Department of Economics

DEPARTMENTALPROFILE

1.Name of the Department:

ECONOMICS

2.Year of establishment:     

 

1958

3. Is the Department part of a School/Faculty of       the university?      

YES

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

Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)   

-UG

-PG

-Ph.D

5.Annual/ Semester/Choice Based Credit System

- UG: Annual

- PG: CBCS (Semester)

 

6.       Numberof teaching posts sanctioned and filled:

 

Sanctioned

Filled

Professors

02

01

Associate Professors

03

00

Asst. Professors

08

06

 

7.

Faculty serving in: 

7

 

8.       Facultyprofile with name, qualification, designation and specialization

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

 

1.

Prof. Sandeep Kumar

 

Qualification:

B.Sc., MA, Ph.D

 

Designation:

Professor

 

Specialization:

Economic Theory, Environmental Economics

 

No. of Years of Experience:

29 Years

 

No. of Ph.D. students:

guided for the last 5 years

Awarded    : 11

Registered : 04

2.

Prof. Karunakar Ram Tripathi

 

Qualification:

M.Phil., Ph.D

 

Designation:

Professor

 

Specialization:

International Economics, Industrial Economics

 

No. of Years of Experience:

20 Years

 

No. of Ph.D. students:

guided for the last 5 years

Awarded   : 04

Registered : 06


 


3.

Prof. Aloka Kumar Goyal

 

Qualification:

Ph.D

 

Designation:

Professor

 

Specialization:

Micro Economics, Agriculture Economics, Indian Economy

 

No. of Years of Experience:

19 Years

 

No. of Ph.D. students:

guided for the last 5 years

Awarded   : 02

Registered: 07

4.

Dr. Raju Kumar Gupta

 

Qualification:

UGC-NET, MA, Ph.D

 

Designation:

Assistant Professor

 

Specialization:

Micro Economics, Quantitative Techniques

 

No. of Years of Experience:

03 Years 06 Months

 

No. of Ph.D. students:

guided for the last 5 years

Registered: 01

5.

Dr. Sharad Chandra Srivastava

 

Qualification:

MA, PGJMC, Ph.D

 

Designation:

Assistant Professor

 

Specialization:

Agriculture Economics,  Industrial Economics, Micro Economics

 

No. of Years of Experience:

01 Year 06 Months

 

No. of Ph.D. students:

guided for the last 5 years

Registered: 01

6.

Dr. Amit Kumar Sharma

 

Qualification:

UGC-JRF, MA, Ph.D

 

Designation:

Assistant Professor

 

Specialization:

Environmental Economics,  Demography

 

No. of Years of Experience:

01 Year 06 Months

 

No. of Ph.D. students:

guided for the last 5 years

Registered: 01

7.

Dr. Surendra Kumar Gupta

 

Qualification:

UGC-NET, MA, Ph.D

 

Designation:

Assistant Professor

 

Specialization:

Micro Economics, Development Economics, Public Finance

 

No. of Years of Experience:

01 Year 06 Months

 

No. of Ph.D. students:

guided for the last 5 years

Registered: 01

 

9.       Listof senior Visiting Fellows, faculty, adjunct faculty, emeritus professors:

 

1.

 

Prof A.K Srivastava ( 2016-17)

 

10.     Percentage of classes taken by temporaryfaculty– programme-wise     information:

 

Name of Faculty

Status

Programme

Classes

Arvind Kumar Yadav

JRF Scholar

UG

12 Classes per week

Pawan kumar

JRF Scholar

UG

12 Classes per week

 

11.     Programme-wiseStudent-Teacher Ratio:

UG: 

PG:

Ph.D

 417:07

 147:07

 21:07

 

 

12.

Number of academic support staff       (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned and filled Technical :

                  Administrative staff :  

 

 

 

01 + 01 (Clerk + Peon)

 

13.     Number of faculty with ongoing projectsfrom a) national b) international   fundingagencies and c) Total grants received. Give the names of the funding    agencies and grants received project-wise.:   01  

 

  • Name of the Project

"A Study of Effects of TRIPS Agreements on Indian Drugs and Pharmaceutical Industries"- MRP

  • Name of the Principal Investigator-

Prof. Karunakar Ram Tripathi

  • Department of Principal Investigator-

Dept. of Economics

  • Year of Award--

July, 2015

  • Funds provided

Rs. 669600.00  Allotted

                             

Rs. 431600.00 Receipt

  • Duration of the project--  

3 Years

  • Funding Agency -- 

UGC, New Delhi

  • Total amount of funds received--

Rs. 431600.00

 

14.       Departmental projects funded by             DST-FIST; UGC-SAP/CAS, DPE;             DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants             received.:

 

 

                                        

     Rs 4,31600.00

 

 

15.     Publications

Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national/ international): 

48

Chapters in Books  : 

12

Edited Books :

05

  • Books with ISBN with details of publishers :

 

1.         Tripathi, K.R. (2014),"vkS|ksfxd vFkZ”kkL=",         ;wfuoflZVh ifCyds”ku  New Delhi, ISBN: 978-81-            7555-689-8.

2.         Goyal, A.K. (2016), "Managerial             Economics", Navyug Book  International,             New Delhi, ISBN-978-93-82974-44-4.

3.         Sharma, A.K. (2018), "Economics of             Environmental Regulation: Methods                                             and Effectiveness”, Shree Publishers and             Distributers, New Delhi, ISBN 978-818329-            819-3.

4.         Goyal, A.K.(2014), "Agricultural             Performance in Uttar Pradesh", LAP             LAMBERT Academic Publishing,             Saarbrücken, Germany, ISBN-978-3-659-            62274-8.

5.         Goyal, A.K.(2016), “Make in India: A Long             Felt of the Indian Economy”, Kumud             Publications New Delhi, ISBN-978-93-            82885-29-0.

* Citation Index – range / average

* SNIP

* SJR

* Impact Factor – range / average:

* h-index

 

 

 

—  (0.98-5.921)/ 3.9057

 

 

 


16.     Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organizedand the source of funding           (national/international)with details of outstanding participants, if any.

 

Name of the Seminar

Date

Source of Funding

National Seminar on " Recent Issues in Indian Economy"

February 01-02, 2017

UGC

National Seminar on "Paradigm shift in Indian Economy"

February 09-10, 2019

UGC

 

17.     Codeof ethics for research followed by the departments:      Asper UGC Norms

 

18.     Studentprofile course-wise: (Current Year)

 

Name of the Course

 

Applications received

 

Selected

(Male/ Female)

Pass percentage

(Male/ Female)

P.G

160

110

 

Ph.D

07

07

 

 

19.     Diversityof students:

            Number of students from other statesand countries year wise during the last five years

 

Year

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

No. of Admitted Students

85

121

121

109

110

Students from OS

06

04

05

04

05

Percentage

7.04%

3.31%

4.13%

3.67%

4.54%

Average Percentage

4.538 %

                                                                            

20.     How many students have cleared CivilServices and Defense Services   examinations,NET, SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give     details category-wise.

Year

Name

Placement

2014

Dharmendra Gupta

TGT, Govt Inter College, UP

2014

Alok Ranjan

PCS (Upper) Uttar Pradesh

2015

Sadhana Pandey

Basic Education, UP

2015

Vivek Singh

Basic Education, UP

2015

Shalini Tiwari

Basic Education, UP

2015

Madhvi Mishra

Basic Education, UP

2015

Jaydeep

Basic Education, UP

2015

Vinit Upadhayay

Excise inspector, SSC-CGL

2015

Avinash Tripathi

Asst Manager, UCO Bank

2016

Ajeet Pandey

Lekhpal, UP

2016

Bhartendu Mishra

Lekhpal, UP

2016

Bhupendra   Gupta

Basic Education, UP

2016

Vivek Mishra

Basic Education, UP

2016

Awadhesh Kumar

UPP, Uttar Pradesh

2016

Dr. Raju Kumar Gupta

Govt. Raza PG College, Rampur

2017

Ashutosh Upadhyaya

Asst. Professor Bihar

2017

Shashibhusan Mishra

BDO, UP

2017

Akansha Mall

Lekhpal, UP

2017

Alok Ranjan

Asst. Professor Bihar

2018

Vishal Kumar

ADO, Cooperative, PCS, UP

2018

Dileep Kumar

TGT, Jharkhand

2018

Dr. Raju Kumar Gupta

Asst. Professor, DDU GKP University, GKP

2018

Dr. Amit Kumar Sharma

Asst. Professor, DDU GKP University, GKP

2018

Anil Kumar

Asst Professor, KNIPSS, Sultanpur, UP

2018

Vinayanand Yadav

Asst Professor, KNIPSS, Sultanpur, UP

2018

Chhatthu Yadav

JLN PG College, Maharajganj, UP

2018

Krishna Mohan Pathak

PGT, Jharkhand

2018

Ajeet Singh

Asst. Professor, LBS PG College, Anandnagar

2018

Vinay Kumar Pandey

Asst. Professor, Bapu PG  College, Maniram

2018

Brij Bihari Brij

Asst. Statistical Officer

2018

Abhist Dev Pandey

Asst. Statistical Officer

2018

Arvind Prasad

PGT, Jharkhand

2016

Pramod Kumar Tripathi

COP-UPP, Ayodhya

2015

Mahipal Singh

CTO, Sales Tax, Gorakhpur

2017

Mahipal Singh

SDM (U/T)

2015

Ambarish Yadav

ADO, Co-Operative

2018

Mukesh Kumar Pandey

Asst. Professor

2016

Dr. Rajesh Kumar Chaurasiya

Asst. Professor, Gov. College, Mau

2019

Akhilesh Dhar Dubey

PGT, KVS, Madhya Pradesh

2018

Anjusha Sinha

 NET-UGC

2018

Pawan Kumar

 NET-UGC

2018

Kranti Kumar

 NET-UGC

2019

Anuragini Srivastava

 NET-UGC

2017

Krishna Kumar

 NET-UGC

2017

Rajani Nigam

 NET-UGC

2017

Nikhil Gautam

 NET-UGC

2017

Sameer Kushwaha

 NET-UGC

2017

Saniya Mall

 NET-UGC

 

21.     Studentprogression (Percentage againstenrolled):

UG to PG : 

PG to M.Phil.   

PG to Ph.D :

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral :

Employed

· Campus selection

· Other than campus recruitment

Entrepreneurs

19

--

05

Nil

 

22.     Diversityof staff:

Percentage of faculty who are graduates-

                                 of the same university:  

   from other universities within the State: 

from universities from other States:

from universities outside the country:

 

42.86%  (03 out of 07)

57.14% (04 out of 07)

--

--

23.     Numberof faculty who were awarded:

Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the

assessment period : 

01

24.     Presentdetails of infrastructural facilities with regard to:

a) Library

 

b) Internet facilities for staff and students: 

c) Total number of class rooms : 

d) Class rooms with ICT facility : 

e) Students‘ laboratories :

f) Research laboratories :

Department of Economics has a library run by own resources.

Available but not Functioning

04

02

NIL

NIL

 

25.     Listof doctoral, post-doctoral students and Research Associates:

Total:

a) from the host university :

b) from other universities :

10

08

02

 

26.     Number of post graduate students gettingfinancial assistance from the               university:

Total Nuber:

280

 

27. Does the department obtain feedback from:

a.         faculty on curriculum as well as             teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes,             how does the department utilize the             feedback? 

b.         students on staff, curriculum and             teaching-learning-evaluation and             how does the department utilize the             feedback?

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

Through discussions & Resolutions in Board of Studies &Faculty meetings.

 

 

 

No Such System

 

 

 

No Such System

 

28. List the distinguished alumni of the department(maximum 10):

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

 

Dr. Rahul Srivastava

Dr. Santosh Kumar Yadav

Dr. Ramesh Kumar Yadav

Mr. Chatthu Yadav

Mr. Alok Ranjan

Mrs. Vandana Tripathi

Mrs. Ankita Srivastava

Mr. Harish Pandey

Mr. Saurabh Sinha

Mr. Surender Singh Yadav

29.     Give details of student enrichmentprogrammes (special         lectures/workshops/seminar) involvingexternal experts:

 

 

U.G.C. Funded special Lectures and workshop, Seminar & refresher courses are organized from time to time.

 

30.

List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmers:

Traditional and Audio-Visual.

 (Smart Class Approach)

31.

How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes are monitored? :

 

Result and Placement.

32. Highlight the participation ofstudents and faculty in extension activities:

 

Faculty members

 

Works in proctor office,

 

DSW office,

 

IQAC

Evaluation Centre

 

Dr Surendra Kumar Gupta

Dr Sharad Chandra Srivastava

1. Prof Sandeep Kumar

2. DR Raju Kumar Gupta

3.Dr Sharad Chandra Srivastava

 

1. Prof Sandeep Kumar

2. DR Raju Kumar Gupta

3. Prof Alok Kumar Goyal

 


33.     Givedetails of:

beyond syllabus scholarly activities‖ of the department.

ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION of the Department organize following activities in each academic year:-

-           Debates on burning issue.

-           Speech on contemporary issue

-           Essay Competition

-           Expert Lecture

-           Poster competition

-           Educational Tour of students of MA             Final year.

34.     State whether the programme/ department isaccredited/ graded by other           agencies?

If yes, give details. :

 

Yes

 NAAC

35.     Briefly highlight the contributions of thedepartment in generating new           knowledge,basic or applied:

 

Through Research & Changes in curriculum

 

36.     Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses,Opportunities and Challenges   (SWOC) of thedepartment:

Strengths

·         Well qualified and long experienced teachers.

·         Regular updating of U.G.

·         Laborious researchers to produce quality research.

·         Well disciplined students and non-teaching staff.

·         Regular teaching in the department.

·         Dedication of teaching and non-teaching staff.

Weaknesses

·         Insufficient grants.

·         Insufficient teaching staff.

·         Poor support staff: student ratio

·         Lack of departmental library facility.

·         Insufficient Physical infrastructural facilities.

·         Lack of Computer Lab.

Opportunities

·         B+ Accredited by NAAC.

·         Good reputation in UP, Bihar, MP and Nepal

·         Availability of national resource persons as guest faculty.

·         Impressive alumni.

·         More scope for students of economics in the present scenario.


 

Challenges

·         Intake of students is of low quality

·         Lack of mathematical knowledge in students

·         Large class size

·         Teacher student ratio is not in place due  to many vacant positions

·         Lack of a better infrastructure and  better resource

 

 

37.     Futureplans of the department:

1.      Establishment of centre for Regional Development studies.

2.      Course of Master of Business Economics (MBE).

3.      Establishment of a rich departmental library.

4.      Establishment of computer lab for PG and Research Scholars.

5.      Student Guidance cell to help them for preparation of Competitive exams/NET etc. and academic support.

 

 


Sr. No.
Teacher Name
Designation
Mobile No.
Photo
Profile
1Dr. Sandeep KumarProfessor9415244790, 8318546245View
2Prof. Karunakar Ram TripathiProfessor9935150982, 7905647610 (whatsapp number)View
3Dr. Alok Kumar GoyalProfessor and Head9935038607View
4Dr. Raju Kumar GuptaAsst. Professor9450669784, 9870715823View
5Dr. Surendra Kumar GuptaAsst. Professor9452692017View
6Dr. Sharad Chandra SrivastavaAsst. Professor9450090743View
7Dr. Amit Kumar SharmaAsst. Professor9956598151, 9793920445View

Under Maintanance

 Sr. No. Course Syllabus CBCS

Research Projects (Last 5 Years)

Project Title
Investigator
Funding Agency
Department
State/Central Govt.
Funds
Year
Duration
"A Study of Effects of TRIPS Agreements on Indian Drugs and Pharmaceutical Industries"-MRPProf. Karunakar Ram TripathiUGC, New DelhiEconomicsGovernment 6.720153 Years

Research Papers

Title of PaperName of the Author/sDepartment of the TeacherName of journalYear of publicationISSNnumber
Challenges and Benefits of FDI over the Retail Sector of Indian EconomyDr. Sharad Chandra SrivastavaEconomicsMahila Pratishtha20192454-7891
A Study on the Emerging Trends of Good Corporate Governance and SustainabilityDr. Sharad Chandra SrivastavaEconomicsMahila Pratishtha20192349-980X
भारत में खाद्यान्नों की राज्यवार स्थिति का एक विश्लेषणProf. Alok Kumar GoyalEconomicsशृंखलाः एक शोधपरक वैचाारिक पत्रिका20192394-0344
भारत में खाद्य सुरक्षा की स्थिति का विश्लेषणProf. Alok Kumar GoyalEconomicsRemarking An Analisation20192454-7891
An Analysis of Inter regional Disparity in Financial Inclusion of Uttar PradeshProf. Alok Kumar GoyalEconomicsRemarking An Analisation20192454-7891
Interdivisional Disparity in Financial Inclusion of Uttar Pradesh: An AnalysisProf. Alok Kumar GoyalEconomicsShrinkhla Ek Shodhparak vaicharik Patrika20192321-290x
वितरण प्रणाली का प्रभावी क्रियान्वयनः भारत में खाद्य सुरक्षा के लिए आवश्यकProf. Alok Kumar GoyalEconomicsShrinkhla Ek Shodhparak vaicharik Patrika20192321-290x
उत्तर प्रदेश में फसल प्रतिरूपः जिलेवार अध्ययनProf. Sandeep KumarEconomicsशृंखलाः एक शोधपरक वैचाारिक पत्रिका20192321-290X
The Effectiveness of Pollution Taxes/Charges: An AnalysisDr. Amit Kumar SharmaEconomicsResearch Magma20182456-7078
Effectiveness of Environmental Subsidies: World and Indian ScenarioDr. Amit Kumar SharmaEconomicsResearch Magma20182319-5525
Trends and Impact of Foreign Direct Investment in India in the Era of Globalization: Issues and ChallengesDr. Raju Kumar GuptaEconomicsResearch Magma20182320-110X
Role of Agriculture to Reduce Poverty and Unemployment in IndiaDr. Sharad Chandra SrivastavaEconomicsJournal of Business & Economic Studies20182456-7078
Status of women and Gender Disparity In Uttar PradeshDr. Sharad Chandra SrivastavaEconomicsGlimpses20182250-0561
A Study of Magnitude of Malnutrition among Children under 6 Years of AgeDr. Surendra Kumar GuptaEconomicsSanshodhan Chetna20180974-0694
Indian Drugs and Pharmaceutical Industry in the post -TRIPs periodProf. Karunakar Ram TripathiEconomicsInnovation-The Research Concept20182456-5474
R&D Performance of Indian Drugs and Pharmaceutical Industry IN the post -TRIPs periodProf. Karunakar Ram TripathiEconomicsInnovation-The Research Concept20182394-0344
Export Performance of Indian Drugs and Pharmaceutical Industry in the post -TRIPs periodProf. Karunakar Ram TripathiEconomicsRemarking An Analisation20182456-7078
Economic Thoughts of Kautilya: Dimensions and RelevenceProf. Sandeep KumarEconomicsThe Journal of Institute of Public Enterprises20182456-5474
लघु उद्योगों की समस्याओं मे समाधान में सिडबी की भूमिकाDr. Raju Kumar GuptaEconomicsResearch Magma20170975-2382
Internal Migration in Uttar Pradesh: Trends and ReasonsDr. Raju Kumar GuptaEconomicsUPUEA Economic Journal20172394-1782
Demonetisation Impact on Indian EconomyDr. Sharad Chandra SrivastavaEconomicsDesh Vikas20172250-1193
Impact of Globalisation on Growth And Employment opportunity in IndiaProf Alok Kumar GoyalEconomicsREMARKING; Multi disciplinary International Journal20172394-0344
Rural Transformation in IndiaProf Alok Kumar GoyalEconomicsInnovation the research concept20172394-0344
Agriculture Sector reforms in India: A Need for Rural TransformationProf Alok Kumar GoyalEconomicsUPUEA Economic Journal20160975-2382
Globalisation:A Pressure for Inclusive Growth in IndiaProf Alok Kumar GoyalEconomicsNew Horizon: A Journal of Humanity and Social Science20162349-2538
Role of RBI and Government of India for Financial InclusionProf Alok Kumar GoyalEconomicsUPUEA Economic Journal20160975-2382
पूर्वी उत्तर प्रदेश का औद्योगिक विकासः प्रयास एवं चुनौतियां - गोरखपुर जनपद के सन्दर्भ मेंProf. Karunakar Ram TripathiEconomicsUPUEA Economic Journal20160975-2382
Role of Environment in Sustainable Development of Uttar PradeshProf. Sandeep KumarEconomicsUPUEA Economic Journal20160975-2382
A Rationale for Governmental Intervention for Environmental RegulationProf. Sandeep KumarEconomicsREMARKING; Multi disciplinary International Journal20162394-0344
Implication of GST in India: An AnalysisProf. Alok Kumar GoyalEconomicsUPUEA Economic Journal20150975-2382
FDI Inflow in India during the Post Liberalisation Period (With special reference to retail sector)Prof. Karunakar Ram TripathiEconomicsUPUEA Economic Journal,20150975-2382
Clean Development Mechanism and Solutions to Energy ProblemProf. Sandeep KumarEconomicsUPUEA Economic Journal20150975-2382
Corporate Social Responsibility; Approaches, Issues, & ChallengesProf. Sandeep KumarEconomicsUPUEA Economic Journal20150975-2382
Agricultural Production Trends and Cropping Pattern in Uttar Pradesh: An OverviewProf. Alok Kumar GoyalEconomicsInternational Journal of Agriculture Innovations and Research20142319-1473
Agriculture Production in Uttar Pradesh: A Regional AnalysisProf. Alok Kumar GoyalEconomicsInternational Journal of Advanced and Innovative Research20142278-784
Banking Sector and Financial Inclusion in India: An AnalysisProf. Alok Kumar GoyalEconomicsUPUEA Economic Journal20140975-2382
Input Responsiveness of Foodgrains Productivity in Uttar PradeshProf. Alok Kumar GoyalEconomicsUPUEA, Economic Journal20140975-2382
Status of Agricultural Infrastructure in Uttar Pradesh: An AnalysisProf. Alok Kumar GoyalEconomicsInternational Journal of Advanced and Innovative Research (IJAIR)20142278-7844
Agricultural Inputs in Uttar Pradesh: Regional Level AnalysisProf. Alok Kumar GoyalEconomicsInternational Journal of Humanities & Social Studies2014  2321 – 9203
Crop-wise Productivity in Uttar Pradesh: An Analysis of Regional VariationProf. Alok Kumar GoyalEconomicsInternational Journal of Agriculture Innovations and Research (IJAIR)20142319-1473
Bharat Mein Krishi Vikas Ki Aavashkata: Ek VishleshanaProf. Alok Kumar GoyalEconomicsGorakhpur Social Scientist20140976-8521
Rural Employment Generation through MGNREGA in Uttar Pradesh (A Way to Inclusive Growth)Prof. Karunakar Ram TripathiEconomicsUPUEA Economic Journal20140975-2382
Trade Performance of Indian Pharmaceutical Industry during TRIPs PeriodProf. Karunakar Ram TripathiEconomicsUPUEA Economic Journal20140975-2382
Pattern of Industrial Location in Eastern Uttar Pradesh-- A Case Study of GIDAProf. Karunakar Ram TripathiEconomicsIndian Journal of Public Enterprise20140974-4886
Role of Economics in Environmental ProblemsProf. Sandeep KumarEconomicsNew Horizon, Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences20142349-2538
Agricultural Production Trends and Cropping Pattern in Uttar Pradesh: An OverviewProf. Sandeep KumarEconomicsInternational Journal of Agriculture Innovations and Research20142319-1473
Economics of Environmental RegulationProf. Sandeep KumarEconomicsUPUEA Economic Journal20140975-2382
Study of Tax Structure Development in Uttar PradeshProf. Sandeep KumarEconomicsUPUEA Economic Journal20140975-2382

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
Dr. Raju Kumar GuptaHigher Education in Present Context: Challenges and ProspectsWomen Empowerment through women's Education in India 2019ISBN- 978-81-937071-5-9Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityOcean Publication, Rampur
Dr. Surendra Kumar GuptaHigher Education in Present Context: Challenges and Prospects  2019ISBN 978-81-937071-5-9Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityOcean Publication, Rampur
Dr. Raju Kumar GuptaCompendium of Papers on Creating a Unified Foundation for the Sustainable Development: Education & Empowerment Challenges and Strategies for Sustainable Development in India 2018ISBN- 978-81-935237-8Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityOcean Publication, Rampur
Dr. Amit Kumar SharmaEnvironmental Education: A PerspectivePollution Control Instruments in Indian Scenario 2018ISBN 978-81-934553-6-4Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityKanha Publishing House, Gorakhpur
Dr. Amit Kumar SharmaEconomics of Environmental Regulation: Methods and EffectivenessEconomics of Environmental Regulation: Methods and Effectiveness 2018ISBN 978-818329-819-3Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityShree Publishers and Distributers, New Delhi
Prof. Sandeep KumarSkill Development in India: Challenge and PossibilitiesSkill Development: Need and Opportunity 2017ISBN 978-23-80-961-31Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversitySakshar Prakashan, Allahabad
Dr. Raju Kumar GuptaSustainable Development in India: Challenges and PossibilitiesSustainable Development Through Skill Formation in India 2017ISBN- 978-93-80-961-31-6Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversitySakshar Prakashan, Allahabad
Dr. Raju Kumar Gupta70 years of Independence gains accumulated and losses incurred path ahead: An Overviewभारत में पोषणीय विकास की आवश्यकताः एक भावी पथ 2017ISBN- 978-93-84269-73-9Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur UniversityKitabi Duniya, Delhi
Prof. Sandeep Kumar Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development: Indian Scenario 2014ISBN 978-93-81212-56-1Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University 
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