Kedar Nath Singh Yadava

Professor
Ph D (BHU)
Contact Information:
(0542)-2575399 (R), 0542-6702899(O) Fax No. 91-542-2368174; Mobile No. 91-9415336336
Email Id:knsyadav@sify.com knsy_bhu@yahoo.com
 

 
Academic Qualifications:
S. No.DegreeInstitutionYear
1.B.Sc.Banaras Hindu University1970
2.M.Sc.Banaras Hindu University1972
3.Ph. D.Banaras Hindu University1977
 
 
Brief writeup on area of specialization/awards/achievements:
 

Demography/ Population Studies (migration, fertility, ageing, stable population theory)  
Awards:

  • 1986-88 The Rockefellor Foundation Fellowship Award in Population Sciences, USA
  • 1994 Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) Award of USA
  • 2000-01 Fellow of INSA-JSPS Bilateral Scientific Exchange Programme (between India and Japan)
  • 2006 Prayag Samman Award by SUCO (2006) for significant contribution in Higher Education
  • 2006 U.P. Ratan Award
  • 2007 Lifetime achievement Award in the area of Higher Education by the International Association of Educators for World Peace
  • 2006-07 member of State Council for Higher Education (UP), Lucknow
  • Member and/or Chairman in various visiting committee's of the UGC related to SAP, CAS, XIth Plan, etc.
  • Member of Board of Studies, Academic Council, Executive Council and Selection Committee's of several Universities/Institutions
Achievements:
(A) Position Held
  • 2005-08 Vice-Chancellor, UPRTOU, Allahabad
  • 1998-2001 Head, Department of Statistics, Banaras Hindu University 2001-2005 Co-ordinator, Science Faculty Hostels, Banaras Hindu University
(B) Visits Abroad
  • Australia (1986-88, 1995, 1996); USA (1994, 1997, 2000);
  • UK (1991, 1994); Germany (1992); Luxemburg (1991);
  • Singapore (1987,1993,1998); Thailand (1993); Nepal (1996);
  • Bangladesh (1997, 2003);Japan ( 2000); Indonesia ( 2005);
  • China (2006); Malaysia (2007).
(C) Publications
  • Published 114 research papers in International and National Journals, 7 Books and 11 book chapters
(D) Ph.D. Produced
  • 19 Scholars
 
Research Projects as PI:
 
  • Major Projects : 08 (sponsored by The Rockefeller Foundation, USA; UGC, ICSSR, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, New Delhi)
  • and Minor: 01 (sponsored by BHU)
 
 
Any additional information:
 

Selected publications

  1. Is ageing asset or liability?Socio-economic factors, behavioral prolems and health hazards in Rural Northern India. Alok Kumar, Haruo Sagaza and K.N.S. Yadava. The Journal of Population Studies, The Population Association of Japan, vol. 37, pp. 11-30,2005
  2. Reduction in population growth under different contraceptive policies. S.N. Singh and K.N.S. Yadava. The Journal of BioSciences, Vol. 1(2), pp. 215 22, 1979.
  3. A model for the number of rural out migrants at household level. K.N.S. Yadava and S.R.J. Singh Rural Demography, Vol. 10 (1 & 2), pp. 23 33, 1983.
  4. Population growth in changed fertility schedule in the stability condition. K N.S.Yadava, S.N. Yadava and D. Sarin. Mathematical Population Studies, Vol.6(1), pp. 55 65, 1996.
  5. Socio-economic factors and behavioural problems of the elderly population: A study of rural areas of eastern Uttar Pradesh. K.N.S. Yadava, Surendar Yadava and C.L.N. Sharma. Ageing and Society, Vol 16, pp. 525-542, 1996.
  6. Distribution of distance associated with marriage migration. K.N.S.Yadava, Soni Srivastava and Sabina Islam. International Journal of Statistical Sciences, Vol.1, pp.49-54, 2002.
  7. A probability model of closed birth interval to study. The effect of migration on fertility. K.N.S. Yadava, R.N. Mishra, Shruti and Alok Kumar. International Journal of Mathematical Sciences, Vol.1, pp.185-195,2002
  8. Some procedures to estimate the level of fecundability of migrant couples based on first birth interval data. K.N.S. Yadava, Sabina Islam and Alok Kumar. Demography India, Vol.31 (1), pp.65-78, 2002.
  9. Determinants of Infant and child mortality in Bangladesh. Zakir Hossain and K.N.S. Yadava. Journal of Statistical Studies, Vol.22, pp.1-12, 2003.
  10. Some models for age at marriage. K.N.S. Yadava and Soni Srivastava. Journal of Population and Social Studies, Vol.10, pp.59-76, 2002.

Full List of Publications:
(a) Chapter(s) in Books:
  1. Measures of Central tendency and location (averages). S.N. Singh and K.N.S. Yadava. In Mandal R.B. (eds.) 'Statistics for Geographers and Social Scientists' Concept Publishing Co., New Delhi, 1981,pp. 50 80.
  2. Dimensions of Rural Urban migration in India and their impact on socio economic and demographic factors. S.N. Singh and K.N.S. Yadava. In Mandal R.B. and Peters, G.L. (eds.) 'Urbanization and Regional Development' Concept Publishing Co., New Delhi, 1981, pp. 393 411.
  3. Population growth and migration. K.N.S. Yadava and S.K. Singh. In Singh, S.N. et al. (eds.) 'Population Transition in India' D.K. Publishers, New Delhi, 1989, pp. 445 461
  4. India's Urbanization and Rural Urban Migration: A Projection. K.N.S. Yadava. In Bose, Ashish and Desai, P.B. (eds.) 'Population Planning in India: Policy Issues and research Priorities' D.K. Publishing Corporation, Delhi, 1989, pp. 150-153.
  5. Women's Economic Status and its Relationship with Factors Determining Women's Status: A Case Study of Eastern Uttar Pradesh. K.N.S. Yadava and S.K. Singh. In Chaurasia, B.P. (eds.) 'Women's Status in India (Policies and Programmes)', Chugh Publication, Allahabad,1992, pp. 337 362.
  6. Expected duration of stay in Indian city by the rural out migrants : A case study. K.N.S. Yadava, S.K. Singh and P.K. Singh. In Singh H.H. et al. (eds.) 'Pattern of Urban Change in India' IDP, Varanasi, 1994, pp. 201 214.
  7. Population growth and development : Prospects and consequences. K.N.S. Yadava and G.S. Yadava. In Tripathi,R.S. and Tiwari, R.P. (ed.) 'Population Growth and Development in India', Aph Publishing Corporation, New Delhi,1996, pp.1-15
  8. Rural out migration in Uttar Pradesh and its economic implications on migrant households. K.N.S. Yadava. In Kamla Gupta and Arvind Pandey (eds) `Population and Development in Uttar Pradesh', B.R. Publishing Corporation, Ltd, Delhi, 1996, pp.431-448
  9. A study of the pattern of return migration. K.N.S. Yadava and S.S. Yadava. In Rao, K.V.(ed.)'Studies in Applied Demography', Populationn and Soceity Research Centre, Custom Academic Publishing, Inc, Ohio, U.S.A., 1997, pp.233-240
  10. Some indirect techniques to estimate fertility in Bangladesh. K.N.S. Yadava and Sabina Islam In Yadava, R.C. et.al.(eds.) ' Dynamics of Population Change: Emerging issues of 21st Century' Shipra Publications, Delhi,pp.31-46, 2001.
  11. Demography of Tribes: A case study of Sidhi District, M.P. A.Kumar, H.N. Gautam and K.N.S. Yadava. In Adak,D.K. et al (eds.) "Demography and Health Profile of the Tribals(a Case study of MP)", Anmol Publications PVT Ltd, New Delhi, pp.190-204, 2003

(b) Journal Articles:
Published : Total--114 (Indian Journals- 59 ; Foreign Journals- 55)

  1. A study of the pattern of rural urban migration. S.N. Singh and K.N.S. Yadava. Demography India, Vol. 3, pp 278 86, 1974.
  2. Migration and population growth. S.N. Singh, R.C. Yadava and K.N.S. Yadava. The Journal of Scientific Research, vol. 11(i), pp. 97 108, 1977.
  3. Relationship of post partum amenorrhoea to lactation. K.N.S. Yadava, S.M. Marwah and N. Kaur Indian Journal of Preventive and Social Medicine, Vol. 3, pp. 7 11, 1978.
  4. Follow up study of family planning acceptors by the field staff. K.N.S. Yadava, S.M. Marwah and S.R. Yadava. The Indian Journal of Medical Education, Vol. 17, pp. 1 5, 1978.
  5. An extension of Singh and Yadava single origin and multiple destination migration model. S.N. Singh and K.N.S. Yadava. The Journal of Scientific Research, Vol. 29, pp. 19 26, 1978.
  6. align="justify"> Dimensions of antenatal and natal care in a slum area in Varanasi. P. Kaur, D.K. Agarwal, N. Kaur and K.N.S. Yadava. Indian Journal of Preventive and Social Medicine, Vol. 9, pp. 126 28, 1978.
  7. A study of seasonal trend in delivery and Medical termination of pregnancy. K.N.S. Yadava, S. Dube and S.M. Marwah. The Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology of India, Vol. 29(2), pp. 256 57, 1979.
  8. Reduction in population growth under different contraceptive policies. S.N. Singh and K.N.S. Yadava. The Journal of BioSciences, Vol. 1(2), pp. 215 22, 1979.
  9. Intergenerational occupational mobility: With special reference to Bokaro Steel Plant in Bihar. S.R. Yadava and K.N.S. Yadava. The Journal of Scientific Research, Vol. 29(2), pp. 41-45, 1979.
  10. Effect of social policies on socio demographic profiles of tubectomy. K.N.S. Yadava, I.C. Tiwari, N.S.N. Rao and J. Tondon. The Indian Journal of Preventive and Social Medicine, Vol. 10, pp. 69 74, 1979.
  11. Open birth interval : an index of fertility. K.N.S. Yadava, P. Kumar, I.C. Tiwari, D.K. Agarwal and S.M. Marwah. Indian Journal of Community Medicine, Vol. 4(2), pp. 16 20, 1979.
  12. A Study of the characteristics of MTP cases during 1976 77 in rural and urban groups at Varanasi. K.N.S. Yadava, H.C. Saxena, S. Dube and S.M. Marwah. The Journal of Family Welfare, Vol. 26(1), pp. 23 29, 1979.
  13. A study of the trends in spontaneous abortion in the rural community. K.N.S. Yadava, S. Dube and S.M. Marwah. Indian Journal of Public Health, Vol. 9, pp. 100-102, 1981.
  14. A simplified form of keyfitz momentum formula under a less drastic fall in fertility. S.N. Singh, R.C. Yadava and K.N.S. Yadava. Journal of Indian Statistical Association, Vol. 19, pp. 1171 76, 1981.
  15. Trends in rural out migration at household level. S.N. Singh and K.N.S. Yadava. Rural Demography, Vol. 8(1), pp. 53 61, 1981.
  16. A study on the fertility of migrants. S.N. Singh, R.C. Yadava and K.N.S. Yadava. Health and Population Perspective & Issues, Vol. 4, pp. 959 65, 1981.
  17. A multiregional generalization of keyfitz momentum formula under a less drastic fall in fertility. S.N. Singh, R.C. Yadava and K.N.S. Yadava. The Aligarh Journal of Statistics, Vol. 19, pp. 59 68, 1981.
  18. On some characteristics of rural out migration in Eastern Uttar Pradesh. S.N. Singh and K.N.S. Yadava. The Journal of Society and Culture, Vol. 12(1), pp. 33 46, 1981.
  19. Mobility pattern in Under Five children. D.K. Agrawal, K.N. Agrawal, I.C. Tiwary and K.N.S. Yadava. Journal of Tropical Paediatrics, Vol. 28(i), pp. 139-143, 1983.
  20. Breast feeding practices in urban slum and rural areas of Varanasi. D.K. Agrawal, G.P. Katiyar, K.N.S. Yadava and K.N. Agrawal. Journal of Tropical Paediatrics, Vol. 28(ii), pp. 89-92, 1983.
  21. On the occupational mobility of ruralhouse holds: The case of India. S.N. Singh, K.N.S. Yadava and S.R.J. Singh.  Rural Demography, Vol. 9(2), 57 75, 1983.
  22. A multiregional population projection and urbanization momentum : with application to reproductive value. K.N.S. Yadava and S.R.J. Singh. Janshamkhya, Vol. 1(2), pp. 173-284, 1983.
  23. A model for the number of rural out migrants at household level. K.N.S. Yadava and S.R.J. Singh Rural Demography, Vol. 10 (1 & 2), pp. 23 33, 1983.
  24. A modification of probability distribution for first birth interval. R.N. Mishra, K.N.S. Yadava, K.K. Singh and S.R.J. Singh. Health and Population Perspective & Issues, Vol. 6(2), 95 99, 1983.
  25. Migration expectancy in rural areas of Eastern Uttar Pradesh. S.N. Singh, K.N.S. Yadava and H.L. Sharma. The Indian Journal of Social Works, Vol. 45(2), pp. 155 66.
  26. Population projection : By using an abrupt change in fertility schedule. K.N.S. Yadava. The Journal of Scientific Research, Vol. 34(1), pp. 65 70, 1984.
  27. An extension of keyfitz's momentum formula under a less drastic change in fertility. K.N.S. Yadava. The Journal of Scientific Research, Vol. 34(2), pp. 49 53, 1984.
  28. Population projection upto the lower limit of the reproductive period. K.N.S. Yadava. Demography India, Vol. 15(1), pp. 146 50, 1985.
  29. A relationship between rural urban migration and urbanization in India. K.N.S. Yadava. Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Asian Studies, pp. 449-455, 1987.
  30. Inter generational occupational mobility and population heterogeneity: A statistical analysis. K.N.S. Yadava and S.R.J. Singh. Janshamkhya, Vol. 3(1), pp., 1988.
  31. Determinants of rural urban migration in India. K.N.S. Yadava. Proceedings of 'What's Happening to India? The Last Ten Years', Melbourne University, Australia, pp., 1988.
  32. K.N.S. Yadava. Rural Demography, Vol. 15(2), pp.1 20, 1988.
  33. Impact of rural urban commutation on rural development: an Indian case study. K.N.S. Yadava. Asian Profile, Vol. 15(6), pp. 549 62, 1988.
  34. Commutation differentials in Varanasi rural. K.N.S. Yadava, M.S. Yadava and G.S. Yadava. Journal of Institute of Economic Research, Vol. 23(2), pp. 30 45, 1988.
  35. A model for the distribution of distance Associated with marriage migration. K.N.S. Yadava, K.K. Singh and R.B. Singh. Journal of Institute of Economic Research, Vol. 23(1), pp. 1 13, 1988.
  36. On the distribution of distance associated with marriage migration in rural areas of Eastern Uttar Pradesh. K.N.S. Yadava, K.N.M. Raju and G.S. Yadava. Rural Demography, Vol. 16 (2), pp. 7 18, 1988.
  37. On some probability models and their application to the distribution of the number of migrants from a household. K.N.S. Yadava and G.S. Yadava. Jansamkhya, Vol. 6(2), pp. 137 158, 1988.
  38. Return migration in a rural area of Uttar Pradesh, India. K.N.S. Yadava, K.N.M. Raju and G.S. Yadava. Proceedings of the Tenth International Symposium on Asian Studies, 1147 1157, 1988.
  39. Population diversity and internal migration: A testing of Lee theory. K.N.S. Yadava and S.K. Singh. Demography India, Vol. 17(1), 43 57, 1989.
  40. A probability model for the number of migrants. K.N.S. Yadava, S.K. Singh and U. Kumar. Jansamkhya, Vol. VII(2), pp. 83 92, 1989.
  41. Migration models for single origin and multiple destinations. K.N.S. Yadava, S.K. Singh and G.S. Yadava. Journal of Statistical Research, Vol. 23, pp. 13 24, 1989.
  42. Pattern of Return Migration in Rural Areas of Eastern Uttar Pradesh, India. K.N.S. Yadava, G.S. Yadava and S.K. Singh. Journal of Institute of Economic Research, vol. 24(2), pp. 27 48, 1989.
  43. Population Projection upto the lower limit of Reproductive period under gradual change in Fertility Schedule: Some alternative models. K.N.S. Yadava, U. Kumar and S.N.S. Kushwaha. Demography India, Vol. 18, pp. 73 80, 1989.
  44. Impact of village level characteristics on Rural Out migration. K.N.S. Yadava and G.S. Yadava Indian Journal of Social Research, Vol. XXX(3), pp. 280 296, 1990.
  45. A Study on the Occupational Mobility of Rural households over a decade, in Yadava, K.N.S. (ed.) Migration Research in Context of Development. K.N.S. Yadava and T.B. Singh. Jagannath Printers, Lanka, Varanasi, pp. 124 136, 1990.
  46. Effect of husband wife separation due to migration on fertility. R.C. Yadava, K.N.S. Yadava and G.S. Yadava. Health and Population Perspectives and Issues, Vol. 13(3 & 4), 177 188, 1990.
  47. A model for rural out migration. K.N.S. Yadava, D. Sarin and S.N. Yadava. Indian Journal of Social Research, Vol. 31, 351 359, 1990.
  48. Some characteristics of out migrants from three types of developing villages in Eastern Uttar Pradesh. S.R.J. Singh and K.N.S. Yadava. Journal of Institute of Economic Research, Vol. 25 (1 & 2), pp. 31 48, 1990.
  49. Socio economic factors and effect on fertility of husband wife separation due to migration. K.N.S. Yadava and G.S. Yadava. Biology and Society, Vol.7 (3), pp. 139 144, 1990.
  50. A Probability model for the distribution of number of migrants at the household level. K.N.S. Yadava and R.B. Singh. Genus, Vol. XLVII(1), pp. 49 62, 1991.
  51. Some probability models for return migration. K.N.S. Yadava and S.N.S. Kushwaha. Proceedings on "Modelling : Stochastic Process and O.R." Department of Statistics and Operational Research Kurukshetra University, pp. 28 48, 1991.
  52. Commutation and migration : patterns, expectancies and consequences. K.N.S. Yadava, S.K. Singh and U. Kumar. Genus, Vol. 3 4, pp. 133 157, 1991.
  53. Some probability models for the pattern of rural out migration : A micro approach. K.N.S. Yadava, S.K. Singh and U. Kumar. Journal of Scientific Research, Special Vol. 41C, pp. 111 123, 1991.
  54. Rural urban commutation and occupational mobility: A case study of Eastern Uttar Pradesh, India. K.N.S. Yadava and S.K. Singh. Asian Profile, Vol. 20(2), pp. 163 170, 1992.
  55. Estimation of Fecundability of migrated couples in Rural areas of Eastern Uttar Pradesh, India. R.C. Yadava, K.N.S. Yadava, G.S. Yadava and S.N.S. Kushwaha. Shankhya Series B, Vol. 54, pp. 346 351, 1992.
  56. Some models for the patterns of urbanization, migration and development. K.N.S. Yadava, S.N.S. Kushwaha and G.S. Yadava. Janasamkhya, Vol.10(2), pp. 61 74, 1992.
  57. Estimation of fecundability of migrated couples : A birth interval approach. R.C. Yadava, K.N.S. Yadava, S.N.S. Kushwaha and S.N. Yadava. Demography India, Vol. 22(1), pp. 11 18, 1993.
  58. Population growth under various paths of fertility reduction. K.N.S. Yadava, S.K. Singh and U. Kumar. Journal of Statistical Studies, Vol. 13, pp. 29 38, 1993.
  59. Impact of commutation to Varanasi on the economy of villages. K.N.S. Yadava. ICSSR Research Abstracts Quarterly, Vol. XXII, pp. 93 101, 1993.
  60. On a probability distribution for the rural out migration. H.L. Sharma, K.N.S. Yadava, S.N.S. Kushwaha and S.N. Yadava. Journal of Statistical Research, Vol. 27, pp. 93 99, 1993.
  61. Estimation of fecundability of migrated couples in the process of rural out migration in India. K.N.S. Yadava and G.S. Yadava. Janasamkhya, Vol.XI(1), pp. 41 50, 1993.
  62. A procedure to estimate the level of fecundability of migrant couples. R.C. Yadava, K.N.S. Yadava and S.N.S. Kushwaha. The Journal of Scientific Research, Vol.44, pp., 1994.
  63. A study on the pattern of rural urban migration. K.N.S. Yadava, S. Tripathi and V.S. Singh. Indian Journal of Social Research, Vol. XXXV (1 2), pp. 116 128, 1994.
  64. A model for the number of out migrants at the household level : An alternative approach. K.N.S. Yadava, S. Tripathi and V.S. Singh. The Journal of Scientific Research, Vol. 44, pp. 125 134, 1994.
  65. Application of an extended probability model to estimate parity specific birth probability by the duration of marriage. R.C. Yadava, K.N.S. Yadava and P.K. Singh. JIPS, Vol. 2, 1995, pp. 57 69, 1995.
  66. Cross cultural perspective on migration, urbanization and economic development. S.S. Yadava and K.N.S. Yadava. The Indian Journal of Social Science, Vol. 8(3),pp. 242 256, 1995.
  67. Migration, urbanization and economic development in India. S.S. Yadava and K.N.S. Yadava. Journal of Population, Vol. 1(2) pp. 157 174, 1995.
  68. Population growth in changed fertility schedule in the stability condition. K N.S.Yadava, S.N. Yadava and D. Sarin. Mathematical Population Studies, Vol.6(1), pp. 55 65, 1996.
  69. A study of socio-economic factors and behavioural problems of the aged persons in rural northern India. K.N.S. Yadava, S.S. Yadava and C.L.N. Sharma. Demographic India, Vol. 25(1), pp.21-34, 1996.
  70. Estimation of population mean in successive sampling using information on auxiliary variable. K.N.S. Yadava, H. Singh and S.S. Yadava. Communications in Statistics, Vol.25(1), pp. , 1996.
  71. Return migration : differentials and expectancy. K.N.S. Yadava, S.S. Yadava, P.K. Singh and R.K. Sinha. International Journal of Contemporary Sociology, Vol. 33(1), pp. 79-91, 1996.
  72. Simultaneous projection of population and household: A comparative study of methodologies used K.N.S. Yadava and S.S. Yadava. Communication in Statistics, Vol.25 (3),pp. 835-848, 1996.
  73. Socio-economic factors and behavioural problems of the elderly population: A study of rural areas of eastern Uttar Pradesh. K.N.S. Yadava, Surendar Yadava and C.L.N. Sharma. Ageing and Society, Vol 16, pp. 525-542, 1996.
  74. Ageing and health hazards in rural Northern India. K.N.S. Yadava, S.S. Yadava and Ron E. Roberts. Health and Population Perspectives & Issues Vol.19(1), pp.1-18, 1996.
  75. Some probability models for return migration. K.N.S. Yadava, S.N.S. Kushwaha and M. Zakir Hossain. The Journal Of Statistical Studies, Vol. 17, pp. 79-86, 1997.
  76. A probability distribution on the fertility of migrants: A model approach. B.N. Bhattacharya, K.N.S. Yadava, S.R.J. Singh and G.S. Yadava.. GENUS ,LIII (1-2), pp.129-143, 1997.
  77. A study of aged population and associated health risks in rural India K.N.S. Yadava, S.S. Yadava and D.K. Vajpayee International Journal of Ageing, 1997.
  78. Post partum amenorrhoea in rural Eastern Uttar pradesh, India. K.N.S. Yadava and S.K. Jain. Journal of Biosocial Sciences, vol.30, pp.227-243, 1998.
  79. A Probability model for the number of rural out-migrants. K.N.S. Yadava and M.Z. Hossain. Journal of Statistical Studies, Vol. 18, pp. 29-36, 1998.
  80. Population projection under a changed regime of fertility. R.C. Yadava, K.N.S. Yadava and V.S. Singh. Demography India, Vol.27(2), pp. 275-286, 1998.
  81. Distribution of distance associated with marriage migration in a rural area of Banladesh. K.N.S. Yadava, M.Z. Hossain and Sabina Islam. The Bangladesh Journal of Scientic Research ,Vol. 16(1),pp.201-207,1998.
  82. A probability model for open birth interval in the presence of migration. K.N.S. Yadava, R.N. Mishra, D. Sarin and S.S. Yadava. Statistical Methods, Vol.1, 1999.
  83. Pattern of Infant mortality in Bangladesh: Applications of some models. K.N.S. Yadava and M.Z. Hossain. Turkish Journal of Population Studies,Vol.21, pp.15-31, 1999.
  84. Breastfeeding in rural Northern India: Levels and Differentials. K.N.S. Yadava, S.K. Jain and Alok Kumar. Journal of Social and Population Studies ,Vol.8, pp.107-142, 1999.
  85. Post-partum amenorrhoea in Bangladseh: Levels and Differentials. K.N.S. Yadava and Sabina Islam. Turkish Journal of Population Studies,Vol.21,pp.51-62, 1999.
  86. Women's status and fertility in rural Northern India. K.N.S. Yadava and S.S. Yadava. The History of Family: An International Quarterly, Vol.4, pp.209-228,1999.
  87. Rural out-migration in Bangladseh: Single origin and multiple destinations model . K.N.S. Yadava and M.Z. Hossain. The Bangladesh Journal of Scientic Research,Vol.17(1),pp.49- 57,1999.
  88. Formulation of a population projection model for discrete time and age. K.N.S. Yadava, S.K. Singh, M.Z. Hossain and Sabina Islam. Journal of Statistical Studies, Vol.19, 1999.
  89. Correlates of birth intervals in rural Northern India. K.N.S. Yadava, S.K. Jain and Alok Kumar. GENUS, Vol. LVI, pp.1-23, 2000.
  90. Differentials in fertility: A multivariate analysis. K.N.S. Yadava, S.K. Jain and Alok Kumar. Janshankhya, Vol.XV-XVIII, pp.13-30, 2000.
  91. Some probability models for the number of rural out-migrants. K.N.S. Yadava and M.Z. Hossain. For East Journal of Theoretical Statistics, Vol.5(2), pp.1.23, 2001.
  92. Age at marriage in rural Bangladesh:Determinants, trends and patterns. K.N.S. Yadava and M.Z. Hossain. Asian Profile, Vol.28, pp.319-338, 2000.
  93. Population diversity and rural out-migration: Testing of the Lee. Theory in the context of Bangladesh. M.Z. Hossain and K.N.S. Yadava. Journal of Population and Social Studies, Vol.10, pp.29-41, 2001.
  94. Population growth models: Some mathematical investigations. K.N.S. Yadava, Sabina Islam, R.K. Sinha and Alok Kumar. The Aligarh Journal of Statistics, Vol. 21, pp.15-30, 2001.
  95. A model describing the pattern of inter-generational occupational. Mobility in rural Nepal. K.N.S.. Yadava and Tika Ram Aryal. Journal of Population and Social Studies, Vol.9, pp.35-53, 2001.
  96. Social, economic and environmental development and population growth. S. Yadava and K.N.S. Yadava. Indian Journal of Social Development, Vol.2, pp.1-16, 2002.
  97. Some models for age at marriage. K.N.S. Yadava and Soni Srivastava. Journal of Population and Social Studies, Vol.10, pp.59-76, 2002.
  98. Population growth under different fertility schedule in stability conditions. Soni Srivastava, Alok Kumar and K.N.S. Yadava. Journal of Population and Social Sciences, Vol.11, pp.121-148, 2003
  99. Some procedures to estimate parity progression ratio and the total fertility rate. Shruti, Alok Kumar and K.N.S. Yadava. Population Stabilisation and Development, The Universe, pp.562-72, 2002.
  100. Distribution of distance associated with marriage migration. K.N.S.Yadava, Soni Srivastava and Sabina Islam. International Journal of Statistical Sciences, Vol.1, pp.49-54, 2002.
  101. A probability model of closed birth interval to study. The effect of migration on fertility. K.N.S. Yadava, R.N. Mishra, Shruti and Alok Kumar. International Journal of Mathematical Sciences, Vol.1, pp.185-195,2002
  102. Some procedures to estimate the level of fecundability of migrant couples based on first birth interval data. K.N.S. Yadava, Sabina Islam and Alok Kumar. Demography India, Vol.31 (1), pp.65-78, 2002.
  103. Migration and Urbanization in Indian Subcontinent. K.N.S. Yadava, Soni Srivastava, H. Sagaza and Alok Kumar, Prog. Of Maths, vol. 36(No 1&2), pp. 279-305, 2002.
  104. Determinants of Infant and child mortality in Bangladesh. Zakir Hossain and K.N.S. Yadava. Journal of Statistical Studies, Vol.22, pp.1-12, 2003.
  105. Size-biased geometric distribution and its application to migration data. K.N.S. Yadava, S. Tripathi and K.K. Shukla. International Journal of Mathematical Sciences, Vol.3, pp. 233-239, 2004.
  106. Out-migration from rural villages in Bangladesh: A micro-level study. M.Z. Hossain and K.N.S. Yadava. Journal of Population and Social Studies, Vol. 13, pp.23-46, 2005.
  107. Level and pattern of infant and child mortality inn Indian subcontinent. Alok Kumar, B.P.Singh, Soni Srivastawa and K.N.S. Yadava. Journal of Empirical Research in Social Sciences, Vol.1, pp. 39-57, 2005.
  108. Out-migration from rural villages in Bangladesh : A micro-level study. M.Z. Hossain and K.N.S. Yadava. Journal of Population and Social Studies, Vol. 13, pp-23-45, 2005.
  109. Some health related issues of elderly in rural Northern India. Alok Kumar, Haruo Sagaza, K.N.S. Yadava and Brijesh P. Singh. Bangladesh Association of Gerontology. The Elderly Emerging Issues, pp. 171-203-64, 2005.
  110. Is ageing asset or liability?Socio-economic factors, behavioral prolems and health hazards in Rural Northern India. Alok Kumar, Haruo Sagaza and K.N.S. Yadava. The Journal of Population Studies, The Population Association of Japan, vol. 37, pp. 11-30, 2005.
  111. Socio-economic and demographic characteristics of Elderly in Rural Northern India. Alok Kumar, Haruo Sagaza, K.N.S. Yadava and Brijesh P. Singh. Bangladesh Association on Gerontology. The Ederly Emerging Issues, pp. 31-64, 2005.
  112. Age at menopause among Nepalese women: Differentials and Determinants Aryal T.R. and K.N.S. Yadava, Journal of Population and Social Studies, vol 14(1), 95-114, 2005.
  113. Differentials and Determinants of the duration of breast feeding in Bangladesh : A multivanate analysis Sabina Islam, K.N.S. Yadava and M.A. Alam, PDF, vol. 42(3), 2006.
  114. 150 years of University Education in India. K.N.S. Yadava and Arjun Tiwari, University News, AIU Publications, vol. 44, pp. 35-42, 2006.
(c) Books : 07 (Including 2 edited)
TitleAuthor/Co-author or Editor/Co-editor Year Name of the Publisher(s)
Rural Urban Migration in India: Determinants, Patterns and Consequences Author 1988 Independent Publishing Company, Delhi
Migration Research in Context of Development Editor 1990 Jagannath Printers, Varanasi
Rural Urban Commutation and Rural Development Author 1992 Sipra Publication, Delhi
Women's Status and Fertility in Rural Northern India Author 1994 Manak Publication, New Delhi
Statistical Analysis for Social Sciences Author 1995 Manak Publication, New Delhi
Migration Studies: Evidence from rural field studies Author 1998 Sipra Publication, Delhi
Dynamics of Population Change: Emerging issues of 21st Century Co-author (edited) 2001 Sipra Publication, Delhi
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