International Crop Research Institute for
Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), Hyderabad
March 2014 — April 2015
NAMRATA SINGHA RO...
Administrative Staff College of India,
Hyderabad
March 2013 — February 2014
Vidyasagar College for Women, Kolkata Septembe...
INTERESTS
Research Interests: Labor Economics, Women’s Studies, Agricultural Economics, Development Studies
Teaching Inter...
Nagaraj N, Deb Uttam, Bhattarai Madhu, Padmaja R, Rao P Parthasarathy, Bantilan Cynthia and Singha Roy
Namrata. (2014). St...
REFERENCES
Prof. N. Nagaraj, PhD, Principal Scientist (Economics)
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  • 1. International Crop Research Institute for Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), Hyderabad March 2014 — April 2015 NAMRATA SINGHA ROY E-mail § nsingharoy@gmail.com Phone § 08106568143 Address § 1/3/2 RAMLAL AGARWALA LANE, BARANAGAR, Kolkata- 700050 SNAPSHOT A UGC-NET and SET qualified professional withmore than four years proven experience in Teaching, Researchand Consulting in the domain of Economics and Statistics, presently associated withInternational Crop ResearchInstitute for Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), Hyderabad as a Scientific Officer. Knowledge in Applied Econometric Analysis associated withCross Section, Time Series and Panel Data, Application and Interpretation of Econometric tools starting from simple OLS regression to sophisticated analysis like Explorations of Data Analysis (EDA), Principle Component Analysis, Logistic Regression, Tobit Model, Factor Analysis etc. Programming withsoftware package, preferably withSTATA and others like SPSS, EVIEWS. Strong Researchorientation, currently pursuing Ph.D. in Economics from University of Calcutta, analyzed ILO data set and World Economic Indicators followed by NSSO data exploration to understand macro picture of rural economy and finally utilizing ICRISAT’s unit level longitudinal data to understand rural labor market more comprehensively. Having publication in a referred Book, submitted articles for Journal publication, and presented papers in international seminar and workshop. Proven experience of Teaching in Degree Colleges and training to Government officials of National and International Concerns. WORK EXPERIENCE Scientific Officer Working in an project on “Study of Dynamic Labor Market Behavior by Using Household Longitudinal Panel Data in India” sponsored by BMGF Activities: Documented and scrutinized data from broad sources like NSSO, Census, Ministry of Labour and Employment and VDSA unit level longitudinal data Evaluated the impacts of MGNREGA on labor scarcity, wages, cost of production, linkages among wage rates in MGNREGA, agriculture and non-agriculture employment and their implications on agriculture sector Analyzing labour productivity, labour costs and labour employment by gender Organized National Symposium and Policy Dialogue (Sep 15-16, 2014) at NAAS Complex; New Delhi, on “Dynamics of Rural Labour Markets” in collaboration withNCAP- New Delhi, IFPRI - New Delhi and IHD - New Delhi. NAMRATA SINGHA ROY 1
  • 2. Administrative Staff College of India, Hyderabad March 2013 — February 2014 Vidyasagar College for Women, Kolkata September 2012 — January 2013 International Statistical Educational Centre (ISEC), ISI Kolkata January 2012 — March 2012 Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Kolkata August 2011 — March 2012 Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Kolkata March 2011 — May 2011 Maharaja Manindra Chandra College, Kolkata February 2011 — August 2011 Ph.D. in Economics Dec 2012 — present M.Sc. in Economics June 2007 — July 2009 B.Sc. in Economics June 2004 — July 2007 Senior Research Associate Literature review, data collection, data analysis, report writing. Guest Lecturer Teaching and consulting in the areas of Economics, Human development, Poverty & Inequality Guest Faculty Teaching & training on Statistics, Econometrics and Matrix method to the government officials of of the Middle East, Southand SouthEast Asia and the common wealthcountries of Africa. Project Linked Personnel Literature Review, Editing, report writing Data Collector & Field Investigator Worked in the project “Physical growth, body composition and nutrition status of the Bengali School aged children, adolescents and young adults of Kolkata, India” sponsored by Neys Van Hoogstraten Foundation, Netherlands Guest Lecturer Teaching & Research EDUCATION University of Calcutta Area of specialization: Gender Studies, Labor Economics University of Calcutta Percentage of marks 71 Specialization in Econometric Method and Application University of Calcutta Percentage of marks 59.4 NAMRATA SINGHA ROY 2
  • 3. INTERESTS Research Interests: Labor Economics, Women’s Studies, Agricultural Economics, Development Studies Teaching Interests: Micro Economics, Macro Economics, Econometrics PUBLICATION Singha Roy, N. & Mukhopadhyay, I. (2015): Fertility Induced Labor Market Bias in Female Labor Supply: A Cross Country Analysis, Indian Journal of Human Development (under review) Nagaraj N, Pandey L, Bantilan C & Singha Roy N. (2015). Impact of MGNREGA on Rural Agricultural Wages In SAT India, Indian Society of Agricultural Economics (under review) Singha Roy, N. & Mukhopadhyay, I. (2014): Gender Wage Gap and Role of Fertility: A Cross Country Analysis, Women World Congress – 2014 series of volumes, Hyderabad (under review) N. Nagaraj, M. Bhattarai, S. K. Murthy, C. Bantilan and M. G. Chandrakanthand Singha Roy, N. (2015): Performance of MGNREGA in SAT States: A Comparative Study at Macro Level (under progress) Reddy D. Narasimha, Nagaraj N and Bantilan Cynthia & Singha Roy, N. (2015). ‘Changes in Labour Productivity, Labour Costs and Employment of Women in Agriculture’, Working Paper Series. Patancheru502 324,Telangana, India: InternationalCrops ResearchInstitute for the Semi-Arid Tropics. (under progress) Reddy D. Narasimha, Nagaraj N and Bantilan Cynthia & Singha Roy, N. (2015). ‘Gender and Dynamics of Labour Use in Agriculture – Evidences from VDSA’, Working Paper Series. Patancheru502 324,Telangana, India: InternationalCrops ResearchInstitute for the Semi-Arid Tropics. (under progres) Ghosh, B. & Singha Roy, N. (2012): Science, Technology and Environment: Crisis in Civilization, Chapter 4, Majumder, A, Pal, M., Ghosh, B., Basu, A., Bharati, P., Pal Chowdhury, P., Neogy, S.N., Bapat, R.B. (Eds.), Statistics and Development Issues, Mittal Publication, New Delhi, 2012, ISBN: 81-8324-418-1. (published) CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS Singha Roy, N. & Mukhopadhyay, I. (2014): “Fertility Induced Labor Market Bias in Female Labor Supply: A Cross Country Analysis”, Paper personated at International Conference on “ Women’s World Congress- Gender in a Changing World”, 17-22 August 2014, University of Hyderabad, India. Nagaraj N, Pandey L, Bantilan C and Singha Roy N. (2014). "Impact of MGNREGA on Agricultural Labor Scarcity and Wages in SAT India", Paper presented at National Symposium on "Dynamics of Rural Labor Markets: Implications for Agricultural Growthand Rural Transformation, 15-16 September 2014, New Delhi, India. POSTER PRESENTATIONS N Nagaraj, GD Nageswara Rao, Cynthia Bantilan, Uttam Deb, R Anusha and SR Namrata (2015). Pattern of agricultural transformations in VDSA villages of Karnataka. Poster presented at Annual Review Meeting on” Village Dynamics in SouthAsia: Raising the Voices of the Poor for Evidence-based Policy Making held at ICRESAT, Hyderabad on 2-3 April 2015 NAMRATA SINGHA ROY 3
  • 4. Nagaraj N, Deb Uttam, Bhattarai Madhu, Padmaja R, Rao P Parthasarathy, Bantilan Cynthia and Singha Roy Namrata. (2014). Structural Change in Rural Labor Market: Macro Level Trends. Poster presented at National Symposium on"Dynamics of Rural Labor Markets: Implications for Agricultural Growthand Rural Transformation, 15-16 September 2014, New Delhi. Nagaraj N, Deb Uttam, Bhattarai Madhu, Padmaja R, Rao P Parthasarathy, Bantilan Cynthia and Singha Roy Namrata. (2014). Rural Labor Market: Insights from Village Dynamics Studies. Poster presented at National Symposium on "Dynamics of Rural Labor Markets: Implications for Agricultural Growthand Rural Transformation, 15-16 September 2014, New Delhi. Nagaraj N, Deb Uttam, Bhattarai Madhu, Padmaja R, Rao P Parthasarathy, Bantilan Cynthia and Singha Roy Namrata. (2014). Major Challenges and Implications for Researchand Development Strategy. Poster presented at National Symposium on "Dynamics of Rural Labor Markets: Implications for Agricultural Growthand Rural Transformation, 15-16 September 2014, New Delhi. PROFESSIONAL TRAINING & WORKSHOP Participated training on “Food Value Chain Analysis: Tools & Application” organized by IRRI held at ICRESAT, Hyderabad on 08 – 12 Dec, 2014. Attained National Symposium on "Dynamics of Rural Labor Markets: Implications for Agricultural Growthand Rural Transformation, 15-16 September 2014, New Delhi Attained workshop on Economic Growthin West Bengal: Challenges & priorities organized by SOSU, Indian Statistical Institute during 07- 08 Jan, 2013. Participated seminar on Economic Review of West Bengal organized by Forum of Development Economics Kolkata on 22-23 Feb, 2012. Data dissemination workshop on Census 2011 data relating to housing, household amenities and assets and introduction to Censusinfo softwere on 27th & 28th December 2012.organised by Janganana Bhwan, Kolkata. Training programme on ‘Multivariate Data Analysis: Principle Component Analysis and Cluster Analysis’ organized by Department of Economics, University of Calcutta December 1, 2 and 3, 2012. Training programme on STATA and NSSO data handling organized by Department of Economics, University of Calcutta, 2012 AWARDS National Eligibility Test (NET)-JUNE 2012 State Eligibility Test (SET-West Bengal)-2010 COMPUTER SKILLS STATA, SPSS NAMRATA SINGHA ROY 4
  • 5. REFERENCES Prof. N. Nagaraj, PhD, Principal Scientist (Economics) Markets, Institutions and Policies, International Crops ResearchInstitute for the Semi-Arid Tropics ICRISAT, Patancheru-5002 324, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India Ph: (O)91-40-30713507,(Mob)8790101446/09880004823 Email: n.nagaraj@cgiar.org Prof. Ishita Mukhopadhyay, Professor (Economics) & Director University of Calcutta, Department of Economics Centre for Women Studies, University of Calcutta 56A, B.T. Road , Kolkata – 700050, India Ph. No: +919830045339 Email: imukhopadhyay@hotmail.com/imeco@caluniv.ac.in Prof.Amita Majumder, Professor (Economics) Economic ResearchUnit, Indian Statistical Institute, 203 Barrackpore Trunk Road, Kolkata 700108, India. Ph. No: +91983169663 Email: amita@isical.ac.in NAMRATA SINGHA ROY 5

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