Dr Satabdi Roy Choudhury is a Freelance Writer and Reviewer at InSc (Institute of Scholars, Bangaluru) from Assam, India. She started her educational Journey from Kendriya Vidyalaya and completed her Graduation from St. Edmund’s College, Shillong, Meghalaya with Sociology Major.
The writer has been also credited with MBA (Master of Business Administration) degree in Human Resource (HR) Major and Marketing Minor from EIILM (Eastern Institute for Integrated Learning in Management), Sikkim. She even holds PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) from Assam Central University, Silchar, Assam (2018) with a specific focus upon the Well-Being activities of Indian Power Sector Enterprises for their Employees and as well as their Subjective Perception regarding these well-being measures.
Love for her writing was there from school days, as she often participated in many Easy Writing Competition where she also won 4th position, having at least 10 schools participated on the topic- “My Dream Country India”. She has been always active in creative writings in the English, Hindi and Sanskrit Languages for her school magazines.
During her college days, she was much appreciated by professors for her creative writings and participation in departmental activities and a magazine called Societies of Sociology Department. Dr Satabdi became a fully professional writer from the year 2013 onwards when she joined the PhD course. Presently, her Research Papers have more than 26,522 Reads as per Research Gate (A Digital Platform for Scholars, Researchers and Academicians). Her research papers are much popular in many National and International Universities with 39 Citations, 31 Paper recommendations and a total of 119.7 Research interests.
In her credit, she has 14 Journal based Published Papers and 2 Conference Papers, which was conducted by UNESCO at Hilton Hua Hin Hotel, Thailand, Bangkok in 2014 upon the topic called Ethical Teaching and another at Ramthakur College, Agartala, Tripura, India on 2020 upon the topic -Evocative Inferences on Lockdown due to Pandemic and its Impact Upon Well-Being. She has also been part of the Academic Module with Acumen academy as Adaptive Leadership in Kajol Gaon, District-Chirang, Assam from 10th June to 13th July 2020. Apart from that she has been a part of Martin Luther King’s Letter from Birmingham Jail, Social Challenge Against Race, Activism and Extremism.
This exemplary writer has also received various accolades in the Academic Field which Best Paper Award, 2016 EPRA International Journal, The Real Super Women, 2020, Forever, Star India Award, Education Icon Award, 2020, Brand Opus India, Young Researcher Award, 2020, Institute of Scholars (InSc), Bangaluru, Global Women Inspiration Award, 2021, I Can Foundation, Jaipur.
She has been Awarded the Global Women Inspiration Award, for her contribution towards the educational field in the form of the Development of a Holistic Model that is, the 2S+2P Model for Measuring Subjective Well-being, where 2S is Spiritual and Social Well-Being and 2P is Psychological and Physical Well-Being.
Development of Sage Model and Saboteur Model of Well-Being, which measures how our Well-Being is much influenced by Lockdown and On-going Pandemic that is COVID-19.
Development of Modern Educational Model based on Maslow’s Need Theory.
Development of Measurement Scale based on the 2P+2S Model, to Measure Employees Perception Upon the Practiced Well-being Measures within the Organizations.
Being the Researcher of Colloquium on East and South-East Asian Research, Organized by Centre of East Asian Business Studies on 3rd May 2017. Where it is Discussed, that how North-East India can act as a GateWay for Foreign tourists and Foreign Income, as North-Eastern India shares a huge border with Foreign Countries.
Being Motivation for those women like her, who can also create their own identity without going outside to join the rat race for building a career. Today her writings are much appreciated and are in demand. Most of her research papers are based on contemporary issues and their impact on society and lifestyle, for example, writings based on Boycott China and its Real-world Implications, Negative and Positive Effects of Lockdown, House wife’s Work and its Importance to Country’s Economy etc. Therefore, reading such informative papers not only creates interest among readers but also provide in-depth knowledge and intensifies the thirst for General Knowledge. One of the quality points of write-ups is that each paper is based on scientific techniques called primary and /or secondary survey methods.
At this juncture, if anyone asked her the Inspiration behind her success story or the motivation pillars behind her writing life, she replied that the academic field is the area where utter patience and zeal is needed to stick to it. Thus, she replied this strength came to her none other than her parents, her mother, Mrs M. Roy Choudhury and my Father, Mr S. Roy Choudhury Another name here she wants to mention is her PhD Guide Dr Arup Barman (Associate Professor, Department of MBA, Assam University), who actually taught her the professional form of writing and introduced her to the world of research. She also mentioned her starting days of writing as occupied with a lack of ideas, and concentration. Thus she realised being a good writer one must be creative, imaginative and should have the capacity to bring down those images with a strong connection with the real world.
A writer must be very passionate about the topic in his or her mind and should be always ready with pen and paper to jot down the point whenever possible. Hence, here she shared a small piece of thought that “if anyone is working on something and he or she has the believe it to be fruitful for self and society, then he or she should not give up.”
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