Dr. Mun Kalita

Dr.  Mun Kalita
Dr. Mun Kalita
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Assistant Professor
Education

Profile

Education:

  1. Bachelor’s Degree: B.A. (Major in Education from Cotton College, Gauhati University),
  2. Master’s Degree: M.A. (Education from Gauhati University), Assam.
  3. Ph.D.: Ph.D. (Education from Gauhati University), Assam.
  4. Others: B.Ed. (Gauhati University), Assam
Professional Experience:
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Education, Dibrugarh University since 30th March, 2007 till date.
Areas of Interest/ Specialization:
  • Special and Inclusive Education,
  • Educational Psychology,
  • Educational Technology,
  • Educational Planning and Management

Research Projects:

  1. Project entitled “Effect of Intervention Strategies on the level of Awareness of Elementary School Teachers’ of Assam towards Inclusive Education”. Project Amount –3,50,000.00/-, Funding Agency- Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), Session- 2016-2017 (Independent).
Ph.D Scholars:

Sl. No.

Name

Topic of the Research

Status

(On-going /Completed)

1

Ms. Mitali Sonowal

To be finalised

JRF (To be registered)

2

Mr.Kunjamukul Gogoi

To be finalised

Pre- Registration

Course-work completed

M. Phil Scholars:

Sl. No.

Name

Topic

Status

(On-going /Completed)

1

Chumki Das

A Study of Anxiety and Adjustment of the Children with Special Needs of Dibrugarh District

Completed

(2013)

2

Bidisha Borchetia

Creativity of Secondary School Students in Relation to their Adjustment and Academic Achievement: A Study in the North West Educational Block of Jorhat District, Assam

Completed

(2014)

3

Mitali Sonowal

A Study on Metacognitive Awareness and Academic Achievement of Higher Secondary Level Students of Dibrugarh District

Completed

(2015)

4

Atul Baro

Academic Achievement of Scheduled Tribe Students of Class X of Rangia Sub-Division of Kamrup (Rural) District, Assam in Relation to their Intelligence and Socio-Economic Status

Dissertation Submitted

(2016)

 
Conferences / Seminars/ Workshops Attended:
  1. Workshop: On ‘Research Report Writing’ at OKDISCD, Guwahati

Coordinator of Workshop/Awareness Programme:

  1. Coordinator, MHRD sponsored Six Day Awareness Programme on “Inclusion of Pupils with Learning Differences in Schools” organized by Department of Education, Dibrugarh University from 4th – 10th January, 2013.
  2. Coordinator of one MHRD sponsored Three Day Awareness Programme on “Disability and Inclusive Education” organized by Department of Education, Dibrugarh University from 9th – 11th July, 2014.

Administrative Assignments:

  • Warden, Girls’ Hostel for Professional Courses, Dibrugarh University from August 2009 to July 2015.
  • Member, Hostel Management Committee, Dibrugarh University from August 2009 to July 2015.
  • Chairperson, Departmental Management Committee, Department of Education, Dibrugarh University for the session 2010-2011.
  • Member, "Gender Sensitisation and Complaint Committee for Sexual Harassment" (GSCCSH), Dibrugarh University from 2013 to 2016.

Member of Professional/Non- Professional Bodies:

  • Life Member, All India Association for Educational Research (AIAER).
  • Life Member, North East India Education Society (NEIES).
  • Life Member, CLDS Memorial Education Society, Rewari, Haryana.
  • Life Member, Council of Teacher Education(CTE), India
  • Life Member, The Centre for Environment, Education and Economic Development (CEEED), An organization under NGO partnership system, Planning Commission, Govt. of India & Partner of United Nations Decade of Biodiversity.

Publications

  1. Kalita, M. (2011). ‘A Comparative Study of Self-Concept of Normal and Visually Impaired Adolescent Students of Assam.’ Journal of Educational & Psychological Research, 1(2), pp-59-62, ISSN-2230-9586.
  2. Saikia, P. & Kalita, M. (2012). ‘A Study on the Mental Health Status of Adolescent Students in Relation to Gender and Caste.’ In the Peer Reviewed International Journal of Thoughts on Education, 1(1), pp-70-75, ISSN-2320-4710.
  3. Kalita, M. (2012). ‘A Study on the Self-Concept of Adolescents Studying at Secondary School in Relation to their Academic Achievement’. In the Peer Reviewed International Journal of Education for All, 1(1), pp- 44-48, ISSN- 2319-2437.
  4. Kalita, M. & Saha, K. (2012). ‘Emotional Adjustment of Normal and Visually Impaired Adolescent Students: A Comparative Study.’ International Journal of Academic Research Reflector (Online Journal), 1(5), pp- 101-104, ISSN- 2277-7342.
  5. Ghosh, S & Kalita, M. (2014). ‘A Study on the Learning Style Preferences of Secondary School Students of Dibrugarh District in Relation to Gender’. Educational Trends, Vol. 4(2), pp-40-49, ISSN- 0976-870X.
  6. Ghosh, S & Kalita, M. (2015). ‘A Study on Learning Style Preferences of Secondary School Students of Dibrugarh Town of Assam in Relation to Medium of Instruction’ in the journal ‘EDUCATION: NORTH EAST’, a Referred Journal of the North East India Education Society, Shillong, Vol-18 (2), pp- 25-31, ISSN-0973-4902.
  7. Kalita, M. (2015). ‘Effect of Intervention Strategies on the level of Awareness of Elementary School Teachers towards Inclusive Education in the journal of ‘Educational & Psychological Research’ a Biannual Interdisciplinary Peer Reviewed Referred International Journal on Education and Psychology. CLDS Memorial Education Society, Rewari (Haryana) ‘Vol-5 (2), pp-148-152, ISSN-2230-9586.
  8. Ghosh, S & Kalita, M. (2015). ‘A Study on Learning Style Preferences of Secondary School Students of Dibrugarh Town of Assam in Relation to Management of School’ in the ‘Vidya Journal of Creative Teaching’ a Peer Reviewed Referred Journal, Meerut-250002, Vol-2 (2), pp-15-20, ISSN- 2349-7424.
  9. Kalita, M. (2015). ‘Attitude and Awareness of B. Ed. Students towards Inclusion of Pupils with Learning Differences- A Study on the Effect of Intervention Strategies’. In the International Journal of ‘Psychology and Education’. Westwind Publishing House, Mumbai ,Vol-2 (10), pp- 10-16, ISSN-2321-8606.
  10. Kalita, M. (2015). ‘Emotional Intelligence of Normal and Visually Impaired Adolescent Students: A Comparative Study’ In the Peer Reviewed International journal of ‘Education & Psychological Research’. Vol-4 (3), pp- 55-57, Print ISSN -2349-0853, e-ISSN-2279-0179 (http://www.ijepr.org).
  11. Borchetia, B. & Kalita, M (2016). ‘Creativity of Secondary School Students in Relation to their Adjustment: A study in the North- West Educational Block of Jorhat District of Assam’. In the Peer Reviewed International Journal of ‘Education and Psychological Research (IJEPR)’. Vol-5 (1), pp-44-48 Print ISSN: 2349-0853 e-ISSN: 2279-0179

Publication of Book Chapters and Conference Proceeding:

  1. Bhuyan, P., Kalita, M. & Das, C. (2013). ‘Functioning of IQAC: A post NAAC Implementation Approach in Colleges of Assam with special reference to the Colleges of Dibrugarh District’. In R. R. Saikia (Ed.), Globalization and Higher Education in India .Unika Prakashan, Jorhat, Assam, pp-74-89, ISBN- 978-93-82030-34-8.
  2. Kalita, M. & Das, C. (2015). ‘A Comparative Study between Working and School going Adolescents in Relation to some Dimensions of Mental Health’. In Dr. Anjan Saikia edited Book ‘Health Education’, A.P.H. Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, pp- 81-88, ISBN- 978-93-313-2482-5.
  3. Kalita, M., Bhuyan, P., & Das, C. (2015). ‘Teacher Awareness and Teacher Attitude towards Inclusion of Pupils with Learning Differences-A study’. In  Lokman Ali & Anjan Saikia edited Book ‘Issues and Challenges of Teacher Education’, EBH Publishers (India), Guwahati, pp- 166-171, ISBN- 978-93-83252-26-8.
  4. Borchetia, B. & Kalita, M. (2016). ‘Creativity and Academic Achievement of Secondary School Students: A study in the North- West Educational Block of Jorhat District of Assam’. Published in the Proceeding of the International Seminar on “Socio-Economic Development of South Asian Countries- Past, Present and Beyond”, Global Publishing House (India),  pp- 407-413, ISBN: 978-93-81563-64-9.
  5. Baro, A & Kalita, M (2016). ‘Academic Achievement of Scheduled Caste Students of Class X of Rangia Town of Kamrup (Rural) District of Assam in Relation to their Socio-Economic Status’. Published in the Proceeding of the UGC Sponsored National Seminar on “Quality Issues in School Education with Special reference to North East India”. Global Publishing House (India), pp- 60-72, ISBN: 978-93-81563-83-0.

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