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Assistant Professor
Qualification : MA M.Ed. MPhil (Edu), PhD (Edu), NET (Edu)

Area of Interest :

Educational Assessment & Evaluation, Research Methodology & Educational Statistics, Pedagogy of Social Science, Higher Order Thinking Skills in Mathematics Learning

EXPERIENCE : 06 Years. Before joining CUSB as Assistant Professor in the Department of Teacher Education, School of Education he has worked as Assistant Professor in the Department of Education at Regional Institute of Education, Ajmer, Central University of Rajasthan, Chaudhary Charan Singh University Meerut and Ch. Mahendra Singh Degree College, Garhmukteshwar. He did his Post Graduation (Economics), B.Ed., M.Ed. and M.Phil. in Education (Gold Medal) from CCS University, Meerut, qualified UGC NET (Education) and completed Ph.D. in Education from BHU Varanasi. He has participated in several national and international seminars & conferences. He has six years of teaching and four year research experiences of UG and PG and M.Phil. (Education). He has published several research papers in reputed international and national journals. Beside this, he is a reviewer of different international journals.

  • Publications:
    1. Tyagi, T. K. (2018). The causal relationship between mathematical creativity, mathematical aptitude and mathematical problem-solving performance: A cross-lagged panel analysis. Indian Educational Review, 13(1), 93-103. (NCERT)
    2. Tyagi, T. K. (2017). Mathematical intelligence and mathematical creativity: A causal relationship. Creativity Research Journal, 29(2), 212-17. (Routledge)
    3. Tyagi, T. K. (2016). Mathematical creativity and mathematical aptitude: A Cross-lagged panel analysis. Creativity Research Journal, 28(3), 1-6. (Routledge)
    4. Tyagi, T. K. (2015). Is there a causal relationship between mathematical creativity and mathematical problem-solving performance? The International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, 47(3), 388-394. (Taylor & Francis)
    5. Tyagi, T. K. (2015). A study to examine the relationship between mathematical creativity and mathematical problem-solving performance. Journal of Indian Education, 41(3), 80-89. (NCERT)
    6. Tyagi, T. K., & Singh, B. (2014). The application of cross-lagged panel analysis in educational research. Philosophy, Sociology, Psychology and History, 13(1) 1-24. (Facta Universitatis)
  • Awards : Gold Medal (MPhil, Education)
  • Projects : In Process under PMMMNMTT Scheme of MoE, India

Six years of teaching and research experiences from different institutions i.e.

  1. Central University of South Bihar, Gaya
  2. Regional Institute of Education (RIE), Ajmer
  3. Central University of Rajasthan, Kishangarh
  4. Ch. Charan Singh University, Meerut
  5. Ch. Mahendra Singh Degree College, Garhmukteshwar