Govt. of West Bengal
Bethune College
Bethune College


Dr. Syamali Sen

General Information
Department Psychology
Designation Associate Professor
Qualification MA.LLB.
Ph.D. (C.U)
Specialization Industrial Psychology & Organizational Behaviour- Rank-* First Class First

Colleges Served

  • Bethune College, December 1996 - till date


  • Co investigator in the project 'A study to evaluate the trend of empowerment of rural and urbqn poor women with respect to self esteem, achievement motivation,entrepreneurship, social support, leadership effectiveness and decision making' funded by Women's Studies Research Centre, Bethune College,Kolkata in 2010
  • Co investigator in the Project 'An exploration to evaluate the effect of training programme on empowerment of women residing in some rural slum areas of West Bengal with reference to certain psycho social variables' funded by Women's Studies Research Centre, Calcutta University in 2009

Meeting/Seminar/workshop attended:

  • Participated in the orientation programme, research programme & curriculum meet of Eastern & North Eastern Women,s Studies Centre at W.S.R.C (C,U) from 9.2.12 to 11.2.12
  • Participated in the National Seminar on ' Journey of Women : Beyond Equality & Empowerment' organized by Women's Studies Centre, Bethune College, Kolkata on 23.3.11
  • Attended a meeting as an invited member of UGC for curriculum development in Women's Studies at UG level at TISS, Mumbai from 24, 8.10 to 25.8.10


  • Contributed 2 chapters in a book Uchchamadhyamik Monobignan (for class xi) published by West Bengal State Book Board in 2014.
  • Bagchi , N & Sen,S (2010) A comparative study of self concept and need
    Achievement between two groups of slum women receiving and not receiving vocational training. Journal of Psychometry 24 (2), 26-32
  • Sen, S (2008) The role of Personality in the choice of profession and success.
    Weslyan Journal of Research(1), 45-47

Academic Membership

  • Life member of Indian Science Congress Association
  • Member of UG Board of Studies in Psychology (C.U)