'Shyam' Institute

Population and Development Studies Series

2015

  • Fertility transition in India 1991-2011. Dimensions of birth planning and birth limitation. No. 15-01

  • Demographic regimes in rural India. An analysis of 2011 population census. No. 15-02

  • Human development in villages and municipal wards of Gujarat. No. 15-03

  • Child immunisation in Madhya Pradesh. Evidence from monther and child tracking system. No. 15-04

  • Child education in Gujarat. No. 15-05

  • Child marriage in Gujarat. No. 15-06

  • Child nutrition in Gujarat. No. 15-07

  • Child survival in Gujarat. No. 15-08

  • Future population growth in India. No. 15-09

2014

  • Gender balance in Gujarat: An analysis of Primary Census Abstract 2011. No. 14-01

  • Human development in Madhya Pradesh: Evidence from 2011 population census. No. 14-02

  • Gender balance in villages of Gujarat. No. 14-03

  • Progress towards Millennium Development Goals in Gujarat. No. 14-04.

  • Relationship among anthropometric indicators of child nutrition with application to India. No. 14-05

2013

  • Transition in age pattern of marital fertility in India: 1985-2007. No. 13-01

  • Madhya Pradesh: Health and mortality transition. No. 13-02

  • Forty years of planned family planning efforts in India. No. 13-03

  • Evaluation of India's family planning efforts through policy perspective. No. 13-04

  • Size, structure and growth of workforce in Gujarat. No. 13-05

  • Fifty years of economic growth in Gujarat. No. 13-06

  • Workers in villages of Gujarat. No. 13-07

  • Urbanisation in Gujarat. Past tends future prospects. No. 13-08

2012

  • Assessment of district health system performance in India. No. 12-01

  • Tracking outcomes for women and children. No. 12-02

  • Strengthening statistical information system in the context of social and economic development. No. 12-03

  • Human development in Gujarat. No. 12-04

  • Urbanisation in Gujarat. No. 12-05

  • Economic growth in Gujarat: 50 years perspective. No. 12-06

2011

  • Birth rate trends in India: 1985-2007. No. 11-10

  • Population transition in China and India: 1950-2010. No. 11-09

  • The challenge of under nutrition in India: A reassessment. No. 11-08

  • Social class and residence disparities in human development in India. No. 11-07

  • Demographic diversity in districts of India. Evidence from the provisional results of 2011 population census. No. 11-06

  • Inter-State net migration in India during 2001-2011. Evidence from the provisional results of 2011 population census. No. 11-05

  • Population, health and development in Madhya Pradesh, India. No. 11-04

  • Living conditions and health status of Scheduled Tribes in India: Evidence from DLHS 2007-08. No. 11-03

  • Population growth in India during 2001-2011. Analysis of provisional results of 2011 population census. No. 11-02

  • Fertility transition in districts of India. No. 11-01

2010

  • Policy options for population stabilisation in India. No. 10-04

  • Data for development policy, planning and evaluation. No. 10-03

  • Transition in the age pattern of marital fertility in India: 1985-2007. No. 10-02

  • Progress towards child survival in India: 1971-2005. No. 10-01

2009

  • Population in India's development. No. 09-05

  • Child deprivation in Madhya Pradesh. No. 09-04

  • Progress towards child survival over two decades in Madhya Pradesh, India: 1981-2001. No. 09-03

  • Review of management information system of national flagship programmes in Guna and Shivpuri districts. No. 09-02

  • National Rural Health Mission. Improved monitoring and evaluation for programme planning and service delivery. No. 09-01

2008

  • Mortality transition in India: 1975-2007. No. 08-04

  • Women and children in Guna and Shivpuri districts. A situation analysis 2006. No. 08-03

  • The contents of population stabilisation efforts in Madhya Pradesh. No. 08-02

  • Evolution of population and health policies in India. No. 08-01

2007

  • Population and health scenario in Tamil Nadu. No. 07-05

  • The rationale for two child norm. No. 07-04

  • Population and health scenario in Maharashtra, India. No. 07-03

  • Trends in world population growth. No. 07-02

  • Health management information system. No. 07-01

2006

  • Population stabilisation in Madhya Pradesh, India. No. 06-06

  • Meeting the health needs of urban poor. The urban health challenge in Madhya Pradesh. No. 06-05

  • Mortality transition in urban India: 1970-2002. No. 06-04

  • Birth registration in Madhya Pradesh, India. No. 06-03

  • Deprivation in urban India: Evidence from 2001 population census. No. 06-02

  • The quality of population in Madhya Pradesh. No. 06-01

2005

  • Economic growth and human development in Madhya Pradesh. No. 05-07

  • Public-Private partnerships in health: Contexts and contents. No. 05-06

  • Health and nutritional status of tribal population in two districts of Maharashtra. No. 05-04

  • The age and sex structure of tribal population in central India. No. 05-03

  • Population aging in Madhya Pradesh. No. 05-02

  • The age and sex distribution of the population of Madhya Pradesh: 1961-2001. No. 05-01

2004

  • Maternal health in India. No. 04-06

  • Maternal mortality in Madhya Pradesh, India. No. 04-05

  • Universalizing availability of emergency obstetric care services. No. 04-04

  • The role of obstetric care practitioner in the management of obstetric emergencies. No. 04-03

  • Obstetric care in Central India. No. 04-02

  • Obstetric risk in Central India. No. 04-01

2003

  • Strategic options for population stabilization in Madhya Pradesh. No. 03-05

  • Population projections for Madhya Pradesh. No. 03-04

  • Birth rate trends in Madhya Pradesh. No. 03-03

  • Policy environment of population stabilization efforts in Madhya Pradesh. No. 03-02

  • Life tables for the districts of Madhya Pradesh. No. 03-01

2002

  • Analysis of micro-level data on fertility in Madhya Pradesh. No. 02-05

  • Fifth years of global population transition, 1950-2000. No. 02-04

  • Institutional context of fertility in Madhya Pradesh, India. No. 02-03

  • The state of population in Madhya Pradesh, India. No. 02-02

  • Health and nutritional status of tribal population in two districts of Madhya Pradesh, India. No. 02-01

2001

  • Infant deaths in India: 1971-2000. No. 01-03

  • 100 Years of population growth in Madhya Pradesh, India. No. 01-02

  • India: Population growth in the 1990s. No. 01-01

2000

  • A tool for measuring quality of care in maternity services. No. 00-07

  • The state of maternal health services in Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. No. 00-06

  • Child survival inequality in India. No. 00-05

  • Inter-district inequality in child survival in Madhya Pradesh, India. No. 00-04

  • Population and Social Development: Higher and technical education in India.
    No.
    00-03

  • The effect of institutional factors in contraceptive use in Madhya Pradesh, India. No. 00-02

  • The institutional context of fertility and reproductive health in Madhya Pradesh, India. No. 00-01

1999

  • Reinvigorating higher education in Madhya Pradesh. No. 80

  • Higher education in Madhya Pradesh. Strengthening educational planning and administration. No. 79

  • Making the state effective. The case of strengthening development research and information system. No. 78

  • Development of a communication plan for prevention and control of AIDS in Madhya Pradesh. No. 77

  • Programme for improving quality in higher education through enhanced teacher competence. No. 76

1998

  • National Family Welfare Programme in Madhya Pradesh. Moving away from demographic goals to individual needs. Signals of change. No. 75

  • Promoting information technology based higher education in Madhya Pradesh. No. 74

  • Management information system for Higher Education. Concepts, basic design, requirements. No. 73

  • The state of health in Madhya Pradesh. No. 72

  • Strengthening primary health care system in Madhya Pradesh. No. 71

1997

  • Madhya Pradesh population health and development atlas. No. 70

1996

  • Fertility transition in districts of Madhya Pradesh. No. 69

1995

  • Health seeking behaviour of Leprosy afflicted persons in Greater Gwalior. No. 68

  • Infant deaths in India. Estimates, trends, components. No. 67

1994

  • Prevalence of Vitamin 'A' in pregnant women and lactating mothers in rural areas of northern Madhya Pradesh. No 66

  • Improving quality of family planning services: A proposed plan of action. No. 65

  • Demographic transition in India, 1971-91. No. 64

  • Promoting community participation in health care delivery through Village Health Committees. No. 63

1993

  • Analysis of patterns and changes in labour force in Madhya Pradesh. No. 60

  • A monitoring system for family planning programme. No. 59

  • Population growth and social and economic development in Madhya Pradesh. No. 58

1992

  • An essay on population and consumption as they affect environment. No. 54

  • Prospects of fertility decline in India. No. 51

  • A comparative analysis of fertility transition in China and India. No. 49

  • Evolution of population policy in India. No. 48

1991

  • An analysis of the effect of sex and residence on childhood mortality in northern Madhya Pradesh. No. 43

  • An analysis of the linkages between demographic dynamics and socio-economic development in Madhya Pradesh. No. 42

  • Urbanization in Madhya Pradesh: Results of 1991 population census. No. 41

  • Determinants of fertility difference across the districts of Madhya Pradesh. No. 40

  • Age pattern of fertility in Madhya Pradesh. No. 39

  • Population growth in Madhya Pradesh during the 1980s. No. 38

  • Age patterns of fertility in India. No. 37

  • Population distribution in Madhya Pradesh: Levels, trends and differentials. No. 36

  • Fertility differentials across districts of Madhya Pradesh. No. 34

1990

  • Family formation and fertility pattern in Bundelkhand. No. 31

  • Status of women in India: Variation across states. No. 30

  • Demand and supply of food in India: 1950-2000. No. 29

  • Urbanization in India with special reference to Greater Bombay. No. 28

  • An analysis of demographic impact of contraception in India. No. 27

  • Contraceptive effect of breast feeding in India. No. 25

  • Experience of a community based diarrhoeal diseases control system. No. 24

1989

  • An analysis of inter-state variation in the efficiency of National Family Welfare Programme. No. 22

  • Population aging in Madhya Pradesh and its social and economic implications. No. 21

  • Mortality process and patterns in India during 1971-81. No. 20

  • Family welfare programme in India: The child survival context. No. 15

  • Impact of infant mortality on longevity in India. No. 13

1988

  • Child survival in Madhya Pradesh. No. 9

1987

  • Health care in India: Problems of scarcity and choice. No. 7

  • Levels, trends and projections of urban population in Madhya Pradesh: 1901-2001. No. 6

1986

  • Contraceptive effect of breast feeding in developing countries. No. 3

  • Contraceptive methods responsible for international variations in rural-urban differentials in contraceptive use. No. 2