Dr. Babita Tewari
KLS College (Affiliation: CSJM University, Kanpur)
GHA Ambassador of Peace and Disarmament from Harmony
Address: 125-B, Shyam Nagar, Kanpur City, State of Uttar Pradesh, Pin Code-208013, India
Mobile: +91 9415475057 / 8601084876
Personal page: http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=813
Nationality: PROUD Indian
Date of Birth: 12th February, 1974
Academic Degree: PhD in Sociology (DOMESTIC VIOLENCE)
Work: Teaching Sociology continuously now for the past more than 11 years (since 2007)
vHusband:- Dr Sanjay Tewari. He is a PhD in Sports Sociology, Director of UP Athletics Association, Administrative Officer with the largest Government Life Insurer, the Life Insurance Corporation of India.
vDaughter:- Ms Sanjana Tewari is a Kathak exponent of Lucknow Gharana (Sangeet Prabhakar, Sangeet Visharad, Sangeet Bhaskar in Kathak) trained under Padm Vibushan Pt Birju Maharaj Ji, and of international repute, a TV artist and Member of the International Dance Council, UNESCO, Paris. She is currently studying her Master on a state funded scholarship at the world famed St Petersburg State University, St Petersburg, Russia.
vSon:- Master Sanjwal studies in Class VIII at Kanpur, and is a Guitarist, apart from being a versatile footballer
vLife Time Member of the Indian Sociological Society
vMember of the Int. Sociological Association (ISA) and ISA RC 13 on Leisure & Tourism
vLife Member of the Indian Association for Women Studies, New Delhi.
vLife Time Member of the Central Social & Welfare Board, New Delhi.
ØSociology of Violence (Domestic)
ØSociology of Leisure and Tourism
ØSociology of Sports
v“Bharat Mein Mahila Utpidan” (Women atrocities in India) publisher- Nikhil Publishers & Distributors, May 2015, ISBN 978-93-82937-63-0. This book was launched by the Hon’ble Governor of Uttar Pradesh in August 2015. I also had the privilege of handing over this book in person to our Hon’ble Prime Minister Sri Narendra Modi Ji, when he invited me on 26th July 2016.
vAnd many other publications (see below)
My family with Hon’ble PM of India (2016)
GHA Project: “Spherons: UN Harmony instead UN disharmony…”
Dr Babita Tewari
Global governance can only be harmonious if it can be scientific, not impulsive and unconscious, demanding a new systematic harmonious scientific thinking absorbing wholeness of all diversity of its parts. Many Sociologists such as Pierre Bourdieu, Talcott Parsons, Alvin Toffler, Fernand Braudel, Niklas Luhmann, and others viewed the entire community as a system of four socio-cultural production systems/spheres and corresponding actors, which provide society with four imperative and sufficient resources: People, Information, Organizations and Things (PIOT resources). These structures, prior to the dialect of Materialism, coined by Marx, were even discoursed by him too. The absence of a scientific model of harmonious governance determines the non existence of a harmonious structure of organization and the subject of governance at all levels, including the UN.
The model of global governance develops within the framework of Sociocybernetics of spheres and Spherons’ harmony as Sociocybernetics of the third order, including its previous orders.Spherons are harmonious classes/communities of humanity constituting the key object and subject/actor of global harmony and its governance. Hence, in order to govern international cooperation, and prevent the global risks of disharmony, it was felt that a sustainable and scientific evolution is desired, giving way to the transformation of the traditional United Nations.
Global harmony demands, at first, the equal rights for the Child and Women.Global peace is next to impossible without “General and Complete Disarmament from Harmony”, which in the project of Global Harmony Association is proposed on the basis of global harmonization under the UN auspices.
In my role as a Sociologist, studying women atrocities, which has also been a part of my research, I find that in order to achieve gender equality and women's empowerment, as also a priority for children, is both a means and an end for the deconstruction of militarism, negative masculinities and patriarchy which adores aggression, and upholds the traditions of conflict in all its insanity and pointless attack on humankind that we ask for to end. But this is not enough to end the agony. We have to design more scientific means to combat this problem, and the need to study Peace, which comes from harmony through science, is vital.
Women Social Scientists ought to come forward and study the four harmonious spheral classes of population, the SPHERONS, for a more harmonious world (http://peacefromharmony.org/docs/global-peace-science-2016.pdf)
My book for Hon’ble PM of India (2016)
“Bharat Mein Mahila Utpidan” publisher- Nikhil Publishers & Distributors, May 2015, ISBN 978-93-82937-63-0. This book was launched by the Hon’ble Governor of Uttar Pradesh in August 2015. I also had the privilege of handing over this book in person to our Hon’ble Prime Minister Sri Narendra Modi Ji, when he invited me on 26th July 2016.
Presentations in National Seminars / Conferences / Workshops, the most important:
vAttended the National Conference of the Indian Association for Women Studies, New Delhi held from 07th till 10th February, 2008 at Isabella Thoburn College, Lucknow. I submitted a paper titled "The Sociology of Battered Women" and this has been published also.
vAttended and presented a paper at a UGC sponsored national seminar on Role of Police in April 2008 at Akbarpur College, Kanpur Dehat.
vI have attended a conference organized by Philosophy Department of DAV College, Kanpur (sponsored by the University Grants Commission) on 29 September, 2008. I presented a paper titled “Religious Liberty & Sex Equality – A Dilemma”.
vParticipated in a Workshop organized by the Department of Sociology, Mahila Mahavidyalaya PG College, Kanpur on the topic Crisis of Social & Political Values in Present Scenario held on 24th November, 2008.
vI attended the 34th All India Sociological Conference held at theUniversity of Rajasthan on the 27, 28 and 29th December, 2008. I presented a paper titled “The Changing Role of Fatherhood”. This was published in the book of abstracts.
vI participated and interacted in an inter-disciplinary workshop on Women’s Empowerment and its impact on the Development of India – Historical, Sociological , Political and Economic Perspectives organized by the Department of Sociology, Juhari Devi Girls P.G. College, Kanpur on 16th February, 2009.
vParticipated in a National Seminar organized by the National Association for Social Sciences, New Delhi held at Pt. Deen Dayal College, Kanpur on the 22nd February, 2009. I presented a paper titled “Westernization of Indian Sociology”.
vPresented a Paper in National Seminar on Social Development, Issues and Challenges in Post Independence Era: Status and Strategies organized by the Periyar University, Salem on 24th-25th March, 2009. The title of my Paper was “Sec 498a of the Indian Penal Code: Is it a lost bargain?” This has been published also.
vParticipated & Presented a Paper titled “Environment Education through Classrooms” in a National Conference on Environmental Awareness on value based Education sponsored by the UGC and organized by Raja Harpal Singh PG College, Jaunpur in Feb 09.
vParticipated in a National Seminar on “Awareness towards wellness through Educational Physical Activities” organized by the Dept. of Physical Education and Dept. of Adult Cont. Education & Extension, the CSJM University, Kanpur on the 20-21 March, 2009.
vParticipated and presented a Paper titled “Violence Against Women: The Global Scene”in a National Seminar on Social Struggle of Women for Human Rights organized by the Dept. of Sociology, DG Girls PG College, Kanpur on 22ndOct 2009.
vParticipated and presented a Paper titled “The Study of Ageing and Modernization Theory” in a National Seminar on Social Status Of Old Age People in the Changing Scenarioorganized by the Dept. of Sociology, DBS PG College, Kanpur on 30th Nov 2009.
vParticipated & Presented a Paper titled “Role of Women in Small Scale Industries: A Case Study of Rural Kanpur” organized by the Khadi & Village Industries Commission, Govt. of India and Sociology Dept.,TD College, Jaunpur on 19th Feb 2010.
vParticipated & Presented a Paper titled “The Role of female workers in rural development and the fight against poverty” organized by the DAV Degree College (UGC Sponsored), Kanpur on 27-29 Nov 2010.
vParticipated & Presented a Paper titled “Divorce Petitions: Is justice being delayed? A case study of family Courts” organized by the Indian Sociological Society and Ravenshaw University, Cuttack on 27-29 Dec 2010. Published in the Book of Abstracts.
vAttended and presented a paper at a Conference organized by the Dept. of Adult Education, CSJM University, Kanpur on 27-28 March 2011. The theme of conference was Environment Education and Social Awareness. The title of my paper was Creating Social Awareness through Environment Education.
vPresented a paper ‘Negative Impacts of ICT on Leisure’ at a National Conference organized by the Indian Sociological Society, RC 20, Leisure and Tourism held at Dehradun,9-10 July 2011.Published in the book of abstracts.
vPresented a Paper at the 37th All India Sociological Conference held at JNU, New Delhi on 11-13 Dec 2011. The topic of my presentation was Understanding of Leisure through Gender Differences.
vAttended and presented a paper at University Grants Commission (UGC) sponsored seminar on The Police System: Recent Perspective in March 2012 organized by the DAV PG College, Sociology Dept., Lucknow University. The title was “Samajshastriy drishti se police vyavastha”.
vPresented a Paper at UGC Sponsored Seminar on Ageing organized by the LN Mithila University, Darbhanga on 25-26 March 2012. The title was “Old Age Women in India”.
vPresented a paper at an international conference (sponsored by the ICSSR) organized by the Sociology dept. of Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur on 5-6 Oct’ 12. “Gender Violence: Sociological Impact in the State of UP” was the topic of my presentation. The theme was Perspectives in Culture, Society and Gender in Subaltern Communities in South Asia.
vPresented a paper at the 38th All India Sociological Conference held at Udaipur on 27-29 Dec’ 12. The topic was “Time constraints and leisure activities of women: A case of Kanpur city”.
vPresented a Paper at an International Conference at MLS University, Udaipur on 26 & 27 Feb,2013. The theme was Women Empowerment: Emerging Perceptions on Status & Role and was sponsored by the UGC. The topic was “Women Empowerment through NREGA: A case of UP”.
vPresented a Paper at the titled “Women, more roles, less personal leisure: A case of Kanpur City” at the 39th All India Sociological Conference held at Karnataka State Open University, Mysore on 27-29 December 2013.
vPresented a Paper at the 40th All India Sociological Conference at Kashi Vidyapeeth, Varanasi on 29,30 Nov and 1 Dec’14. The title was “Good life, Social Justice and Pleasure”
vPresented a Paper at the 41st All India Sociological Conference at Kalinga Univeristy, Bhubaneswar, 27-29 December 2015 “Discrimination of Women in Sports”..
vPresented a Paper at a National Seminar held at SP College, Pune (University of Pune) on 22-23 February 2016 titled “Are Women discriminated in Sports?”
vAttended and Presented a Paper titled “Gender, Sports and Violence” at the 42nd All India Sociological Conference” held at the Central University of Tezpur, Assam on 27-30 December 2016.
vAttended and Presented a Paper titled “Quality of Governance through Politics of Governance: The Developmental Aspect” at the Indian Social Science Association Conference organized by the Department of Sociology at BHU, Varanasi on 10-11 February 2017.
vAttended and Presented a Paper titled “Triple Talaq: Looking beyond the parameters of being a Muslim Women” at the 43rd All India Sociological Conference, 9-12 November 2017, University of Lucknow.
With Minister of Culture in India (2017)
Papers submitted / presented in International Conferences:
vSubmitted a paper in the 04th International Post Graduate Colloquium “ Harnessing Behavioral Science to promote the quality of life” organized by the Srinakharinwirot University, Bangkok, Thailand held on 19-20 June, 2007. The paper was titled as “Sociology of Battered Women”. It was accepted for presentation and has been published too.
vAttended/presented in an International Conference titled as the VIIIth International Conference - Asian Youth and Childhoods, 2007 organized by the Research Committee on Sociology of Youth, International Sociological Association at Hotel Taj Continental, Lucknow on 22 – 24 November, 2007. I presented a paper marked as "Youth and the Internet". This has been published also.
vSubmitted a paper titled "Restructuring in tune with technology - The Life Insurance industry in India" in the forthcoming VIIIth International Conference on Work, Employment and Society, i.e. WES-2007 held at University of Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom in September, 2007. My abstract was accepted.
vSubmitted a paper titled "Becoming Market Oriented" for the AUSACE-2007, conference organized by the Zayed University, Abu Dhabi, UAE. This was accepted for presentation and I was invited to Dubai.
vSubmitted a Paper in the International Conference on Social Development, Social Movements and the Marginalized to be held from February 16-19, 2008 at the Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi, being organized by the International Sociological Association. I had to present a paper titled "The Menace of HIV/AIDS", which was accepted. However, I could not attend the conference.
vInvited by the British Sociological Association for an international conference organized by the Institute of Social Science Research, College of Birkbeck, University of London, United Kingdom in July, 2008.
vPresented a Paper “Can the family reunite? An effort from Leisure.” at the 17th World Congress of Sociology held in Gothenborg, Sweden on 11-17 July 2010.
vPresented my paper Time Constraints on Leisure activities of women at 2nd International Sociological Association (ISA) Forum of Sociology, Buenos Aires, Argentina,1–4 Aug’ 2012.
vPresented my paper titled “Women, more roles, less personal leisure: A case of Kanpur City” at the 18th World Congress of Sociology at Yokohama, Japan in July 2014.
vPresented my paper titled “Affect of Unemployment on Leisure: A study of Pregnant Women” at the 3RD International Sociological Association Forum of Sociology, Vienna, Austria in July 10-14, 2016.
Publication in National Journals:
vMy article titled "Globalization & Violence against Women :The Indian Arena" has been published in the "Social Welfare" Journal of the Ministry of Family and Social Welfare, Government of India , Vol.55 No.9, December, 08. ISSN 0037-8038
vMy paper titled “Triyug mein Mahilayen: Ek tulnatmak Vishleshan” has been published in the National Journal of Ministry of Communication “Bihar ka Aarthik Paridrashya”, July-December, 08 issue. ISSN:0974-9969
vArticle titled “The First Women Bank only: A positive initiative” published in the Social Welfare Magazine published by the Ministry of Social and Family Welfare, Govt.of India. ISSN 0037-8038 Vol.60 No.2,May 2013.
vArticle titled “The Unsung Women Freedom Fighters” published in the Social Welfare Magazine published by the Ministry of Social and Family Welfare, Govt.of India. ISSN 0037-8038 , Aug 2015.
vArticle titled “Understanding Women Empowerment” published in the Social Welfare Magazine published by the Ministry of Social and Family Welfare, Govt.of India. ISSN 0037-8038, March 2016 to commemorate International Women’s month.
Publication in Reputed International Journals:
vMy paper titled “The Sociology of Battered Women” has been published in the Journal of Management & Social Sciences, Institute of Business & Technology, Karachi, Pakistan. ISSN 1814-9790
vArticle published in the Politics and Religion Journal, Center for Studies of Religion and Religious Tolerance, Univ of Belgrade, Serbia, Volume III, Jan’09 (www.politicsandreligionjournal.com) ISSN 1820-6581 UDK32:2. The title of article is History of Indian Women: Hinduism at crossroads with gender.
Publication in/of Books:
vI have Co-Authored a Book titled “Development of Schedule Castes and Schedule Tribes in India” and this has been published by the Cambridge Scholar Publishers, United Kingdom. The number is ISBN (10); 1-84718-606-8, and ISBN(13); 9781847186065.
vMy paper titled “Mahila Sashaktikaran: Kuchch Unsuljhe Sawal” has been published in a book titled “Kya Mahilayen Aazad hai?” brought out by Meenakshi Publications, New Delhi. ISBN: 978-81-908532-00.
v“Bharat Mein Mahila Utpidan” publisher- Nikhil Publishers & Distributors, May 2015, ISBN 978-93-82937-63-0. This book was launched by the Hon’ble Governor of Uttar Pradesh in August 2015. I also had the privilege of handing over this book in person to our Hon’ble Prime Minister Sri Narendra Modi Ji, when he invited me on 26th July 2016.
vXIXth International Sociological Association (ISA) World Congress, Toronto, Canada, 15 - 21 July 2018…Paper accepted: “Respect people’s feelings. Even if it doesn’t mean anything to you, it could mean everything to them”
vI was empanelled in an international editorial board of the Journal of Management & Social Sciences, Institute of Business & Technology, Karachi, Pakistan.
vI was Editor in the ISS Research Committee 20 Newsletter.
Article on Women in Hindi in Leading Hindi Newspaper of India (2017)