Director
National Institute of Medical Statistics
(Indian Council of Medical Research)
Ansari Nagar
New Delhi - 110029
Joined NIMS:  May 12, 2000

 

                                          CURRICULUM VITAE

 

Name                          : Prof. Arvind Pandey

 

Designation               : Director

 

Address                      : National Institute of Medical Statistics, ICMR,

                                      Ansari Nagar, New Delhi 110 029

 

Telephone                  : Office (011) 2658 8803         Residence (011) 2649 2788

FAX                             : Office            (011) 2658 9635

Email                          : arvindpandey@icmr.org.in, arvindp.nims@gmail.com   

 

Date of birth              : January 2, 1955

 

Citizenship                : Indian.

 

Academic Qualifications (Retrospective):

 

Course/Degree (Subject)

Year

Institution /University

Ph.D. (Statistics)*

1981

Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India

M.Sc. (Statistics)

1976

Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India

B.Sc. (Statistics)

1974

Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India

*Title of the Ph.D. thesis: A Study of Some Probability Models for Birth Intervals

 

Advanced Training:

 

Postdoctoral

1986-88 (2 years)

Dept. of Biostatistics & Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

 

Area of Specialization: Biostatistics, Population Dynamics & Epidemiology.


Professional Experience (Retrospectively):

 

Sept. 9, 1981 –  
May 29, 1982

Research Associate

Dept. of Statistics, Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi 221 005

May 31, 1982 –
July 31, 1989

Lecturer
(Assistant Professor)

International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), Mumbai 400 088

August 1, 1989 – April 16, 1998

Reader
(Associate Professor)

International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), Mumbai 400 088

April 17, 1998 – May 11, 2000

Professor

International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), Mumbai 400 088

May 12, 2000 – To date

Director

National Institute of Medical Statistics (NIMS), ICMR, Ansari Nagar, New Delhi 110 029

 

 

Visiting Professors to Academic Institutions:

 

September 19-24, 1996

Visiting Professor

UNFPA sponsored programme on Population & Development, Centre for Development Studies (CDS), Trivandrum, India

November 22-26, 1999

Visiting Professor

Department of Statistics, Calcutta University, Calcutta

 

Honours/Awards

 

Year

Award/Fellowship

2014

Prof. S.K. Bhattacharya Memorial Oration of the Indian Society for Medical Statistics (ISMS) in its 32nd Annual Conference held at University of Jammu, Jammu on 1-3 November 2014.

2012

Prof. George Simon Memorial Oration of the Indian Association for the Study of Population (IASP) in its 34th Annual Conference held at Gokhale Institute of Politics & Economics, Pune on 13-15 December 2012.

2011

Prof. Ramakumar Memorial Oration of University of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala on 6th December 2011.

2010

Fellow of the Indian Society for Mathematical Modelling and Computer Simulation (FSMMCS).

2009

Fellow of the National Academy of Medical Science (FAMS).

2004

Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society, UK (FRSS).

1998

Fellow of the Indian Society for Medical Statistics (FSMS).

1986

Fellow of the Rockefeller Foundation for advanced training in Biostatistics/ Population Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA.

1985

Young Scientist Award of the Indian Science Congress Association at its 72nd convention on 8 January 1985 at Lucknow University, Lucknow, India.

1985

Malviya Memorial Foundation Award of the Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, conferred on its Foundation Day on 14 February

 

Area of Teaching:

1.      Biostatistical Methods;

2.      Techniques of Population Analysis;

3.      Monitoring & Evaluation Methods;

4.      Sample Surveys;

 

Area of Research:

1.      Survival Analysis Models;

2.      Child Survival and Reproductive Health Issues;

3.      Monitoring & Evaluation of Programmes Impacts;

4.      Epidemiological Studies on Communicable and Non-Communicable Diseases including HIV/AIDS, Nutrition and Integrated Disease Surveillance (IDSP) of NCD.

 

Ph.D. Guidance: 15 awarded (list enclosed as Annexure-I)

 

Membership of National Technical Advisory Groups / Committees

 

Year

Designation

Name of Research/Working Committee

2014-15

Chair

Expert Group on Blood Safety for the countrywide survey to estimate extent of spurious / not of standard quality of drug in India, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, New Delhi.

2014-15

Chair

Expert Group for the estimation of annual blood requirement in India, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, New Delhi.

2014-15

Member

Expert Group Committee for the Establishment of National Institute of Health Intelligence/Informatics (NIHI) from Central Bureau of Health Intelligence (CBHI), Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, New Delhi.

2014-15

Member

Expert Group on Population Projection, India, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare & Office of the Registrar General of India, New Delhi.

2013-14

Member

Technical Advisory Group, National Mental Health Survey (NMHS), Ministry of Health & Family Welfare at National Institute of Mental Health & Neuro Science (NIMHNS), Bangalore.

2012-13

Member

Technical Advisory Committee & Steering Committee, National Family Health Survey Fourth Round (NFHS-4), Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, New Delhi.

2011-12

Member

Technical Resource Group on Research and Development, National AIDS Control Organization (NACO), Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, New Delhi.

2011-12

Chair

Research Fellowship Scheme of the National AIDS Control Organization (NACO), Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, New Delhi.

2011-12

Member

Technical Advisory Committee, India Human Development Survey II, National Council of Applied Economic Research, New Delhi.

2010-11

Member

Technical Advisory Committee, Fourth Round of the District Level Household Survey (DLHS-4), Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, New Delhi.

2010-11

Member

Course Curriculum Review Committee, International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai

2010-11

Co-Chair

Consultative Group on Estimation of Malaria Burden and related Deaths, SEARO, WHO.

2010-11

Member

Expert Committee on Estimation of Malaria Deaths in India at the National Vector bore Disease Control Programme (NVDCP), Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.

2010-11

Member

Advisory Council of Indian Institute of Public Health, Delhi (IIPH-D), Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI), New Delhi.

2008-11

Chair

Taskforce in Statistics, Indian Council of Medical Research, New Delhi.

2010-11

Chair

Institutional Ethical Committee at the Futures Group, USAID, New Delhi.

2003-

Member

Fellowship Committee of the Indian Society for Medical Statistics.

2007-08

Member

Science & Technology Advisory Group (STAG), Evidence to Action by UNAIDS, UNICEF, WHO & ADB, Asia Pacific Regional Office, Bangkok.

2007-09

Chair

Technical Advisory Committee on Sampling Methodology for the Assessment of Yaws Eradication Programme at National Institute of Communicable Diseases (NICD), MOHFW, New Delhi.

2006-07

Member

Reference Group on Modelling and Projections of HIV/AIDS, UNAIDS, Geneva.

2007-08

Member

Review Committee on the Expected Level of Achievement (ELA) for Family Planning, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India, New Delhi.

2004-07

Chair

National Family Health Survey, 2005-06 (NFHS-3), Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India.

2005-06

Member

Project Advisory Committee, Department of Science and Technology (DST), New Delhi.

2005-09

Member

Project Advisory Committee of “Youth in India: Situation and Needs Study” at International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), Packard Foundation, MOHFW, New Delhi.

2006-09

Member

Technical Advisory Committee on District Level Household Survey on RCH, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India.

2003-04

Member

Expert Group of the National Population Commission for the State of Orissa.

2001-13

Member

Task Force on HIV Sentinel Surveillance, NACO, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India.

2005-09

Member

Working Group to Estimate the Excess Death on Account of HIV/AIDS, NACO, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India.

2005-07

Member

Task Force on Health Information System, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India.

2005-06

Member

Technical Advisory Committee on Final Evaluation of CARE-India’s RACHNA project, New Delhi

2003-05

Member

Project Management Group of Health Sector Policy Reforms Options Database (HS-PROD) at the Central Bureau of Health Intelligence (CBHI), Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India

2003-04

Member

Mapping and Size Estimation of IDUs in North-East States of India, Family Health International (FHI) & Indian Council of Medical Research

2002-07

Member

Technical Advisory Group of Investigational New Drug Trial at Dabur Research Foundation, Dabur India.

2002-03

Member

Technical Advisory Group of CHARCA project, UNDP, New Delhi.

2003-04

Member

Technical Advisory Committee on Study Proposals under McArthur & Packard Foundation and Population Council, New Delhi.

2003-04

Member

Steering Committee, National Nutrition Monitoring Board, National Institute of Nutrition, ICMR, Hyderabad.

2001-03

Member

Working Group on the Community Based Study on STI Prevalence in India, NACO, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India.

2002-05

Member

Technical Group on Population Projection, National Commission on Population, Govt. of India.

2001-03

Member

Task Force on Social & Behavioural Research in Reproductive Health, Indian Council of Medical Research, New Delhi.

2002-07

Member

Task Force in Statistics, Indian Council of Medical Research, New Delhi.

2001-02

Member

Project Advisory Committee of National Household Survey on Patterns and Trends in Drug Abuse in India, UNDCP under the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Govt. Of India.

2002-03

Member

Technical Advisory Committee of End Line Survey of Eighth India Population Project (IPP-VIII), Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India.

2000-01

Member

Technical Advisory Committee of End Line Survey of Integrated Nutrition Health Project, CARE-India

2002-03

Member

Technical Advisory Committee of the Pilot Survey for Estimation of Maternal Mortality Ratio (MMR) in India, MOHFW, Govt. of India, New Delhi.

2002-03

Member

Technical Advisory Group of Base Line Survey of Chayan component of Rachana of Integrated Nutrition Health Project, CARE-India

2002-05

Member

Technical Advisory Committee of the World Food Programme Evaluation of the Food Fortification Impact on Child Health through ICDS in India.

2003-05

Member

Technical Advisory Group of Environmental Health Project, USAID

2001-02

Member

Technical Advisory Group of UNFPA Projects in Selected States of India

2000-01

Member

Working Group on Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation System for Social Sector Development Schemes during X Five-Year Plan on Programme Evaluation, Planning Commission, Govt. of India

2000-01

Member

Working Group on Implementation of Population Policy and Rapid Population Stabilization, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India

2000-01

Member

Working Group for the finalization of X Five-Year Plan document of the Dept. of Family Welfare, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India.

Accomplishment of establishing National Repository

·         Established the Clinical Trials Registry – India (CTRI) with the financial support from ICMR, DST and the WHO, for the registration of all the clinical trials by the clinicians, researchers and industry. The website for the same www.ctri.in has been connected to WHO URL.

 

Other professional responsibilities/activities

Sl. No.

Position

Professional Body

1

President

Indian Society for Medical Statistics (ISMS), 2009-2010

2

President

Indian Association for the Study of Population (IASP), 2006-08, 2008-10

3

Chief Editor

Demography India (Journal of the Indian Association for the Study of Population), 2002-2007

4

Chief Editor

Bulletin of the Indian Society for Medical Statistics (1994-98)

5

Vice President

Indian Association for the Study of Population (2000-02, 2002-04)

6

General Secretary

India Association for the Study of Population (1996-98)

7

Coordinator

National Family Health Survey, 1992-93 (NFHS-1) Workshop on Infant & Child Mortality in India

8

Coordinator

Short-term Training Programmes, IIPS, Bombay, 1996-98

9

Coordinator

National Family Health Survey, 1998-99 (NFHS-2)

 

Membership of National and International Professional Bodies:

 

Sl. No.

Name of the professional body

1

International Epidemiological Association

2

International Biometric Society

3

International Union for the Scientific Study of Population

4

Population Association of America

5

Indian Association for the Study of Population

6

Indian Society for Medical Statistics

7

National (India) Academy of Medical Sciences

8

Indian Public Health Association

9

Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine

10

Indian Science Congress Association

11

Indian Society for Mathematical Modelling and Computer Simulation

12

Indian Society of Probability and Statistics

 

 

Participation in Overseas International Meetings/Workshops/Conferences

 

2014    XX International AIDS Conference held at Melbourne, Australia, 20-25 July 2014.

 

2013    WHO Reference Group on Global Health Statistics Meeting at the Office of the WHO in Geneva, 9-10 December 2013.

 

2012    XIX International AIDS Conference held at Washington DC, USA, 22-27 July 2012.

 

2011    Drug Information Association Conference on Continuing Education Programme of “Evolving Clinical Trial disclosure Landscape” held at 900 South One Street, Arlington, VA 22204, USA during September 13-14, 2011.

 

2011    Workshop on HIV Estimates and Projections, WHO-UNAIDS South-East Asia Region, at Bangkok, Thailand, 9-13 May 2011.

 

2010    XVIII International AIDS Conference held at Vienna, Austria, 18-23 July 2010.

 

2009    XXVI International Population Conference of International Union for the Study of Population held at Marrakech, Morocco, 27 September – 2 October, 2009.

 

2009    Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America at Detroit, Michigan, USA, 29 April – 2 May 2009 and visits to the Institute of Behavioural Science, University of Colorado at Boulder, 3 - 5 May 2009; and Department of Biostatistics & Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 6–9 May 2009.

 

2008    XVII International AIDS Conference held at Mexico City, Mexico, 3-8 August 2008.

 

2008    Meeting of the UNICEF/WHO/ADB/UNAIDS Regional Advisory Group on Improved Use of Strategic Information to Scale up HIV and AIDS Responses in Asia and Pacific, Bangkok, 21 January, 2008.

 

2007    International Consultation on Epidemiological Estimates of HIV/AIDS, Geneva, 14-15 November 2007

 

2007    VIII International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP) at Colombo, Sri Lanka, 19-23 August 2007 (Sponsored by UNAIDS).

 

2006    Meeting of the UNAIDS/WHO Reference Group on Estimates, Modelling and Projection at Prague, Czech Republic, 29 November -1 December (Sponsored by UNAIDS).

 

2006    Workshop of International Obstetric Fistula Working Group Data, Indicators and Research Group, 11-13 October 2006, Geneva, (Sponsored by the UNFPA).

 

2005    Workshop a proposal for DFID Research Programme Consortia on ‘HIV and AIDS Treatment and Care Services, December 14-15 (Sponsored by the University of Southampton, UK).

 

2005    XXV International Population Conference of the International Union for the Study of Population held at Tours, France 18-23 July.

 

2005    Workshop on Methods for HIV/AIDS Estimates and Projections, at Bangkok, April 18-20 (Sponsored by the WHO).

 

2004    Meeting of the UNAIDS/WHO Reference Group on Estimates, Modelling and Projection at Lisbon, 8-10 December (Sponsored by UNAIDS).

 

2004      Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America at Boston, March 30 – April 1.

 

2004    Conference on New Strategies for HIV/AIDS Surveillance in Resource Constrained Countries at Addis Ababa, 26-30 January (Sponsored by WHO).

 

2003    Workshop on Methods for HIV/AIDS Estimates and Projections, at Bangkok, June 16-18 (Sponsored by UNAIDS).

 

2001      Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America at Washington DC, March 29-31 (Sponsored by the Indian Council of Medical Research).

 

1996    Seminar on Innovative Approaches to the Assessment of Reproductive Health organised by IUSSP Committee on Reproductive Health and Population Institute of the University of Philippines at Manila, Philippines, Sept. 24-27.

 

1996    Workshop on Determinants of Fertility under India's National Family Health Survey at East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, during January 15 - February 2.

 

1994    The Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America at Miami, Florida, during May 5-7.

 

1992    Workshop on "Leading Indicators of Fertility Change" at Carolina Population Center, UNC, Chapel Hill, USA during June 18‑19.

 

1992    Meeting of the Project "Birth Interval Dynamics in the Study of Fertility" at Carolina Population Center, UNC, Chapel Hill under the sponsorship of the Rockefeller Foundation, New York, during June 10‑30.

 

1988    The Joint Annual Meeting of the American Statistical Association and Biometric Society at New Orleans, Louisiana, USA during August.

 

1988           Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America at New Orleans, Louisiana, USA during April.

1989            The Joint Annual Meeting of the American Statistical Association and Biometric Society at San Francisco, California, USA, during August.

 

 

Publications

(A) In Peer Reviewed Journals

 

1.    Yujwal Raj, D. Sahu, Arvind Pandey, S. Venkatesh, DCS Reddy, Taoufik Bakkali, et al. (2015) Modelling and estimation of HIV prevalence and number of people living with HIV in India, 2010-2011, Int. Journal of STD & AIDS, OnlineFirst, published on October 22, 2015 as doi:10.1177/0956462415612650.

 

2.    Nomita Chandhiok, Kh. Jitenkumar Singh, Damodar Sahu, Lucky Singh & Arvind Pandey (2015) Changes in exclusive breastfeeding practices and its determinants in India, 19922006: analysis of national survey data, International Breastfeeding Journal, 2015: 10-34, http://www.internationalbreastfeedingjournal.com/content/10/1/34:DOI10.1186/s13006-015-0059-0.

 

3.    D. Sahu, Sowmya Ramesh, R.M. Mishra, K. Srikanth Reddy, R. Bharadwaj, S. Niranjan, Arvind Pandey, Mandar Mainkar, Bitra George (2015): Are Truckers Being over Stigmatized as HIV Carriers in India? Evidences from Behavioural and Biological Cross-Sectional Surveys among Clients of Female Sex Workers, Open Journal of Preventive Medicine, Vol. 5, pp.85-91, March 2015, SciRes. http://www.scirp.org/journal/ojpm dx. doi.org/10.4236/ojpm.2015.53010.

 

4.    Chiranjeev Bhattacharjya, Damodar Sahu, Sangram Kishor Patel, Niranjan Saggurti, Arvind Pandey (2015) Causes of death among HIV-infected adults registered in selected Anti-Retroviral Therapy Centers in North-Eastern India, World Journal of AIDS, June 2015, 5, 90-99, DOI.org/10.4236/wja.2015.52011.

 

5.    Nomita Chandhiok, Lucky Singh, Kh. Jitenkumar Singh, D. Sahu, Arvind Pandey (2015) Does breastfeeding have an effect on infant mortality? An analysis of India’s National Family Health Survey, Open Journal of Preventive Medicine, 2015, 5, 359-269, Published Online September 2015 in SciRes. http://www.scirp.org/journal/ojpm http://dx.doi.org/ 10.4236/ojpm.2015.59040.

 

6.    Tulsi Adhikari, Sheila C. Vir, R.J. Yadav and Arvind Pandey (2015) Undernutrition in Children Under-two years (U2) in India – An Analysis of Determinants,  Statistics and Applications {ISSN 2454-7395(online)} 13(1&2), 2015 (New Series), pp. 25-36.

 

7.    Sheila C. Vir, Tulsi Adhikari, Arvind Pandey, A.K. Nigam and Richa Malik (2015) Child Undernutrition in India: Age-wise Trend and Risk Factors, Statistics and Applications {ISSN 2454-7395(online)} 13(1&2), 2015 (New Series), pp. 85-93.

 

8.    Bhaskar Thakur, V. Sreenivas1, S.N. Dwivedi, Arvind Pandey (2015) Epidemiological Appraisal of Neonatal Mortality in India: Conventional vs. Hierarchical Models, Statistics and Applications {ISSN 2454-7395(online)} 13(1&2), 2015 (New Series), pp. 95-114.

 

9.        Pravin K. Jha, Padum Narayan, Saritha Nair, Deepika Ganju, D. Sahu, Arvind Pandey (2015) An assessment of comprehensive knowledge of HIV/AIDS among slum and non-slum populations in Delhi, India, Open Journal of Preventive Medicine, 2015, 5, 259-262, Published Online June 2015 in SciRes. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/ojpm.2015.56029.

 

10.    Dinesh Walia, R.J. Yadav, Arvind Pandey (2015) Evaluation of adolescent friendly health services: Clients’ perspectives, International Journal of Current Research Review, Vol. 7(16), August 2015, pp. 34-48.

 

11.    Dinesh Walia, R.J. Yadav, Arvind Pandey (2015) Health care provider’s perspectives regarding adolescent friendly health services, International Journal of Health Sciences and Research, Vol. 5(8), August 2015, pp. 9-18., available on www.ijhsr.org.

 

12.    Dinesh Walia, R.J. Yadav, Arvind Pandey (2015) Opinion of teachers regarding mentoring programme for students and adolescent health, Scholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences, 3(4C), July 2015, pp. 1756-1759, www.saspublisher.com.

 

13.    Dinesh Walia, R.J. Yadav, Arvind Pandey, Kanav Goyal (2015) Some psychosocial problems of adolescent students of Chandigarh and Himachal Pradesh, India, Journal of Medical Science & Clinical Research, Vol. 3(6), June 2015, 6135-43,  www.jmscr.igmpublication.org.

 

14.    Dinesh Walia, R.J. Yadav, Arvind Pandey (2015) Reproductive and sexual health behaviour of school going students in Chandigarh and Himachal Pradesh, India, International Journal of Current Research, Vol. 7(7), July 2015, pp. 17856-61, available online at http://www.journalcra.com.

 

15.    V. Jayachandran, D. Sahu, S. Rajaram, Bo Pedersen, Arvind Pandey (2015) Does HIV Status Affect Utilization of Maternal Care Services among Women in India: An Analysis of NFHS 2005-2006, World Journal of AIDS, 5, 105-112. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/wja.2015.52013.

 

16.    Hemraj Pal, Anurag Srivastava, S.N. Dwivedi, Arvind Pandey and Jisu Nath (2015), Prevalence of Drug Abuse in India through a National Household Survey, International Journal of Current Science, Vol. 15: E 103-113.

 

17.    D. Sahu, Saritha Nair, Lucky Singh, B.K. Gulati, Arvind Pandey (2015) Levels, trends and predictors of infant and child mortality among scheduled tribes in rural India, Indian Journal of Medical Research, Vol. 141, May 2015, pp. 709-19.

 

18.    R.K. Sharma, M.P. Singh, K.B. Saha, P.K. Bharti, V. Jain, P.P. Singh, N. Silawat, R. Patel, M. Hussain, M. Chand, Arvind Pandey, Neeru Singh (2015) Socioeconomic and household risk factors of malaria in tribal areas of Madhya Pradesh, Indian Journal of Medical Research, Vol. 141, May 2015, pp. 567-75.

 

19.    Abha R. Aggarwal, Ranjana Kar, Arvind Pandey (2015) Estimates of Maternal Mortality Ratio and the associated medical causes in Orissa and Rajasthan States - A cross sectional study, Indian Journal of Community Health, Vol. 27(1), Jan- March, pp. 18-24.

 

20.    Ram Kishore Gupta, Anil Kumar, Arvind Pandey (2015) Maternal Health Care in Rural and Urbanized Villages of Delhi - A Comparative Study, Indian Journal of Community Health, Vol. 27(1), Jan- March, pp. 46-51.

 

21.    Atul Juneja, Tulsi Adhikari, Arvind Pandey, Shashi Sharma, Ashok Sehgal (2015) Share of Tobacco Related Cancers: Gender and Time Gaps-Indian Scenario, Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research (Community Medicine Section), 2015 Jan., Vol-9(1): LC01-LC03, DOI: 10.7860/JCDR/2015/9912.5422.

 

22.    Anil Kumar, RK Gupta, Arvind Pandey, BK Gulati (2015) Pregnancy related problems faced in rural areas of Delhi – A study.  Asian Academic Research Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities. February, Vol. 1, Issue 32; 236-248.

 

23.    B.K. Gulati & Arvind Pandey (2015): Understanding epidemiological transition in urban population of Maharashtra, International Journal of Scientific Reports, Nov. 2015, 1(7), pp. 275-282, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/issn.2454-2156.IntJSciRep20151254

 

24.    B.K. Gulati, Anil Kumar Arvind Pandey (2015): Causes of death by verbal autopsy among women of reproductive age in Rajasthan, India, International Journal of Scientific Reports, May 2015, 1, pp. 56-60. http://www.sci-rep.com

 

25.    B.K. Gulati, Arvind Pandey, M. Ubaidullah (2015) Potential gain in life expectancy after partial and complete elimination of specified causes of death: An analysis of Medical Certification of Causes of Death data in India and its selected states, International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Development, April 2015, Vol.  2(4), pp. 508-512.

 

26.    R.J. Yadav, Jeetendra Yadav, Niyamat Siddique, Arvind Pandey (2015) Knowledge and utilization of Indian system of medicine in the state of Assam, Indian Journal of Community Health, 27(2), April-June 2015, pp. 223-229, www.iapsmupuk.org.

 

 

27.    D. Sahu, Arvind Pandey, R.M. Mishra, Niranjan S., Shekhar Setu & Indra Raj Singh (2014): An appraisal of sexual behaviours, STI/HIV prevalence and HIV prevention programmes among Truckers in India: A critical literature review, World Journal of AIDS, 2014, 4, 206-218, DOI.org/10.4236/wja.2014.42026.

 

28.    B.K. Gulati, Arvind Pandey, M. Ubaidullah; R. Onnur Sheab (2014) Examining the trend of share of neonatal and post-neonatal mortality in infant mortality in India and its selected States, Asian Academic Research Journal of Social Science & Humanities, Vol.1(29), November 2014, pp. 428-437.

 

29.    Anil Kumar, B.K. Gulati, Arvind Pandey (2014) Examining the probable causes of perinatal deaths by verbal autopsy in Rajasthan, India, Asian Academic Research Journal of Multidisciplinary, Vol. 1(28) December 2014, pp. 281-289.

 

30.  R.C. Bajpai, H.K. Chaturvedi & Arvind Pandey (2014), Relative survival: A useful tool in population based health studies, American Journal of Mathematics & Statistics, 2014, 4(1): 38-45, DOI.10.5923/j.ams.2014040.06.

 

31.  M. Thomas, D. Sahu, Yujwal Raj & Arvind Pandey (2014) A probability model for estimating the force of transmission of HIV infection and its application, American Journal of Mathematics & Statistics, 2014, 4(3):171-77, DOI.10.5923/j.ams.2010403.06.

 

32.  R.C. Bajpai, P.Y. Raj, U.M. Jha, H.K. Chaturvedi & Arvind Pandey (2014), Demographic correlates of survival in adult HIV patients registered at ART Centres in Andhra Pradesh, India: A retrospective cohort study, Public Health Research, 2014, Vol. 4(1): 31-38, DOI.10.5923/j.phr.20140401.06.

 

33.  Pravin K. Jha, D. Sahu, K Srikanth Reddy, Padum Narayan & Arvind Pandey (2014) Multiple sexual partners and vulnerability to HIV: A study of patterns of sexual behaviour in the slum population of India, World Journal of AIDS, 2014, 4, 373-381, DOI.org/10.4236/wja.2014.44044.

 

34.  S.N. Dwivedi, Hemraj Pal, Anurag Srivastava, Arvind Pandey, Jisu Nath (2014), National household survey on drug abuse in India: methodological appraisal, International Journal of Current Science, Vol. 11, E 1-9.

 

35.  H.K. Chaturvedi, J. Mahanta, R.C. Bajpai & Arvind Pandey (2014) Risk of malaria among febrile patients: retrospective analysis of a hospital based study in an endemic area of northeast India, International Health, Vol. doi:10.1093.inthealth/ihu20, pp.1-8.

 

36.  Arvind Pandey, Abha Aggarwal, Mohua Maulik, Jyotsna Gupta & Atul Juneja (2013) Challenges in Administering a Clinical Trials Registry: Lessons from the Clinical Trials Registry - India, Review Article in Pharmaceutical Medicine, 2013, DOI.10.1007s40290-013-0009-3.

 

37.  HK Chaturvedi, J. Mahanta, RC Bajpai & Arvind Pandey (2013) Correlates of opium use: retrospective analysis of a survey of tribal communities in Arunachal Pradesh, India, BMC Public Health, 13:325 doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-325.

 

38.  K.B. Saha, Uma Saha, RK Sharma & Arvind Pandey (2013) Reaching tribal men to improve awareness to sexual morbidities: experience from Baiga tribe in Central India, Indian Journal of Medical Research, Vol. 137, May 2013, pp. 928-934.

 

39.  Shahina Begum, S.N. Dwivedi, Suneeta Mittal & Arvind Pandey (2013) Knowledge and practice of periodic abstinence among women in India, Open Journal of Preventive Medicine, Vol. 3(4), doi10:4238;opjpm:2013-34045.

 

40.  B.K. Gulati, Arvind Pandey, M. Ubaidullah, D. Sahu, R. Kulkarni, S. Begum (2013) Potential gain in life expectancy after elimination of cardiovascular diseases in selected states of India: An analysis of medical certification of causes of death data, Asian Academic Research Journal of Multidisciplinary, Vol. 1(16) December 2013, 301-310.

 

41.  R.J. Yadav, Arvind Pandey, A.K. Nigam, Padam Singh & Deepti Gulati (2013) Impact assessment of ICDS food fortification in the State of Uttar Pradesh, Indian Journal of Community Health, Vol.25(3) July-September 2013, pp. 285-292.

 

42.  K.B. Saha, D. Sahu, U. Saha, R.K. Sharma, M. Muniandi, P. Mishra, C. Mallick, J. Roy, A.K, Bhunia, A. Bisai & Arvind Pandey (2013) Towards developing communication strategies for HIV/AIDS control among scheduled tribes and scheduled castes women in three north-eastern states of India, World Journal of AIDS, 2013, Vol. 3, 367-377.

 

43.  Arvind Pandey, D. Sahu, Taoufik Bakkali, D.C.S. Reddy, S. Venkatesh, Shashi Kant, M. Bhattacharya, Yujwal Raj, Partha Haldar, Deepak Bhardwaj, Nalini Chandra (2012) Estimate of HIV prevalence and number of people living with HIV in India 2008-09, BMJ Open 2, September 30, 2012; 2:e000926, doi:10.1136, pp. 1-8.

 

44.  Arvind Pandey, R.M. Mishra, D.C.S. Reddy, M. Thomas, D. Sahu (2012) Alcohol use and STI among men in India: Evidences from a national household survey, Indian Journal of Community Medicine, Vol.37(2), April 2012, pp. 95-100.

 

45.  Arvind Pandey, R.M. Mishra, D. Sahu, S.K, Benara, M. Biswas, U. Sengupta, M.K. Mainkar, R. Adhikary (2012) Heterosexual risk behaviour among long distance truck drivers in India: The role of marital status, Indian Journal of Medical Research, Vol. 136 (Supl.) October, pp. 44-53.

 

46.  R.M. Mishra, Madhulika Dube, Niranjan Saggurti, Arvind Pandey, Bidhubhusan Mahapatra, Sowmya Ramesh (2012) The association between adolescent entry in trucking industry and risk of HIV among long distance truck drivers in India, HIV & AIDS - Research and Palliative Care, Vol. 4, pp. 141-148.

 

47.  R.M. Mishra, Madhulika Dube, Damodar Sahu, S. Niranjan, Arvind Pandey, (2012) Changing epidemiology of HIV in Mumbai: An application of the Asian Epidemic Model, Global Journal of Health Sciences, Vol. 4(5), pp. 100-112.

 

48.  A.K. Dwivedi, S.N. Dwivedi, S.V.S. Deo, Rakesh Shukla, Arvind Pandey, D.K. Dwivedi (2012) An epidemiological study on delay in treatment initiation of cancer patients, Health, Vol. 4, No.2, pp.66-79.

 

49.  S.N. Dwivedi, Shahina Begum, A.K. Dwivedi, Arvind Pandey (2012) Community effects on public health in India: A hierarchical model, Health, Vol. 4, No.8, pp. 526-536.

 

50.  R.J. Yadav, A. Pandey & P Singh (2012): An evaluation of the ICDS food fortification in Uttarakhand, Indian Journal of Community Health, Vol. 24(3) July-September 2012, pp.193-197.

 

51.  Arvind Pandey, R.M. Mishra, D. Sahu,  S.K, Benara, U. Sengupta, R.S. Paranjape, A. Gautam, S.R. Lenka, R. Adhikary (2011) Heading towards the Safer Highways: An assessment of the Avahan prevention programme among long distance truck drivers in India, BMC Public Health, Vo. 11 (Suppl.), pp. S15: 1-12.

 

52.  Arvind Pandey, Sanjay Kumar (2011) Mortality, Morbidity and Burden of Diseases in Bihar, Journal of Social and Economic Studies, Vo. XXI(II): Special Issue on Population and Development in Bihar, A.N. Sinha Institute of Social Studies, Patna, pp. 74-103.

 

53.  Abha Aggarwal, Arvind Pandey & Kiran Katoch (2011) Survey methodology for the assessment of diseases burden of leprosy in India, Health & Population – Perspectives and Issues, Vol.34(4), pp. 193-203

 

54.  B.K. Gulati, S. Unisa, Arvind Pandey, D. Sahu & S. Ganguly (2011) Correlates of occurrence of obstetric fistula among women in selected states of India: An analysis of DLHS-3 data, F. V&V ObGyn, Vol. 3(2), pp. 01-08.

 

55.  Arvind Pandey, Nandini Roy, Rahul Dev Bhawsar and R.M. Mishra (2010) Health information system in India: Issues of data availability and quality, Demography India, Vol. 39(1), pp.239-245.

 

56.  Arvind Pandey, DCS Reddy, M. Thomas, D. Sahu, Shashi Kant & M. Bhattacharya (2010) Estimates of Prevalence and Number of HIV Infections in India 2007 - An Update, Demography India, Vol. 39(2), 239-245.

 

57.  Shahina Begum, S.N. Dwivedi, Arvind Pandey & Suneeta Mittal (2010) Factors associated with unwanted pregnancies in India through a hierarchical model, Model Assisted Statistics and Applications, Vol. 5, pp. 197-202.

 

58.  Shahina Begum, S.N. Dwivedi, Arvind Pandey & Suneeta Mittal (2010) Association between domestic violence and unintended pregnancies in India: Findings from NFHS-2 data, National Medical Journal of India, Vol. 23(4), 198-200.

 

59.  Abha Aggarwal, Arvind Pandey (2010) Inverse sampling to study the disease burden of leprosy, Indian Journal of Medical Research, Vol. 132(4), October, pp.73-76.

 

60.  Atul Juneja, Arvind Pandey, R.K. Tuteja & A. Sehgal (2010) Burden of cancer in terms of person years of life lost due to premature mortality, Indian Journal of Cancer, Vol. 31(No.1-4), pp. 15-20.

 

61.  Pradeep Das, Steven Samuels, Philippe Desjeux, Atul Mittal, Roshan Topno, Niyamat Ali Siddiqui, Dipika Sur,  Arvind Pandey & Rhonda Sarnoff (2010) Annual incidence of visceral leishmaniasis in an endemic area of Bihar, India, Tropical Medicine and International Health, Vol. 15(Suppl.), pp.1-8, July 2010.

 

62.  Rhonda Sarnoff, Jaikishan Desai, Philippe Desjeux, Atul Mittal, Roshan Topno, Niyamat Ali Siddiqui, Arvind Pandey, Dipika Sur and Pradeep Das (2010) The economic impact of visceral leishmaniasis on rural households in one endemic district of Bihar, India, Tropical Medicine and International Health, Vol. 15(Suppl.), pp.42-49, July 2010.

 

63.  Ravendra Kumar Sharma, Manju Rani and Arvind Pandey (2009) Value of children in Uttar Pradesh, India: how rural parents see it? Demography India, Vol. 38(2), pp. 225-239.

 

64.  H.K. Chaturvedi, J. Mahanta, Arvind Pandey (2009) Treatment-seeking for febrile illness in north-east India: An epidemiological study in the malaria endemic zone, Malaria Journal (BioMed Central), Vol.8, pp.301-8.

 

65.  R.J. Yadav, Rajesh Mehta, Arvind Pandey & Tulsi Adhikari (2009) Evaluation of adolescent-friendly health services in India, Health and Population: Perspectives and Issues, Vol. 32(2), pp.96-104.

 

66.  R.J. Yadav, Arvind Pandey & Padam Singh (2009) Indigenous System of Medicine and Homoeopathy in India: Traditional healers users according to Literacy level, Journal of Empirical Research in Social Sciences, Vol. 4(No. 1-2), pp.40-48.

 

67.  Arvind Pandey, DCS Reddy, Peter Ghys, M. Thomas, D. Sahu, M. Bhattacharya, K.D. Maiti, Fred Arnold, Shashi Kant, Ajay Khera & Renu Garg (2009) Improved estimate of India’s HIV burden in 2006, Indian Journal of Medical Research, 129, 50-58.

 

68.  Shahina Begum, S.N. Dwivedi, Arvind Pandey, Suneeta Mittal & Sunesh Kumar (2009): Some epidemiological studies on mistimed pregnancies: Findings from NFHS-2, Journal of Empirical Research in Social Science, Vol. 3(1-2), March - September, pp.10-18.

 

69.  Arvind Pandey, S.K. Benara, Nandini Roy, D. Sahu, M. Thomas, D.K. Joshi, U. Sengupta, R. Paranjpe & Ajay Prakash (2008) Risk behaviour, STI, HIV among long distance truck drivers: a cross-sectional survey along national highways in India, AIDS, 22 (Suppl. 5), 81-90.

 

70.  Arvind Pandey, DCS Reddy & M. Thomas (2008): What lies behind the fall in the HIV population in India? Economic & Political Weekly, (27 December): pp-15-17.

 

71.  Abha Aggarwal, Arvind Pandey, P.P. Talwar (2008) Impact assessment of India Population Project (IPP-VIII) on child health in metropolitan cities of India, Health & Population – Perspectives & Issues, Vol.31(1): January-March Issue, pp.41-51.

 

72.  Shahina Begum, S.N. Dwivedi, Arvind Pandey, Suneeta Mittal & Sunesh Kumar (2008): Some epidemiological studies on unwanted pregnancies: Findings from NFHS-2, Journal of Empirical Research in Social Science, Vol. 3(1-2), March - September, pp.10-18.

 

73.  Shahina Begum, S.N. Dwivedi, Arvind Pandey, (2008) On optimum numbers of controls under case control studies on un-weighted pregnancies: An analytical approach, Statistics in Transition (International Journal of the Polish Statistical Association – new series), June, Vol. 9(1), pp.117-128.

 

74.  Arvind Pandey, D. Sahu, R.M. Mishra, D.K. Joshi, S.K. Benara, U. Sengupta, Nandini Roy, R. Adhikary, D. Pardeshi (2008) Integrated Behavioural and Biological Assessment - National Highways: Survey Methodology and Implementation, Demography India, Vol. 37 (Supplement), pp.77-90.

 

75.  T.K. Roy, Arvind Pandey (2008) National Family Health Survey in India: Survey Design and Related Issues, Demography India, Vol. 37 (Supplement) pp. 13-40.

 

76.  Arvind Pandey, M. Thomas, D.C.S. Reddy, Shashi Kant & M. Bhattacharya (2007) Process of estimating the number of people living with HIV in India, Indian Journal of Public Health, Vol.51(1), January-March Issue, pp.7-13.

 

77.  Padam Singh, Arvind Pandey & Abha Aggarwal (2007) House-to-house survey vs. snowball technique for capturing maternal deaths in India: A pilot study in search of a cost effective method, Indian Journal of Medical Research, Vol.125, April Issue, pp.550-556.

 

78.  R.J. Yadav, Arvind Pandey & Padam Singh, (2007) A study of acceptability of Indian System of Medicine and Homeopathy (ISM&H) in India: Results from the State of West Bengal, Indian Journal of Public Health, Vol.51(1), January-March Issue, pp.47-49.

 

79.  Atul Juneja, A. Sehgal & Arvind Pandey (2007) Cervical cancer screening in India: Strategies revisited, Indian Journal of Medical Sciences, Vol. 61(1), January, pp.34-47.

 

80.  Abha Aggarwal, Arvind Pandey & B.N. Bhattacharya (2007) Risk factors for maternal mortality in Delhi slums: A community based case-control study, Indian Journal of Medical Sciences, Vol. 61, No. 9, September, pp.517-526.

 

81.  Abha Aggarwal, Arvind Pandey, B.N. Bhattacharya, Nandini Roy, D. Sahu & A.K. Mehra (2007) Evaluation of India Population Project – VIII in four metropolitan cities of India, Journal of Empirical Research in Social Science, Vol. 2, No. 1-2, March, pp.28-39.

 

82.  Prem Chandra, S.N. Dwivedi, CS Bal, Ajay Kumar & Arvind Pandey (2007) Innovative role of imputation method/analysis in clinical trial on remnant ablation in differentiated thyroid cancer, Statistics in Transition: Journal of Polish Statistical Association, August, 2007, Vol. 8(2), pp.251-272.

 

83.  R.J. Yadav, Padam Singh, Arvind Pandey & Tulsi Adhikari (2007) Indigenous System of Medicine in Uttar Pradesh: Extent of Utilization, Indian Journal of Preventive and Social Medicine, Vol. 38(1&2), pp.88-95.

 

84.  R.K. Gupta & Arvind Pandey (2007) Status of children in East Delhi: Care during Deliveries, Immunization and Occurrence of Some Acute Diseases, Indian Journal of Community Medicine, Vol. 32(1), pp. 1-4.

 

85.  Samuel Otor & Arvind Pandey (2006) A life–length model of female adolescent sexual behaviour: Implications for policy options, Demography India, Vol. 35(2), pp.233-246.

 

86.  S.N. Dwivedi, Rajvir Singh, D. Sahu & Arvind Pandey (2006) Epidemiological Analysis of Contraceptive Use in India: An Application of Hierarchical Models, Demography India, Vol. 35(1), pp.145-158.

 

87.  R.K. Gupta & Arvind Pandey (2006) Birth and death registration status in Uttar Pradesh and Punjab, Journal of Empirical Research in Social Sciences, Vol. 1(2), pp.43-54.

 

88.  R.J. Yadav, Padam Singh, Arvind Pandey & H.K. Chaturvedi (2006) Indigenous System of Medicine and Homeopathy: Acceptability in North-Eastern States, Journal of Empirical Research in Social Sciences, Vol. 1(2), pp.65-74.

 

89.  R.K. Gupta and Arvind Pandey (2006): Care of the pregnant woman in East Delhi - present status and some correlates, Indian Journal of Preventive and Social Medicine, Vol. 37, 1&2; 32-37.

 

90.  R.K. Gupta and Arvind Pandey (2006): Occurrence of Chronic Diseases in East Delhi: Prevalence of Some Correlates, Health and Population – Perspectives & Issues, Vol. 4, October-December, pp. 169-176.

 

91.  R.K. Gupta and Arvind Pandey (2006): Birth & Death registration status in Uttar Pradesh & Punjab, Journal of Empirical Research in Social Sciences, Vol.1, No. 2; 43-45.

 

92.  R.K. Gupta and Arvind Pandey (2005): A field study on causes of deaths in East Delhi, The Journal of Family Welfare, Vol.51, No. 2; 46-50.

 

93.  Arvind Pandey & Samuel C.J. Otor (2005) Analyzing infertility in sub-Saharan Africa: A case of Sudan, Journal of Empirical Research in Social Sciences, Vol. 1(1), pp.1-15.

 

94.  Padam Singh, R.J. Yadav & Arvind Pandey (2005) Utilization of indigenous system of medicine and homoeopathy in India, Indian Journal of Medical Research, Vol. 122(2), August, pp.137-142.

 

95.  Arvind Pandey, B.N. Bhattacharya, D. Sahu & Rehena Sultana (2004) Are too early, too quickly and too many births the high risk births: an analysis of infant mortality in India using National Family Health Survey, Demography India, Vol.33(2):127-156.

 

96.  Arvind Pandey, Nandini Roy, D. Sahu & Rajib Acharya (2004) Maternal health care services: Observations from Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand & Uttranchal, Economic and Political Weekly (EPW), Vol. 39(7), February 14-20, pp.719-720.

 

97.  Atul Juneja, A. Sehgal, A.B. Mitra & Arvind Pandey (2003): A survey on risk factors associated with cervical cancer, Indian Journal of Cancer, Vol. 40, pp.15-22.

 

98.  Kiran Katoch, S. Jain, D.S. Chauhan, H. Singh., R. Das, P. Gupta, V.D. Sharma, V.M. Katoch, A.S. Sachan, Arvind Pandey, S.K. Benara, P. Singh (2003) Experience of detection and treatment of tuberculosis in a field area at Ghatampur, Kanpur, UP, Health Administrator, Vol. XV, No.1-2, page 124-126.

 

99.  Arvind Pandey and C.M. Suchindran (2002) Probability models of reproductive events using vital statistics, Demography India, Vol. 31(2), 119-127.

 

100.                                                                                                                                              S.N. Dwivedi, N.C. Saxena, K.K. Singh & Arvind Pandey (2002) A stochastic model for the study of interior closed birth interval and its application, Progress of Mathematics (A Journal of Indian Mathematical Society), Vol.36 (No.1&2),pp.199-207.

 

101.          Samuel Otor and Arvind Pandey (2002) Sub-fecundity and its reproductive health implications: An analysis of change and continuity in parity distribution in Sudan, Demography India, Vol.31 (2), 37-49.

 

102.          K.B. Pathak, Arvind Pandey & Ashutosh Ojha (2001) Child spacing and utilization of maternal health care services in some selected states of India - An analysis, Journal of Family Welfare, Vol. 47(2), October Issue, pp.18-26.

 

103.          R.K. Sharma & Arvind Pandey (2001) Rural-urban fertility differentials in India and its major states: An application of demand-supply framework, Demography India, Vol.30 (2), pp.231-243.

 

104.          Samuel Chang-Jwok Otor & Arvind Pandey (1999) Adolescent transition to coitus and premarital childbearing in Sudan: A biosocial perspective, under review in Journal of Biosocial Science, Vol. 31, Pt.3, pp.361-374.

 

105.          T.S. Sunil, V.K. Pillai & Arvind Pandey (1999) Do incentives matter? – Evaluation of a family planning program in India, Population Research and Policy Review, Vol. 18, pp. 563-577.

 

106.          Arvind Pandey, S.N. Dwivedi & R.N. Mishra (1998) A stochastic model for the study of last closed birth interval with some biosocial components, Mathematical Population Studies, Vol. 7(1), pp.1-27.

 

107.          Samuel C.J. Otor & Arvind Pandey (1998) Puberty and the family formation process in Sudan: Age-at-Menarche differential fecundity hypothesis revisited, Social Biology, Vol. 45, No.3-4, pp. 246-259.

 

108.          S.K. Singh, K.I. Shajy & Arvind Pandey (1997) A cross-cultural examination of the socio-economic differentials in child mortality in three selected states of India, Indian Association of Social Science Institutions (IASSI) Quarterly, Vol. 16(3-4), January-June issue of the Journal on the theme Population Research and Population Policy, pp. 53-73.

 

109.          Ajay Pandey & Arvind Pandey (1997): On analysing female nuptiality at micro level: A case of Uttar Pradesh, Indian Association of Social Science Institutions (IASSI) Quarterly, Vol. 16(3-4), January-June issue of the Journal on the theme Population Research and Population Policy, pp. 212-225.

 

110.          Arvind Pandey & C.M. Suchindran (1997)  Estimation of birth intervals and parity progression ratios from vital rates, Sankhya: The Indian Journal of Statistics, Vol. 59, Series B, Pt. 1, pp. 108-122.

 

111.          Arvind Pandey, N.C. Saxena & K.K. Singh (1997): Estimation of parity progression ratios from birth order statistics, GENUS, Vol. 53, No. 1-2, June Issue, pp. 177-188.

 

112.          Saumya Rama Rao, Arvind Pandey & K.I. Shajy (1997): Child mortality in Goa: a cross-sectional analysis, Social Biology, Vol. 44(1-2), pp. 101-110.

 

113.          U.S. Mishra, Arvind Pandey & S. Irudaya Rajan (1996) Biosocial determinants of abortion among Indian women, Radical Journal of Health, Vol. 2 (New Series), No. 4, pp.213-222.

 

114.          D. Sahu, Arvind Pandey and T.S. Sunil (1996) Determinants of the duration of postpartum amenorrhoea in Gujarat: a multivariate life table analysis, Demography India, Vol. 25 No. 2, pp. 239-248.

 

115.          Arvind Pandey & C.M. Suchindran (1995) Some analytical models to estimate maternal age at birth using age-specific fertility rates, Sankhya, Series B, Vol. 57, Pt. 1. pp. 142-150. (An earlier version of the paper appeared in the Proceedings of American Statistical Association (Social Statistics Section), San Francisco, California, USA.

 

116.          K.B. Pathak, Arvind Pandey & U.S. Mishra (1995) A joint probability distribution of open birth interval and open status of women, Journal of the Indian Society for Probability and Statistics, Vol. 2, pp.31-44.

 

117.          K.B. Pathak, Arvind Pandey & K.I. Shajy (1994) Implications of changes in family dynamics in India: 1971-88, Jansamkhya, Vol. 12(1&2), pp. 57-73.

 

118.          K. Srinivasan, P.C. Saxena & Arvind Pandey (1994) Birth order and birth interval statistics: use in assessing levels and changes in fertility, Journal of Family Welfare, Vol. 40(1), pp. 1-14.

 

119.          S. Rajaram, Saumya Rama Rao & Arvind Pandey (1994) Birth interval dynamics in Goa: a parity specific analysis, Demography India, Vol. 23, pp. 67-82.

 

120.          K.B. Pathak & Arvind Pandey (1993) Tempo of fertility in Orissa: A study based on birth intervals, Journal of Family Welfare, Vol. 39(4), pp.1-8.

 

121.          Arvind Pandey, S. Sreenivasan, P.C. Saxena & C.M. Suchindran (1993) Differentials in the age at the beginning and end of childbearing in the selected states of India, Jansamkhya, Vol. XI(2), pp.73-100.

 

122.          Arvind Pandey & D. Barman (1993) A parity dependent model for straddling birth interval, Gujarat Statistical Review, Vol. 19&20, pp. 29-34.

 

123.          R.C. Yadav, Arvind Pandey & N.C. Saxena (1992) Estimation of parity progression ratios from the truncated distribution of closed and open birth intervals, Mathematical Biosciences, Vol. 110(2), pp. 181‑190.

 

124.          K.B. Pathak & Arvind Pandey (1992) Social development and dynamics of population in Bihar, Social Change, Vol. 2(3), pp.80‑92.

 

125.          Arvind Pandey (1992) A model to estimate fecundability and secondary sterility from the truncated distribution of open birth interval, Journal of Scientific Research, Vol. 42(1&2), pp.111‑118.

 

126.          K.B. Pathak, Arvind Pandey & U.S. Mishra (1991) On estimating the current level of fertility and child mortality from the data on open birth interval and survival status of the last child, Jansamkhya, Vol.9 (1), pp.15-24.

 

127.          K.B. Pathak & Arvind Pandey (1990) Application of a stochastic model to ascertain the truncation bias and systematic component of variation in closed birth interval, Sankhya, Series B, Vol. 52(3), pp. 261‑270.

 

128.          Arvind Pandey, S.N. Dwivedi & R.N. Mishra (1990) Distribution of closed birth intervals with some biosocial components: A stochastic model and its application, Journal of Mathematical Sociology, Vol. 16(1), pp. 89‑106.

 

129.          K.B. Pathak, Arvind Pandey & U.S. Mishra (1990) Estimation of current fecundability from data on open (reproductive) status of women, Demography India, Vol. 19(1), pp.131‑139.

 

130.          M. El‑Shalakani & Arvind Pandey (1989) Distribution of births in an abrupt sequence: A stochastic model", Mathematical Biosciences, Vol. 95, pp. 1‑11.

 

131.          R.C. Yadav & Arvind Pandey (1989): On the distribution of straddling birth intervals, Biometrical Journal, Vol. 31(7), pp. 855‑863.

 

132.          Arvind Pandey & K.B. Pathak (1989): A steady state model of open birth interval, Assam Statistical Review, Vol. 3(1), pp. 22‑27.

 

133.          V.K. Singh, R.N. Mishra, Arvind Pandey & S.N. Dwivedi (1989) A conception dependent model for first live birth interval, The Aligarh Journal of Statistics, Vol. 9, pp. 7‑15.

 

134.          K. Srinivasan, K.B. Pathak & Arvind Pandey (1989) Determinants of breast‑feeding and post‑partum amenorrhea in Orissa, Journal of Biosocial Science, Vol. 21, pp. 365‑371.

 

135.          Arvind Pandey & R.N. Singh (1988) A stochastic model applicable to the study of open birth interval regardless of parity, Rural Demography, Vol. 15(1&2), pp. 19‑26.

 

136.          K.K. Singh, Arvind Pandey & B.N. Singh (1987) A study of the impact of infant mortality on fertility and family size: findings from a sample survey, Journal of the Institute of Economic Research, Vol. 22(1), pp. 43‑52.

 

137.          S.N. Singh, R.C. Yadav & Arvind Pandey (1987): On estimating mean birth interval characteristic of women, Canadian Studies in Population, Vol. 14(1), pp. 1‑8.

 

138.          K. Srinivasn, K.B. Pathak & Arvind Pandey (1987): On estimating age-specific fecundability and secondary sterility from the data on open and last closed birth intervals, Sankhya, Series B, Vol. 49(2), pp. 176‑185.

 

139.          Arvind Pandey, K.K. Singh & S.N. Dwivedi (1987): On the distribution of interior birth interval, Demography India, Vol. 15 (2), pp. 283‑287.

 

140.          R.C. Yadav, Arvind Pandey & R.N. Singh (1985): On estimating the risk of conception from censored data on inter‑live birth interval, Journal of the Institute of Economic Research, J.S.S, Institute of Economic Research, Dharwad, Vol. 20(2), pp. 51‑55.

 

141.          Arvind Pandey (1984) Determinants of age at marriage for females in India, Jansamkhya, Vol. 2(2) pp. 105‑116.

 

142.          S.N. Singh, R.C. Yadava & Arvind Pandey (1984) A generalised parity dependent model for open birth interval, Journal of Scientific Research, B.H.U., Vol. 34(1), pp. 7‑13.

 

143.          S.N. Singh, B.N. Bhattacharya, Arvind Pandey & R.N. Mishra (1983) A parity dependent model for closed birth interval, Journal of Indian Statistical Association, Vol. 21, pp.67‑72.

 

144.          R.N. Mishra, Arvind Pandey & K.K. Singh (1983) A generalised probability distribution for closed birth interval, Health and Population ‑ Perspectives & Issues, Vol. 6(1), pp. 36‑45.

 

145.          Arvind Pandey, H.L. Sharma & K.K. Singh (1981) Linkage of intrinsic to age-specific birth rates in two sex model, Journal of Scientific Research, B.H.U., Vol. 32 (2), pp. 313‑317.

 

146.          S.N. Singh, Arvind Pandey & R.N. Mishra (1981) A generalized probability distribution for open birth interval", The Aligarh Journal of Statistics, Vol. 1(2), pp. 183‑188.

 

147.          R.N. Mishra, Arvind Pandey, V.M. Gupta, N.S.N. Rao & I.C. Tiwari (1981) A note on seasonal pattern in the normal and caesarean deliveries at faculty hospital, Banaras Hindu University, Indian Journal of Community Medicine, Vol. 3, pp. 31‑37.

 

148.          S.N. Singh, R.C. Yadav & Arvind Pandey (1979) On a generalized probability distribution of open birth interval regardless of parity", Journal of Scientific Research, B.H.U., Vol. 29(1), pp. 167‑170.

 

149.          S.N. Singh, R.C. Yadav & Arvind Pandey (1979): On a probability model for closed birth interval", Health and Population ‑ Perspectives & Issues, Vol. 2(3), pp. 224‑230.

 

150.          S.N. Singh, R.C. Yadav & Arvind Pandey (1978) A probability model for forward birth interval", Health and Population ‑ Perspectives & Issues, Vol. 1(4), pp. 295‑301.

 

(B)  Short Research Articles / Short Communications

 

151.          Arvind Pandey, Abha Aggarwal, Jyotsna Gupta (2011) Clinical Trials Registry – India (CTRI): Short Communication, Innovations in Pharmaceutical and Pharmacotherapy, Vol. 3, Issue 2, 2015, e-ISSN: 2321 323X, www.innpharmacotherapy.com, pp. 645.

 

152.          Arvind Pandey, Abha Aggarwal, Mohua Maulik, Jyotsna Gupta, Atul Juneja & S.D. Seth (2011) The Upgraded Clinical Trials Registry India: A summary of changes (Report), Indian Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol. VIII, No. 3, July-September, pp. 186.

 

153.          Arvind Pandey, Abha Aggarwal, S.D. Seth, Mohua Maulik, & Atul Juneja (2011) Strengthening ethics in clinical research (Correspondence), Indian Journal of Medical Research, Vol. 133: March, pp. 339-340.

 

154.          Arvind Pandey, Abha Aggarwal, Mohua Maulik, & S.D. Seth (2010) Clinical Trials Registry – India: Raising the Veil (Letter to Editor), National Medical Journal of India, Vol. 23(3): May, pp.187-88.

 

155.          Arvind Pandey (2010) Population Studies and Public Health: The Linkage, (Presidential Address during the XXXII Annual Conference of Indian Association for the Study of Population), Demography India, Vol. 39(2), pp. 153-155.

 

156.          Arvind Pandey (2009) Population transition and disease burden in India: Challenges to social and health policy, (Presidential Address during the XXXI Annual Conference of Indian Association for the Study of Population), Demography India,Vol.38(2)pp.171-176.

 

157.          Arvind Pandey, Abha Aggarwal, Mohua Maulik, & S.D. Seth (2009) Clinical trial registration gains momentum in India, Indian Journal of Medical Research, Vol. 130: July Issue, pp.85-86.

 

158.          Arvind Pandey (2008) Population, gender and health (Presidential address to the XXX Annual Conference of the Indian Association for the Study of Population held at the Institute for Social & Economic Change, Bangalore, 17-19 October, 2008), Demography India, Vol. 37, No.2, pp. 167-169.

 

159.          Arvind Pandey, Abha Aggarwal, S.D. Seth, M. Maulik, R. Bano & Atul Juneja (2008) Clinical Trial Registry – India: Redefining the conduct of clinical trials, A Review Article, Indian Journal of Cancer, Vol. 45(3): July-September Issue, pp.79-82.

 

160.          Arvind Pandey (2007) Population and Health in India: An Appraisal of Policy and Programme Perspectives (Presidential Address during the XXIX Annual Conference of Indian Association for the Study of Population), Demography India, Vol.36(2), July-Dec., pp.171-179.

 

161.          S. Rajaram & Arvind Pandey (1997) Estimation of fecundability and primary infertility from first conceptive delays: a communicable approach, Technical Note in ISMS Bulletin, Vol.12 (2), pp.12-15.

 

162.          Arvind Pandey (1994): Estimation of infant population by monthly age interval, Technical Note in ISMS Newsletter, Vol. 9(1), pp.7-8.

 

163.          V.K. Hardatt, A. Pandey, R.N. Mishra, V.M. Gupta & S.M. Marwah (1982) Statistical model to estimate probable conception rate and births by females adopting MTP/MR, Indian Journal of Preventive and Social Medicine, Vol. 13(1), pp 31‑34.

 

(C)  In Books

 

164.          Arvind Pandey, D. Sahu, B.K. Gulati & AK Shukla (2015) Examining the demographic determinants of infant mortality in India, In S. Sharma (Ed.) Maternal and Child Health in India – Policies and Challenges, Bookwell, Delhi, pp. 1-13.

 

165.          Tulsi Adhikari & Arvind Pandey (2014) Undernutrition among children under-two years in southern states of India: An examination of prevalence and risk factors, in Mohanchandran, Anil and Sulaja (Eds.) Population Dynamics & Health Issues of Children in India, Dept. of Demography, University of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram, pp. 3-18.

 

166.          Jeetendra Yadav, R.J. Yadav and Arvind Pandey (2012) Food Fortification in Madhya Pradesh - An Evaluation, In Population, Reproductive and Child Health - Perspectives and Challenges, (Eds.) UV Somayajulu et al., Serial Publications, New Delhi (India).

 

167.          Arvind Pandey, K.K. Singh, Shilpi Tanti and Shruti Verma (2012) Transition in Differential Patterns of Reproductive Timing among Women in Orissa, In Population, Reproductive and Child Health - Perspectives and Challenges, (Eds.) UV Somayajulu et al., Serials Publications, New Delhi (India).

 

168.          Uma Saha, R.K. Sharma, Kalyan Saha, Arvind Pandey & T.K. Roy (2011) Role of demand for children and family welfare programme in fertility decline in Andhra Pradesh: Evidences from the National Family Health Surveys, In Population and Reproductive Health – Perspectives & Issues, U.V. Somayajulu, K.K. Singh, K.V.R. Subrahmanyam & Arvind Pandey (Eds.), Hindustan Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, ISBN 81-7075-089-X, pp. 12-21.

 

169.          R.J. Yadav, Arvind Pandey, Jeetendra Yadav (2011) Use of traditional healers in Indian System of Medicine according to literacy level, In Population and Reproductive Health – Perspectives & Issues, U.V. Somayajulu, K.K. Singh, K.V.R. Subrahmanyam & Arvind Pandey (Eds.), Hindustan Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, pp. 125-130.

 

170.          Arvind Pandey, R.M. Mishra, Nandini Roy & K.M. Sathyanarayana (2010) Population research and millennium development goals in India, In Population, Gender and Health in India: Methods, Processes and Policies, K.S. James, Arvind Pandey, Dhananjay W. Bansod & Lekha Subaiya (Eds.), Academic Foundation, New Delhi, pp. 47-65.

 

171.          D. Sahu, Arvind Pandey, B.K. Gulati and Nomita Chandhiok (2010) Factors affecting postpartum non-susceptible period in Orissa: A Multivariate Survival Analysis with Time Dependent Covariates, In Population, Gender and Health in India: Methods, Processes and Policies K.S. James, Arvind Pandey, Dhananjay W. Bansod & Lekha Subaiya (Eds.), Academic Foundation, New Delhi, pp. 139-152.

 

172.          Atul Juneja, Arvind Pandey, R.K. Tuteja & Deepika Sareen (2010) In Om Prakash (Ed.) Advances in Information Theory and Operations Research, VDM, Verleg, Germany, pp.348-352.

 

173.          Ashutosh Ojha, Arvind Pandey, B.K. Gulati & B.N. Bhattacharya (2009) Unobservable heterogeneity and timing of births in Uttar Pradesh: An application of parametric failure time model of event history analysis, In KK Singh, RC Yadav & Arvind Pandey (Eds.) Population, Poverty & Health – Analytical Approaches, Hindustan Publishing Corporation (India), New Delhi, ISBN 81-7075-088-1, pp. 86-95.

 

174.          Abha Aggarwal, Arvind Pandey, Rohini Sehgal & Suneeta Mittal (2009) Maternal Mortality in Minorities, In N.C. Chavez Tapia and M. Urbi (Eds.) Topics in Prevalent Diseases, Nova Science Publishers Inc., Chapter 15, pp. 259-278.

 

175.          Atul Juneja, A. Sehgal, RK Tuteja, Arvind Pandey (2008): Probability of detecting pre-cancerous stage of cervical cancer - Bayesian View, In Information Theory and Applications, (Eds.) Prem Nath, Gulshan Taneja, Sukhvinder Singh Deora, RGN Publications, pp. 82-85.

 

176.          Abha Aggarwal & Arvind Pandey (2006) Lot quality assurance sampling for the evaluation of immunization programme, in Biostatistical Aspects of Health & Population, Hindustan Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, pp.20-24.

 

177.          Prem Chandra, S.N. Dwivedi, C.S. Bal, Ajay Kumar, Arvind Pandey, K.R. Sundaram & Padam Singh (2006) On the use of consort statement in clinical trials on remnant ablation of differential thyroid cancer, in Biostatistical Aspects of Health & Population, Hindustan Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, pp.41-45.

 

178.          R.J. Yadav, Padam Singh & Arvind Pandey (2006) A methodological note on assessing the access and utilization of Indian System of Medicine & Homeopathy in India, in Biostatistical Aspects of Health & Population, Hindustan Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, pp.70-73.

 

179.          M. Thomas, S. Biswas, Rehena Sulatana & Arvind Pandey (2006): Stochastic models to study the dynamics of HIV/AIDS: An analytical review, IV/AIDS  in Biostatistical Aspects of Health & Population, Hindustan Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, pp.106-132.

 

180.          T.K. Roy, Ravi K. Verma & Arvind Pandey (2006) Contraceptive use in Uttar Pradesh: Recent evidence and policy/programme implications, in Biostatistical Aspects of Health & Population, Hindustan Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, pp.280-290.

 

181.          Arvind Pandey, B.N. Bhattacharya, D. Sahu & Rehena Sultana (2005): Components of under-five mortality: Trends, current stagnation, and future forecasting levels, Burden of Disease in India, National Commission on Macro-Economics & Health (NCMH), Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India, New Delhi, pp.152-178.

 

182.          R.J. Yadav, Padam Singh & Arvind Pandey (2004) Indigenous systems of medicine and homeopathy: gender perspective, Proceedings of the National Seminar on Gender Statistics and Data Gaps, February 5-7, Central Statistical Organization, Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, Govt. of India, New Delhi pp.224-230.

 

183.          Nandini Roy, Shahina Begum, Yonah Bhutia & Arvind Pandey (2003) The trend of unmet need for family planning in Northeastern states of India, In Dynamics of Population and Reproductive Health: Emerging Issue of Northern Region of India, (Ed.) Dilip C. Nath, Capital Publication Company, Guwahati, pp 240-260.

 

184.          Arvind Pandey, S. Rajaram & D. Sahu (2002) An investigation into the socio-economic differentials of child mortality in Uttar Pradesh, In Biostatistical Aspects of Health & Epidemiology, (Eds.) C.M. Pandey, U. Singh & P. Mishra, Prakashan Kendra, Lucknow, pp.11-20.

 

185.          F. Ram, Arvind Pandey, T.K. Roy & Zaheer Khan (2002) Fertility transition in Uttar Pradesh: evidences and policy implications, In Biostatistical Aspects of Health & Epidemiology, (Eds.) C.M. Pandey, U. Singh & P. Mishra, Prakashan Kendra, Lucknow, pp.11-29.

 

186.          Arvind Pandey, P. Mishra & Ashutosh Ojha (2002) An analysis of the child spacing effect of the utilization of maternal health care services in some selected states of India, In Biostatistical Aspects of Health & Epidemiology, (Eds.) C.M. Pandey, U. Singh & P. Mishra, Prakashan Kendra, Lucknow, pp. 39-46.

 

187.          K.B. Pathak, Arvind Pandey & U.S. Mishra (2002) The systematic component of variation in the distribution of open birth interval: An assessment, In Biostatistical Aspects of Health & Epidemiology, (Eds.) C.M. Pandey, U. Singh & P. Mishra, Prakashan Kendra, Lucknow, pp. 270-276.

 

188.          M. Thomas & Arvind Pandey (2002) A study on the spread and progression of HIV/AIDS in India, In Biostatistical Aspects of Health & Epidemiology, (Eds.) C.M. Pandey, U. Singh & P. Mishra, Prakashan Kendra, Lucknow, pp. 270-276.

 

189.          Arvind Pandey (2002) Demographic transition and global health: An overview, In Epidemiology, Health and Population, (Eds.) Anil Kumar, BR Publication Corporation, Delhi, pp. 261-270.

 

190.          Abha Aggarwal & Arvind Pandey (2002) Gender disparity in food-intake among children under age 18 in Delhi, In Epidemiology, Health and Population, (Eds.) Anil Kumar, BR Publication Corporation, Delhi, pp. 301-308.

 

191.          Samuel Otor & Arvind Pandey (2001) Child spacing in Sudan: an indirect estimation from the 1993 Census data, In Dynamics of Population Change: Emerging Issues of Twenty-First Century, (Eds.) R.C. Yadava, K.N.S. Yadava & K.K. Singh, Shipra Publications, Delhi, ISBN: 81-7541-079-5, pp. 47-52.

 

192.          K.B. Pathak, Arvind Pandey & K.I. Shajy (2001) A new method to assess the fertility impact of family planning with illustrative application to some selected states of India, In Dynamics of Population Change: Emerging Issues of Twenty-First Century, Eds. R,C. Yadav, K.N.S. Yadav & K.K. Singh, Shipra Publications, Delhi, ISBN: 81-7541-079-5, pp.268-281.

 

193.          K.B. Pathak, Arvind Pandey & T.S. Sunil (2000) An assessment of the systematic component of variation in the distribution of number of births, In Proceedings of the National Seminar on Bayesian Statistics and Its Applications, April 6-8, 1996, Eds. S.K. Upadhyay & U. Singh, Dept. of Statistics, B.H.U., Varanasi, India, pp.125-132.

 

194.          Arvind Pandey, D. Sahu & S. Rajaram (1997) Determinants of child spacing in Uttar Pradesh: Findings from the National Family Health Survey, In Population and Development in Uttar Pradesh, (Eds.) Kamla Gupta & Arvind Pandey, B.R. Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, pp.235-246.

 

195.          V. Jayachandran, T.K. Roy & Arvind Pandey (1997) Estimates of fertility and mortality for major states of India: An assessment of NFHS data, International General Population Conference, International Union for the Study of Population (IUSSP), Beijing, China, Vol. 3, Formal Session F.20, pp. 1259-1276.

 

196.          Samuel C.-J. Otor & Arvind Pandey (1996)  Fertility Transition in Sudan: A biosocial perspective, In Proceedings of the Census Data Users Meeting held at Bureau of Census, Khartoum, Sudan, September 17, 1995, Bureau of Census, Khartoum, Sudan, pp.123-131.

 

197.          K. Srinivasan, Arvind Pandey & S. Rajaram (1994) Child spacing patterns derived from age‑specific fertility rates: an illustrative application to Indian situation, In Biosocial Aspects of Human Fertility: Models and Applications, (Eds.) K.B. Pathak & Arvind Pandey, pp. 40‑51.

 

198.          K.B. Pathak, Arvind Pandey, U.S. Mishra & S. Sreenivasan (1994) On a synthetic cohort model of open birth interval, In Biosocial Aspects of Human Fertility: Models and Applications, (Eds.) K.B. Pathak & Arvind Pandey, B.R. Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, pp. 52‑60.

 

199.          Arvind Pandey, C.M. Suchindran & S. Rajaram (1994) Study of fertility in life table form: an illustration to Indian data, In Biosocial Aspects of Human Fertility: Models and Applications, (Eds.) K.B. Pathak & Arvind Pandey, B.R. Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, pp. 61‑67.

 

200.          K. Srinivasan, Arvind Pandey & S. Rajaram (1993) Birth interval differentials in Goa, Dynamics of Population and Family Welfare, (Eds.) K.B. Pathak, U.P. Sinha & Arvind Pandey, Himalaya Publishing House, Bombay.

 

201.          K. Srinivasan, K.B. Pathak & Arvind Pandey (1990) Bio‑demographic correlates of gestation period, Statistics in Health and Nutrition, (Eds.) K.V. Rao et al., National Institute of Nutrition (ICMR), Hyderabad, pp. 217‑226.

 

202.          Arvind Pandey & C.M. Suchindran (1989) Pace, speed and quantum of fertility: a model based estimation", Dynamics of Population and Family Welfare, (Eds.) K. Srinivasan and K.B. Pathak, Himalaya Publishing House, Bombay, pp. 268‑278.

 

203.          Arvind Pandey, H.L. Sharma & K.K. Singh (1989) Compounding negative binomial and Poisson distribution to describe rural‑urban out‑migration at household level, Population Transition in India, (eds.) S.N. Singh et al., Vol. 2, B.R. Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, pp. 293‑298.

 

204.          Arvind Pandey & P.C. Saxena (1986) Internal migration in different states of India during 1981 census: a study of some determinants, Proceedings of All India Seminar on Migration Research in the Context of Development, (Ed.) K.N.S. Yadav, Centre of Population Studies, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, pp. 47‑54.

 

205.          K. Srinivasan, K.B. Pathak & Arvind Pandey (1985) On some techniques for estimating parity progression ratios from the survey data with illustrative applications, In Dynamics of Population and Family Welfare, Ser. 4, pp. 115‑143, (Eds.) K. Srinivasan and S. Mukerji, Himalaya Publishing House, Bombay.

 

206.          Arvind Pandey (1982): On the estimates of the risk of conception from closed birth interval data, In S.N. Singh (Ed.) Proceedings of Seminar on Recent Developments in the Techniques of Demographic Analysis and Statistical Inference, B.H.U., Varanasi, pp 7‑14.

 

 

(D) Books Authored/Edited

 

1.      Population and Reproductive Health – Perspectives & Issues, (Ed.) U.V. Somayajulu, K.K. Singh, KVR Subrahmanyam & Arvind Pandey, Hindustan Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, 2011, ISBN 81-7075-089-X.

 

2.      Population, Gender and Health in India: Methods, Processes and Policies, (Ed.) K.S. James, Arvind Pandey, Dhananjay W. Bansod & Lekha Subaiya, Academic Foundation, New Delhi, 2010.

 

3.      Population, Poverty & Health: Some Analytic Approaches, (Ed.) K.K. Singh, R.C. Yadav & Arvind Pandey, Hindustan Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, 2009, ISBN 81-7075-088-1.

 

4.      Demography India – Vol. 37: Supplement Issue on Large Scale Surveys on Health and Nutrition, (Ed.) Arvind Pandey & R.K. Gupta, Hindustan Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, 2008.

 

5.      Biostatistical Aspects of Health and Population, (Ed.) Arvind Pandey, Hindustan Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, 2006.

 

6.      Infant and Child Mortality in India.  Arvind Pandey, Minja Kim Choe, Norman Y. Luther, D. Sahu & Jagdish Chand.  National Family Health Survey Subject Reports No. 11, International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai, India & East-West Center Program on Population, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 1998.

 

7.      Fertility in India.  M.M. Gandotra, Robert E. Retherford, Arvind Pandey, Norman Y. Luther & Vinod K. Mishra.  National Family Health Survey Subject Reports No. 9, International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai, India & East-West Center Program on Population, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 1998.

 

8.      Population and Development in Uttar Pradesh (Ed.) Kamla Gupta & Arvind Pandey, B.R. Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, 1997.

 

9.      Biosocial Aspects of Human Fertility: Models & Applications (Ed.) K.B. Pathak & Arvind Pandey, B.R. Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, 1994.

 

10.  Biostatistical Aspects of Health (Ed.) K.B. Pathak, C.P. Prakasam & Arvind Pandey, B.R. Publishing Corporation, New Delhi, 1994.

 

11.  Dynamics of Population and Family Welfare, (Ed.) K.B. Pathak, U.P. Sinha & Arvind Pandey, Himalaya Publishing House, Bombay, 1993.

 

12.  Stochastic Models of Human Reproduction, K.B. Pathak & Arvind Pandey, Himalaya Publishing House, Bombay, 1993.

 

(E) Project Reports/Monographs (Retrospectively)

 

1        India HIV Estimations - 2015, Technical Report, National Institute of Medical Statistics, ICMR, New Delhi & National AIDS Control Organization (NACO), MOHFW, New Delhi, 2015.

 

2        Under Nutrition in Children Under 2 Years (U2) in India: An Analysis of Determinants, National Institute of Medical Statistics, ICMR, New Delhi & Public Health Nutrition and Development Centre, New Delhi, 2014.

 

3        Technical Report India HIV Estimate - 2010-11, National Institute of Medical Statistics, ICMR, New Delhi & National AIDS Control Organization (NACO), MOHFW, New Delhi, 2012.

 

4        Infant and Child Mortality in India: Levels, Trends, and Determinants, National Institute of Medical Statistics, ICMR and UNICEF, New Delhi, 2012.

 

5        Integrated Behavioural and Biological Assessment – National Highways (IBBA-NH), National Institute of Medical Statistics, Indian Council of Medical Research, New Delhi, 2011.

 

5.      Integrated Disease Surveillance Project – Non Communicable Diseases (IDSP-NCD) Risk Factor Survey, 2007-08, National Institute of Medical Statistics & Division of NCD, Indian Council of Medical Research, New Delhi, 2010.

 

6        Technical Report India HIV Estimate – 2008-09, National Institute of Medical Statistics, ICMR, New Delhi & National AIDS Control Organization (NACO), MOHFW, New Delhi, 2010.

 

7        Technical Report India HIV Estimate - 2007, National Institute of Medical Statistics, ICMR, New Delhi & National AIDS Control Organization (NACO), MOHFW, New Delhi, 2008.

 

8        Behavioural Surveillance Survey in India – Youth Component,  2006-07 (BSS-2 Youth), National Institute of Medical Statistics, ICMR, New Delhi & National AIDS Control Organization (NACO), MOHFW, New Delhi, 2008.

 

9        Technical Report India HIV Estimate – 2006, National Institute of Medical Statistics, ICMR, New Delhi (National AIDS Control Organization (NACO), MOHFW, New Delhi, 2007.

 

10    Health Sector Policy Reforms Options Database (HS-PROD) of India, Central Bureau of Health Intelligence, DGHS, MOHFW, New Delhi, National Institute of Medical Statistics, ICMR & European Commission Technical Assistance (ECTA), Health & Family Welfare Sector Programme in India, www.cbhi.hsprodindia.nic.in, 2007.

 

11    Impact Assessment of ICDS Food Fortification on Child Health in Uttara Khand (sponsored by the World Food Programme (India Office), New Delhi, 2007.

 

12    Impact Assessment of ICDS Food Fortification on Child Health in Uttar Pradesh (sponsored by the World Food Programme (India Office), New Delhi, 2006.

 

13    Impact Assessment of ICDS Food Fortification on Child health in Madhya Pradesh (sponsored by the World Food Programme (India Office), New Delhi, 2006.

 

14    Technical Report India HIV Estimate - 2005, National Institute of Medical Statistics, ICMR, New Delhi & National AIDS Control Organization (NACO), MOHFW, New Delhi, 2006.

 

15    ISM&H Beneficiaries Covered under CGHS and Selected Teaching Hospitals Attached to ISM&H Colleges (sponsored by the Dept. of AYUSH - Indian System of Medicine & Homeopathy, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India), 2005.

 

16    Technical Report India HIV Estimate - 2004, National Institute of Medical Statistics, ICMR, New Delhi & National AIDS Control Organization (NACO), MOHFW, New Delhi, 2005.

 

17    Examination of WHO Guidelines on Exclusive Breastfeeding in Relation to Child Survival in India, Institute for Research in Medical Statistics, ICMR, New Delhi (sponsored by the National Commission of Population, Govt. of India), 2004.

 

18    Development of Demographic Database for Micro (District) Level Planning in India: Exploration of Alternative Data Sources, Institute for Research in Medical Statistics, ICMR, New Delhi (sponsored by the Asian Development Bank), 2004.

 

19    Community-Based Study to Estimate the Prevalence of STD/STI in Urban and Rural Areas of India, Institute for Research in Medical Statistics, ICMR, New Delhi (sponsored by the National AIDS Control Organization, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India), 2004.

 

20    Determination of Risk Factors Associated with Maternal Mortality in Municipal Corporation of Delhi: A Community Based Case Control Study (sponsored by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India), 2004.

 

21    A study on the birth and death registration in India (sponsored by the Central Statistical Organization, Ministry of Planning & Programme Implementation, Govt. of India), 2004.

 

22    An innovative study on awareness about STDs/AIDS among truck drivers in India (sponsored by the World AIDS Foundation), 2004.

 

23    Technical Report India HIV Estimate - 2003, National Institute of Medical Statistics, ICMR, New Delhi & National AIDS Control Organization (NACO), MOHFW, New Delhi, 2004.

 

24    Estimates of Maternal Mortality Ratio and Causes of Maternal Death in India: A Pilot Study, Institute for Research in Medical Statistics, ICMR, New Delhi (sponsored by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India), 2003.

 

25    Usage and Acceptability of Indian System of Medicine and Homoeopathy: Report, Institute for Research in Medical Statistics, ICMR, New Delhi (sponsored by the Dept. of Indian System of Medicine & Homeopathy, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India), 2003.

 

26    Technical Report India HIV Estimate - 2002, National Institute of Medical Statistics, ICMR, New Delhi & National AIDS Control Organization (NACO), MOHFW, New Delhi, 2003.

 

27    India Population Project (IPP-VIII): End Line Survey, Institute for Research in Medical Statistics, ICMR, New Delhi, New Delhi (sponsored by the World Bank / Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India), 2002.

 

28    Baseline Survey in Trans-Yamuna Area of Delhi for the Preparation of Healthy City, Institute for Research in Medical Statistics, ICMR, New Delhi, New Delhi (sponsored by the Director General of Health Services, Govt. of NCT Delhi, India), 2002.

 

29    National Household Survey of Drug and Alcohol Abuse in India: Report (Anurag Srivastava, Hem Raj Pal, SN Dwivedi & Arvind Pandey), Clinical Epidemiology Unit, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi (sponsored by the UNDCP/ Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India), 2002.

 

30    National Family Health Survey, 1998-99 (NFHS-2), India: Madhya Pradesh, International Institute for Population Sciences & ORC Macro, IIPS, Mumbai, 2001.

 

31    National Family Health Survey, 1998-99 (NFHS-2), India: Uttar Pradesh, International Institute for Population Sciences & ORC Macro, IIPS, Mumbai, 2001.

 

32    Final Evaluation of Integrated Nutrition Health Project: Quantitative Survey, CARE India, (Consolidated Report of 7 States), Institute for Research in Medical Statistics, ICMR, New Delhi, 2001.

 

33    National Family Health Survey, 1998-99 (NFHS-2), India: India, International Institute for Population Sciences & ORC Macro, IIPS, Mumbai, 2000.

 

34    National Family Health Survey, 1998-99 (NFHS-2), India: Andhra Pradesh, International Institute for Population Sciences & ORC Macro, IIPS, Mumbai, 2000.

 

35    Use and Wastage of Nirodh in Three Selected States of India (Haryana, Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh), (Parveen Nangia, S.K. Singh, F. Ram & Arvind Pandey), IIPS, Mumbai, 1998.

 

36    Nirodh Use and Its Wastage in India: A Field Investigation in Maharashtra, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, (F. Ram, Ravi K. Verma, Arvind Pandey, Parveen Nangia, Sanghamitra Acharya, Sayeed Unisa & T. K. Roy), IIPS, Mumbai, 1997.

 

37    A New Approach to Study the Impact of Family Planning Programme on Fertility in Different States of India, (K.B. Pathak, Arvind Pandey & K.I. Shajy), IIPS, Bombay, 1996.

 

38    National Family Health Survey, 1992-93 (NFHS-1): (MCH and Family Planning): Madhya Pradesh, Population Research Centre, Bhopal, and IIPS, Bombay, 1995.

 

39    Approaches to Target Setting of Family Planning in India: An Analytical Review and Development of a New Approach, (K.B. Pathak, Arvind Pandey & B.S. Singh), IIPS, Bombay, 1995.

 

40    A Study of the Implications of Changes in Family Dynamics in India during 1971-88, (K.B. Pathak, Arvind Pandey & K.I. Shajy), IIPS, Bombay, 1994.

 

41    Child Mortality in Goa: A Study of Socio-Economic and Behavioural Factors, (Saumya Rama Rao & Arvind Pandey), IIPS, Bombay, 1993.

 

42    Estimation of Age‑Specific Fecundability and Secondary Sterility from ASFRs in India and Its Different States (KB Pathak & Arvind Pandey), IIPS, Bombay, 1993.

 

43    Experimental Bonus Scheme for Promoting Spacing Methods in Slums of Madras City ‑ An   Evaluation Study, Mimeograph, (K. Srinivasan, Arvind Pandey, V. Ramamurthy and K. Krishnamurthy) IIPS, Bombay, 1990.

 

44    Study of Fertility through Birth Interval Analysis, (K. Srinivasan, K.B. Pathak & Arvind Pandey), IIPS, Bombay, 1990.


Annexure-1

 

Ph.D. Guidance:       16 (Retrospective list)

 

Year

Topic of Research

Name of the Scholar

Name of the Institution

2016

Breastfeeding and Child Survival in India

Nomita Chandhiok

GGS Indraprastha University, Dwarka, New Delhi

2013

Modelling HIV Epidemic in India: Transmission and Population Dynamics

Ram Manohar Mishra

Dept. of Statistics, M.D. University, Rohtak, Haryana

2009

A Biostatistical Study on Pattern of Referral and Timing of Treatment of Cancer Patients with Special Reference to Breast Cancer

Alok Dwivedi

Dept. of Biostatistics, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi

2007

Biostatistical Aspects of Case Control Study on Unintended Pregnancies

Shahina Begum

Dept. of Biostatistics, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi

2006

Biostatistical Aspects of Randomized Controlled Clinical Trials on Remnant Ablation in Differentiated Thyroid Cancer

Prem Chandra

Dept. of Biostatistics, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi

2005

Fertility and Fertility Preferences in India: A Statistical Analysis for the Programme Management

N.N. Pandey

Purvanchal (Eastern) University (Uday Pratap College), Varanasi, UP

2004

A Class of Statistical Models to Study the Family Planning Acceptance and Unmet Need in Orissa using National Family Health Survey

Ranjana Kar

Utkal University Bhubaneswar, Orissa

 

2003

Value of Children and Fertility Behaviour in an Agricultural Society: A Study of Bulandsahr District in Uttar Pradesh

Ravendra K. Sharma

International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai

2002

Mathematical Models to Study the Childbearing Process Using Vital Statistics

S. Sreenivasan

International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai

1999

Infant and Child Mortality in Orissa and Kerala: A Study of the Differences in the Levels, Determinants and Individual Frailty

K.I. Shajy

International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai

1998

Death Clustering in Families in Kenya: Implications for Child Survival and Maternal Health

Anne A. Khasakhala

International Institute for Population Sciences

1998

Birth Interval Dynamics in Uttar Pradesh: A Hazard Model Analysis

Ashutosh Ojha

International Institute for Population Sciences

1998

Breastfeeding Practices, Postpartum Amenorrhoea and Fertility Transition in Orissa 1982-93: A Study Based on Two Large Scale Sample Surveys

Damodar Sahu

International Institute for Population Sciences

1997

Client Transactions, Contraceptive Use and Reproductive Behaviour: A Study in the Context of Experimental Bonus Scheme

T.S. Sunil

International Institute for Population Sciences

1996

An Analysis of Reproductive Patterns in India with Special Reference to Goa

S. Rajaram

International Institute for Population Sciences

1995

Puberty and Reproductive Behaviour of Married Women in Sudan: A Study in the Biosocial Context

Samuel C.-J. Otor

International Institute for Population Sciences