Vijay G

Assistant Professor
Ph.D.

Employment:


  1. Currently working as Assistant Professor in Economics at the School of Economics, University of Hyderabad, from September 1st 2006 onwards  to date.
  2. Adjunct faculty at the Centre for Human Rights, University of Hyderabad.
  3. Worked as Assistant Professor, Institute of Public Enterprise (IPE), an ICSSR Research Institute, from 17th March 2006 to August 31st 2006. Taught Economics to the students of Post Graduate Degree in Business Management.
  4. Worked  as  Lecturer  in  Economics  at  National  Academy  for  Legal  Studies  and  Research University(NALSAR),  August 1st , 2005 to 16th March 2006.
  5. Secretary,  Centre  for  Social  Concerns, June 1st 2004 to July 31st 2005 (continuing without pay).
  6. Worked  as  Research Fellow  at  Institute  of  Human  Development (IHD),  New Delhi,  May 1  2003 –  May 30, 2004.


Academic Record:


  • Awarded  Doctor  of  Philosophy  in  Development  Studies  by  Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, The Netherlands,  on  the  8th  of April  2004.  For  thesis  titled  : “The New Pattern of Industrial Relations in India: Restructuring and Social Insecurity – A Case Study of Kothur, A New Township in Andhra Pradesh”. Thesis  Published  by:  Shaker  Publishing  House; Maastricht; 2004. ISBN: B007HFAAO2 Promoters:  Professor. Jan Breman and Professor. Henk Thomas.
  • Awarded M.Phil degree by the Department of Economics, University of Hyderabad, 1998, for the dissertation titled: Environmental Pollution; A Case Study. Supervisors: Professor D.Narasimha Reddy, Dr.A.V. Raja.
  • Post Graduate studies at the Department of Economics, University of Hyderabad. 1996.

Awards:


  1. Holder  of   the  Netherlands  Fellowship  Programme (NFP),  awarded  by  the  Dutch  Government 1998-2003.
  2. Received  Sanjay Thakur Young Labour Economist Award  for  the  best  paper  presented  at  the  50th  Annual  Indian  Society of Labour Economics Conference, Lucknow, December 15-17, 2008.


Publications:


Journal  Articles:


  1. “Mass Movements and Marxist Method”,  Economic and Political Weekly, Vol-30, No 4, November 4, 1995.
  2. “Neo-liberalism and Conflict for Environmental Resources; A Case Study”, Indian Journal of Human Rights, Vol-2, 1998.
  3. “Social Security for Labour in New Industrial Towns”, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol-34, No 39, September 25-October 1, 1999.
  4. G. Vijay and G. Ajay: “Civil Society, State and Social Movements”, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol-35, No 12, March 18-24, 2000.
  5. “Recent  Trends  in  Labour Market  and  Relevance  of  the  Second  Labour  Commission  Report”,  Indian Journal  of Human Rights, Vol-6,  Nos1&2,  Jan-Dec 2002.
  6. “Changing  Policy  Regime  and  Labour;  A  Case  Study”,  Economic  and  Political  Weekly,  Vol-38,  No-31,  August 2-8, 2003.
  7. “ ‘Other Side’  of  New  Industrialisation”,  Economic  and  Political  Weekly,  Vol-38,  No  48,  November 29,  2003.
  8. Ajay Gudavarthy and G.Vijay “Andhra  Pradesh:  Some  Contemporary  Trends”,  Economic and    Political Weekly, Vol-39, No 16, April 17,  2004.
  9. ‘Migration,  Vulnerability  and  Insecurity  in  New  Industrial  Labour  Market’,  Economic  and  Political  Weekly,  Vol-40, No.23, May 28th - June 4th , 2005.
  10. Alok Ranjan Jha and G.Vijay (2006):  “Conundrums of Capital and Competition and the Myth of    Corporate Governance”, Ānuzas; A Journal of Corporate Governance, Volume-1, Inaugural Issue, July-December, Institute of Public Enterprises.
  11. Ajay Gudavarthy and G.Vijay (2007) `Antinomies of Political Society: Implications of Uncivil
    Development` Economic and Political Weekly, Vol-42, No.29, July 21, pp.3051-59.
  12. (2009): ‘De-fragmenting ‘Disintegration of Value Creation’: From Value Chains to Value Cycles, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol-44, No-22, May 30-June 6, 2009.
  13. (2012): ‘Telangana Movement: Democratisation or Authoritarianism?’, Economics and Political Weekly,Vol.47, No. 37, pp.22-25.

    Chapters in Books:


  1.     “Impact of Flexibilisation on Quality of Life and Social Security of Labour in New-Industrial Towns”, in Eds. S.Mahendra Dev, V. Gayathri, R.P. Mamgain (eds)(2001): Social and Economic Security in India, Institute for Human Development; New Delhi.
  2. “New Industrial Labour – Insecure Employment, Social Conflict and Labour Rights”,  in G.Saibaba and Srinivas Rao (eds.) (2003) : Structural  Adjustment  and  Implications  for  Human  Rights,  Serials  Publication: New  Delhi .
  3. “Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals in South India: Sun-Rise Industrialisation or Global Cost Shifting of Dirty Goods Manufacturing”,  in Hans Lofgren and Prakash Sarangi (eds) (2009)  The Politics and Culture of Globalisation: India and Australia, Social Science Press, New Delhi.
  4. ‘Other side of Industrialisation’, in D’Souza Rohan (ed.,) (2012): Environment, Technology and Development; Critical and Subversive Essays, Orient BlackSwan, Economic and Political Weekly and Tata Institute of Social Sciences; New Delhi.
  5. ‘The Business of Health Care and the Challenges of Health Security; The Case of Arogyasri Health Insurance Program in Andhra Pradesh'    in Kannan, K.P. and Jan Breman (2013), The Long Road to Social Security, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
  6. ‘Systemic Failure of Regulation: The Political Economy of Pharmaceutical and Bulk Drug Manufacturing’ in Hans Lofgren (ed) (2013)The politics of the pharmaceutical industry and access to medicines : world pharmacy and India, Social Science Press, New Delhi.
  7. ‘Subsistence Economy in a  Subverted Development;  Re-rethinking Development  Concretely’, in J.B.Saxena and G.Haragopal (eds) (2015): Marginalisation, Development and Resistance; Essays in Honour of S.R.Sankaran, Aakar Publishers; New Delhi. (forthcoming)
  8. (2015) ‘Movements of Labour in Globalising India’, Chapter 10 in Jayati Ghosh (ed.): ICSSR Survey of Research in Economics; India and the World Economy, ICSSR and Oxford University Press; New Delhi. (forthcoming)


Book Review:

  1. Reviewed the book by Sharit K.Bhowmik(ed.): The State of Labour; The Global Financial Crisis and Its Impact. New Delhi: Routledge, 2014, xxviii+ 341 pp. for the Sociological Bulletin, September-December 2014.


Lessons  for  Course  Material:


  • Written  a  lesson  for  the  Post-Graduate  Diploma  in  Human  Rights,  University  of  Hyderabad, 1997.  in  Course-412 Historical Perspective”.  Unit-14,  titled “The  Rio World  Conference  on  Environment”.
  • Written  two  lessons  for  Post-Graduate  Diploma  in  Environment  and  Sustainable  Development  for  a  South Asia Foundation Learning Initiative (SAFLI)  and  Ambedkar  Open  University,  Hyderabad  joint  project  on  Globalisation  and  Environment,  2003.
  • in  Block 1  titled  “Global  Concerns”  (Co-Author)  N.C.Narayanan Unit-4 , titled “MNCs, TNCs  and  Developing  Countries”,  p.34-44
  • in  Block  3  titled  “Global  Movements  and  Experiences”: Unit-10  titled  “Non-Governmental  Agencies Initiatives”,  p.103-114
  • (2013) ‘Labour Rights and Human Rights’, a chapter in the Course Material for E-PG Pathshala program funded by MHRD, Govt. of India, under the National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology (NME-ICT) Project.   Web Address: http://epgp.inflibnet.ac.in/index.php


Publications and Commentaries in News Papers:


  1. Contributed  a  paper  titled  ‘Re-examining  Armed  Struggle’,  to the  debate  on  ‘Peace  Talks  with  Naxalites  and  the  Question  of  Arms’,  in  the  18th  September  2004,  issue  of  Vaartha  a  telugu  regional  daily news  paper.
  2. Contributed  a  paper  titled ‘Who is Disinclined to Talk?’,  to the debate on  Second Round Peace Talks, in the 29th January 2005 issue of Andhra Jyothi regional daily news paper.
  3. Contributed  a  paper  titled ‘Units Under GHMC Limits Pollute 22 Villages’, The Hans India (a daily news paper), May 2012.
  4. Comment on the Manifesto of TRS Party for the Development of Newly formed Telangana State, Deccan Chronicle, April 5th , 2014.
  5. Written an invited commentary on ‘FDI gimmicks may end badly’,  Deccan Chronicle , 30th November, 2014, pp.2.


Project  Reports:


  1. Contributed  to  the  Report  Writing  of  the  Project  on  “Impact  of  Anti-Tobacco  Legislation  on  the  livelihoods  of  Tobacco  Cultivators,  Tendu  Leaf  Collectors, and  Beedi  Rollers  in  A.P  and  Karnataka”,  A  Study  Sponsored  by  the  World  Health  Organisation,  Undertaken  by  the  Institute  for  Human  Development, New  Delhi, 2003.
  2. Research  Officer,  for  a  project  titled  ‘Study on Determinants of Quality of Education  in Primary Schools in Andhra Pradesh’,  at  the  Centre  for  Social  Concerns, Submitted  to  Centre  for  Economic  and  Social  Studies,  June-September 2004.
  3. Research study titled ‘Implementation of Social Security for the informal workers in Andhra Pradesh’  as part of a project on ‘Assessing  and Monitoring  the Implementation  of  Social  Security  for  the  working  poor  in  India’s  Informal Economy’,  undertaken by  HIVOS, Amsterdam, Free University Amsterdam, and  Centre for Development Studies, Trivandrum.
  4. Principal Investigator along with Dr.Tathagata Sengupta for the project on “A Survey of Migration from Western Odisha to Brick Kilns in Andhra Pradesh’ , funded by S.R.Sankaran Chair, National Institute for Rural Development (NIRD), 2013-2015.


Paper Presentations  in  International  Seminars:


  1. “Environmental Pollution; A comparative study of Pigouvian tax and Coase theorem”, paper presented at international conference on Environment Organised by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad, November 1997.
  2. “Social Security of Labour in New Industrial Towns”, paper presented at the international conference on “Social Security in India”, organised by Institute for Human Development (IHD) and  Indian Society for Labour Economics, New Delhi, . April 1999.
  3. “Oscillating labour, market monopoly: Social security institutions”, at Indo-Dutch Programme for Alternatives in Development (IDPAD) workshop on Collective care arrangements among workers and non-workers in the informal sector, , organised by Centre for Economic and Social Studies (CESS), 1-2 March 2001.
  4. “Emerging Labour Markets and New Labour Policy in India”, Paper Presented as part of Economic  Research Seminar Series, Organised by Staff-Group1, Institute of Social Studies, January 23rd 2003, The Hague.
  5. “Inclusion-Exclusion  Dynamics  of  Social  Security  Amongst  New Industrial  Labour”,  Final  thesis  seminar  part  of  Human  Resources  and  Local  Development  Seminar  Series, organised  by  Staff  Group3,  Institute  of  Social  Studies,  3rd February, 2003, The  Hague.
  6. Presented  a  paper  “Politics  of  the  Vulnerable in New Industries; Resurfacing of the Class?”,  at  the  three day  International Workshop on Labour in South Asia: Labour Relationships Identities and Bondage, February 7,8, and 9th 2006,  Organised by French Institute of Pondicherry, Laboratoire Population Environnement Developpement (IRD), Paris; Institute for Human Development (IHD), New Delhi; Maison Sciences Homme, Paris; International Labour Organisation (ILO), Geneva.
  7. Presented  a  research outline  on  ‘Estimating the Environmental Pollution Costs Hedonic  Pricing  Method’,  at  the five day Policy Research  and  Proposal Writing  Workshop  organised  Jointly  by  the  South-Asian  Network  for  Development  and  Environmental Economics (SANDEE) and  Institute  for  Social  and  Economic  Change 21st  to 25th  August 2006  at  ISEC,  Bangalore.
  8. Paper ‘Political  Economy of Resource Conflicts – Case Study of Inorganic Chemical Industry in Medak’ presented  at  the  International  Seminar  on  ‘Challenges  of  Globalisation:  Indian  and  Australian  Perspectives’,  Jointly organised by the School of International and Political Studies Deakin University of Australia and Dept. of Political Science University of Hyderabad, 7th -9th December 2006.
  9. Presented Paper on ‘Political Economy of Regulation of Pharmaceutical and Bulk Drug Manufacturing Practices; From  Anomaly to Systemic Failure’,  at  the  International Conference on ‘Pharmaceutical Industry in Developing and Emerging Economies in the Wake of TRIPS’, jointly organised by Dept of Economics University of Hyderabad and Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia during  17th to 19th September, 2010 at University of Hyderabad.
  10. Paper ‘The Business of Health Care and the Challenge of Health Security; The Case of Arogyasri Health Insurance Program in Andhra Pradesh’, at a workshop on ‘Monitoring Implementation of Social Security Program for the Working Poor in the Informal Economy of India’, Jointly organised by CDS, Trivandrum; Amsterdam School of Social Science Research (ASSR) and The Humanist Institute for Development Cooperation (HIVOS), The Hague at CDS, Trivandrum during June 20th -22nd, 2011.


Invited as Member of the Panel for an International Conference:

Invited as one of the Members in a Panel Discussion on Environment and Energy, as part of the International Conference on Environment and Energy, December 15th – 17th, 2014 organised by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad.


Paper Presentations in National Seminars:


  1. “New-Institutional Economics; An Alternative Paradigm”, paper presented at Sambalpur University, Orissa, May 1996. 
  2. “Economic Reforms, New-Industrialisation and Conditions of Migrant Labour”, paper presented at the XL Annual Conference of Indian Society for Labour Economics, University of Hyderabad, December 1998.
  3. “Honourable Intentions? Institutions of Social Security in New Industrial Towns”, paper presented at the 41st Annual Conference of  the Indian Society of Labour Economics, organised by Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai, November 18-20, 1999.
  4. "Industrial Pollution in Kazipally; in search of a solution”, paper presented at a workshop on “Environment Protection and Right to Livelihood” organised by National Academy of Legal Studies and Research University (NALSAR), in  collaboration  with  CEERA,  NLSIU,  Bangalore,  at  Hyderabad, on  27-28, March 2000.
  5. “Economic Reforms and Social Security Institutions”, paper presented at National Seminar on Economic Reforms in India Retrospect and Prospect, organised by the Department of Economics, Osmania University, 15-16 February 2001.
  6. “Oscillating labour and Social Standards in Labour Markets”, paper presented at the national workshop on Classes and identities: industry and labour in an age of globalisation, organised by the Department of Sociology, University of Hyderabad, 3 March 2001,
  7. "Economic Reforms and Labour Rights”, paper presented at the National Seminar on Economic Reforms and Human Rights, S.V.University, Tirupathy, March 2002.
  8. ‘Bargaining in Industrial Informal Sector:A Case Study’,  Paper  to  be  presented  at  the  46th  annual  conference  of  Indian  Society  for  Labour  Economics,  Organised  by  the  Institute of  Development  Studies,  Jaipur,  December  16-18, 2004. (Abstract published in Conference Issue  of  Indian  Journal  of  Labour  Economics).
  9. ‘Bargaining  Solutions  for Environmental  Resource Conflicts from Tragedy of Commons to Tragedy of  Commoners;  A  Case  Study’,  paper  presented  at  the  National  Seminar  on  Changing  Perspectives  of  Rural  Development: Emerging  Challenges in  the  context  of  Globalisation,  Sponsored  by  UGC-SAP in  Sociology  and  ICSSR (SRC),  Hyderabad,  17th  and  18th February,  2005. 
  10. Presented paper on  ‘Environmental Pollution; Rights v/s Property Rights’, at the National Seminar on Human Rights in the Era of Globalisation (in honour of Prog.G.Haragopal), by the Human Rights Programme, Dept. of Political Science, University of Hyderabad, November 3 and 4 2006. 
  11. Presented  paper  ‘De-fragmenting ‘disintegration of value creation’: from value chains to value cycles”, at the Indian Society of Labour Economics, 50th annual Golden Jubilee Conference, Giri institute of Development Studies, Lucknow, December 15th – 17th., 2008 
  12. Presented a  paper  on  ‘From Anomaly  to systemic distortion of value; The Case of Governance of Industrial Pollution’ at a national workshop on ‘Governance, Empowerment and Beyond’,  A  UGC SAP Seminar  held  by  Department of Political Science, Osmania University on May 23rd-25th, 2010.
  13. Presented a Paper on ‘A  Pirated  Transition Model,  Rural  Economy  Crisis  and  Micro-Finance’  at  the  one day workshop on " Micro Finance Crisis in Andhra Pradesh " held on 23rd November 2010,  organized  by the  Centre for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy ( CSSEIP), University of Hyderabad.
  14. Presented Paper ‘The Movements of Labour in Globalising India’ presented at the National Level Workshop on Research and Explorations in Economics for the Volume on India and the World Economy being edited by Jayati Ghosh, organised  by  ICSSR, New Delhi, During May 3rd – 5th, 2011.
  15. Presented Paper on ‘Oscillatory Migration, Subsistence and the Role of Institutions; Labour Rights in the Context of an Elusive Average’, as part of the ICSSR-UGC sponsored National seminar on ‘Rights of Labour in Globalising India’, organized on behalf of the Center for Human Rights, University of Hyderabad, in the session on Rights of Labour on the Move, on 29th of February, 2012, at C.V.Raman auditorium.
  16. 14/4/2013, Invited lecture titled ‘Environmental Movements’ in  the session on Social Movements,   organised on the occasion of 100th Birth Anniversary of P.Sundarayya at Sundarayya Vignyana Kendram, Gachibowli.
  17. 16/12/13, Presented paper on “Inter-State Migrant Labour Networks in New Industrial Towns; Accumulation, Subsistence and Social Consumption”, at the 55th Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Labour Economics, 16th-18th December, 2013, JNU Campus, New Delhi.


Organized International Conference:


  1. Secretary of the International Conference on ‘Pharmaceutical Industry in Developing and Emerging Economies in the Wake of TRIPS’, jointly organised by Dept of Economics University of Hyderabad and Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia during  17th to 19th September, 2010 at University of Hyderabad.
  2. Coordinator for the Panel on ‘Pharmaceutical Industry; Social, Political and Environmental Issues’, on 18th of September as part of the International Conference on ‘Pharmaceutical Industry in Developing and Emerging Economies in the Wake of TRIPS’, jointly organised by Dept of Economics University of Hyderabad and Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia during  17th to 19th September, 2010 at University of Hyderabad.


National Seminars  Organized:


  1. Organised  an  ICSSR and  CESS  two  day  joint  seminar  on  “Understanding  Contemporary  Andhra  Pradesh”,  on  the  12 and  13th  of  July  2003,  at  CESS,  Hyderabad.
  2. Organised  a  one  day  seminar  on  “Understanding  Pollution”,  on  behalf  of  Centre for  Social Concerns, Pollution  Control  Farmer’s  Committee,  on  the  18th October  2003,  at  Kazipally village.
  3. Co-ordinator  of  the  “Hyderabad  Consultation  on  ‘Workers  and  their  right  to  strike’”,  organised  jointly  by  Indian  Society  of  Labour  Economics,  Institute  for  Human  Development  and  Centre  for  Social  Concerns,  at  Telugu  University  on  30th  November 2003.
  4. Organised  a  Seminar  on  the  topic,  ‘Health and  Pollution  related  Diseases’   on  the  occasion  of  release  of  Green Peace  Health  Report  on  Medak  on  behalf  of the  Centre  for  Social  Concerns.  29th November  2004,  Kazipally.
  5. Co-Coordinator  for  the  TIES Annual Conference organised  by  the  Dept. of Economics University of Hyderabad, 2007.
  6. Coordinator for ICSSR-UGC Sponsored National Seminar on ‘Rights of Labour in Globalising India’, in the capacity of adjunct faculty at Centre for Human Rights, University of Hyderabad, February 28-29, 2012.


Participation as Discussant on Invitation in a National Seminar:


Invited to be a discussant at the National Seminar on Flagship Programmes: Impact, Problems and Challenges Ahead, for the session on Livelihoods (MGNREGS); Institutional and Implementation Aspects, November 19th , 2014, organized by the National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad.

Keynote Address :


Delivered  Keynote Address  on ‘Development and Climate Change; Engendering Gendered Alternatives  to Utilitarian Rationality’ at  the  UGC sponsored National Seminar on ‘Climate Change and Indian Economy; A Disaggregated Gender Analysis’, at BK College affiliated to Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, during 17th to 19th September 2011.


Invited as Chief Guest:

Invited as chief guest to speak on the occasion of the Human Rights Day, organized by ICAF, 10/12/13, at Layola Education Academy, Secunderabad.


Invited Lectures:


  1. Delivered an invited lecture titled “Subsistence Economy in a Subverted Development: Re-rethinking Development Concretely” at the Centre for Gandhian Thought and Peace Studies, School of Social Sciences, Central University of Gujarat, March 6th 2014.
  2. Delivered an invited lecture titled “The Structure and Substance of Legal Institutions and the Impact on Development: The Case of Environmental Pollution by Pharmaceutical Industry in Telangana Region”, at the Centre for Gandhian Thought and Peace Studies, School of Social Sciences, Central University of Gujarat, March 7th 2014.
  3. Invited to present a paper on ‘Abu Ghraib; An Instance of Institutional Implosion within Imperialism under Neo-liberal Ideology’, at Symposium on Tortuous Memories ; Abu Ghraib@10, organized by the Department of English, University of Hyderabad, 24/2/2014.
  4. Invited to present a paper on ‘Beyond Slums and Symptoms – The Challenge of Sustainable Urbanization’, presented at Unorganized Labour and Social Protection: A Program for Inclusive Cities, A One-day Colloquium on Informal Labour as pre-event to Metropolis 2014’ ‘Cities for All’, on 23rd September, 2014, at ASCI, Organized by GHMC and ASCI in collaboration with ActionAid, Aman Vedika, Campaign 4 Citizens Shelter, CiRiC, CHATRI, Divya Disha, Montfort Social Institute, National Domestic Workers Movement, Teja Social Service Society.
  5. Invited as a resource person to present a paper on “Impact of Business Cycles on Society”, at the ICSSR sponsored National Seminar on ‘Status of Social Sciences’ on 10th of November, 2014, organized by Department of Commerce, Little Flower Degree College, Secunderabad.
  6. Invited to present a paper on “Understanding distress in Eastern India: Network of Veiled Hierarchies and Institutional Implosion”co-authored by Tathagata Sengupta at Prof RS Rao Memorial Seminar 2014, under the theme ‘Agrarian Structures and Transformation’, November 9th 2014, University of Hyderabad, organized by Vekshanam and B1 Collective.



Resource Person for UGC Refresher Course:


  1. Invited as a Resource Person for UGC Refreshers Course for Economics at Academic Staff College, University of Hyderabad to deliver a lecture on ‘Social Security for Labour in India’ on 15th October 2013.
  2. 10/2/2014, Invited as a resource person to the UGC Refresher Course on Human Rights Organised by MANUU, Hyderabad, to lecture on ‘Health Policy and the Right to Health’.


Resource Person for Television Channels:


  1. ‘Two Phases of Ugly Money’ 07/11/2009, on Corporate and development related  corruption following resignation of Mr.Madhu Koda organised by Maha TV, Television News Channel.
  2. ‘De-recognition of Universities’, following report on Deemed University Status, Organised by Maha TV, Television News Channel.
  3. ‘Closure of Polluting Industries; Is this the only way?’, 13/07/2012, organized by ABN Andhrajyothi, Television News Channel.
  4. ‘Foreign Direct Investment in Retail Sector’, 16/07/2012, Organised by Maha TV, Television News Channel.
  5. Invited to speak on the ‘causes for the collapse of the exchange value of rupee against dollar’ by Gemini News, regional television channel, on 25/7/13, 9:30 pm Special Bulletin.
  6. Interviewed Prof.Jan Breman along with a senior journalist Mr.Tankasala Ashok for HMTV, the interview was also reported in The Hans India, national daily news paper in two parts on 10th and 11th November, 2013, editions.
  7. Resource person for N TV a regional News Channel to comment on corporate capital influence on political alliances and coalitions, 21/04/2014, 10:30 pm.
  8. Resource person for TV10 a regional news channel to comment on ‘Promotion of Modi as a Brand’ telecast on 21/05/14.
  9. Resource Person for TV99 on the occasion of World Environment Day 05/06/14.


M.Phil Dissertations Supervised : 11