Dilip Chandra Nath

Dilip C Nath

Department of Statistics
Gauhati University
Guwahati 781 014, Assam, India.

Phone : +91-9435144485

Email dilipnath@gauhati.ac.in

  • Demography, Applied Sampling
  • Biostatistics
  • Actuarial Statistics
  • Probability
  • Inference
  • Biostatistics
  • Actuarial Statistics
  • Demography

  1. The Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship, Year: 1991-93, Awarding Organisation: The Rockefeller Foundation, New York, USA
  2. The Andrew W Mellon Fellowship, Year: 1997-98, Awarding Organisation: The Andrew W Mellon, New York, USA
  3. UGC-BSR Grant, Year: 2015-17, Awarding Organisation: UGC, New Delhi

Journal Publications
  1. Bhattacharya B N, Barman D, Singh K K, and Nath D C, A parity dependent model for number of births, Health and Population Perspectives and Issues 5(4), 231-243 (1982)
  2. Bhattacharya B N and Nath D C, A probability model for number of births and its application in estimation of fecundability for a heterogeneous population, Janasamkhya 1(2), 163-171 (1983)
  3. Bhattacharya B N and Nath D C, Estimation of fecundability when the population consists of two distinct groups, Journal of Indian Statistical Association 22, 81-92 1984)
  4. Bhattacharya B N and Nath D C, An extension of parity dependent model and estimation of fecundability, Mathematical BioSciences (USA) 7-1(2), 201-216 (1984)
  5. Bhattacharya B N and Nath D C, Desired family size- parity dependent model and its application, Janasamkhya III (2), 9-27 (1985)
  6. Bhattacharya B N and Nath D C, On some bivariate probability distributions of number of births, Sankhya B 48(3), 372-384 (1985)
  7. Bhattachya B N and Nath D C, Analytical models for number of births - a review, Janasamkhya 4(2), 147-160 (1986)
  8. Nath D C, Multiregional two sex population model, Janasamkhya V (l), 33-40 (1987)
  9. Bhattacharya B N and Nath D C, A note on Brass's model for the distribution of births in human population, Janasamkhya V (2), 103-109 (1987)
  10. Bhattacharya B N and Nath D C, Probability distributions of number of births and their application, Janasamkhya V (2), 73-88 (1987)
  11. Nath D C and Choudhury L, A comparative study of the life tables of Assam, Kerala and India, 1980, Janasamkhya 8 (2), 143-156 (1990)
  12. Nath D C and Goswami G, A comparative analysis of status of women amongst seven states of North Eastern India, Health and Population: Perspective and Issues 14 (1 & 2), 65-74 (1991)
  13. Nath D C and Talukdar P K, Household structure and family pattern of a traditional society, Janasamkhya IX (l), 61-73 (1991)
  14. Nath D C and Datta J, An alternative to two sex multiregional model, Genus XLVIII (1-2), 124-131 (1992)
  15. Nath D C, Land K C, and Talukdar P K, A model that fits female age at marriage of a traditional Indian society, Janasamkhya X (2), 53-59 (1992)
  16. Nath D C, Singh K K, Land K C, and Talukdar P K, Breast feeding and postpartum amenorrhea in a traditional society: a hazards model analysis, Social Biology 40 Sp-Su, 74-86 (1993)
  17. Nath D C, Singh K K, Land K C, and Talukdar P K, Age of marriage and length of the first birth interval in a traditional Indian society: life table and hazards model analysis, Human Biology 65 (5), 783-797 (1993)

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