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Dr. Archita Nayak

Dr. Archita Nayak teaches in Department of Commerce since 11th August 2005.

Qualification

  • M.A (Economics), M.Sc (Mathematics), PGDCA, Ph.D.

Teaching areas

  • Mathematics & Economics

Short Term Courses Attended

  • UGC Sponsored Short Term Course on Women’s Studies for College/University Teachers, January 10-17, 2019, Organised by: Centre for Women’s Studies, University of North Bengal, Darjeeling, West Bengal.

List of Publications

  1. Archita Nayak, K. K. Bagchi & C. R. Nayak:”Right to Health for the Aged and Role of the State in Making Health Services Available to Them”, Public Health Law (ISBN: 978-81-921285-0-4), Department of Law, University of North Bengal, Chapter 11, pp.130-153 (A Collection of Modified Research Papers Presented in the National Seminar Organized by the Department of Law, University of North Bengal on ‘Human Rights, Equality and Health: Role  of State and the Citizen’, Held on 27-28 March, 2010).
  2. Archita Nayak, K. K. Bagchi & C. R. Nayak (2012): “Healthcare Finance, Healthcare Insurance and Healthcare Administration for the Poor and Elderly People in India – Scope of Public-Private Partnership”, Journal of Management, Vol. 1, No. 1, June 2012, pp. 106-121.
  3. Archita Nayak & K. K. Bagchi (2017): “Trends and Pattern of Population Ageing in India and West Bengal: A Comparative Study”, PRAGATI: Journal of Indian Economy Volume 4, Issue 2, July-December 2017, pp. 96-119.
  4. Archita Nayak & K. K. Bagchi (2017): “Constitutional Provisions and Legal Protection, Government Programmes and Policies for the Welfare of Elderly in India and West Bengal – A Review”,  Indian Journal of Law and Justice,  Department of Law, University of North Bengal, Vol. 8 No. 2, September 2017, pp. 158-172.
  5. Archita Nayak & K. K. Bagchi (2017): “Nature and Pattern of Ageing and the Status of Elderly among Muslim and Non-Muslim population in India, West Bengal and Malda district”, Journal of Economics, Rabindra Bharati University, Vol. XI, November 2017, pp. 86-114.
  6. Archita Nayak & K. K. Bagchi (2018): “Population Ageing in India and West Bengal among Scheduled Castes (SC) Population”, Economic Affairs, New Delhi Publishers, Vol. 63, No. 1, March 2018, pp. 287-291.

Seminar & Conferences Attended

  1. Suman Sao, Archita Nayak & Sakti Mutt:” Urbanization in North Bengal: Problems and Prospects”, 31st International Geographical Congress, Tunis 2008, August 12-15, page 382
  2. National Seminar Organized by the Department of Law, University of North Bengal on ‘Human Rights, Equality and Health: Role  of State and the Citizen’, Held on 27-28 March, 2010)
  3. Archita Nayak & K. K. Bagchi: ”Healthcare Finance and Health Insurance for the Poor and Elderly People in India-Scope of Public-Private Partnership”, 94th Annual Conference of the Indian Economic Association organized by Bharati Vidyapeeth Bhavan, Pune in December 2011
  4. Archita Nayak, K. K. Bagchi & C. R. Nayak: ”Social Protection for India’s Informal Sector Workers:Present Status and Future Prospects”, UGC-Sponsored National Seminar on Contemporary Issues in Informal Sector, Migration and Sustainable Livehood-National and Regional Concerns, organized by Department of Economics, Siliguri College, Siliguri, West Bengal in Collaboration with Federation of Chamber of Commerce and Industry of North Bengal (FOCIN), Siliguri, West Bengal during December 09-11, 2011
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