Dr. Mahaveer Singh Panwar

Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (BHU)
Contact Information:

(M) : +91 9457775631

E-mail: mspanwarstat@bhu.ac.in; vir.panwar@gmail.com
Employee No.

 
Academic Qualifications:
S. No.DegreeInstitutionYear
1.B.Sc.CCS Univ, Meerut2006
2.M.Sc.CCS Univ, Meerut2008
3.M.Phil.CCS Univ, Meerut2009
4.Ph.D.Banaras Hindu University2014
 
Professional Employments:

S. No.Name of the Post Name of the DepartmentName of the Inst./UnivDuration
3.Assistant ProfessorStatistics DepartmentBanaras Hindu University (India)2016-Present
2.Assistant ProfessorStatistics DepartmentCentral Univ. of Punjab (India)2015-2016
1.Assistant ProfessorDepartment of StatisticsCentral Univ. of Rajasthan (India)2013-2015

Area of specialization:
 


The fields of my interest are Reliability and Survival analysis, Bayesian Inference and Competing Risk Analysis. My field of special interest is inference with censored data and the analysis of competing risks. I have attempted several problems that include classical and Bayesian analysis of masked data under competing risk model. At present I am also working with multivariate data using some nonparametric models.

Awards:


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  • B.H.U. Research Scholarship in Ph.D.

  • U. G. C. Junior Research Fellowship

Current Research Projects: Nil
Any additional information:

  1. Member, Indian Bayesian Society

 

List of 10 major publications:

  • 1. M S Panwar and Snajeev K Tomer, Robut Bayesian Analysis of Lifetime Data from Maxwell Distribution, Austrian Journal of Statistics, 48, 38-55, 2019.

  • 2. A Sharma, T Sharma, M S Panwar, D Sharma, R Bundel, R T Hamilton, J A Radosevich and C C Mandal, Colder Enviornment are associated with a greater cancer incidence in the female poplation of the United States, Tumor Biology, DOI: 10.1177/1010428317724784, 2017.

  • 3. Sanjeev K. Tomer and M S Panwar, Estimation Procedures for Maxwell Distribution under Type-I Progressive Hybrid Censoring Scheme, Journal of Statistics Computation and Simulation (Taylor & Francis), 85:2, 339-356, 2015.

  • 4. Chandi C. Mandal, Ankit Sharma, Mahaveer S. Panwar, James A. Radosevich, Is cholesterol a mediator of cold-induced cancer?, Tumou Biology (Springer) 2016 Jul;37(7):9635-48. doi: 10.1007/s13277-016-4799-2. Epub 2016 Jan 21.

  • 5. A Sharma, H K Verma, S Joshi, M S Panwar, C C Mandal, A link between cold environment and cancer, Tumor Biology (Springer), DOI 10.1007/s13277-015-3270-0, 2015.

  • 6. Sanjeev K. Tomer, Ashok K Singh and M S Panwar, Bayesian Analysis of Masked Series System Lifetime Data from a Family of Lifetime Distribution, International Journal of Systmes Assurance Engineerings and Managements (Springer), Volume 5, pp 495-502, December 2014.

  • 7. M S Panwar, Jitendra Kumar and Sanjeev K Tomer, Competing Risk Analysis of Failure Censored data from Maxwell Distribution, International Journal of Agricultural and Statistical Sciences, 11, 1, 29-34., 2015.

  • 8. M S Panwar, Bapat Akanshya Sudhir, Rashmi Bundel, Sanjeev K. Tomer, Parameter Estimation of Inverse Rayleigh Distribution under Competing Risk Model for Masked Data, Journal of Institute of Science and Technology, 20(2): 122-127, 2015.

  • 9. Jitendra Kumar, M S Panwar and Sanjeev K Tomer, Bayesian Estimation of Component Reliability using Progressively Censored Masked System Lifetime Data from Rayleigh Distribution, Journal of Reliability and Statistical Studies, 7, 2: 37-52, 2014.

  • 10. Sanjeev K. Tomer and M S Panwar, On the Estimation of Component Reliability with Masked Cause of Failure, International Journal of Agricultural and Statistical Sciences , 9, 2, 443-447, 2013.

Full List of Publications:

  • 15. M S Panwar and Snajeev K Tomer, Robut Bayesian Analysis of Lifetime Data from Maxwell Distribution, Austrian Journal of Statistics, 48, 38-55, 2019.

  • 14. A Sharma, T Sharma, M S Panwar, D Sharma, R Bundel, R T Hamilton, J A Radosevich and C C Mandal, Colder Enviornment are associated with a greater cancer incidence in the female poplation of the United States, Tumor Biology, DOI: 10.1177/1010428317724784, 2017.

  • 13. Sanjeev K. Tomer and M S Panwar, Estimation Procedures for Maxwell Distribution under Type-I Progressive Hybrid Censoring Scheme, Journal of Statistics Computation and Simulation (Taylor & Francis), 85:2, 339-356, 2015.

  • 12. Chandi C. Mandal, Ankit Sharma, Mahaveer S. Panwar, James A. Radosevich, Is cholesterol a mediator of cold-induced cancer?, Tumou Biology (Springer) 2016 Jul;37(7):9635-48. doi: 10.1007/s13277-016-4799-2. Epub 2016 Jan 21.

  • 11. A Sharma, H K Verma, S Joshi, M S Panwar, C C Mandal, A link between cold environment and cancer, Tumor Biology (Springer), DOI 10.1007/s13277-015-3270-0, 2015.

  • 10. Sanjeev K. Tomer, Ashok K Singh and M S Panwar, Bayesian Analysis of Masked Series System Lifetime Data from a Family of Lifetime Distribution, International Journal of Systmes Assurance Engineerings and Managements (Springer), Volume 5, pp 495-502, December 2014.

  • 9. M S Panwar, Jitendra Kumar and Sanjeev K Tomer, Competing Risk Analysis of Failure Censored data from Maxwell Distribution, International Journal of Agricultural and Statistical Sciences, 11, 1, 29-34., 2015.

  • 8. M S Panwar, Bapat Akanshya Sudhir, Rashmi Bundel, Sanjeev K. Tomer, Parameter Estimation of Inverse Rayleigh Distribution under Competing Risk Model for Masked Data, Journal of Institute of Science and Technology, 20(2): 122-127, 2015.

  • 7. Jitendra Kumar, M S Panwar and Sanjeev K Tomer, Bayesian Estimation of Component Reliability using Progressively Censored Masked System Lifetime Data from Rayleigh Distribution, Journal of Reliability and Statistical Studies, 7, 2: 37-52, 2014.

  • 6. M S Panwar, Hira Lal and Sanjeev K. Tomer, Competing Risk Analysis of Censored Data from Inverse Rayleigh Distribution, International Journal of Statistics and Systems, 2014.

  • 5. Jitendra Kumar, M S Panwar and Sanjeev K. Tomer, Estimation Procedures in Presence of Progressively Type-II Censored Incomplete Competing Risk Data, Brown Walker Press, Boca Raton, Florida, 2013.

  • 4. Sanjeev K. Tomer and M S Panwar, On the Estimation of Component Reliability with Masked Cause of Failure, International Journal of Agricultural and Statistical Sciences , 9, 2, 443-447, 2013.

  • 3. Sanjeev K. Tomer and M S Panwar, Bayesian Reliability Estimation for Geometric Distribution under Type-II Censoring Scheme, Journal of Rajasthan Statistical Association, 1, 2, 149-158, 2012.

  • 2. Sanjeev K. Tomer and M S Panwar, Analysis of Incomplete Data from Rayleigh Distribution Under Competing Risk Model, Brown Walker Press, Boca Raton, Florida. 142-153, 2012.

  • 1. Sanjeev K. Tomer and M S Panwar, Bayesian Estimation of Component Reliability Measures using Progressively Type-II Censored Competing Risk Data from Rayleigh Distribution, Mudranik Technologies Pvt. Ltd. 55-65, 2012.

 

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