Dr. Joya Chakraborty

Dr. Joya Chakraborty

Dr. Joya Chakraborty

Professor & Head

Degree Obtained

Degree Board/University Year
Ph.D.University of Hyderabad2011
Masters in Mass CommunicationAssam University1999
Bachelors in PhysicsAssam University1997


  • Chakraborty, J., Borah, A., & Hazarika, M. (June 2015). ‘From Fractures to Frames: Conflict Reporting in Newspapers of Assam’ in Global Media Journal. Vol 6 (1&2) (ISSN 2249 – 5835) Available at www.caluniv.ac.in

  • Chakraborty, J., Hazarika, M., & Goswami, A. (June 2015). ‘Engendering Media Participation: The case of Women Journalists in Assam’ in Global Media Journal. Vol 6 (1&2) (ISSN 2249 – 5835) Available at http://www.caluniv.ac.in

  • Chakraborty, J & Borah, A. (2015). ‘Children and Media: Status and Scope for Participation’ in Kaushik, A and Suchiang, A (eds.) Child Rights in North East India: Perspectives on Media. MRB Publishers: Assam. pp. 70-92. Proceedings of regional seminar on Child Rights and Media during 31 Oct – 1 Nov, 2013 organized by English and Foreign Language University, Shillong. (ISBN : 978-93-83403-07-3)

  • Chakraborty, J. (2014) ‘International Perspectives in Information and Communication Technologies for Development: Imperatives of Technology and Intersecting Community Needs’. The Communicator. IIMC, New Delhi. (Accepted for publication). Chakraborty, J. & Borah, A. (2013). ‘Participatory Audio Video Experiments: Explorations in Practice and Pedagogy’. Media Mimansa. Vol 6 (2-3). pp. 58-65. (ISSN 229-5593)

  • Chakraborty, J. (2014). ICT for Development in Northeast India: Critique of Policy and Practice, published by GC College Press: Silchar (ISBN 978-81-923616-6-6).

  • Chakraborty, J. & Borah, A. (2013) ‘Witch hunting in Assam: Strategizing Alternative Media for Women Empowerment and Overcoming Superstition’. Journal of North East India Studies. Vol.3 (2). pp 15-24. (ISSN 2277-6869) Impact Factor 0.266

  • Chakraborty, J. (2012) ‘Local Self Governance as Democratic Participation: The Unique Case of the Nagas’. Journal of Business Management & Social Sciences Research. Vol.1 (2). pp 98-104. (ISSN 2319-5614) Impact Factor 0.306