|Designation||Professor & Associate Dean|
|Qualification||M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. (Psychology)|
I served as Associate Professor in Psychology at Kishan Lal Public College, Rewari. I joined the institution in 1982. I had been actively associated with the development work of the academics at college level in various capacities and had shared the administrative responsibilities as convenor or member of various committees at college level. I had been a member of UG Board of Studies in Psychology at M.D. University, Rohtak. I organized many functions including academic and cultural, at college level. I had taught different papers including Experimental Psychology, Physiological Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Applied Psychology etc, during my teaching career. Because my keen interest in research in psychology I have been pursuing research in the areas of comparative psychology, experimental psychology, information technological impact on psychology, and other relevant issues. I have published several research papers in these areas of research and have edited a book as co-editor. I have attended several seminars and conferences and I am also member of many academic societies. I have served as a regular Principal of K.L.P.College, Rewari for about two years. After my retirement from the college I joined the SGT University as Professor in the Department of Clinical Psychology, Faculty of Behavioural Science in October 2016 and served upto September 2017 and again joined the SGT University as Professor in the Department of Clinical Psychology, Faculty of Behavioural Sciences on 10th May 2019 and serving there. I am active in several areas of social services where I feel I can contribute for the wellbeing of society.
Born at Nawalgarh, Dist. Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan in 1956 I have done my studies in Rajasthan except PG from Uttar Pradesh. My Ph.D. degree has been awarded in Psychology by University of Rajasthan, Jaipur. With simple and ethical approach, I find myself able to complete any assignment with missionary zeal and honesty.
Of course as a teacher my core area of interest has always been education. As a student of Psychology I look at the problems with an added angel of human behavior and try to analyse the things in the different perspective, which I feel gives a better understanding. The evolution and status of our educational system has always attracted my attention in which my I try to visualize the compatible system to match the challenges of present era of development. My focus has always been to support the development programmes which eventually are targeted to the human development in the best way. The definition of an ideal personal growth may be flexible because of the pressing needs of the environment but basic gamut are more or less the same. I do advocate this argument. In view of the fast changing scenario of technological development, particularly the IT sector, I keenly observe the adjustment patterns of human behavior. To guide in proper direction the social scientists need to do a lot in the present era. I feel really concerned for the same and like to do the needful through proper social networking of the teachers, social workers, researchers and many other interested persons of the society. My whole working career has passed in Haryana since 1981 I am aware of the social, educational and economical intricacies of the state and would like to concentrate on the programmes of relevant areas to benefit the masses of the state.
In certain areas of education a regular monitoring is required for updating the system and for that a rigorous system should be at hand. I really intend to contribute in this regard through some structured programme.
|Topic Of M.Phil. Dissertation||Effect of maternal rank on mother-infant behaviour in early twelve weeks of infant life in free-ranging rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta).|
|Topic Of Doctoral Dissertation||Affiliation, attention, and spacing mechanisms among free-ranging rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta).|
|Details Of Research Papers
1. P.Dixit, Rajbir Singh, N.K.Chandel, and S.N.Sinha (1980). Dominance rank in relation to chemical sterilization in male langurs (Presbytis entellus entellus Difrusne). Rajasthan University Studies in Zoology, 2, 160-167.
2. P.Dixit, Rajbir Singh, N.K.Chandel, and S.N.Sinha (1983). Some behavioural changes amongst the free-ranging rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) during solar eclipse. Proceedings of International Symposium on Solar Eclipse, 39-42.
3. P.Dixit, Rajbir Singh, N.K.Chandel, and S.N.Sinha (1983). Emotionality in rats as influenced by changes in solar radiations: A psychobiological investigation. Proceedings of International Symposium on solar eclipse, 33-38.
4. K.Chandel (1986). Relationship between maternal rank and mother`s social interactions with others than infant during early three months of infant life in rhesus monkeys. Manordarpan, 3, 1-10.
5. Kiran Lata and K.Chandel (1987). Significance of adaptation in studying the environmental effect on cognitive behaviour in rhesus monkeys. Indian Journal of Current Psychological Research, 2, 32-36.
6. K.Chandel and Kiran Lata (1988). Incidence of social interactions after approach by adult males in free-ranging rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). Manodarpan, 1-2, 4.
7. Rajbir Singh and K.Chandel (1989). An empirical evaluation of behavioural field studies: Factor analysis of affiliative behaviour. Indian Journal of Current Psychological Research, 4(2), 111-116.
8. K.Chandel and Waheeda Khan (1990). Affiliative interaction patterns of adult and adolescent males in free-ranging rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) group. Indian Anthropologist, 1&2, 20, 99-109.
9. K.Chandel (1992). Dominance related visual attention toward adult male rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) in free-ranging group. Perspective in Primate Biology (Eds. P.K.Seth and S.Seth, Vol. IV, 121-124.
10. K.Chandel and Kiran Lata (1992). Juveniles` affiliative interactions with other age-sex classes in a rhesus group. Laboratory Animals India, 1(3), 21-30.
11. K.Chandel and Kiran Lata (1995). Ecology and emotionality in monkeys: An overview. Proceedings of National Seminar on Ecological Perspectives and Behaviour (Eds. O.P.Misra and S.K.Srivastava), 158-164.
12. R. Darolia and N.K.Chandel (1997). Socio-economic status and intelligence. In S.N.Sinha (Ed.), Environmental Psychology, Jaipur: Pointer Publisher.
13.Kiran Lata and K.Chandel (1998). Environment and age effect on delayed response learning in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta), Manodarpan.
14. Suraj Mal and K.Chandel (2001). Learned helplessness in relation to perceived stress and task importance. In C.P. Khokhar (Ed), Trends in Clinical Diagnosis and Psychotherapy (Modern and Vedic),Hardwar: Gurukul Kangri Vishwavidyalaya.
15.N.K.Chandel and S. Mal. Cognitive strategies in cyber age (2003). In N.K.Chandel, R. Jit, S. Mal and A. Sharma (Eds) Psychological Implications of Information Technology. New Delhi: Deep& Deep Publications Pvt Ltd.
16. Kiran Lata and N.K.Chandel (2003). Age and attitudes towards television media. In N.K.Chandel, R. Jit, S. Mal and A. Sharma (Eds) Psychological Implications of Information Technology. New Delhi: Deep& Deep Publications Pvt Ltd
17. K.Chandel (2003). Psycho-social implications of pornography in relation to media. In N.K.Chandel, R. Jit, S. Mal and A. Sharma (Eds) Psychological Implications of Information Technology. New Delhi: Deep& Deep Publications Pvt Ltd.
18. Suraj Mal and K.Chandel (2004). Effect of negative affectivity and exposure period on learned helplessness. In Rajbir Singh, Nov Rattan Sharma and Amrita Yadav (Eds) Psychology of Individual Differences. Delhi: Wisdom Publications.
|Book Published:||Naresh Chandel (2019). Kuchh Aise Bhi. Notion Press.com, India|
N.K.Chnadel, R. Jit, S. Mal and A. Sharma (Eds) (2003) Psychological Implications of Information Technology. New Delhi: Deep& Deep Publications Pvt Ltd.
|Abstract Published And Papers Presented||
1. Primate social system: An evolutionary analysis. Paper presented in ‘Inter Departmental Seminar’, 22-31 March, 1990, K.L.P.College, Rewari.
2. Psychological dimensions of media with reference to HIV. Paper presented in the National Seminar on ‘Psychological impact of HIV disease/ drug addiction’, 24-25 March, 2001, JNV University, Jodhpur.
3. Cognitive strategies in cyber age. Keynote address at the National Seminar on ‘Psychological implications of new dimensions of technological development’, 22-23 Feb. 2002, Vaish College, Bhiwani.
4. Age and attitude toward television media. Paper presented at the National Seminar on ‘Psychological implications of new dimensions of technological development’, 22-23 Feb. 2002, Vaish College, Bhiwani. (Coauthor)
5. Learned helplessness in relation to negative affectivity and differential exposure period. Paper presented at the National Seminar on ‘Individual differences and behaviour’, 11-12 Oct. 2002, M.D.University, Rohtak.(Coauthor)
6. Creativity and self-concept among adolescents. Paper presented at the National Seminar on ‘Individual differences and behaviour’, 11-12 Oct. 2002, M.D.University, Rohtak. (Coauthor).
7. Unemployment, well being and negative affectivity. Abstract published in the Abstracts of 8th International and 39th National Conference of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology (IAAP) on ‘Positive Health and Well Being’, 15-17 July 2004, Dept. of Psychology, M.D. University Rohtak. (Coauthor).
|Publication Of Proceeding Of Workshop||
P.K.Bansal and N.K.Chandel (1992). Proceedings of workshop on Drug addiction: Psychological predispositions, consequences and preventions. Psychological Association, K.L.P.College, Rewari.
|Symposia / Seminar Attended:||
1. International Symposium on Solar Eclipse. Indian National Science Academy, New Delhi, Jan, 1981.
Workshop on Community, Population and Health Psychology. University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, Oct. 8-13, 1884.
2. National Symposium in Conservation and use of Primates in Biomedical research. University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, Nov., 19-20, 1986.
3. International Symposium on Primates- The New Revolution. University of Delhi, Delhi, Dec. 26-31, 1986.
4. National Symposium on recent Advances in Behavioural Sciences, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, Nov., 27-29, 1989.
5. National Seminar on Psychological Aspects in the Social Acceptability of Girl Child. University of Kurukshetra, Kurukshetra, Mar. 15-17, 1991.
6. Seminar on Girl – A Target of Discrimination – Its causes and psychological consequences. Vaish College, Bhiwani, Oct. 12, 1991.
7. Workshop on non-human primates in research and their conservation strategies. Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow, Jan. 2-4, 1992.
8. National Seminar on Ecological Perspectives and Behaviour. Gurukul Kangri University, Hardwar, Nov. 24-26, 1994.
9. Seminar on Tools and Techniques. M.D. University Employment Information and Guidance Bureau, Rohtak, Nov. 28, 2000.
10. National Seminar on Environmental Psychology, M.D.University, Rohtak. Oct. 24-26, 1997.
11. National Conference on Trends in Clinical Diagnosis & Psychotherapy: Modern & Vedic. Gurukul Kangri University, Hardwar, Mar. 16-18, 2001.
12. National Seminar on Psychological impact of HIV Disease/Drug Addiction.JNV University, Jodhpur, Mar. 24-25, 2001.
13. National Seminar on ‘Psychological implications of new dimensions of technological development’, Vaish College, Bhiwani.Feb. 22-23, 2002.
14. National Seminar on ‘Individual differences and behaviour’, M.D.University, Rohtak. Oct. 11-12, 2002.
15. International Conference of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology on ‘Positive Health and Well Being’, M.D.University, Rohtak. July 15-17. 2004.
16. National Seminar on ‘Positive Perspectives of Health and Behaviour’, M.D.University, Rohtak. Feb. 1-2, 2008.
|Academic Functions Organised:||
1. Organising Secretary, Interdepartmental Seminar, K.L.P.College, Rewari, Mar. 22-30, 1990.
2. Organising Secretary, State level Science Exhibition, K.L.P.College, Rewari, Feb. 7-8, 1991.
3. Organising Secretary, Workshop on Drug Addiction: Psychological Predispositions, Consequences, and Preventions, K.L.P.College, Rewari. Jan. 21, 1992.
4. Organising Secretary, Social Awareness Day Function, K.L.P. College, Rewari. Sept. 29, 1992.
5. Organising Secretary, Zonal Youth Festival (Mohindergarh Zone), M.D.University, Rohtak, K.L.P.College, Rewari. Oct. 27-29, 2007.
|Membership Of Academic Societies:||1. Life Member – Primatological Society of India.
2. Life Member – Ethological Society of India.
3. Life Member – Haryana Psychological Association.
4. Life Member – Laboratory Animals India.
5. Life Member – Pharmacopsychoecologia ( A Research Journal) .
6. Life Member – Praachi Psycho-Cultural Research Association.
|Membership Of Other Organizations And Societies:||1. Life member – The Haryana State Bharat Scouts and Guides.
2. Life member –Paryavaran Sanjeevani (An literary and environment magazine.
|Academic Coerces Attended:||1. Orientation Course, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, Feb. 13 – Mar. 12, 1988.
2. Refresher Course in Psychology, Allahabad University, Allahabad, Oct. 1-26, 1994.
3. Refresher Course in Psychology, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, Dec.12-31, 2000.
4. One day Orientation Programme for Psychology Teachers, Department of Psychology, M.D. University, Rohtrak, Feb. 14, 2003.
|Field Of Specialization:||1. Comparative and Physiological Psychology.
2. Experimental Psychology.
|Membership Of U.G. Board Of Studies:||1. Remained on the U.G. Board of Studies of M.D. University in the year 1996.|
|Membership Of College Committees During Service:||1. Admission committee
2. Discipline committee
3. Cultural committee
4. Computer cell committee
5. UGC affairs committee
6. Construction Committee
7. NSS advisory Board
8. Time Table committee
9. PF/Pension committee
10. Departmental purchase committee
11. Bharat Scouts and Guides Unit
12. Coordinator, Quality Assurance Cell