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Name:                                  Dr. John Solomon Gaikwad

 

2. Gender:                                Male.

 

3. Date of birth:                       01stMarch, 1957.

 

4. Place of birth:                      Pune, Maharashtra, India.

 

5. Present Position:                ‘Anthropologist’

                                                  Tribal Research & Training Institute,

                                                  Maharashtra State, Pune – 411001.                                            

                                                  [On Contractual basis]. [Joining: 5th February, 2018].

                                                     

                                                   [Retired Professor, Department of Anthropology,

                                                    Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune – 411007].

                                                    

6.  ----

7. E-mail Address/                  <dr.john.gaikwad@gmail.com>

 

           

 

 

8. Academic Qualifications:

Examination

Name of the Board/ University

Year of Passing

Percentage of marks obtained

Division/ Class/Grade

Subjects

S.S.C.E.

 

Sec.  School Certificate Examination

Board, Pune.

October- 1974.

60.00%

Pass

English/Hindi/Marathi/

Gen. Sc. / Soc. Studies/                Mathematics/Arithmetic.

B.Sc.

 

Pune University.

May – 1979.

63.00%

I – HONS.

Chemistry.

Zoology, Geology.

M.Sc.

Pune University.

May – 1981.

63.40%

I

Anthropology.

 

 

 Research Degree:

Degree

Title of the Thesis.

Date of award

University

Ph.D.

(Anthropology).

Cultural Profile of Health in a Tribal Community.

03.02.1997.

Pune University.

 

 

Posts held after appointment at Savitribai Phule Pune University:

 

 

Duration

 

Designation

 

Department

From

To

Project Officer/ Lecturer.

Population Education Resource Centre, Department of Lifelong Learning, Pune University.

04.03.1994.

27.07.1998.

Lecturer –

Senior Scale

Population Education Resource Centre, Department of Lifelong Learning,

Pune University.

27.07.1998.

27.07.2003.

Reader

Population Education. Resource Centre, Department of Lifelong Learning, Pune University.

27.07.2003.

27.03.2008.

Associate Professor.

Population Education. Resource Centre, Department of Lifelong Learning,

Pune University.

27.03.2008.

29.05.2009.

 

Associate Professor

Anthropology        Pune University                 

29.05.2009.

10.03.2012.

 

Professor

Anthropology     Pune University.

10.03.2012

28.02.2017. Superannuation (as per State Govt. rules).  

 

 

 

 

 

 

10. Nature of Experiences: Distinct features.

 

11.1.     Research Assistant, Indian Institute of Education, Pune.

          

          National Institute for Planning and Administration of Education, New Delhi,  

          Sponsored Research Project - ‘Ashram Schools: An In-depth Analysis’.   

 

Field-work conducted in Ashram Schools in the Districts - Nasik, Thane, Dhule, Amravati, Yavatmal, Bhandara and Chandrapur.

 

 11.2. Social Scientist, Medical Research Centre, K.E.M. Hospital, Pune (M.S.)  

          Ford Foundation sponsored Project on Field Operational Research in

         

          Health Care Delivery in Rural Areas.

 

  1. Co-ordination in data collection for Ford Foundation Project.

 

  1. Co-ordination in data collection for Welcome Trust (UK),

                    on ‘Indian Child  Cirrhosis’.

 

11.3. Lecturer, Tribal Research and Training Institute Pune, (M.S.).

 

         State Level Institute, Recognized by Savitribai Phule Pune University for  

         Teaching and Research in Anthropology/ Sociology.

 

  1. a.                     Activities:

 

  1. Teaching: Training Programs/ Seminars/ Workshops.
  2. Training Material.
  3. Research & Evaluation
  4. Documentation
  5. Applied Ethnography
  6. Associate Editor of ‘Tribal Research Bulletin’.
  7. Occasional Publications –

 

  1. A Review of Tribal Research Studies. [Silver Jubilee Volume] – 1987.
  2. Maharashtrateel Adivasi Sanskrutee, Samasya-va-Vikas’ 

      [Silver Jubilee Volume] – 1987.

  1. Special Issue of Tribal Research Bulletin on the occasion     
  • of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’s Birth Centenary Year - 1989.
  1. Socio-Cultural Dynamics of Tribal Development – 1990.

 

  1. b.                    Evaluation Reports –

 

  1. Supply of Electric Motor Pumps to Tribal Cultivators.
  2. Industrial Training Institutes in Tribal Sub Plan Areas.
  3. Role of Minor Forest Produce in Tribal Development.

 

 

 

  1. c.                     Special Training Programs –

 

                    Coaching Tribal Students for Banking Service Recruitment Board Examination.

 

  1. d.                    Other Academic Responsibilities:

 

Co-ordination, in Data Collection in Maharashtra State for a Research  Project on Tribal Health, undertaken by Government of India and sponsored by World Health Organization (WHO). [1992].

 

  1. e.                     Award:

Recipient of State Level Award – ‘Vikas-Varta’ – (1987).

                        Group - State Government, Language – English.

                        Publication:

                        Transformation of the Tribal Economy through Electric Motor Pumps.

                        Tribal Research Bulletin. Vol. IX, No. 2, March 1987.

                        Tribal Research & Training Institute, (M.S), Pune.

 

11.4. Population Education Resource Centre,

         Department of Life-long Learning, University of Pune.

         (UGC-UNFPA Program for Population & Development Education in   

           Higher Education System)

  1. a.          Activities :
    1.     Teaching:  Training / Orientation / Advocacy Programs

                                Seminars / Workshops/Lecture Series

  1. Research and Documentation
  2. Preparation of Resource / Course Material
  3. Curriculum Development
  4. Co-Curricular and Extension activities
  5. Consultancy / Counseling.

 

           b.       Components of Population Education:

 

                     Acceptance of Small size norm.

                     Gender Equality

                     Responsible and Planned Parenthood

                     Reproductive Health

                     Maternal and Child Health

                     Health & Healthy food Habits.

                     Adolescence Health

                     Problems of Ageing Population

                     Hazards of Addiction

                     Awareness about Sexually Transmitted Diseases

                     HIV/AIDS – Awareness

                     Superstitions and Blind Beliefs

                     Population and Environment

                     Population Policy

                     Population and Sustainable Development

 

 

  1. b.      Target Group and Coverage :

 

  1. Faculty and Students from the following Universities,

in the State of Maharashtra:

-          Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune.

-          Shivaji University, Kolhapur.

-          Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad.

-          Shri. Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded.

-          Sant Gadge Maharaj Amravati University, Amravati.

-          Rastrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur.

 

  1. Faculty and Students from Colleges affiliated to the assigned   Universities in the State of Maharashtra.

 

  1. d.                  Other Academic Responsibilities/ Achievements:

 

  1. Member of the Examination Committee for B.A. – Anthropology (FY/SY/TY), during 1997 - 2002, and 2012 – 2017, at University of Pune.

(Paper Setting, Evaluation & Re-Evaluation).

 

  1. The Storyboard (For Computer/ Web Based Lesson) on ‘AIDS Awareness’ prepared by me has been adopted as a foundation for similar applications in Canada & Abroad by Dr. Peter Fenrich, British Columbia, Canada.  This Storyboard is an outcome of my participation in an Intensive Workshop on “Designing & Developing Instructional New Media Materials” jointly organized by Commonwealth of Learning (COL.), Vancouver, BC, Canada & Advanced Training School (ATS) of the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), Pune, M.S., India, during 16th April to 2nd May 2001, at Advanced Training School (ATS) of the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), Pune, India.

 

  1. Responsibility for Revising, Restructuring, Updating and Editing of Course Material (4 Books) on ‘Population Education’, under ‘Sociology’ for students registered for Bachelor of Arts offered by Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University, Nashik, M.S. India.

 

  1. Recognized by University of Pune, for guiding Ph.D. students in Anthropology.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11.5. Department of Anthropology, University of Pune.

 

  1. i.                    Courses Taught -

 

Semester - I

Socio-Cultural Anthropology.

 

Semester - II

Ethnographic Field-work.

Anthropological Thought.

 

Semester - III

Recent Trends in Anthropology.

Social-Cultural Change.

Dissertation – Part - I

 

Semester - IV

Anthropological Demography.

Tribal and Rural Development.

                              Dissertation – Part - II.

 

 

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Publications:

 

Papers Published in Journals and Books

 

Response to Specific Etiological Factors.

The Asian Man. January – 2017.Vol. - 11, Issue – 1 and 2.    

ISSN – Print    – 0974-6366.  ISSN – Online – 0975-6884.

 

Population Education: Important Role in Development.

Special Publication- 2017. ‘Extension: Expectations and Challenges’.

Department of Lifelong Education, Savitribai Phule Pune University.

 

Population Ageing in Developed and Developing Countries.

In – ‘Ageing Through the Ages: From Past to Present and Future’.

Edited by – B. K. Swain, Pradeep Meshram, Ashok T. Borkar, and Geeta D. Hiranwar.

Nagpur: Dattsons, 2015. ISBN: 978-81-7192-120-1.

 

Anthropological Demographic Aspects of Population Ageing.                                                                                       

 (with Dr. N. R. Choudhary)

In – ‘Ageing Through the Ages: From Past to Present and Future’.

Edited by – B. K. Swain, Pradeep Meshram, Ashok T. Borkar, and Geeta D. Hiranwar.

Nagpur: Dattsons, 2015. ISBN: 978-81-7192-120-1.

 

Globalization: An Age Old Process.                  

Asian Academic Research Journal Of Social Science & Humanities.

Issue 34, Volume – I, April – 2015. Online ISSN: 2278 – 859X.

 

Evolution of Policies for Tribal Communities in India: A Historical Review.

Native Minorities in Dominating Society:

Practice of Applied Studies and Efficient Tools of Ethnic Policy.

Proceedings of -

All-Russian Research-to-Practice Conference with International Engagement,

Kemerovo State University. 17th – 18th October, 2014. ISBN 978-5-86338-020-9.

 

Protection of Constitutional Benefits Of Scheduled Tribes in Maharashtra:

Need of the Hour.

In – Scheduled Tribes in India: Issues & Challenges in 21st Century. [Pages –45 – 52].

Edited by – Dr. K. S. Patil.

Nagpur: BSPK Book Publishing 2014. ISBN - 978-93-84198-04-6.

 

 

Rationalization of the List of Scheduled Tribes in Maharashtra State: Need of the Hour.  

In – ‘Tribal Development: Present Situation & Challenges’. [Pages 143 – 145]

Tribal Research Institute. December 2013.

 

 

 

 

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar: A True Anthropologist.

In – ‘Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar’s Human Rights, Socio-Economic Policies & Affirmative Actions’. [Pages 126 – 127].

Edited by – Dr. Pradeep Hadke. Nagpur. November, 2013.

ISBN – 13 978-81-925424-1-6

Health and Illness Behaviour: Observations in a Tribal Community.

The Asian Man.

December – 2013. Vol. 7, Issue 1 and 2. [Pages – 160 – 168].

ISSN – Print    – 0974-6366.

ISSN – Online – 0975-6884.

 

Anthropological Study of Folk Music in Gilan Province in Iran.

International Journal of Social Sciences,

Vol.3, No.4, 2013. [Pages 25 – 34].           

Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran.

ISSN 2228-7221.

 

Socio-Cultural and Behavioral Changes as an Impact of Transformation of Kitchen.

International Journal of Social Sciences,

Vol.3, No.2, 2013. [Pages 33 – 37].           

Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran.

ISSN 2228-7221.

 

Understanding Globalization: An Anthropological Approach.

In – Vision on Economics and Business Management.

Edited by – Kanthimathinathan, Jaquiline P, Mabil D, Paramasivan G.

New Delhi: Excellent Publishing House. (2013).

ISBN – 978-93-83083-07.

 

Population Education: A Strategy For Sustainable Development.

In – Education in Twenty First Century.

Edited by – Francisca S, Hema G.

New Delhi: APH Publishing Corporation. (2013).

ISBN – 978-93-313-2037-7.

 

Anthropology of Rural Tourism (Case Study: Masoule Village).

International Journal of Social Sciences,

Vol. 1, No.3, Summer 2011.           

Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran.

ISSN 2228-7221.

 

Other Backward Classes from Non-Hindu Communities.

In - ‘Lekhajokha’

Edited by – Dr. Dhananjay Lokhande & Dr.Satish Shirsath.

Department of Adult, Continuing Education.University of Pune. (2011).

 

 

 

 

 

Impact of Modernization/ Westernization on Traditional Dress-Pattern.

(with – Mr. Hadi M. M. Lakoorej).

Official Proceedings –

The Asian Conference on Social Sciences. Osaka, Japan.18th to 21st June – 2010.

The International Academic Forum and the IAFOR International Advisory Board.       

ISSN: 2186-2303.

 

Education of the Marginalized People: Survival of the Fittest

In – Ignored Claims: A Focus on Tribal Education in India.

Ed. by – Nanjunda D.C, Anjali Kurane, Steeven Wind, Annapurna M, Jyothi L.S.

Kalpaz Publications, Delhi. (2008).

ISBN: 81-7835-679-1

 

Education of Tribal: Survival of the Fittest.

Asian Journal of Development Matters

Special Issue – Ethnography of Tribal Education

Volume – 2, No. – 1, April 2008, (pages 8-17).

Rural Organization for Appropriate Development Trust, Mysore, India.

ISSN: 0973-9629

 

Empowerment of Women: At a Glance.

‘VIDYA SANVARDHAN’ – III - Annual Series on Social Education.                                                                            

 Pune University, Pune.  (2003).

 

‘Loksankhya Shikshan: Sankalpana’ (in Marathi) (Population Education: Concept)

 ‘Nirantar Shikshan’

 State Literacy Mission, (M.S). Pune.  (2002).

                                                                      

Empowerment of Women: At a Glance.

Pune University Bulletin - Special Issue: April – June – 2002.

Pune University, Pune.  (June 2002).

 

‘AIDS: Anek Avhaane’ (in Marathi). (AIDS: Multiple Challenges.)

‘Loksankhaya Shikshan Visheshank’ – 2001.

  Population Education Unit,

  Maharashtra State Council for Educational Research & Training, Pune.  

 

‘Pawra Adivasin-madhye Arogya-vishayak Janeev Jagrutichi Avashyakta’

 (Need for Health Consciousness among Pawra Tribe)-

 Tribal Research Bulletin

 Special Issue on Tribal Health - Vol. XXIII, No. 2, September, 2000.

 Tribal Research & Training Institute, Maharashtra State, Pune.

 

‘AIDS: Anek Avhaane’ (in Marathi) (AIDS: Multiple Challenges.)

 ‘ASHWAMEDH – 2000’

  Pune University, Pune.

 

 

 

 

India’s Population Policy: Future Challenges.

In - Lessons From Development

(Eds.)  Tribhuvan Robin & Marianus Joseph

Discovery Publishing House, New Delhi.  (2000).

 

In - Tribal Dances of India

(Eds.)  Tribhuvan Robin & Tribhuvan Preeti

Discovery Publishing House, New Delhi.  (1999)

 

‘Pawra Adivasinchi Chikitsa Paddhati’

 (in Marathi) (Medical System among Pawra Tribe)

 Tribal Research Bulletin

 Special Issue: January 1999.

 Tribal Research & Training Institute (M.S), Pune.

 

Population Situation: An Overview

News Letter- Pune University Alumni Association of Anthropology.

Vol. 2, No. 2, June 1998.

PUAAA, Department of Anthropology, University of Pune.

 

Book Review:

Tribal Elites and Social Transformation

The Indian Journal of Social Work. Vol. 57, Issue – 3, July 1996.

Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. 

 

Effects of the Act 108/1976

An Overview of Tribal Research Studies

(Eds.)  Navinchandra Jain & Robin Tribhuvan.

Tribal Research & Training Institute (M.S), Pune.  (1995).

 

Response to Family Welfare Program: Observations in a Tribal Community.

Tribal Research Bulletin. Vol. XVII, No. 1, March 1995.

Tribal Research & Training Institute (M.S), Pune.

 

Recognizing the Organizational Potentiality in Tribal Cultures: An Imperative Need.

Tribal Research Bulletin. Vol. XVI, No. 1, March 1994.

Tribal Research & Training Institute (M.S), Pune

 

Yoga: A Study among College Students in Pune City.

Presented at the Third National Conference on –

‘Role of Ayush and Ethno-medical Systems in Health Care’,

Jointly organized by Society for Indian Medical Anthropology (SIMA) and SDM College of Ayurveda, Hassan, Karnataka, [in collaboration with Anthropological Survey of India, Kolkata].

Hassan. During - 29th – 31st October, 2012.

 

Population Education: Need of the Hour.

Presented at the State level Seminar organized by -

the Department of  Adult Education, Pune University, Pune. On - 24th July, 2012.

 

Socio-Cultural Changes in the Realm of High-Tech Communication Environment.

Presented at the National Seminar on ‘Technology, Communication & Culture’.

Department of Communication Studies, University of Pune. During - 8th - 10thMarch, 2012.

 

Presented at the 3rd International Conference on

‘Research & New Perspective in Developing Sciences’,

Organized by –The Union of Iranian Students’ Islamic Associations in

Indian Sub-continent & University of Pune.

YASHADA, Pune. On – 10th January - 2012.

 

Other Backward Classes from Non-Hindu Communities

Presented at the State level Seminar

Organized by - Department of Adult Education, Pune University.

Pune. During - 24th – 25th September, 2011.

 

Pardhi Community: A Search for Identity.      

Presented at the National Seminar on – ‘Marginal Sections in Indian Society’,

Organized by the Department of History, University of Pune.

Pune. During - 11th – 12th March, 2011.

 

Impact of Modernization/ Westernization on Traditional Dress-Pattern.

Presented at the Asian Conference on Social Sciences – 2010.

Organized by the International Academic Forum. Osaka, Japan. During - 18th – 21st June, 2010.

 

Adaptation of a Tribal Community to Urban Life.  

Presented at the National Seminar on –

‘Tribal Situation in Maharashtra’,

Jointly organized by TISS, Mumbai and Department of Anthropology, University of Pune,

Pune. During - 22nd – 23rd March, 2010.

 

Health & Illness Behaviour: Observations in a Tribal Community.

Presented at the National Conference on the theme – ‘India’s Health Care Challenges’,

Organized by – Society for Indian Medical Anthropology – (SIMA).

‘Vidya-Aranya’, Hampi, Karnataka, During – 1st to 3rd February, 2010.

Socio-Cultural and Behavioural Changes as an Impact of Modernization in Tandoor.

Presented at the International Conference – ‘Optimization and Development in Sciences’, Organized by – University of Pune and International Organization of Students of Iran,

University of Pune. On - 17th December, 2009.

 

  Tribal Development: An Overview.

Presented at the Seminar for Tribal Youth,

Organized by – Mahatma Phule Chair, Pune University.

Pune. On – 15th November, 2003.

 

Importance of Applied Ethnography in Tribal Identity

Presented at the State level Workshop on –

‘Issues in Tribal Identity: Anthropological & Ethnological Perspectives’,

 For Officers in Tribal Development Department (M.S),

 Organized by Yashwantrao Chavan Academy of Development Administration,

 Pune. On - 3rd November 2003).

 

The Act No. 108/1976: Myth & Reality

Presented at the State level Seminar on –

‘Issues in Tribal Identity: Anthropological & Ethnological Perspectives’,

For Officers in Tribal Development Department (M.S),

Organized by - Yashwantrao Chavan Academy of Development Administration.

Pune. On - 15th October 2003.

 

‘Arogya Vishayak Saksharta’,

Presented in the State level Seminar,

Organized by the Department of Adult, Continuing Education, Pune University,

Pune. On – 9th September 1995.

 

Population Education: Need of the Hour.

Presented in the State level Seminar

Organized by the Department of Adult, Continuing Education Pune University.

Pune. On – 8th March 1995.

 

Population and Environment.

Presented at the UGC Sponsored National Seminar.

Organized by the Department of Sociology, Shivaji University.

Kolhapur. During – 12th – 13th March, 1995.

 

 Effects of the Act 108/ 1976.

 Presented at the National Seminar on -

 ‘Protection of Tribal Interests through Determination of the Concept of Area Restriction’,

 Organized by - Tribal Research & Training Institute, (M.S), Pune.

 YASHADA, Pune. During – 16th – 17th October, 1993.

 

 

Socio-Cultural Traits of Tribal Communities.

Presented at the State level Workshop on - 

‘Tribal Development’ for Officers in Tribal Development Department  (M.S), 

Organized by - Yashwantrao Chavan Academy of Development Administration, Pune.  

YASHADA, Pune. During - 24th - 29th May 1993.

 

Socio-Cultural Traits of Tribal Communities.

Presented at the Vth National Training Course cum Workshop on Ethno-Botany,

Jointly organized by - Agharkar Research Institute [M.A.C.S], Pune,

Academy of Development Science, Kashele, District - Raigad, Maharashtra State &

Society of Ethno-Botanists, Lucknow, (U.P.). 

M.A.C.S, Pune. During - 20th - 25th February, 1993.

 

Tribal Sub Plan: Priorities

Presented at the State level Workshop on –

‘Planning for Tribal Development’ for Officers in Tribal Development Department (M.S), Organized by Tribal Research & Training Institute, (M.S), Pune.

Nashik. During - 17th – 18th October, 1992.

 

Daakhan: A Dreadful Syndrome

Presented at the National Seminar on ‘Status of Tribal Women’,

Organized by Assam Institute of Research for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, Guwahati. During - 4th - 6th April 1992.

 

‘Adivasi Vikasat Manav Shastriya Drushtikonachi Upayuktata’.

(Usefulness of Anthropological Approach in Tribal Development).

Presented at the State Level Workshop for –

Officers in Tribal Development Department, (M.S),

Organized by Tribal Research and Training Institute, (M.S), Pune

Pune. On - 12th October, 1989.

 

Ethno-Medical Therapy Among the Pawras.

Presented at the National Workshop on ‘Health and Medicine in Forest Environment’, Organized by Kerala Institute for Research, Training, Administration and Development of Scheduled Tribes, Calicut, Kerala.

Calicut. During 14th – 15th March, 1986.

 

 

Disease Classification Among the Pawras.

Presented at the National Workshop on ‘Health and Medicine in Forest Environment’, Organized by Kerala Institute for Research, Training, Administration and Development of Scheduled Tribes, Calicut, Kerala.

Calicut. During 14th – 15th March, 1986.

 

 

 

Ethno-Medical Therapy Among the Pawras.

Presented at the National Seminar on ‘Anthropology and Development’,

Organized by the Department of Anthropology, Gadhwal University.

Gadhwal. During 3rd – 4th March 1986

 

 

‘Adiwasi Vikasat Shikshanachi – Navin Disha, Navin Avhane’

(New Perspectives and New Challenges of Education in tribal Development).

Presented at the State Level Seminar on New Education Policy,

With Special Reference to Tribal Areas.

Organized by Tribal Development Department, (M.S).

Thane. On – 10th October, 1985.

 

 

Role of Minor Forest Produce in Tribal Development

Presented at SUNCOM – 85 Conference on Development.

Jointly organized by Department of Anthropology Delhi University,

Indian Anthropological Association and

The Commission on Challenges of Development of IUAES.

Delhi. 28th – 30th December, 1985.

 

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 Anthropological Perspectives in Tribal Development.

Tribal Research Bulletin. Vol. XVI, No. 1, March 1994.

Tribal Research & Training Institute (M.S), Pune.

 

Protection of Tribal Interests through Determination of Area Restriction.

Tribal Research Bulletin. Vol. XVI, No. 1, March 1994.

Tribal Research & Training Institute, (M.S.), Pune.  (1994).