GIRI Institute of Development Studies
 
 
Journal Articles

Ali, Manjur (2021). Locating Elite Muslims’ India through Their Writings. Economic and Political Weekly, 56(4): 25-29.

 

Singh, ShilpShikha (2020). Transforming Margins through Resistance, Articulation and Politics: Tale of Musahars of India. Society and Culture in South Asia, 6 (2): 273-303. SAGE Publications.

 

Kumar, Nomita P. (2020). Diagnostics of Service Delivery Mechanism of ICDS: Rhetoricsfrom the Field Study in Uttar Pradesh. Man and Development, 24 (2): 109-128.

 

Kumar, Nomita P. (2020). Agrarian Distress and Indebtedness of Farmer Households in RuralUttar Pradesh: Emerging Issues and Challenges, Productivity 61 (1): 97-114.

 

Rao, K. Srinivasa& B. Padma Narayana (2020). Seasonal Income Determinants of Vegetable Crops Grown by Farmers in Bahraich District of Uttar Pradesh. International Journalof Modern Agriculture, 9(3): 878 – 888.

 

Roy, Animesh (2020). Dispossession, Neoliberal Urbanism and Societal Transformation: Insight into Rajarhat New Township in West Bengal. In Mishra D., Nayak P. (eds) Landand Livelihoods in Neoliberal India (PP. 169-194). Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Trivedi, Prashant K (2020). The Expressway to Agra-Two Roads, Same Destination: LandAcquisition under old and new land acquisition regimes. In Mishra, D. and Nayak, P.(eds) Land and Livelihoods in Neoliberal India (PP. 235- 248). Singapore: PalgraveMacmillan.

 

Roy, Animesh (2020). The Land Question: Political Economy of Dispossession and RuralLivelihoods. Social Change and Development, 27 (1): 1-24.

 

Ali, Manjur (2020). Book Chapter: ‘Diversity, Discrimination or Difference: A case study ofDevelopment in Bundelkhand Region’. Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Panning Department.

 

Kumar, Nomita P. (2019). ICDS Striving for Holistic Development: Insights from a FieldStudy in Uttar Pradesh. Economic and Political Weekly, 54(48): 54-62.

 

Singh, ShilpShikha and Manjur Ali (2019) Are Reserved Constituencies Dalit Centric?Experience from Uttar Pradesh, Studies in Indian Politics, Volume 7 (1), 70-82. SAGEPublications.

 

Ali, Manjur (2019). Development’ and the Mahagathbandhan in UP. Economic and PoliticalWeekly, 54(16): 12-14.

 

Roy, Animesh (2019). Review of ‘Dispossession without Development: Land Grabs inNeoliberal India’ by Michael Levien. American Journal of Sociology, 124 (6):1929-1932. Chicago University Press

 

BaliyanKavita and Mehta, G.S. (2019). Impact of Out Migration from Uttarakhand:Insights from the Field.Madhya Pradesh Journal of Social Sciences, 24 (2): 45-66.

 

Kumar, Nomita P. and Baliyan, Kavita (2019). Structural Changes in the Rural LabourMarket and its Implication in Agriculture Sector in Uttar Pradesh.Anvesak, 49(1-2):49 (1-2): 73-96.

 

Baliyan, Kavita (2019). Remaining in Uttrakhand Villages: Causes and Consequences-Evidence from the Field.UPUEA Economic Journal, 12(1): 52-67.

 

Ali, Manjur (2019). Regional Aspirations: The Politics of Accommodation throughDevelopment. In A.P. Singh and K. Murari (ed.) ‘Political Process in Contemporary India’. New Delhi: Pearson Education.

 

Roy, Animesh (2019). The Land Question at the Margin: Dispossession, ‘Industrial Rush’ and Proletarianization of Peasants. Indian Journal of Spatial Science, 10 (1): 10-18.

 

Baliyan, S.K., Kumar, S. and Baliyan, Kavita. (2019). Growth and Disparities in Non-Farm Employment in Uttar Pradesh: District Level Analysis. The Indian Economic Journal,102 (1): 492-503. Published by The Journal of Indian Economic Association.

 

Kumar, Nomita P. (2019), Maternal and Child Health Status and Determinants in UttarPradesh. Madhya Pradesh Journal of Social Sciences, 24 (1): 64-80.

 

Kumar, Nomita P. (2019). Paving the Way for Transformational Future- Women Entrepreneursin Uttar Pradesh. Productivity, 60(1): 42-56.

 

Kumar, Nomita P. (2019). Review of ‘Patterns of Development’ by Ajit Kumar Singh. Madhya Pradesh Journal of Social Sciences, 24(1): 135-140.

 

Baliyan, S. K., Kumar S. &BaliyanKavita. (2019). Analysis of the Growth in the Non-farmWorkers and Its Impact on Rural Development: A Study of the Rural Areas in Uttar Pradesh. In Kandari, Prashant, Sati, M.C. & Rana, P.S. (Eds), AgriculturalTransformation and Rural Development in India: Issues, Challenges and Possibilities (pp. 74-95). Dehradun India: BSMPS, Publishers & Distributors of Scientific Books.

 

Kumar, Nomita P. (2019), Changing Dynamics of Formal- Informal Labour Market in UttarPradesh. Productivity, 60 (3): 326-344.

 

Kumar, Nomita P. (2019). Regional Disparities in Economic and social Development. InMamgain R. P. (Ed) in Growth, Disparities and Inclusive Development in IndiaPerspective from the Indian State of Uttar Pradesh (pp. 103-130). Singapore: Springer.

 

Senapati, C. (2019).Employment Status of Scheduled Caste Youth in Uttar Pradesh under Skill Development Programme”, UPUEA Economic Journal, ABiannual-Bilingual Refereed Journal Of Economics, Vol 15, (2&3) November, ISSN-09752382.

 

Rao, K. Srinivasa (2020). Vegetable Growers in Bareilly District of Uttar Pradesh:Determinants of Income Levels. International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts,8(12): 2720-2727.

 

Rao, K. Srinivasa (2020). Cultivation of Vegetables in Mid-Western Plain Zone of UttarPradesh: Growth and Variations. Journal of Emerging Technologies and InnovativeResearch, 7(12): 797 – 805.

 

Rao, K. Srinivasa (2020). Vegetable Crops in Bareilly District of Uttar Pradesh: Determinantsof Yield Levels. International Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology,5(12): 277 – 281

 

Rao, K. Srinivasa (2020). Skill Gap Analysis in Uttar Pradesh: A study of selected Districts.Solid State Technology, 63 (4): 506-1523.

 

Rao, K. Srinivasa (2020). A Comparative Study of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand on thefunctions of Gram Panchayats. Studies in Indian Place Names, 40 (70): 1275 – 1305.

 

Rao, K. Srinivasa (2020). Vegetable Growers Income Levels Determinants in Agra. ShodhDarpan- An International Multidisciplinary Peer Reviewed and Refereed Journal,11(1): 15 – 26.

 

Rao, K. Srinivasa (2020). Income Levels Determinants of Vegetable Growers in Allahabad.Manaviki, 12(1): 25 – 31. Rao, K. Srinivasa (2020). Yield Levels of Vegetable Crops in Allahabad: It’s Determinants.Research Today, 11(4): 248 – 259.

 

Rao, K. Srinivasa (2020). Trends and Variations in Vegetable Cultivation: A study in SouthWestern Semi-Arid Zone of Uttar Pradesh. The Eternity, 11(3): 69 – 79.

 

Rao, K. Srinivasa (2019). Factors determining Yield Levels of Vegetable Crops in BahraichDistrict of Uttar Pradesh. Research Today, 10(2): 21 – 32.

 

Rao, K. Srinivasa (2019). Vegetable Cultivation in Central Zone of Uttar Pradesh: Trends andVariations. ShodhDarpan: An International Multidisciplinary Peer Reviewed andRefereed Journal, 10 (1): 39 – 47.

 

Rao, K. Srinivasa (2019). Determinants of Vegetable Crops Yield Levels in Agra. The Eternity,9 (1-2): 30 – 40.

 

Senapati, C. (2017). "Rise of China and Ethnic Minority in Xinjiang: A Case of Development and Security", Jindal Journal of International Affairs, Volume 1, Issue 2, June, pages-27, ISSN 2249-8095.

 

Senapati, C. (2016). "Terrorism in South Asia and Role of China",The Indian Journal of Political Science, Vol. LXXVII No-3, July-Sept,pp-397-406ISSN 0019-5510 (UGC 41856)

 

Senapati, C. (2014). “Human Security and Peace Prospects in Central Asia” Journal of Peace Studies, Vol.21, (1) January-March, pp-40-67 ISSN: 0972-5563

  • Senapati, C., S.K. Thorat (2014), “Employment and Unemployment Situation: Rural and Urban“ in (Ed) Thorat, Sukhadeo and Nidhi Sadana Sabharwal, Bridging the Social Gap: Perspectives on Dalit Empowerment, p.p. 214-247, Sage, New Delhi, ISBN:978-81-321-1311-9 (HB)

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  • Senapati, C., S.K. Thorat (2014), “Reservation and share in Public Employment” in (Ed) Thorat, Sukhadeo and Nidhi Sadana Sabharwal, Bridging the Social Gap: Perspectives on Dalit Empowerment, p.p.248-259, Sage, New Delhi, ISBN:978-81-321-1311-9 (HB)

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  • Senapati, C. (2014). “Identity of Karna as the central Characters in the Epic Mahabharat: a Modern Interpretation” Department of Eastern countries Literature, Faculty of Oriental Philology and History of the Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies for International Conference on The Epic Tradition in Uzbek and Eastern Literature: the Problem of the National Versions, 19-20 May 2014 p.p. 223-229 Vol. 894375.1 bbk 83.3(5)

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