Dr. Natasha Dasgupta

M.Sc.(K.U.), NET(JRF-CSIR), PhD(C.U.)

Associate Professor & Head

Department of Statistics

About me

email: statistics.lbc@gmail.com

Academic Qualification:
MSc( Kalyani University);
NET( JRF-CSIR)
PhD(Calcutta University)      

Award:                  First Class First in both the BSc and MSc Examinations 

Career History:  Teaching experience of 20 years

  • Research Fellow under Calcutta University ( Feb-93 to Dec-97)
  •  Served as Lecturer in Midnapur College, Midnapur, WB (Dec, 97- Jan, 2000)
  • Joined as Lecturer in Lady Brabourne College, Kolkata, WB( Jan,2001-)

 

 

Research Experience:

                  Area of research in PhD: Prediction Problems in Reliability Analysis.

Also took part in the following Multidisciplinary Research projects in Lady Brabourne College.

  • East Kolkata wetland research Project(Jointly with Five other Departments Microbiology, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology & Geography of the College).
  • Designing Less-Toxic to Non-Target Fertilizer using Phyto-Remediation( jointly with Microbiology Dept).

Publications

LIST OF PUBLISHED PAPERS 

Title of the paper

Authors

Journal/ Issue/ Year/ ISBN No.

PREDICTION INTERVAL FOR THE SMALLEST VALUE IN A FUTURE SAMPLE BASED ON IMPRECISE DATA S.P. Mukherjee &
Natasa Dasgupta
Journal of Combinatorics, Information & System Sciences journal
(ISSN 0250-9628)
Vol. 39, No. 1-4 (2014)
Pages 239-248
DESIGNING LESS TOXIC TO NON-TARGET ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDES
USING PHYTOREMEDIATION
N. Dasgupta,
A.Nag Choudhury
&
R. Roy
Science Journal. Lady Brabourne College
(ISSN 2319-6858)
Vol-3, (2012)
Pages 74-81
PREDICTION INTERVAL FOR  THE RAYLEIGH DISTRIBUTION Mukherjee, S. P. & Dasgupta, N. Indian Association for Productivity, Quality & Reliability Transactions, 32, 1, 57-63.

PREDICTION INTERVAL FOR THE SMALLEST VALUE IN A FUTURE SAMPLE BASED ON IMPRECISE DATA”

Mukherjee, S. P. & Dasgupta, N.

Journal of Combinatorics, Information & System Sciences: Vol. 39 (1-4) 2014;

 

Ongoing MINOR RESEARCH ( Sponsored by UGC) :
Measuring Social Attitude Towards Transgender People.
Transgender are those people who do not conform to conventional notions of male or female gender but combine or move between the two. Transphobia is defined as an emotional disgust toward this community. As a result of this, Transgenders are denied access to any sort of social support. Extreme social exclusion diminishes self-esteem and sense of social responsibility of Transgender community. Efforts towards rehabilitation and welfare of these people must focus on reducing social stigma and increasing access to much needed services.  The purpose of the present study is to identify some of the variables that predict attitudes toward transgender people.

Other Involvements:

  • Script writer and coordinator of the Women’s Programme( Ghore Baire)  in Dordarshan Kendra, Kolkata.
Renowned Elocutionist, Actively engaged in performance poetry, Invited to USA and Bangladesh for recitation.