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Assistant Professor (Senior Scale)
Qualification : B.Sc (Biology), M.A (Economics), D.Phil. (Economics) and LLB from University of Allahabad
M.Sc. (Environment and Ecology) from Sikkim Manipal Institute of Health, Medical and Technological Sciences.

 

Specialization (not more than FIVE) : Agriculture and Food Security, Labour and Employment, Housing Studies, Environment and Development

EXPERIENCE :
I pursued Doctorate in Economics from Govind Ballabh Pant Social Science Institute, University of Allahabad, Allahabad. I was an ICSSR Doctoral Research Fellow. I have more than 16 years of experience in research and teaching as of now. I am presently working as an Assistant Professor (Senior Scale) in the Department of Development Studies, School of Social Sciences and Policy. I joined Central University of South Bihar in 2013.  Prior to joining this institute, I have served Indian Institute of Dalit Studies, New Delhi (IIDS) for six years on various positions. I also served Council for Social Development, New Delhi for two years. Hence, my initial work experience was more into research, working on different projects funded by government agencies, foreign universities and other sponsoring bodies. Now I have been associated with both teaching and research in Central University of South Bihar. I have supervised Ph.D., M. Phil and Master Dissertations on different issues such as solid waste management, bio-medical waste management, labour issues and agriculture development. My teaching expertise revolves around four papers a). Agriculture and Food Security b). Globalisation and Labour issues c). Research Methodology and Data Analysis d). Human Development.

Water Resource Management and Agriculture Development

My Ph.D. thesis looked into the agriculture development perspectives in a waterlogged area. The study was supplemented by a ‘Cost Benefit Analysis’ and proposed ‘Participatory Approach to Water Resource Management’ as a solution to the existing problem.

Labour Market Studies-

My research interest on labour market studies was developed in IIDS with my first project on ‘Job Discrimination in India’ with Princeton University. The study measured discrimination in the job market through ‘Correspondence Study’. The methodology was new to India and is one of the methods of Audit Study. Later, I also conducted study on ‘Occupational Status of Muslim Women in Bihar with an emphasis on REDP’.

Housing Studies

I measured discrimination in the Urban Rental Housing Market by ‘Telephonic Audit Method’ and in person interview. Another study was on evaluating Indira Awaas Yojana programme for two states of India.

  • Publications:

Articles in Journal

  1. Thorat, Sukhdeo, Banerjee Anuradha, Vinod K. Mishra, Firdaus F. Rizvi (2015). Urban Rental Housing Market: Caste and Religion Matters in Access. Economic and Political Weekly. Vol 50. Issue No. 26-27. pp.47-53.
  2. Banerjee Anuradha, Vinod K. Mishra, Firdaus F. Rizvi, Mashkoor Ahmad (2014). Discrimination in the Urban Rental Housing Market: A Spatial Analysis of the Delhi Region. Journal of Social Inclusion Studies, Vol. 1. Number 1. July-December. pp.135-147.
  3. Rizvi, Firdaus F (2012). Irrigation Development: A Process of Land Degradation and Marginalization of the Land Poor. Social Change. Journal of the Council for Social Development. Volume 42 Number 1. March 2012. SAGE Publications. pp 31-47.
  4. Rizvi, Firdaus F (2005). Drinking Water Supply: Availability versus Human Rights. Indian Journal of Human Rights. Dept. of Political Science, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad. Vol 8th. 2004 pp 131-145.
  5. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima; Sharidendu, Sharad Kumar (2019). Coal Mining Workers and Social and Economic Conundrums. Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education. Vol 16. Issue 1.
  6. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima; Sharidendu, Sharad Kumar (2018). Occupational Health Risks in Solid Waste Management: A Literature Review. Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education. Vol 15. Issue 7.
  7. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima; Sharidendu, Sharad Kumar (2018). Propositions for Solid Waste Management Practices in India: Derivations from Patna Municipal Corporation. Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education. Vol 15. Issue 1.
  8. Pant, S. K, Rizvi, Firdaus F and Pathak, D.C (2013). Inter-Regional Disparities in India: Threats and Challenges. ACADEMECIA. Volume 3. Issues 4. South Asian Academic Research Journals. pp.173-190.

Proceedings in Seminars/Conferences

  1. Thorat, Sukhadeo and Rizvi, Firdaus F (2012). Affirmative Action Policy by Private Corporate Sector in India. For equal opportunity, Human Rights, India, Japan and 15 companies. September Issue. International Movement against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism Japan Committee (IMADR-JC) publications. pp 23-57.
  2. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima (2008). Technological and Institutional Approach for Enhancing Water(logged) Productivity in Agriculture: A Case Study of Ganga Basin in Allahabad. Proceedings on Managing Water in the face of Growing Scarcity, Inequity and Declining Returns: Exploring Fresh Approaches. IWMI-Tata Water Research Policy Program. pp 156-171.
  3. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima (2006). Water Rights: A Case Study of Waterlogged Rural Areas in Allahabad. Proceedings of the Workshop on Water, Law and The Commons. The International Environmental Law Research Centre, Geneva sponsored by Swiss National Science Foundation.

Working Paper Series

  1. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima (2013). Affirmative Action Policy by CII, ASSOCHAM and FICCI: A Review. Indian Institute of Dalit Studies, New Delhi.
  2. Thorat, Sukhadeo; Attewell, Paul and Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima (2009). Urban Labour Market Discrimination. Volume III Number 01, Indian Institute of Dalit Studies, New Delhi.
  3. Rizvi, F, Sukhadeo Thorat and Paul Attewell on ‘The legacy of Social Exclusion: A Correspondence Study of Job Discrimination in India. Labor Market Discrimination and Urban Sector. Research Series Social Exclusion 1. Vol 1. No.1. A Collaborative Research Study by the Indian Institute of Dalit Studies, New Delhi and Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey (USA).
  4. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima (2011). Housing Situation among Poor and Marginalised Rural Households: A Study of Indira Awaas Yojana in Selected Districts of Maharastra and Orissa. Indian Institute of Dalit Studies, New Delhi. Vol V. No. 04.

Book Reviews in Journals

    1. The Initiative on Commons, Vocabulary of Commons, Foundation for Ecological Society, Anand, Gujarat, First Edition 2011, in Social Change, Journal of the Council for Social Development, Volume 41st, Number 3, September 2011, SAGE Publications, ISSN 0049-0857.
    2. Why People Protest: An Analysis of Ecological Movements, Subhash Sharma, Publication Division, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India in Social Change, Journal of the Council for Social Development, Volume 39th, Number 3 September 2009 pp 471-474, ISSN 0049-0857.
    3. Towards Legal Literacy: An Introduction to Law in India, Kamala Sankaran and Ujjwal Kumar Singh ed.., New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2008 in Social Change, Journal of the Council for Social Development, Volume 38th, Number 3 September 2008 pp 550-552, ISSN 0049-0857.
    4. Groundwater Management in India: Physical, Institutional and Policy Alternatives, M. Dinesh Kumar, eds., New Delhi: Sage publications, 2007 in Social Change, Journal of the Council for Social Development, Volume 38th, Number 2 June 2008, ISSN 0049-0857.
    1. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima (2015). Canal Development: A Cause of Change in Land Use Pattern. Population Dynamism and Resource Utilization: Geo-Informatics and Resource Dynamics. Volume Three. Farasat Ali Siddiqui (edited). Academic Publications, New Delhi. pp 43-57.
    2. Rizvi, F and Pant, S. K., ‘Waterlogging and its impact on Rural Development: A Case Study of Phulpur Block in Allahabad District (2007). Rural Development: Macro-Micro Realities Yatindra Singh Sisodia (edited). Rawat Publication, Jaipur. pp 169-185.
    3. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima (2015). Social Inequality and Human Development: Drinking Water and Sanitation in Rural Areas of Allahabad. Human Development. S. K. Pant (edited). Rawat Publication. pp 360-377.
    4. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima (2005). Drinking Water Rights in India: Some Issues. Human Rights and Poverty in India- theoretical Issues and Empirical Evidences. S. N. Chaudhary (edited). Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi. pp 118-128.
    5. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima (2002). Rural Technology for On-Farm Water Management in a Waterlogged Area. Rural Technology for Poverty Alleviation. P. Purushotam (edited). Foundation Day Series. National Institute of Rural Development, Hyderabad. pp 77-87.
    6. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima (2002). Water Cosmology in Islam. Social Development. Janak Pandey (edited). APH Publishing Corporation, New Delhi.
  • Awards:
    1. Doctoral Fellowship from Indian Council of Social Sciences Research (ICCSR), under the Ministry of HRD, New Delhi.
  • Projects:
  • Projects Completed-
    1. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima, ‘Occupational Status of Muslim Women in Rural Areas of Bihar with an emphasis on Rural Entrepreneurship Development Programme (REDP)’, National Council of Research Institutes, MHRD, Govt. of India.
    2. Banerji, Anuradha and Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima, ‘Discrimination of Dalit and Muslim in Urban Housing: A Study based on National Capital Region’, TTI-IDRC sponsored project.
    3. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima, ‘Affirmative Action Policy by CII, ASSOCHAM and FICCI: A Review’, DFID-IPAP sponsored project.
    4. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima, “Socio-Economic Profile of MPs of 15 Lok Sabhas in India and MLAs in 16 Major States of India”, IFPRI, Washington DC sponsored project.
    5. Team of IIDS and Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima, “Status of Schedule Tribes in India”, DFID-IPAP sponsored project.
    6. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima, “Canal Irrigation, Land Degradation and Marginalization: A Case Study of Allahabad District in U.P”, Council for Social Development sponsored study.
    7. Thorat, Sukhdeo, Attewell, Paul and Rizvi, Firdaus, “Labour Inequality in Urban India: A Correspondence Study for Job Applicants in India”, Princeton University, USA sponsored study.
    8. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima, “Housing Situation of Social Groups and Poor Households in Selected Districts of Maharashtra and Orissa with a Focus on Indira Awaas Yojana”, Ministry of Rural Development, Govt. of India sponsored project.
  • NET (National Eligibility Test for Lectureship), conducted by University Grant Commission, New Delhi, December 1999
  • Member of Indian Economic Association.

Research Interests:

Labour Market Studies- My research interest on labour market studies developed when I joined IIDS on my first project on ‘Job Discrimination in India’ with Princeton University. Later, I took similar type of studies and worked on Occupational Status of Muslim Women with an emphasis on REDP etc.
Water Resource Management and Agriculture Development-My Ph.D Dissertation was on ‘Water Resource Management’ that looked at Agriculture Development. It initiated me to have an interest on working for agriculture and water management.
Housing Studies- Two major works of mine include Discrimination in the Rental Housing market in NCR and study of Indira Awaas Yojana for two states in India.

Research (in APA Style)

    • Publications:

Articles in Journal

      1. Thorat, Sukhdeo, Banerjee Anuradha, Vinod K. Mishra, Firdaus F. Rizvi (2015). Urban Rental Housing Market: Caste and Religion Matters in Access. Economic and Political Weekly. Vol 50. Issue No. 26-27. pp.47-53.
      2. Banerjee Anuradha, Vinod K. Mishra, Firdaus F. Rizvi, Mashkoor Ahmad (2014). Discrimination in the Urban Rental Housing Market: A Spatial Analysis of the Delhi Region. Journal of Social Inclusion Studies, Vol. 1. Number 1. July-December. pp.135-147.
      3. Rizvi, Firdaus F (2012). Irrigation Development: A Process of Land Degradation and Marginalization of the Land Poor. Social Change. Journal of the Council for Social Development. Volume 42 Number 1. March 2012. SAGE Publications. pp 31-47.
      4. Rizvi, Firdaus F (2005). Drinking Water Supply: Availability versus Human Rights. Indian Journal of Human Rights. Dept. of Political Science, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad. Vol 8th. 2004 pp 131-145.
      5. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima; Sharidendu, Sharad Kumar (2019). Coal Mining Workers and Social and Economic Conundrums. Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education. Vol 16. Issue 1.
      6. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima; Sharidendu, Sharad Kumar (2018). Occupational Health Risks in Solid Waste Management: A Literature Review. Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education. Vol 15. Issue 7.
      7. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima; Sharidendu, Sharad Kumar (2018). Propositions for Solid Waste Management Practices in India: Derivations from Patna Municipal Corporation. Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education. Vol 15. Issue 1.
      8. Pant, S. K, Rizvi, Firdaus F and Pathak, D.C (2013). Inter-Regional Disparities in India: Threats and Challenges. ACADEMECIA. Volume 3. Issues 4. South Asian Academic Research Journals. pp.173-190.

Articles in Edited Books

      1. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima (2015). Canal Development: A Cause of Change in Land Use Pattern. Population Dynamism and Resource Utilization: Geo-Informatics and Resource Dynamics. Volume Three. Farasat Ali Siddiqui (edited). Academic Publications, New Delhi. pp 43-57.
      2. Rizvi, F and Pant, S. K., ‘Waterlogging and its impact on Rural Development: A Case Study of Phulpur Block in Allahabad District (2007). Rural Development: Macro-Micro Realities Yatindra Singh Sisodia (edited). Rawat Publication, Jaipur. pp 169-185.
      3. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima (2015). Social Inequality and Human Development: Drinking Water and Sanitation in Rural Areas of Allahabad. Human Development. S. K. Pant (edited). Rawat Publication. pp 360-377.
      4. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima (2005). Drinking Water Rights in India: Some Issues. Human Rights and Poverty in India- theoretical Issues and Empirical Evidences. S. N. Chaudhary (edited). Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi. pp 118-128.
      5. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima (2002). Rural Technology for On-Farm Water Management in a Waterlogged Area. Rural Technology for Poverty Alleviation. P. Purushotam (edited). Foundation Day Series. National Institute of Rural Development, Hyderabad. pp 77-87.
      6. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima (2002). Water Cosmology in Islam. Social Development. Janak Pandey (edited). APH Publishing Corporation, New Delhi.

Proceedings in Seminars/Conferences

      1. Thorat, Sukhadeo and Rizvi, Firdaus F (2012). Affirmative Action Policy by Private Corporate Sector in India. For equal opportunity, Human Rights, India, Japan and 15 companies. September Issue. International Movement against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism Japan Committee (IMADR-JC) publications. pp 23-57.
      2. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima (2008). Technological and Institutional Approach for Enhancing Water(logged) Productivity in Agriculture: A Case Study of Ganga Basin in Allahabad. Proceedings on Managing Water in the face of Growing Scarcity, Inequity and Declining Returns: Exploring Fresh Approaches. IWMI-Tata Water Research Policy Program. pp 156-171.
      3. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima (2006). Water Rights: A Case Study of Waterlogged Rural Areas in Allahabad. Proceedings of the Workshop on Water, Law and The Commons. The International Environmental Law Research Centre, Geneva sponsored by Swiss National Science Foundation.

Working Paper Series

      1. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima (2013). Affirmative Action Policy by CII, ASSOCHAM and FICCI: A Review. Indian Institute of Dalit Studies, New Delhi.
      2. Thorat, Sukhadeo; Attewell, Paul and Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima (2009). Urban Labour Market Discrimination. Volume III Number 01, Indian Institute of Dalit Studies, New Delhi.
      3. Rizvi, F, Sukhadeo Thorat and Paul Attewell on ‘The legacy of Social Exclusion: A Correspondence Study of Job Discrimination in India. Labor Market Discrimination and Urban Sector. Research Series Social Exclusion 1. Vol 1. No.1. A Collaborative Research Study by the Indian Institute of Dalit Studies, New Delhi and Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey (USA).
      4. Rizvi, Firdaus Fatima (2011). Housing Situation among Poor and Marginalised Rural Households: A Study of Indira Awaas Yojana in Selected Districts of Maharastra and Orissa. Indian Institute of Dalit Studies, New Delhi. Vol V. No. 04.

Book Reviews in Journals

    1. The Initiative on Commons, Vocabulary of Commons, Foundation for Ecological Society, Anand, Gujarat, First Edition 2011, in Social Change, Journal of the Council for Social Development, Volume 41st, Number 3, September 2011, SAGE Publications, ISSN 0049-0857.
    2. Why People Protest: An Analysis of Ecological Movements, Subhash Sharma, Publication Division, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India in Social Change, Journal of the Council for Social Development, Volume 39th, Number 3 September 2009 pp 471-474, ISSN 0049-0857.
    3. Towards Legal Literacy: An Introduction to Law in India, Kamala Sankaran and Ujjwal Kumar Singh ed.., New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2008 in Social Change, Journal of the Council for Social Development, Volume 38th, Number 3 September 2008 pp 550-552, ISSN 0049-0857.
    4. Groundwater Management in India: Physical, Institutional and Policy Alternatives, M. Dinesh Kumar, eds., New Delhi: Sage publications, 2007 in Social Change, Journal of the Council for Social Development, Volume 38th, Number 2 June 2008, ISSN 0049-0857.
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