DR. SUPARNA GANGOPADHYAY

DR. SUPARNA GANGOPADHYAY
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Academic Qualifications: PhD (C.U), MPHIL (JU), M.S.c (CU), B.Ed. (CU)
Areas of Present Research: Econometric Applications, Financial Economics, Chaos theory and Fractal Analysis.
Publications:

  1. Feminisation of Labour: The Tainted Workers In India in SEW Patrika, Afroza Khatoon (ed.)South Kolkata Society for Empowerment of Women (2014), ISSN 2347-2898.
  2. Udarnaitik Muldhani Bazar: Gata Dui Dasaker Khutinati O Ekti Aitihashik Prasanga (The Historical Fact on Capital market In The Last Two Decades) : Itihaas Anusandhan (20), Paschimbanga Itihas Sansad, 2006.
  3. A Sustainability Analysis of Financial Sector Reforms in India for Socio-Economic Justice in World Peace: Problem of Global Understanding & Prospect of Harmony; Satinath Chattopadhyay, Puthi Pustak, Kolkata 2005, ISBN 86791-55-6.
  4. Emergence of Financial Derivatives in India: Commerce Education In The New Millennium, Prospects & Challenges; Department of Commerce, Raja Pearymohan College, 2005.
  5. Arthanaitik Unnayan o Narir Adhikar (Economic Development & Women’s Right).  Itihaas Anusandhan (20), Paschimbanga Itihas Sansad, 2005.
  6. Prospective Industrial Sectors of West Bengal & the Recent Industrial Drive: An Empirical Assessment: Economy of West Bengal: Problems & Prospects (Ed.) Raychaudhury & Sarkar, Allied, 1996.
  7. Kendriya Sadhikar Shilpasangatha O Sampratik Samasya (Some Recent Problems of Disinvestment Policy Of India): Arthaniti ( Special issue), 1995
  8. India’s Capital Market: An analysis of Development Potentials Over the Last two Decades: Seminar Paper No: 1/Ec-94, Department of Economics, Calcutta

Research:

  1. Global Financial Crisis and the Indian Capital Market: Cointegration Revisited – Minor Research Project funded by UGC (Status-Ongoing)
  2. Efficiency Assessment of Derivative Trading in the Liberalised Indian Economicv Scenario: Minor Researcjh Prtoject funded by UGC( Status- Completed)
  3. Structural Shifts in Capital Market and its Sustainability in India: An Industry based Analysis – Doctoral Dissertation (Calcutta University)
  4. Potentials of Development in the Capital Market –  A Preliminary Analysis – Mphil Dissertation
  5. Urban Unemployment in West bengal with its Speacial Reference to Higher Educated Unemployed in Calcutta- Dissertation Submitted to Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Kolkata.

Other Activities:

  1. Delivered a lecture on “Theory of Estimation” in Bethune College in 2013
  2. Delivered a Special Lecture on “Foreign Exchange Market in India” in Charuchandra College in 2015.
  3. Acted as Judge in Confluence, organized by St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata, in the event “Margin Call”
  4. She also performed the role Judge, twice in the Seminar Competition at Confluence, organized by St. Xavier’s College in India.

Seminars  Attended:

  1. International Conference on Comparative Understandings of Bengali and Sindhi: History and Culture: Organised by Department of Bengali, Surendranath College for Women, 9th -10th Dec, 2016
  2. Symposium on Recent Trends in Bengali Cinema: organised by Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, Surendranath College for Women on 1st October, 2012
  3. Some Issues in Philosophy of Religion and Contemporary Indian Thought: Organised by Undergraduate Board of Studies in Philosophy, CU and Department of Philosophy,  Surendranath College for Women on 15th September, 2012
  4. Competition and Competitiveness in Indian Industries after Two Decades of Economic Reforms, UGC Sponsored National Level Seminar Organised by Women’s Christian College and CSSSC on 2nd April, 2012
  5. Drama: The Elizabethan Experience: UGC Sponsored State Level Seminar, Organised by Department of English, Surendranath College for Women, in Collaboration with Shakespeare Society of Eastern India, on 15th December, 2011West Bengal Economy: Shifting Paradigm: UGC Sponsored State Level Seminar, Organised by Charuchandra College on 9th December 2011
  6. Contemporary Debates in Indian and Regional Economy: Organised by Forum of Development Economics, Kolkata in March 29-30, 2011
  7. Teaching Methodology of Economics focussing on Change in Undergraduate Syllabus: Organised by Vivekananda College, on 26th August, 2010
  8. Globalisation and Changing Structure of Capital Market in India: Efficiency vs Vulnerability: UGC Sponsored State Level Seminar organised by Department of Commerce in Collaboration with Chittaranjan College on 30th March, 2010-Acted as Convener.

Workshops participated

  1. Teaching of the Existing Syllabi in B.A/B.Sc (Hons & Gen) Courses of Studies in Economics: Organised by Council for Under Graduate Studies & Under Graduate Board of Studies in Economics, on 27th August 2012.
  2. Qualitative Response and Control Variables in Econometric Analysis: Autumn Workshop Organised by Presidency University on 5-6October, 2010.
  3. Revision of the Existing Syllabi in B.Com (Hons & Gen), Courses of Studies: Organised by Council for Under Graduate Studies & Under Graduate Board of Studies in Commerce
  4. Epic: A Comparative Study: Organised by Department of English, Surendranath College for Women, in December 2009

Co-Curricular Activities:

  1. Performed the role of Playback singer in a Bengali film Sunyo Je Kol, directed by Bhaswati Roychowdhury in 2015.
  2. Performing vocal music in different programmes, outside and inside the college

Recognition: Received felicitation from “Lekhak  Shilpi Mahal” for Vocal Music in 2013.