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Dattaram Naik
Senior Technical Officer-3 , Research, non profit
Mumbai, Maharashtra
I am having experience of monitoring, evaluation,supervision, project proposal/report writing, analysis in SPSS, making presentation, conducting educational programs on health and gender issues. Research experience is more than 41 years.
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Area of Expertise:
  • Monitoring, Evaluation, Policy, Research
Professional Experience:
1. worked in ICMR - National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health as: Social worker, Tech Officer-A, Sr. Tech Officer 1/2/3 from 10/03/1993 till date.
2. Worked in Enterovirus Research Center, (ICMR)from 20/06/1986 to 09/03/1993.
3. Worked in Bombay Leprosy Project (NGO, sponsored by German Leprosy Relief Association)from 11/09/1979 to 14/05/1981 as untrained candidate, underwent Para-Medical Worker (PMW) Training, & PMW (Leprosy) from 30/10/1981 to 19/061986.
Note - Please see CV for more details.
Education:
Educational Qualifications:

1. B. A. (Sociology):Bombay (Mumbai) University, Sociology, 1987-90.
2. M. A. (Sociology): Bombay (Mumbai) University Sociology 1990-92.
3. M. P. S. International Institute for Population Sciences, Deemed University, Population Studies 1998-2002
4.P.G.D.P.M.,L. N. Welingkar Institute for Management,Personnel Management' 1992
5. UGC-NET, UGC Population Studies, 2005
6.Ph.D,Mumbai University,Sociology, 2016.
TITLE OF THESIS:

Reproductive and Sexual Health of Street Adolescents: A Sociological Study of Street Adolescents in Mumbai
TITLE OF THESIS:
Reproductive and Sexual Health of Street Adolescents: A Sociological Study of Street Adolescents in Mumbai

Affiliations and Achievements:
PUBLICATIONS:
AS A FIRST AUTHOR:
1.DD Naik, Balaiah Donta and PS Keskar, (2016), Intervention Strategy for Enhancing Knowledge of couples on Sexually Transmitted Infections and Cervical Cancer in Urban Slums of Mumbai, Gurukul International Multidisciplinary Research Journal (GIMRJ), ISSN No. 2394-8426, Jun 2016, Vol. VI, Issue II, pg 100-107 (Online Journal, International IF 2.254).
2.DD Naik, Balaiah Donta,Saritha Nair and BN Mali, (2016), Enhancing Awareness of STIs and Cervical Cancer among Women in an Urban Slum of Mumbai: A Comparative Study Focusing on General, OBC and SC/ST Population, Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies, Vol 4(10), pg 29-35, ISSN: 2321-8819 (Online), 2348-7186 (Print). Impact Factor: 1.498.
3.Dattaram D Naik, Rajesh Dase, Augustine Kanjamala, (2016), Socio-economic, Demographic and Cultural Characteristics of Street Adolescents in Mumbai, Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies, 4(12) November 2016, pg 80-86, ISSN: 2321-8819 (Online), 2348-7186 (Print). Impact Factor: 1.498
4.Dattaram D Naik, Rajesh Dase, Augustine Kanjamala, (2016), Socio-economic, Demographic Profile and Substance Abuse among Street Adolescents in Mumbai, Gurukul International Multidisciplinary Research Journal (GIMRJ), ISSN No. 2394-8426, Dec 2016, Vol. VI, Issue IV, pg 120-128 (Online Journal, International IF 2.254).
5.DD Naik and Balaiah Donta (2016), Male Involvement in Reproductive Health, In Balaiah Donta (eds) Male Involvement in Improving Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health, Proceedings of International Conference on Male Involvement in Improving Women’s Reproductive Health: Evidences, Actions and Possibilities, Published for Director NIRRH, Mumbai, India, ISBN 978-81-910540-6-4, Pg 173-195
6.Dattaram D Naik, Rajesh Dase, Kavita Juneja, Augustine Kanjamala, (2017), Level of Knowledge of Reproductive Health Issues and Sexual Behaviour among Street Adolescents in Mumbai, Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies, 5(1), January, 2017, pg 183-90, ISSN: 2321-8819 (Online), 2348-7186 (Print). Impact Factor: 1.498
7.DD Naik, Balaiah Donta,Saritha Nair and BN Mali, (2017), Awareness of Sexually Transmitted Infections and Cervical Cancer among Women in Urban Slums of Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health, Feb. 2017, Vol 4(2), pg 400-404, pISSN: 2394-6032/ eISSN 2394-6040, DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2394-6040.ijcmph20170262.
8.Naik DD, Begum S, Tapase P, Donta B. (2017), Male Involvement in Reproductive Health. Invited Research Article, In “Developing Quality Essential Health Care Services: Opportunities and Challenges to Achieve SDG’s”, Souvenir, National Conference organized by Family Welfare Training and Research Centre. 60, 2017.
9.Naik DD, Donta B, Iddya U, Nair S. (2017), Awareness of sexually transmitted infections and cervical cancer among husbands in urban slums of Mumbai, India. Int J Community Med Public Health, 4(9):3261-6, 2017. pISSN: 2394-6032/ eISSN: 2394-6040, (ICV 2016: 89.80).
10.Naik DD, Donta B. (2018), Enhancing awareness of STIs and cervical cancer among husbands in an urban slum of Mumbai, India: a comparative study focusing on General, OBC and SC/ST/NT population. Int J Reprod Contracept Obstet Gynecol 2018; 7(1): 178-84. (ICV: 91.12)
11.Naik Dattaram D, Juneja Kavita and Kamble Nitin. (2018), Perception and Attitude of Street Adolescents towards Reproductive Health. International Journal of Innovative Knowledge Concepts, 6(1): 1-6; Jan, 2018, ISSN: 2454-2415
12.Naik Dattaram D and Kamble Nitin. (2018), Attitude of Street Adolescents towards Sexual Health Issues. Gurukul International Multidisciplinary Research Journal (GIMRJ), ISSN: 2394-8426, 7(1): 96-106, Mar 2018. (IF 4.374).
13.D D Naik. (2018), Street Adolescents in Mumbai and their Awareness about Reproductive and Sexual Health Issues. IIC News & Views, 68(2):30-52, July 2018.
AS A CO-AUTHOR:
Total 32 Publications as a Co- author
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    Years of Experience:
    More than 20 years
    Highest Qualification:
    Doctorate
    Languages:
    English, Marathi
    Nationality:
    Indian
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