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Dr. Surya Kant Pal

Assistant Professor, Mathematics

surya.pal@sharda.ac.in

About

Dr. Surya Kant Pal is currently working as Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics, School of Basic Sciences and Research, Sharda University.  Dr. Pal Holds M. Phil. & Ph.D. in Statistics from Vikram University Ujjain. He has worked with institution like SMV Collage, BFIT-Groups of Institution, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies and Chandigarh University. He is an expert of Statistics, Regression Analysis, Predictive Analytics and Multivariate Analysis.

On the research front, His research focused on Statistics & Analytics. He has an expertise in MS Office, SPSS 20.0, R, and Python Software. His research area includes Statistical Techniques, Sampling Theory, and Multivariate Analysis. He has published 60+ research papers in Journals of National & International repute along with two book chapters. He is not only known in India but famous in abroad too, serving as editor & reviewers of more than 30 reputed International /National Journals.

Experience
  • 6.5  Years (Teaching)
  • 5.5  Years (Research)
  • 2.0 Years (Research Coordinator)
Qualification
  • Ph.D. in Statistics
  • M. Phil. in Statistics
  • M. Sc. in Mathematics and Statistics
Award & Recognition

  • “Best Researcher of the Department” honor by Chandigarh University, Mohali, Punjab, India.

Research

Singh, H.P., Yadav, A. and Pal, S.K. (2021): An exponential approach for estimating population mean using two auxiliary variables in stratified random sampling. Revista Investigación Operacional, 42(4), 456-468, Scopus, WoS (SCIE), Q4, ISSN No: 0257-4306, Impact Factor: 0.210.

Pal, S.K. and Pal, A.K. (2021): The impact of increase in COVID-19 cases with exceptional situation to SDG: Good health and well-being. Journal of Statistics and Management Systems, 24(1), 209-228. Taylor & Francis, WoS (ESCI), ABDC-Category C, ISSN No: 0972-0510.

Pal, S.K. and Singh, H.P. (2021): Investigation of competent estimation procedure for estimating the finite population mean at current occasion addressing non-response in two occasion successive sampling. Journal of Statistics Theory and Practice, 15(1), 1-31. Springer, Scopus, WoS (ESCI), Q4, ISSN No: 1559-8608, Impact Factor: 0.701.

Pal, S.K. and Singh, H.P. (2021): Ratio-type exponential estimator for the population mean at the current occasion in the presence of non-response in successive sampling. Sankhya: The Indian Journal of Statistics, 83-B(2), 371-394. Springer, Scopus, WoS (ESCI), Q4, ISSN No: 0976-8394, Impact Factor: 0.570.

Pal, S.K., Singh, H.P. and Solanki, R.S. (2020): A new efficient class of estimators of finite population mean in sample random sampling.  Afrika Matematika, 31(3-4), 595-607. Springer, Scopus, WoS (ESCI), Q2, ISSN No: 1012-9405, Impact Factor: 1.043.

Mehta, V., Singh, H.P. and Pal, S.K. (2020): A general procedure for estimating finite population mean using ranked set sampling. Revista Investigación Operacional, 41(1), 80-92. Scopus, WoS (SCIE), Q4, ISSN No: 0257-4306, Impact Factor: 0.210.

Pal, S.K., Kumar, V., Singh, H.P. and Bagwala, F. (2019):  A study based on chain ratio-type and chain ratio-ratio-type exponential estimator for estimating the population mean in systematic sampling. International Journal of Agricultural and Statistical Sciences, 15(2), 633-642. Scopus, WoS (ESCI), Q4, ISSN No: 0973-1903, Impact Factor: 0.170. NAAS Rating: 5.13.

Pal, S.K., Singh, H.P. and Mehta, V. (2019): Use of linear and power transformations for estimating the population mean in two-occasion successive sampling. Revista Investigación Operacional, 40(5), 687-698. Scopus, WoS (SCIE), Q4, ISSN No: 0257-4306, Impact Factor:  0.210.

Singh, H.P., Yadav, A. and Pal, S.K. (2018):  An efficient use of two auxiliary variables in stratified random sampling. International Journal of Agricultural and Statistical Sciences, 14(2), 739-747. Scopus, WoS (ESCI), Q4, ISSN No: 0973-1903, Impact Factor: 0.170. NAAS Rating: 5.13.

Pal, S.K. and Singh, H.P. (2018): Estimation of mean with two-parameter ratio-product-ratio estimator in double sampling using ancillary information under non-response. Journal of Modern Applied Statistical Methods, 17(2), 1-32. Scopus, WoS (ESCI), Q3, ISSN No: 1538-9472, Impact Factor:  0.130.

Sharma, P. and Pal, S.K. (2018): Estimation of population mean in presence of random non-response. Journal of Statistics and Management Systems, 21(6), 1105-1119. Taylor & Francis, WoS   (ESCI), C, ISSN No: 0972-0510.

Singh, H.P. and Pal, S.K. (2018): An efficient new class of estimators of population variance using information on auxiliary attribute in sample surveys. Hacettepe Journal of Mathematics and Statistics, 47(1), 267-277. Scopus, WoS (SCIE), Q2, ISSN No: 1303-5010, Impact Factor: 0.929.

Singh, H.P., Mishra, A.C. and Pal, S.K. (2018): Improved estimator of population total in PPS sampling. Communication in Statistics-Theory and Methods, 47(4), 912-934. Taylor & Francis, Scopus, WoS (SCIE), Q3, ISSN No: 0361-0926, Impact Factor: 0.612, NAAS Rating: 6.35.

Pal, S.K., Singh, H.P., Kumar, S. and Chatterjee, K. (2018): A family of efficient estimators of the finite population mean in simple random sampling. Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, 88(5), 920-934. Taylor & Francis, Scopus, WoS (SCIE), Q2, ISSN No: 0094-9655, Impact Factor: 0.918, NAAS Rating: 6.87.

Singh, H.P., Pal, S.K. and Yadav, A. (2018): A study on the chain ratio-ratio-type exponential estimator for finite population variance. Communication in Statistics-Theory and Methods, 47(6), 1447-1458. Taylor & Francis, Scopus, WoS (SCIE), Q3, ISSN No: 0361-0926, Impact Factor: 0.612, NAAS Rating: 6.35.

Pal, S.K. and Singh, H.P. (2018): Estimation of finite population mean using auxiliary information in presence of non-response. Communication in Statistics-Simulation and Computation, 47(1), 143-165.  Taylor & Francis, Scopus, WoS (SCIE), Q2, ISSN No: 0361-0918, Impact Factor: 0.651, NAAS Rating: 6.50.

Pal, S.K. and Singh, H.P. (2017):  A generalized efficient ratio-cum-product estimator in systemic sampling. International Journal of Agricultural and Statistical Sciences, 13(2), 713-720. Scopus, WoS (ESCI), Q4, ISSN No: 0973-1903, Impact Factor: 0.194. NAAS Rating: 5.13.

Pal, S.K. and Singh, H.P. (2017): Use of power transformation for estimating the population mean in presence of non-response in successive sampling. Journal of Applied Mathematics, Statistics and Informatics, 13(2), 109-140.  De-Gruyter, WoS (ESCI), ISSN No: 1339-0015.

Pal, S.K. and Singh, H.P. (2017): Efficient utilization of auxiliary information on estimation of population mean using exponential type estimators in successive sampling. Journal of Statistical Theory and Applications, 16(4), 476-489. WoS (ESCI), ISSN No: 1538-7887, Impact Factor: 0.310.

Pal, S.K. and Singh, H.P. (2017): Estimation of finite population mean using auxiliary information in systematic sampling. International Journal of System Assurance Engineering and Management, 8(2), 1392-1398. Springer, Scopus, WoS (ESCI), Q2, ISSN No: 0975-6809, Impact Factor:  0.270.

Singh, H.P. and Pal, S.K. (2017): A review of chain type estimators and a new chain type multivariate regression approach for population under two occasion successive sampling. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, India Section A: Physical Sciences, 87, 31-56. Springer, Scopus, WoS (SCIE), Q3, ISSN No: 0369-8203, Impact Factor: 1.254, NAAS Rating: 6.75.

Pal, S.K., and Singh, H.P. (2017): A class of ratio cum ratio type exponential estimators for population mean with sub sampling the non-respondents. Jordan Journal of Mathematics and Statistics, 10(1), 73-94. WoS (ESCI), ISSN No: 2075-7905, Impact Factor: 0.120.

Singh, H.P., Pal, S.K. and Solanki, R.S. (2017): A new class of estimators of finite population mean in sample surveys. Communication in Statistics-Theory and Methods, 46(6), 2630-2637. Taylor & Francis, Scopus, WoS (SCIE), Q3, ISSN No: 0361-0926, Impact Factor: 0.612, NAAS Rating: 6.35.

Singh, H.P. and Pal, S.K. (2017): A class of exponential type ratio estimators of general parameters. Communication in Statistics-Theory and Methods, 46(8), 3957-3984. Taylor & Francis, Scopus, WoS (SCIE), Q3, ISSN No: 0361-0926, Impact Factor: 0.612, NAAS Rating: 6.35.

Singh, H.P. and Pal, S.K. (2017): Search of good rotation pattern using exponential method of estimation in two occasion successive sampling. Communication in Statistics-Theory and Methods, 46(11), 5466-5486. Taylor & Francis, Scopus, WoS (SCIE), Q3, ISSN No: 0361-0926, Impact Factor: 0.612, NAAS Rating: 6.35.

Singh, H.P. and Pal, S.K. (2017): Estimation of population variance using known coefficient of variation of an auxiliary variable in sample surveys. Journal of Statistics and Management Systems, 20(1), 91-111. Taylor & Francis, WoS (ESCI), C, ISSN No: 0972-0510.

Singh, H.P. and Pal, S.K. (2017): Improvement over variance estimation using auxiliary information in sample surveys. Communication in Statistics-Theory and Methods, 46(15), 7732-7750. Taylor & Francis, Scopus, WoS (SCIE), Q3, ISSN No: 0361-0926, Impact Factor: 0.612, NAAS Rating: 6.35.

Singh, H.P. and Pal, S.K. (2017): Estimation of population mean in two occasion successive sampling. Communication in Statistics-Simulation and Computation, 46(6), 4908-4973. Taylor & Francis, Scopus, WoS (SCIE), Q2, ISSN No: 0361-0918, Impact Factor: 0.651, NAAS Rating: 6.50.

Pal, S.K. and Singh, H.P. (2016): Finite population mean estimation through a two-parameter ratio estimator using auxiliary information in presence of non-response. Journal of Applied Mathematics, Statistics and Informatics, 12(2), 5-39.  De-Gruyter, WoS (ESCI), ISSN No: 1339-0015

Singh, H.P. and Pal, S.K. (2016): An efficient class of estimators of finite population variance using quartiles. Journal of Applied Statistics, 43(10), 1945-1958. Taylor & Francis, Scopus, WoS (SCI), Q2, ISSN No: 0266-4763, Impact Factor: 1.013, NAAS Rating: 6.70.

Singh, H.P. and Pal, S.K. (2016): Search of good rotation patterns through exponential type regression estimator in successive over two occasions. Italian Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, 36, 567-582. Scopus, WoS, Q3, ISSN No: 1126-8042, Impact Factor: 0.397.

Singh, H.P. and Pal, S.K. (2016): An efficient effective rotation pattern in successive sampling over two occasions. Communication in Statistics-Theory and Methods, 45(17), 5017-5027. Taylor & Francis, Scopus, WoS (SCIE), Q3, ISSN No: 0361-0926, Impact Factor: 0.612, NAAS Rating: 6.35.

Singh, H.P. and Pal, S.K. (2016): Use of several auxiliary variables in estimating the population mean in two-occasion rotation pattern. Communication in Statistics-Theory and Methods, 45(23), 6928-6942. Taylor & Francis, Scopus, WoS (SCIE), Q3, ISSN No: 0361-0926, Impact Factor: 0.612, NAAS Rating: 6.35.

Singh, H.P. and Pal, S.K. (2016): Improved estimation of finite variance using auxiliary information in presence of measurement errors. Revista Investigación Operacional, 37(2), 147-162. Scopus, WoS (SCIE), Q4, ISSN No: 0257-4306, Impact Factor:  0.210.

Singh, H.P. and Pal, S.K. (2016): A new family of estimators of the population variance using information on population variance of auxiliary variable in sample surveys. Statistics in Transition-new series, 17(4), 605-630. Scopus, WoS, Q4, ISSN No: 1234-7655, Impact Factor:  0.221.

Solanki, R.S., Singh, H.P. and Pal, S.K. (2015): Improved ratio-type estimators of finite population variance using quartiles. Hacettepe Journal of Mathematics and Statistics, 44(3), 747-754. Scopus, WoS (SCIE), Q2, ISSN No: 1303-5010, Impact Factor: 0.929.

Singh, H.P., Pal, S.K. and Solanki, R.S. (2014): A new procedure for estimation of finite population variance using auxiliary information. Journal of Reliability and Statistical Studies, 7(2), 149-160. WoS (ESCI), ISSN No: 2229-5666, Impact Factor: 0.185, NAAS Rating: 4.97.

Book Chapter

Mukherjee, S., Baral, M.M., Chittipaka, V., Srivastava, S.C., Pal, S.K. (2021): Discussing the impact of Industry 4.0 in agriculture supply chain. Recent Advances in Smart Manufacturing and Materials. Lecture notes in Mechanical Engineering, 301-307, Singapore. Springer, Scopus, Q4, ISSN No: 2195-4356, Impact Factor: 0550. 

Summer Training Programme, Seminar/ Workshops Attended

Attended online five days National Workshop on “Multivariate Analysis & Graphics with R Software” held on June 14-18, 2021 organized by Science Tech Institute, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India.

Attended online two-week Refresher Course / Faculty Development Programme in Statistics on the theme “Applications of Statistical Techniques in Real World” held on May 01-15, 2021, sponsored by Ministry of Education, organized by Teaching Learning Centre, Ramanujan College, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India.

Attended online two-week National FDP on “Managing Online Classes and Co-Creating MOOCS” held on April 13-17, 2020, sponsored by Ministry of Human Resource Development, organized by Teaching Learning Centre, Ramanujan College, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India.

Attended online seven days Workshop on “Data Analytics and Interpretation using SPSS” held on June 15-21, 2020, organized by School of Commerce & Management Studies, Dayananda Sagar University, Bangalore, India. 

Attended five days Orientation Programme in “Science Sciences for Research Scholar” held on January 16-20, 2017, sponsored by Indian council of Social Science Research, New Delhi, organized by M.P. Institute of Socials Science Research, Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India.

Attended one-week National Workshop on “In-Silico Statistical Tools and Their Applications in Bio-Sciences” held on March 14-19, 2015, organized by the Department of Statistics, Govt. (Model, Autonomous) Holkar Science Collage, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India.

Certifications

Organize Seminar/Conference/Workshop

One week National Workshop on “Data Analysis using SPSS/SAS/R Softwares” held on November 25-30, 2018, at the Department of Statistics, BFIT Group of Institutions, Suddhowala, Dehradun.

One day National Seminar on “Statistical Tools and Software used for making Project/ Dissertation/ Thesis” held on March 15, 2019, at the Department of Statistics, BFIT Group of Institutions, Suddhowala, Dehradun.

Resource Person / Guest Lecture / Key Note Speaker / Session Chair

Surya K. Pal (2021): Delivered Invited talk in National Webinar on the occasion of “National Statistics Day” on the topic “Applications of Statistical Analysis in Agriculture” held on June 29, 2021, organized by Faculty of Agriculture Sciences, Mandsaur University, Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh, India.

Surya K. Pal (2020): Delivered Invited talk under the program of “Knowledge Series” on the topic “Statistics for Business Decisions” held on December 9-14, 2020, organized by Department of MBA, Pt. S.N. Shukla University, Shahdol, Madhya Pradesh, India.

Surya K. Pal (2020): Chaired a Technical Session in the International Conference on “Recent Tends and Innovations in Multidisciplinary Research” held on March 14, 2020, organized by IEC University, Baddi, Himachal Pradesh, India.                                                                                                                                

Surya K. Pal (2020): Chaired a Technical Session in 3rd International Conference on “Developments through Skills and Innovations” held on February 15, 2020, organized by GGNIMT Ludhiana, Punjab, India.

Surya K. Pal (2019):  Delivered Invited talk in National Seminar on “Research Methodology & Experimental Designs”, on the topic “Application of Experimental Design in Research Methodology” held on February 28, 2019, organized by Department of Horticulture & Forestry, BFIT Group of Institutions, Suddhowala, Dehradun.

Supervised research project

Simultaneous Selection of Most Stable and High Yielding Genotypes by Non Parametric Methods in Crop Improvement Program.

Area of Interest

  • Applied Mathematics and Statistics
  • Multivariate Data Analysis using SPSS
  • Computational Statistics with R & Python
  • Engineering Mathematics & Numerical Analysis
  • Quantitative Techniques & Operations Research