Faculty Member Details

  • Dr. D.A. Nagdeve
    Dr. D.A. Nagdeve
    Professor & Head
    dnagdeve@iipsindia.ac.in
    022-42372425 | 91-(0) 22-25563257

    Additional Information

  • 42nd East-West Center Summer Seminar on Population: Designing Fertility Analyses in the Context of Low Fertility (East-West Center) 2011.
  • Course on Planning and Management of Rural Health Care (Centre for Rural Infrastructure, National Institute of Rural Development) 2008.
  • Workshop on Population, Development and Poverty in South Asia (United Nations Emerging Social Issues Division (UNESCAP) and International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS) 2006.
  • Training program on Food and Nutrition Security (International Agricultural Centre, Wageningen) 2005.
  • Workshop on Communicating Environmental Research to Policymakers: Exploring Population, Health and Environment Linkages (Institute of Population and Social Research (IPSR) and Population Reference Bureau (PRB) 2002.
  • Junior Certificate Course in Basic Mathematics and Statistics (JCCS Module I) (Indian Statistical Institute) 2000.
  • Ph.D. (Population Studies) (International Institute for Population Sciences) 1999.
  • M.P.S. (International Institute for Population Sciences) 1994.
  • M.Sc. (Agriculture) (Punjabrao Krishi Vidyapeeth) 1991.
  • B.Sc. (Horticulture) (Punjabrao Krishi Vidyapeeth) 1989.
  • Fertility and Family Planning, Population, Development and Environment, Health and Evaluation of Intervention programmes.
  • Member of the Asia Population Association (APA) 2013.
  • Member of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP) 2011-13.
  • Life Member, Indian Association of Social Sciences in Health (IASSH) 2005.
  • Member of the Population Association of America (PAA) 2003.
  • Life Member, Indian Association for the Study of Population (IASP) 1997.
  • Life Member, Indian Academy of Social Sciences (ISSA) 1998.
  • Research Papers (including Workshop/Seminar etc.) --- 54 nos.
  • Guided Student : 39, Ph.D.
  • Technical and Data Reports --- 19 nos.
  • Invited Talks --- 5 nos.

·  D. A. Nagdeve, (2013), Fertility and Family Planning Behaviour of Women in Rural Maharashtra: A Case Study of Bhandara District. Journal of Empirical Research in Social Science, Volume 8, No. 1-2, 2013, (pp. 32-41), Society for Environment Protection and Human Resource Development, Guwahati.

·  D. A. Nagdeve, (2013), Fertility Trends and Differentials in West Bengal, India. Journal of Empirical Research in Social Science, Volume 8, No. 1-2, 2013, (pp.1-18), Society for Environment Protection and Human Resource Development, Guwahati.

·  D. A. Nagdeve, (2013), Population Growth and Land Use in Uttarakhand. In T. V. Sekher, Abhishek Singh and Sulabha Parasuraman edited book Population, Health and and Development Perspectives on Uttarakhand, Academic Foundation, New Delhi, pp. 479-501.

·  D. A. Nagdeve, (2013), Population, Poverty and Environment Dynamics in India. In Aparajita Chattopadhyay edited book Poverty and Social Exclusion in India, Rawat Publications, New Delhi, pp. 172-190.

·  D. A. Nagdeve, (2013), Fertility Decline and Child Sex Ratio in India. Journal of Empirical Research in Social Science, Volume 7, No. 1-2, 2012, (pp.7-15), Society for Environment Protection and Human Resource Development, Guwahati.

·  D. A. Nagdeve, (2012), Fertility and Family Planning Differentials among Caste Groups in Rajasthan. The Journal of Family Welfare, Vol. 58, No. 2, 2012, (pp. 40-50), Family Planning Association of India, Mumbai.

·  D. A. Nagdeve, (2012), Population, Poverty and Environment in India. In R. B. Bhagat edited book Population, Environment and Health, Rajat Publications, New Delhi, pp. 34-53.

·  D. A. Nagdeve, (2012), Urban Air Pollution and its Influence on Health in India. In R. B. Bhagat edited book Population, Environment and Health, Rajat Publications, New Delhi, pp. 217-229.

·  Namrata Mondal, Chander Shekhar and D. A. Nagdeve, (2011), Changing Role of Female Education on Fertility Decline in India. In Alok Ranjan edited book India 2011: Mortality, Health and Development, MLC Foundation ‘Shyam Institute’, Bhopal, pp. 223-242.

·  D. A. Nagdeve, (2010), Maternal and Child Health Care in the States of Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Uttarakhand in Journal of History and Social Sciences, Vol.1, No. 1, Department of Ancient History Culture and Anthropology, Faculty of Arts, University of Allahabad.

·  D. A. Nagdeve, (2010), Fertility and Family Planning Differentials in Madhya Pradesh. In Alok Ranjan edited book Family Welfare and Fertility in India, Shyam Institute Bhopal, pp: 57-75.

·  D. A. Nagdeve, (2010), Fertility and Family Planning Differentials among Social Groups in Madhya Pradesh. The Horizon, Vol.1, No. 1, 2010 (pp 1-17), The Universal Scholars Association, Nagpur.

·  D. A. Nagdeve, (2010), The Effect of an Irrigation Project on Agricultural Productivity in India. In K. A. Rasure edited book “Development of Agriculture in the Era of Climate Change”, Oxford Book Company, New York, pp 138-152.

·  D. A. Nagdeve, (2009), Population and Land Use: Concerns for Sustainable Development. In K. V. Sundaram; M. M. Jha and P. S. Tiwari edited book “Sustainable Development and Earthcare Searching for Policy Initiatives” Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi, pp 90-105.

·  D. A. Nagdeve, (2009), Urban Rural Differentials in Maternal and Child Health Care. Health and Population: Perspectives and Issues, Vol. 32, No. 1, 2009, (pp. 36-46), National Institute of Health and Family Welfare, New Delhi.

·  D. A. Nagdeve, (2008), Maternal Health Care in Jharkhand. The Journal of Family Welfare, Vol. 54, No. 2, 2008, (pp. 40-51), Family Planning Association of India, Mumbai.

·  Guha, M; Chattopadhyay A. & D. A. Nagdeve, (2008), “An Unfolding Health Catastrophe of West Bengal: A Case Study of Arsenic Morbidity”. In D. K. Adak; A. Chattopadhyay and Premanand Bharati edited book “People of Contemporary West Bengal” Mohit Publications, New Delhi.

·  Nagdeve, D. A., (2007), Impact of an Irrigation Project on Fertility and Contraceptive Behaviour in Rural Maharashtra, India. Asia Pacific Journal on Environment and Development, Vol. 14 No 2, 2007 pp. 1-22, published by Bangladesh Unnayan Parishad, Dhaka.

·  Nagdeve, D. A., (2007), Population Growth and Environmental Degradation in India. Asia Pacific Journal on Environment and Development, Vol. 14 No 1, 2007 pp. 41-63, published by Bangladesh Unnayan Parishad, Dhaka.

·  Nagdeve, D. A., (2007), “Human Impacts on the Environment in India”. In Kshemaling A. Rasure edited book “Environment and Sustainable Development” (Vol. III, pp. 596-610) published by Serials Publications, New Delhi.

·  Nagdeve, D. A. (2007), “Population-Agricultural Development-Environment Linkages in India” . In De A.K (Edited book) “Emerging Pollutants: Impact on Agriculture, Environment and Health” (pp.203-221), Allied Publishers, New Delhi.

·  Guha, M; Chattopadhyay A. & D. A. Nagdeve, (2006), “Environmental Health Catastrophe in Eastern India: A Case Study of Arsenic Morbidity in West Bengal”. The Internet Journal of Third World Medicine, Vol. 3, No.2.

·  Nagdeve, D. A., (2006), “Population and Forests in North-Eastern Region” In Sarkar R. M. (Edited book) “Land and Forest Rights of the Tribals Today” (pp.208-215), Serials Publications, New Delhi.

·  Nagdeve, D. A. (2004), Environmental Pollution and Control: A Case Study of Delhi Mega City. Population and Environment A journal of interdisciplinary studies, Volume 25 (5) May 2004, (pp. 461-473). Kluwer Academic/Human Sciences Press, 233 Spring Street, New York.

·  Nagdeve, D. A. (2004), “Impact of an Irrigation Project on Demographic Behaviour of Rural Maharashtra” . In Roy, T.K.; Guruswamy M. & Arokiasamy P. (Eds.), Population. Health and Development in India Changing Perspectives (pp. 323-353). Rajat Publications Jaipur and New Delhi.

·  Srivastava, H.C.; Ram F.; Paswan B. & Nagdeve, D. A. (2004), “Involvement of the Members of Panchayat Raj Institution in Health and Family Welfare Programs: A Case Study of Bharatpur and Udaipur districts of Rajasthan” . In Roy, T.K.; Guruswamy M. & Arokiasamy P. (Eds.), Population. Health and Development in India Changing Perspectives (pp. 354-375). Rajat Publications Jaipur and New Delhi.

·  Nagdeve, D. A. (2003), “Population and Land Use in Maharashtra” . Bhartiya Samajik Chintan, Vol. II, No. 3, pp. 43-49, October 2003, Kolkata.

·  Nagdeve, D. A. & Bharathi D. (2003), “Urban Rural Differentials in Maternal and Child Health in Andhra Pradesh” , India is published in March 2003 issue of the International Electronic Journal of Rural and Remote Health Research, Education, Practice and Policy http://rrh.deakin.edu.au, published by Greater Green Triangle, University Department of Rural Health, Victoria 3053, Australia.

·  Nagdeve, D.A. (2002), “Population Growth and Agricultural Change in Maharashtra”. In Mishra, B; Tripathy, P.K; Hota, B.B. & Das H.C. (Eds.), Population Stabilization and Development (pp. 410-425). Council of Cultural Growth and Cultural Relations, Cuttack.

·  Nagdeve, D. A. (2002), “Reproductive and Child Health Care in Rural India: Role of ANM” is published in the website. The URL is http://www.abc.net.au/rural/ worldhealth/papers.htm.

  • The Netherlands, Australia, Thailand, USA

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  • The Netherlands, Australia, Thailand, USA

Professional Membership

  • Member of the Asia Population Association (APA) 2013.
  • Member of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP) 2011-13.
  • Life Member, Indian Association of Social Sciences in Health (IASSH) 2005.
  • Member of the Population Association of America (PAA) 2003.
  • Life Member, Indian Association for the Study of Population (IASP) 1997.
  • Life Member, Indian Academy of Social Sciences (ISSA) 1998.

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