M.A (Social Work), Delhi University
M.Phil and PhD (Social Medicine), JNU
Social Science Approaches to Public Health
Medical Pluralism - Indigenous System of Medicine
Communication and Health
Health Care Social Work Practice
Social Groups and Social Networks
Associate Professor, Centre of Social Medicine and Community Health, Jawaharlal Nehru University, 25th July 2016 to till date
Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work, University of Delhi, March 2005 to 24th July, 2016
Shastri Mobility Programme Grant Awardee, for research on “Indigenous Medicine, Health Care Practices and Public Health in Canada: Drawing Inferences for India”, with Waakebiness-Bryce Institute for Indigenous Health, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1st December to 21st December 2018.
Awarded the Fulbright Nehru Post Doctoral Fellowship in Public Health (2016-2017) (Forego).
Awarded the University of Hong Kong Young Scholar Award for Outstanding Abstract in the 2010 Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development: The Agenda, held from 10-14 June 2010 in Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, China.
Awarded the UGC Junior Research Fellowship in 2003 for pursuing Doctoral studies.
Received a citation for being the 5th position holder in 10+2 exams conducted by the Council of Higher Education, Manipur, 1996.
* Topic: Strengthening Women Farmers in Sustainable Low Cost Vegetable Production Project in Shahjahanpur and Pilibhit: An Evaluation, sponsored by Oxfam India. (Duration: January to April 2014)
* Topic: Social Action Research on Tribal Governance: A study of Kuki village self-governance in Churachandpur district, Manipur, sponsored by Indo Global Social Service Society (IGSSS) (Duration: December 2014 to February 2015)
* Topic: Literature review and secondary data analysis of the project on “Synthesizing evidence on urban maternal and new-born health models in India”, sponsored by Save the Children, New Delhi through THOT Consultants (Duration: November 2014 to April 2015).
*Topic: Traditional Healing Practices and Health care Utilization Among Mother and Children: A study of four Northeastern States, funded by ICSSR (Ministry of Human Resource Development), New Delhi. (Duration: May 2018 to August 2019)
*Expert Consultant of IGPP (Institute for Governance, Policies and Politics) project on Baseline Survey to Assess Implementation of Home-Based Care for Young Children funded by Alive and Thriving Foundation.
- Guite Nemthianngai. 2014. Global Discourse and Local Realities towards Indigenous Medicine, Scholar’s Press, OmniScriptum GmbH&Co.KG, Germany. ISBN: 978-3-639-71823-2
- Guite Nemthianngai. 2011. Indigenous Medicine and Health Care, Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi, India. ISBN-13-978-81-8069-732-6
Chapters in Book/Monographs/Reference book (last five years)
- Sanghmitra Acharya, Sunita Reddy, Nemthianngai guite (2020). “COVID-19 Induced Lockdown and Migrant Workers – The Communication Gap”, www.countercurrents.org, 19 May.
- Guite Nemthianngai, Kumari Sarita (2019). Occupational Health Issues in Funeral Work: A Study of Dom Caste in Varanasi City, Uttar Pradesh, in Panneer Sigamani, Sanghmitra S. Acharya, Nagarajan Sivakami (Eds.), “Health, Safety and Well-Being of Workers in the Informal Sector in India: Lessons for Emerging Economies”, Springer Nature Singapore Pvt Ltd. 2019, Springer Singapore.
- Guite Nemthianngai (2019). Health care social work in India. In R. Winnett, R. Furman, D. Epps, & G. Lamphear (Eds.), Health care social work: A global perspective, Oxford University Press, New York, USA.
- Guite Nemthianngai. 2016. “Global Discourse on Indigenous Knowledge: Drawing Inferences for Tribal medicine in India” (Pp 177) in Vinay Kumar Srivastava, Anup Kumar Kapoor, Meenal Dhall (Ed) Environment, Development, Public policy and Health: Anthropological Perspectives (Volume I), B.R. Publishing Corporation, New Delhi. ISBN 13: 9789350502754
- Guite Nemthianngai and Ghosh Samik. 2016. “Inequalities in Health and Medical Pluralism in India: Role of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicine (TCAM) and the Social Networks of its Practitioners”, in Roy Piru Mohan and Ghosh Atanu (Ed), Rural Development: Contemporary Issues and Practices, Rohini Nandan, Kolkatta, India. ISBN-978-81-928721-9-3
- Guite Nemthianngai. 2015. “Maternal and New Born Health of the Urban Poor: Factors Affecting Urban Health Service Delivery System”, in Chopra Neelima (Ed), Care for Young Children: Health, Nutrition and Protection, Global Books Organisation, New Delhi, India. ISBN-978-93-80570-98-3
- Guite Nemthianngai and Ghosh Samik. 2015. Recognition of Women Farmers at State Level through Institutional Strengthening and Advocacy: Learning from Evaluation Study in Uttar Pradesh, in Brahmachari Aniruddha, Agrawal Rashmi, Ghosh Samik and Bohidar Nabesh (Eds), Evaluations for Sustainable Development: Experiences and Learning, Daya Publishing House, a division of Astral International Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India. ISBN 978-93-5124-611-4
- “Addressing Issues of Malnutrition in Children through Public Nutrition using Local Resources of Agriculture and Land Use: Evidence from the Field Based Evaluation Study in Uttar Pradesh” in Indian Journal of Community Health, Vol. 26, Supp. 02, December, 2014, Pp. 234-244. ISSN PRINT: 0971-7587; ISSN ONLINE: 2248-9509
- “Awareness and Preparedness Regarding Disasters among Residents of An Urban Slum in Delhi”, Research and Reviews: A Journal of Medicine, Special Issue, 2013, pp. 63-66 ISSN: 2249 – 8648.
- “International Protocol and Indigenous Knowledge on Medicine and Health care: An Overview”, The Asian Man – An International Journal, Volume 4, Issue 1 (January-June), 2010, Pp. 1-12. ISSN PRINT: 0974-6366; ISSN ONLINE: 0975-6884
- “Indigenous Medicinal Substances and Health Care: A study among the Paite Tribe of Manipur”, Studies of Tribes and Tribal Societies, Vol. 4, No.2, 2006. pp. 99-108. ISSN PRINT: 0972-639X.