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Name : Dr. Bal Kishan Gulati
Designation : Scientist D
Email Id : gulbk@icmr.gov.in
Mobile : 9818685216
Academic Qualifications: • Ph.D.(Population Studies)
• PGDAST
• Master of Population Studies
• M.Sc.(Comp.Sci.)
Research Interest: • Public health
• Mortality data analysis
Discipline: • Demography
• Biostatistics
• Computer Science
Date of Joining ICMR: 06-03-1985
Date of Joining Current Post: 01-09-2016

Publications

1 Gulati BK, Sahu D, Kumar A, Rao MVV.  Potential gain in life expectancy by gender after elimination of a specific cause of death in urban India.   Int J Community Med Public Health;7:1848-53.  MAY, 2020
2 Kumar A, Sahu D, Gulati BK, Ranjan V, Rao MVV. Rural-urban differentials and socioeconomic determinants of prevalence of anaemia among women of reproductive age of 15-49 years in Uttar Pradesh: An analysis of NFHS-4 data.  International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews, Volume.7, Issue 3, 732-737.  JUL, 2020
3 Gulati BK. Understanding the structural changes in causes of death and age pattern of mortality in urban population of Tamil Nadu.  IER Journal of Health and Demography October, Vol. 4, Issue 1; 1-14.  JAN, 2018
4 BK Gulati, Pandey A.  Changing pattern of causes of death statistics in urban population of Rajasthan: An analysis of MCCD data.  International Journal of Applied Research January, Vol. 3, Issue 1; 516-522.  JAN, 2017
5 BK Gulati, Pandey A.  Epidemiological transition in view of changes in the pattern of causes of death and age structure of mortality in urban population of Bihar.  IER Journal of Health and Demography January, Vol. 2, Issue 2; 30-41.  JAN, 2017
6 De, P, Sahu, D, Pandey, A, Gulati, BK, Chandhiok, N, Shukla, AK, Mohan, P and Mitra, RG.  Post Millennium Development Goals Prospect on Child Mortality in India: An Analysis Using Autoregressive Integrated Moving Averages (ARIMA) Model.   Health, 8, 1845-1872. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/health.2016.815176.  JAN, 2016
7 Bal Kishan Gulati, Pandey A.  Epidemiologic Transition in Urban India: An analysis of Medical Certification of Cause of Death Data.   International Journal of Health Science and Research. September, Vol. 6, Issue 9; 1-10.  JAN, 2016
8 Bal Kishan Gulati, Sahu D, Shukla AK, Pandey A.  Health inequalities in infant and under-five mortality in India.  Janasamkhya, Vol. 30 & 32, 31-39 (Published in April, 2016).  JAN, 2016
9 Bal Kishan Gulati, Pandey A.  Understanding Epidemiological Transition in Urban Population of Maharashtra.  International Journal of Scientific Reports. November, Vol. 1, Issue 7; 272-85.  JAN, 2015
10 Yujwal Raj, Sahu D, Pandey A, Venkatesh S, Reddy DCS, Bakkali T, Das C, Singh JKh, Kant S, Bhattacharya M, Stover J, Jha UM, Kumar P, Mishra RM, Chandra N, Gulati, BK, Mathur S, Joshi D, Chavan L.  Modelling and estimation of HIV prevalence and number of people living with HIV in India, 2010-2011.   International Journal of STD & AIDS, October 22, 1-9, doi:10.1177/0956462415612650.  JAN, 2015
11 Damodar Sahu, Nair S, Singh L, Gulati, BK, Pandey A. Levels, trends & predictors of infant & child mortality among Scheduled Tribes in rural India.   Indian Journal of Medical Research. May, 141; 709-719.  JAN, 2015
12 Bal Kishan Gulati, Kumar A, Pandey A.  Cause of death by verbal autopsy among women of reproductive age in Rajasthan, India.   International Journal of Scientific Reports. May, Vol. 1, Issue 1; 56-60.  JAN, 2015
13 BK Gulati, Pandey A, Ubaidullah M.  Potential gain in life expectancy after partial and complete elimination of specified causes of death: An analysis of Medical Certification of Causes of Death data in India and its selected states.  International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development. April, Vol. 2, Issue 4; 508-512, e-ISSN: 2349-4182.  JAN, 2015
14 Anil Kumar, Gupta RK, Pandey A, Gulati BK. Pregnancy related problems faced in rural areas of Delhi A study.   Asian Academic Research Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities. February, Vol. 1, Issue 32; 236-248.   JAN, 2015
15 Anil Kumar, Gulati BK, Pandey A.  Examining the Probable Causes of Perinatal Deaths by Verbal Autopsy in Rajasthan, India.   Asian Academic Research Journal of Multidisciplinary. December, Vol. 1, Issue 28; 281-289.  JAN, 2014
16 BK Gulati, Pandey A, Ubaidullah M, Sheab Onnur R.  Examining the Trend of Share of Neonatal and Post-neonatal Mortality in Infant Mortality in India and its selected States.  Asian Academic Research Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities. November, Vol, 1, Issue 29; 429-437.   JAN, 2014
17 BK Gulati, Pandey A, Ubaidullah M, Sahu D, Kulkarni R, Begum S.  Potential gain in life expectancy after elimination of cardiovascular diseases in selected states of India: An analysis of Medical Certification of Causes of Death Data.   Asian Academic Research Journal of Multidisciplinary. December, Vol. 1, Issue 16; 301-310.   JAN, 2013
18 BK Gulati, Unisa S, Pandey A, Sahu D, Ganguly S.  Correlates of occurrence of obstetric fistula among women in selected states of India: An analysis of DLHS-3 data.   Facts Views & Vision in ObGyn, 3(2), 121-128.  JAN, 2011
19 BK Gulati Joining European and Indian Grids for e-Science Network Community.   ICMR Library Bulletin, Vol. 5, No.2, April-June.  JAN, 2008
Publications in Books
1 Nomita Chandhoik, Sahu D, Gulati BK, Shukla AK, Arvind Pandey. Estimates of Infant and Child Mortality in India: A Comparison between SRS and NFHS.   In S. Sharma (Ed.) Demographic Challenges in India, Athena Academic, info@athnaacademic.com, London, UK, pp. 135-160.   2016
2 Arvind Pandey, Sahu D, Gulati BK, Shukla AK.  Examining the demographic determinants of infant mortality in India.  In S. Sharma (Ed.). Maternal and Child Health in India Policies and Challenges, Bookwell, Delhi, pp. 1-13.   2015
3 Damodar Sahu, Pandey P, Gulati BK, Chandhoik N.  Factors Affecting Postpartum Non-Susceptible Period in Orissa: A Multivariate Survival Analysis with Time Dependent Covariates.  Population, Gender and Health in India: Methods, Process and Policies. (Eds.) K.S.James, Arvind Pandey, Dhananjay W.Bansod, Lekha Subaiya. Academic Foundation, New Delhi, 139-152.  2010
4 Ashutosh Ojha, Pandey A, Gulati BK, Bhattacharya BN.  Unobservable Heterogeneity and Timing of Births in Uttar Pradesh: An Application of Parametric Failure Time Model of Event History Analysis.   Population, Poverty & Health: Analytical Approach. (Eds.) K.K.Singh, R.C.Yadava, Arvind Pandey, Hindustan Publishing Corporation (India), New Delhi, 86-95.  2009

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