Area of Specialization: Modern Indian History

Area of Research: Traditional medicine and popular response in modern Bengal (under the supervision of Dr. Chittabrata palit, Dept. of History, Jadavpur University. Ph.D. degree awarded on 1999)

Current area of interest: History of Medicine/ Medical Tourism

Publications:

Books:

Sole Authorship

i)                   Unish shitaker Banglay sanatani chikitsa byabasthar swarup. Progressive Publishers. Kolkata. 1997

ii)                Source materials relating to the recent history of Indian traditional medicine. In edited volume Sceince, Technology, Medicine and Environment in India. 1998. Bibhasa. Kolkata

iii)              Kaviraji chikitsa oupanibeshik Banglay kaviraj o tar janapriyata.    In      Bharater itihase Vijnan o prajukti. 1997. Kolkata

iv)              Medicine and popular response. In edited volume The changing face of folk culture. 2009. Kolkata

v)                Travails of traditional medicine. In edited volume History of medicine in India. Kalpaz Publication. 2005, Delhi

vi)              Adhunik banglay hature chikitsa. Itihas Anusandhan. V. 15.1995

vii)           Drug imperialism in modern Bengal. Corpus Research Institute. Kolkata. 2011

viii)         Travails of traditional medicine. Progressive Publishers. Kolkata. 2012

ix)              Bharater itihase bigyan o prajukti. Bangiya Bigyan Parishad. Kolkata. 1997

x)                Tantrik medicine and popular response. In The changing faces of folk medical culture. Institute of Historical Culture. Kolkata. 2009

 

Joint Authorship

i)                   Mahendralal Sircar and national science. Ratna Prakashan. Kolkata.2001

ii)                Satis Chandra Mukherjee and Dawn Society. Reader Service. Kolkata.2002

iii)              National Council of Education and National Science. Reader Service. Kolkata.2005

 

Journal papers:

i)                   The Ayurveda-Allopathy controversy in the colonial context. Quarterly Review of Historical Studies. V.38, No. 3&4. Oct. 1998-Mar. 1999

ii)                Renaissance of Ayurveda in Colonial Bengal. FOCUS.  V.2.2001

iii)              Folk medicine and popular response in modern Bengal. Quarterly Review.

iv)              Homeopathic medicine and popular response in modern Bengal. FOCUS.V.5.2012

 Other Information:

i)                   Coordinator of UGC funded Career & Counseling Cell of the college.

ii)                Member, Executive Council, Corpus Research Institute, Kolkata

 

1.     Name: Prof. Srijit Kumar Mondal (Asst. Professor)

Qualification: M.A., B.Ed.

E-mail ID: srijitkumarmandal@gmail.com

Area of Specialization: 18th Century history

Area of Research: Pursuing research work on “Sundarban: prakritik sampader utsa sandhan” under the supervision of Dr. Subid Chattopadhyay, University of Calcutta (AIHC)

Other Information:

i)                   Coordinator of UGC funded Career Oriented Course on Travel & Tourism Management

ii)                VU Nominee in Governing Body of Pingla Thana Mahavidyalaya

 

2.     Name: Prof. Ranjit Kumar Maiti (Part Time Teacher)

Qualification: M.A., B.Ed.

 

3.     Name: Prof. Sukla Chaudhury (Part Time Teacher)

Qualification: M.A., B.Ed., MLISc

 

4.     Name: Prof. Mithu Rani Dikshit (Part Time Teacher)

Qualification: M.A., B.Ed.

 

5.     Name: Prof. Sonali Maiti

Qualification: M.A., B.Ed.