Educational Qualification : Ph.d in Arts from Jadavpur University,
Kolkata in 2013.

Designation : Assistant Professor in Sociology

E-Mail Id : tumpamukherjee5@gmail.com,
: tumpamukherjee@hotmail.com

Teaching and Research Interest: Gender Studies, Human Rights, Policing in India with special reference to Community Policing, Prison Studies.

Paper Presentations :

International Conferences:

(i)‘Policing in India Today : a Critical Appraisal’ presented at the 7th Annual Asian Association of Police Studies (AAPS) conference hosted jointly by AAPS and Royal Thai Police Academy, Bangkok, Thailand, 4th-7th September 2006.

(ii)Presented a paper ‘Negotiating Violence in the Private Sphere : Few Case Studies’ at the UGC-CPE Sponsored International Conference on Gender & Empowerment organized by Bijoy Krishna Girls’ College, Howrah in Collaboration with School of Women’s Studies, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, on 16th and 17th December, 2016.

(iii)Presented a paper ‘Calcutta / Kolkata through the Lens of Crime’ at the International Seminar on the History and Heritage of Bengal on 24th January 2018 at the Pabna University of Science and Technology, organized by the Pabna University of Science and Technology, Pabna, Bangladesh and Prabahaman Bangla Charcha, Kolkata, India.

(iv)Presented a paper ‘Women in Kolkata Police (West Bengal, India)’ at the 5th International Congress of Bengal Studies, held during 25th -28th January 2018 at Jahangirnagar University, Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

(v)Presented a paper ‘Problems of Working Women – From Colonial to Contemporary Times’, at the two day International Seminar on ‘Contemporary Issues of Women Education in the Global Context’, organized by the Department of Education, Diamond Harbour Women’s University, Sarisha, West Bengal, on 3rd and 4th September 2018.

(vi)Presented a paper ‘Institutional Access to Justice for Victims of Violence Against Women – Women Police Stations in West Bengal’ at the 7th International Conference on Victim Assistance held at the O.P.Jindal Global University, Delhi, NCR, India on 26th -27th October 2018.

National:

(i)Presented a paper ‘Are Women in Police Empowered’ at the U.G.C. sponsored
Two Day National Seminar on ‘Women’s Journey Towards Empowerment : A Myth
or A Reality’ jointly organized by Ramakrishna Sarada Mission
Vivekananda Vidyabhavan and Women’s Studies Centre, Lady Brabourne
College, on 8th April 2017.

(ii)Presented a paper ‘ Sexual Violence and the Role of State – A Study of
Women Police Stations in West Bengal’ at the XV National Conference on
Women’s Studies, organized by the Indian Association of Women’s Studies,
held in the University of Madras, Chennai, from 22nd to 25th January 2017.

(iii)Presented a paper ‘From Karaghar (Jail) to Correctional Home’ at the 39th All
India Criminology Conference of the Indian Society of Criminology, held from
22nd September 2016 to 24th September 2016 at the National Law University, Odisha.

(iv)Presented a paper entitled ‘Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace in Police-
A Micro Study’ at the UGC sponsored National Seminar on ‘Women Empowerment :
A Third World Perspective’ organized by the Department of Geography, Sivnath
Sastri College, Kolkata, in collaboration with the Centre for Studies in SocialScience,Kolkata.

(v)Presented a paper ‘Her’ Story in Police in India at an ICSSR sponsored Two Days National Seminar on ‘Indian Police : Expectations, Performance and Constraints’ on 5th November 2014 organised by the DAV College, Jalandhar, Punjab with the cooperation and collaboration of Punjab Police (through video-conferencing).

(vi)Presented a paper titled ‘Cultural Therapy in Correctional Homes in West Bengal’ at the two-day National Workshop titled ‘Embodying Gender: Body and Dance in Social Context’ organized by the School of Women’s Studies, Jadavpur University held on 28th -29th March 2014 at Jadavpur University, Kolkata.

(vii)Presented a paper titled ‘From Social Worker to Professionals: “Her” Story in Police in India’ in the Sub Theme Documenting Gendered Histories : National, Regional and Local at the 14th National Conference on Women’s Studies on ‘Equality, Pluralism and the State : Perspectives from the Women’s Movement’ organized by Indian Association for Women’s Studies, New Delhi in collaboration with Cotton College State University, Guhawati and Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Guhawati, held in Gauhati University from 4th to 7th February 2014.

(viii)Presented a paper ‘Women in Police in India- Problems and Future Prospects’ at a National Seminar on ‘Society, Governance and Police: India in the Post Millennium Period’ organized by the Department of Political Science, University of Kalyani in collaboration with Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies, Kolkata and Indian Council of Social Science Research, New Delhi on 18th November 2013.

(ix)Participated at a group discussion on the ‘Organized Response to increase Number of Women in Police’ at the 4th National Conference of Women in Police, held on 15th-17th September 2010, at Bhubaneswar, hosted by Orissa Police in collaboration with the Bureau of Police Research and Development, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi.

Local Conferences:

(i)Presented a paper ‘Women in Prisons : Problems and Perspectives’ at the State Level Annual Two Day Seminar on ‘Women in 21st Century : Issues and Challenges’ organized by the Department of Sociology, Rabindra Bharati University, on 27th March 2018.

(ii)Delivered a talk at the state-level workshop on ‘Research Methodology’ organized by the Department of
Sociology, Rabindra Bharati University, on 20th -21st February ,2017.

(iii) Delivered a lecture on ‘New Legal Provision Related to Violence Against Women in India’ as a part of Inter-
Disciplinary Extension Lecture Programme under Faculty Development Programme of Women’s Christian College on
24th March 2014.

(iv) Presented a paper ‘Women Police – Path to Empowerment: Rhetoric or Reality (in Indian context with special
reference to West Bengal)’ at the School of Women’s Studies, Jadavpur University, as a part of SRTT Fieldwork
Fellowship Program on 27th November 2008.

(v) Delivered a lecture ‘Women Police in Community Policing: A Comparative Study of Kolkata Police with West
Bengal Police’ at the School of Women’s Studies, Jadavpur University on 11th September 2007.

Invited as Speakers/ Resource Persons:

(i) Participated in an interactive awareness campaign on ‘Juvenile Crime – A Multi Dimensional Perspective’ organized by the Department of Political Science, Jangipur College, Murshidabad on 12th December 2015.

(ii) Delivered a talk on ‘ Women Prisoners and Women Police’ in Special Lecture Series in the Department of Sociology, Rabindra Bharati University to the students of Semester III (Post-Graduate) on 14th September 2016.

(iii) Invited to conduct a session on ‘Sex and Gender Construction: Portrayal in Indian Films’ on 8th March 2017 for a short term course on ‘Gender Justice –Emerging Issues, Trends and Challenges’ organized by the Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, from 6th March-10th March 2017.

(iv) Invited to give a talk on ‘Sexual Harassment at Workplace in Police and Correctional Services –Few Case Studies’ at a two-day National Seminar titled ‘Economic Empowerment and Violence against Women –Understanding the Backlash’ on 16th March 2017, at the Centre for Women’s Studies, Visva Bharati University.

(v) Delivered a lecture on ‘Corporal Punishment to Rehabilitation of Prisoners’ in the Department of History, Diamond Harbour Women’s University on 17th May 2017.

(vi) Invited to present a paper on ‘Women as Prison Administrators with Special Reference to West Bengal’ at the National Conference on ‘Uniformed Women in Prison Administration’ on 15th September 2017 organized by the Bureau of Police Research and Development, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi.

(vii) Participated as Lead Speaker delivering lecture on ‘Education and Change –Mainstreaming of Prisoners in our Society’ at the State sponsored National Seminar on Education and Culture organized by Vivekananda College for Women, Barisha on 4th and 5th April 2018.

(viii) Participated as a Resource Person at a panel discussion on ‘Trafficking of Women and Children’ in the two day National Consultation Workshop on Increasing Vulnerabilities, Facing Challenges and Women’s Leadership and Movement organized by the Women’s Studies Centre and Dr.B.R.Ambedkar Studies Centre, Rabindrabharati
University, Apne Aap Women Worldwide, Struti Disability Rights Centre, 21st Century Knowledge Initiative, University of Calcutta supported by Indian Association for Women’s Studies, Eastern Region and National Alliance of Women Organization on 19th and 20th November 2018 at the Jorasanko Campus of the Rabindrabharati University.

(ix) Acted as Resource Person in the one day Seminar-cum-Workshop on ‘Crime and Violence Against Women’ jointly organized by the UGC sponsored Women’s Studies Centre, Lady Brabourne College, Department of History , Diamond Harbour Women’s University on 27th November 2018 at Lady Brabourne College.

(x) Invited as Resource Person for the Panel Discussion on ‘Understanding and Analyzing the Socio-Legal Contours of Cyber Crime and Violence Against Women’ at the Amity Law School, Amity University, Chattisgarh, for the National Conference on Cyber Crimes and Women: Precautions and Strategies, sponsored by the National Commission for Women , on 28th March 2019.

(xi) Invited as a Resource Person for a Panel Discussion on ‘ Indian films are becoming Increasingly Gender Sensitive’ at a State-Level Seminar on ‘History and Films : An Ongoing Dialogue’ organized by the Department of History, Diamond Harbour Women’s University on 10th May 2019.

(xii) Invited as a Resource Person For a Webinar ‘ Remembering the Women Pioneers who shaped Bengal’ organized by Brahmo Samaj on 23rd February 2021. Spoke on Suprabha Ray.

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Publications :

Books Published:

1. Community Policing in India. A Sociological Perspective, Progressive Publisher, Kolkata, 2006. ISBN: 81-8064-114-7

2. Women in Police in India. A Journey from Periphery to Core, Rawat Publications, Jaipur and New Delhi., 2020. ISBN: 978-81-316-1136-4.

3. Suprabha Ray. The Unvanquished, Avenel Press, Kolkata, 2020. ISBN : 978-81-947992-3-8.

Books Edited:
1. Indian Prisons : Towards Reformation, Rehabilitation and Resocialization edited by
Dr. K. Jaishankar, Tumpa Mukherjee, Priti Bhardwaj, Megha Desai, Atlantic Publishers,
New Delhi, 2014. ISBN: 978-81-269-1950-5.

Articles Published in Books:

1. ‘Crimes in Sunderbans : A Sociological Perspective’, In Sunderbans Problems and Prospects, edited by Samit Kar, acb publications, Kolkata, 2005, pp. 114-124.

2. ‘Policing in India: Contemporary Issues and Introspection’ In International Perspective on Crime and Justice, edited by K. Jaishankar, Cambridge Scholar Publishing, New Castle, U.K., 2009, pp. 271-289. ISBN: 978-1-4438-0198-0.

3. ‘Cyber Crime in Kolkata’ In Cyber Crime and Digital Disorder, edited by P. Madhava Soma Sundaram and Syed Umarhathab, Publication Division, Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tamil Nadu, 2011, pp. 15-22. ISBN: 978-93-81402-19-1.

4. ‘Women Inmates in Correctional Homes in West Bengal’ In The Rights of the Wrongs Human Rights in India, edited by Dr. Ajanta Paul, Avenel Press, Kolkata, 2013, pp. 225-241.ISBN: 978-93-80761-33-6.

5. ‘Domestic Violence’ In Socio-Economic Justice and Women’s Right, edited by Suresh Mani Tripathi, Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany, 2014.ISBN: 978-3-659-66269-0

6. ‘Women in Police in India’ In The ‘Other’ Universe: An Anthology of Women’s Studies, edited by Aparna Bandyopadhyay and Krishna Dasgupta, Setu Prakashani and Women’s Studies Centre, Lady Brabourne College, Kolkata, 2015, pp. 521- 533. ISBN: 978-93-80677-73-6.

7. ‘Training of Subordinate Officers in Police (Civil) in India : An Introspection’ In Indian Police. Expectations, Performances and Constraints, edited by Dr.Raj Kumar & Dr. Kunwar Vijay Pratap Singh, IPS, Kautilya Law Society: Chandigarh, 2016, pp. 89-102. ISBN: 978-81-929203-1-3

8. ‘From Women to Police Women : Domestic Violence Among Women in Uniform’ In Indian Police. Expectations, Performances and Constraints edited by Dr.Raj Kumar & Dr. Kunwar Vijay Pratap Singh, IPS, Kautilya Law Society: Chandigarh, 2016, pp. 182-194. ISBN: 978-81-929203-1-3

9. “Women Police : Their ‘Unexplored’ Private Sphere” In Police In the Contemporary Society, edited by Dr. Janaki M.C. And Anil Kumar S, IGGA Publication House, Mysuru, 2017, pp. 1-46. ISBN: 978-81-933650-0-7

10. ‘ Are Women in Police Empowered ?’ In Women’s Journey Towards Empowerment. A Myth or a Reality?, edited by Bidisha Chatterjee, Tanju Datta, Payel Bose Biswas, Towards Freedom, Kolkata, 2018, pp.161 -163. ISBN: 978-81-8206-073-9.

11. ‘ A Micro Study of Women in Underworld : An Indian Perspective’ In Gender and History, edited by Rekha Pande, Rawat Publication, New Delhi, 2018, pp.197-206. ISBN: 978-81-316-0941-5

12. ‘Two Generations: Letters written by the Rays’ In Satyajit Bheeno Mane Annyo Kone, edited by Banibrata Mukhopadhyay and Sourav Chakraborty, Simika Publishers, Kolkata, 2021, pp.105-110. ISBN:978-81-950102-6-4

Journal Publications:

(i) ‘Policing in India today with Special Reference to Community Policing’, in the Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Scottish Church College, Number 1, January 2004, pp. 227-236.

(ii) ‘Community Policing: A Sociological Perspective’, in Socialist Perspective, Vol. 31, No.3-4, Dec 03-March 04, pp. 151-164. ISSN: 0970-8863.

(iii) ‘Innovative Policing Schemes implemented by Kolkata Police’, in the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy Journal, Vol. 56, No. 2, July – Dec 2004, pp. 63-66.

(iv) ‘Community Policing in Kolkata’, in Indian Police Journal, Jan-March 2005, Bureau of Police Research & Development, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, pp. 7-13.

(v) ‘Rape : A Sociological Study’, in West Bengal Political Science Review, Vol. VIII, No. I & II, Jan-Dec 2005, pp. 316-328. ISSN: 2230-8296.

(vi) ‘The ‘Rape of Human Values’, in Samajtattva (bi-lingual), Association for Social Studies Vol. XI, Issue II, December 2005, pp. 11-21.

(vii) ‘Crimes Committed upon Senior Citizens in Urban India: A Case Study analysis in Ageing and Society’, The Indian Journal of Gerontology, Vol. XV, No. III & IV, July-September 2005, October-December 2005, pp. 55-74. ISSN: 0971-8060

(viii) ‘Role of Police in Prevention of Crimes committed upon Senior Citizens’, in Indian Police Journal, Vol. LIII, No.2, April-June 2006 Bureau of Police Research & Development, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, pp. 43-49.

(ix) ‘A Comparative Study of Two Correctional Home in Kolkata: A Sociological Perspective’, in Socialist Perspective, Dec 2007-March 2008, Vol. 35, No. 3-4. ISSN: 0970-8863.

(x) ‘The Sociology of Prison: An Empirical Study of Alipore Women’s Correctional Home’, published in the Socialist Perspective, Vol.42, No. 3-4, December 2014-March 2015, pp.189-201. ISSN : 0970-8863.

(xi) ‘Nigel Akkara: From a Sociological Perspective’, published in the Pakistan Journal of Criminology, Vol.7, No. 1, Jan-June 2015, pp.17-27. ISSN : 2074-2738 (Print), 2222-6648 (Online).

(xii) ‘Dance Therapy in Correctional Homes in West Bengal –Rhetoric or Reality?’, published in the Indian Journal of Socio-Legal Studies, Vol. IV, Issue II, July-Dec 2015, pp.17-25. ISSN : 2320-8562.

(xiii) ‘Nigel Akkara: A Case Study ( A Socio-Criminological Analysis)’, published in The West Bengal Political Science Review, Vol. XVIII, No. 1 and 2, 2015-16, pp.378- 406. ISSN: 2320-8296.

(xiv) ‘Nigel Akkara: A Sociological Study’, published in the Indian Journal of Socio-Legal Studies, Vol. V, Issue I, Jan-June2016, pp. 25-38. ISSN : 2320-8562.

(xv) ‘Prakton –one step forward or two steps backward?’, published in the Indian Journal of Socio-Legal Studies, Vol. V, Issue II, July- December 2016, pp.5-8. ISSN : 2320-8562.

(xvi) ‘Women in Police in India: Emerging Trends and Future Prospects’, published in Aureole. An Academic Journal, Vol.6&7 (No.2), 2016, pp.80-91. ISSN: 0976-9625.

(xvii) ‘Underworld in Calcutta/Kolkata 1946-2002’, published in the Vidyasagar University Journal of History Vol.6 (2017-18), pp.32-45. ISSN: 2321-0834.

(xviii) ‘Women in Kolkata Police : Transition from Colonial to Post Colonial Phase’, published in Exploring History, June 2018, Vol.IX., No.1, pp.89-112. ISSN: 2230-8490.

(xix) ‘Women Police in India in International Law Enforcement’, published in Harvest Bi-Annual Online Journal, Vol. 3 (2); 2018, pp.1-6. ISSN :2456-6551.

(xx) ‘Innovative Safety Measures Adopted by Kolkata Police: A Micro Study of The Winners Team’ , published in Harvest Bi-Annual Online Journal, Vol. 4 (2 ); 2019, pp. 16-25.

(xxi) ‘Women in Kolkata Police : An Empirical Survey’, published in Socialist Perspective, Vol.46, No. 1 &2, 3& 4, June- September ‘18, and Dec’18 –March 19, pp.85-107. ISSN: 0970-8863.

Articles published in Magazine (print and online)

1. ‘Introduction of Criminology is the need of the Hour in West Bengal’, published in Cops Today
International, Vol.01, No.06. November –December 2016, pp.12-15 ISSN: 2456-0324.

2. ‘Pachaar: Human Trafficking in Celluloid’, published in Cops Today International, Vol. 01, No.64, July-
August 2016, pp.14-18. ISSN: 2456-0324

3. ‘Community Policing in Kolkata Police’, published in Cops Today International Magazine, Vol.01, No.2 ,
March- April 2016, pp.12-13.

4. ‘Women in Police: An Indian Perspective’, published in Cops Today International Magazine, Issue No: 3,
September-October 2015, pp. 6-8.

5. International Women in Law Enforcement – Leadership, Collaboration and Security-
A Report on Conference held at SVP National Police Academy, Hyderabad, 6th -8th October, 2015 published in
Cops Today International Magazine, Issue No: 3, September-October 2015, p.27.

6. Book Review – ‘Beyond Apu Brings Out the Versatility of Soumitra Chatterjee’, published in Silhouette
Magazine. A publication on Cinema and Allied Art Forms. Published on 19th April 2016. ISSN: 2231-699X
learningandcreativity.com/silhouette/book-review-beyond-apu-brings-out-the versatility-of –soumitra-
chatterjee/

7. ‘Hindi Films 1950-2000 and the Emerging Trends – A Sociological Perspectives’, published in Silhouette
Magazine. A publication on Cinema and Allied Art Forms. Published on 23rd June 2016. ISSN: 2231-699X.
learningandcreativity.com/silhouette/hindi-films-1950s-2000-and-the-emerging-trends-a-sociological-
perspective.

8. ‘Nigel Akkara : A Journey From Underworld to Celluloid’, published in the ‘article of
the month section’, in Flimbuff, an international film journal. www.filmbuff.co.in/tumpa-mukherjee/nigel-
akkara-a-journey-from-underworld-to-celluloid/published in 2016.

9. A Report on ‘Amitava Nag’s Satyajit Ray’s Heroes and Heroines Launched’ published in Silhouette Magazine.
A publication on Cinema and Allied Art Forms. Published on 2nd February 2019. ISSN: 2231-699X.
learningandcreativity.com

10. ‘Women in Hindi Cinema in Post –Colonial India’ published in Silhouette Magazine. A publication on Cinema
and Allied Art Forms. Published on 10th June 2019.ISSN: 2231-699X. learningandcreativity.com

11. ‘The History of Women’s Foray into a Male Bastion’ published in The Kolkata Protector. A Magazine for the
Kolkata Police. June –July 2019, pp.46-52

12. ‘Policing the Coronavirus Outbreak’ published in the website lifebeyondnumbers.www.lifebeyondnumbers.com/
policing-the-coronavirus-outbreak/ published on 24th April 2020.

13. ‘Challenges and Role of Police in confronting COVID19’,published in the Cops Today International.
http://www.copstoday.info/challenges-and-role-of-police-in-confronting-covid-19/ published on 4th May 2020.

14. ‘My memorable visit to the Indo-Bangladesh Border’, published in the website lifebeyondnumbers.
www.lifebeyondnumbers.com/my-memorable-visit-to-the-indo-bangladesh-border/ published on 7th May 2020.

15. ‘Domestic Violence- A Deadly Virus we Are Fighting against’,published in the website lifebeyondnumbers.
www.lifebeyondnumbers.com/domestic-violence-a-deadly-viruus-we-are-fighting-against/ published on 16th
May 2020.

Articles Published in Newsletter:

(i) ‘Sexual Harassment at Workplace in Correctional Service: The Need for Gender Sensitization’, published in the Newsletter, Women’s Study Centre, Lady Brabourne College, Kolkata, Vol.4, March 2013, pp.34-35.
(ii) ‘Suprabha Ray –A Biographical Sketch’, published in the Newsletter, Women’s Studies Centre, Lady Brabourne College, Kolkata, Vol.08, March 2017. ISSN : 2395-4299.
(iii) ‘Preventing Crime Against Women in the Cyber World: An Indian Perspective’, published in the Newsletter, Women’s Studies Centre, Lady Brabourne College, Kolkata, Volume 10, March 2019. ISSN: 2395-4299.

Chapters Contributed as a Part of Research Project:

(a)‘Sexual Harassment at the Workplace : Foreign and Indian Laws’,(b) ‘Interagency Liaison for Tackling Sexual Harassment at Workplace’ for the research project on ‘Sexual Harassment at Workplace in Police’ conducted by Prof. A.K. Saxena (Retd.) Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, Hyderabad.

Articles Published as Conference Proceedings:

(i) ‘Policing in India today : A Critical Appraisal’ published in the Annual Conference Proceedings of Asian Association of Police Studies (AAPS) hosted jointly by AAPS and Royal Thai Police Academy, edited by Dr. Changwon Pyo and Dr. Thatchai Pitaneelaboot, pp. 67-76.
(ii) ‘Police and Human Rights in India’ published in the Proceedings of the UGC sponsored state level seminar on Human Rights and Displacement organized by the Department of Philosophy, Scottish Church College, Kolkata, pp. 89-100.

Newspaper Publications:

(a) ‘Bring in the Masses to Police’ published in the Fifth Column, The Telegraph, 24th June, 2003.
(b) ‘The People should serve as the Eyes and Ears of the Police’ published in the Platform Section, Kolkata
Live, Hindustan Times on 27th July 2003.
(c) ‘Toward the Oasis of Peace’ published in the Fifth Column, The Telegraph, 21st January 2005.
(d) ‘Bring Cheer to the Aged’ published in the Fifth Column, The Telegraph, 10th May 2006.
(e) ‘A History of Unfair Play’ published in the Fifth Column, The Telegraph, 25th May 2006.
(f) ‘Guard the Guards’ published in the Fifth Column, The Telegraph, 4th January 2007.
(g) ‘Peril on the Streets’ published in the Fifth Column, The Telegraph, 18th July 2007.
(h) ‘A Gilded Cage’ published in the Fifth Column, The Telegraph, 30th May 2016.
(i) ‘Under the thumb’ published in the Fifth Column, The Telegraph, 8th June 2016.
(j) ‘Crime Watch’ published in the Fifth Column, The Telegraph, 27th October 2016.

Workshop Attended

(i) Participated in the week-long workshop on ‘Qualitative Research Methods in Social Sciences’ organised by the Institute of Development Studies, Kolkata from
3rd February -7th February 2020.
(ii) Participated in the week-long workshop on ‘Quantitative Research Methods in Social Science Using SPSS’ during 30th January -4th February 2017 organised by the Institute of Development Studies, Kolkata.
(iii) Participated at a Workshop on ‘Protection of Women Against Domestic Violence (PWDVA), 2005’, held from 24th August 2015 to 26th August 2015 at the National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development, Regional Centre, Guwahati, Assam.
(iv) Participated at an Experiential Leadership Workshop held at the American Centre, Kolkata, on 9th–10th September 2010. The workshop was sponsored by the Department of State, United States Of America.

Memberships : Life Member of Indian Association of Women’s Studies.