Hanif Mujawar Ms. Pooja Kumari Mr. Philemon Shangne Mr. Jamkhanpau Mr. K. Rini Fernandes Mr. Muhammad Khalid MASTER OF ARTS IN MEDIA AND CULTURAL STUDIES Mr. Akshat Krishna Mr. Uma Milind Ranade Mr. Pragya Gautam Ms.A. Dhanraj Babarao Bawane Ms. Dicky Baruah Ms. Ajinkya Shenava Mr. Khokhani Meera Ajay Ms. Aneesha Gambhir Ms. Tamanna Chhabra MASTER OF ARTS IN WOMEN’S STUDIES Ms. Spandana Priyanka Kommuri Ms. Abhay Junaghare Mr. Robin Ravi Mr. Pushkar Aditya Mr. Varun Kumar Ms. Caieta A. Shailja Nand Ms. Randhir Kumar Mr. Sangeeta Roy Ms. Ishani Dasgupta Ms.T. Sinduja V. Nikhil George C. Bhavna R. Roluahpuia Ms. Srikumar Jena B. Paramjeet Ranjan Mr. Swarnima Bhargava Ms. Priyanka Mittal Ms. Neelima Namdevrao Pahurkar Mr. Thangsuanhau Mr. Paras Rakesh Sharma Ms. Pragyan Behera Ms. Ashish Eknath Khodke Mr. Prajakta Madhukar Naringrekar Ms.
Ms. Lakshita Boora Ms. Dilshad H. J. Maria Mies Prize to the Student Who Scored Highest Marks for Dissertation of M.A.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Academic Prize/Shield/Medal Winners.T. Marathe NILM Trust Endowment Fund Award to the Second Year Student of Human Resources Management and Labour Relations Who Stood First in the First Year The Prize Instituted by the MHA Students in 2001–2002 Academic Year to a Second Year Student. 2010-2011 Batch Prizes Name of Student(s) PRIZES AWARDED ON INSTITUTE DAY Dr. Who Stood First in the First Year in Master of Hospital Administration Prize to the Best Student of the First Year Master of Public Health Prize to the Best Student of the First Year Master of Health Administration Prize to the Best Student of the First Year Habitat Policy and Practice Prize to the Best Student of the First Year Education (Elementary) Prize to the Best Student of the First Year Development Studies Prize to the Best Student of the First Year Social Entreprenuership Prize to the Best Student of the First Year Disaster Management Prize to the Best Student of the First Year Globalisation and Labour Prize of the Best Student of the First Year Media and Cultural Studies Prize to the Best Student of the First Year Social Work in Disability Studies and Action Prize to the Best Student of the First Year Counselling Prize of the Best Student of the First Year Women’s Studies Guinea Pig Essay Competition Guinea Pig Debate Competition (First) Guinea Pig Debate Competition (Second) Guinea Pig Debate Competition (Third) Prof. Nitin Dhaktoda 207 . Pallavi Nayek Mr. Mahesh Raut Mr. Shubhangi Omprakash Sharma Ms. Sreenanti Banerjee Ms. Bhavneet Kaur Ms. Saumya Rastogi Dr. Suchismita Swain Mr. Ajay Saini Ms. Sherin Sabu Mr.M. Paras Rakesh Sharma Ms. Shashank Kumar Ms. Ankur Aggarwal Mr. Sravanthi Dasari Prize to the Best Research Project in Social Work Dr. A. Sherin Sabu Ms.R. Atul Jaiswal Mr. Tata Prize and the Institute Shield to the Best Student in Social Work Prize and Shield to the Best Student in Community Organisation and Development Practice Prize and Shield to the Best Student in Field Work in Community Organisation and Development Practice Shiva Chandra Dhakal Shield Instituted by the CODP Students in 2009–11 Academic Year for the Best Field Intervention with People’s Struggles Ms. Hamid Mr. Abhishek Beriya Mr. Wadia Elocution Competition Ms. Shreya Sinha Ms. Sherin Sabu Mr. Ghadially Dr. Mahalakshmi Ganapathy PRIZES AWARDED ON CONVOCATION DAY NTPC Gold Medal to the Best Student in Social Work NTPC Gold Medal to the Student for Best Field Work in Social Work Institute Silver Medal and Prize to the Second Best Student in Social Work Ms. Kumarappa Prize to the Best Student of the First Year Social Work Class The S. Nikhil George C. Maryam Fatima Mr. Abhishek Thakur Ms. Irvind Jote Kaur Dr. Programme with a Focus on “Gender and Justice Issues’” M.K.D. Ruchi Singal Ms. Bindu Ramdas Thirumalai Ms.
Equity and Governance Prize and Shield to the Best Student in Criminology and Justice Prize and Shield to the Best Student in Field Work in Criminology and Justice Prize and Shield to the Best Student in Social Work with Children and Families Prize and Shield to the Best Student in Field Work Social Work with Children and Families Prize and Shield to the Best Student in Women Centered Social Work Prize and Shield to the Best Student in Field Work in Women Centered Social Work Institute Gold Medal to the Best Student in Disability Studies and Action Institute Silver Medal to the Second Best Student in Disability Stucies and Action Prize and Shield to the Best Student in Field Work in Disability Studies and Action Prize to the Best Research Project in Disability Studies and Action NTPC Gold Medal to the Best Girl Student of Human Resources Management and Labour Relations Institute Silver Medal to the Second Best Student of Human Resources Management and Labour Relations NIPM Silver Medal to the Student Securing Highest Marks in Human Resources Management and Labour Relations of 2008–2010 Batch M.K. Prasant Mohanty Ms. Bhakti Ashok Dharod Ms. Manoj Kumar 208 . Atul Jaiswal Ms. Sanjeev Kumar Panwar Ms. Binit Lakra Mr. Ruchi Singhal Mr. Abhishek Thakur Ms. Kalsi Shield to the Best Student in Human Resources Management and Labour Relations Mrs. Charanya R.R. Rutvi Pramod Deshpande Mr. Mausumi Chetia Ms Priyanka Shekhar Korde Ms. Vinay Suhalka Mr. Krithika Murali Mr. Paaritosh Nath Mr. S. Binit Lakra Ms. Rutvi Pramod Deshpande Mr. Rutvi Pramod Deshpande Ms. Sheetal Vikas Amte Mr. Bhavneet Kaur Ms. Kamal Kumar Narjinary Ms. Anya Paul and Ms. Panakal Shield to the Best Student in Field Work for Human Resources Management and Labour Relations Institute Gold Medal and Prize to the Best Student in Social Entrepreneurship Institute Gold Medal and Prize to the Best Student in Field Work Project in Social Entrepreneurship Institute Silver Medal to the Second Best Student in Social Entrepreneurship Institute Gold Medal and Prize for the Best Research Project in Globalisation and Labour Institute Gold Medal and Prize to the Best Student in Globalisation and Labour Institute Silver Medial to the Second Best Student in Globalisation and Labour Institute Gold Medal to the Best Student in Development Studies Institute Silver Medal to the Second Best Student in Development Studies Prize to the Best Research Project in Development Studies Institute Gold Medal to the Best Student in Education (Elementary) Name of Student(s) Mr. Abdul Haleem Kidwai Mr. Shubhangi Omprakash Sharma Mr. Equity and Governance Prize and Shield to the Best Student in Field Work in Dalits and Tribals: Social Justice. Tata Prize to the Best Student in Human Resources Management and Labour Relations Prize instituted by the PM&IR students in 1987–89 Academic Year for Student Ranked Second in Human Resources Management and Labour Relations Prize to the Best Research Project in Human Resources Management and Labour Relations S. Krithika Murali Ms. Mr. Shashank Kumar Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Panwar Ms. Jayashree Sridharan Ms.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Prizes Prize and Shield to the Best Student in Health and Development Prize and Shield to the Best Student in Field Work in Health and Development Prize and Shield to the Best Student in Dalits and Tribals Social Justice. Suman Rath Ms. Atul Jaiswal Ms. Jayashree Sridharan Ms. Shreya Sinha Mr. Kirti Deshpande Ms.
Jaya Shankar Khushalani Dr. Tata Prize to the Best Student in the Master of Health and Hospital Administration Prize to the Best Research Project in the Master of Health Administration Prize instituted by the MHA Students in 2001–02 Academic Year for the Best Student in the Master of Health Administration Alumni Association of Health Administrator’s Chapter Shield to the Best Student in Master of Health Administration Institute Gold Medal to the Best Student in the Master of Hospital Administration Institute Silver Medal to the Second Best Student in the Master of Hospital Administration Prize instituted by the MHA Students in the 2001–02 Academic Year to the Best Student in the Master of Hospital Administration Dr. Ajinkya Shenava Ms. Aahna Srikanth Mr. Deepshikha Purwar Mr. Paras Rakesh Sharma Ms. Sangeeta Banerji Mr. Sinduja V. Irvind Jote Kaur Dr. Paroj Banerjee Ms. Neelika Dawar Ms. Priya Kantak Dr.K. Aahna Srikanth. Ms. Sreenanti Banerjee Ms. Ms. Priya Kantak Certificate of Merit for the Best 2nd Year Internship in Disaster Management Prof. Smruthi Rajan Nair Mr. Arindam Banerjee. Mr. Ajinkya Shenava Ms. Priya Kantak Dr. Bindu Ramdas Thirumalai Mr. Paul George Mr. Meera Khokhani Ajay and Mr. Animesh Prakash and Mr. Sangeeta Roy Ms. Paras Rakesh Sharma Ms. Priya Kantak Dr.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Prizes Institute Silver Medal to the Second Best Student in Education (Elementary) Certificate of Merit to the Best Field Attachment in Education (Elementary) Institute Gold Medal to the Best Student in Counselling Institute Silver Medal to the Second Best Student in Counselling Prize and Shield to the Best Student in Field Work in Counselling Prize to the Best Research Project in Counselling Institute Gold Medal to the Best Student in Women’s Studies Institute Silver Medal to the Second Best Student in Women’s Studies Prize to the Best Research Project in Women’s Studies Prize and Shield to the Best Student in Field Attachment in Women’s Studies Institute Gold Medal to the Best Student in Disaster Management Institute Silver Medal to the Second Best Student in Disaster Management Prize and Shield to the Best Research Project in Disaster Management Name of Student(s) Ms. Ishani Das Gupta Mr. Geeta S. Ms. Amit Prakash and Ms. Gajanan Ratnakar Deshpande Dr. Rini Fernandes Ms. Geeta S. Jaya Shankar Khushalani 209 . Ms. Ajinkya Shenava. Parag Balu Chaudhari Dr. Dev Narayan Chaudhuri Mr. Vijay Tendulkar Gold Medal to the Best Student in Media and Cultural Studies Narayan Surve Silver Medal to the Second Best Student in Media and Cultural Studies Waqar Pyare Khan Certificate to the Best Media Project in Media and Cultural Studies Smitu Kothari Certificate to the Best Research Project in Media and Cultural Studies Institute Gold Medal to the Best Student in Habitat Policy and Practice Institute Silver Medal to the Second Best Student in Habitat Policy and Practice Prize to the Best Student in Concentration Work in Habitat Policy and Practice Prize to the Second Best Student in Concentration Work in Habitat Policy and Practice Institute Gold Medal to the Best Student in the Master of Health Administration Institute Silver Medal to the Second Best Student in the Master of Health Administration M. Jaya Shankar Khushalani Dr. Mr. Ankit Jaiswal Ms.
Saumya Rastogi Ms. Pragyan Behera Ms. Jaya Shankar Khushalani Dr. Agabalizu Shield for the Best International Student Ms.A. Saumya Rastogi Dr.) In Social Work with Specialization in Rural Development Ms. Dosi Vakeel Silver Medal to the Second Best Student in B. Samhita Shankar Desai Dr.A. Akshat Krishna 210 .A.) In Social Work with Specialisation in Rural Development Name of Student(s) Dr. (Hons.ANNUAL REPORT 2010–11 Prizes Prize to the Best Research Project in the Masters in Hospital Administration Alumni Association of Health Administrator’s Chapter Shield to the Best Student in the Master of Hospital Administration Institute Gold Medal and Sheild to the Best Student in the Master of Public Health Institute Silver Medal to the Second Best Student in the Master of Public Health Prize to the Best Research Project in Master of Public Health Mr.(Hons. Sapna Nair Dr. Emmanuel E.) In Social Work with Specialisation in Rural Development Ms. Hwee Teng Robyn Mr. Dosi Vakeel Bronze Medal to the Third Best Student in B. Nikita Mishra Mr. Dosi Vakeel Gold Medal to the Best Student in B. (Hons.