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Address : Department of Journalism and Mass Communication Aliah University, Park Circus Campus 17, Gorachand Road, Beniapukur, Kolkata, West Bengal 700014
Kaifia Ancer Laskar is currently working as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, Aliah University. She has done her PhD from Assam University and specialises in Development Communication and Behavior Change Communication, Cultural and Media Studies, Communication and Media Research.
|Serial Number||Degree||Course Name||Thesis/Dissertation||Institution/University||Year|
|1||PhD||Mass Communication||Mediated Mythical Discourses||Assam University||2014|
|2||MA||Mass Communication||N A||Assam University||2009|
|3||BA||Economics||NA||Guru Charan College, Silchar(affiliated to Assam University)||2007|
Total Experience (in January 2017): 3 Yrs 3 months
|Nature of work (Guest/Contractual/Regular)||University||Year (From-To)|
|Regular||Aliah University, Kolkata||17/06/2016 to Present|
|Guest Faculty||Tripura Central University, Tripura||7/10/2013 to 31/05/2016|
|District Media Expert||National Health Mission, Assam||19/10/2010 to 31/04/2011|
|Research Associate||Nanda Talukdar Foundation, Guwahati, Assam||01/01/2009 to 30/11/2009|
Behavior Change Communication
Cultural and Media Studies
Communication and Media Research
1.Principles of Communication,
3. Media Management,
4. Development Communication,
5. Communication Research,
6. Intercultural Communication
Cultural and Media Studies
|Serial No.||Title||Name of the Journal||National/International||ISSN / ISBN|
|1||Folk Media in the Development of Rural Health in Assam||Folk Media and Sustainable Development in The North East||National||ISBN: 978-81-924027-1-2|
|Serial No.||Title||Name of the Journal||
|1||Reading the Mediated Ethnicity: Religious Discourses in Indian Television Soap Operas||Assam University Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol- VII no-1, January 2012||National||ISSN: 0973-4821|
|2||Tracking Partition Discourses in The Films of Ritwik Ghatak||International Organisation of Scientific Research-Journal of Humanities and Social Science||International||
|3||Recognizing the Politics of Visual Imagery through Transplanted Traditions in Indian Television Soap Operas||Media Watch||International||ISSN:0976-0911|
|4||Tracking Subjugated Bodies of Female Characters in Indian Soap Operas||Scholar's View-International Journal of Media and Management||National||ISSN:2319-121X|
|5||Creating Fictional Contrasts of Female Characters in Indian Hindi Films||Intellection: Bi-annual Interdisciplinary Research Journal||National||ISSN:2319-8192|
UGC NET-JRF (June 2009) Mass Communication and Journalism.
Users’ Perception on Social Media (Facebook) and Conflict Situations: A study with the Reang displacement crisis on focus, Debraj Deb, Tripura University, 2014.
A textual analysis of the status updates and relationship status in the Facebook pages of PG students of Agartala pre and post Valentines Day, Bikramjit Sengupta,Tripura University, 2014.
A comparative study of the coverage of Aam Admi Party pre and post Delhi Assembly elections 2013: A content analysis of the e-versions of the Delhi editions of The Times of India and The Indian Express, Amrita Chakraborty, Tripura University, 2014.
Representation of the Elderly: A textual analysis of select Indian television serials, Sunita Sarkar, Tripura University, 2014.
The Heroine and the Anti-heroine: An analysis of the characterisation of Rajjo and Sumitra Devi in the film Gulab Gang, Shakuntala Debbarma, Tripura University, 2014.
|Sl. No||No of Days||
|1||1||A National Symposium on Role of Ethics in Media: Menace of Yellow Journalism||Particpatied||National||24th April, 2009||Deptt of Mass Communication in collaboration with Public Relations & Publication Cell Assam University Silchar|
|2||2||A National Seminar on Folk Media and Sustainable Development in The North East||Folk Media in the Development of Rural Health in Assam: A critique of the role played by street plays implemented by National Rural Health Mission in improving the status of Family Planning and Routine Immunisation performance in the low performing sub-centre areas of Kokrajhar district of Assam during the period November- December, 2010.||National||17-18 February, 2011||Deptt of Mass Communication, Assam University Supported by Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Smriti New Delhi and Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore Foundation, New Delhi|
|3||3||An International Seminar on Partition of Bengal, Diaspora Rehabilitation: Quest For New World View in Literature & Culture of North East India||Tracking Partition Discourses in the Films of Ritwik Ghatak.||International||22-24 March, 2012.||Deptt of Bengali, Assam University Sponsored by ICHR, New Delhi and MAKAIAS, Kolkata|
|4||3||An International Seminar on Gender Education and Female Child Labour: A Sociological Perspective||Tracking Subjugated bodies in female characters in Indian Soap operas.||International||23-25th April, 2013||Organised by the
Deptt of Bengali Assam University Sponsored by National Commission for Women, New Delhi
|Serial No||Attended/ Participated in Training Programmes||Organised by|
|1||Two Week Training Program in the Public Relations Department of NF Railway, Guwahati, Assam||NF Railway, Guwahati, Assam|
|2||Two Week Training Program in Basic Techniques of Television Production at DDK, Guwahati, Assam||Doordarshan Kendra Guwahati, Assam|
|3||A Three Days Training Programme on Gender Sensitisation for Human Development||State Institute of Rural Development, Assam, 7th – 9th July 2009|
|4||A Two days Capacity Building Workshop on Monitoring & Evaluation of BCC Activities||NRHM Assam and UNICEF Guwahati, 17th 18th December, 2010|
|5||A Two days Capacity Building Workshop on IYCN & BFHI||NRHM Assam and UNICEF Guwahati, 14th & 15th February, 2011|
|6||A Two Days Training and Orientation in Media and Accessibility||AYJNIHH, Mumbai in collaboration with Deptt of Mass Communication, Assam University, 18th & 19th February, 2013.|
|7||A One Day
Sentitisation Programme on Stigma, Discrimination and Mainstreaming on HIV/AIDS: Role of Media
|Tripura State AIDS Control Society in collaboration with the ICA Department, Govt of Tripura and the Agartala Press Club, 20th January, 2014.|