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CURRICULUM VITAE

Dr. Pintu Kumar Maji
Post-Doctoral Fellow, ICSSR, New Delhi, India
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of Education, Sarsuna College (Affiliated to University of Calcutta)
4/HB/A, Ho-Chi-Minh Sarani, Sarsuna Upanagari, Kolkata – 700 061, West Bengal, India
Guest Faculty
Department of Education, Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata-700 050
E-mail: pkm.edu@rediffmail.com
Phone: +91 9836622451(M), +91 033-2452-3699/4104 (Office)
Fax: 033-2473-7365
Website: http://orcid.org/0000-0003-2041-2603, http://www.hindawi.com/50378302/ www.sarsunacollege.ac.in =======================================================================
PERSONAL DETAILS
Date and Place of Birth : 4th March, 1980
Kuldanga, Panchla, Howrah, West Bengal-711302, India
Nationality
: Indian
Cast
: General
Permanent address
: Vill. & P.O.-Kuldanga, Via-Andul, Mouri, P.S.-Panchla,
Dist.-Howrah, Pin-711302, West Bengal, India
Corresponding Address : Dr. Pintu Kumar Maji, C/O- Sri Lakshmi Kanta Maji,
Vill &P.O.-Kuldanga, Via-Andul, Mouri, P.S.-Panchla,
Dist.-Howrah, Pin-711302, West Bengal, India
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION
2013
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D.). Major: Education. Title: “A Study of the
Locus of Control, Ecological Value and Environment Related Behaviour amongst Visually Impaired Students in West Bengal”. Area: Environmental
Education and Special Education. Department of Education, University of
Calcutta, West Bengal, India
2007

Master of Philosophy (M. Phil.). Major: Education. Title: “A Comparative
Study of Environmental Awareness and related Behaviour amongst the
Normally Sighted and Visually Impaired Students of the Upper Primary and
Secondary Stages of Education in West Bengal”., Area: Environmental
Education and Special Education. Department of Education, University of
Calcutta, West Bengal, India

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2006

2004

Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.). Specialization in Measurement and
Evaluation in Education; method papers in Education & Work education,
University of Calcutta, West Bengal, India
Master of Arts (M.A.). Major: Education, specialization in Evaluation in
Education and Educational Technology. University of Calcutta, West Bengal,
India

2002

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.). Major: Education, University of Calcutta, West
Bengal, India

1999

Higher Secondary Education. Major: Beng, Eng, Chem., Phy, Math & Bios.
West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education, West Bengal, India

1997

Secondary Education. Major: Beng, Eng, Math, P. Sc, L. Sc, His, Geo, &
Bios. West Bengal Board of Secondary Education, West Bengal, India

AWARDS FOR WHICH SELECTED
Post Doctoral Fellowship (P.D.F.) for General Candidates in 2016 administered by Council of Social Science Research (I.C.S.S.R.), New Delhi and funded by Ministry of Human
Resource Development, Govt. of India
TEACHING, RESEARCH AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE
(a) Teaching Experience: Total 10 years (approx)
2010- till date
Assistant Professor in Education, Sarsuna College under University of
Calcutta, Kolkata, West Bengal, India
2014- till date
Guest Faculty, Department of Education, Rabindra Bharati University,
Kolkata-700 050
2008-2010
Assistant Teacher in Education, Baluhati High School, Howrah, West
Bengal, India
2008-2009
Guest Lecturer, Gangadharpur Shikshan Mandir, Howrah, West Bengal,
India
2007-2009
Part-time Lecturer in Education, Department of Education, Dinabandhu
Institution, Howrah, West Bengal, India
2006-2008
Contractual Full time Lecturer in Education, Department of Education,
Narashinha Dutta College, Howrah, West Bengal, India
(b) Research Experience: Total 11 years (approx)
2014-Till date
Principle Investigator, Research focused on the „Measuring 3„R‟s
(Reuse, Reduce and Recycle) Practices for Sustainable Lifestyle in the context of Environmental Education of college students, UGC (University
Grants Commission) Minor Research Project, New Delhi and funded by
Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India
2011-2013

Co-Principle Investigator, Research focused on the „Inclusive Growth in
West Bengal with Special Reference to Howrah District‟, UGC
(University Grants Commission) Minor Research Project, New Delhi and funded by Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India

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2008 - 2013

Project Assistant, Research focused on the “A study to assess the impact of environment related activity programmes on the students’ environmental awareness and action skills in secondary schools with special reference to the Sundarban areas”, UPE Project, University of
Calcutta, Kolkata, West Bengal, India

2007 - 2008

Project Fellow, Research focused on the “A study to assess the impact of environment related activity programmes on the students’ environmental awareness and action skills in secondary schools with special reference to the Sundarban areas”, UPE Project, University of Calcutta, Kolkata,
West Bengal, India

Have practical knowledge of handling quantitative and qualitative data, survey research, literature reviews, writing projects for grants, papers for publication independently, working knowledge of Statistical packages like SPSS, Minitab, Amos etc.
(c) Administrative Experience
2013- till date
2012-2014
2009-2010
2007-2009

Programme officer (N.S.S.), Sarsuna College Affiliated to University of
Calcutta), Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Head, Department of Education, Sarsuna College Affiliated to University of Calcutta), Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Programme officer (N.S.S.), Baluhati High School, Howrah, West
Bengal, India
Acting Head, Department of Education (Morning Section), Shibpur
Dinabandhu Institution, Howrah, West Bengal, India

INTEREST RESEARCH AREA
 Environmental Education
 Special Education
 Educational Psychology
 Educational Guidance and Counseling
 Contemporary Social Issues
PUBLICATIONS
A. Journals
1. Maji, P.K., and Ali, R. (2015). Job Satisfaction and Occupational Stress: An
Empirical Study. Journal of Education (ISSN: 0972-7175). In Press
2.

Maji, P.K., and Sengupta, M. (2015). Assessing the Relationship between
Environmental Awareness and Action towards 3R‟s (Reduce, Reuse and
Recycle): A Case Study of Twelfth Grade Students. Indian Journal of
Educational Research, v4 (ISSN: 2277-3819). In Press

3.

Maji, P.K., and Ali, R. (2015). Facebook addiction among college students: the role of peer pressures. Barracpur In Press

4.

Maji, P.K. (2014). Environment Related Behaviour of the Students who are Visually
Impaired. Journal of Education and Human Development, American

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Research Institute for Policy Development, v3, n2, 793-808 [ISSN: 2334296X (Print) 2334-2978 (Online)].
5.

Maji, P.K. (2014). The Impact of Inclusion on Relationship among the Locus of
Control, Ecological Value and Environment Related Behaviour: A Path
Analysis. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Educational
Research, Volume 3, Issue 3(1), p273-287 (ISSN: 2277-7881; Impact
Factor: 2.735).

6.

Maji, P.K., and Sengupta, M. (2014). Gender Perspective in Inclusion regarding
Environmental Literacy. Education Research International, v 2014, Article
ID 390948, 9 pages

7.

Maji, P.K. Sengupta, M., and Ali, R. (2014). Environmental Attitudes and Behaviour towards 3 R‟s: A Case Study. Journal of Education, v XIV, n1.

8.

Sengupta, M., Maji, P.K., and Sengupta, D. (2014). Ecological Citizenship Behaviour
(ECB) in the Context of Domestic Waste Management: A Case Study on
Sustainability in Kolkata Municipal Corporation. Indian Journal of
Educational Research, v3 (ISSN: 2277-3819).

9.

Sengupta, M., and Maji, P.K. (2014). Effect of Inclusion on Students with Visual
Impairment in the Context of Environmental Literacy. ANWESA, A
Journal of Education, v9 (ISSN: 0973-5895).

10. Sengupta, M., and Maji, P.K. (2014).Teacher Leadership and Professional Learnins
Communities. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Educational
Research, Volume 3, Issue 6(3), p220-235 (ISSN: 2277-7881; Impact
Factor: 2.735).
11. Maji, P.K., and Ali, R. (2014). Locus of Control, Environmental Attitude and
Environmental Action amongst School Students, MAGIS’ – Xaverian
Journal of Education, v3, p 67-76 (ISSN: 2319-3239).
12. Maji, P.K., and Ali, R. (2013). Linking Job Satisfaction and Stress: An Empirical
Study on the Perception of Para-Teachers, Educational Quest- An
International Journal of Education and Applied Social Sciences, v4,n3 p193-197 [ISSN: 0976-7258 (Print) 2230-7311 (Online)].
13. Maji, P.K. (2013). The Predictive Model for Environment Related Behaviour
Regarding Locus of Control and Ecological Value. Golden Research
Thought, International Recognition Multidisciplinary Research Journal, v6, issue 3, p1-6 (Impact Factor: 1.2018, ISSN: 2231-5063).
14. Sengupta, M., Pal, S., and Maji, P.K. (2013).The Relation among Environmental
Action, Self Efficacy and Self Determined Motivation of Trainee Teacher:
A Structural Equation Modeling Approach. Indian Journal of Educational
Research, v2 (ISSN: 2277-3819).

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15. Sengupta, M., and Maji, P.K. (2013). Using of Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) in Educational Research. ANWESA, A Journal of Education, v8 (ISSN:
0973-5895).
16. Sengupta, M., and Maji, P.K. (2013). Perception of the Students with Visual
Impairment Regarding Environmentalism: A Case Study. Research
Journal of Educational Science, v1 (6), p18-22 (ISSN: 2321-0508).
17. Maji, P.K., and Sengupta, M., and Banerjee, D. (2013).The Effect of Inclusion on the
Locus of Control and Environment Related Behaviour of the Students with
Visual Impairment. International Research Journal Persons with Special
Needs and Rehabilitation Management, v3, p74-84 (ISSN: 2321-9254).
18. Maji, P.K., and Ali, R. (2012). Ecological Behaviour amongst B. Ed. College
Students under University of Calcutta, Journal of Educational Research, v3, p25-34 (ISSN: 2249-6130).
19. Sengupta, M., and Maji, P.K. (2012). Locus of Control and Pro-Environmental
Behaviour amongst College Students with Visual Impairment. Evolving
Horizons, v1, p231-240 (ISSN: 2319-6521).
20. Sengupta, M., Banerjee, D., and Maji, P.K. (2012). Ecological Values amongst
College Students with Visual Impairment. ANWESA, A Journal of
Education, v 7, p 1-13 (ISSN: 0973-5895).
21. Sengupta, M., Banerjee, D., and Maji, P.K. (2012). Environment Related Behaviour of Students with Visual Impairment: An Exploratory Factor Analysis.
Indian Journal of Educational Research, v1, p 65-81(ISSN: 2277-3819).
22. Mukherjee, M., and Maji, P.K. (2011). The effect of academic achievement on ecological value amongst student with visual impairment. Sikshnachintan,
A Journal of Education, v 5, p 209-217(ISSN: 0973-5461).
23. Sengupta, M., and Maji, P.K. (2011). Ecological value and pro-environmental behaviour amongst secondary school students living in the Sundarbans.
ANWESA, A Journal of Education, v 6, p 8-21 (ISSN: 0973-5895).
24. Sengupta, M., Maji, P.K., and Saha, R. (2010). An Exploratory Factor Analysis of the
Organisational Citizenship Behaviour Scale. Journal of Education and
Culture, v 2, p 7-15 (ISSN: 2229-4287).
25. Sengupta, M., Banerjee, D., and Maji, P.K. (2010). Environmental awareness, ecological value and pro-environmental behaviour amongst post graduate students of Calcutta University. Journal of Education, v XIII, n1, p34-43
(ISSN: 0972-7175).
26. Sengupta, M., Banerjee, D., and Maji, P.K. (2010). Environmental awareness and
Action amongst visually impaired students. Indian Journal of Special
Education, v 1, n 1, p 54-66 (ISSN: 2229-3612).

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27. Sengupta, M., Banerjee, D., and Maji, P.K. (2010). Environmental attitude, ecological value and pro-environmental behaviour amongst secondary school students with visual impairment. Educatum, Journal of Education and
Behavioural Science, v 4, n 1, p 8-16 (ISSN: 0975-2641).
28. Sengupta, M., Das, J., and Maji, P.K. (2010). Environmental awareness and related behaviour of twelfth grade students in Kolkata: effect of stream and gender. ANWESA, A Journal of Education, v 5, p1-8 (ISSN: 0973-5895).
29. Sengupta, M., Banerjee, D., and Maji, P.K. (2009). Effect of sight and gender on environmental awareness and pro-environmental behaviour amongst school students. Journal of All India Association for Educational
Research, v 21, n 1, p60-63 (ISSN: 0970-9327).
30. Sengupta, M., Banerjee, D., and Maji, P.K. (2009). A comparative environmental awareness and related behaviour amongst the sighted and visually impaired students of the upper primary education in Kolkata. ANWESA, A Journal of Education, v
(ISSN: 0973-5895).

study of normally stages of
4, p1-13

31. Banerjee, D., Maji, P.K., and Das, P. (2008). Globalization and the challenges of higher education: an opinion survey in West Bengal. ANWESA, A Journal of Education, v3, p41-46 (ISSN: 0973-5895).
B. Book
1.

Sengupta, M., Maiti, N.C., Chel, M.M., and Maji, P.K. (2013). Environment Related
Activity Programmes in Secondary Schools of West Bengal with Special
Reference to the Sundarban Areas. Indore: International E – Publication
(ISBN: 978-93-83520-00-8).

2.

Maji, P.K. (2015). Locus of Control, Ecological Value and Environment Related
Behaviour. Germani: Scholars‟ Press (ISBN: 978-3-639-85999-7).

3.

Sengupta, M., Mitra, C., and Maji, P.K. (2013). Environment Related Activity
Programmes in Secondary Schools of West Bengal with Special Reference to the Sundarban Areas. Kolkata: Rita Publication (ISBN: 978-93-8352000-8).

4.

Maji, P.K. (2016). Environmental Awareness and action. Germani: Scholars‟ Press
(ISBN: 978-3-639-86461-8).

C. Publications in the Proceedings of the Conferences/ Seminars
1.

Sengupta, M., and Maji, P.K. (2014). “Implications and Evaluation for
Universalisation of Secondary Education in the in the Context of Rastriya
Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan: A Case Study in West bengal”, Proceedings of the International Conference on Education as a Right Across the Levels:
Challenges, Opportunities and Strategies at Faculty of Education Jamia

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Milia Islamia, New Delhi, Organized by Faculty of Education Jamia Milia
Islamia in Collaboration with UNESCO, New Delhi (ISBN: 978-81-3092742-8).
2.

Maji, P.K., and Ali, R. (2013). “Ecological Values amongst B.Ed. Students Studying in University of Calcutta”, Proceedings of the International Conference on
Education for Achieving Millennium Development Goals at Department of
Education, Banaras Hindu University, organized by Alumni Association of Education, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India (ISBN : 97881-909935-6-2)

3.

Sengupta, D., Biswas, R., and Maji, P.K. (2013). “Challenges of Rehabilitation of
Person with Visual Impairment in West Bengal: A Case Study ”,
Proceedings of the UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Counselling and
Rehabilitation: Reaching the Unreached at Anita Banerjee Memorial Hall,
Gr. Floor, UG Arts Building, Gate No.4, Jadavpur University, organized by organized by Special Education & HEPSN Cell, Jadavpur University
,West Bengal, India (ISBN : 978-81-927525-2-5).

4.

Maji, P.K., Ali, R., and Sengupta, M. (2013). “Relationship between Attitude and
Behaviour towards 3 R’s (Reduce, Reuse and Recycle) For Sustainability:
A Case Study ”, Proceedings of the International Conference on
Environment and its Impact on the Society at Vidya Mandir Auditorium,
J.D. Birla Institute , Organized by Department of Science, Commerce and
Management J.D. Birla Institute, West Bengal, India (ISBN : 978-835126-892-5).

5.

Sengupta, M., Banerjee, D., and Maji, P.K. (2012). “Predicting Inclusive Policy
Support in the Context of Environmentalism: Perception of the Students with Visual Impairment”, Proceedings of the International Conference on
Public Policy and Governance 4th to 6th September, 2012 at J. N. Tata
Auditorium, organized by Department of management Studies, Indian
Institute Science and Public Affairs Center, Bangalore, India (ISBN 97893-82062-54-).

6.

Mukherjee, M., Sengupta, M., and Maji, P.K. (2011). “Construction of an
Achievement Test Measuring Academic Performance in Environmental
Knowledge”, Proceedings of the International seminar on science,
Technology & mathematics education, 7 pisteme-4, HBCSE, TIFR,
Bombay, India (ISBN 023-033-229-3).

PRESENTATION IN NATIONAL/ INTERNATIONAL FORUMS
March, 2016

March, 2016

Presented a paper on, “Students‟ Perception Regarding Environmentalism:
A Qualitative Research Approach”, in the ICSSR Sponsored National
Seminar on Challenges in Education Organized by Budge Budge College,
Department of Education, Kolkata, India, on 30th and 31st March.
Presented a paper on, “Pedagogy of Teacher Education: Challenges for
Inclusion”, in the International Seminar on Exploring Horizons in Teacher
Education Organized by Kamala Devi Sohan Raj Singhvi Jain College of

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Education in Collaboration with The West Bengal University of Teachers‟
Training, Education Planning and Administration, at Kamala Devi Sohan
Raj Singhvi Jain College of Education, Kolkata, India, on 4th and 5th
March.
March, 2016

Presented a paper on, “Professional Growth: Contemporary Issues in
Teachers Education”, in the International Seminar on Exploring Horizons in Teacher Education Organized by Kamala Devi Sohan Raj Singhvi Jain
College of Education in Collaboration with The West Bengal University of
Teachers‟ Training, Education Planning and Administration, at Kamala
Devi Sohan Raj Singhvi Jain College of Education, Kolkata, India, on 4 th and 5th March.

Feb, 2016

Presented a paper on , “The Role of FM Radio in Livelihood Improvement:
Knowledge is Power”, in the one day International Seminar on
“Knowledge is Power: Inclusiveness and Human Development” organized by Pailan College of Education, Kolkata, India at Hotel Hindustan
International, Kolkata, on 26th February, 2016.

Feb, 2016

Presented a paper on, “Environmental Literacy: A Study among Teaching
Community of South Bengal”, in the 23rd West Bengal State Science &
Technology, Organizers Presidency University and Department of Science
& Technology, Govt. of West Bengal at Presidency University, Kolkata, on 27-28 February, 2016.

Nov, 2015

Presented a paper on , “Habitual Response in Lifestyle for Sustainable
Development”, in the UGC-CPE sponsored two day National Seminar on
“Environment, Ethics & Evaluation” organized by Bijoy Krishna Girls
College, Howrah Under UGC-CPE Consortium on Environment, Howrah
– 711202, West Bengal, India; on 23rd and 24th November, 2015.

Aug, 2015

Presented a paper on , “Enhancing Quality in Educational Management:
Managerial Practices by Applying Ideas and Thoughts of Swami
Vivekananda”, in the UGC-sponsored one day International Seminar on
Enhancing Quality in Higher Education” organized by Department of
Education, University of Calcutta and Ramakrishna Mission Shikshan
Mandira, Belur Math, Howrah – 711202, West Bengal, India; on 19th
August, 2015.

March, 2015

Presented a paper on, “Facebook Addiction and Peer Pressures among
Adolescents”, in the National Seminar on Educational Research and its
Future Perspectives Organized by Faculty of Education David Hare
Training College,Kolkata, India, on 27th and 28th March.

March, 2014

Presented a paper on, “Implications and Evaluation for Universalisation of
Secondary Education in the in the Context of Rastriya Madhyamik Shiksha
Abhiyan: A Case Study in West Bengal”, in the International Conference on Education as a Right Across the Levels: Challenges, Opportunities and
Strategies Organized by Faculty of Education Jamia Milia Islamia in

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Collaboration with UNESCO, at Faculty of Education Jamia Milia Islamia,
New Delhi, India, on 10th and 11th March.
March,2014

Presented a paper on, “Parental Perception Regarding Rehabilitation of
People with Visual Impaired: A Case Study ”, in the UGC Sponsored
International Seminar on Education People with Special Needs organized by
Special Education & HEPSN Cell, Jadavpur University at Triguna Sen
Auditorium, Jadavpur University on 4th, 5th and 6th March.

March,2014

Presented a paper on , “Environmental Education and Sustainable Lifestyle:
Environmental Awareness to Behaviour”, in the UGC Sponsored National
Seminar on Environmental History of India organized by Naba Ballygunge
Mahavidyalaya, Kolkata , at Naba Ballygunge Mahavidyalaya, on
18th March.

Feb, 2014

Presented a paper on , “Enhancing and Enriching the Managerial Practices by Applying Swami Vivekananda‟s Ideas and Thought Today”, in the
UGC-sponsored Two-day International Seminar on Swami Vivekananda's
Ideas and Our Times: A Retrospect on His 150th Birth Anniversary organized by Ramakrishna Mission Vidyamandira, Belur Math, Howrah –
711202, West Bengal, India; on 21st and 22nd February, 2014.

Jan, 2014

Presented a paper on , “Swami Vivekananda Concept of CharacterBuilding Education: Role & Responsibility of School Teachers”, in the
UGC-sponsored Two-day National Level Seminar on Swami
Vivekananda's Thoughts on Education: Dimensions and Modern Day
Relevance organized by Department of Education, Susil Kar College,
Champahati, 24 Pgs (S), West Bengal, India, on 10th and 11th January.

Dec, 2013

Presented a paper on, “Gender Perspective in Inclusion regarding
Environmental Literacy”, in the International Conference on Education,
Diversity and Democracy organized by Comparative Education Society of
India, at The Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Kolkata Campus, India.

Nov, 2013

Presented a paper on, “Ecological Values amongst B.Ed. Students Studying in University of Calcutta”, in the International Conference on Education for
Achieving Millennium Development Goals organized by Alumni Association of Education, Banaras Hindu University, at Department of Education, BHU,
Varanasi, India.

Nov, 2013

Presented a paper on, “Effect of Inclusion on Students with Visual
Impairment in the Context of Environmental Literacy”, in the UGC
Sponsored National Seminar on Inclusive Education: Problems & Practices in Present Educational System organized by Ramakrishna Mission
Brahmananda College of Education, Rahara, Kolkata-700118, West Bengal,
India.

Aug, 2013

Presented a paper on, “Challenges of Rehabilitation of Person with Visual
Impairment in West Bengal: A Case Study”, in the UGC Sponsored
National Seminar on Counselling and Rehabilitation: Reaching the

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Unreached organized by organized by Special Education & HEPSN Cell,
Jadavpur University , at Anita Banerjee Memorial Hall, Gr. Floor, UG Arts
Building, Gate No.4 , Jadavpur University, West Bengal, India.
Aug, 2013

Aug, 2013

Presented a paper on, “Relationship between Attitude and Behaviour towards 3 R‟s (Reduce, Reuse and Recycle) For Sustainability: A Case
Study ”, in the International Conference on Environment and its Impact on the Society organized by Department of Science, Commerce and
Management J.D. Birla Institute at Vidya Mandir Auditorium, West Bengal,
India.
Presented a paper on, “Linking Job Satisfaction and Stress: An Empirical
Study on the Perception of Part- Time College Teachers in Kolkata”, in the
National Seminar on Stress & Coping: Human Well-Being Organized by
Department of Philosophy and Education, Maheshtala College, Kol-141, at
H. L. Roy Auditorium, Jadavpur University, West Bengal, India.

Sept, 2012

Presented a paper on, “Predicting Inclusive Policy Support in the Context of
Environmentalism: Perception of the Students with Visual Impairment”, in the International Conference on Public Policy and Governance organized by Department of management Studies, Indian Institute Science and Public
Affairs Center at J. N. Tata Auditorium, Bangalore, India.

April, 2012

Presented a paper on, “Social Reformer of India: Swami Vivekananda”, in the International Seminar on Thought and Idea of Swami Vivekananda on
Education organized by Department of Education, University of Kalyani,
West Bengal-741235, India.

April, 2012

Presented a paper on, “Vivekananda: Narishiksha Bortoman Praongita”, in the National Seminar on Teaching and Ideas of Swami Vivekananda organized by Department of Education, Vivekananda College for Women,
West Bengal-700008, India.

Feb, 2008

Presented a paper on, “A study to See the effect of Sex and Medium of
Instruction on Secondary School Students of Kolkata towards Inclusive education, Social Change and Community”, in the National Seminar on
Achieving Equality in Education with Reference to children with Special
Needs (CWSEN) organized by Department of Education, Beneras Hindu
University, Varanasi, U.P. India on .

Nov, 2007

Presented a paper on, “Globalisation and Challenge of Higher Education: An
Opinion Survey in West Bengal”, in the National Seminar on Higher
Education: Retrospect and Prospect organized by Department of Education,
Beneras Hindu University, Varanasi, U.P. India on
.

Participated in many International, National and Regional Seminars and Conferences
REFRESHER COURSES / ORIENTATION COURSES/ WORKSHOPS/ OTHERS
COURSES

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Sep, 2015

Participate in one day Training Programme on Anti-Plagiarism Software
"URKUND”, jointly organized by Rabindra Bharati University and
INFLIBNET Center in collaboration with URKUND, Sweden at Kabi Janani
Sharada Kakshya, E. B. Campus, Rabindra Bharati University, 56A, B.T.
Road, Kolkata – 700109.

Jan, 2014

Participate in 5-days Feminist Research Methodology course organized by organized by women‟s Studies Research Centre, University of Calcutta 27th
January- 31st January 2014, Kolkata, India.

Dec, 2013

Participated in NSS Orientation Course (Sponsored by Dept. of Youth
Affairs and Sports, Govt. of India), organized by Training Orientation and
Research Centre (TORC), Ramkrishna Mission Ashrama, Narendrapur 15th
December- 21st December 2013, Kolkata, India.

Sep, 2013

Participated in Orientation Course, organized by Department of Education and Academic Staff College (ASC), University of Calcutta, 02nd September30th September 2013, Kolkata, India.

Dec, 2012

Participated in Refresher course on „Research in Education: A Multifaceted
Entity‟, organized by Department of Education and Academic Staff College
(ASC), University of Calcutta, 23th Nov- 14th December 2012, Kolkata,
India.

Dec, 2011

Participated in workshop on „Initiation of Practical and Comparative
Education: A review of Paper VIII‟ at Rani Birla Girls College, organized by undergraduate Board of Studies Calcutta University, Kolkata, West Bengal,
India.

Nov, 2010

Participated in workshop on „Generating Questions for the New Syllabus in
Education (Hons & General)‟ at Muralidhar Girls College, organized by undergraduate Board of Studies Calcutta University, Kolkata, West Bengal,
India.

Nov, 2008

Participated in workshop on „Questionnaire Development for Psychological and Educational Research‟ at Indian Institute of Psychometry, Kolkata,
West Bengal, India.

June, 2008

Participated in workshop on „The New Syllabus (1+1+1) in Education
Honours, New Regulation‟ at Rani Birla Girls College, organized by undergraduate Board of Studies Calcutta University, Kolkata, West Bengal,
India.

March, 2008

Participated in workshop on „Teaching Environmental Education through
School Curriculum (IX-X): A Sustainable Approach‟ at College of Teacher
Education, Govt. Training College, Hooghly, West Bengal, India.

Feb, 2008

Participated in workshop on „Achieving Equality in Education with
Reference to children with Special Needs (CWSEN)‟ held at Department of
Education, Beneras Hindu University, Varanasi, U. P., India.

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MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL/ACADEMIC BODIES & THE POSITION
HELD
Membership of Editorial Board
 International Journal of Academic Research in Education and Review , http://www.academicresearchjournals.org/IJARER/Editors.htm  International Journal of Humanities & Social Science Studies (IJHSSS) , http://www.ijhsss.com/index.html  International Journal of Research in Education Methodology http://ijrem.com/index.php/editorial-team/  International Journal In Management & Social Science http://www.ijmr.net.in/educational-board.php  Palgo Journal of Education Research (PJER) http://www.palgojournals.org/PJER/Editors.htm  International Journal of Recent Research Aspects http://www.ijrra.com/Board.php  International
Journal
of
Advanced
Research in Education, http://www.iaster.com/journaldetail.php?Name=IJARE  IJPSRA http://sfpd.in/Board.php  International Journal of Research & Development Organisation (IJRDO) http://www.ijrdo.org/board.php  International Journal of Modern Education Research http://www.aascit.org/journal/editorial?journalId=910  International Open Journal of Educational Research http://acascipub.com/International%20Open%20Journal%20of%20Educational%20R esearch/Editorial%20Board.php
 International Journal Of Scientific Research And Education http://ijsae.in/index.php/editorial-board/editorial-board-member  Indian Journal of Behavioural Change, Department of Education, Sarsuna College

Membership of Reviewer Board
 Editorial
Review
Board on Humanities and Social
Sciences , http://www.waset.org/Committees/humanities-and-social-sciences  International Journal of Informative and Futuristic Research http://www.ijifr.com/editorialboard.aspx  Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Science and Education Publishing http://www.sciepub.com/journal/RPBS/EditorialBoard  Editorial Board Member, International Journal of Advanced Research in Education, http://www.iaster.com/journaldetail.php?Name=IJARE  Research in Psychology and Behavioral
Sciences,
http://tjant.hku.edu.tr/journal/RPBS/editors
Membership of Learned Societies
 Board of Studies Member, Department of Education, UG, University of Gour Banga,
Mokdumpur, Malda – 732 103, West Bengal.

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Member, International Scientific Committee http://www.waset.org/Committees/humanities-and-social-sciences Life Member, All India Association for Educational Research (AIAER)
Life Member, The Indian Science Congress Association (ISCA)

References
 Prof. Mita Banerjee,Vice-Chancellor,West Bengal University of Teachers‟ Training,
Education Planning and Administration,25/2, 25/3, Bullyguange Circular road,
Kolkata-700019, West Bengal, India, M-09830120890, Email-wbuttepa@gmail.com


Prof Madhumala Sengupta, Department of Education, University of Calcutta, West
Bengal, India, M-0983245111, Email-dr.msengupta@gmail.com

Additional Information
Philosophy: “Be just (The one, who pursues justice), give best (in being just) and forget rest
(other things)”.
Values: “Justice must prevail; broadly in sense & universally in presence”. Core Values includes Justice for salvation, Wisdom for long-haul success, Truth as best input for all kind of production, Character for retaining chastity, Sympathy (only for those who deserves) to attain humanity.
Vision: “To become pre-dominant constituent of Indian Academia”.
Mission: “To serve the society by means of providing training to human resource and to complete related tasks, conducting world class research and disseminate with high impact the same, providing industrial consultancy and becoming part of educational administration”.
Business: To achieve academic excellence.
DECLARATION
I certify that the information/facts stated above are true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.
West Bengal, India
Dated: March, 2016

Curriculum Vitae: Dr. Pintu Kumar Maji, Asst. Prof in Education

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(Dr. Pintu Kumar Maji)

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