Geography

Dr. Rabiul Ansary

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+91 9013895262

rabiulansary.ansary786@gmail.com

Dr. Rabiul Ansary holds the position of Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography. Dr. Ansary completed his M.A. M.Phil and Ph.D from Jawaharlal Nehru University in the field of population studies. His boarder area of training is in Human Geography. His area of research interest is Migration, Social and Economic mobility, sustainable livelihood, population and development, Livelihood, and Nutrition. He has developed expertise in conducting large scale field survey and analysing large scale data. He gained much needed training on nationally representative micro-level data sets of India such National Sample Survey and Demographic Health Survey of India and Census of India. Dr. Ansary has extensive Research and Teaching experiences both international and national level.  He worked as UNICEF-State Consultant, Social Policy Technical Support Unit (SPTSU) at State Planning Commission of Chhattisgarh, India. He also worked as Research Associate under V.V.G. National Labour Institute (Ministry of Labour & Employment, Govt. of India) and Institute for Studies in Industrial Development, New Delhi, India. Dr. Ansary worked as Project Assistant under Prof. Robert McCaa, University of Minnesota Population Center. He has authored various publications journals of international and national repute. He attended international conferences in countries like USA, Russia, Brazil and South Africa for which he received  full travel grant from the organisers. He has also technical skills in SPSS, STATA and Arch-GIS.

Selected Publications

  1. Rabiul Ansary and K.C Rath (2021). Labour out migration and Covid-19 Pandemic in India: A case study of Murshidabad district of West Bengal, Migration Letter, ISSN No. 1741-8984, Transnational Press, London (SCOPUS Indexed).
  2. Rabiul Ansary and Z. Siddiqui (June 2021). Mutation in West Bengal’s migration pattern: Bengalis looking south, International Journal of Development and Conflict, ISSN No. 2010:2704 (Scopus Index).
  3. Das, B. and Rabiul Ansary (2017). Bangladeshi and Inter-state Migrants: Differential Adaptation and Acceptance by the Locals in West Bengal, India, Spatial Demography, ISSN No. 2364-2289, Springer publication. (Emerging Sources Citation Index)
  4. Rabiul Ansary and Das, B. (2016). Decision of scrapping subsidies in kerosene in India: How will it affect poor? Journal of Global Social Welfare, ISSN No. 2196-8799, Springer publication (Web of Science).
  5. Rabiul Ansary (2015). Missing gender from Indian Labour force: A finding from 2011 census, Journal of rural Development, ISSN No. 0970-3357, NIRD, Ministry of Rural Development, India (SCOPUS Index).
  • Group
  • Research
  • Publications
  • Teaching

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  • Population and Development,
  • Maternal and Child Health,
  • Population Issues including urbanization and migration; 
  • Social Protection, Sustainable Development Goals,
  • Handling Large Scale Survey data

NATIONAL

  • Rabiul Ansary and K.C. Rath (2021). Measuring and mapping undernutrition and its determinants among under five children in Odisha, Journal of Demography India, ISSN No. 0970-454X (UGC CARE list).
  • Rabiul Ansary and Z. Siddiqui (June 2021). Mutation in West Bengal’s migration pattern: Bengalis looking south, International Journal of Development and Conflict, ISSN No. 2010:2704 (Scopus Index).
  • Rabiul Ansary and K.C Rath (2021). Pattern and determinants of short term vis a vis long term migration: A case study from West Bengal, The Hill Geographers, ISSN No. ISSN 0970-5023 (UGC listed).
  • Rabiul Ansary and Das, B. (2018). Regional pattern of Deprivation in India: A district level analysis of household characteristics, basic services and assets possession, Social Change, ISSN No. 0049-0857, Sage Publication (SCOPUS Index).
  • Rabiul Ansary (2016). Socio-Economic Status of the Bangladeshi migrants in West Bengal, Indian Journal of Regional Sciences, ISSN No. 0046-9017, Regional Sciences Association, INDIA.
  • Rabiul Ansary (2015). Missing gender from Indian Labour force: A finding from 2011 census, Journal of rural Development, ISSN No. 0970-3357, NIRD, Ministry of Rural Development, India (SCOPUS Index).
  • Rabiul Ansary and Bhaswati Das (2020). Cyclical mobility in Rajan eds. Handbook of Internal Migration in India, ISBN No. 9789353285609, SAGE Publication.

INTERNATIONAL

  • IUSSP Scientific Panel Population, Poverty and Inequality and hosted by the Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor (MI), United States (2019), Organised by University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor (MI), United States
  • XIX April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development, Russia (2018), Organised by National Research University Higher, School of Economics Moscow
  • IUSSP regional conference Registering and Counting the Population, Organised by NEPO-UNICAMP, Sao Paulo, BRAZIL
  • World Social Science Forum, Durban (2015).
  • Human Geography, Population Geography, Social Geography, Quantitative Techniques and Geography of India