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M/S. Manaswini Dash


M/S. Manaswini Dash
Name: M/S. Manaswini Dash
Designation: Lecturer
Qualification: M.Phil., Ph.D.
Phone No.:
E-mail ID: manaswinidash@ymail.com
Utkal University  Jan. 2016 –present Asst. Professor
Utkal University  Oct. 2010 –  Mar. 2012 Lecturer
Utkal University Apr, 2012 – Jan. 2016  Demonstrator
 Sept. 1990 – Sept. 2010  Demonstrator
Utkal University   July, 1986 – July, 1990 Ph.D.
Department: Psychology
Thesis Title: Information Integration Modes and Planning in Skilled and Less-skilled Readers
Areas: Cognitive and Educational Psychology
Advisor: Prof. Udaya Nath Dash
 Utkal University August, 1984 – August, 1985  M.Phil.
Department: Psychology
Thesis Title: Coding and Planning in Good and Poor Readers
Areas: Cognitive and Educational Psychology
Advisor: Prof. Udaya Nath Dash
 Utkal University August, 1981 – August, 1983   M.A.
Department: Psychology
Thesis Title: Open-field Placement and Place Exploration in Hippocampectomized Rats
Areas: Physiological Psychology
Advisor: Mrs. Namita Das
 Utkal University July, 1979 – August, 1981 Bachelor of   Arts
Department:
Hons: Psychology
UGC September,1985 UGC-NET ( Qualified);  Awarded with UGC JRF
Subject: Psychology
  • G.C. Junior and Senior Research Fellowship
Utkal University
Designation: Research Laboratory in charge
Topics: Psychological Testing, Test Development, Test Standardization
Sept 1990  – present
Course NameM.Phil.

Paper Name – Clinical Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Health Psychology

 
 Department – Psychology and University – Utkal University

Duties:taught recitations, held office hours, graded exams

2010
Course Name-M.A.

Paper Name (Paper Code) – Advanced General Psychology, Statistics & SPSS, Social Research methodology,

Clinical Psychology, Counselling Psychology, Applied Psychology

Department and University Name

Duties:taught recitations, held office hours, graded exams

2010
Course Name-M.A.

Practical Paper Name (Practical Paper Code) – Psychological Testing – Ability Testing,

Personality Testing

Department – Psychology and University – Utkal University

Duties:organized programming laboratory hours

 1990
   

INVITED LECTURES:

[1] Talk on “Identifying mental health issues in children:early signs and symptoms: State Overview”  delivered in the Zoom meeting  organized by YCDA on the occasion of “Children’s Mental Health Week”. Held on 6th Feb, 2021.

[2] Talk on “ Understanding Psychosocial Crisis of Children in Need of Care and Protection” in the ‘Refresher Programme for Secretary and Project Coordinator-cum-Counselor of Open Shelters’ organized by Odisha State Child Protection Society (Dept. of WCD & MS, Govt. of Odisha). – 10th Aug, 2017.

  • Dash, M. (2019). Report of the Baseline Survey of Rural Cluster of Anganwadis in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. Paper presented in the Workshop on “Visioning ECCE in Odisha” held on January, 2019, organized by UNICEF & CoE ECD, Dept. of Psychology, Utkal University.
  • Panigrahi, A. & Dash, M. (2018). Agreement between Parents’ Report and Adolescents’ Perception of Parenting Behaviour: Gender Differences. Paper presented in the Annual Conference of NAOP organized by the NAOP held in Pondicherry, india, on 20-22 December, 2018.
  • Dash, M. & Behera, S. (2018). Role of attitude on life satisfaction and happiness among elderly in relation with Paper presented in the International Seminar on “Family Well Being: A Global Perspective” held in Bharati college, Delhi University, in February, 2018, organized by Dept. of HDFW, bharati College and IAHRW, new Delhi.
  • Dash, M. & Patnaik, P. (2015). Gender differences in feeling of insecurity in adulthood. Paper presented in the National Seminar on “Women Empowerment” held in Khurda Women’s College, Khurda, in September, 2015.
  • Dash, M. (2015). Stress as a function of spirituality. Paper presented in the National Seminar on Effect of Stress on Coping” held in Indira Gandhi Women’s College, Cuttack, in March, 2015.
  • Parida, D. & Dash, M. (2014). Relationship among emotional intelligence, job satisfaction and work motivation. Paper selected for presentation in the International Congress of Applied Psychology to be held in Paris, France in July,2014.
  • Senapati, P., Patnaik, N., & Dash, M. (2012). Personality differences among English medium and Odia medium school children. Paper presented in the 99th Indian Science Congress held in KIIT University, Bhubaneswar, in January, 2011.
  • Patnaik, N. & Dash, M. Emotional intelligence and mental health of adolescents. Paper presented in the International Seminar on Adolescent Health held in the CAS in Psychology, Utkal University, in February, 2008.
  • .Dash, M. & Dash, U. N. Perceptual and conceptual planning in reading. Paper presented in  the National Seminar on  Reading Processes and Acquisition : Advances in Indian  Research and Application held in the CAS in Psychology, Utkal University in   March, 1998.
  • Dash, M. & Dash, U.N. Information processing correlates of reading. Paper presented in the VIII th National Congress of the National Academy of Psychology held in the  CAS in Psychology, Utkal University, in December, 1997.
  • Dash, M. & Dash, U. N. Cognitive processing strategies in reading. Paper presented in the International conference on  Early Childhood Communication held in the CAS in Psychology, Utkal University, in December, 1994. 

PhD thesis

  • Dash, M. Information Integration Modes and Planning in Skilled and Less-skilled Readers, Utkal University, 1995.

 

Book Articles (Authored/Edited)

[2]   Dash, M. (2020). Assessment of Intelligence, In Psychology of Individual Differences  for Course BPCC 103:  BA Honours Psychology (Semester-II) of IGNOU. New Delhi: IGNOU. http://egyankosh.ac.in/handle/123456789/65109. ISBN: 978-93-90496-23-5.

 

[3]  Dash, M. (2020). Aptitude, In Psychology of Individual Differences  for Course BPCC 103:  BA Honours Psychology (Semester-II) of IGNOU. New Delhi: IGNOU. http://egyankosh.ac.in/handle/123456789/65109. ISBN: 978-93-90496-23-5.

 

[4]   Dash, M. & Dash, U. N. (1998). Information processing correlates of reading. In U.N.  Dash & U. Jain (eds) Perspectives in Psychology and Social Development (vol.1),                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        New  Delhi :  Concept Publishing Company, 304-315. ASBN: 81-7022-768-2.

 

Journal Articles

[5]   Dash, M. & Sahoo, S. (2020). Subjective burden, cognitive appraisal and coping strategies among caregivers of psychotic and affective disorder patients. Indian Journal of Clinical Psychology, 47(1), 29-37. ISSN- 0303-2582.

[6]    Dash, M. & Patnaik, P. (2015). Relationship among Mental Health, Emotional Intelligence and Spiritual Intelligence in Male and Female Adults. Journal of Culture, Society and Development, Vol. 14, 10-16. ISSN : 2422-8400.

[7]    Dash, M. & Patnaik, P. (2015). Role of spiritual intelligence on emotional intelligence and mental health. Indian Journal of Positive Psychology, 6(3), 279-282. ISSN-2229-4937.

[8]   Behera, S. & Dash, M. (2015). Stress and Spirituality among School Teachers. Indian Journal of Health & Wellbeing, 6(3), 305-308. ISSN-p-2229-5356.

[9]  Dash, M. & Patra, M. (2014). Perceived maternal neglect and adjustment problems of high school students. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 19 (5), 1-6. P-ISSN: 2279-0845. DOI: 10.9790/0837-19510106.

[10]   Dash, M. & Sriranjan, P. (2014). Maternal Over-Protection and Achievement Motivation among High School Students. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 19 (5), 57-62. P-ISSN: 2279-0845.   DOI: 10.9790/0837-19555762

[11] Dash, M. & Senapati, A. (2014). Personality Development in English Medium and Odia Medium School Children. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 19(12), 45-50.  P-ISSN: 2279-0845.   DOI: 10.9790/0837-191244550 .

[12]  Behera, S. & Dash, M. (2013). Stress and coping in school teachers as a function of gender and school type. International Journal of Educational Aspects, Management Studies and Applied Sciences, 2(5), 59-69. ISSN: 2320-0383.

[13]   Senapati, P., Patnaik, N., & Dash, M. (2012). Role of medium of instruction on the development of cognitive processes. Journal of Education and Practice, 3(3), 60-68. ISSN: 2222-1735 (paper).

[14]   Senapati, P., Patnaik, N., & Dash, M. (2012). Personality differences among English medium and Odia medium school children. Social Science International, 28(1), 177-185. ISSN: 0970-1087. 

[15]   Dash, M. & Dash & U. N. (2011). Cognitive processing strategies in reading. Journal of Education and Practice, 2(4), 79-86. ISSN: 2222-1735 (paper).

[16]  Patnaik, N. & Dash, M. (2010). Emotional intelligence and mental health of adolescents. Indian Journal of Psychology and Mental Health, 4(2), 79-83.

[17]  Patnaik, N. & Dash, M. (2009). Effect of preschool education on cognitive abilities and        academic achievement of primary school children. Indian Journal of Psychology and Mental Health,  3(5).

[18]   Dash, M., Das, N., & Patra, S. K. (1990-94). Open-field placement and  place exploration by hippocampectomized rats. Indian Psychologist, 7(special issue), 85-90. ISSN: 0970-2520.

[19]  Dash, M. & Dash. U. N. (1989). Information processing and the poor reader: Evidence for the developmental lag hypothesis. Indian Psychologist, 6(1&2), 85-93. ISSN: 0970-2520.

 

Refereed Conference Publications

[1]  Dash, M. & Patnaik, P. (2015). Gender differences in feeling of insecurity in adulthood. Paper  published in the proceedings of the National Seminar on “Women Empowerment” held in Khurda Women’s College, Khurda, in September, 2015.

 

Refereed Workshop Publications:

 

Selected Unrefereed Reports:

News paper Articles

[1]  Dash, M. (2020). “Lockdown re manasika swasthya samasya” (In Odia) published in the Odia daily “Pragativadi” on 6th, May, 2020 . Vol. 48 (120), 6.

[2]   Dash, M. (2020). “Sakaratmakata” (In Odia) published in the Odia daily “Pragativadi” on 16th June, 2020. Vol $8(161), 6.

[3]  Dash, M. (2020). “Mrutyupare manara byabachheda” (In Odia) published in the Odia daily “The Samaja” on 28th September, 2020. Vol, 91 (266), 4.

[4]  Dash, M. (2020). “Durniti byadhira manastattwika nidana” (In Odia) published in the Odia daily “Pragativadi” on 20th November, 2020. Vol 48 (314), 6.

[5]   Dash, M, (2021). “Mana kain amania” (In Odia) published in the Odia daily “The Samaja” on 4th June, 2021. Vol. 92(151), 4.

[1] Faculty Development Programme (from 02.03.2020 to 06.03.2020) at NIEPA, New Delhi.

 

[2]  Attendee of Refresher Course in in Gender Studies on “Gender Currents of the 21st Century: A Reflection” (From 20.08.2018 to 09.09.2018) organized by the   Academic Staff College, Utkal University.

[3]  Attendee of  Faculty Development Programme (from 30.01.2012 to 07.02.2012) organized by the   Academic Staff College, Utkal University.

[4]  Attendee of Orientation Programme on “Human Values in Education” (from 18.11.2010 to 15.12.2010) organized by the Academic Staff College, Utkal University.

[5]  Participated in the Consultation meeting on “Implementation of ECCD: First One Thousand Days Programme” Organized by H & FW Dept., Govt. of Odisha and NHM in July, 2019.

[6]  Workshop on “ Cognitive Behaviour Therapy” Organized by Ravenshaw University, Cuttack, India in February, 2019.

[7]  Workshop on “ ECCE Day Observance” Organized by UNICEF & CoE ECD, Utkal University, India in  February, 2019.

[8]  Workshop on “Visioning ECCE in Odisha” Organized by UNICEF & CoE ECD, Utkal University, India on 9th and 10th January, 2019.

[9] Workshop on Revision of  “Nua Arunima” Organized by UNICEF & CoE ECD, Utkal University, India in September, 2018.

[10]   Attended the Workshop on “ Disaster and Protection of Children” organized by Pecuc, Bhubaneswar in January, 2019.

[11]   Attended State Consultation on Draft State Policy on Children at Bhubaneswar organized by UNICEF on 17.03.2018.

[12]  Attended Southern Regional Launch/Workshop on IECEI Study report at Hyderabad organized by UNICEF and CECED, New Delhi on 16.10.2017.

[13]  Attended Orientation Programme on “Child Rights and Child Related Enactments for Psychology Professionals and counselors” (on 21st and 22nd March, 2016) Organized by Odisha State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (OSCPCR) in collaboration with Department of Psychology, Utkal university.

 

Journal Reviewing: List of Journals.

Reviewer:

  1. Herald Journal of Education and General StudiesEditor – Prof. Artyushina Galina MATI-Russian State Technological University, Moscow, Russia.
  1. Universal Journal of Education and General Studies  2 (ISSN : 2277 -0984)Chief Editor – Prof. F. M. Babatunde, Kampala  International University, Dar es Salaam Constituent College, Tanzani
  2. Merit Research Journal of Education and Review (ISSN  :  2350-2282)Chief Editor –  Prof. (Dr.) B. A. Iqbal, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India

 

Ph.D. Candidates (Utkal University)

  1. Pritimayee Senapati: “Role of Medium of Instruction on Cognitive and Personality dimensions of Children in Urban and Rural Settings”. Co-Supervisor – Dr. Nirlipta Patnaik. Awarded in 2015
  2. Priyanka Behera: “Phenomenological Analysis of Lived Experiences of Lower Limb Prosthetic Users from a Gender Perspective”. – Work in progress.
  3. Anasuya Panigrahi: “ Socio-Emotional Competence as a Function of Parenting Style and Gender:  Role of Adolescents’ Perception ”  –  Work in progress.
  4. Swetasmita Prusty: “Information Processing and Reading: Role of Proximal and Distal Processes” – Work in progress .

 

M.Phil. Candidates (Utkal University)

  1. Ananya Pragyan Roy Sharma. “Parentification in Relation to Resilience and adjustment” Awarded in 2021
  2. Prashant Ku. Bhoi: “ Knowledge and Opinion of Community Members Regarding ECCE and the Activities of the AWCs in Harirajpur Gram Panchayat ” – Awarded in 2019.
  1. Sampad Mohapatra: “A Comparative Study on Rorschach Profiles of Regular Drinkers, Occasional drinkers, and Non-drinkers” – Awarded in 2018.
  1. Swati Mohanty: “Role of Numerical Ability, Reading comprehension, and working Memory in Arithmetic Problem Solving”  — Awarded in 2017.
  1. Abhipsa Mohanty:  “PASS Processes and Arithmetic Problem Solving”  — Awarded in 2017.
  2. Saumyashree Dash:  “Gender Differences in the Development of Visual Search as Function of Mapping Condition”  — Awarded in 2016.
  3. Swarnamudra Mishra:  “Matching Numbers in Relation to working Memory and Speech Rate”   —  Awarded in 2015.
  4. Mamata Behera:   “Relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Personality Dimensions”  —  Awarded in 2015.
  5. Arpita Mohanty:  “Self Esteem and Life Satisfaction among University Students: The Role of Gender and Socio-Economic Status”   —  Awarded in 2015.
  6. Padmaja Dash: “Role of Cognitive Processes in Arithmetic Problem Solving”  — Awarded in 2014 .
  7. Kalpana Das:    “Gender differences in Emotional Intelligence, Spiritual Intelligence, and Life Satisfaction”   — Awarded in 2014.
  8. Puspita Patnaik:   “Role of spiritual intelligence on Emotional intelligence and Mental Health”   — Awarded in  2014.
  9. Barsa Basumalik: “Feeling of  Insecuruty and Neuroticism among Married and Unmarried Middle-aged Women”  — Awarded in 2014 .
  10. Avipsa Senapati: “Personality Development in English Medium and Odia Medium School Children”  — Awarded in 2014.
  11. Priti Sriranjan: “Maternal Protection and Achievement Motivation in High School Students”  — Awarded in 2014.
  12. Madhusmita Patra:  “Perceived Maternal Neglect And Adjustment Problems Of High School Students”  — Awarded in 2014.
  13. Dipti Parida: “Relationship among Emotional Intelligence, Job Satisfaction, and Work Motivation”   —  Awarded in 2011.

 

IGNOU

  1. Murari Madhab Mishra: (MAPC) – “Testing Validity & Reliability of Assessment Test For Supervisor Role in Reliance Jio” – 2020. Currently working with Reliance Jio in Mumbai.
  2. Manmit Singh Arora: (MAPC) – “ Psychological Profiling of Juvenile Offenders” –   Currently working as District Correction Officer, Jharsuguda under Govt. of Odisha.
  1. Developed the “Manual for Child Assessment Card (Mo Bikasha Patra)” in Odia for UNICEF for use in Govt. ECCE Centres.
  2. Developed  the “Frequently Asked Questions about Early Childhood Care and Education” in Odia for UNICEF to be used by pre-school teachers as well as parents.
  3. Developed  the Odia transcript of the Hindi video on ‘Receptivity in Early Childhood’ (Balyabasthare Grahanashilata) to be used in ECCE Centres.
  4. Developed a computer programme for Admission into M.A. and M.Phil Courses of Utkal University which was being used successfully by the P.G. Department of Psychology, Utkal University  from 2006 to 2019.