India 2023: Dr.P.V.RADHIKA | Assistant Professor, Psychologist

Delegate: Dr.P.V.RADHIKA

Affiliation: Assistant Professor, Psychologist

Short Bio: This is Dr.P.V.Radhika, incidentally born on September 5th, the Birthday of Dr.Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.

The inherent bold qualities in me pushed me towards innumerable competitions and extracurricular activities.

Maybe this, incidentally lead me to choose a flexible career path that allows me to focus on interpersonal relationships and communication skills.

The much enriched Research experience and disciplined routine motivated me, to continue my Doctorate at CESS itself, under ICSSR, NewDelhi Fellowship. The journey with CESS, for 10 years boosted my confidence and I never stopped writing, in Research and Print Media, especially to The Hindu, Eenadu, HansIndia.
Now, writing Research articles has become my part of my professional journey and also, and I earned a good reputation as Faculty for Chartered Accountants.
With due qualifications, I applied for APPSC Degree Lecturers Exam, to my pleasure, I was selected in both Written and Oral Interviews out of 2 lakh candidates.
In the Interview panel, APPSC Chairman encountered with many challenging questions which I answered confidentially. Finally, I was selected and posted at Pamarru Government Degree College.
To my credit, I did 8 Post Graduation degrees in Commerce, Management, Sociology, Psychology, Human Resources, Tourism and Travel Management, and Education.
I contributed nearly 100 articles, and as Faculty, I researched for more than 50 papers published and presented at conferences and seminars.
As Faculty, I teach for the Rural student community, which is a bit challenging arena, we need to put lots of effort to deal with and motivate them. I can say that I succeeded to some extent, where students have become my dearest.

Similarly, with due motivation from Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, I started a web platform, namely, TRUSHNA – the quest for knowledge, with participation from all sections of society.
Another milestone in my career was Translation. I regularly translate World Theatre Day Messages, every March given in different world languages into our Mother tongue, Telugu by world eminent personalities. I feel proud that these messages were uploaded to the ITI, Shanghai website. I completed 6 years of my translated work. Now it is my pleasure to share that I translated 4 modules of MHRD -SWAYAM courses and 6 modules from IGNOU. I was also a Resource Person to Ramanujan College, University of Delhi, Sasmira College, Mumbai, A.P.HRD, Bapatla.
I am an active Public speaker, in a few leading Television channels for debates,
I am also a Counseling Psychologist, who will counsel at Women’s Police Station, for Eveteasing and divorce cases.

I was a Master Trainer to the Faculty of Government Degree Colleges in renderings Skill Development Courses initiated by the Commissionerate of Collegiate Education.

It’s my pleasure to share that I receive 4 Excellence awards from IESA, ESN publications Dr. A.P.J.Abdul Kalam Academic Excellence Award, ICERT- Dr.Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Excellence Award in 2019, 2020, and 2022 respectively.
I am a Faculty, Counsellor, Public Speaker, Translator, Mentor, Coordinator, Freelance Content Writer, I always love to teach students and enrich our knowledge and experience, as a consistent Learner…
Since Learning is a continuous process that never ends……
Hope I am contributing my best to all. —


Activity: 1. Awareness about World Sleep Day via Social Media and at our College:

Sleep Deprivation and Its Effects on Students

Sleep deprivation is a common problem among students, particularly during exam periods. Students often prioritize academic work and compromise their sleep time, leading to sleep deprivation. Sleep deprivation has numerous negative effects on students’ physical and mental health, academic performance, and social life.
Sleep deprivation impairs cognitive function, including attention, concentration, and memory, which negatively impacts academic performance. Students who do not get enough sleep tend to have poor concentration and memory, leading to poor academic performance. Sleep deprivation can also lead to irritability, mood swings, and even depression, negatively affecting social relationships.
Furthermore, sleep deprivation increases the risk of accidents, particularly among students who drive or operate heavy machinery. Drowsiness caused by sleep deprivation impairs cognitive function, leading to poor judgment and reaction time, increasing the risk of accidents.
Tips for Students to Improve Sleep

Getting adequate sleep is critical for students’ academic success and overall well-being. Students must prioritize sleep and take steps to improve their sleep quality. Here are some tips to help students improve their sleep:
Stick to a sleep schedule: Students should aim to go to bed and wake up at the same time every day to regulate their sleep-wake cycle.
Create a sleep-friendly environment: Students should create a sleep-friendly environment by keeping their bedroom dark, quiet, and cool.
Avoid caffeine and nicotine: Students should avoid caffeine and nicotine, particularly before bedtime, as they can interfere with sleep.
Limit screen time: Students should limit their screen time before bedtime as exposure to screens can interfere with sleep.
Practice relaxation techniques: Students should practice relaxation techniques such as meditation and deep breathing to reduce stress and promote sleep.
Exercise regularly: Regular exercise can improve sleep quality, helping students to sleep better at night.

2. Invited as Guest Speaker at reputed Higher Education Institution- P.B.Siddhartha College of Arts and Science, Vijayawada.

3. Motivated students to PLEDGE with the THEME OF WORLD SLEEP DAY,2023


Date of Activity: 17-03-2023

Submitted by: Dr.P.V.Radhika