DR BIJAYA KUMAR SAHU

Email: drbijay2<at>gmail.com
Country: 
India
Date of Birth: 
25th May, 1962
Relevant Experience in Years: 
25
years
Skill Set: 
Business Development/ Resource Mobilization
Monitoring and Evaluation
Project/ Programme Management
Research and Analysis
Training and Capacity Building
Professional Details: 

CURRICULUM VITAE (CV)

 

 
 

Name
DR. BIJAYA KUMAR SAHU

Date of Birth
25/05/1962  (twenty fifth  may nineteen hundred sixty two)

Nationality
INDIAN

 

  1. E-mail:                          drbijaysahu@yahoo.co.in, drbijay2@gmail.com 
  2. Telephone:                 +91-674-2743260 (Bhubaneswar Residence)
  3. Mobile:       +91-7838517295, +91- 8763115505, +91- 9937420390
  4. Contact Address: JPS Associates (P) Ltd, R-5/R-16, Hauz Khas Enclave, Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016 ,                             E mail: bijay.sahu@jpsc-india,com

Education

Degree

College/ University

Subject/ Specialization

Year of Passing

MA

IGNOU

Sociology

2014

MBA

Alagappa  University

Finance

2011

PhD

Berhampur University

Economics

1995

MA

Sambalpur University

Economics

1985

BA (HONS)

Utkal University

Economics

1983

Membership of Professional Associations
Secretary, Centre for Developmental Studies Bhubaneswar, Odisha

Director, Centre for Socio-Economic and Market Research, Bhubaneswar, Odisha

Life Member, Green Cross Society, Agra, Uttar Pradesh

Training

Name of the Training

Institutions

 

Banner Programme on Data Collection and Analytical Procedure (D-CAP)
National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad.

course on Techniques for Evaluation of Rural Development Projects
National Institute of Rural Development North-Eastern Regional Centre (NIRD-NERC) Guwahati.

Workshop on Self Help Group
National Institute of Rural Development North-Eastern Regional Centre (NIRD-NERC) Guwahati.

Course on Managerial Leadership for Organizational Development
National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad.

Course on Project Development and Management for NGO’s
National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad.

Course on Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation of Community Health & Development Programmes’
Institute of Health Management, Pachod, Aurangabad, Maharastra.

Course on Scheduled Castes Development: Approaches, Strategies and Programmes
National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad.

Course on Managing Information using Information Technology
National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad.

Course on ToT on Social Audit under MGNREGS
National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad.

Course on Information Technology for Data Processing and Analysis
National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad.

 

 

Countries of Experience
India

 

 

Language and Degree of Proficiency

Language

Speak

Read

Write

English

Excellent

Excellent

Excellent

Odia

Excellent

Excellent

Excellent

Hindi

Excellent

Excellent

Excellent

Bengali

Fair

Fair

Fair

Employment Record
 

 
Project Name

  1. Capacity Development for Forest Management and Personnel Training Projects.
  2. North East Region Capital City Development Investment Programme
  3. Tourist Statistics-Punjab & Himachal Pradesh

 
Location
Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Nagaland, Chhattisgarh and 5 NE States.

 
Year
2012 - Continuing

 
Position 
Consultant – Social & Economic Development

 
Duties Rendered

 
This assignment is to review the existing document related to the training of the frontline staff with development of need based  Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) technique likely to be used by the frontline staff while making micro planning for the forest department and preparation of Joint Forest Management related activities for the community . The selection of key indicators and sampling of areas and beneficiaries for assessment has also been entrusted. Conduct TNA and prepare report therein. The

Projects are being implemented in the states of Madhya Pradesh Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Nagaland and Himachal Pradesh.

 

Development of project proposal related to social and economic related projects. This include research, survey, monitoring & evaluation, impact assessment, gender, SHG, water and sanitation, education, rural health related projects.

 

Working as Benefit Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist in North East Region Capital City Development Investment Programme for Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India funded by Asian Development Bank  ( ADB). Under the project benefits accrued by people/ community and ULBs of Aizawl, Agartala, Gangtok, Kohima and Shillong out of the project intervention has been monitored. Basic features/ parameters of Evaluation such as; efficiency, effectiveness, impact and sustainability aspects have considered /adhered. Besides, other task under the assignment is Identification of land acquisition and resettlement (LAR) requirements of the subprojects and Preparation of Resettlement Plans for the sub projects (PAPs).

 

Working as Database Management Expert for the Tourist Statistics projects of Punjab and Himachal Pradesh. Under the projects, my assignments are   data analysis and preparation of reports therein.

 

 
Time Spent
60 Months

 
Name of the assignment
Girls Education Programme

 
Location
Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

 
 Year
2011 - 2012

 
 Positions
Monitoring & Evaluation Officer

 
 Duties Rendered 
 

Preparation of Monitoring Framework for Girls Education Programme for CARE India. Under the GEP umbrella there were five projects, (i) School Improvement Programme, (ii) Udaan, (iii) Girls Leadership Programme, (iv) Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV) and (v) Pastry Collin Trust Fund Initiatives.

 

Development and modification of Monitoring & Evaluation tools as per the need and changing strategies of the projects and programme.

 

Assisted in the development and maintenance of database on education development indicators related to children in general and girls in particular.

 

Imparted training to the District and Block Resource persons on monitoring tools, data collection and documentation.

 

Conduct Evaluation (Concurrent and Impact) of sub-projects under projects and programme. Important among them are the Assessment of Morning Assembly and KGBVs in the project intervention districts of UP.

 
Time  Spent
16 Months

 
 Name of the assignment
 “Base Line Analysis on Social Exclusion in relation to Water and Sanitation for 6 (six) IPAP partners in Jharkhand and Odisha”.

 
 Location
Jharkhand and Odisha”.

 
Year
2010

 
 Positions
Research Manager

 
 Duties Rendered

 

 

 

 

 
Conducted Base line survey and  monitoring and evaluation of the Water and Sanitation projects implemented in the states of Jharkhand and Odisha for WaterAid India, the International NGO working for the improved quality of life through ensuring safe drinking water and improved sanitation facilities to the socially and economically excluded population.

 

Participatory monitoring and assessment with the community was one of the important features of the project. Efficiency, effectiveness, impact and sustainability aspects of the water and sanitation projects implemented in the project areas were assessed.

 

 
Time Spent
5 Months

 
 Name of assignment:
 “MGNREGA Process Documentation in Ganjam District of Odisha”

 
Location
Ganjam District of Odisha

 
 Year
2010

 
  Positions
Research Manager

 
 Duties Rendered 

 
Worked as in-charge of the project, liaison with state, district, block and panchayat level officials in relation to the implementation of MGNREGA.

Development of research tools for data and information.

 

Monitoring and Evaluation of MGNREGA and process documentation was other task of the project. Under this participatory / Social Audit of MGNREGA/MGNREGS was conducted in the sample selected villages where active participation of community and other stakeholders was ensured. The issues related to the rights and entitlements on land, land utilization and benefit sharing of the created community assets were also discussed/assessed.

 

Imparted training to the investigators and supervisors on data and information collection from the beneficiaries, analysis of the data collected through application of SPSS and development & submission of report to the client (UNDP).

 

 
Time Spent
5 Months

 
 Name of assignment
 “Integrated Project for Sustainable Development of Forest Resources in Sikkim, Gangtok”.

 
 Location
Gangtok , Sikkim

 
 Year
2009

 
 Positions
Economist

 
 Duties Rendered 

 

 
Economic analysis such as sensitivity analysis, calculation of EIRR, NPV in respect with the forest and eco-tourism components of the project.

 
Time Spent
1.5 Months

 
  Name of assignment
“Land Alienation and Entitlements in Selected Tribal Districts of Odisha”.

 
 Location
Koraput, Odisha

 
 Years
2007-2009

 
 Positions
State Project Coordinator

 
 Duties Rendered   

 

 
Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation of the project on land alienation, land rights and entitlements of scheduled tribes.

 

Preparation of Training Module on Land rights and entitlements for the community and elected representatives of the PRIs, particularly the Gram Panchayats(GP level ), Panchayat Samities(Block level), NGOs, CBOs and other stakeholders.

 

Coordinated and imparted training to the Community (Scheduled Tribes) PRIs, CBOs, NGOs on land rights and entitlements in the project areas i.e. Koraput and Rayagada districts of Odisha.

 

Other task under the assignment is Identification of land acquisition and resettlement (LAR) requirements of the subprojects and Preparation of Resettlement Plans for the sub projects (PAPs).

 

To find out the land alienations, which have been taken place in the project area and redress the same with competent authorities. Facilitate in providing the rights and entitlements of the people who really need the same.

 

 
 Time Spent
24 Months

 
 Name of assignment:
“Integrated North-Eastern Flood and Riverbank Erosion Management Project, Arunachal Pradesh, Itanagar”.

 
 Location
Arunachal Pradesh, Itanagar

 
 Years
2008

 
  Positions
Economist

 
 Duties Rendered  

 

 

 
Estimation of economic costs of flooding and land loss through riverbank erosion, including the estimation of unit damage costs for the various land-use activities and calculation of NPV and EIRR in respect with the project and sub-project areas with development of a Sector Report. This was a ADB funded project.

 
 Time Spent
3 Months

 
 Name of assignment
“Socio-Economic Study of Enclaved Villages of Karlapat Sanctuary, Kalahandi (Odisha)”

 
Location
Kalahandi, Odisha.

 
 Years
2007

 
 Positions
Project Director

 
  Duties Rendered  

  

 

 

 
Conducted socio-economic survey in about 25 villages of Karlapat sanctuary. Developed tools for data & information collection, analyzed the same and prepared report. Besides, basic training on economic activities for income generation and conducting PRA to the community and forest department personnel. 

 

The issues related to possible displacement of villagers / community from the sanctuary area was the key feature of the project. Under the project, preparation of resettlement plan the likely displaced community/affected people and preparation of monitoring mechanism on the same was another task of the assignment.  

 
 Time Spent
6  Months

 
 Name of assignment
Quick Evaluation of RLTAP Schemes (08-Schemes) in KBK Districts of Odisha.

 
 Location
KBK districts of Odisha

 
 Years
2006-007

 
 Positions
Team Leader

 
  Duties Rendered   

 

 

 

 

 

 
Monitoring and Evaluation of the Rural Development Components  like ;

a) Watershed Development, b) Irrigation (Lift Irrigation), c) Afforestation and Plantation, d) Horticulture Development, e) Health Care Facilities (Mobile Health Units), f) Education and SC & ST Hostels and g) Emergency Feeding to Senior Citizen under RLTAP in erstwhile Kalahandi, Bolangir and Koraput (KBK, These are; Kalahandi, Nuapara, Bolangir, Sonepur, Koraput, Malkangiri, Nabarangpur and Rayagada) districts of Odisha.

 

The basic features of evaluation such as efficiency, effectiveness, impact and sustainability were considered under the evaluation of above said rural development components.

 

Under the tasks, the evaluation tools such as Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA), Household Survey, Focus Group Discussion (FGD) etc were used.

 
 Time Spent
8 Months

 
 Name of assignment
Study on “People’s Perspective in Setting Development Paradigm”

 
  Location
Balasore district of Odisha

 
 Years
2003-04

 
  Positions
Chief Consultant

 
 Duties Rendered    

 

 
Prepared Training Modules for community training on water & sanitation programme. Facilitate the formation of water users groups with training.

 

The issue related to the gender was also considered under the project.

Prepared action plan.

 

Conducted participatory assessment of water and sanitation projects implemented. Under the same efficiency, effectiveness, impact and sustainability aspects were covered and assessed.

 

The community participatory tools of evaluation such as FGD and PRA were adopted.

 

 
Time Spent
10 Months

 
 Name of assignment
Tribal Migration in India: A Study of Chhattisgarh & Odisha, Sponsored by Ministry of Tribal Affairs (Research & Planning Unit), Govt. of India.

 
 Location
Chhattisgarh & Odisha

 
 Years
2003-2004

 
 Positions
Project Director

 
 Duties Rendered    

 

 

 
In charge of the study, liaison with the government departments at different levels. Preparation of study tools, data analysis and preparation of report.

 

 
 Time Spent
8 Months

 
 Name of assignment
 “Problems of Slum Dwellers in Bhubaneswar”

 
 Location
Bhubaneswar

 
Years
2002

 
  Positions
Project Director

 
  Duties Rendered     

 
Conducted sample study in five random selected slums under Bhubaneswar Municipality Corporation.   Under the study, the data base of basic amenities for slum dwellers was prepared. 

 
Time Spent
6 Months

 
 Name of assignment
“Impact Assessment of Commercial Agri-Enterprises promoted under New Agriculture Policy”.

 
 Location
State of Odisha

 
 Years
2001-2002

 
 Positions
Research Associate

 
 Duties Rendered    

 
Conducted evaluation study of the commercial agri-enterprises established under new agriculture policy (2001) of Odisha. This includes evaluation of commercial agri- enterprises established and in operational under the financial assistance of government and loan components from the bank. The fund utilization was also monitored under the same.

 
Time Spent
10 Months

 
 Name of assignment
“Base-Line Survey on Handicrafts in Odisha”

 
 Location
Selected districts of Odisha

 
 Years
2001

 
 Positions
Project Director

 
 Duties Rendered     

 
Collection, analysis of both the quantitative and qualitative data and information collected from different stakeholders of the project.

 
 Time Spent
3 Months

 

 
 Name of assignment
Study on “creating a functional positive police – politician interface for public order maintenance”, Chhattisgarh.

 
  Location
Chhattisgarh

 
 Years
2000 - 2001

 
 Positions
Research Associate

 
 Duties Rendered     

  

 

 
Supervision and monitoring of data and information collection from the PRI members and other Key Informants of the community related to the police public interface, analyzed and prepared state specific report therein.

 
 Time Spent
 3 Months

 
 Name of assignment
 “ Mobilization of Tasar Farmers in Chhattisgarh”

 
  Location
Bilaspur, Jashpur Nagar and  Raigarh districts of Chhattisgarh

 
 Years
2000-01  and 2001-02

 
 Positions
Project  Manager

 
  Duties Rendered     

 

 

 
Overall in-charge of the implementation of project. Liaison with the Forest and Sericulture department officials at different levels. Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation of project in the Raigarh and Jashpur Nagar districts of Chhattisgarh state.

 

Coordination & Organization women Self Help Groups.

 

Preparation of training modules and impart training to the women tasar farmers on thrift & saving, identification of viable economic activities, book keeping ,record keeping, bank linkages and  operation of bank account with documentation of the proceedings.

 

Conducted PRA, FGD with women tasar farmers, analyzed data and information, preparation of reports.

 

 
 Time Spent
24 Months

 
  Name of assignment
Base-line survey on sericulture of Madhya Pradesh Sericulture Project (MPSP), Bilaspur, Madhya Pradesh

 
  Location
Bilaspur, Jashpur Nagar and  Raigarh districts of Madhya Pradesh

 
 Years
1998-99

 
 Positions
Project Manager

 
   Duties Rendered     

 

 

 

 
Conducted baseline study on the Tasar culture with special focus on identification of potential Tasar farmers, alternative economic activities for additional income generation. In this connection both the quantitative and qualitative data and information collected, analyzed and reports prepared for the client, Madhya Pradesh Sericulture Project (MPSP). Under the said project we had suggested on the formation of women Tasar farmer groups for the implementation of the project, which was duly acknowledged by implementing the same by the client in all parts of the state.

 
 Time Spent
6 Months

 
 Name of assignment:
 “Study on the Shifting Pattern of Household Energy  Consumption in Urban Areas of Odisha,”

 
 Location
44 Urban Local Bodies of Odisha

 
 Years
1998-99

 
 Positions
Research Manager

 
 Duties Rendered      

 

 
Overall charge of the study, supervision and monitoring of data & information collection from the sample selected households of about 44  Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) in the state of Odisha. Data analysis and preparation of report therein.

 

Under the project, both quantitative and qualitative data and information were collected from the sample selected households spread over to ULBs of different levels where, Census Towns, Towns(Industrial),NACs, Municipalities, Municipal Corporations were covered.

 

 

 
 Time Spent
12 Months

 
 Name of assignment:
 “Market Demand Survey”

 
 Location
Bhubaneswar, Odisha

 
 Years
1997

 
 Positions
Project Director

 
 Duties Rendered      

 

 
Conducted market demand survey on behalf of Centre for Socio-Economic and Market Research. Under the project, data & information was collected from the households with respect to their access and use of consumer goods.

 
 Time Spent
3 Months

 
 Name of assignment:
 “Socio-Economic Survey on National Sericulture Project” (NSP) in Odisha and Madhya Pradesh”.

 
 Location
Odisha and Madhya Pradesh

 
 Years
1994 - 1995

 
 Positions
Research Officer

 
 Duties Rendered      

 

 
The evaluation study entrusted by the National Silk Board (NSB).This was an action research project. Regular data and information from the fixed mulberry farmers were collected, analyzed and given necessary feedback for rectification in strategies of rearing of DFLs, their sustainability and economy.

 
 Time Spent
6 Months

 
 Name of assignment:
 “Base-line Survey on Tasar in Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh”

 
 Location
Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh

 
 Years
1992 - 1994

 
 Positions
Research Officer

 
 Duties Rendered      

 

 
Conducted baseline study on the Tasar culture with special focus on identification of potential Tasar farmers, alternative economic activities for additional income generation. In this connection both the quantitative and qualitative data and information collected, analyzed and reports prepared for the client.

 
 Time Spent
24 Months

 
 
 
 

 

Computer Skills

 

Operating System
WINDOWS

Skill
MS OFFICE, INTERNET, TALLY-ERP 9

Application / Software
SPSS

 

 

 

 

Certification

I , the undersigned, certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief, this CV correctly describes myself, my qualification and experience. I understand that any wilful misstatement described herein may lead to my disqualification of dismissal, if engaged.

 

 

       

                   Signature                                                                                                          Date: 03/03/2015.

 

      (DR. BIJAYA KUMAR SAHU)

 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

SELECTED PUBLICATION

(EXCLUDING PROJECT/CONSULTANCY REPORTS)

 

Thesis

Thesis titled “Institutional Finance and Rural Development in Odisha” submitted, to Berhampur   University. 

Books Published

i)           S.N. Mishra/B.K. Sahu, “Multi-Agency System and Rural Development in India,” Published by Spellbound Publications, Rohtak, 1997.

ii)        B. K. Sahu, “Rural Development in India”, Published by Anmol Publications Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi-110002, 2003.

iii)      S.N. Mishra/B.K. Sahu,Globalization, Economic Growth and Human Development” (Edited), Published by Anmol Publications Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, 2006.

Book Chapters

i)            S.N. Mishra, B.K. Sahu, “Institutional credit and Rural Employment generation on study of the relative contribution of rural sectors to employment at disaggregated level”. Published in an edited book.“Employment Perspectives in Rural India”, edited by Dr. B. Mohanty, published by APH Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, 1997.

ii)        B.K. Sahu, “Food Processing Industries and Industrial Policies of Odisha”, Published in a edited book “Agro-Industries and Economic Development – A Vision for 21st Century, 2002”.Published by Deep & Deep publication Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2002.

Conference Proceedings

i)        B. K. Sahu, “Sericulture as the Alternative means of Livelihood: A study of Madhya Pradesh Sericulture Project in Chhattisgarh”. Paper presented at the “Seminar on Management of Natural Resources for Sustainable Livelihoods and Poverty Alleviation" Organized by National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad, held on 29th & 30th January 2003 and subsequently published in the Edited Volume published by NIRD, Hyderabad in January 2004.

ii)        B. K. Sahu, “Impact of New Economic Policy on Coir Industries of Odisha: A case study of Puri District”. Paper presented at the National Seminar on “Impact of New Economic Policies on Rural Industries” organized by National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad, held on 8th - 10th September 2003.

iii)      B. K. Sahu, “Agricultural Credit Co-operative Institutions in Liberalization Era: The Challenges Ahead”. Paper presented at the National Workshop on “Impact of Liberalization on Agriculture and Rural Poor” organized by National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad held on 19th – 21st January’2004.

iv)      B. K. Sahu, “Food Security for the Scheduled Tribes; the Issues and Challenges”. Paper presented at the National Seminar on “Food Security and the Poor” organized by (CDMRR) National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad held on 23rd – 24th June 2004.

v)        B. K. Sahu, “Employment Generation in Farm and Non-farm Sectors of Commercial Agri-Enterprises in Odisha”. Paper presented at the National Workshop on “Farm and Non-Farm Sector Linkages for Employment Generation” organized by (CRIE) National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD) Hyderabad, held on 12th & 13th August 2004.

vi)      B. K. Sahu, “Organization of Formal Agency as the Alternative Means to Facilitate Guaranteed Employment to Control the Migration of Scheduled Tribes” presented at the Foundation Day Seminar on “Guaranteed Employment for the Rural Poor”, Organized by CQT, NIRD, Hyderabad, 4-5, November, 2004.

vii)    B. K. Sahu, “Rural Women Empowerment Through Self Help Groups” presented at the National Seminar on “Micro Enterprise Promotion in Rural India: Experiences, Prospects & Strategies”, Organized by IIT, Delhi, 18-19, November, 2004,and subsequently published in the Edited Volume published by Ambica Book Agency, Jaipur Rajasthan 2006.

viii)  B. K. Sahu, “Watershed Development Programme: What Expected and What not Achieved” presented at the National Workshop on Implementation of Hariyali Guidelines” Organized by CWLM, NIRD, Hyderabad, 16-18 August 2005.

ix)      B. K. Sahu, “Micro-Enterprises and Women Development: The Challenges Ahead” Presented at the National Seminar on “Entrepreneurship Development for Livelihood Security-Experiences, prospects & Strategies for Rural India” organized jointly by Mobilization and Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Bareilly, UP, From 29th November to 1st December, 2005.

x)        B. K. Sahu, “Human Resources Development for Agriculture Development” Presented at the International Conference on “Social Science perspectives in Agricultural Research and Development” jointly organised by VARDAN, IFPRI and ISEE held at IARI Campus, New Delhi from 15th to 18th February 2006.

xi)      B. K. Sahu, “Tasar Food Plantation and Management for Alternative Livelihood: A case study of Chhattisgarh” Presented at the National Seminar on “Rural India Developmental Alternatives: Sectoral Convergence for Livelihood Security” organized jointly by Mobilization and Central Institute for Research on Goats (CIRG), Mathura, UP, From 16th to 19th January, 2009.

xii)    B. K. Sahu, “Human Resources Development for Agriculture Development in WTO Era” Presented at the “International Seminar  on  World Trade Organization and its Impact on Agricultural Trade”  held at Hotel Howard Park Plaza, AGRA, organized by Green Cross Society, Agra, UP, on13th to 14th February, 2009.

Journal Publication

i)           Author of the paper “Growth of Agricultural Co-operative Credit Institutions in Odisha : An Overview”, Published in Land Bank Journal, Vol. XXXXIII September 2004, Issue II, by National Co-operative Agriculture and Rural Banks’ Federation Ltd, Mumbai.

HONOURS AND AWARDS

i)          Technical Session Co-Chair in the National Seminar on “Micro Enterprise Promotion in Rural India: Experiences, Prospects & Strategies”, Organized by IIT, Delhi, 18-19, November 2004.

ii)        Session Judge in the National Seminar on “Micro Enterprise Promotion in Rural India: Experiences, Prospects & Strategies”, Organized by IIT, Delhi, 18-19, November 2004.

iii)      Technical Session Chair in the National Seminar on “Entrepreneurship Development for Livelihood Security-Experiences, prospects & Strategies for Rural India” organized jointly by Mobilization and Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Bareilly, UP, from 29th November to 1st December, 2005.

iv)      Technical Session Chair in the National Seminar on Rural India developmental Alternatives: Sectoral Convergence for Livelihood Security” organized jointly by Mobilization and Central Institute for Research on Goats (CIRG), Mathura, UP, from 16th to 19th January 2009.

v)        Technical Session Chair in the “International Seminar on World Trade Organization and its Impact on Agricultural Trade” held at Hotel Howard Park Plaza, Agra, organized by Green Cross Society, Agra, UP, on13th to 14th February, 2009.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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