Dr. Sibabrata Das

RESEARCH INTEREST

Population, Health and development Issues

Marginalisation and Inequality in Odisha

Geography of disaster vulnerability and mitigation strategies

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

1. M.A. - Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi.,2003

2. M.Phil. - Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi.,2005

3.Ph.D. - Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi.,2013

AWARDS AND HONORS

Publications in Journals :
1. Junior Research Fellowship (JRF), Senior Research Fellowship (SRF) and National Eligibility Test (NET) in Geography by University Grant Commission (UGC), Government of India.

2. Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and National Eligibility Test (NET) in Population Studies by University Grant Commission (UGC), Government of India (Foregone).

3. National Eligibility Test (NET) for lectureship in Earth Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences by Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Government of India.

4. adjudged as best participant in UGC-Sponsored three week Refresher Course on Remote Sensing and GIS Applications at Academic Staff College, Sambalpur University, Sambalpur, 24th Jan 2011 to 13th Feb. 2011

PUBLICATIONS

1. Prusty, R. Gauda, J. and Das, S. (2014) Nutritional Status of Preschool Children in Selected Indian Cities: A Study of Slum and NonSlum Differentials, Journal of Development Management and Communication, 1:3, 298-306.
2. Das, S. (2013) Patterns of Social and Spatial Inequalities in Child Nutrition in Odisha, India, Asian Profile, 41(2), 189-206.
3. Das, S. (2013) Social Group Disparities in Child Health in Odisha, India: Role of Social and Economic Factors, BSSS Journal of Social Work, 5(1), 2013, 75-93.
4. Das, S. (2012) Spatial Variations in Infant Mortality Rate in Odisha, India: Roles of Socioeconomic Factors and Household Conditions, Asian Profile, 40(2), 145-163.
5. Das, S. and Sahoo, H (2011) An Investigation into Factors Affecting Child Nutrition in Madhya Pradesh, Anthropologist, 13( 3), 227-233.
6. Das, S. (2011) Health Deprivation of Children in India: A Geographical Analysis, Learning Community, 2 (1), 95-103.
7. Das, S. (2008) Childhood Undernutrition: A Comparative Analysis of Scheduled Tribes and others in Mid-Indian Tribal Region, Social Change, 38(1), 64-83.
8. Das, S. (2007) Prevalence of Anaemia among Women: A Comparative View of Scheduled Tribes and Others in Six Major States of India, Social Change and Development, 5, 97-110.

Chapters in Edited Books:

1. Das, S. (2013) Infant Mortality Rate in Odisha: An Empirical Analysis of Trends, Spatial Patterns and socioeconomic Differentials, in Mohanty, A et al (eds.) Emerging odisha: Problems and prospects. New Delhi: Mittal
2. Das, S. (2012) Spatial Patterns of Urbanisation and Development in Odisha, India, in Singh T et al (eds), Population, Development and Environment: A Contemporary Debate, New Delhi: Concept.
3. Das, S. (2010) Seeds of Change: The Green Revolution and Social and Spatial Inequality in India, in Dash, B. M. (ed.), Rural Development in India, Delhi: New Delhi.
4. Mohanty, P.C. and Das, S. (2009) Poverty, Health and Environment Nexus: A Study of Community Forestry in India, in Paul, S. K, (ed.), Poverty, Health and Development, Publishers, Delhi: Commonwealth (with)