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Center for Governance and Sustainable Societies.

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Dr. Umakanta Nayak

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Center Name : Governance and Sustainable Societies

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Focus areas

  • Social Impact Research
  • Sustainable Livelihoods
  • Natural Resource Management
  • Equity and Empowerment
  • Development Policy Research
  • FPO Development Projects
  • Educational Policies

Outcomes

  • Publication
  • Workshops
  • Dissemination Seminars
  • Policy recommendations
  • Building networks
  • Social and livelihood project implementation

Completed Projects

  1. 2019-20: Impact Evaluation of PACE Training Adolescent Girls Funded by GAP Foundation
  2. 2018-19: Detailed Livelihood plan of the Families for Second Phase Work at Odisha Funded by Collectives for Integrated Livelihood Initiatives (CINI)
  3. 2018-19: Changing Hijra Identity, Livelihood and Role: Narratives from Odisha Funded by CUTM
  4. 2018-19: Managing Distress Migration and Enhancing Resilience through Climate Appropriate Interventions Under MGNREGS in Western Odisha Funded by DFID
  5. 2017-18: Unnat Bharat Abhiyan Funded by MHRD 
  6. 2017-18: Evaluation Report of Empowerment of Rural Women for Micro Entrepreneurship and Active Participation in the Village Administration in Gajapati and Rayagada Funded by ODISA
  7. 2017-18: Evaluation Report of Structural Poverty Alleviation and Building up of Local Civil Bodies in Ganjam and Gajapati Districts Funded by ODISA
  8. 2017-18: Impact Analysis Study of Project Saksham-Holistic education for children with disabilities in urban poor areas of Bhubaneswar, in the state of Odisha Funded by Swabhiman Organization, Bhubaneswar
  9. 2017-18: Strategic Plan Formulation of Organization for Development Integration and Social Action (ODISA), Berhampur Funded by ODISA
  10. 2017-18: Detailed Livelihood plan of the Families for Second Phase Work at Odisha Funded by Collectives for Integrated Livelihood Initiatives (CINI)
  11. 2016-17: A study of performance, Aspiration, Access and Adaptation of SC and ST student of Engineering Funded by The World Bank
  12. 2015-16: Promotion of Farmers Producer’s Organization in Wadi/Watershed area of NABARD Funded by NABARD
  13. 2015-16: Performance Management System Funded by Harsha Trust 

Completed Consultancies

  1. 2019-20: Banking Correspondence, West Bengal, Assam, Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka Funded by Gram Tarang Inclusive Development Service & ATYATI, Banglore
  2. 2018-19: PACE Training Funded by GAP Foundation
  3. 2018-19: Capacity Building program on "Experts in Team" Funded by Indian Council for Social Science Research (ICSSR)
  4. 2018-19: Assessment for National CSR Award Funded by Instutute for Rural Management, Anand, India
  5. 2018-19: Banking Correspondence, West Bengal, Assam, Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka Funded by Gram Tarang Inclusive Development Service & ATYATI, Banglore
  6. 2017-18: Competency Assessment of Urban Worker in The state of AP Funded by Mission for Elimination of Poverty in Municipal Areas
  7. 2017-18: Banking Correspondence, West Bengal, Assam, Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka Funded by Gram Tarang Inclusive Development Service & ATYATI, Banglore
  8. 2017-18: Digital Literacy Program Funded by Gram Tarang Inclusive Development Service (GTIDS)
  9. 2017-18: Training program of Anganwadi Workers on Early Childhood Education Funded by Women & Child Development Department, Government of Odisha
  10. 2016-17: Competency Assessment of Urban Worker Funded by National Urban Livelihood Mission (NULM)
  11. 2016-17: Participatory Planning Monitoring Evaluation & Reporting Funded by Lutheran World Services India Trust
  12. 2016-17: Banking Correspondence, West Bengal, Assam, Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka Funded by Gram Tarang Inclusive Development Service & ATYATI, Banglore
  13. 2015-16: Competency Assessment of Urban Worker in The state of AP Funded by Mission for Elimination of Poverty in Municipal Areas
  14. 2015-16: Banking Correspondence, West Bengal, Assam, Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka Funded by Gram Tarang Inclusive Development Service & ATYATI, Banglore
  15. 2015-16: Competency Assessment of Urban Worker Funded by National Urban Livelihood Mission (NULM)

Ongoing Projects

  1. Prof. Supriya Pattanayak and Prof. Smita Mishra Panda: Gender Based Domestic violence during COVID-19 Times: Insights from Odisha
  2. Prof. Supriya Pattanayak and Prof. Smita Mishra Panda: Impact of the Policy of Conferring Joint Titles on Saura Families: A Study of Gajapati District, Odisha
  3. Prof. Supriya Pattanayak and Prof. Smita Mishra Panda: Retention, Empowerment and Agency of Young Women Workers in Indian Apparel Industry across four states
  4. Prof. Supriya Pattanayak: Livelihood changes of Fisher Folk Relocating from the Coast
  5. Dr Bibhunandini Das and Prof. Smita Mishra Panda: Political Representation Vs. Empowerment of Women: A Study on Local Government Representatives in Odisha
  6. Prof. Anita Patra, Dr. Subhendu Mishra, and Mr. Tapas Bhanta: Effectiveness of Vocational Skill Training Programmes of School of Vocational Education & Training, Centurion University of Technology and Management, Parlakhemundi
  7. Dr. Madhumita Das and Dr Bibhunandini Das: Assessment of Skill Gap in Handloom Sectors in Odisha
  8. Dr. Grihalakshmi Kakani, Dr. Subhendu Mishra, and Mr. Pratap Veera Nutritional Security through Millets – Impact Assessment of Odisha Millet Mission Implemented in Gajapati District
  9. Ms. Debashree Behera, Dr. Shiv Sankar Das, and Mr. Santanu Kumar Sutar: Design and Development of a Solar Parabolic Trough Concentrator for water heating Purpose

MDPs Organized

  • Training program on “Agri-business Entrepreneurship and Financing for Bankers” for Bankers from Nepal
  • Training Program on “Leadership Development Program” (Focus on Developing Managers in Entrepreneurship promotion, Priority Sector & MSME Lending, BC Model & Fintech) for Bankers from Nepal
  • Training Program on "Nano, Micro and SME Entrepreneurship Eco-System Development" for Bankers from Nepal 

Publications

  1. Supriya Pattanayak, 2022, MGNREGS in Odisha: Social Inclusion and Exclusion Challenges, In Smita Mishra Panda, Annapurna Devi Pandey, Supriya Pattanayak (eds) Social Exclusion and Politics of Inclusion: Issues and Perspectives across the Globe, Springer.
  2. Smita Mishra Panda, Supriya Pattanayak, Annapurna Devi Pandey, 2022, Introduction: The Reality of Social Exclusion and Policy of Inclusion In Smita Mishra Panda, Annapurna Devi Pandey, Supriya Pattanayak (eds) Social Exclusion and Politics of Inclusion: Issues and Perspectives across the Globe, Springer.
  3. Nadarajah, Y., Mejía, G., Pattanayak, S., Gomango, S., Rao, D. N., & Ashok, M. (2021). Toward Decolonizing Development Education: Study Tours as Embodied, Reflexive, and Mud-up. Journal of Developing Societies, 0169796X211065345.
  4. Nadarajah, Y. Mejia, G. Pattanayak, S. Gomango, S. Rao, DN, Ashok, M, (2021) Towards Decolonizing Development Education: Study tours as embodied, reflexive and mud up, Journal of Developing SocietiesAccepted for publication.
  5. Panda, SM, Pandey, A and Pattanayak, S (eds) (2021) Social Exclusion and Policies of Inclusion: Issues and Perspectives across the Globe, Accepted for publication by Springer.
  6. Panda J, Misra S, Pattanayak S, 2020, Exploring Factors Affecting Communication Environment in the Elderly Hearing Impaired: A Study in Indian Context, Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, Vol.10, Issue 61, Pp 27615- 22, ISSN: 0976 – 0997 (online)
  7. Pattanayak S, 2020, Online Marriage Market and Everyday Life, Centurion Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, Vol 10, No 2, Pp 1-12. ISSN 2395-6216 (print version)/ ISSN 2395-6224 (online version)
  8. Mishra S, Dash RKSM, Pattanayak S, 2020, Exploring the Success Factors in Competency Mapping in Captive Power Plants of Odisha, European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Vol 7, Issue 2, Pages 5686-56, ISSN: 2515-8260 (online).
  9. Pattanayak, Supriya., Panda, Smita Mishra., Das, Bibhunandini., and Nayak, Payal. (2020). Managing Distress Migration and Enhancing Resilience through Climate Appropriate Interventions under MGNREGS in Western Odisha (India). Gedrag & Organisatie. 33(2), 1414-1426.
  10. Kumar, Margaret., and Pattanayak, Supriya. (Eds.). (2018). Positioning Research: Shifting Paradigms, Interdisciplinarity and Indigeneity.
  11. Pattanayak, Supriya. (2018). Metaphors We Live By: Appreciating the Place of Language in Indigenous Research. Positioning Research: Shifting Paradigms, Interdisciplinarity and Indigeneity, 145.
  12. Pattanayak, Supriya, and Peri, Narasimham. (2018). Informal Education and Learning Pathways: Supporting Livelihood Trajectories of Indian Women in an Urban Slum. In Transitions to Post-School Life, 105-125.
  13. Linette Hawkins, Martin, Jennifer, McKay Elspeth, and Pattanayak, Supriya (2017). Internationalising social work education using massive open online courses. In Blended learning: Concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications (pp. 1648-1664).
  14. Linette Hawkins, Pattanayak, Supriya, Martin, Jennifer and Hess, Lee. (2016). Beyond Borders: International Social Work Field Education. In Handbook of Research on Study Abroad Programs and Outbound Mobility, 497-512.
  15.  Lund, Ragnhild and Smita Mishra Panda (2022), ‘Encountering and Engaging with Modernity: Vulnerability and Exclusion of Youth in Odisha’, pp 175-192, in Smita Mishra Panda, Annapurna D. Pandey, Supriya Pattanayak (eds) Social Exclusion and Policies of Inclusion: Issues and Perspectives across the Globe, Springer-Nature Singapore.
  16.  Panda, Smita Mishra; Annapurna D. Pandey (2022), ‘Rural Women’s Self-determination and Grassroots Resistance Movement: Reclaiming Land and Traditional Livelihoods in Odisha’, pp 133-159, in Andria  D. Trimmer and Elizabeth Wirtz (eds) Gender, Power, and Non-Governance: Female Is To Male as NGOs Is To The State, Berghahn, New York: Oxford.
  17. Panda, Smita Mishra (2022), ‘Social Exclusion of the Hijra during COVID 19 Pandemic: Vulnerability and Precarity Dimensions’, pp 213-230, in Smita Mishra Panda, Annapurna D. Pandey, Supriya Pattanayak (eds) Social Exclusion and Policies of Inclusion: Issues and Perspectives across the Globe, Springer-Nature Singapore.
  18. Panda, Smita Mishra; Supriya Pattanayak; Annapurna D. Pandey (2022), ‘Introduction: The Reality of Social Exclusion and Policy of Inclusion’, pp 1-18, in Smita Mishra Panda, Annapurna D. Pandey, Supriya Pattanayak (eds) Social Exclusion and Policies of Inclusion: Issues and Perspectives across the Globe, Springer-Nature Singapore.
  19. Smita Mishra Panda, Annapurna Pandey and Supriya Pattanayak (Eds) Social Exclusion and Policies of Inclusion, Springer Nature, Singapore ( 2022), ISBN 978-981-16-9772-2.
  20. Panda, Smita Mishra, Pandey, Annapurna D. (2020), ‘Rural Women’s Self-determination and Grassroots Resistance Movement: Reclaiming Land and Traditional Livelihoods in Odisha’, pp 119-142, in Andria D. Trimmer and Elizabeth Wirtz (eds) Female Is to Male as NGOs Is to The State: Gendered Analyses of Non-governmentality, Alabama University Press, USA (forthcoming).
  21. Bose, Meenakshi., and Panda, Smita Mishra. (2020), Women’s Household Work in India: Its Value and Possibility of Measurement, International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development, 10(3), 9477-9494.
  22. Panda, Smita Mishra. (2020), Social Dimensions of Post-quake Rehabilitation Programmes in Kachchh, Gujarat (India) Disaster Management Lessons, Journal of Xidian Univeristy, 14(5), 4221-4238
  23. Panda, Smita Mishra (2020). Role of Women’s Organisations in Revitalising Communities: Some Reflections from the Gujarat Earthquake”, Journal of Xidian University, 14(5), 3336-3354.
  24. Bose, Meenakshi., Panda, Smita Mishra (2020), Women’s Unpaid Work Through the Eyes of Men in Odisha, India”, Gedrag & Organisatie Review, 33. (2), 595-610.
  25. Panda, Smita Mishra. (2020), Mainstreaming Biodiversity Conservation into Production Sectors in the East Godavari River Estuarine Ecosystem, Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, 10(59), 18902-18911.
  26. Panda, Smita Mishra (2020), Women’s Participation in Local Government: Insights from Australia, Adalya Journal, 9(3), 1036-1051.
  27. Panda, Smita Mishra, Pattanayak, Supriya. (2020). Women Farmers in South Odisha: Empowerment through Agricultural Interventions, Adalya Journal, 9(3), 814-823.
  28. Panda, Smita Mishra, Pandey Annapurna D. (2020). ‘Women’s Movement for Land and Livelihood: Case Study of Odisha’, in Asha Hans, Amrita Patel, Bidyut Mohanty, Swarnamayee Tripathy (Eds). Women Reinventing Development: The Odisha Experience, Aakar Books, Delhi, 39-64.
  29. Bose, Meenakshi., Panda, Smita Mishra (2019). Value Perception of Unpaid Work of Household Work – Women’s Perspective in Odisha”, Think India Journal, 22(14), 7651-7671.
  30. Bose, Meenakshi., Panda, Smita Mishra, (2016). Valuing Women's Work in India: A Critical Review”, Centurion Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 2(1), 28-56.
  31. Lund, Ragnhild., Kusakabe, Kyoko. Panda, Smita Mishra, Wang, Yunxian (2016). Building Bridges Across Transnational Boundaries: Collaboration and Friendship in Research, Emotion, Space and Society, 20, 18-24
  32. Lund, Ragnhild., Panda, Smita Mishra and Dhal, Manju. (2015), Narrating Spaces of Inclusion and Exclusion in Research Collaboration – researcher-gatekeeper-dialogue, Qualitative Research (Special Issue: Feminist Participatory Methodologies), 1-13.
  33. Kyoko, Kusakabe, Ragnhild, Lund., Panda, Smita Mishra., Wang., Yunxian (2015). Resettlement in Lao PDR: mobility, resistance and gendered impacts, August, Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography
  34. Panda, Smita Mishra (2015). ‘Women's Collective Action and Sustainable Water Management: SEWA's Water Campaign in Gujarat’, pp 141-165, in Subhadra M. Channa and Marilyn Porter (Eds), Gender, Livelihood and Environment: How Women Manage Resources, Orient Blackswan: New Delhi.
  35. Lund, Ragnhild., and Smita Mishra Panda (2015), ‘Struggling Bodies and Spaces of Resistance : Adivasi Women Activists in Odisha, India’, pp 147-176, in R. Lund, P. Doneys and B.P. Resurreccion (Eds), Gendered Entanglements: Re-visiting gender in a rapidly changing Asia, Nordic Institute of Asian Studies Press: Copenhagen.
  36. Patra, Anita (2021). Online Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: Creating An Inclusive Environment During Covid -19 Crisis. Psychology and Education ISSN: 0033-3077, volume 58(4), 3408-3412. 
  37. Patra, Anita (2021). Farmers Health in South Odisha: An Empirical Investigation” in Centurion, an Entrepreneurial University in the Making: Local Impact with Global Relevance, ISBN: 978-81-949112-2-7,162-174
  38. Patra, Anita (2021). Capacity Building of Pani Panchayats: An Empirical Investigation” in Centurion, an Entrepreneurial University in the Making: Local Impact with Global Relevance, ISBN: 978-81-949112-2-7,175-186
  39. Patra, Anita (2021). Empowerment of Self-Help Groups through Capacity Development” in Centurion, an Entrepreneurial University in the Making: Local Impact with Global Relevance, ISBN: 978-81-949112-2-7, 187-204.
  40. Patra, Anita (2021). Enterprise Promotion in Odisha: A Case Study of PMEGP in Gajapati” in Centurion, an Entrepreneurial University in the Making: Local Impact with Global Relevance, ISBN: 978-81-949112-2-7, 205-210.
  41. Patra, Anita (2020). Citizen Centric E-Governance - Challenges and Issues: A Study in Rayagada District. TEST Engineering and Management, ISSN: 0193-4120, Page No. 14410-14417, Volume 83, Publication Issue: May – June 2020
  42. Patra, Anita (2020). Assessing Citizen Adoption of ICTs for E-Governance Services at Common Service Centers: A Study in Rayagada District. Kala Sarovar, ISSN: 0975-4520, Page No. 381 – 393, Vol-23 No.02 (IV).
  43. Patra, Anita (2020). An Analysis on Investor’s Perception towards Investment Decision with reference to Indian Scenario (Andhra Pradesh). PalArch's Journal of Archaeology of Egypt/ Egyptology ISSN: 1567-214x, Page no. 2082 to 2090, Volume 17, Issue 9.
  44. Patra, Anita (2020). Outcome-Based Skilling Faculty Development Programme. PalArch's Journal of Archaeology of Egypt/ Egyptology ISSN: 1567-214x, Page no. 2075 to 2081, Volume 17, Issue 9.
  45. Mishra, Binayaka Prasad, Mishra Susant Kumar, and Patra, Anita (2020). Relevance of Investing in Index Funds to beat the Market Volatility in the context of Indian Capital Market. Solid State Technology, 63(2), 920-932.
  46. Sahoo, Amiya Kumar, Patra, Anita, and Sahu, Dasarathi. (2020). Citizen Centric E-Governance-Challenges and Issues: A Study in Rayagada District. TEST Engineering and Management, 83(5), 14410-14417.
  47. Patra, Anita and Raju, NSVN. (2020). A Study on Factors Influencing Investor’s Investment Decision. TEST Engineering and Management, 83(5), 14075-14083.
  48. Bose, Binay Kumar., Patra, Anita., Bhujabal, Bijay., and Dash, Sisir. (2020). Global, Regional, National Vs. State Level Progress in Financial Inclusion of Odisha: A Contemplation. TEST Engineering and Management, 83(4), 17511-17519.
  49. Patra, Anita and Pani, Prajna. (2020). Emotional Intelligence: A Latent Emotional Capability in Rural Women Entrepreneurs. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, 10(60), 26697-26704.
  50. Patra, Anita. (2020). A Study of the gap between Expected and Perceived Quality of Life among the Elderly People in Odisha. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, 10(60), 26705-26714.
  51. Sahoo, Amiya Kumar., Patra, Anita., and Sahu, Dasarathi. (2020). E-Governance and the Influence of Common Service Centers on Rural Citizens: A Study in Rayagada District. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, 10(60), 24714-24720.
  52. Bantha, Tapas and Nayak, Umakanta. (2021) “The relation of workplace spirituality with employee creativity among Indian software professionals: Mediating Role of Psychological Empowerment” South Asian Journal of Business Studies (Paper published online) Volume/Issue ahead of Print.
  53. Bantha, Tapas., Nayak, Umakanta., and Patra, Anita. (2020). The Impact of Workplace Spirituality on Emotional Labour: Job Satisfaction as a Mediator. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, 10(60), 19863-19871.
  54. Sahoo, Amiya Kumar., Patra, Anita., and Sahu, Dasarathi. (2020). Challenges of Common Service Centers of Rayagada District: Findings from a VLE centered analysis. TEST Engineering and Management, 83(4), 17126-17134.
  55. Bose, Binay Kumar., Patra, Anita., Bhujabal, Bijay., and Dash, Sisir. (2019). Financial inclusion vis-à-vis growth and poverty alleviation: An Empirical Approach. Revista Espacios, 40(42), 11-23.
  56. Bose, Binay Kumar., Patra, Anita., Bhujabal, Bijay., and Dash, Sisir. (2018). Financial inclusion and Economic Growth: A Critical Appraisal for Evidence-based Policy (EBP). International Journal of Management, Technology and Engineering, 8(12), 2021-2030.
  57. Sahoo, Amiya Kumar and Patra, Anita. (2018). Factors Motivating the Village Level Entrepreneurs to render e-Governance Services: An empirical study of the CSCs of Rayagada District. International Journal of Management, Technology and Engineering, 8(12), 3255-3269.
  58. Mishra, Anup., Patra, Anita., and Dash, Ranjan Kumar. (2018). Universal Health Care System: Is India Prepared? International Journal of Management, Technology and Engineering, 8(12), 3185-3195.
  59. Pattnaik, Jharana Rani and Patra, Anita. (2018). Impact of Information Technology in Indian Banking Industry: A Study on South Odisha. IPE Journal of Management, 8(2), 78-90.
  60. Patra, Anita. (2017). Mentoring in Educational Institutes: A Holistic Approach. International Multi Journal, 4(2), 22-28.
  61. Behera, Amir Prasad., Pani, Prajna., and Patra, Anita. (2017). Emotional Intelligence in Higher Education: A Scale Development. International Journal of Education and Research, 7(3), 332-336.
  62. Bhuyan, Tapas and Patra, Anita. (2017). Use of Library Resources by the Students of Private Engineering Colleges: A Case Study of Odisha. International Journal of Research in Library Science, 3(1), 121-130.
  63. Bhuyan, Tapas., Satapathy, Sunil Kumar., and Patra, Anita. (2016). Use of Library Resources by the Faculty Members of Private Engineering Colleges: A Case Study of Odisha. INFOLIB, 9(1), 67-73.
  64. Raju, NSVN and Patra, Anita. (2016). A Study on Investor’s Attitude towards Investment in Equity Stocks with reference to East Godavari, West Godavari & Vijaywada Districts of Andhra Pradesh. International Journal of Control Theory and Application, 9(41), 1341-1348.
  65. Raju, NSVN and Patra, Anita. (2016). A Study on Investor’s Attitude towards Investment in Equity Stocks with reference to Visakhapatnam District of Andhra Pradesh. International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science, 5(11), 94-99.
  66. Raju, NSVN and Patra, Anita. (2015). Study of Factors affecting investment decisions of investors with special reference to equity market in selected areas of Kakinada district (A.P.) International Journal of Recent Trends in Management, Commerce, Accountancy, Economics, Public Administration, Law and Allied Researches, 2(6), 55-64.
  67. Das, Madhumita, and Chatterjee, Bani (2020). Empowerment and Conservation through Ecotourism: A Case of Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary, Odisha, India, Tourism Review International.
  68. Pattnaik, Preetiraj., Das, Madhumita, & Parmanik, Tapas (2020) Empowering youth through Employment and Entrepreneurship: A case of Gram Tarang Employability Training Services. In Pattanayak, S. & Mishra Panda, S. Centurion, An Entrepreneurial University in the Making: Local Impact with Global Relevance. pp. 3-19.Centurion University of Technology and Management, Odisha
  69. Das, Madhumita(2020). Coping Mechanism for Natural Disaster: Insights from Cyclone Fani in Odisha, Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, 10 (60), 20400-20408.
  70. Das, M. (2020). Conservation and Development through Ecotourism: A Case of Bhitarkanika and Sunderban, India. Shodh Sanchar Bulletin, 10(40)
  71. Das, Madhumita. (2020). Ecotourism and Conservation: A tale of Two Famous Ecotourism Sites of Odisha, Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, 10 (60), 23487-23495.
  72. Das, Madhumita and Chatterjee, Bani. (2018). Livelihood in Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary, India: An Impact Assessment of Ecotourism Practices. The Singapore Economic Review, 63(1), 1-29.
  73. Bantha, Tapas., and Nayak, Umakanta. (2020). The Relation of Workplace Spirituality with Employees’ Innovative Work Behaviour: The Mediating Role of Psychological Empowerment. Journal of Indian Business Research (Paper accepted for Publication) Volume/Issue ahead of Print.
  74. Bantha, Tapas., and Nayak, Umakanta. (2020). Workplace Spirituality: A Researcher’s Perspective. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, 10(60), 19904-19909.
  75. Bantha, Tapas., Nayak, Umakanta., and Patra Anita. (2020). The Impact of Workplace Spirituality on Emotional Labour: Job Satisfaction as a Mediator. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, 10(60), 19863-19871.
  76. Bantha, Tapas., and Nayak, Umakanta. (2020). The Relationship between Workplace Spirituality and Organizational Citizenship Behaviour: An Empirical Investigation. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, 10(60), 19840-19849.
  77. Bantha, T., & Sahni, S. P. (in press). The relation of servant leadership with follower’s organizational citizenship behaviour: Mediating role of generalized self-efficacy. Industrial and Commercial Training. 
  78. Bantha, T., Panda, T. K., & Sahni, S. P. (2021). Growing from the Inside Out: An Exploratory Investigation Into the Construct–Spirituality. Prabandhan: Indian Journal of Management14(4), 8-21.
  79. Behera D and Modak Satarupa, (2022). Attitude and Opinion of the Farmers towards Regulated Market, A Case of Balasore District, Indian Research Journal of Extension Education, Vol 22, Issue 2, p. 169-72.
  80. Subhrajyoti Panda, Avrajyoti Ghosh, Litan Das, Satarupa Modak, Sabita Mondal, P. K. Pal and M. S. Nain (2022). Economics of Small Tea Farming System (STFS): An in-depth Study of North Bengal, India. Indian Journal of Extension Education, Vol. 58, Issue. 1, p. 63-67.
  81. Panigrahi, A., Modak, Satarupa, Padhy, C. (2021). Willingness to Adopt the Recommended Practices of Organic Turmeric among Kandhamal Farmers of Odisha. Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics & Sociology, vol. 39(8). 80-87
  82. Meher, Mita., Modak, Satarupa., Panda, Subhrajyoti., and Panigrahi, Sushree Purabi (2021). Understanding pattern of socio-economics of SHG members engaged in horticulture enterprises in Sonepur district of Odisha. The Pharma Innovation Journal. Vol. SP-10(7). 84-88
  83. Modak, Satarupa., Meena C Patel, Chitrasena Padhy (2020). Rainbow Revolution in Agriculture- A step towards Sustainability, National Conference on Technology for Improving
    Agricultural Production. Agro Economist: An International Journal. 7(2).111-113.
  84. Modak, Satarupa (2020). Role of Phytochemicals in Human Physiological Disorders: Diabetes and obesity. An Analysis of the Phytochemicals vs Synthetics Drugs in Treatment of Diabetes and Obesity. ISBN: 978-613-8-94587. 74-84
  85. Modak, Satarupa (2020). Advanced Agriculture. Status of Organic Farming and Extension Advisory Services in North Bengal, ISBN: 978-93-88879-99-6 (HB)/ 987-81-94717-6-3 (e-book). 350-362
  86. Modak S, (2021). Research Scope in Fishery Extension Sector. Recent Updates in Indian Fishery sector,Narendra Publishing House. 42 (I). pp. 444-451. ISBN 9789390611836
  87. Modak, Satrupa. (2020) Nutrition Sensitive Agriculture in Tripura, an Overview. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences. 9(7) 3580-3586
  88. Hanglem, A., Modak, Satrupa., Roy, D. and Pal, P.K. (2019) Constraints faced by the organic farmers of Manipur state, Journal of Crop and Weed, 15(1) 178-181.
  89. Panda, Subhrajyoti., Satarupa Modak., Yanglem Lakshimai Devi, Litan Das, P. K. Pal, and M. S. Nain.  (2019). Access and Usage of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to Accelerate Farmers’ Income. Journal of Community Mobilization and Sustainable Development. 14(1) 200-205.
  90. Sardar, A.S., Modak, Satrupa., Das, L., Pal, P.K., Nain, M.S., Panda, S. (2019). Perceptual characterisation for quality assessment of jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus) in Terai districts of West Bengal. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 89(3) 433-438.
  91. Hanglem, A. & Modak, Satrupa., & Roy, D. & Pal, PK. (2019). Constraints faced by the organic farmers of Manipur state, Journal of Crop and Weed, 15(1) 178-181.
  92. Modak, Satrupa., Patel, MC., Pal, P.K., Das, L. & Nain, M.S. (2018) A study of entrepreneurial competencies of post graduate students in agriculture. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 88(9) 1391-1395
  93. Modak Satrupa., Patel, M.C., & Pal, P.K. (2017). Problems faced by the postgraduate students in acceptance of agricultural enterprise and suggestions to overcome those problems. International Journal of Research in Applied, Natural and Social Sciences.
  94. Kuotsu, V.S., & Pal. P.K., Roy, D., Mondal, S., Das, L. & Modak, Satrupa. (2017). Community Level Vulnerability to Climate Change: A Comparative Case Study between Selected Naga Tribes in India. Current Journal of Applied Science and Technology, 1-12.
  95. Sahoo, P.K (2021). An Exploratory Study on ESL students’ Reading Comprehension Skill.
  96. Sahoo, P.K & Nayak, S. (2020Red Card for Indigenous Languages: A Question of Identity Language Acquisition Process: An Innovation,Shodh Sanchar Bulletin10 (40)
  97. Sahoo, P.K (2020). Need of Listening Skill in Second Language Acquisition Process: An InnovationAmazon Kindle Self-Publishing
  98. Sahoo, P.K & Dash, B.N (2020) Urban Micro Business Center: A Commitment to Empower Community. In Pattanayak, S. & Mishra Panda, S. Centurion, An Entrepreneurial University in the Making: Local Impact with Global Relevance. pp. 37-52.Centurion University of Technology and Management, Odisha
  99. Sahoo , Pradeep Kumar (2022). ESL Students' Listening Skill:A Study in Odisha Context. Indian journal of natural sciences. vol. 13(72), p. 43161-43164
  100. Sahoo, Pradeep Kumar. (2020). ESL Students' Proficiency in Reading Skills: An Experimental Study. Adalya Journal, 9 (5), 331-338.
  101. Das Pramod Kumar and Pradhan Ajit Kumar (2022). Using Poetry for Brainstorming to Enhance Paragraph Writing Skills for ESL Learners. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences. Vol. 13(72), p.43055-43058
  102. Rath Girish and Pradhan Ajit Kumar (2022). A framework to Enhance Listening Skills: A Few Suggestions for the Second Language Teachers. Journal of English Language Teaching Vol. LXIV (2)
  103. Das Pramod Kumar and Pradhan Ajit Kumar (2022). Integrating Technology with Folklore for English Language Teaching: A Blended Learning Approach. Digitalisation of Culture through Technology ISBN-9781032315478 Routledge
  104. Pradhan, A.K. (2021). Speaking. In Ed. Tripathy, S. Certificate Course in Communication Skills in English for the Western Region. RIE, Bhopal, NCERT
  105. Howji, Allamneni, S. Pradhan, A.K. &; Chauvan, V. (2021). Learning by Doing: Enhancing Speaking Skills of Engineering Students through TBL Approach. International Journal of Aquatic Science. 12 (02). PP.980-986
  106. Das, S., Behera, D.D., Pradhan, A.K. (2020). Clean Energy Products: A Path for Attaining Livelihood Security. Xpress Publishing
  107. Nayak, U., Panda, S.M. and Pradhan, A.K. (2020). Decentralised Planning: The Process and Experiences of a Technical Support Institute. In Eds. Pattnayak, S & Panda, S.M. Centurion, An Entrepreneurial University In The Making: Local Impact With Global Relevance. Centurion University. ISBN: 978-81-949112-2-7.
  108. Pani, P and Pradhan, A.K. (2020). ICT Tools to Design Online Teaching and Learning Materials. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences. 11 (63). PP. 28669-28673 
  109. Pradhan, K.,Howji, N.R. and Singh, A. K. (2020). Application of the Principles of Andragogy in Developing English for Specific Purposes Curriculum. Adalya Journal, 9 (5), 325-330.
  110. Behera, A. P., Pradhan, A.K.,and Pani, P. (2020). Enhancing the skill of Short Presentations through Self-evaluation. TEST Engineering & Management, 83(5), 14396-1440.
  111. Das, Taneeva (2020), “The Journey of a Language; Odia as a Classical Language”, 5th National Language Conference, Volume 4, pp. 154-164
  112. Das, Taneeva (2020). Essentialism of Translation in Foreign Language Teaching. Adalya Journal, 9(5), 250-257.
  113. Das, Taneeva (2020). The Journey of a Language; Odia as a Classical Language. Language, Literature, Culture & Integrity, 4(1), 154-164.
  114. Das, Taneeva (2020). Exploring the Classical Language: Odia – a Historical Linguistic Approach. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, 10(60), 23295-23300.
  115. Das, Taneeva (2019). Revisiting Polari: The lost LGBT Language. International Journal of Language Literature & Translation Studies, 6(3), 167-172.
  116. Behera, P. Dash, Biswanandan & Pattanayak, D. P. (2021). An Exploratory Study of Lexico-Syntactic Variations in Sambalpuri and Odia. International Journal of Dravidian Linguistics (Golden Jubilee Volume), 50 (1), 51-78. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4519792
  117. Pattanayak, S. K, & Dash, Biswanandan. (2020). An Ethnolinguistic Repositioning of Balmiki Language of Odisha: A Bibliographic Appraisal. Asian Languages and Linguistics, 1(2), 205-230. John Benjamins Publishing Company, The Netherlands. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1075/alal.20018.das
  118. Pattanayak, S. K., Dash, Biswanandan.& Singh, B. C. (2020). Revisiting Ethnolinguistic Positioning of Balmiki Language of Odisha: A Bibliographic Appraisal”, Pp. 68-81. In S. K. Prusty, B. N. Dash, et al. (Eds.). Language, Literature, Culture & Integrity, IV. Bhubaneswar: IOSR. (Book Chapter).
  119. Mishra, A. S. & Dash, Biswanandan.(2020). "The Social Media Language", Pp. 111-117. In S. K. Prusty, B. N. Dash, et al. (Eds.). Language, Literature, Culture & Integrity, II. Bhubaneswar: IOSR. (Book Chapter).
  120. Dash, Biswanandan.(2019). ଓଡ଼ିଆ ଲିଙ୍ଗ ସଂରଚନା : ଏକ ବ୍ୟାକରଣଗତ ବିଶ୍ଳେଷଣ (trans. "Odia Gender System: A Grammatical Description"). ପ୍ରତ୍ୟୟ (Journal of Odia language, Culture & Science), 3(1), 1-7.
  121. Dash, Biswanandan& Prusty, S. K. (2018). Exploring Invisible Speech in Ritual Art: A Combinational Study in Cultural-Linguistic Landscape. Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics (IJoAL), 44(1-2), 187-205
  122. Behera, P. & Dash, Biswanandan. (2017). Documenting Sambalpuri-Kosli: The Case of a Less-resourced Language. Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics(IJoAL), 43(1-2), 128-144.
  123. Dash, Biswanandan.(2016). Hindi story translation to Odia: “Sadak”. Saptarshi, 4 (September), 68-72.
  124. Dash, Biswanandan.(2016). “Communicative commonality in the translation of Marathi and Odia Proverbs”, Pp. 53-62. In S. K Prusty, B. N. Dash, et al. (Eds.). Language, Literature, Culture & Integrity, I. Bhubaneswar: IOSR. (Book Chapter).
  125. Dash, Biswanandan.(2016). Filching commonality by translation of proverb in Indian Linguistic Scene. Translation Today, 10(1), 15-32.
  126. Dash, Biswanandan.(2015). MEEPA: An ESP Syllabus Design for the Engineering Students of Biju Patnaik University of Technology. Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes, 3(2), 385-401.
  127. Das, Bibhunandini, and Karmakar, Sipra “Skill Gap in various sectors: A review”, International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research. Vol. 7(1), pp. 155-165
  128. Das, Bibhunandini (Forthcoming): Diffusion of Innovations: Theoretical Perspectives and Empirical Evidences in African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development.
  129. Das, Bibhunandini. (Forthcoming): Does Sanitation have association with health outcomes? Evidence from India in Indian Journal of Natural Sciences Publisher: Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group.
  130. Das, Bibhunandini. (2019): Harnessing ICTs among Farm Households through Interactive Learning and Competence Building: Perspectives from India and China in the edited volume of Agricultural Innovation System in Asia: Towards inclusive Rural Development by Prof Lakhwinder Gill and Anita Gill. Publisher: Routledge, New Delhi.
  131. Das, Bibhunandini. (2018): Sources of Technological Knowledge and Farm Output: Evidences from a large-scale Farmers Survey. Agricultural Economics Research Review, 31 (2), PP. 241- 250.
  132. Das, Bibhunandini., and Das Amarendra. (2018): Technology Adoption in Agriculture and its Determinants: An Inter-State Analysis‟ in the edited volume of Indian Agriculture after Green Revolution: Changes and Challenges by Binoy Goswami, M P Bezbaruah and Raju Mandal.
  133. Das, Amarendra., and Das, Bibhunandini (2015): Does Sanitation Affect Health Outcomes? Evidence from India. MPRA Paper, 63760.
  134. Das, Amarendra., and Das, Bibhunandini (2015): How Inclusive is Odisha‟s Economic Growth in the edited volume of Trend, Magnitude and Dimension of Inequality in Post Reform India by Prof R K Panda and Rajkishore Meher,  204-226
  135. Deb, Atanu, (2021): Encyclopedia of rural Sociology and educational Psychology, 978-81-950971-0-4
  136. Deb, Atanu (2021): Agro-Ecology; An Illustrated Handbook; 978-81950971-1-1
  137. Deb, Atanu. Review On Nutritional Anemia; (2020) Indian Journal of Natural Sciences  10,   18466--18474
  138. Preetha Bhadra, Atanu Deb,(2020) A Literature Review On acne Due To Hormonal Changes And Lifestyle Indian Journal of Natural Sciences  10,   18507--18521
  139. Preetha Bhadra, Atanu Deb (2020) A Review Study On Acne Caused By Propionibacterium Indian Journal of Natural Sciences  10,   18422--182435
  140. Preetha Bhadra, Atanu Deb (2020)Review On The Treatment Of Urinary Tract Infection Without The Use Of Antibiotics Indian Journal of Natural Sciences  10,   18394--18406
  141. Preetha Bhadra, Atanu Deb (2020)Sleeplessness As A Marker Of Anaemia: A Review. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences,   10,   18201--182010
  142. Preetha Bhadra, Atanu Deb (2020) Review On Diabetic Foods And UTI Indian Journal of Natural Sciences  10,   18377--18383
  143. Atanu Deb,(2020) Pillai Raghuram (2020) Sacred Groves And Community Participation In Conservation Of Natural Resources: A Case Study Of ‘Santal’ Tribes Of Palamu, Jharkhand Indian Journal of Natural Sciences  10,   22836--22843
  144. Deb, Atanu (2020) Utilization Dimensions Of Family Farms: A Case Of East Singhbhum, Jharkhand.Indian Journal of Natural Sciences  10,    22851--22857
  145. Deb, Atanu (2020) Temporal Dimensions Of Family Farms: Looming Lights On East Singhbhum, Jharkhand. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences,  10,    22857--22862
  146. Deb, Atanu (2020) Changes In The Socio Economic Condition Of The Tribes (Bhumij). Indian Journal of Natural Sciences  10,   22862--22871
  147. Deb, Atanu (2020) Digital Financial Inclusion: A Review. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences,  10,    22871--22876
  148. Deb, Atanu (2020) Conceptualizing Minimum Support Price In Agriculture Indian Journal of Natural Sciences  10,   22876--22880
  149. Deb, Atanu (2020) Institutional Linkage Fitches Farm Sustainability: A Specific Case Of Family Farming. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences  10,   22880--22884
  150. Deb, Atanu (2020) Community Networking of Family Farms: Impending luminosities On East Singhbhum, Jharkhand. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences  10,   22884--22889
  151. Deb, Atanu (2020) Community For Livelihood Interventions: Realism And Challenges. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences,  10,    22889--22893
  152. Deb, Atanu (2020) Climate Change And Its Political Manifestation: A Terrible Issue For Sundarban Forest. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences  10,   22893—22896
  153. Mondal, Saheb; Ghosh, Arindam; Sengupta, Arunava and Deb, Atanu (2020), “Skill Development and Employment Generation through Lac Cultivation in Tribal area of Ranchi District”, Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, Volume10, pp.23220-23214
  154. Nureti, Mangat Ram; Ghosh, Arindam; Sengupta, Arunava and Deb, Atanu (2020),” Bamboo Handicraft and Tribal Economy: A Case of Mahali Tribe of Angara Block, Jharkhand”, Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, Volume10, pp23214-23219
  155. Kumar, Ajeet; Verma, R. N. and Deb, Atanu (2020), “Screening of Bio-formulations for their Bio-Efficacy against Trichoderma: In Relation to Edible Mushroom”, Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, Volume 10, pp.23238-23242
  156. Kundu, Ayan and Deb, Atanu (2020), “Challenges in Self-Employed Livelihood Strategies: A Study of Clay- Doll Makers Around Krishnanagar in Nadia, West Bengal, Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, Volume 10, pp. 22910-22913
  157. Chatterjee, Souvik; Shome, Porag and Deb, Atanu (2020), “Sub Sector Analysis of Potato in Burwan Block of Murshidabad District” Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, Volume 10, pp. 22905-22909
  158. Chatterjee, Souvik and Deb, Atanu (2020) “Collectivizing Community for Development Action: A Conceptual Framework” Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, Volume 10, pp. 22901-22904
  159. Sengupta, Arunava and Deb, Atanu (2020), “Sustainable Farming System Models for Small Farmers of Western and Central North Eastern Plateau Regions of Jharkhand” Incollection, Volume 1, pp. 34-46
  160. Giri, Nimay Chandra. & Das, Shiv Sankar. (2020). Sustainable Energy Irrigation Model for Enhancing Livelihood in South Odisha. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences. 60(10), 20947-20953.
  161. Das, Shiv Sanakar. (2020). Diffusion of Clean Energy Products: A Conceptual Framework. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, 59(10) 18251-18268.
  162. Das, Shiv Sankar. (2020) Diffusion of Solar Lights in South Odisha, Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, 60(10) 20589-20596.
  163. Behera, DD., Mohanty, A.M., and Das, Shiv. Sankar. (2019). Design and fabrication of Forced Convection Cabinet type of solar dryer for drying fruits and vegetables. International Journal of Management, Technology and Engineering, 9(3) 4419-4431.
  164. Das, Shiv. Sankar. (2018). Technology Diffusion: A Marketing Perspective. International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts, 6(2) 885-896.
  165. Das, Shiv Sankar. (2018) Rural Market and Marketing. International Journal of Management, Technology And Engineering, 8(12) 5144-5170.
  166. Behera, D.D., Nayak, B., & Das, Shiv Sankar. (2017) Design and Fabrication of Solar Dryer for Sustainable Livelihoods of Fisher Women. International Journal of Engineering and Management, 7(5) 125-139.
  167. Rao, S. Kameswar (2022). Public Perception on the Performance of Local Government Employees, Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, Vol.13 (71), P. 40802 – 40809.
  168. Rao, S. Kameswar (2022). Consumers’ Opinion on the Performance of an Urban Local Body in Delivering Basic Services. International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education (INT-JECSE). Vol 14(02), p.6770 – 6778.
  169. Das, Shiv Shankar., & Panda, Haribandhu. (2017). Smokeless Chulha- A Way for Enhancing Quality of Life. International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation, 4 70-78.
  170. Rao, S. Kameswar (2020). Building Plan Approval System: A Study of Public Perception. International Journal of Modern Agriculture. Vol. 9(4). 308 -313
  171. Rao, S. Kameswar (2020). Physical Infrastructure Amenities Provided by Municipal Corporation. International Journal of Modern Agriculture. Vol. 9(4), 353 - 358.
  172. Rao, S. Kameswar (2020). Urban Roads Administered by Local Bodies: A Study of Public Perception. Vol 23, No. 02(IV). 394- 398
  173. Rao, S. Kameswar (2020). Perception of Urban Dwellers on Municipal Sanitation Service, Shodh Sanchar Bulletin, Vol. 10, Issue 40, 49 - 56.
  174. Rao, S. Kameswar (2020). Enterprise Promotion in Odisha: A Case Study of PMEGP in Gajapati, Centurion, An Entrepreneurial University in the Making: Local Impact with Global Relevance – ISBN: 978-81-949112-2-7, 205 – 210.
  175. Rao, S. Kameswar (2021). An Appraisal of Performance of an Urban Local Body in Providing Street Roads and Lighting Amenity. Modern Thamizh Research. A Quarterly International Multilateral Thamizh Journal. Special Issue. 348- 353.
  176. Kameswar, S. Rao. (2020). Road Infrastructure Provided by Urban Local Bodies in India. Adalya Journal, 9(4), 88 -97.
  177. Kameswar, S. Rao. (2020). Education in Schools Managed by Urban Local Bodies. Test Engineering & Management, 83(2), 13871 -13876.
  178. Kameswar, S. Rao. (2020). Urban Health Service Delivered by Local Bodies in India. Test Engineering & Management, 83(2), 12580 – 12584.
  179. Kameswar, S. Rao. (2020). Street Lighting Amenity Provided by Municipal Corporations in India. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7(15), 384 – 387.
  180. Kameswar, S. Rao, (2019). Municipal Solid Waste Management in Visakhapatnam City, India. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 8(6), 3604 – 3607.
  181. Kameswar, S. Rao, (2018). Saukaryam: an e-Governance initiative of Greater Visakhapatnam Municipal Corporation. International Journal of Management, Technology and Engineering, 8(12), 2744 – 2755.
  182. Kameswar, S. Rao. (2017). Citizens’ satisfaction on drinking water amenity provided by Greater Visakhapatnam Municipal Corporation.  Journal of Advance Management Research, 5(3), 68- 77.
  183. Kameswar, S. Rao. (2015). Mid – Day Meal Scheme in Gajapati District of Odisha. Journal of Exclusive Management Science, 4(6), 1-8.
  184. Ajay Kumar Prusty, Bibhuti Prasad Mohapatra, Sandeep Rout, Chitrasena Padhy, Kalyani Pradhan. (2020). Climate Resilient Agriculture in Odisha. Agriculture and Forestry: Current Trends, Perspectives. ISBN No: 978-93-5426-676-8. pp 49-62.
  185. Pattanayak Kalee Prasanna, Padhy Chitrasena, 2020, Constraints in Cashew nut Entrepreneurship in India and Suggestive Measures, Amazon Kindle Self-Publishing, 150-156.
  186. Panigrahi, A., Modak, S., & Padhy, C. (2021). Willingness to Adopt the Recommended Practices of Organic Turmeric among Kandhamal Farmers of Odisha. Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics & Sociology, 39(8), 80-87.
  187. Kalee Prasanna Pattanayak, Chitrasena Padhy and Brijlal Mallik "Agri-Preneurship and Its Challenges and Opportunities in India, Book: Advances in Agricultural Extension, Volume: 15, AkiNik
    Publications, New Delhi, Volume:15, 17-29.
  188. Chitrasena Padhy, Kalee Prasanna Pattanayak, Satarupa Modak and Rajeeb Behera "Essentiality of Digitalisation of Agriculture for Farming Communities", , Book: Research Trends in Agricultural Extension, AkiNik Publications, New Delhi, Volume:10, 17-29.
  189. Padhy, Chitrasena,and Raju P. S. (2020). Mental Health of farmers-Need of the hour. International Journal of Agriculture, Environment and Biotechnology: 13(1): 87-92.
  190. Pattanayak K. P. and Padhy, Chitrasena (2020). Cashew Nut Entrepreneurship in India- An Overview of Challenges and Opportunities. International Journal of Management, Technology and Engineering, 9(8), 517-522.
  191. Prusty A K., Panigrahi R S., Padhy, Chitrasena., and Rout S. (2020), Knowledge Level of Farmers Regarding System of Rice Intensification (SRI) Method in Puri District of Odisha, Indian Journal of Pure and Applied Biosciences, 8(3), 270-277.
  192. Padhy C., Raju P. S. and Raj R K. 2021. Cotton Crop Management Practices Adopted in a Tribal Region of Odisha. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences. 10(01), 811-819.
  193. Padhy C., Raju P. S. and Raj R K. 2021. Severity of Risk Factors in Management of Cotton – As Perceived by Growers. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, 11(64), 29475-29482.
  194. Padhy C., Raju P. S. and Raj R K. 2021. Stress Factors in Cotton Cultivation and Perception of the Growers. The Pharma Innovation International Journal,10(3), 285-289.
  195. Padhy C., Raju P. S. and Raj R K. 2021. Constraints in Cotton Cultivation Reported by Growers and Suggestive Measures. Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics and Sociology, 39(2): 118-125.
  196. Padhy, Chitrasena., Raju P. S., and Prusty A K.  (2020), Modern Day Farming Challenges the Mental Health of Farmers. The Pharma Innovation Journal: 9(7), 137-138.
  197. Padhy, Chitrasena., Raju P. S., and Raj R K. (2020).  Psychological Challenges of Farmers and Remedial Measures, Indian Journal of Natural Sciences. 10(60), 24134-24138.
  198. Padhy, Chitrasena., Raju P. S., and Pattanayak  K P. (2020). Role of Communication for Improving the Mental Health of Farmers, Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, 10(60), 24791-24795,
  199. Padhy, Chitrasena., Raju P. S., and Raj R K. (2020). Sustainability of Cotton Farming Needs Attention, Indian Journal of Natural Sciences. 10(60), 24787-24790.
  200. Padhy, Chitrasena, Raju P. S. and Sarkar A. (2020). Effectiveness of Dyadic Communication of Farm Family Heads with Their Daughters. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, 10(60), 23276-23279.
  201. Padhy, Chitrasena, and Raju P. S. (2020). 10(60), Dyadic Communication Pattern among the Farm Families for Taking Decision. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, 10(60), 24130-24133.
  202. Sarangi Shubham. Kumar and Naik B. (2020). Improvement of Strength of Concrete by Using Agricultural By-Products, International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Science, 5(4):1544-1500.
  203. Sarangi, Kumar, Singh B.S., Naik B., Hota M.K., Sahoo N. (2020). Performance characteristics of solar pump in the Bhubaneswar region of Odisha, International Journal of Chemical Studies, 8(3): 1041-1048.
  204. Biswal S.R., Sarangi Kumar, Pradhan P.L.,(2020) Performance Analysis of Tractor Operated Multi Row Rotary Weeder and Its Comparison With manual weeding, Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry, 9(3): 974-978.
  205. Jena, Lipsa and Nayak, Umaknata (2022). Issues and Challenges faced by Service Industry in India. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences 71(13)
  206. Jena, Lipsaand Nayak, Umakanta (2020), “Theories of Career Development: An analysis”, Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, Vol.10(60), pp. 23515 - 23523
  207. Jena, Lipsa and Nayak, Umakanta (2020), “Career Development in Service Sector: Challenges and Future Prospects, Bioscience Biotechnology Research Communication”, Vol-13(14)
  208. Pattnaik Preetiraj, Prasanta ku. Mohanty;(2020) A study on the cause and effect of covid-19 on the fast tracking of digital health in India, Shodh Sarita (print only), 7(28), 2348-2397
  209. Paramanik, Tapas, & Bhattacharyya, S. (2021). Gum Production and its Sustainable Harvest from Forest: a Review. Ambient Science, 08(1), 1-5
  210. Akkamahadevi Naik, Sreenivasulu M, and Ashok Kumar B. (2022) “Compare the cost and net return of organic and conventional red gram farming practices in dry land areas of Karnataka” Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, vol. 13, p. 41279-41282
  211. Akkamahadevi Naik, Sreenivasulu M, and Ashok Kumar B. (2022) “Perceived attributes of organic red gram farmers in dry land areas of Karnataka” Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, vol. 13, p. 41343-41347
  212. Ashok Kumar B. and Akkamahadevi Naik (2022) “A Study on Entrepreneurial Behaviour of Chickpea Seed Producing Growers” Indian Journal of Natural Sciences, vol.3 (72), p.42109-42114.
  213. Ashok kumar and Akkamahadevi Naik (2021). Transforming Indian Agriculture with Digital Technologies. Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics & Sociology. 39(6), 79-90.
  214. Ashok kumar and Akkamahadevi Naik (2021). Strategies for doubling farmers’ income. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 10(6). 430-436
  215. Ashok Kumar and K Venkataranga Naika (2021). A study on dimension wise management efficiency of red gram growers in North-Eastern Karnataka. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 10(6). 437-443
  216. Satpathy, Saritha, Venkateswaralu K, Satpathy, Susantha Kumar (March 2021). Analysing the impact of retail store attributes on unplanned buying intention with mediating role of shopping enjoyment and store perception: An Empirical study. Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 27(2), 2156-2162
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  “Love what you do and Do what you love” I have received my  Ph.D. from the Department of HSS, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur. Prior to my Ph.D., I also have degrees in M.Phil. in Economics (2007) and MA in Economics (2005), both from Ravenshaw University, Odisha.  During my teaching and research career, I […]