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  • Jugal Kishore
    Dear Friends and colleague Glad to annouced that first edition of Practical and Viva: Community Medicine for students of MBBS, MD, MPH, PGCHFWM, PGDHM,
    Message 1 of 4 , Sep 13, 2009
    Dear Friends and colleague
     
    Glad to annouced that first edition of "Practical and Viva: Community Medicine" for students of MBBS, MD, MPH, PGCHFWM, PGDHM, PGDHE, MBA Health Management, PGDGM, PGDMCH, BSc.,MSc Nursing is released. This book deals with clinico-social and environmental approach to the index case or family case study. It provides comprehensive management of such case in the family. It also deal with epidemiological, statistical and management exercise. Simple description of public health spots, investigation of an epidemic and inspection of swimming pool are another features of this book. Second part of this book consists of questions and answers on various public health problems. I hope the book fillls the gap between knowledge and effective learning in public health. Your critical and creative suggestions are welcome and would be highly appreciated and ackowledged.
     
     
    With warm regards.
     
    Dr. J Kishore

     
    On Tue, Sep 8, 2009 at 10:16 AM, Clarence Samuel <clarencejs@...> wrote:
     

    Dear Sir,
    Your advise to Niraj is applicable to all even for those post pg.
    Thank you for this priceless advise.
    sincere regards
    Clarence Samuel

    --- On Sat, 5/9/09, Jugal Kishore <drjugalkishore@...> wrote:

    From: Jugal Kishore <drjugalkishore@...>
    Subject: Re: [iapsm_youthmembers] help me...
    To: iapsm_youthmembers@yahoogroups.com
    Date: Saturday, 5 September, 2009, 11:09 PM

     

    Dear Niraj Chhari
     
    I know, it is difficult decision to choose, but follow your instincts and you'll find your way to an appropriate and meaningful topic. Here are some criteria to keep in mind when choosing a dissertation or thesis topic:

    Choose a topic you love. This may be the most important criteria. You're going to be spending so much time with this project, and your quality of life will be much better if these hours are spent enjoyably. What's more, the quality of your research, writing, and arguments will be much better if you feel genuine passion for your work, Choose a topic you find both fascinating and socially significant. Never let someone pressure you into writing about a certain topic!

    Pick something your advisor finds interesting and is knowledgeable about. Of course, is this is not possible, you might want to change your advisor instead of changing your topic.

    Pick a topic that will be helpful in your career path. If your goal is an academic career, pick a topic that you can easily modify into journal articles or a book, and that will lend itself well to future research. If you want to work at a teaching oriented institution, consider a topic you can use in the classroom. If you are going into industry, choose a topic that will make you more marketable.

    Find a topic that establishes your niche in your field. Do your research and find a topic that fits into existing bodies of literature, but that builds upon theory and expands it.

    Choose research that is unique. Do significant research to make sure this topic has not been done before. Be creative and choose an idea that stands out from the pack as original and innovative. For creative work one need not be having resources of developed world.

    Think carefully before you choose a controversial topic. Academics are a sensitive lot, and in every field there are certain topics and positions that will send highly educated people into intellectual temper tantrums. This doesn't mean you should avoid topics that push people's buttons. However, if you choose a controversial topic, think carefully about whether it might restrict your postgraduation  tenure, or publishing opportunities.

    Pick a topic that you or your guide already have some expertise about. This will help preserve your sanity and get you out the door faster. This isn't the time to explore a brand new area. Along the way, take coursework and write class papers that will help you write your dissertation or thesis.

    Pick a manageable topic. This is a huge project for your age and caliber, but it isn't your life's research. A good advisor will help you narrow down your topic so that you don't remain in postgraduate course for longer period. Feasibility of your work should also be seen. Your resources that includes time, money, availability of patients, tools, etc. should be available before starting your thesis work.
     
    Scan lot of journals and books thoroughly. Please discuss with your guide and co-guides about the topic.
     
    My all best wishes.
     
    Dr. J Kishore


    On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 9:41 AM, neiraj chhari <nchhari@yahoo. com> wrote:
     

    i want to synopsis of my thesis topic.pls help me how and on what basis should i finalise the topic.
     
    regards.
    neeraj




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    --
    MBBS, MD, PGCHFWM, PGDEE, MSc., MNAMS, FIPHA
    Professor Community Medicine, Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi 110002,
    INDIA,
    (Mobile) 09868010950; 09968604249

    Please visit for more details: http://drjugalkishore.blogspot.com

    Director (Hony): Center for Inquiry (Delhi Branch)

    President (Hony)
    Kishore Foundations; Sabasva Foundation,

    Author of
    * National Health Programs of India,
    * A Dictionary of Public Health
    * Practical & Viva: Community Medicine
    * A Textbook of Health for Health Care Worker,
    * Biomedical Waste Management in India,
    * Vanishing Girl Child (on Female Feticide), Bhrun Hatiya: Apradhi Kaun?
    * The Pioneering Social  Reformers of India
    * The Great Warriors of Human Rights Movement in India
    For books Visit http://centurypublications.co.in
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