DEPARTMENTALPROFILE

1. Name of theDepartment:  PSYCHOLOGY

2. Year of establishment:     1957

3. Is theDepartment part of a School/Faculty of the university?       YES,Faculty of Arts

4. Names ofProgrammes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M. Phil., Ph.D., Integrated

Masters;  Integrated Ph.D., etc.)    : UG,PG, Ph.D.

5.Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved:  NA

6. Courses incollaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions: NA

7. Details ofprogrammes / courses discontinued, if any, with reasons: M. Phil., Due to shortage of Faculty

8. Annual/ Semester/ChoiceBased Credit System: ANNUAL, SEMESTER, CBCS

9. Participationof the department in the courses offered by other departments: YES, Teaching at Department of BusinessAdministration in MBA & Department of Home Science at UG & PG levels

10. Number ofteaching posts sanctioned and filled

 

Sanctioned

filled

Professors

01

00

Associate Professors

04

00

Asst. Professors

07

03

 

11. Facultyprofile with name, qualification, designation and specialization

(D.Sc./D.Litt./Ph.D./M.Phil., etc.)

Name

Dr. Anupam Nath Tripathi (Superannuation 2017)

Qualification

MA, Ph. D.

Designation

Professor

Specialization

Experimental & Cognitive Psychology

No. of Years of Experience

38 Years

No. of Ph.D. students

guided for the last 5 years

 

Awarded = 04

 

Name

Dr. Prem Sagar Nath Tiwari (Superannuation 2016)

Qualification

M.A., D. Phil.

Designation

Professor

Specialization

Applied Social Psychology, Environmental Psychology

No. of Years of Experience

37 Years

No. of Ph.D. students

guided for the last 5 years

 

Awarded = 09                             Submitted= 01

 

Name

Dr. (Mrs.) Sushma Pandey

Qualification

MA, Ph.D.

Designation

Professor  & Head

Specialization

Human Development, Social& Cognitive Psychology and Organizational Behavior

No. of Years of Experience

33 Years 5 Months

No. of Ph.D. students

guided for the last 5 years

 

Awarded=06         Registered= 05

Allotted & pursuing Pre Ph.D. Course= 03   

 

Name

Dr. (Mrs.) Anubhuti Dubey

Qualification

MA, Ph.D.

Designation

Professor

Specialization

Applied Social Psychology, Health & Positive Psychology, Counseling Psychology

No. of Years of Experience

21 Year and 06 Months

No. of Ph.D. students

guided for the last 5 years

 

Awarded=  08        Registered=  04    

 Allotted & pursuing Pre Ph.D. Course= 03     

 

Name

Dr. Dhananjay Kumar

Qualification

MA, Ph.D.

Designation

 Professor

Specialization

Clinical Psychology, Social Cognition & Cross-Cultural Psychology,  Psychological Assessment

No. of Years of Experience

21 Year 06 Months

No. of Ph.D. students

guided for the last 5 years

 

Awarded=  06                     Registered= 01    

Allotted &  and pursuing Pre Ph.D. Course= 05    

 

12. List ofsenior Visiting Fellows, faculty, adjunct faculty, emeritus professors: Prof. Prem Sagar Nath Tiwari,  ( reemployed, Session 2019-2020)

 

13. Percentageof classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise

information:

Name

Status

Programme

Classes

Dr. Shraddesh Kumar Tiwari

PDF, ICSSR

UG

12 Classes per week

Dr. Seema Srivastava

PDF, ICSSR

UG

12 Classes per week

Astha Shukla

SRF, UGC

UG

12 Classes per week

Niharika Tripathi

JRF, ICSSR

UG

12 Classes per week

Annu Prasad

SRF, UGC

UG

12 Classes per week

Nisha Kumari

JRF, ICSSR

UG

12 Classes per week

Vandana Singh

JRF, ICSSR

UG

12 Classes per week

 

14.Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio: 

Programme

Session

Student-Teacher Ratio

UG

2014-15

480:5

2015-16

480:5

2016-17

480:4

2017-18

480:4

2018-19

480:3

2019-20

480:3

PG

2014-15

90:5

2015-16

90:5

2016-17

90:4

2017-18

90:4

2018-19

90:3

2019-20

101:3

 

15. Number ofacademic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned

and filled-

 

 

Academic Support Staff

Sanctioned

Filled

Group C

Administrative

Technical

01

02

01

01

Group D

Administrative

Technical

03

03

01

02

 

16. Researchthrust areas recognized by funding agencies:  Theoretical-Experimental and DevelopmentalPsychology; Environment & Cognition ; Counseling Training & HealthPsychology; Domestic violence, Child Abuse and human developmental issues.

 

17. Number offaculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international funding

Agencies and c)Total grants received. Give the names of the funding agencies and

Grants receivedproject-wise-

 

Project

Funding Agency

Grant Received

International

GFATM-R7

 

Rs. 93,59,184.00

 

Global Religion Research Initiative (GRRI), International Collaborative Research Project

$ 25000.00

National

ICSSR

Rs. 120000.00

 

18.Inter-institutional collaborative projects and grants received:  YES

a) All Indiacollaboration b) International =  (i) TATAInstitute of Social Sciences, Mumbai  

                                                                        (ii)Wittenberg University, USA

 

19. Departmentalprojects funded by DST-FIST; UGC-SAP/CAS, DPE; DBT, ICSSR,

etc.; totalgrants received. : Rs 120000/- funded byICSSR

 

20. Researchfacility/centre with:  YES

Staterecognition

Nationalrecognition = Counseling Training Centre for HIV/AIDS Counselors  

Internationalrecognition= Global Religion Research Initiative (GRRI), International

                                                CollaborativeResearch

 

21. Specialresearch laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies: NIL

 

22.Publications:

Numberof papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international):  94

Monographs:NIL

Chaptersin Books:  33

Book: 01

EditedBooks: 05

Bookswith ISBN with details of publishers:

 

1)     SushmaPandey (2020). Child Abuse in Schools: Psychological Impacts. NewDelhi: Concept Publishing Company. ISBN (In Press).

2)     Aradhana Shukla, AnubhutiDubey & Narendra Singh Thagunna (Eds.) (2019). Psyche of AsianSociety. New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company. ISBN 93-86682-82-6.

3)      Aradhana Shukla and Anubhuti Dubey (Eds.)(2017). Mental Health, Psy-Social Perspectives: Strength of Human Resources (Vol.Three), New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company. ISBN 978-93-5125-171-2.

4)     Anubhuti Dubey& Aardhana Shukla (Eds.) (2017). Mental Health Psychosocial–SocialPerspectives: Therapeutic Application (Vol. Four), New Delhi:Concept Publishing Company. ISBN 978-93-5125-172-9.

5)     Aradhana Shukla and AnubhutiDubey (Eds.) (2015). Mental Health Psychosocial –Social Perspectives:Issues and Interventions (Vol. One), New Delhi: Concept publishing Company.ISBN 978-93-5125-169-9.

6)     Anubhuti Dubey& Aradhana Shukla (Eds.) (2015). Mental HealthPsychosocial–Social Perspectives: Multi-group Analysis (Vol. Two), NewDelhi: Concept Publishing Company. ISBN 978-93-5125-170-0.

Numberlisted in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus,

HumanitiesInternational Complete, Dare Database - International Social

SciencesDirectory, EBSCO host etc.) :

 

CitationIndex – range / average: 

 

SNIP:

SJR:

ImpactFactor – range / average:  Average 6

 

h-index:  Average 5

 

23. Details ofpatents and income generated: NIL

 

24. Areas ofconsultancy and income generated: NIL

 

25. Facultyselected nationally/ internationally to visit other laboratories in India and

abroad: YES

 

26. Facultyserving in:  03

 

27. Facultyrecharging strategies: NIL

 

28. Studentprojects: YES (Lab experiments; FieldStudy & Dissertation)

 

29. Awards /recognitions received at the national and international level by: YES

Faculty = Prof.Sushma Pandey(National award of Excellence for Best Teacher, 2018). AdarshVidya Saraswati Rashtriya Puruskar by Global Management Council, Ahamedabad

 

Doctoral: UGCJRF- 1; UGC JRF for Minority- 1; ICSSR Doctoral fellows=03; Rajiv GandhiFellowship= 04

 

Post-doctoral fellows=ICSSR PDF=02

 

30. Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national /

international)with details of outstanding participants, if any.

 

Sl. No.

Title of Seminar

National/

International

Date

Source of Funding

1

Life span human development: Emerging Issues and Challenges

National

Sep. 15-16, 2019

UGC

2

Health & Well being: Research Trends & Applications

National

Sep. 15-16, 2018

UGC

3

Human Development: Research Trends, Applications and Possibilities

National

March 23-24, 2018

UGC

4

Culture & Human Behaviour

National

Sep. 15-16, 2016

UGC

5

Social Justice & Language

National

Sep. 15, 2015

UGC

6

Linking Social Science with Societal Development

National

Sep. 15, 2014

UGC

7

Intergroup Relations in Contemporary Indian Societies: Multidisciplinary Perspectives

National

March 25-26, 2014

UGC

 

31. Code ofethics for research followed by the departments: The department practices following code ethics for research-

A.   Respect for the Research Participants

·        Protection of Individual Autonomy

·        Informed consent

·        Confidentiality

·        Absence of coercion

·        Debriefing

B.     Adequate assessment of risks and benefits

C.   Justice: Benefits and burdens ofresearch should be fairly distributed in society

 

32. Studentprofile course-wise:

 

Session -2018-2019

Name of the Course

 

Applications received

 

Selected

(Male/ Female)

Pass percentage

(Male/ Female)

P.G.

112

45 (M-04; F-41)

 

Ph. D.

07

  07 (M-02; F-05)

100%

 

33. Diversity ofstudents:

Number ofstudents from other states and countries year wise during the last five years

 Year

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

No. of Admitted Students

45

45

45

45

45

Students from OS

00

00

00

01

00

Percentage

0

0

0

2%

0

AveragePercentage = 2%

 

34. How manystudents have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services

examinations,NET, SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details

category-wise-

UGC NETqualified: 15

SETqualified:  02

 

Sl. No.

Name

Year of Joining

Department where Joined

Designation

1

Dr. Garima Gupta

2014

Arya Mahila PG College, Varanasi

Assistant Professor

2

Dr. Kirti Mishra

2015

Block Resources Center, Khalilabad, Sant Kabir Nagar, UP under Basic Education Department, UP

Assistant Teacher

3

Shilpi Jaiswal

2015

Municipal Corporation of Delhi Education Department, New Delhi

Educational Counselor

4

Dr. Prageyesh Mishra

2015

 M.P P.G College, Jangle Dhusad, Gorakhpur, UP

Assistant Professor

5

Dr. Venkat Raman

2015

M.P P.G College, Jangle Dhusad, Gorakhpur, UP

Assistant Professor

6

Dr. Garima Singh

2016

St Joseph’s College for women, Civil Lines. Gorakhpur

Assistant Professor

7

Rashi Kaushik

2016

 Mhila Shakti Kendra, Women Welfare Department, Gorakhpur

District Coordinator

8

Shivangi Pandey

2016

Lord’s English School, Lar, Deoria, UP

Assistant Teacher

9

Dr Aparna Pathak

2017

DAV College, Siwan, Bihar

Assistant Professor

10

Dr. Tulika Pandey

2017

Sant Vinoba PG College, Deoria, UP

Assistant Professor

11

Dr. Nidhi Gupta

2017

Vidya Bhawan Mahila  College, Siwan, Bihar

Assistant Professor

12

Dr. Shikha Rai

2017

Munshi Singh College, Mitihari, East Champaran, Bihar

Assistant Professor

13

Dr. Tulika Singh

2017

Ramdayalu Singh College, Ramdayalunagar, Muzzaffarpur, Bihar

Assistant Professor

14

Dr. Vijay Sen Pandey

2017

CM College, Darbhanga, Bihar

Assistant Professor

15

Dr. Sunil Kumar Mishra

2017

BRB College, Samastipur, Bihar

Assistant Professor

16

Dr. Ekta Srivastava

2017

CM College, Darbanga, Bihar

Assistant Professor

17

Dr. Jyotima Upadhyay

2017

SM College, Bhagalpur, Bihar

Assistant Professor

18

Dr. Vandana Maurya

2017

College of Commerce, Arts & Science, Opposite Rajendra Nagar Terminal, Kankarbagh, Patna

Assistant Professor

19

Dr. Anjana Srivastava

2017

Iswar Saran PG College, Prayagraj, UP

Assistant Professor

20

Dr. Arun Dwivedi

2017

Banasthali Vidyapeeth, Rajasthan

Assistant  Professor

21

Dr. Anita

2017

Blood Bank District Hospital, Siddharth Nagar

Counselor

22

Akancha Pandey

2017

Little Flower School, Dharampur, Gorakhpur

Assistant Teacher

23

Dr. Tanya Singh

2018

Basic Education Department, Deoria, UP

Assistant Professor

24

Dr. Aparna Mishra

2018

Awadh Law College, Barabanki, UP

Assistant Professor

25

Dr. Preeti Shahi

2018

Department of Women Welfare & Child Development, Gorakhpur, UP

Psychosocial Counselor

26

Rabiya Sultan

2018

One Stop Centre, Department of Women & Welfare & Child Development, Kanpur Nagar, UP

Psychosocial Counselor

27

Puja Gupta

2018

Basudev Tiwari Sewa Sansthan “Punarjanm” Drug deaddiction cum Rehabilitation Centre, Sonbarsa, Gorakhpur

Counselor and Area Coordinator

28

Shivanshi

2018

Basudev Tiwari Sewa Sansthan “Punarjanm” Drug deaddiction cum Rehabilitation Centre, Sonbarsa, Gorakhpur

Counselor

29

Nidhi Maddhesia

2018

One Stop Centre, Mirzapur, UP under Women and Child welfare Department

Psychosocial Counselor

30

Shalini Gupta

2018

One Stop Centre, Gazipur, UP under Women and Child Welfare Department

Psychosocial Counselor

31

Pratima Kumari

2018

Gram Sthali Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Kakra Khor, Gorakhpur, UP

Assistant Professor

32

Dr. Reena Malviya

2019

Buddha PG College, Kushinagar, UP

Assistant Professor

33

Dr. Himanshu Pandey

2019

Forensic Science Department, Lucknow, U.P.

Scientific Officer

34

Radha Maddhesia

2019

St. Joseph’s College for Women, Civil Lines, Gorakhpur

Assistant Professor

35

Dr. Vartika Shukla

2019

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Maharajganj, UP MG College, Gorakhpur

Assistant Professor

36

Dr. Harendra Sharma

2019

HRPG College Khalilabad

Assistant Professor

37

Niharika Tripathi

2019

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Chitrakoot, U.P

Counselor

38

Astha Shukla

2019

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh

Counselor

39

Khushi Jaiswal

2019

Modern Heritage Academy, Gorakhpur

Assistant Teacher

40

Divya Pathak

2019

Psychologs Magazine, New Delhi

Assistant Editor

41

Harshita Singh

2019

Jawahar Navodaya School, Amethi, U.P.

Counselor

42

Dr Seema Srivastava

2020

DIET, Gorakhpur

Psychology

Lecturer

43

Dr Himanshu Pandey

2020

Mandaliya Manovigyan Kendra, Gorakhpur

Psychology

Lecturer

 

35. Studentprogression

Studentprogression Percentage against enrolled

UG to PG:      25%

PG to M. Phil. :  01

PG to Ph.D.:   23

Ph.D. toPost-Doctoral: 01

Employed: 43

Campus selection:    NA

Other thancampus recruitment:  More than 50

Entrepreneurs:  More than 10 students are doing differentBusiness

 

36. Diversity ofstaff

Percentage offaculty who are graduates-

of the sameuniversity :   80.00%  (04 out of 05)

from otheruniversities within the State:  20.00% (01 out of 05)

from universitiesfrom other States:  NIL

from universitiesoutside the country: NIL

 

37. Number offaculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the

assessmentperiod :  NIL

 

38. Presentdetails of infrastructural facilities with regard to-

a) Library:  Department of Psychologyhas a library with more than 2300 books & 700 Journals.

b) Internetfacilities for staff and students:  Available but not Functional

c) Total numberof class rooms:  06

d) Class roomswith ICT facility:  02

e) Students’laboratories: 02

f) Researchlaboratories: 03

 

39. List ofdoctoral, post-doctoral students and Research Associates-24

a) from the hostuniversity : 19

b) from otheruniversities :  05

 

40. Number ofpost graduate students getting financial assistance from the

University:

 

41. Was any needassessment exercise undertaken before the development of new

programme(s)? Ifso, highlight the methodology:

The needassessment exercises undertaken by the department before proposing two newdiploma programs, namely, PG Diploma in Guidance and Counseling; PG Diploma inHuman Resource Management are as follows-

    

·        A survey among UG & PG students ofPsychology and their feedbacks

·        Discussions with stakeholders

·        Discussions with colleagues and experts

 

42. Does thedepartment obtain feedback from:

a. facultyon curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does

the departmentutilize the feedback?

 YES, through continuous exchange ofthoughts among faculty on curriculum, teaching-learning-evaluation and resolutionsin Board of Studies &Faculty meetings

b.students on staff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does

the departmentutilize the feedback? YES, Feedback from students

c.alumni and employers on the programmes offered and how does the department

utilize thefeedback? No Such System

 

43. List thedistinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)

Sl No.

Name of Alumni

Address

1

Prof. S. N. Rai

Former Head, Department of Psychology, CCS University, Meerut, UP

2

Prof. Girishwar Mishra

Former Vice Chancellor, Mahatma Gandhi Antarrahtriya Hindi University, Wardha, Maharastra

3

Prof. Anand Prakesh

Head, Department of Psychology, Delhi University, New Delhi

4

Prof. Ashok Srivastava

NCERT, New Delhi

5

Prof. Aradhana Shukla

Former Head, Department of Psychology, SSJ Campus, Kumaun University, Almora, Uttrakhand

6

Prof. Ramji Srivastava

Department of Psychology, Shibli National PG College, Ajamgarh, UP

7

Prof. K. N. Tripathi

Head, Department of Psychology, Barkatullah University, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

8

Prof. Dinesh Nagar

Department of Psychology, Barkatullah University, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

9

Prof. K.B.L Srivastava

IIT, Kharagpur, West Bengal

10.

Dr. S.N. Shukla

M.L.K. PG. College, Balrampur, UP

 

 

44. Give detailsof student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /

seminar)involving external experts:  U.G.C.Funded special Lectures and workshops, Seminar & refresher courses areorganized from time to time.

 

45. List theteaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programs: Class room Lecture, Group Discussions,Seminars and Student presentations, Field works, Lab Experiments, Learningthrough Poster presentations, and Audio-Visual (Smart Class Approach)

 

46. How does thedepartment ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and learningoutcomes are monitored? : Feedback, Results,Placement

 

47. Highlightthe participation of students and faculty in extension activities-  The Faculty members are contributing inProctor Duties, DSW office, IQAC, Examination & Evaluation Centers, GUWWA, FlyingSquad, Athletic Association.   

 

48. Give detailsof ―beyond syllabus scholarly activities of the department: InvitedLectures; Poster Competition; World Mental Health Day Program on October 10every year; Educational Visit to different organizations.

 

49. Statewhether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies?

If yes, givedetails. : YES, NAAC in 2005 with grade B+

 

50. Brieflyhighlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge,

basic orapplied. : Updating curriculum; By publishing text and reference books;developing psychological tools & tests; Developing Intervention modules andits implementation.

 

51. Detail anyfive Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of

the department.

SWOCof the Department of Psychology

DDUGorakhpur University, Gorakhpur

Strengths

·         Diverse model systems used for research and teaching

·         Interaction with students

·         Interaction with Eminent Scholars

·         Funding from different agencies

·         Frequent revision of course curricula as per UGC norms and  local socio-cultural context

·         Both theoretical and applied researches

·         Collaborative researches

·          Department has up-to-date and rich library for faculty members, research scholars and PG students

·         Well equipped laboratory facility for UG,  PG and Ph.D. students

·         Regular teaching in the department and smart class facility for students

·         Teachers with rich experience in teaching and research

·         Dedicated & diligent non teaching staff

·         Regular, punctual and disciplined students

·         Dissemination of  knowledge by writing quality books in Hindi & English languages

 

Opportunities

·         Collaborative research opportunity

·         Extension of empirical and applied researches for societal outreach activities

·         Greater opportunity for students in diverse fields through up-to-date and advanced curricula

 

Weaknesses

·         Shortage of teaching faculty

·         Due to shortage of faculty unable to start new courses

·         Need to develop integrative  interdisciplinary research program

·         Poor feedback mechanism

·         Problem in internet network coverage and connectivity

·         Lack of original statistical software and logistics

·         Insufficient grants for Lab work & Library

·         Required an extension of reading hall for library and Seminar hall

Challenges

         Poor student-teacher ratio

         Need to inculcate Soft skills and communication skills in students

         Need to develop teaching and research programs which are novel and integrative that attract best brain of country

         More training needed for digital mode of education

         Completion of course curricula due to shortage of faculty

 

 

Future Plans

1.      Afterthe completion of all three phases of UGC DSA program the department is lookingforward for advance study center in the area of human development, environmentand cognition.

 

2.Student Guidance cell to help them for preparation of competitive exams/NETetc.

 

3.      Departmentis exploring new avenues for guidance and counseling to different segments ofsociety i.e. abused, learning disabled children, victimized women, patients andelderly people

 

4.      Weare enduring to start health awareness programs as well as preventiveintervention program for minimizing the incidence and consequences of childabuse, domestic violence, school bullying and intergroup discrimination and forhealth promotion.

 

5.      Thedepartment is planning to start PG diploma courses in psychological counselingand human resource management.

 

6.      Thedepartment has started working to publish an edited book on “ Human behavior insocio- cultural context”

 

 


Sr. No.
Teacher Name
Designation
Mobile No.
Photo
Profile
1Prof. Sushma PandeyProfessor and Head9450337646, 6392388678View
2Prof. Anubhuti DubeyProfessor9415270556View
3Prof. Dhananjay KumarProfessor9651100230View

Under Maintanance

 Sr. No. Course Syllabus CBCS

Research Projects (Last 5 Years)

Project Title
Investigator
Funding Agency
Department
State/Central Govt.
Funds
Year
Duration
GFATMProf. P.S.N TiwariGFATM Round-7PsychologyNon- Government 93.5920197 Years
ICSSR ProjectDr. Sushma PandyICSSRPsychologyCentral Government 4.820142

Research Papers

Title of PaperName of the Author/sDepartment of the TeacherName of journalYear of publicationISSNnumber
Speaker Recognition and its Association with Cognition Science: A Brief ReviewPandey R. SrivastavaS. & Pandey S.PsychologyInternational Journal of Current Advanced Research20192319-6505
Study of Orgnaizational Commitment in Relation to Emotional LabourShukla S. & Pandey S.PsychologyInternational Journal of Management Studies20192249-0302
Effect on Reasoning Performance of Females of Different Faculties (Disciplines)A., Tripathi, A.N.PsychologyInternational Journal of Social Sciences20181127-1130
Role of optimism and perceived control in well-being of women in reproductive ageDubey, A. & Mishra, K.PsychologyJournal of Indian Health Psychology20180973-5755
Does child abuse impede behavioural functioning in school children?Pandey S.PsychologyInternational Journal of Indian Psychology20182349-3429
Study of academic performance in relation to child abuse and academic achievement motivationPandey, H. & Pandey, S.PsychologyAsian Academic Research Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities20182349-3429.
Effect of intrinsic motivation on development of creativity in adolescents.Pandey, S & Tripathi, N.PsychologyAsian Academic Research Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities20182278-859X
Role of emotional labour and emotional intelligence in workforce.Pandey, S. & Gupta, N.PsychologyAyan An International Multidisciplinary Refereed Research Journal20182278-859X
Does child abuse obstruct the level of self-esteem in adolescents?Pandey, S. & Singh, P.PsychologyThe international journal of Indian Psychology20182349-3429
Impact of Academic Achievement Motivation on Academic Performance of StudentsPandey, S. & Singh, P.PsychologyInternational Journal of Indian Psychology20182349-3429.
Cognitive Skills in Japanese Encephalitis and Non- Japanese Encephalitis Children of North-East Uttar Pradesh: A Comparative StudyS., Tripathi, A.N. & Patel, A.K.PsychologyInternational Journal of Social Sciences20181142-1145
Child Abuse: An Impediment in the Development of Adolescent Self-esteem.Shukla, A. & Pandey, S.PsychologyAsian Academic Research Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities20182278-859X
Parenting and its role in the development of self-esteem in adolescents.Tripathi, N. & Pandey, S.PsychologyInternational Journal of Indian Psychology20182349-3429
Development of A Multidimensional Scale for Belongingness MotiveAfroz S. and Tiwari P.S.NPsychologyScholars Journal of Art, Humanities And Social Sciences20172347-9493
Future orientation and time management as mediators of time stress-health relationship.Agrawal, M. Pandey, S., Jain, S., Gupta, T., Sheoran, J., & Khan, T. S.PsychologyJournal of Indian Health Psychology20172278-859X
Co-morbid psychological distress in breast and cervix cancer patientsDubey, A.PsychologyIAHRW International Journal of Social Sciences Review20172347-3797
The notion of school teacher in changing social world: A narrative analysisDubey, A. & Singh, G.PsychologyInternational Journal of Education & Management Studies20172231-5632
Impact of Mobile Addiction on Personality: A Study on Higher Secondary School Students.Goswami, V., Singh, D.R. and Kumar, D. 1-2): 47-54 (2013-16).PsychologyInternational Journal of Behavioral Science,20170971-3190
Cognitive representation of illness, coping and well being in cancer patientsKumari, N. & Dubey, A.PsychologyJournal of Indian Health Psychology20170973-5755
Environmental density and its effect on health and quality of lifeKumari, N. & Dubey, A.PsychologyInternational Journal of Research in Social Sciences20172249-2496
Acculturation and academic achievement in Inter-cultural context.Maddhesia, R. & Dubey, A.PsychologyIndian Journal of Psychology & Education20172347-3797
Biculturalism: An emerging feature of globalizationMaddhesia, R. & Dubey, A.PsychologyInternational Journal of Social Sciences Review20172347-3797
Organizational citizenship behavior in school teachers: The role of age and genderPandey, H. & Pandey, S.PsychologyAsian Academic Research Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities20172278-859X
Role of Awareness, Suggestibility and hardiness in Wellbeing of HIV/AIDS affected individualsSharma H.K.& Tiwari PSNPsychologyNew horizon: A Journal of Humanities and social Sciences20172349-2538
Stereotypes threat and academic achievements in students of various social groupsSingh, S., Kumar, D., Patel, A.K., & Tiwari, S.K,PsychologyIndian journal of Health and Well being20172321-3698
Development of Perceived Discrimination Questionnaire: A measure for Different Social CategoriesTiwari, S.K., Patel, A.K. and Kumar, D.PsychologyJournal of Psychosocial research,20170973-5410
Self esteem and vulnerability in elderly peopleYadav, K.S. & Dubey, A.PsychologyIndian Journal of Human Relations20170974-1089
Why do we Belong to Groups: An empirical studyAfroz S. and Tiwari P.S.NPsychologyIndian Journal of Community Psychology20160974-2719
Health literacy and health practices in women of Sabia village of Kushinagar district: A qualitative analysis.Dubey, A. & Tripathi, K.M.PsychologyInternational Journal of Physical and Social Sciences,20162249-5894
Structural Influence of family on Religious Orientation, Quality of life and HappinessKumar M. and Tiwari P.S.N.PsychologyInternational Journal of Applied Psychology2016 
Help seeking behaviour and predictors of patients delay after symptom appraisal for oral cancer and perceived barriers.Pandey, S., Tamta, P. & Tripathi, N.PsychologyJournal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Medicine, and Pathology20162347-4491
Does verbal ability facilitate the development of working memory?Pandey, S., Tripathi, N. & Prasad, A.PsychologyJournal of Psychological Researches: An international Journal20160973-5755
Health Literacy and Health Problems among Literate and Illiterate Women.Rawat, V.P. & Kumar, D.PsychologyJournal of Indian Health Psychology.20160973-5755
Mental health and well being of caregivers: A review of literature.Singh, G. & Dubey, A.PsychologyIndian Journal of Psychological20160972-4427
Psychological resources: An asset to the Indian caregiversSingh, G. & Dubey, A.PsychologyIndian Journal of Psychology20160019-5553
Assessment of Explicit and Implicit Self Esteem among Students of Different Social CategoriesTiwari S. K., Patel A.K., Kumar D.PsychologyInternational Journal of Indian Psychology20162349-3429
Level of communication and Support among the Internet user Adolescents.Tiwari, P.S.N., Afroz, S., Tripathi, R. & Kumar, D.PsychologyIndian Journal of Applied Psychology.20160019-5073
Work stress and health as predictors of organizational commitment in railway employeesTiwari, S., Pandey,S., Shukla, A. &Shukla, A.K.PsychologyJournal of Research: The Bede Athenaeum. Special issue for the international conference on work stress and health: Recent perceptions future trends.20162212-5558
Cognitive science and psychology: Some reflections PsychologyIndian Journal of Psychological Issues20150976-8602
Effect of transformational leadership on organizational citizenship behavior in teachers PsychologyJournal of Psychological Researches: An International Journal20152231-0045.
Time management as buffer in time stress-health relationship: A study on medical professionals PsychologyIndian Journal of Psychological Issues,20152278-859X
Belongingness among different age groupsAfroz S. and Tiwari P.S.N.PsychologyIndian Journal of Positive Psychology,20152229-4937
Measuring ‘A Sense of Belonging’: An OverviewAfroz S. and Tiwari P.S.N.PsychologyInternational Journal of Education and Information Sciences,20152249-0108
Psychological abuse: Impact on childrenAfroz S. and Tiwari P.S.N.PsychologyIndian Journal of Health and wellbeing20152229-5356
Characteristics of communication of doctor during consultation.Dubey, A. & Gupta, S.PsychologyAsian Journal of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities,20152311-3782.
Development of a Tool to Measure Social Participation.Kumari P., Anita K. & Kumar, D.PsychologyAsian Resonance20152349-9443
A study of creative potentials in adolescentsPandey, S.PsychologyIndian Journal of Psychological Issues20150972-4427
Psychological dynamics of women victimizations and its impact on healthPandey, S.PsychologyAsian Resonance20150976-8602
Managing time stress in medical professionals: The role of future orientationPandey, S. & Pandey, V.R.PsychologyAsian Academic Research Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, , 336-34920150972-4427
A developmental study of working memory in relation to individual differencesPandey, S. & Rai, S.Psychology 20150972-4427
Organizational commitment in relation to work stress and health.Pandey, S., Rai, S. & Gupta, N.PsychologyIndian Journal of Psychological Issues20150022-3972
Organizational commitment as predictor of organizational citizenship behavior in teachers.Rai, S., Pandey, S. & Tiwari, S.Psychology 20152278-859X
A Study of Motivational Aspect of Self, Self Motive, Self Esteem and Individualism-Collectivism in Tribal Groups of North East Uttar Pradesh.Rawat, V.P. & Kumar, D.PsychologyVidyawarta,20152319-9318
Self-esteem and Mental Health of Socially Excluded and Marginalized PeopleRawat, V.P. & Kumar, D.PsychologyPrinting area20152394-5303
Study of anxiety and wellbeing among arts and science college studentsSharma K. and Tiwari P.S.N.PsychologyIndian Journal of Health and wellbeing20152229-5356
Coping and well being in infertile males and femalesSingh, S. & Dubey, A.PsychologyJournal of Indian Health Psychology20150973-5755
Development of a Tool to Measure Adherence to Treatment of Patients with Terminal and Chronic DiseasesSrivastava A., Kumari P. & Kumar, D.PsychologyAsian Resonance20150976-8602.
study of awareness and social support among encephalitis survivorsTiwari P.S.N, Sita and Sharma K.PsychologyIndian Journal of Health and wellbeing,20152229-5356
Resilience and Depression among the adults of Eastern Uttar PradeshTiwari P.S.N., Bharti P. and Afroz S.PsychologyInternational Journal of Social sciences20152347-3797
Awareness and Prevention of Japanese Encephalitis among the people of Eastern Uttar PradeshTiwari P.S.N.and Afroz SPsychologyScholars Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences,20152347-9493
Knowledge about HIV/AIDS and quality of life in HIV/AIDS patientsTripathi P. and Tiwari P.S.N.PsychologyIndian Journal of Health and wellbeing,20152229-5356
Obesity related psychological problems and involvement of mothers in obese behavior of adolescent daughtersTripathi, P. & Dubey, A.PsychologyIndian Journal of Health and Well being20152229-5356
The psychology of Women HealthDubey, A.PsychologyGorakhpur Social Scientist20140976-8521
Role of emotional responses in marital adjustment and satisfaction in couples undergoing infertility treatment.Dubey, A. & Singh, S.PsychologyJournal of Positive Psychology20142229-4937
Stress during infertility treatment processDubey, A. &Singh, S.PsychologyUnited Journal of Awadh Scholars20140974-0503
ICT as a source of adolescents stressKumar A. and Tiwari P.S.NPsychologyInternational Journal of Social Sciences Review.20142347-3797
A study of ITC Stress among Indian adolescentsKumar A. and Tiwari P.S.N.PsychologyIndo-Indian Journal of Social Science Research2014 
Problems of Palliative Care in HIV/AIDS Patients.Kumar, D. & Rawat, V. P.PsychologyJigyasa20140974-7648
Indian Women’s perspectives on reproduction and childlessness: Narrative analysisMisra, K.&Dubey, A.PsychologyInternational Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences20142220-8488
Life-long learning Coping and quality of life in elderly peoplePathak A. and Tiwari P.S.N.PsychologyIndian Journal of Social Development: an International Journal2014 
An overview of Encephalitis with reference to Japanese Encephalitis and special Focus on Psycho-social ProblemsTiwari P.S.N and Sharma K.PsychologyInternational Journal of education and Information Sciences.20142249-0108
Psychological environment and HIV/AIDS in India.Tiwari P.S.N. and Shahi PPsychologyInternational Journal of education and Information Sciences.20142249-0108
Study of Stigma and discrimination among people living with HIV/AIDS.Tiwari P.S.N. and Shahi P.PsychologyInternational Journal of Social Sciences Review.20142347-3797
Eco-Cultural influences on emotional life & wellbeing of AdolescentsTiwari P.S.N. and Sharma K.PsychologyAsian Academic Research journal of Social Sciences & Humanities.2014 
Development of Social Stereotypes Tool to Measure In-Group and Out-Group Favoritism among Different Social Categories.Tiwari S. & Kumar, D.PsychologyUnited Journal of Awadh Scholors20140974-0503
Group Favoritism and Perceived Discrimination among Student of Different Social Categories.Tiwari S., Kumar, D. & Pandey V.PsychologyInternational Journal of Education & Management Studies20142231-3671
Academic Motivation and School Performance among StudentsTiwari V, Tiwari P.S.N. and Sharma K.PsychologyIndian Journal of Health & Wellbeing.20142229-5356
Salience of Cognitive Structure among Different Social Categories.Tiwari, S. K., Rawat, V. P. & Kumar, D.PsychologyShodh Prerak20142231-413X

Books/Chapters in books and conference proceedings

Teacher NameTitle of Book/ChapterTitle of the PaperTitle of the proceedings of the conferenceYear of publicationISBN/ISSN numberAffiliating InstituteName of the publisher
Kumar D.In A. Shukla, A. Dubey& N. S. Thagunna (Eds.) Psyche of Asian SocietySocial Identity and Acculturation Attitudes Among Different Tribal Groups of Jharkhand, Indis 201993-86682-82-6Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept Publishing Company
Kumar D.In A. Shukla, A. Dubey& N. S. Thagunna (Eds.) Psyche of Asian SocietySocial Identity and Acculturation Attitudes Among Different Tribal Groups of Jharkhand, Indis 201997-89388-937-325Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept Publishing Company
A. Shukla, A. Dubey & N.S. ThagunnaPsyche of Asian Society  201993-86682-82-6Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept Publishing Company.
Pandey, S. & Tripathi, N.WOMEN: from past to presentDowry Victimization and Status of Women in India: A psychological Perspectives 2017978-81-7702-405-0Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Pratibha Publication
Dubey, A. & Shukla A.In A. Dubey and A. Shukla (Eds.) Mental Health Psychosocial–Social Perspectives: Therapeutic Applications (Vol. four)Mental health: Therapeutic Applications. 2017978-93-5125-172-9Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept Publishing Company
Maddhesia, R. & Dubey, AIn A. Dubey and A. Shukla (Eds.) Mental Health Psychosocial –Social Perspectives: Therapeutic Applications (Vol Four)Psychotherapy in India: Past and Present.  2017978-93-5125-172-9.Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept Publishing Company.
Maddhesia, R. & Dubey, A In A. Dubey and A. Shukla (Eds.) Mental Health Psychosocial –Social Perspectives: Therapeutic Applications (Vol FourRelevance of Existential therapy in present scenario. 2017978-93-5125-172-9.Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept Publishing Company.
Kumari N. & Dubey, A. In A. Dubey and A. Shukla (Eds.) Mental Health Psychosocial –Social Perspectives: Therapeutic Applications (Vol Four)Effectiveness of reality therapy in multiple perspectives.  2017978-93-5125-172-9Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept Publishing Company
Dubey, A. In A. Dubey and A. Shukla (Eds.) Mental Health Psychosocial –Social Perspectives: Therapeutic Applications (Vol FourA call for culture specific mental health therapies 2017978-93-5125-172-9.Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept Publishing Company
Shukla, A. & Dubey, A. In A. Shukla and A. Dubey (Eds.) Mental Health Psychosocial –Social Perspectives: Strength of Human Resources (Vol Three)Searching strength in human life 2017978-93-5125-171-2.Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept Publishing Company.
Dubey, A. In A. Shukla and A.Dubey (Eds.) Mental Health Psychosocial –Social Perspectives: Strength of Human Resources (Vol Three)Understanding positivism in Westo-Eastern perspective: A comparative vision 2017978-93-5125-171-2.Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept Publishing Company
Shukla, H. & Dubey, A. In A. Shukla and A. Dubey (Eds.) Mental Health Psychosocial –Social Perspectives: Strength of Human Resources (Vol Three)Mental health, well being and quality of life as correlates of successful ageing. 2017978-93-5125-171-2.Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept Publishing Company.
Kumar D. In A. Shukla and A. Dubey (Eds.) Mental Health: Psychosocial Perspectives, Volume Three- The Strength of Human Resources.Human Strength: Self Regulation 201797-89388-937-252Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept Publishing Company
Kumar D. In A. Dubey and A. Shukla (Eds.) Mental Health: Psychosocial Perspective, Volume-Four: Therapeutic Applications.Multicultural Counseling and Therapy in the Wake of Globalization. 201797-89388-937-252Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept Publishing Company.
Kumar D. In A. Dubey and A. Shukla (Eds.) Mental Health: Psychosocial Perspective, Volume-Four: Therapeutic Applications.Multicultural Counseling and Therapy in the Wake of Globalization. 201797-89388-937-252Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept Publishing Company.
Kumar D. In A. Shukla and A. Dubey (Eds.) Mental Health: Psychosocial Perspectives, Volume Three- The Strength of Human Resources.Human Strength: Self Regulation 201797-89388-937-252Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept Publishing Company
Kumar D. In A. Dubey and A. Shukla (Eds.) Mental Health: Psychosocial Perspective, Volume-Four: Therapeutic Applications.Multicultural Counseling and Therapy in the Wake of Globalization. 201797-89388-937-252Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept Publishing Company.
A. Dubey & A. Shukla. Mental Health Psychosocial–Social Perspectives: Therapeutic Application   2017978-93-5125-172-9Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept Publishing Company.
A. Shukla & A. Dubey.Mental Health Psychosocial –Social Perspectives: Strength of Human Resources  2017978-93-5125-171-2Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept Publishing Company.
Prof. Sushma PandeyTQM-Concept, Need, Principle and Strategies for maintain TQM in Higher Education----2016ISBN97881929457-0-5Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University--
Dubey, A. & Tripathi, K.M.Mental Health Psychosocial –Social Perspectives: Issues and interventions Psychological distress and quality of life in women with diabetes and cancer 2015978-93-5125-169-9Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept publishing Company
Dubey, A. & Gupta, S.Mental Health Psychosocial –Social Perspectives: Issues and interventions Management of Dyslexia: A case study  2015978-93-5125-169-9.Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept publishing Company
Tripathi, P. & Dubey A.Mental Health Psychosocial –Social Perspectives: Issues and interventions Parenting, ecological conditions and psychological complications in runaway children and adolescents 2015978-93-5125-169-9Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept publishing Company
Dubey, A.&Shahi, D.Mental Health Psychosocial –Social Perspectives: Issues and interventionsCauses of stress and burnout in doctors 2015978-93-5125-169-9Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept publishing Company
Shukla, A. &Dubey, A.Mental Health Psychosocial –Social Perspectives: Issues and interventionsMental health: concept and issues 2015978-93-5125-169-9Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University 
Dubey, A. & Shukla, A. Mental Health Psychosocial–Social Perspectives: Multi-group Analysis (Vol. Two) edited by A. Dubey& A. ShuklaPsycho-social perspectives on mental health 2015978-93-5125-170-0Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University New Delhi: Concept publishing Company
Dubey, A. & Kumar, D. Mental Health Psychosocial–Social Perspectives: Multi-group Analysis (Vol. Two) edited by A. Dubey& A. ShuklaCross-cultural researches on mental health with special reference to India 2015978-93-5125-170-0Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept publishing Company
Dubey, A. Mental Health Psychosocial–Social Perspectives: Multi-group Analysis (Vol. Two) edited by A. Dubey & A. ShuklaPoverty, social position and mental health of women.  2015978-93-5125-170-0Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept publishing Company
Dubey, A. & Shukla, A. Mental Health Psychosocial–Social Perspectives: Multi-group Analysis (Vol. Two) edited by A. Dubey& A. ShuklaPsycho-social perspectives on mental health 2015978-93-5125-170-0Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept publishing Company
Dubey, A. & Shukla, A. Mental Health Psychosocial–Social Perspectives: Multi-group Analysis (Vol. Two) edited by A. Dubey & A. ShuklaPreventing mental disorders and promoting mental health: Challenges ahead.  2015978-93-5125-170-0Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept publishing Company
A. Dubey & A. Shukla Mental Health Psychosocial–Social Perspectives: Multi-group Analysis  2015978-93-5125-170-0.Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept publishing Company.
A. Shukla & A. Dubey Mental Health Psychosocial –Social Perspectives: Issues and Interventions  2015978-93-5125-169-9.Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Concept publishing Company.
Dubey, A.Guidance and Counseling: An OverviewHIV transmission and women victims: Issues in Counseling. In  2014978-93-82105-29-9Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityVaranasi: Greenleaf Publications
Dubey, A. & &Tripathi, K.M.Indivisible or invisible: women in the public and private sphere.Health literacy and health practices in women of Sabia village of Kushinagar District: A qualitative analysis 2014978-81-925879-5-Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityFaizabad: Shrinkhala publishing house
Dubey, A.&Kumari, P.Terrorism in South Asia: Issues, Challenges and ResponsesEdited by R.P. Yadav& S.C. PandeyCausal attribution of Terrorism: An Intergenerational Analysis 2014978-81-7487-895-3Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityNew Delhi: Radha Publications
Dubey, A.Guidance and Counseling: An OverviewHIV transmission and women victims: Issues in Counseling. In  2014978-93-82105-29-9Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityVaranasi: Greenleaf Publications
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