School of Social and Political Science

Dr Dhaneswar Bhoi

Job Title

Post-Doctoral Fellow at Centre for South Asian Studies

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3.14-B

Building (Address)

Chrystal Macmillan Building

Street (Address)

15a George Square

City (Address)

Edinburgh

Country (Address)

United Kingdom, Monday to Friday

Post code (Address)

EH8 9LD

Research interests

Research interests

  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
  • Sociology of Education, Caste and Social Stratification
  • Cultural and Social Anthropology
  • Educational Policy, Planning, Administration and Assessment
  • Experiences of Dalits to access Education/Higher Education 
  • Caste Based Psycho-social and Psycho-emotional Experiences 
  • Marginalisation, Disadvantages and Public Policy in Social Transformation
  • Public Policy and Educational Experiences of Diverse Social in UK and India
  • Life, Education and Experiences of Tribes in India
  • Neo-liberal Discourse, Educational Privatisation and Dalits in India
  • Caste and Racial Experiences of Students at Higher Education

Background

Background in Authors ID 

  1. ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2614-9930 
  2. PUBLONS ID: https://publons.com/researcher/3175714/dhaneswar-bhoi/ 
  3. SCOPUS AUTHOR ID: 57224075030

Overall Academic Background:

A Post-Doctoral Fellow and Teaches in Tutorial Classes at Centre for South Asian Studies, School of Social and Political Science, the University of Edinburgh (UoE), UK. He has studied Public Policy Course from Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, University of Virginia, USA and studied Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Course at the University of Michigan, USA. He has also studied Research Methods Course at the School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS) University of London, UK

Editorial Credits

Currently, Associate editor of 'Journal of the World Universities Forum,' USA, reviewer for 'Educational Research for Policy and Practice,' Springer Nature, Singapore of Springer Nature Switzerland AG; Reviewer for the 'International Sociology,' Sage, USA, 'Sociology Study,' USA. 'Education Sciences', MDPI Journals; 'Sustainability' MDPI Journals and  for the ‘Politics, Groups, and Identities’,  Routledge, Taylor & Francis, London, United Kingdom. Also a reviewer for a book manuscript "Caste, City and the Everyday: Negotiating the Urban" of Springer Nature, Chennai, India.

Academic Visit: Dr. Bhoi has made academic visits to various countries like, Sweden, Germany, Argentina, USA, Canada, Japan, United Kingdom, Austria, Denmark, Belgium and The Netherlands. 

Works: Before joining UoE, he worked extensively with in the field of Policy, Research and Teaching; policy bodies like Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment (MSJE)Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD)National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration (NIEPA) and National Council for Educational Research and Training (NCERT), New Delhi; Indian Social Institute, New Delhi and at Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai.

Major published work: Having published thirty articles in different Scopus Indexed & Peer Reviewed national and international journals and edited books, Dr. Bhoi has also presented more than sixty research papers at different conferences/seminars worldwide. Also, he has participated more than twenty-five academic workshops/orientation programmes. Importantly, he has drafted eight different national and state reports on ‘education equity issues and pathways. His most recent article " Marginality, Educational Opportunity and Access to Higher Education: Experiences of Scheduled Caste and Tribe Students in India" can be found is at;(https://doi.org/10.1177/2455328X221129453).

Interests: His broadly lie on Marginalisation; Educational Equity, Access & Inclusion; Experiences of Dalits and Tribes to live in life, social & education in India; Dalit Access to Neo-liberalisation & Privatisation; Caste and Racial Experiences of Students in India and United Kingdom; Public Policy and Social Welfare interventions in aiming Utilitarianism.

Academic Qualifications

He holds PhD in Social Science from Centre for Social Justice and Governance, School of Social Science, Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai, India. He holds his M.Phil from Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar National Institute of Social Sciences, Mhow, India. He studied Master Degree in Sociology from Jesus and Mary College, University of Delhi, New Delhi; and, in Education from  Ravenshaw University, Cuttack, India. In addition to it, he has also earned his qualification in various courses like; Public Policy Course from Frank Batten School of Leadership and  Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, University of Virginia, USA , USA and studied Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Course at the University of Michigan, USA. He has also studied Research Methods Course at the  School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS) University of London, UK

Books

1. Co-editing a book with Hugo Gorringe on "Caste in Everyday Life: Experience and Affect in Indian Society" [Received Positive Feedbacks for Forth Coming Publication].

2."Idea of Justice and the Journey of Marginalised: Policy Delivery and their Access to Education" [Accepted, Forth Coming Publication].

3. "Experiences of Dalits in Higher Education: State and Social Responses" [Working on as Post Doctoral Work, for Forth Coming Book].

4. "Educational Privatisation and Higher Education: A Space for the Dalits" [Working on for Forth Coming Book].

    Recent Major Publications in Journals & Edited Books

    Bhoi, D., Lakra, N. R. 2022. 'Marginality, Educational Opportunity and Access to Higher Education: Experiences of Scheduled Caste and Tribe Students in India',  Contemporary Voice of Dalit, Sage, OnlineFirst 20th October, 2022:1-17.

    Bhoi, D. 2022. Economic Growth, Development and Education of Scheduled Castes: Line Drawn from Neoliberal Era', Contemporary Voice of Dalit, Sage, OnlineFirst 13th February, 2022:1-17.

    Bhoi, D.  2021. 'Constitution and Upholding Integration: A Journey from Depressed Class to Affirming Scheduled Status', D. Singh (ed.)  Nationalism in the Constitution of India. New Delhi: Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, New Delhi, pp. 63-80.

    Bhoi, D. 2021.'Scheduled Caste students in higher education and the National Fellowship: Educational inclusion, socio-economic and political mobility', Social Inclusion of Marginalised in India: State Policies and Challenges. Y. S. Sisodia, & T. K. Dalapati (eds.) New Delhi: Rawat Publisher, pp. 180-198.

    Bhoi, D. & Lakra, N. R. 2020. 'Atrocities and Dalits in India: Demand for Justice through Critical Consciousness in Academia', Atrocities on Dalits in Contemporary India. R. R. Jare & D. Abnave (eds.) Jaipur: Manas Publishers, pp. 68-85.

    Bhoi, D. 2020. 'Living Conditions, Learning Status and Educational Performance of Tribal Students', Tribal Development in India: Challenges and Prospects in Tribal Education. In R. R.  Patil (ed.) New Delhi: Sage, New Delhi, pp. 72-84.

    Bhoi, D. 2020. 'New Education Policy 2020: A review of inclusivity in school education',  Social Justice Message (Samajik Naya Sandesh) 16, 10, pp. 56-60.

    Bhoi, D. Lakra, N. R. 2019. 'Social Diversity, Inequality, Academic Competence and Struggle for Equity in Higher Education: An Attempt to Heard Voices of Dalits Torment in South Asia', in D. Parimala (ed.) Higher Education in South Asia: Challenges and Possibilities. New Delhi: Kanishka Publisher, Vol. 2. pp. 347-361.

    Bhoi, D. & Lakra, N. R. 2019. 'Post liberalization, Dalits and large-scale industry: Experiences of labour who migrated from Coastal Odisha to other parts of India', in D.  Fernandes & P. O Martin Labour (eds.) Migration in the Post Liberalization Era. Bangalore: ISPCK & CISRS Publisher, pp. 205-223.

    Jojo, B. & Bhoi, D. 2018. 'Scheduled Tribe children and their educational accessibility: Evidences from Maharashtra School Education', Indian Journal of Dalit And Tribal Studies and Action, 3 (2): 1-20.

    Bhoi, D. & Lakra, N. R. 2017. 'Educational attainment among the Scheduled Tribes in India: An analysis of policies, pedagogy and practices', Social Action, 67 (3): 280-301.

    Bhoi, D. 2016. 'Changing impact of globalisation in India: Economic growth and knowledge economy in social development', in Christ Institute of Management (ed.)  Global Business and Innovation Management: Trends and Competitiveness. New Delhi: Bharti Publication, pp. 328-336.

    Bhoi, D. 2016. 'Participation and success of Scheduled Castes in higher education: A neoliberal discourse on Indian experience',  3rd ISA Forum of Sociology-Book of Abstracts, 3:87-88.

    Bhoi, D. 2015. 'Psycho Social experiences of Scheduled Caste Students at Higher Education Level in India', The International Social Psychologist, 1 (1):08-08.

    Bhoi, D. 2014. 'Searching gender equity in educational attainment at higher education level among the Scheduled Castes of Orissa', in  N. S. C. Momin & Madhusudan J. V. (eds.) Prospects and Issues Concerning Education at Secondary Level, Jaipur: Manas Publishers & Distributors, pp. 399-425.

    Bhoi, D. 2013. 'Educational privatisation and access to higher education: Experiences of Scheduled Caste students in Odisha', Social Change . 43 (3):341-363.

    All publications can be found in ink; (https://www.research.ed.ac.uk/en/persons/dhaneswar-bhoi/publications/).

    Conference, Workshop Organised/ing

    1. Caste, Social Psyche and Humiliation at Higher Education”, to be held on June 25th -1st July 2023 at ISA WORLD CONGRESS OF SOCIOLOGY, Melbourne, Australia [Session Chair with Neelima Rashmi Lakra].
    2. Dalit Representation in Culture and Politics” in Work in Progress Workshop  at Centre for South Asian Studies, University of Edinburgh, UK, 10th June 2022 (Session Chair).
    3. Culture, Justice and Freedom from Caste in South Asian Context”, March 31, 2022, University of Southampton, Southampton, The British Association for South Asian Studies, United Kingdom, 29th  March to 2nd  April 2022, (Session Chair).
    4. Caste in Everyday Life an Academic Workshop organised by Dhaneswar Bhoi & Hugo Gorringe, 18 Oct 2021 → 19 Oct 2021.

     National Policy Consultancy and Advisory Role

    1. Policy Consultant, New Education Policy Draft Report Input Discussion Work at Ministry of Human Resource Development, Policy Norm Section, Policy Division, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi. Since September 2018.

    2. Session chaired thematised as ‘Language, Diversity, Culture and Identity’ in National Seminar on ‘Tribal Situations with Special Reference to Eastern India’ organised by Department of Anthropology, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, 28th -30th March 2018.

    3. Team Policy Expert, Ministry of Human Resource Development Consultation Workshop, New Education Policy 2015 on Bridging Gender and Social Gaps [SCs, STs, OBCs & Higher Education], 24th August 2015 at Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Hyderabad.

    4. Organised a National Workshop on ‘Violence against Dalit Women: Role of Media and Dalit Women’s Literature’, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, 21st and 22nd June 2014 [Organised the Workshop as Research Associate with Prof. Bipin Jojo on behalf of Centre for Social Justice and Governance, TISS, Mumbai

    5. Co-ordinate an Advisory Committee (AC) meeting for   the study “Educational Status of Schedule Tribes in Maharashtra: Attainments and Challenges”, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, 18th Feb 2013, [Co-ordinate the meeting on behalf of Centre for Social Justice and Governance, TISS, Mumbai as part of National Study on Educational Status of Scheduled Tribes in India].

    Work Experience & Teaching

    1. Researcher and Policy Analyst,  Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment (MSJE), Government of India, New Delhi, January-December 2020.
    2. Consultant in Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya National Mission for Teacher and Teaching, Policy Division, Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), New Delhi, Sept. 2018- December 2019.
    3. Social Scientist, Department of Dalit Studies, Indian Social Institute, New Delhi (United Nations Consultives of Economic and Social Council), 2018.
    4. Consultant,Educational Survey Division, National Council of Educational Research and Training, New Delhi, February 2017-Mach 2018. 
    5. Consultant, National Centre for School Leadership, National University of Educational Planning and Administration, New Delhi, 2016.
    6. Research Associate, Centre for Social Justice and Governance, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, 2011-2016.
    7. Teaches at Centre for Studies in Sociology of Education, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, & Delhi University, New Delhi, Utkal University, Odisha, Baisimauza College, Puran, Since 2006 to date Joined University of Edinburgh, UK.

    Awards and Grants

    1. Dr. Ambedkar International Centre Fellow Award, Government of India, 2020-2022.
    2. International Conference Grant, International Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, The Netherland, 2017.
    3. International Conference Grant, Indian Council of Social Science Research, New Delhi, 2016.
    4. Roskilde University Conference Grant, Roskilde University, Roskilde, Denmark, 2016.
    5. Dr. Ambedkar Foundation’s Study Tour to UK (London School of Economic) &USA (Columbia University), University Grant Commission, New Delhi [selected], 2015-16.
    6. International Conference Grant, Tata Institute of Social Science, Mumbai, 2015.
    7. International Conference Grant, International Sociological Association, Madrid, Spain, 2010.
    8. International Conference Grant, Indian Council of Social Science Research, New Delhi, 2010.

    Membership in Professional Bodies

    1. Member in ‘International Sociological Association’ & Research Committee (RC)-04, 'Sociology of Education'; RC-42 ‘Social Psychology’ Madrid, Spain. Membership No.70882.
    2. Member in 14th Development Dialogue, International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) Erasmus University, The Hague, The Netherlands.
    3. Lifetime Member in ‘Comparative Education Society of India’, Affiliated to World Council of Comparative Education Societies, Hosting Provided University of Wollongong, Australia Membership No. CESI/LM/47.
    4. Member in Academy of Business and Retail Management, Middlesex, United Kingdom.
    5. Member in Indian Academy of Social Sciences (Education) in XXXIII Indian Social Science Congress, Allahabad, India.

    Paper Presented at the Conference

    (More than sixty papers have been presented and recent twenty-five papers are given here)

    1. ‘Culture of Humiliation: Contestation of Indian Experiences in Social Reciprocation Culture’, in  Justice and Freedom from Caste in South Asian Context, March 31, 2022, University of Southampton, Southampton, The British Association for South Asian Studies, United Kingdom, 29th March to 2nd April 2022.
    2. ‘Caste, Experience and Psycho-emotional Feelings of Dalits in Higher Education,’ in Caste in Everyday Life, University of Edinburgh, UK. 18th and 19th October 2021.
    3. ‘Caste and Higher Education: Experiences of Dalit Students in India’ in Dalit and Anti-Caste Thought and Politics, University of Edinburgh, UK, 16th July 2021.
    4. ‘Caste and Higher Education: Experiences of Dalit Students in India’ in Work in Progress Workshop, University of Edinburgh, UK, 20th May 2021.
    5. Cultural Repression, Caste in Educational Sphere and Psycho-SocialExperiences: Sociological Interpretation from DalitNarrations in India, XIX World Congress of Sociology, on ‘Power, Violence and Justice: Reflections, Responses and Responsibilities (Social Psychological Perspectives on Inequality),’ Toronto, Canada, July 15th-21st 2018, Organised by International Sociological Association, Spain.
    6. One Step Ahead and Two Steps Backward in Policy Implication: Experiences of Tribal Children’s at Ashram Schools in Odisha, National Seminar on ‘Tribal Situations with Special Reference to Eastern India’ (Dimond Jubilee Celebration of Anthropology Department, 1958-2018 and Platinum Jubilee Celebration of Utkal University, 1943-2018), organised by Department of Anthropology, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, 28th-30th March 2018.
    7. Idea of Nation States and Social Justice, Affirmation Vs. Access: Evidences from the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in India,National Seminar on ‘The Viability of The Nation State: Issues and Challenges’, Centre for Multi-disciplinary Development Research (CMDR), 13th -14th November, 2017.
    8. Economic Growth, Development of Scheduled Castes and their Education: Line Drawn from Neo-liberal Indian Experiences,14th Development Dialogue on “Do we need to grow? Problematizing Growth Economy in Development”, International Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, 21st-22nd November 2016.Organised by International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) Eraumus University, The Hague, The Netherlands.
    9. Participation and Success of Scheduled Castes in Higher Education: A Neoliberal Discourse on Indian Experience, 3rd, ISA Forum on “The Future we Want: Global Sociology and the Struggle for Better World”, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria, 10th -14th July 2016,Organised by International Sociological Association, Spain.
    10. Critical Race Theory, Caste, Tribe and Marginality: A study of Students Caste and Tribes Experiences in Higher Education, The Critical Edge Alliance Conference – Innovative and Critical Approaches to Higher Education in the 21st Century.Roskilde University, Roskilde, Copenhagen, Denmark, 22nd –24th June 2016. Organised by Roskilde University, Roskilde, Denmark.
    11. Social Justice and Castes Discrimination: Experiences of Scheduled Castes Students in India, 18th International Conference on Social Justice, Social Justice Forum, London, United Kingdom, 18th -19th, January, 2016.
    12. Psycho-Social Experiences of Scheduled Caste Students at Higher Education Level in India, XVIII World Congress of Sociology, on ‘Facing Unequal World: Challenges for Global Sociology (Social Justice),’ Yokohama, Japan, 13th -19th (17th) July 2014,Organised by International Sociological Association, Spain
    13. Issues of Atrocity and Discrimination Against the Dalits: A Study of Students Protest at the Premier Indian Educational Institutions, XVIII World Congress of Sociology, on ‘Facing unequal World: Challenges for Global Sociology (Beyond Race: Theoretical, Methodological, and Empirical Contributions to the Study of Discrimination),’ Yokohama, Japan, 13th -19th (16th) July 2014 (with Neelima Rashmi Lakra) Organised by International Sociological Association, Spain.
    14. Sensory Experiences of Discrimination and the Social Justice: Evidences from Dalit Students at Higher Education Level in India, Second ISA Forum of Sociology, on ‘Social Justice and Democratisation (Senses and Society)’, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1st - 4th August 2012.Organised by International Sociological Association, Spain.
    15. Issues of Atrocity Against the Dalits: A Study of Students, International Conference on ‘Conflict, Social Movements and Social Change: Theory and Practice’, Department of Sociology, University of Massachusetts, Boston MA, USA, April 18th& 19th 2012.
    16. Globalization and Socio-Educational Inequalities at Higher Education Level in India, XVII ISA World Congress of Sociology on 'Sociology on the Move', Gothenburg, Sweden, 11th -17th July 2010, organised by International Sociological Association, Madrid, Spain.
    17. Welfare in Contemporary Educational Discourses and Marginal Communities in Neoliberal Area: Evidences from Dalit Narrations. Eighth Annual International CESI Conference titled 'Criticality, Empathy and Welfare in Contemporary Educational Discourses', University of Jammu, Jammu, 16th -18th November 2017.
    18. Role of Information and Communication in Access to Higher Education: Academic Experiences from Scheduled Caste Students to Avail National Fellowships. Eighth AnnualInternational CESI Conference titled 'Criticality, Empathy and Welfare in Contemporary Educational Discourses', University of Jammu, Jammu, 16th -18th November 2017.
    19. Globalisation, Democratisation of Higher Education and Attainment and Performance of Scheduled Caste Students: With the Prospective of Socio-Educational Inequality in India. 3rd Critical Edge Alliance (CEA) International Conference on Higher Education for the 21st century: Innovations in University- Society Partnerships, 21st- 23rd September 2017 organised by Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai.
    20. Scheduled Caste Students in Higher Education and the National Fellowship: Educational Inclusion, Socio-economic and Political Mobility, National Seminar on ‘Efficacy of Government Programmes on Socio-Economic and Political Inclusion of SC/ST/OBC and Economically Backward Sections’, M.P. Institute of Social Science Research, Ujjain, 26-27, October, 2017.
    21. Educational Development and Muslims: Issues Pertaining to Accessibility of Higher Education in India. National Seminar on Higher Educational Policies for Minorities: Problems and Prospects, SALVATION, New Delhi, 7th-8th October 2017.
    22. Development, Economic Growth and Marginal Communities in Neoliberal Challenges: Evidence from Margins in Establishing Equity. 22nd Biennial Conference of Association of Indian Economics and Financial Studies (AIEFS), 31st July-1st August 2017 organised by Nabakrushna Choudhury Centre for Development Studies, Bhubaneswar (with Neelima Rashmi Lakra).
    23. Globalization, Social Communities, Social Development and Higher Education: Theory, Approach and Practices. International Conference on South-to-South FDI, Indian Institute of Management, Indore, 20th -23rd April 2016 organised by Academy of International Business, Michigan State University, Michigan, USA.
    24. Changing Impact of Globalisation in India: Economic Growth and Knowledge Economy in Social Development. International Conference onGlobal Business and Innovation Management: Trends and Competitiveness, Rajkot, Gujarat, 22nd -23rd January 2016 organised by Christ Institute of Management and Christ College, Rajkot.
    25. Remapping Sustainable Educational Development in the Global Economy with the Emergence of Private Stakeholders in India,International Conference on ‘The Restructuring of the GlobalEconomy (ROGE)’, Pune, India,1st & 2nd February 2011, organised by Academy of Business and Retail Management, Harrow, Middlesex, United Kingdom.
    26. Psycho‐Social Experiences of Scheduled Caste Students at Higher Education Level in India, ‘Global Conclave of Young Scholars of Indian Education’, Indian Habitat Centre, New Delhi, 27th -29th January 2011, organised by National University of Educational Planning and Administration, New Delhi.
    27. Scheduled Castes and the Accessibility of Higher Education in the Plinth of Privatised Education in Orissa, International Conference on ‘Globalisation, Educational Change and  Reforms: Comparative Perspective’, Zakir Husain Centre for Educational Studies, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, 15th -17th Nov. 2010, organised by Comparative Education Society of India, Affiliated to World Council of Comparative Education Societies, Hosting Provided University of Wollongong, Australia.
    28. Inclusive Education and Stability in Economic Growth of India in the Era of Knowledge Economy, International Conference on ‘Economics and Finance’, IBS Bangalore, 7th & 8th Jan 2010.

    Teaching interests

    • Sociology of Education
    • Social Psychology and wellbeing
    • Caste, Culture and Social System 
    • Social Movements and Caste Consciousnesses 
    • Research Methods: Qualitative, Quantitative & Mixed Method Approaches
    • Tribal Studies, Cultural & Social Anthropology
    • Ambedkar's Thoughts and Philosophy
    • Developmental Economics and Inclusive Growth
    • Neo-liberal Discourse and Privatisation
    • Public Policy and Social Empowerment
    • Educational Policy, Planning and Administration

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    Bhoi D, Lakra NR. Marginality, educational opportunity and access to higher education: Experiences of scheduled caste and tribe students in India. Contemporary Voice of Dalit. 2022 Oct 20;1-17. https://doi.org/10.1177/2455328X221129453
    Bhoi D. Economic growth, development and education of Scheduled Castes: Line drawn from neoliberal era. Contemporary Voice of Dalit. 2022 Feb 13;1-17. https://doi.org/10.1177/2455328X211073207
    Bhoi D. Constitution and Upholding Integration: A Journey from Depressed Class to Affirming Scheduled Status. In Singh D, editor, Nationalism in the Constitution of India. New Delhi: Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, New Delhi. 2021. p. 63-80
    Singh D, Bhoi D. Article 370, Ambedkar and National Integration: The Constituent Assembly Discourse. In Singh D, editor, Nationalism in the Constitution of India. New Delhi: Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, New Delhi. 2021. p. 91-105
    Bhoi D. Scheduled Caste students in higher education and the National Fellowship: Educational inclusion, socio-economic and political mobility. In Sisodia YS, Dalapati TK, editors, Social Inclusion of Marginalised in India: State Policies and Challenges. New Delhi: Rawat Publisher. 2021. p. 180-198
    Bhoi D. New Education Policy 2020: A review of inclusivity in school education. Social Justice Message (Samajik Naya Sandesh). 2020 Nov 7;16(10):56-60.
    Bhoi D. Living Conditions, Learning Status and Educational Performance of Tribal Students. In Patil RR, editor, Tribal Development in India: Challenges and Prospects in Tribal Education. 1 ed. New Delhi: Sage, New Delhi. 2020. p. 72-84
    Bhoi D, Lakra NR. Social Diversity, Inequality, Academic Competence and Struggle for Equity in Higher Education: An Attempt to Heard Voices of Dalits Torment in South Asia. In Parimala D, editor, Higher Education in South Asia: Challenges and Possibilities. 1 ed. Vol. 2. New Delhi: Kanishka Publisher. 2020. p. 347-361
    Bhoi D, Lakra NR. Atrocities and Dalits in India: Demand for Justice through Critical Consciousness in Academia. In Jare R, Abnave D, editors, Atrocities on Dalits in Contemporary India. Jaipur: Manas Publishers. 2020. p. 68-85
    Bhoi D, Lakra NR. Post liberalization, Dalits and large-scale industry: Experiences of labour who migrated from Coastal Odisha to other parts of India. In Fernandes D, Martin PO, editors, Labour Migration in the Post Liberalization Era. Bangalore: ISPCK & CISRS Publisher. 2019. p. 205-223
    Jojo B, Bhoi D. Scheduled Tribe children and their educational accessibility: Evidences from Maharashtra School Education. Indian Journal of Dalit And Tribal Studies and Action. 2018 Aug 4;3(2):1-20. 1.
    Bhoi D. Cultural repression, caste in educational sphere and psycho-social experiences: Sociological interpretation from Dalit narrations in India. 2018. Abstract from XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology
    , Toronto, Canada.
    Bhoi D, Lakra NR. Educational attainment among the Scheduled Tribes in India: An analysis of policies, pedagogy and practices. Social Action. 2017 Sep 30;67(3):280-301.
    Bhoi D. Changing impact of globalisation in India: Economic growth and knowledge economy in social development. In CIOM, editor, Global Business and Innovation Management: Trends and Competitiveness. New Delhi: Bharti Publication. 2016. p. 328-336
    Bhoi D. Participation and success of Scheduled Castes in higher education: A neoliberal discourse on Indian experience. 2016. Abstract from Third ISA Forum of Sociology, Vienna, Austria.
    Bhoi D. Social justice and castes discrimination: Experiences of Scheduled Castes students in India. International Journal of Law and Political Sciences. 2016 Jan 19;10(1).
    Bhoi D. Psycho-social experiences of Scheduled Caste students at higher education level in India. 2014. Abstract from XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology, Yokohama, Japan.
    Lakra NR, Bhoi D. Issues of atrocity and discrimination against the Dalits: A study of students protest at the premier Indian educational institutions. 2014. Abstract from XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology, Yokohama, Japan.
    Bhoi D. Searching gender equity in educational attainment at higher education level among the Scheduled Castes of Orissa. In Momin NSC, J. V. M, editors, Prospects and Issues Concerning Education at Secondary Level. Jaipur: Manas Publishers & Distributors. 2014. p. 399-425
    Bhoi D. Educational privatisation and access to higher education: Experiences of Scheduled Caste students in Odisha. Social Change . 2013 Sep 4;43(3):341-363. https://doi.org/10.1177/0049085713494289
    Bhoi D. Remapping sustainable educational development in the global economy with the emergence of private stakeholders in India. Open Access Scientific Reports. 2013 Mar 28;2(3):2-6. 673.
    Bhoi D. Economic growth vs. higher education: Educational accessibility of marginalized communities in India. The FedUni Journal of Higher Education. 2011 Nov 30;6(4):7-30.
    Sahoo JR, Bhoi D. Educational policy, social context and the development of Scheduled Tribe children in India. In Tripathy SN, editor, Education for the Excluded Children. New Delhi: Abhijeet. 2011. p. 212-233
    Bhoi D. Globalization and socio-educational inequalities: A study of privatization of higher education in India. Sociology Study. 2011 Jul 31;1(2):121-142.
    Bhoi D. Educational development of Muslims in Maharashtra: Analysis from policies, commissions and educational schemes in India. Indian Journal of Human Rights and Social Justice. 2010 Dec 31;5(1-2):291-301.
    Bhoi D. The quest of inclusion in Indian education compared to the growth rate of India. Asian Journal of International Law. 2010 Dec 31;5(1-2):1-20.
    Bhoi D. Educational exclusion and inclusive practices in higher education of India. In Tripathy SN, editor, Inclusive Policies and Removal of Social Disadvantage . New Delhi: Abhijeet. 2010. p. 192-211
    Bhoi D. Globalization and socio-educational inequalities at higher education level in India. 2010. Abstract from XVII ISA World Congress of Sociology, Gothenburg, Sweden.
    Bhoi D. How far education fuels Indian economy as a social institution to mobilise social capital in developmental process? Gumbad Business Review. 2010 Jun 30;5 (2):64-74.