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Dr. Seema Mallik
Name: Dr. Seema Mallik
Designation: Assistant Professor Stage III
Qualification: M.A, M.Phil, Ph.D
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Utkal University 17 March 2010 –present Assistant Professor Stage III
Dept of Higher Education
Govt of Odisha
July. 1999- 16 March 2010 Jr Lecture
Jawaharlal Nehru University Jan 2005-March 2008 Ph.D.
Department: Centre for Political Studies ( CPS)
Thesis Title: Women’s Participation in Natural Resource Management: An Assessment of the Role of Panchayati Raj Institutions in Nayagarh District of Odisha.
Areas: Public Policy and Governance, Gender and development Politics
Advisor: Prof. Vidhu Verma
Jawaharlal Nehru University July, 1992 – August, 1994 M.Sc. / M.A./ M.Phil./ Any other Master Degree
M.PhilDepartment: School of International Studies , JNU, New Delhi
Thesis Title: Role of United States in the Rio Summit: An Indian Appraisal
Areas: International Politics and Foreign Policy
Advisor: Prof. R.P.KaushikMA
Department: School of International Studies , JNU, New Delhi
Areas: International Studies
B.J.B. College, Utkal University May, 1987- June, 1990 Bachelor of Science/Commerce/ Arts
BA
UGC June,1996 Department: Political Science
Hons: Political ScienceUGC-NET (If Qualified): Yes
Subject: International Relations

Received Charles Wallace Research Grant to UK from 26th May-15th June , 2013 on understanding the ‘changing role of the state in development in India from the British colonial period till today’.

Received ICSSR (India)-NWO( The Netherlands) Social Science Scholar Exchange Visit to the Amsterdam Institute of Social Science Research (AISSR), University of Amsterdam from 5th May to 5th June, 2014. Theme of research was “Liberalization and Tribal Rights in India: Understanding Land Acquisition and Threats to Livlihoods with Special Reference to Odisha”

Utkal University
Designation: : Assistant Professor Stage III
2010-present
Course Name- Paper Name ( Semester I & III)

  • Contemporary Political Theory (Paper IV)
  • Indian Government and politics ( Paper V)
  • India : Regional and International Organizations ( XV)( Units 2,3,4)

Department and University Name: Department of Political Science , Utkal University

Duties: Teaching, Research Guidance, Setting Examination Question Papers , graded exams

Course Name-Paper Name (Paper Code)Semester III

  • Contemporary International Studies (Paper XII)
  • Indian Government and. Politics: Processes ( Paper XIII)
  • Society and Polity In India ( Paper XVIII)

Department and University Name: Department of Political Science , Utkal University
Duties :Teaching, Research Guidance, Setting Examination questions , graded exams

Invited lectures:

  • Centre for Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policies, TISS, Mumbai and South Asia Institute , University of Heidelberg, Germany(22-23 March, 2017) on ‘Land Alienation and Threats to Livlihoods of Indigenous Populations’
  • Max Weber Stifung (MWS) and M.S Merian and Tagore International Centre for Advanced Studies, New Delhi ( 8-9 March, 2018) on ‘Indigenous communities and exclusion in India’
  • Chaired Session on “Inclusive Cities” organized by University of Heidelberg, Germany and Xavier University, Bhubaneswar on September2017.

 

  • Presentation on ‘NEP and Internationalization of Higher Education in India’, organized by International Office , Utkal University March, 25-26, 2021
  • Presentation on ‘Women and Sustainable Development: Steps Towards Empowerment and Food Security’, organized by P.G. Dept of Gender Studies, Ramadevi University, Bhubaneswar, 29th February, 2020
  • Presentation on ‘Internationalization of Higher Education in India, organized by International Office , Utkal University March, 31, 2019
  • Presentation on ‘Exploring the Geo-dynamics of Indo-Japan Relations’ organised by P.G. Dept of Political Science and Japanese Studies Pilot Project, P.G. Dept of Anthropology, Utkal University, in Feb, 2018
  • Presentation on ‘Indigenous communities and exclusion in India ‘organized by Max Weber Stifung (MWS) and M.S Merian and Tagore International Centre for Advanced Studies, New Delhi on March 2018
  • Presentation on ‘Development Strategies & Tribal Exclusions: Insights from Odisha’ organized by P.. Department Public Administration , Utkal University on January 2018
  • Presentation on ‘Land Alienation and Threats to Livlihoods of Indigenous Populations’ organized by Centre for Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policies, TISS, Mumbai and South Asia Institute , University of Heidelberg, Germany on March, 2017
  • Presentation on ‘Development Strategies And Resistance Movements In Odisha’ organized by Department of Political Science, Ravenshaw University and Odisha Political Science Association in December, 2017

PhD thesis
Seema Mallik, Thesis Title: Women’s Participation in Natural Resource Management: An Assessment of the Role of Panchayati Raj Institutions in Nayagarh District of Odisha. Centre for Political Studies ( CPS), School of Social Sciences, JNU, New Delhi , 2008
Advisor: Prof. Vidhu Verma

Book Articles (Authored/Edited)
[1] List of Author Names, ¨ Title of the Book”, Subject Name, Name of the Publisher, ISBN No. XXXX-XXXX, 2013.

  • Seema Mallik(2022) Mining and Dispossession: Exploring the Exclusion of Tribals in Keonjhar District In Odisha :State, Law and Adivasis: Shifting Terrains of Exclusion. Editor Antje Linkenbach and VidhuVerma, Sage Publications
  • Seema Mallik (2011) Women, Panchayats and Natural Resource Managemen’t: Rawat Publishers, Jaipur, ISBN No. 978-81-316-0418-2, 2011
  • Seema Mallik Development and Contestations in India, Abhijeet Publications, New Delhi ISBN: 978-83-88865-46-3, 2020.
  • Seema Mallik Indigenous Population and Threats to Livelihoods’ in Carciumaru, Radu; Sekher, Madhushree (eds) ‘Including the Excluded South Asia? Power Politics and Policies’, Springer Publications, Singapore, pp 193-208 , ISBN 978-981-32-9758-6 , 2019.
  • Seema Mallik (forthcoming ) Mining and Dispossession: Exploring the Marginalization of Tribals in Keonjhar District In Odisha in Antje Linkenbach and Vidhu Verma (eds) Politics of the Local in Natural Resource Managemant in India, Sage Publications

Journal Articles( Since 2016)

  • Reconstructing Rural India: Strengthening Tribal Economy, (Submitted May 2022) to Productivity National Productivity Council (NPC), Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Govt of India, 2022,ISSN 0032-924.
  • Participatory Forest Management In India : A Case study of Odisha, Submitted, 2022
  • Tribal Education (2021) Journal of Indian Institute of Public Administration, Regional Branch, Odisha, Vol:XXVII 2021, ISSN: 2231-556X
  • Poverty And Food Insecurity In India : Exploring Linkages Between Ownership Rights To Women Farmers And Food Security , Productivity , April 2021 , ISSN: 0022-9924
  • Gandhi and Way Ahead : An Alternative to Extractive Development Strategies, (2020) Indian Journal of Political Science ( submitted March) ( ISSN No. 0019-5510)
  • Development and voices of dissent: Insights from Odisha, Journal of Politics and Governance ,vol 8, No.1 January, 2020, pp 5-20, ISSN 2278473X( print) ;2456-8023 ( online)
  • Ethnicity and Violence in India, International Journal of Current Research, (Jan, 2018),pp. 64771 ISSN 0975-833X
  • ‘Inclusive Citizenship: Mainstreaming the Marginalized’, Odisha Political Science Journal, Vol. XXI, No.1, December, 2017, pp 63-702. ISSN 0377-1997
  • ‘Land Grab or Land Rights : understanding Land Acquisition in India’, The Indian Journal of Political Science , Vol LXXVII, No. 2, April-June, 2016,pp 217-222. ( ISSN No. 0019-5510)
  • ‘Industry and Rural Development with Reference to Odisha” in ‘Productivity’, National Productivity Council (NPC), Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Govt of India (2016) pp149, vol 57, July-September No.2 ( ISSN 0032-9924)
  • Globalization , Markets and Just Growth in India in International Journal of Development Research, Vol. 06,Issue 12, pp10889-10892, December, 2016, ISSN No. 2230-9926

Refereed Conference Publications

  • Seema Mallik, Mining and Dispossession: Exploring the Marginalization of Tribals in Keonjhar District In Odisha( 2020) accepted in Antje Linkenbach and Vidhu Verma (eds) Politics of the Local in Natural Resource Managemant in India ), Sage Publications
  • Conference on Rethinking Property Rights and Natural Resources: Changing Norms of Justice organized by Max Weber Stifung (MWS) and M.S Merian and Tagore International Centre for Advanced Studies, New Delhi on March 2018

Refereed Workshop Publications:

  • Seema Mallik, “ Indigenous Population and Threats to Livelihoods” in Carciumaru, Radu; Sekher, Madhushree (eds) ‘Including the Excluded South Asia? Power Politics and Policies’, Springer Publications, Singapore, 2019 , pp 193-208( ISBN 978-981-32-9758-6)
  • Workshop on Social Inclusion/ Exclusion in South Asia organized by Centre for Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policies, TISS, Mumbai and South Asia Institute , University of Heidelberg, Germany on 21-22 March 2017
  • Seema Mallik , “Land Acquisition and Tenancy Laws: A Study of Tribal Rights in Odisha” (2015) in Tenancy Laws and Practices : Emerging Issues (eds) Dr. A.A.A. Faizi, Dr.K.Gopal Iyer et al, Centre for Rural Studies, LBSNAA, Mussoorie) pp.32 (ISBN: 978-93-7831-384-4)
  • Workshop on Tenancy Laws and Practices: Emerging Issues organized by Centre for Rural Studies , LBSNAA, Musoorie in 2014.

Selected Unrefereed Reports: Nil

  • Attendee of Refresher Course in “Global Politics”, From 22nd November to 4th December 2021 at HRDC, Jawaharlal Nehru University ( online Mode)
  • Attendee of Refresher Course in “Political Science and Public Administration ”, From 17th July t to 6th August 2014 atHRDC, Utkal University University
  • Attendee of Refresher Course in “Trends andIssues in Global Politics”, From 8th February to 28th Befruary 2013 at HRDC, Utkal University
  • Attendee of Refresher Course in “Human Values in Education ”, From 18th November to 15th December 2010 at HRDC, Utkal University
  • Attended Short Term Course in Disaster Management from 29th July to 4th August , 2019 at HRDC, Utkal University and the Informal Economy , from 26th August to 6th September, 2019, at V.V. Giri National Labour Institute, Noida

Journal Reviewing: List of Journals. Nil

  • University Grants Commission (UGC) Major Research Project (MRP) 2013-15 titled ‘ Development and Conflict: A Case Study of Odisha’ completed and submitted.(Rs 7,03,000/-)
  • ICSSR, Major Research Project (MRP) 2016-18 titled ‘ Land Alienation and Threats to Livlihoods : Understanding Rural Poverty. Completed and submitted in 2019 (Rs. 10 lacs).

PhD Guidance: 2 Awarded ; I submitted (3 continuing)

  • Ratnaprava Barik Thesis Title ‘Globalization and Its Impact on Tribal Society: A Case Study of Kalahandi District of Odisha.’ (2016 awarded)
  • Sashikanta Mohapatro , Thesis Title Social Conflict and Political Integration: A Case Study of Saura Tribe of Gajapati District of Odisha . (2017 awarded)
  • Nilambar Saraka, Thesis Title :’Indo-US Cooperation in Countering Global Terrorism since 2001’ Submitted in September 2021

M.Phil Guidance:
2010

  • Binduranee Das. (Topic: Indo-Bangladesh Trade Links Since 2005: Perspectives on Informal Trade)
  • Narayan Chandra Sahoo. ( Topic: Role of Panchayats in Promoting Primary Education: A Case Study of Bonth Block in Bhadrak District)
  • Debapriya Parida. (Topic: Panchayati Raj Institutions and Rural Health: A Case Study of Bhojpur Gram Panchayat of Jamankira Block)

2011

  • Dinesh Kumar Pradhan. (Topic: Right to Education: A Case Study of Ambasarmunda Gram Panchayat)
  • Sushanta Kumar Pradhan. (Topic: MGNREGA- Facet of Rural Empowerment; A Case Study of Amralipali Gram Panchayat)

2012

  • Rajesh Kumar Prahary. (Topic: Terrorism across India with Particular Reference to Pakistan)
  • Sasmita Swain. (Topic: Changing Role of SAARC in 21st Century)

2013

  • Pradeep Rout. (Topic: Ethnic Violence: An Analysis of Kandhamal District of Odisha)
  • Debajyoti Nayak. (Topic: India-Japan Relations in 21st Century: An Examination on The Impact of Peace and Security in Asia)

2014

  • Niti Minyak. (Topic: Women Empowerment through Self-Help Groups: A Study of Bolangir District of Odisha)
  • Monorama Das. (Topic: Role of Dalits in Indian Politics: A Case Study of Jajpur District of Odisha)

2015

  • Puspalata Dhal. (Topic: Militancy in Jammu and Kashmir and Its Impact on India’s Foreign Policy on Pakistan)
  • Sripada Priyadarshini. (Topic: Revival of Cold War in 21st Century)

2016

  • Abhilipsa Nayak.( Topic: India-Russia Defence Cooperation in 21st Century (200-2015)
  • Mamatamayee Dhal. (Topic: Conflict and Cooperation Over Indo-Bangladesh Trans-Boundary Water Resources)
  • Itina Rani Sahoo. (Topic: Coalition Politics in India: A Study of Changing Patterns in Party Politics since 1990s)

2017

  • Arshiya Anjum (Food Security and public Distribution System in India: An Institutional Analysis)
  • Subhashree Pothal ( Topic: Indo-Pak Relations: New Dimensions under Modi Government)

2018

  • Bishnupriya Panda (Topic: Politics of Water between the States and its impact on Indian federalism: A case study of Mahanadi River Dispute )
  • Kadambini Panda ( Topic: Shifting Paradigms of Sino-Indian Relationship :Understanding the Geopolitics of Border Disputes in the 21st century.
  • Khageswar Nath ( Topic: Debates on Civil Society and Political Society: Problems and Prospects

2019

  • Jitendra Kumar Panda ( Topic: Civil Society and Public Policy: Exploring the Linkages in Contemporary India)
  • Lalat Badajena ( Topic:Climate Change and Its Impact on Agriculture in Odisha: A Case Study on paddy Production in Gopinathpur Grampanchayat, Puri District, Odisha)
  • Jayanti Majhi ( Topic: Dominant Regional Parties inIndia: A case study of BJD and Its Policies )

2020

  • Nityasundar Mishra, Topic:Implementation of the Schedule Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers ( Recognition of Forest Rights ) Act , 2006 in Kandhamala District,

EXTERNAL EXAMINER OF THESIS/ DISSERTATION

  • PhD Thesis titled’ Mining and Local Resistance : A Study of Anti-mining Movements in Odisha, submitted by Jairam Samal,Centre for Law and Governance, JNU, New Delhi in 2017.
  • M.Phil Dissertation K.S Multani, Dept of Political Science, Osmania University, Hyderabad.

OTHER ACTIVITIES ( ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE)

  • Deputy Warden , P.G. Hostels , Utkal University
  • Co-Coordinator International Office, Utkal University
  • Co-Coordinator Centre of Excellence, North east India Studies , Utkal University
  • Member IQAC, Utkal University
  • Member , Caste Discrimination and Prevention Committee
  • Member, Board of Studies, Dept of Political Science , Utkal University
  • Asst Superintendent, Ladies Hostel -VI from June 2010 to July 2013.
  • Superintendent I/C, Ladies Hostel -VI from 20 July 2013
  • Superintendent I/C, Ladies Hostel -VII from 15 July 2016 till 31.5.2019