Research Work

1Research on effectiveness of services of Counsellors in Delhi government schools supported by UNFPA. It was an in-depth qualitative study of the current status of the counselling mechanism as understood from the perspectives of all the stakeholders involved: counsellors, students, principals and teachers, as well as the Directors of the State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) and the EVGC Bureau as heads of the relevant overseeing bodies.2016
2Mind map-mental health research to study the prevalence of common mental disorders, patterns of coping, youth leadership and equality among urban disadvantaged youth
Supported by: JSTT
3A study to evaluate the knowledge & attitudinal change towards tobacco use as a result of viewing anti tobacco audio-visual messages
Supported by: Ministry of Health & WHO, India
4State of mental health of women in Delhi- a survey study
Supported by: National Commission for Women (NCW)
5State of mental health in delhi, prevalence of psychiatric morbidity, subjective well being and patterns of help – seeking behaviour
Supported by: Planning Commission
6Towards empowerment: attitudinal & behavioural changes among beneficiaries and family members, decent employment for women in India , project
Supported by: ILO

Contribution in Reports & Publications

1Dimensions of Child Labour; A Manual for the Media by International Labour Organization (Contribution in Chapter 10)2013
2Contribution in , a special report on mental health care of children , by Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights, Govt of NCT of Delhi
Chapter IV- Mental health needs of children in institution
Chater IX- Mental health issues in children who are victim of abuse/at risk
3Co-authored a Report on Women’s safety in National Capital Territory of Delhi as part of the committee set up by the Hon’ble Lt. Governor of Delhi2016


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