12 Students from Dept. of Education, 10 from Economics, 5 from Psychology, 6 from Political Science of CUSB qualified for UGC JRF / NET - June 2019

The Central University of South Bihar (CUSB) crossed the magical mark of 50 in the recently announced UGC – NET Results. Over 50 students enrolled in various courses of the University at Postgraduate (PG) and PhD programmes levels have qualified for JRF (Junior Research Fellowship) and NET (National Eligibility Test) conducted in June 2019

From Dept. of Teacher Education, a total of twelve (12) students of M.Ed. Programme have qualified that include 2 JRF – NET namely Beauty Kumari and Prasoon Kumar, and eight NET qualifying students namely, Anupma Singh, Mili Singh, FirdausTabassum, Pankaj Sarkar, Md. Shamsher, Kumari Chandani, Osin and Rashmi Ranjan Das.

Ten students from Economics department have also cracked the prestigious test, the list of NET from the department is featuring the names, Alok Aditya, Anuradha, Deepak Kumar Singh, Ganesh Kumar, Preetam Kumar, Vinay Kumar, Kishlay Kirti, Ashi Root Stuart, Abhishek Kumar Chaubey and Prince Kumar.

From Psychology department Adnaan Ahmad has cleared JRF, while Rabiya Fatima, Monika Srivastava, Peeyush Anand and Smriti Rani have qualified for NET.

Six students from Political Science have also qualified for UGC – NET who are Jackie Kumar, Arham Abdaal, Akhilesh Kr. Singh, Anupam Ravi, Ravi Kumar and Ravi Ranjan.

 

 CUSB Vice-Chancellor Prof. H.C.S. Rathore has conveyed his best wishes for the selected students and faculty members as well. The faculty members of the department have congratulated to the selected students and wished them for a bright future. Meanwhile, the successful students have expressed their gratitude to their faculty members for the guidance.

 

 

10 Students from Dept. of English, 12 from EVS, 5 from Law qualify for UGC JRF / NET - June 2019

 

Score of students enrolled in various courses of Central University of South Bihar (CUSB) at Postgraduate (PG) and PhD programmes levels have qualified for JRF (Junior Research Fellowship) and NET (National Eligibility Test). The national level test was conducted by the UGC in the month of June 2019. 

From the department of English, 10 students have cracked the test, Dheeraj Kumar has qualified for JRF, while Abhinav Kumar, Divya M, Suman Jyoti, Suman Kumari, Mukesh Paswan, Aparna Kumari, Aditi Kumari, Deevita Dipti and Rammohan Jha have qualified for NET.

More than 12 students have qualified for NET from Department of Environmental Science including Baaserah Barqueaab, Naziya Tarannum, Prakash Dubey, Shobhna Shankar, Vikram Raj, Tapan Kumar Mohanta, Akshay Singhal, Shashank Shekhar, Deepak Kumar Thakur, Varsha Goswami, Utpal Nayan, Gautam Kumar, Khusbu Gupta and Bhawna.

 

 

 

 At least five students from the department of law (LLM) has succeeded in NET which includes Atul Ratna, Dheeraj Kumar, Meeraj Ahmed, Prabhat Kumar Chawdhary and Sumit Kumar Mishra.

The successful students have been congratulated and given best wishes by the faculty members of respective departments.

 

 

Dr. Samapika Mohapatra & Dr. Chandra Prabha Pandey get ICSSR Projects

 

Two professors of Central University of South Bihar (CUSB) bagged the two major research projects under IMPRESS Scheme of the government of India. The projects have been awarded to Dr. Samapika Mohapatra (Head, Dept. of Development Studies) and Dr. Chandra Prabha Pandey (Asst. Prof. Dept. of Education). Dr. Mohapatra would work on the sanctioned  project , titled  “ Effects of  ‘Sharab Bandi’ (Alcohol prohibition) on Women’s Socio- Economic Conditions  in Rural Bihar ” and  Dr.Pandey would work on the Project , titled  “Education for Citizenship: An Analysis of Policy and its Implications”.

 

The IMPRESS ( Impactful Policy Research in Social Science) is an initiative of the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India and is being implemented by the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR). This schemes aims to encourage social science research in policy relevant areas, so as to provide vital inputs in policy-formulation, implementation and evaluation. 

Under the first call of IMPRESS Scheme, the Steering Committee has   approved  her proposal along with Dr. Pandey’s proposal in the identified  research domain of “Governance, Innovation and Public Policies” and “ Science and Education” respectively. 

 

 

 

 

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