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Teaching, psychological research, counselling, Mental Health

Location:
Uttar Pradesh, 202001, India
Salary:
4000-6000 Dirham
Posted:
January 27, 2016

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Dr. Nandita Chaube

Contact. No.:.

Mobile no:+917*********

E-mail:

acs96i@r.postjobfree.com

Postal address:

**-**** ******, ******* *****, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, INDIA-202001

Personal Data

Date of Birth:14/11/1984

Sex : Female

Nationality : Indian

Marital Status: Single

Languages Known: English, Hindi, Urdu.

Passport Number: J6729974

Passport expiry date: 14-04-2021

Objective

To work in a challenging organization where I will contribute in the growth of organization, enhance my skills and abilities that shall yield to the twin benefits of job satisfaction and steady professional growth.

Present Affiliation and Experience

Presently Working as Assistant Professor in Amity Institute of Behavioural and Allied Sciences in Amity University, Rajasthan

Work Experience: 3 years 3 Months

Subjects Taught

Gerontology and Health Psychology

Physical Health and Wellness

Abnormal Psychology

Psychotherapies

Group Psychotherapy

Organizational Psychology

Advance Counselling Skills

Social and Industrial Psychology

Gender Psychology

Personality Theories

Behavioural Science

Practicum

Classes Taught

Ph.D.

M.A.

B.A.

M.B.A.

B.Tech.

M.Tech.

Bio. Tech.

Law

BHM

BJMC

B.Arch.

Education

Ph.D. (Psychology) on “A Study of Anxiety Sensitivity, Stressful Life Events and Family Environment on Subjective Well-being of Epileptic Patients” in the year 2012 from Aligarh Muslim University.

P.G. Diploma in Guidance and Counselling from Annamalai University in 2009.

M.A. (Psychology) in 2007 with 68% of marks from Aligarh Muslim University

M.A. dissertation topic: To Study the Effect of Social Support on Psychological Well-being amongst AIDS patients.

B.A. Hons.(Psychology) in 2005 with 64% of marks from Aligarh Muslim University

Intermediate in 2002 with 67% of marks from U.P. Board

Papers Published

1.Nandita Chaube (2014). Paper entitled “Case Study: Depression” International Journal of Research in Social Sciences (ISSN: 2249-2496)

Impact Factor 4.567

2.Nandita Chaube (2014). Paper entitled “Case Study: Paranoid Schizophrenia”. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences (ISSN: 2249-2496) 4(4)749-61.

Impact Factor 4.567

3.Nandita Chaube (2014). Paper entitled “Assessment of Anxiety Sensitivity and Stressful Life Events among Epileptics”. International Journal of Physical and Social Sciences (ISSN: 2249-5894) 4(6), 267-292.

Impact Factor 3.797

4.Nandita Chaube & Abha Sharma (2013). Paper entitled “Post modernization and Mental Health”. Indian Journal of Health and Well-being, Vol.4, issue 8, page 1503-1506. (Impact Factor-0.47)

5.Nandita Chaube (2013). Paper entitled “Performance Anxiety in Sports Personnel”. Indian Journal of Health and Well-being, Vol.4, issue 8, page 1627-1629. (Impact Factor-0.47)

6.Dharmendra Sharma & Nandita Chaube (2013). A Study of the Psychological State of the Military Personnel Working in Extreme Environmental Conditions. International Journal in Advance Researc in Behavioural Sciences. (ISSN No. 23214570). Volume 1, Number 1, Page 28-35.

7.Abha Sharma & Nandita Chaube (2011). Life Satisfaction among Retired and Recently Employed Teachers. Behavioural Scientist, Vol.12, No.2, 2011, Page 209-212.

8.Nandita Chaube & Abha Sharma (2011). An Empirical Study of Social Support as a Causative factor of Positive Thinking of Widows Living in the Shelter Homes. Indian Journal of Positive Psychology, Vol.2, Issue 2, 2011, Page 154-156.

9.Abha Sharma & Nandita Chaube (2011). A Study of Subjective Well-being of Employed and Housewives of Aligarh Region. Indian Journal of Health & Well-being, Vol.2, Issue 1, 2011, Page 160-161. (Impact Factor-0.39)

10.Nandita Chaube (2011). Verbal Fluency of Schizophrenic Patients. Indian Journal of Psychology & Mental Health, Vol.4, No.2, 2011, Page 121-124.

11.Nandita Chaube (2011). Case Study: Hypochondriacal Delusion Disorder. Journal of Personality & Clinical Studies, vol. 23-24, No. 1-2, 2007-08, Page 177-181.

12.Nandita Chaube (2009). Case Study: Somatization Disorder. Focus, Vol. 1, Page 194-198.

Chapters in Books

1.Nandita Chaube (2014). A report on auditory verbal learning and visuo-spatial construct of schizophrenic patients. Published in book entitled “Developing Society: Emerging Challenges”. (ISBN 978-93-81234-31-0)

2.Nandita Chaube (2013). Paper entitled “Case Study: Substance Use Disorder, Seizure Disorder and Organic Mood Disorder”. Published in the book entitled “New Perspectives of Mental Disorders" edited by S.K. Srivastav and Shivani Kant.” Page 494-517. ISBN ***-**-****-910-1), Sarup Book Publishers Pvt. Ltd: New Delhi

3.Nandita Chaube, Roomana N. Siddiqui, Abha Sharma and Iram Feroz(2012). Eating Attitudes and Health anxiety among Type-2 Diabetics. Handbook of Management and Behavioural Science, Vol-7. Pages 1047-1056. Wisdom Publications ISBN 818-***-****

4.Nandita Chaube (2012). An Investigation Report on the Mental Speed and Sustained Attention of Schizophrenic Patients. Published in a book entitled Psychopathological Disorders, 1st Edition, page 55-62. Global Vision Publishing House, New Delhi. ISBN978-81-8220-469-0)

Books Edited

“Spirituality and Human Psyche” Published in Partridge India: A Penguin Random House Company

Books Authored

“Psychological Correlates of Epileptic Seizures”. Published in Lambert Academic Publishing: Germany. ISBN 978-3-659-66999-6

Articles in magazines

1.Nandita Chaube (2015). Paranormal Events: An Unresolved Mystery. Psyche, Novemner-December 2015, Magazine. Sufi Group of Publications, Lahore, Pakistan.

2.Nandita Chaube (2009). Acceptance to Change. Nature and Human Nature, vol. 2, Page 25-25. Magazine.

Academic International Visits

Dubai, UAE

Paris, France

Athens, Greece

Stockholm, Sweden

Cape Town, South Africa

Collaboration coordinator

Presently working for establishing a Memorandum of Understanding between Amity University Rajasthan and Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Aligarh Muslim University, INDIA and Amity University Rajasthan and George Mason University, USA.

Professional Evaluation

Remarked with OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE as per the University scoring criterion set by the Indian Government System

Additional responsibilities

1.Member of Board of Studies in Amity University

2.Institution coordinator of NAAC

3.Member of the committee- Amity University Rajasthan –A Residential University

4.Secretary of Faculty Board of Amity Institute of Behavioural and Allied Sciences

5.Membership in the convocation committee

6.Membership in cultural committee

7.Membership in University Leadership Fest

8.Worked as Program co-ordinator

Work under progress

1.Writing a book on ‘ParaPsychology’.

2.Preparing a two project proposals.

3.Working on a paper entitled “Impact of health anxiety on eating attitudes and locus of control among Type-2 Diabetics”.

Papers presented/accepted in International Conferences

1.Representation of Indian Perspective of Sleep Paralysis: Spiritual Vs Scientific Explanations. 14th European Congress of Psychology, 7-10 July, 2015, Milan, Italy. (Accepted)

2.Sleep Paralysis as an Indicator of Underlying Psychological Characteristics. Nandita Chaube, Roomana N. Siddiqui. 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology 2014. 8-13 July 2014, Paris, France. (Presented Paper)

3.Examining the Role of Family Environment in Subjective Well-being of Epileptic Patients. Nandita Chaube, Roomana N. Siddiqui. 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology 2014. 8-13 July 2014, Paris France. (Presented Paper)

4.Anxiety Sensitivity and Stressful Life Events among Epileptic Patients. Nandita Chaube, Roomana N. Siddiqui, Abhinav Dixit. 13th European Congress of Psychology, 9-12 July, 2013, Stockholm, Sweden. (Presented Paper)

5.Case Study: Substance Use Disorder, Seizure Disorder and Organic Mood Disorder. Nandita Chaube, Roomana N. Siddiqui, Sanjay Pattanayak. 30th International Congress of Psychology, 22nd-27th July 2012, Cape Town, South Africa. (Presented Paper)

6.Anxiety Sensitivity and Stressful Life Events among Epileptics. Nandita Chaube, Roomana Siddiqui, Abhinav Dixit, Sanjay Pattanayak, Iram Feroz. Anxiety & Depression: 21st Neuropharmacology Conference, 10-11 Nov, 2011, Virginia, USA. (Accepted)

7.Role of Eating Attitudes and Health Locus of Control on Health Anxiety of Diabetic Patients. Nandita Chaube, Roomana Siddiqui, Abhinav Dixit, Sanjay Pattanayak, Iram Feroz. 37th Annual Meeting of International Society of Pediatric and Adolescent Diabetes. Oct. 19-22, 2011, Miami, USA. (Accepted)

8.Performance Anxiety in Sports Personnel. Nandita Chaube, Roomana Siddiqui & Iram Feroz. 5th ISN International Sports Medicine and Sports Science Conference. Sep. 27-30, 2011. National Sports Institute of Malaysia, Kuala Lampur, Malaysia. (Accepted)

Papers presented in National/International conferences

1.Eating Attitudes and Health anxiety among Type-2 Diabetics. Nandita Chaube, Roomana N. Siddiqui, Abha Sharma and Iram Feroz. 5th International Conference of Management and Behavioural Sciences, 23rd – 24th June 2012 Haridwar, Uttrakhand, India. (Presented Paper)

2.Interventional Strategies for Promoting Underachievers and Slow Learners. Abha Sharma & Nandita Chaube. National Seminar on Advancement in Pedagogy for Effective Teaching, 22nd April, 2012, Vivekanand College of Education, Aligarh, India. (Presented Paper)

3.A Study of the Psychological State of the Military Personnel Working in the Extreme Environmental Conditions. Dharmendra Sharma & Nandita Chaube. International Conference on Advances in Military Psychology: Soldier Preparedness. March 10-12, 2011. DIPR, DRDO, New, Delhi, India. (Presented Paper)

4.Postmodernism and Mental Health. Nandita Chaube and Abha Sharma. International seminar on Postmodernism: Dimensions and Challenges. March 4-6, 2011. ( ICSSR Sponsored) S.V. College, Aligarh, India. (Presented Paper)

5.An Empirical Study of Social Support as a Causative factor of Positive Thinking of Widows Living in the Shelter Homes. Nandita Chaube and Abha Sharma. 46th National and 15th International Conference of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology on Life Skills for Quality of Life. Feb. 4-6, 2011. University of Mysore, Mysore, India. (Presented Paper)

6.Case Study: Paranoid Schizophrenia. Nandita Chaube. 45th National and 14th International Conference of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology on Quality of Life and globalization: Effective self care interventions. Feb. 18-20, 2010, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, India. (Presented Paper)

7.Case Study: Somatization Disorder. Nandita Chaube. Multidisciplinary International Conference on Emerging Issues and Global Economics Scenario. Aug. 21-24, 2009, Aishwarya College, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. (Presented Paper)

8.Verbal fluency of schizophrenic patients. Nandita Chaube. 18th Annual Conference of NAOP. Dec. 14-17, 2008. IIT, Guwahati, Assam, India. (Presented Paper)

9.Case Study: Major Depressive Disorder. Nandita Chaube. National Conference, Mental Health Awareness in India. Sep. 19-20, 2008. UGC (Maharani Laxmi Bai PG Girls College) Indore, India. (Presented Paper)

Details of the workshops attended

S. No.

Topic

Duration

Organized at

1

Innovation and Intellectual Property Rights

24th March 2015

Amity University Rajasthan

2

Short Term Course on Research Methodology and Computer Applications

9th -14th April 2012

UGC Academic Staff College, Aligarh Muslim University

3

Substance abuse management

25-27 April 2008

(VIMHANS)

4

Family Therapy

7-8 September 2006

Amity University Lucknow

5

Technique in Psychotherapies: A Multidimensional Approach

23-27 December 2006

Zakir Hussain College, Delhi University

6

Anxiety Disorders

24-27 September 2007

(VIMHANS)

7

Counselling Skills Training

3-12 October 2007

(VIMHANS)

8

Stress and Depression

3-6 December 2007

(VIMHANS)

9

Hypnotherapy

25-27 January 2008

(VIMHANS)

10

Adult Mental Health Issues

2007

(VIMHANS)

11

Orientation to clinical skills: Emerging Trends in Assessment and Therapies

2007

(VIMHANS)

12

Child and Adolescent Issues in Mental Health

2007

(VIMHANS)

Fellowships Awarded

Doctoral Fellowship from University Grants Commission (Government Body)

Travel Grants Awarded

1.Depart of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India

2.Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR), Government of India

3.Center for International Co-operation for Science (CICS), Government of India

4.Amity University Rajasthan (AUR)

Key Strengths

Committed to deadlines and schedules.

Team player and leader ship.

Optimistic

Sharp learning and explaining curve.

Hard Working.

Area of Immense Interest

Personality Study

Para Psychology

Clinical Psychology

Organizational Psychology

Social Psychology

Neuropsychology

Workshops Organized

Organized a workshop on “Nurturing Well-being in ourselves and in others”.

Organized a workshop on “Youth at risk” in Amity University that was conducted by a Professor from George Mason University, USA.

Organized a workshop on “Emotion Focused Therapy” by US delegation from Mercer University, Atlanta.

Organized a workshop in AIBAS on emerging issues and fields of psychology on 2nd Feb 2015

Achievements

Supervising a Ph.D. Scholar in Amity University Rajasthan.

Appointment as external examiner for Practical examination in SGT University, Gurgaon

Appointment as external paper setter in SGT University, Gurgaon

Appointment as external paper setter in Galgotia University, Greater Noida

Appointment as Secretary of Faculty Board, AIBAS, AUR

Evaluated Three M.A. Dissertations in Amity Institute of Behavioural & Allied Sciences, Amity University, Rajasthan.

Attended short term course on Research Methodology & Computer Applications.

Invited as a resource person in a workshop on “Acceptance to Change” organized by Heinz India Pvt. Ltd., Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh on 2nd August 2008.

Invited as a resource person in a workshop on “Stress and Depression in Education” organized by Vivekanand College of Education, Aligarh (Uttar Pradesh) on 30th -31st May 2010.

Researches in different fields of Psychology and got my work published in 10 esteemed journals and in books as well.

Attended 3 international conferences abroad, and 6 international conferences, 3 national conferences and seminars in India where I presented my research papers.

Attended a good number of workshops in different psychotherapies and psychological issues.

‘B’ certificate holder in National Cadet Corps.

A good hold over horse riding.

Selected as a class representative for different societies in graduation.

Worked as volunteer in the discipline and vigilance committee during graduation.

Membership in National/International Organization

1.International Association of Applied Psychology, Paris, France

2.Indian Association of Positive Psychology, Delhi, INDIA

3.International Society of Paediatric and Adolescent Diabetes, USA

4.International Society for the study of Behavioural Development, CANADA

5.International Association of Holistic Psychology, INDIA

Experience and Strengths

1.Worked in a project of Delhi University named “Identity Motives in the Indian Context”.

2.Worked as a psychologist for 2 years in clinical set up with a psychiatrist.

3.Six month internship in clinical psychology from Vidyasagar Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences (VIMHANS), New Delhi.

4.Guided exposure in the psychiatric setting (VIMHANS) for 45 days.

References

1.Prof. F. Bemak

Professor and Academic Program Coordinator

Director, Diversity Research and Action Consortium

George Mason University, Virginia, USA

Email: acs96i@r.postjobfree.com

Contact: 001-703-***-****

2.Prof. Akbar Hussain

Department of Psychology

Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, INDIA

Email: acs96i@r.postjobfree.com

Contact: +919*********

3.Dr. Abhinav Dixit

Associate Professor

Department of Physiology

All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Jodhpur, Rajasthan, INDIA

Email: acs96i@r.postjobfree.com

Contact: +918*********

4.Dr. Roomana N. Siddiqui

Associate Professor

Department of Psychology

Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, INDIA

Email: acs96i@r.postjobfree.com

Contact: +919*********

2.Dr. Sanjay Pattnayak

Psychiatrist

Vidyasagar Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences (VIMHANS), New Delhi, INDIA

Email: acs96i@r.postjobfree.com

Contact: +919*********

3.Dr. Dharmendra Sharma

Dr. Dharmendra Sharma Counselor,

College of Medicine, Nursing & Health Sciences,

Hoodless House Campus, Fiji National University,

Suva, Fiji

Email: acs96i@r.postjobfree.com

Mob: +679-*******

4.Mr Saad Afzal,

Branch Manager, Ginza group,

IT&Sales Department,

Deira Dubai, Dubai

Email: acs96i@r.postjobfree.com

Contact: +971-*********

5.Dr. Sunil Saini

President, Indian ssociation of Health, Research and Welfare

1245/18, Mohalla Sainian, Hisar, Haryana, INDIA

Email: acs96i@r.postjobfree.com

Contact: +919*********

Declaration

I hereby declare that all the information mentioned above is true to the best of my knowledge.

Yours Sincerely,

Place: JAIPUR Dr. Nandita Chaube



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