School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Center for International Reations

Profile of Faculty

Dr. SATISH KUMAR

Ph D NUCLEAR ESTABLISHMENTS IN CENTRAL ASIA From JAWAHARLAL NEHRU UNIVERSITY, NEW DELHI
M.Phil. NUCLEAR ESTABLISHMENTS IN CENTRAL ASIA From JNU, NEW DELHI
M.A POLITICS From JNU, NEW DELHI
B.A (HONS), POLTICAL SCIENCE

Associate Professor & Head,
Center for International Reations

Cell:9313487857, 9996161518
E-Mail satishksingh@hotmail.com, singhsatis@gmail.com

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS
A. Books- Self authored
 
  1. 2013 “INDIAN FOREIGN POLICY AND ITS NEIGHBOURS”
  2. 2014 “INDIA AND HIMALAYAN Countries: pages 190, Published by Segment Pulication, New Delhi (ISBN 93-81513-06-8)
  3. 2014, “INDIAN FOREIGN AND NEW CHALLENGES (BOOK IN HINDI) RAJKAMAL PUBLICATION, NEW DELHI, (In Pipeline)
  4. Monograph on China’s Expansion and Intervention in Hindi Published by India Policy Foundation, New Delhi
CHAPTERS CONTRIBUTED IN EDITED BOOKS  
  1. 2011: KUMAR, SATISH, “INDIA AND HIMALAYAN STATES”, pages 70-82 Edited by DAVID SCOTT, HANDBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, ROUTLEDGE INTERNATIONAL, LONDON PP 89-99 , ISBN (978-1-85743-552-8(hbk)
  2. Kumar, satish, “Challenges of Governance and Security in South Asia” pages 40-52 Edited By Saurabh and BC Upreti: Strengthening SAARC; Exploring Vistas for Expanded Cooperation published by Pentagon Press, 2012 ISBN (9788182745834)
  3. Kumar, Satish, “Anti-Indian Sentiments in Nepal and Emerging Threats” Pages 281-294 Edited by B.C Upreti, ‘State and Democratic Nepal’ published by Kalinga Publications, 2010( ISBN 978-81-87644-85-9)
  4. Kumar, Satish, “China’s Penetration in Nepal and Its Impacts” pages 197-207 edited by Saurabh & NP Chaudhary ‘Constitutional Evolution in Nepal’ published by Pentagon Press, Delhi 2011 (ISBN9788182745674)
  5. Kumar, Satish “Microfinance and Rural Women Empowerment in India” pages 116-124 edited by Babita Agrawal on Indian Women: A giant Power, published by ADB Publishers Jaipur ISBN 978-81-8376-194-9
Papers in the Seminar Proceeding with ISBN  
  1. Kumar, Satish, “Manipulation of Data and Indian Politics” Organised by Central University of Haryana
  2. Kumar, Satish, “Changing Dynamics of Naxal Problems with Special reference to Bihar” pages 245-254 organised by Central University of Haryana On National Seminar Inclusive Democracy: People, Power and People May 30-31 May, 2012)
  3. Kumar, Satish “Information Technology and Ethical Values” Proceeding of National Seminar on Information Technology August 31-September 1, 2007) organised by Asia-Pacific Institute of Management, New Delhi
  4. Kumar, Satish “Declining Naxalism in Central Bihar” pages 8-16 A National Seminar on Human Rights Movement in India and Challenges before National Security, March 15-16, 2011 organised by Dept. Of Political Science Hemwati Nandan Bahugunna Govt. College, Allahabad ISBN 978-81-921037-3-0
Refresher Course, Orientation Course and Summer Workshop Attended  
  1. Attended Refresher course organised by Academic Staff College Jawaharlal Nehru University from 2.4.2012 to 27.04.2012
  2. Attended Orientation Course organised by Academic Staff College Patna University from 18th August to 14th September 2004
  3. Participated and presented papers on Nuclear Conflict in South Asia organised by Regional Centre for Strategic Studies, Colombo from 5th to 14 January, 2002
Projects
 
  1. Minor Project from UGC Submitted in 2012 on Status of Minority Community: A Case Study of Phulwari Block, Patna Bihar
  2. Major Project is submitted in ICSSR ‘Naxalism and New Trends’, 2014
Research Articles  
  1. Kumar, Satish “ Silent Revolution in Bihar” Mainstream vol LI No 12, March 9,2013 pages 19-22
  2. Kumar, Satish “China’s Gain and India’s Loss: Himalayan Frontiers” pages 105-115, First Journal of Central University of Haryana ISSN 2348-3377, Volume 01, Number01 March 2014-04-14
  3. Kumar, Satish “India’s relations with Neighbours: Domestic Factors” NAM TODAY AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NON-ALIGNED MOVEMENT vol xxx, no-10, October 2013 ISSN 2347-3193
  4. Kumar, Satish “China’s Expanding Footprint in Nepal: Threats to India” pages 77-89 Journal of Defence Studies, IDSA, Vol.5 No.2 April, 2011 ISSN 0976-1004
  5. Kumar, Satish “Declining Naxalism from Central Bihar” pages 78-88, Journal of Defence Studies, IDSA Vol.4, No.4 October, 2010 ISSN 0976-1004
  6. Kumar, Satish, “Aid to Civil Authorities by Army in Bihar: : A case study r” Journal of Defence Studies, IDSA Vol.6 No 1, January 2012 ISSN 0976-1004
  7. Kumar, Satish “Ecological DAMAGE AND Development in Tibetan Plateau and Its Implications” Journal of Constitutional and Parliamentary Studies, VOL.46 No 3-4, July-December 2012 ISSN 0022-0043
  8. Kumar, Satish “China’s Expanding Feet in Nepal and Threats to India” Indian Journal of Nepalese Studies, BHU PAGES 35-46 vol.xvii, 2011 ISSN NO-0974-3634
  9. Kumar, Satish “ Naxal Problem in Central Bihar” pages 791-801, The Journal of Political science Volume LXXII, No. 3 July-Sept. 2011 ISSN NO. 0019-5510
  10. Kumar, Satish “Militant Islam: The Nemesis of Pakistan” pages 16-37 VOL 3, Number 6, AAKROSH January 2000
  11. Kumar, Satish “Look East and Myanamar” Hindi Article in Loktantra Samikha, Pages 130-141, Vol 44, Number 3-4, July-December 2012 ISN :0024-595X
  12. Kumar, Satish “Food Security and Starvation Deaths; Case Study of Palamu District, Jharkhand” pages 14-18 People’s Action, CAPART Vol.25 October-December 2002 ISSN 0970-3691
  13. Kumar, Satish “Anna Movement and Gandhian Satyagrha” pages 34-37 Kashi Journal of Social Sciences Vol.01 No-2, December-May, 2012 ISSN 2249-037X
  14. Kumar, Satish “Tibet Factor in India-China Relations” pages 425-428, World Focus 369 September, 2010 ISSN 2230-8458
  15. Kumar, Satish “India-Nepal Relations: New Dynamics and Challenges” World Focus Pages 55-60 World Focus April, 2012 ISSN 2230-8458
  16. Kumar, Satish “Indo-Pakistan Relations and Afghanistan Factor” World Focus pages 45-49 January, 2012 (385) ISSN 2230-8458
  17. Kumar, Satish “India’s Future Plan for Afghanistan” 39-45 World Focus, September, 2013 (405) ISSN 2230-8458
  18. Kumar, Satish “India-Bangladesh Relations and Problems of North East India” pages 80-84, World Focus February 2012, ISSN 2230-8458
  19. Kumar, Satish “Domestic Problems in Myanmar and India-Myanmar Relations” pages39-43, World Focus , October 2013 (406) ISSN 2230-8458
  20. Kumar, Satish & Dr. Ranjit Singh “Climate Change on Tibetan Plateau and its Implications for South Asia’ pages 47-52 World Focus February 2014, (410) ISSN 2230-8458
  21. Kumar, Satish “Has RTI Succeeded in Restoring Good Governance in India” World Focus pages 42-46 November, 2013 (407) ISSN 2230-8458
  22. Kumar, Satish “Look East Policy and Relations” Pages 74-80 (Hindi World Focus) January 2012, ISSN 2231-0185
  23. Kumar, Satish “South China Sea and India” pages 62-66 (Hindi World Focus) May, 2012 ISSN 2231-185
  24. Kumar, Satish “Impending Constitutional Crisis in Nepal” Mainstream VOL XLVIII No 20, May 2010 ISSN 0542-1462
  25. Kumar, satish “Need to Stop Politics on Human Rights” Mainstream volxlviii no 10, ISSN 0542-1462
  26. Kumar, Satish “Strategic Culture and the Congress Party” pages 23-27 May, 2014 ISSN 09710639
  27. Kumar, Satish ‘Venom Against Biharis” pages 28-33, ALIVE Monthly Research Magazine, Delhi Press January, 2011 ISSN 09710639
  28. Kumar, Satish “Bihar Flood Natural or Man Made” ALIVE Monthly Research Magazine, October 2008 ISSN 09710639
  29. Kumar, Satish “Obama’s Initiatives to Bring About Israel-Palestine Peacepages 12-15” ALIVE, November, 2009 ISSN 09710639
  30. Kumar,Satish “Connecting University with the Community” pages 48-51, ALIVE January, 2014 ISSN 09710639
  31. Satish, Kumar “Changing the Grammar of Higher Education” pages 104-107 ALIVE February, 2013, ISSN 09710639
  32. Satish Kumar, “Learning to Unlearn is the key to women’s empowerment” pages 32-35 ALIVE October, 2012 ISSN 09710639
  33. Kumar, Satish “The USA AND Africa” pages 10-12 September, 2009 ALIVE ISSN 09710639
  34. Kumar, Satish “UN MEET AND ITS RELEVANCE TO WORLD POLITICS” PAGES 10-12 ALIVE ISSN 09710639
  35. Kumar, satish “Indo-Kazakh Relations” pages 112-114 ALIVE,March, 2009 ISSN 09710639
  36. Kumar, satish “Indo-Bangla Relations: Entering a new phases” March, 2012 ISSN 09710639
  37. Kumar, Satish “Tibet Card Slipping from the USA’S Hands” PAGES 74-76 ALIVE ISSN 09710639
  38. Kumar, Satish “India-Russia Concerns on Afghanistan” pages 20-22 ALIVE, October, 2010 ISSN 09710639
  39. Kumar, Satish “Status of elementary education and RTE IN India” pages 96-98 ALIVE ISSN 09710639
  40. Kumar, SATISH “Impending Constitutional Crisis in Nepal” pages 124-126 ALIVE ISSN 09710639
  41. Kumar, Satish “ Ghost in water after flood” pages 90-92 ALIVE April, 2008 ISSN 09710639
  42. Kumar, Satish ‘ Indo-Central Asia Relations: Energy Crisis” pages 16-18 ALIVE ISSN 09710639
  43. Kumar, Satish ‘Bihar: Ending Naxalism Block by Block Lessons from Sandesh 83-88 Block, Vol 2 No 12, January 2009
  44. Kumar, Satish Failure to Counter Naxalism in Bihar: An Indigenous View pages 81-88 Vol 4 No 10 November 2010
  45. Kumar, Satish Naxalism :Bihar: A Special Report Key Trends 83-87 Vol 2 No 5 June 2008
Participated and Presented paper in Seminar and Workshop
  International
  1. International Seminar on Peace Building in a Conflict-Ridden World; 21-22nd of February, 2014 organised by Rajiv Gandhi Chair in Contemporary Studies, Allahabad. My paper was on “Maoist Forces will be a threat to Peace in India”
  2. International Seminar on ‘Global Politics and Governance in 21st Century: Emerging Trends and Global Concerns” on 22&23 March, 2014 organised by Dept. of Political Science, BBAU, Lucknow. My paper was “Tibetan Plateau and Climatic Change”
  3. UGC-Sponsored International Seminar on Constitutional Crisis in Nepal on 22nd of January, 2011, organised by B.R Ambedkar Bihar University, Muzaffarpur
  4. An International Seminar on India Nepal Relations on 28th-30th, 2011 organised by Banaras Hindu University, Centre for the study of Nepal; my paper was on ‘China’s Expanding Feet in Nepal and Threats to India’
  5. An International Seminar on India-Nepal Relations: The Emersing Issues and Challenges of Cooperation on 22-23 March, 2013 organised by South Asia Studies, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur. My paper was on ‘ Tibet Factor in India-Nepal Relations’
National Seminar
  1. National Seminar on Social Justice- A Historical Study on 12-13th March 2014, Organised by Mihir Bhoj P.G College, Dadri CCSU Meerut UP. My paper was on ‘Social Justice and Inclusive Democracy’
  2. National Seminar on Challenges to South Asian Region on 19-2- March, 2013 organised by Motilal Nehru College, University of Delhi. My paper was ‘ Nuclerisation of South Asia’
  3. National Seminar on Strengthening Cooperation in SAARC: In the Context of Non-Traditional Security Threats on 11-12th February, 2011. My paper was ‘Challenges of Governance and Security in South Asia’
  4. National Seminar on India’s Foreign Policy in South Asia in the 21st Century: Changing Dimensions and Perspectives on 4-5th March, 2013. My paper was ‘India’s Foreign Policy and Challenges in Nepal’
  5. National Seminar on ‘Empowerment of Women in India: Issues and Challenges on 19th of February, 2012 organised by CCSU Meerut. My paper was ‘Post-Feminist India’
  6. National Seminar on India on South Asia: Opportunities and Challenges in A Globalised World on 5-6th, 2010. My paper was on ‘India and the Himalayan States’
  7. National Seminar on ‘Inclusive Democracy: People, Power and Progress’ on 30-31 May, 2012 My paper was ‘Changing Dynamics of Naxal Problems with special reference to Bihar’
  8. National Seminar on ‘Social Justice in India: Constitutional Vision and Reality” organised by the Rajiv Gandhi Chair in Contemporary Studies of Allahabad University on 17-19th 2009
  9. National Seminar on Human Rights Movement in India and Challenges before National Security, organised by Hemwati Nanadan Bahuguna Govt. P.G College Allahabad on 15-16th March, 2011
  10. National Seminar on India in Emerging Asia-Pacific: Challenges and Opportunities on 28-29th March, 2012 organised by Delhi University
  11. National Seminar on ‘Impact of Economic Reforms on Generating Employment Opportunities in Indian Economy’ December 20-21, 2008
  12. National Conference of Uttar Pradesh Political Science Association, 16th Annual Conference on 8-9th September, 2003.
  13. 52nd Annual All India Conference by IPSA(Indian Political Science Association) organised by Dept. of Political Science, CCSU Meerut
  14. XXV India Geography Congress: National Association of Geographers organised by Dept. of Geography CCSU Meerut on 27-29 December, 2003
  15. National Seminar on Communication Revolution and Emerging Social Order organised by Indian Research Association on 21-22 February, 2004