Dr. Asok Kumar Ghosh

  • Birth Date : September 9, 1951
  • Citizenship : Indian
  • ADDRESS:

    Space Tower, G8 Rabindra Palli,
    P.O.: Jyangra, Baguihati-Joramandir,
    Kolkata 700 059, INDIA.

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* Professor, Department of Sports Science & Yoga, Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute, Belur Math, Howrah. Joined in 1st November 2016.

Administrative Experience

  1. From 1992 to 1997, I was DIRECTOR (Sports Sciences), Sports Authority of India, Delhi Branch. As a Director (Sports Science), I was in charge of the following 3 sections: Human Performance Laboratory, Sports Medicine Center and Dope Control Laboratory.

    The Human Performance Laboratory was engaged in providing scientific support to the national athletes and also to young children selected under the Talent Identification program. This Human Performance Laboratory consisted of various sports science departments, like exercise physiology, sports psychology, kinanthropometry, biomechanics. My duties were to supervise all the activities of Human Performance Laboratory, including the Talent Identification program, selection of talent at grass root level as well as the scientific monitoring of the selected sports children. As a Director, I used to supervise all the administrative and technical areas of the Sports Medicine Center and Dope Control Laboratories also, including the purchase and maintenance of major equipment, medicines, chemicals etc.

  2. As a senior sports scientist/sports physiologist, I was one of the members in the selection of Research Fellows for Sports Science Research Fellowship program from 1992 to 2002.
  3. I was a member of the technical committee for the selection of elite athletes. I accompanied the Indian Rowing Team to 2002 Busan Asian Games as a sports scientist to monitor the performance. India won the bronze medal in male coxless 4 events.
  4. I actively participated in the Pre Asian Games scientific congress held at National institute of Sports, Patiala in 1982.
  5. Monitoring the performance of the sports persons mainly in badminton, hockey, boxing, rowing, wrestling, middle and long distance running was the primary goal in my 20 yrs of career in National Institute of Sports, India.
  6. I contributed in developing sports science laboratories at various centers of National Institute of Sports in India.
  7. I was also one of the Reviewer of Projects of Department of Science & Technology, India (1992-1997).
  8. I was a board member of
    1. School of Medical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Kubang Kerian.
    2. School of Health Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Kubang Kerian.
  9.  Member of scientific advisory committee of Intensive Course on Sports Sciences, held at USM, Kubang Kerian, 2003.
  10. Member of scientific advisory committee of Intensive Course on Sports Sciences, held at USM, Kubang Kerian, in August 2005.
  11. Advisor of Continued Medical Education for M.Sc. sports science in Sports Science Unit, School of Medical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Kubang Kerian.
  12. Assessor of Continued Medical Education for M.Sc. sports science in Sports Science Unit, School of Medical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Kubang Kerian.
  13. Mentor of the Under graduate students in Universiti Sains Malaysia, Kubang Kerian.
  14. Examiner for M.Sc. and Ph. D. thesis of Sport Science Unit in USM, Kubang Kerian.
  15. Advisor/Mentor of students in Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University Tunku Abdul Rahman, Sungai Long, Selangor, Malaysia from 2011 to 2016.

Research Articles (1975 – 1980):

  1. A.K. Ghosh, J.K. Ghosh, A. Devi and S. Kundu. Heart rate responses to cold water immersion of extremities – Indian Journal of Physiology and Allied Sciences, 29,2, 64-69, 1975.
  2. S. Kundu, J.K. Ghosh, A.K. Ghosh and A. Devi. Seasonal cold acclimatization and sympathetic responses in man – Indian Journal of Physiology and Allied Sciences, 31,2, 71-80, 1977.
  3. D.N.Tiberwala, A.K. Ghosh, A. Goswami, S. Ganguli and K.S. Bose. Biomechanical and bioenergetic studies on human gait – Medical and Life Science Engineering, UK, 5,2, 81-92, 1979.
  4. A.K. Ghosh, D. N. Tiberwala, P. Mukherjee, S. Chakraborti and S. Ganguli. Preliminary studies on static weight distribution under human foot as a measure of lower extremity disability. Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing, (UK), 17, 737-741, 1979.
  5. A.K. Ghosh, D.N. Tiberwala, P. Mukherjee, S. Chakraborti and S. Ganguli. An improved approach of performance evaluation in human lower extremity involvement – Journal of Biomedical Engineering, (UK), 2,2, 121-125, 1980.
  6. A.K. Ghosh and S. Ganguli. Performance Evaluation of a below knee amputee shopfloor worker. Journal of the Institution of Engineers (India), 61, 1, 51-64, IDGE, 1980.
  7. S. Ganguli and A.K. Ghosh. Bioengineering for the benefit of the orthopaedically handicapped persons – Bulletin of the vocational Rehabilitation Centre for the Physically Handicapped, Ministry of Labour, Government of India, 1980.
  8. A.K. Ghosh and S. Ganguli. Ergonomic observations on a below knee amputee shopfoor worker – Indian Journal of Industrial Medicine, 26,1, 322-332, 1980.
  9. A.K. Ghosh, D. N. Tiberwala, S. R. Dasgupta, A. Goswami and S. Ganguli. Metabolic cost of walking at different speeds with axillary crutches – Ergonomics, (UK), 23,6, 571-577, 1980.
  10. D.N. Tiberwala, A.K. Ghosh and S. Ganguli. An integrated biomechanical-bioenergetic technique for evaluation of human locomotion. Journal of Medical Engineering and Technology, (UK), 4, 5, 441-446, 1980.Page 3 of 25

Research Articles (1981 – 1990):

  1. A. Goswami, A.K. Ghosh and S. Ganguli. Assessment of handicapped mobility aids by means of speed and heart rate – Journal of the Institution of Engineers (India), 62, 55-57, IDGE,3, 1982.
  2. A.K. Ghosh, S. Ganguli and K. S. Bose. Metabolic energy demand and optimal speed of walking in post-polio subjects with lower limb afflictions. Applied Ergonomics, (UK), 13,4, 259-262, 1982.
  3. M.S. Malhotra, A.K. Ghosh, and G. L. Khanna. Physical and physiological stresses playing hockey on grassy and astroturf field. – Society of National Institute of Physical Education & Sports Journal, (India), April, 1983. pg. 13-20.
  4. G.L Khanna, A.K. Ghosh, J. G. Sharma and M. S Malhotra. Physiological status of some judoists in India. – Society of National Institute of Physical Education & Sports Journal, (India), 6,2, 21-27, 1983.
  5. A. Goswami, A.K. Ghosh, S. Ganguli and A. K. Banerjee. Aerobic capacity of the severely disabled Indians – Ergonomics,(UK), 27,12, 1267-1269, 1983.
  6. A.K. Ghosh and A. Ahuja. A modified test for evaluation of physical fitness of sportsmen involved in ball games. – Society of National Institute of Physical Education & Sports Journal, (India)7, 4, 57-64, 1984.
  7. A.K. Ghosh, G. L. Khanna and A. Ahuja. Pulmonary capacities of sportsmen involved ball games – Society of National Institute of Physical Education & Sports Journal, (India), 7,1,96-101, 1984.
  8. A.K. Ghosh, G. L. Khanna and A. Ahuja. Lung Volumes and physique : intercorrelation in sportsmen – Society of National Institute of Physical Education & Sports Journal, (India), 7,3, 45-49, 1984.
  9. S. Jain, A.K. Ghosh and G. L. Khanna. Relationship of urinary excretion of uric acid and maximum aerobic power of Indian national boxers : a pilot study. Society of National Institute of Physical Education & Sports Journal, (India), 8, 2, 55-61, 1985.
  10. A.K. Ghosh, H. Singh, A. Ahuja and R. L. Anand. Effect of 4 weeks training camp on physical fitness and body fat of national women hockey team. – Society of National Institute of Physical Education & Sports Journal, 8, 2, 50-54, 1985.
  11. R.L. Anand and A.K. Ghosh. Effect of six weeks pre-competition training on cardiorespiratory efficiency of Indian female hockey players – Proceedings of the FISU Conference, 1985, Kobe Japan, pg. 300-301.
  12. G.L Khanna,., A. Ahuja and A.K. Ghosh. Morphphysiological characteristics of Indian youth basketball players – Hungarian Review of Sports Medicine, 26,4, 243-249, 1985.
  13. A Ahuja, and A.K. Ghosh. Pre-Asiad ’82 injuries in elite Indian athletes- British Journal of Sports Medicine, 19, 1, 24-27, 1985.
  14. A.K. Ghosh, A. Ahuja and G. L. Khanna. Body composition, strength and cardiovascular efficiency of 252 sportsmen of various disciplines – Society of National Institute of Physical Education & Sports Journal, 9,3, 56-61, 1986.
  15. A.K. Ghosh and A. Ahuja. Physical fitness level of a lone Indian female marathon runner – Proc. Rath International Youth Marathon, India, 1985, p 10.
  16. A.K. Ghosh and A. Ahuja. Pulmonary capacities of some groups of sportsmen in India. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 19, 4, 1985.Page 4 of 25
  17. A.K. Ghosh, G. L. Khanna, A. Ahuja and T.P.S. Puri. Physiological variables of Indian national badminton players at anaerobic threshold level – World Badminton, 15, 4, 1987, pg. 16.
  18. A.K. Ghosh, A. Ahuja and G. L. Khanna. Distance run as a predictor of aerobic endurance (VO 2 max) of sportsmen – Indian Journal of Medical Research, 86, 680-684, 1987.
  19. A.K. Ghosh, R. Paliwal, A. Ahuja and J. Sam. Effect of detraining on aerobic and anaerobic capacity of basketball players and their restoration – Indian Journal of Medical Research, 86, 522-527, 1987.
  20. G.L. Khanna, A.K. Ghosh and P. Mazumdar. Intercorrelation of psychophysiological responses of Indian school football players during graded ergometry- National Institute of Sports Scientific Journal, India, 11, 2, 86-95, 1988.
  21. G.L Khanna., A.K. Ghosh, Singh H., Chawla S.S.(1988) Physique and motor abilities of Indian women cricketers, Res. Ann. Movement, 1988. 3 1-38.
  22. A.K. Ghosh, P. Mazumdar, A. Goswami and G. L. Khanna. Aerobic-anerobic transition level of Indian middle and long distance runners – Indian Journal of Medical Research, 88, 371-375, 1988.
  23. A.K. Ghosh, G. L. Khanna, A. Ahuja, P. Mazumdar and D. N. Mathur. Maximal Oxygen Consumption and Oxygen Debt of Elite Indian Hockey Players at Different Positions. Hungarian Review of Sports Medicine. 13, 131 – 136, 1988.
  24. A.K. Ghosh, P. Mazumdar, A. Goswami, A. Ahuja and T.P.S. Puri. Heart rate and blood lactate response in competitive badminton – Annals of Sports Medicine, (USA), 5, 2, 85-88, 1990.
  25. A.K. Ghosh, A. Goswami and D.N. Mathur. Lactate removal pattern in Indian sportsmen – a pilot study: XIV Annual Conference of Indian Association of Sports Medicine, New Delhi, 28-29 July, 1990.

Research Articles (1991 – 2000):

  1. A.K. Ghosh, A. Goswami, P. Mazumdar and D. N. Mathur. Heart rate and blood lactate response in field hockey – Indian Journal of Medical Research, 94 (B), 351-356, 1991.
  2. A.K. Ghosh, A. Goswami and A. Ahuja. Physical and physiological profile of Indian national women hockey players – National Institute of Sports Scientific Journal, India, 14, 4, 1-9, 1991.
  3. G. L. Khanna, P. Mazumdar and A.K. Ghosh. Cardiorespiratory responses of elite Indian middle and long distance runners – National Institute of Sports Scientific Journal, India, 14. 4, 41-45, 1991.
  4. A.K. Ghosh. H. V. Nataraj and S. Joseph. Physical demand of playing kho-kho – National Institute of Sports Scientific Journal, (India), 15, 1, 11-19, 1992.
  5. A. Ahuja, A. Goswami, A. Adhikari and A.K. Ghosh. Evaluation of effects of revital on physical performance of sportsmen – The Indian Practitioner, XLV, 8, 685-688, 1992.
  6. A.K. Ghosh, A. Goswami and A. Ahuja. Evaluation of a sports specific training programme in badminton players – Indian Journal of Medical Research, 98 (b), 232-236, 1993.
  7. A. Ahuja, A.K. Ghosh and A. Goswami. Heart rate and blood lactate response in amateur boxing. Indian Journal of Medical Research, 102, Oct 1995, pp179-183.Page 5 of 25
  8. A. Goswami, D.N. Mathur and A.K. Ghosh. Blood lactate removal pattern after submaximal and supramaximal exercise. National Institute of Sports Scientific Journal, No 2, 11-15, April 1995.
  9. L. Ajita, R. Iqbal., S. Mukhopadhaya, M. Jain, and A.K. Ghosh.. The aerobic capacity and anaerobic threshold level of Indian senior and junior female hockey players. – Indian Journal of Physiology & Allied Sciences, 52, 2, 76 – 82, 1998.
  10. R. Iqbal and A.K. Ghosh. Queen’s College Test Revisited for estimation of aerobic capacity (VO 2 max). Indian Journal of Sports Traumatology and Allied Sports Sciences, vol 1, 12-18, 1999.
  11. R. Iqbal and A.K. Ghosh. Validation of Cooper’s 12 minute run test for estimation of aerobic capacity (VO 2 max). Indian Journal of Physiology & Allied Sciences. Vol. 53, No. 4, 164-171, 1999.
  12. R. Iqbal, V.K. Soni, N. Sharma, S. Mukahopadhaya and A.K. Ghosh. Heart rate and blood lactate response in limited over cricket match. Sports Authority of India Scientific Journal, 23 (2) : 21-31, 2000.

Research Articles (2001 – 2010):

  1. A.K. Ghosh and S. Mukhopadhya. Energy cost of elite female field hockey – Journal of Sports and Sports Sciences, India, 24 (2) : 10-16, 2001.
  2. A.K. Ghosh P.K. Bhandari, M. Sharma and S. Mukhopadhya. Physical demands of badminton strokes. – Journal of Sports & Sports Sciences., India, 25 (2): 9-15, 2002.
  3. A.K. Ghosh, S. Mukhopadhaya and S Mukherjee. Physiological profile of child footballers. – Indian Journal of Physiology & Allied Sciences Vol 56, No 12, p 370-375, 2002.
  4. A, Goel, R. Rai, G.S. Bhangu and A.K. Ghosh. Temporal factors for biomechanical evaluation of elite female hockey players. – Journal of Sports & Sports Sciences, India, Vol. 25(4):27-33, Dec 2002.
  5. Ahuja, A., Mathur, A.K. and Ghosh, A.K. Evaluation of performance enhancing effect of herbal EUMIL in a randomized controlled study in elite sportsmen. Phytomedica, Vol. 3 (1 & 2), p 22-30, 2002.
  6. MJ. Chander, B. Kaushal, A. Ahuja and A.K. Ghosh. Ergogenic effects of branded herbal medicine ‘EuMil’ in a randomized controlled study in elite boxers. Journal of Sports Sciences, 21 (4), 314-315, 2003.
  7. A.K. Ghosh, Anaerobic Threshold: Its Concept and Role in Endurance Sport. The Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences, January, 11, 1, 24-36, 2004.
  8. Asok Kumar Ghosh, Tengku Adnan Tengku Abdullah, Bal Kishan. Effect of Hot Environment on Repetitive Sprint Performance and Maximal Accumulated O 2 Deficit of Cyclists. International Journal of Sports Science and Engineering, Vol 2, No 2, p 94-100, 2008.
  9. Woo Mei Teng, Chen Chee Keong, Asok Kumar Ghosh. Effects of a Resistance Training Programme on Isokinetic Peak Torque and Anaerobic Power of 13-16 Years Old Taekwondo Athletes. International Journal of Sports Science and Engineering, Vol 2, No 2, p 111-121, 2008.
  10. Asok Kumar Ghosh, Heart rate and blood lactate responses during execution of some specific strokes in badminton drills. – International Journal of Applied Sports Science, Vol 20, No 2, p27-36, 2008.
  11. Chee Lee Ming, Chen Chee Keong and Asok Kumar Ghosh. Time Motion and Notational Analysis of 21 Point and 15 Point Badminton Match Play – International Journal of Sports Science and Engineering, vol 2, no.4, 216-222, 2008.Page 6 of 25
  12. Hishamuddin Ahmad, Rabindarjeet Singh and Asok Kumar Ghosh. Glucose and insulin responses at rest following the ingestion of different physical forms of a sago meal. Indian Journal of Medical Research, 130, Aug 2009, 160-165.
  13. Asok Kumar Ghosh, Heart rate, oxygen consumption and blood lactate responses during specific training in amateur boxing. International Journal of Applied Sports Science ; Vol. 22, No. 1, p 1-12, 2010.
  14. Asok Kumar Ghosh, A. Abdul Rahaman and Rabindarjeet Singh. Combination of sago and soy protein supplementation during endurance cycling exercise can improve subsequent cycling time trial performance. International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism. 20, 216-223, 2010.
  15. Mohd Rahimi Che Jusoh, Asok Kumar Ghosh – Effects of Soy Protein Supplementation on High Intensity Cycling Performance In Hot And Humid Environment. In: Integration of Exercise and Sports Sciences, Physical Activity and Training for Sports Performance and Health, Ed by Chen Chee Keong, Ming Kai Chin, Asok Kumar Ghosh and Roger Cole, Universiti Sains Malaysia, 2010.
  16. Syahrul Ridhwan, Asok Kumar Ghosh, Chen Chee Keong – The Fractional Utilisation of Maximal Oxygen Consumption during Execution of Ground Strokes and in Simulated Match in 14 to 18 years Old Malaysian Singles’ Tennis Players. International Journal of Applied Sports Science, Vol. 22, No. 2, p45-65, 2010.
  17. Hairul Anuar Hashim, Zabidi Azhar Hussin, Chen Chee Keong, Asok Kumar Ghosh, Psychomotor and physiological responses to prolong walking in the heat in hydrated and dehydrated conditions among relaxation-trained army reserved personnel. British Journal of Sports Medicine – BRIT J SPORT MED 01/2010; 44(1).

Research Articles (2011):

  1. Hazwani Hanafi, Hairul Anwar Hasim and Asok Kumar Ghosh, – Effect of two types of relaxation training on selected psycho-physiological and psychomotor performance following repeated sub-maximal intensity exercises in school level athletes. International Journal of Applied Sports Science, Vol. 23, No. 1, p 183-197, 2011.
  2. Shazlin Shaharudin, Asok Kumar Ghosh, Ahmad Amir Ismail, – Anaerobic capacity of Physically Active Eumenorrheic Females at Mid-luteal and Mid-follicular Phases of Ovarian Cycle. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, (Italy), Vol. 51, No. 4, p 576-582, 2011.

Research Articles (2012):

  1. Tahereh Bagherpour, Hairul Anuar Hashim, Soumendra Saha and Asok Kumar Ghosh, Exploratory Factor Trait Sports Confidence Inventory (TSCI) Scale among Adolesent Taekwondo Players. Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research 11 (1): 106-112, 2012.
  2. Nur Hasanah Ruslan, Asok Kumar Ghosh, Adibah Alliah Abd. Razak, Rosline Hasan and Wan Soriany, Effect of Continuous and Intermittent Exercise Training Programme on Platelet Activation and Fibrinolytic Profile of Sedentary Males. International Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Sciences, Vol 2, No 2, pp 27-39, 2012.
  3. Asok Kumar Ghosh, Hairul Anwar Hasim, Hazwani Hanafi, Effect of relaxation training on selected psychomotor variables in physically fatigued state. Proceedings of the 1 st International Conference on Behavioral and Social Science Research, Faculty of Arts and Social Science, University Tunku Abdul Rahman, Kampar, Perak, pp187 – 190, 2012.Page 7 of 25
  4. Tahereh Bagherpour, , Hairul Anuar Hashim, , Soumendra Saha, Asok Kumar Ghosh. Comparison of long – Term Effects of Internal Imagery and Progressive Muscle Relaxation on Brunel Mood among Malaysian and Iranian Taekwondo athletes. – 2012 International Conference on Education and Management Innovation, IPEDR vol.30 (2012) © (2012) IACSIT Press, Singapore.

Research Articles (2014 – till date):

  1. Ooi, Foong Kiew; Norsyam, Wan Mohd; Ghosh, Asok Kumar; Sulaiman, Siti Amrah; Keong, Chen Chee; Hung, Leungkim. Effects of short-term swimming exercise on bone mineral density, geometry and microstructural properties in sham and ovariectomized Rats. Journal of Sport and Health Science, 12, 2014, p81 – 87.
  2. Nur-Hasanah Ruslan, Asok Kumar Ghosh, Rosline Hassan. A Comparative Study on Platelet Activation Markers Between Continuous and Intermittent Exercise Training Programs in Healthy Males. Journal of Hematology, 3 (3), 2014, 72-75.
  3. N.E.B. Mohd Jahir, Asok Kumar Ghosh and Soumendra Saha, Impact of visuomotor behaviour rehearsal on psychomotor ability and soccer performance. International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences, Jan 2016.
  4. Mohd Asri Arifin, Asok Kumar Ghosh and Mohamed Saat Ismail, Effect of isokinetic training on peak torque generated in knee osteoarthritis patients. Accepted in International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences. 2018.
  5. Mohd Asri Arifin and Asok Kumar Ghosh, Effect of isokinetic training on pain management and physical functional abilities in knee osteoarthritis patients. Accepted in International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences. 2018.

BOOKS/MONOGRAPHS/CHAPTERS (1984 – 2010)

  1. Sports Physiotherapy in a Sports Institute of India – By A Ahuja and A.K. Ghosh in ‘Sports Injuries’ Ed by Vivian Grisogono, Churchill Livingstone, pg. 69-88, 1989.
  2. Physical fitness norms of Indian national sportsmen/women – H. Singh, A.K. Ghosh, A. Ahuja. (Monograph) Netaji Subhas National Institute of Sports, Patiala, India, 1984.
  3. Physiological profile of elite Indian sportsmen/women – A.K. Ghosh, G.L. Khanna, A. Goswami, P. Mazumdar. (Monograph). Netaji Subhas National Institute of Sports, Patiala, India, 1987.
  4. Recovery oxygen debt analysis in graded maximal and supramaximal exercise – G. L. Khanna, A. K. Ghosh, A. Ahuja and D.N. Mathur. – In Sports Sciences, Health, Fitness and Performance, Ed By L. S. Sidhu et al, 151-156, 1987.
  5. Physiological evaluation of specific training in badminton – R. Dias and A.K. Ghosh. In : Reilly T, Hughes, M. and Lees A. (eds.) Science and Racket Sports. E & FN Spon, London, 1995, p 38-43.
  6. Editor: Integration of Exercise and Sports Sciences, Physical Activity and Training for Sports Performance and Health, Ed by Chen Chee Keong, Ming Kai Chin, Asok Kumar Ghosh and Roger Cole, Universiti Sains Malaysia, 2010.

Conference Papers (1979 – 2000):

  1. A.K. Ghosh, D.N. Tiberewala, P., Mukherjee, S Chakraborti and S. Ganguli. A preliminary study on static weight distribution under human foot – Proceedings of the Symposium on Topics in Applied Physics, Dept. of Applied Physics, Calcutta University, Calcutta, 1979.
  2. A. Banerjee, A.K. Ghosh , and S. Ganguli. Performance Evaluation of gymnasts – a new approach – Proceedings of the 9th Annual Conference of Indian Association of Sports Medicine, IPGMER, Calcutta, 1980.
  3. A. Goswami, A.K. Ghosh and S. Ganguli. Energy cost of driving tricycles – Digest of the 5 th Biomedical Science and Engineering Symposium, Jadavpur University, Calcutta,1981, pg 94.
  4. A.K. Ghosh, S. Ganguli and K.S. Bose. Energetics of above knee amputee gait with uni-axial hinge joint prostheses – Digest of the 5 th Biomedical Science and Engineering Symposium, Jadavpur University, Calcutta, pg. 95, 1981.
  5. A. Goswami, A.K. Ghosh, K.S. Bose and S. Ganguli. Estimation of physical working capacity of the severely handicapped by means of arm crank ergometry with modified seat design – Proceedings of the 69th session of Indian Science Congress, 1982.
  6. A.K. Ghosh, G.L. Khanna and M.S. Malhotra. Comparison of playing hockey on astroturf and natural turf: a bioenergetic approach – Proceedings of the International Congress of Sports Sciences, India, pg. 21, 1982.
  7. A.K. Ghosh, G.L. Khanna and M.S. Malhotra. Physiological evaluation of Judo players – Proceedings of the International Congress of Sports Sciences, India, pg. 10-11, 1982.Page 8 of 25
  8. G.L. Khanna, A.K. Ghosh, and M.S. Malhotra.Evaluation of specific fitness tests for basketball players – Proceedings of the International Congress of Sports Sciences, India, pg. 23, 1982.
  9. A.K. Ghosh, G.L. Khanna and M.S. Malhotra. Cardiorespiratory responses of playing hockey on grassy and astroturf field – Scientific Programme Abstract, 1984 Pre-Olympic Scientific Congress, pg. 86.
  10. R.L. Anand, R, Kelly and A.K. Ghosh. Intergroup variation in the physiological characteristics of Indian Basketball players – Proceedings of the FISU Conference, 1985, Kobe Japan, pg. 345-346.
  11. A.K. Ghosh, P. Mazumdar, A Goswami, D.N.Mathur. Intercorrelation of physical and physiological parameters of National Soccer players – Scientific Congress Abstracts, 1986 Asian Games Scientific Congress, p8, 1986.
  12. A. Ahuja and A.K. Ghosh. One year trauma incidence in elite sportsmen/women – Scientific Congress Abstracts, 1986 Asian Games Scientific Congress, p12, 1986.
  13. H. Singh, A.K. Ghosh, D.N. Mathur. Talent identification and promotion in sports – Scientific Congress Abstracts, 1986 Asian Games Scientific Congress, p18, 1986.
  14. Khanna G.L., Majumdar P., Ghosh A.K., Mathur D.N., (1988), Psycho-Physiological responses of Indian school footballers during graded ergometry. National Sports Psychology Conf., SPAI 1986, Abstract p.10. National Institute of Sports Scientific Journal 11(2),: 8-12.
  15. G.L. Khanna, A.K. Ghosh, P. Mazumdar and D.N. Mathur. Sex differentiation in the physiological variables of Indian road cyclists at anaerobic threshold level – Proceedings of the 74th Indian Science Congress, Part III, 1987, pg. 34.
  16. P. Mazumdar, G.L. Khanna, A. Goswami and A.K. Ghosh. Assessment of aerobic capacity, anaerobic capacity and aerobic to anaerobic transition point of handball players – Proceedings of the 74th Indian Science Congress, Part III, 1987, pg. 35.
  17. A.K. Ghosh, P. Mazumdar, G.L. Khanna and B. Bhatia. Morphophysiological profile of Indian Women soccer players – New Horizons of Human Movement (Seoul Olympic Scientific Congress), 1988, D 9, pg. 154.
  18. T.P.S. Puri, A.K. Ghosh and A.Ahuja. Aerobic-anaerobic demand in competitive badminton – New Horizons of Human Movement (Seoul Olympic Scientific Congress), 1988, D 9, pg. 251.
  19. T.P.S. Puri, A.K. Ghosh, A.Ahuja and. D.N. Mathur. Specific training – its effect on aerobic capacity and ventilatory anerobic threshold of badminton players – New Horizons of Human Movement (Seoul Olympic Scientific Congress), 1988, D 9, pg. 257.
  20. A.K. Ghosh, A. Ahuja, A. Goswami, P. Mazumdar, G.L. Khanna and S. Bhandari. Specific training and its effect on maximum aerobic capacity and ventilatory threshold of badminton players. Proceedings of Jakarta Coaching Seminar, Jakarta, Indonesian Badminton Association, 1989, p 2-6.
  21. A. Goswami and A.K. Ghosh. Movement and posture analysis in competitive sports – International Symposium of Ergonomics, Occupational Health, Safety and Environment, Indian Institute of
    Technology, Bombay, Jan 2-6, 1991.
  22. A.K. Ghosh, A.Ahuja and D.N. Mathur. Physiological demand of amateur boxing – International Symposium of Ergonomics, Occupational Health, Safety and Environment, Indian Institute of
    Technology, Bombay, Jan 2-6, 1991.
  23. Majumdar, P., Khanna, G.L., Mandal, M., Ghosh, A.K. Analysis of training segment of National badminton players. Proc. 81st Indian Science Congress. Part-IV, p.120, 1994.Page 9 of 25
  24. A.K. Ghosh, T.P.S. Puri, A.Ahuja and. D.N. Mathur. Effect of a short-term sports specific interval training programme on aerobic capacity and anaerobic threshold level of junior female badminton players. – Indian Science Congress proceedings, Jan 3-8, 1996, Punjabi University, Patiala, Punjab, India.
  25. A.K. Ghosh and P. Mazumdar. Intercorrelation of morphophysiological variables in high performance sports – Indian Science Congress proceedings, Section of Physiology, 1997, p 160-161. Delhi University, Delhi, India.

Conference Papers (2001 – 2010):

  1. A. K. Ghosh, Physiological Monitoring of Elite Athletes. 3 rd ISN (National Institute of Sports, Malaysia) Sports Medicine Conference , Holiday Villa, Subang Jaya, 29 th March- 1 st April, 2004.
  2. A. K. Ghosh, Scientific back up to the elite athletes: a physiological approach: SUKMA National Conference, 22-23 May 2004, Negeri Sambilan, Malaysia.
  3. A. K. Ghosh , Physiological bases of running events in athletics: Seminar ‘Training Methodology’ Bagi Jurulatih, 12 – 16 June 2004, Ipoh, Malaysia.
  4. A. K. Ghosh , Talent Identification: Indian Model. Seminar Malaysian Amateur Athletic Union (MAAU), 22 – 23 June 2004, Majlis Sukan Negara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  5. A. K. Ghosh , Sensitive period for development of motor qualities in children. Talent Identification Seminar, 22-25 Sept, 2004, Majlis Sukan Negara (National Sports Council), Kuala Lumpur.
  6. A. K. Ghosh , Somatotype and talent identification. Talent Identification Seminar, 22-25 Sept, 2004, Majlis Sukan Negara (National Sports Council), Kuala Lumpur.
  7. A. K. Ghosh , Aerobic and anaerobic capacity development and evaluation in children. Talent Identification Seminar, 22-25 Sept, 2004, Majlis Sukan Negara (National Sports Council), Kuala Lumpur.
  8. A. K. Ghosh , Analysis of movements and strokes in badminton – a physiological approach. 1 st Regional Conference on Human performance, 30 Nov-2 Dec 2004, University of Malay, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  9. Kavitha Menon, A. K. Ghosh and Rabindarjeet Singh, Nutritional requirements for badminton players . 1st Regional Conference on Human performance, 30 Nov-2 Dec 2004, University of Malay, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  10. Asok Kumar Ghosh, Azhar Mat Easa and Rabindarjeet Singh, Postpranadial plasma glucose responses and glycaemic indices of different forms of a sago meal. – Hishamuddin Ahmad, Abstracts of the 2oth Sci Conf of the Nutrition Society of Malaysia, 2005. –Malaysian Journal of Nutrition, Vol 11, No 1, pg S76, March, 2005.
  11. A. K. Ghosh, Applied physiological aspects of amateur boxing. 1 st Asia Pacific Conference, 27 th – 29 th March, 2005, University Malaysia Sabah, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
  12. Vina Tan Phei Sean, Mafauzy Mohamed and Asok Kumar Ghosh, Prescribed aerobic and resistance exercises improve insulin resistance in type II diabetes mellitus. Health and Medical Sciences Conference Proceedings, 24 th – 27 th May 2006, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, p78.
  13. A. Abdul Rahaman, Asok Kumar Ghosh and Rabindarjeet Singh, The effect of sago-soy protein supplementation on endurance cycling performance in thermo-neutral environment.
    4 th ISN Sports medicine and Sports Science International Conference, 25 th – 27 th May 2006, Palace of the Golden Horses, Kualalumpur, Conference handbook and Book of Abstract, p 74.Page 10 of 25
  14. Tengku Adnan Tengku Abdullah, Asok Kumar Ghosh and Bal Kishen, Effect of heat stress and prolonged submaximal exercise on anaerobic capacities of cyclists. 4 th ISN Sports medicine and Sports Science International Conference, 25 th – 27 th May 2006, Palace of the Golden Horses, Kualalumpur, Conference handbook and Book of Abstract, p 101.
  15. Woo, M.T., C.K. Chen, A.K. Ghosh and V. Thimurayan, Efects of resistance training on isokinetic strength and anaerobic power in adolescent male taekwondo athletes. 4 th ISN Sports medicine and Sports Science International Conference, 25 th – 27 th May 2006, Palace of the Golden Horses, Kualalumpur, Conference handbook and Book of Abstract, p 114.
  16. Tengku Adnan Tengku Abdullah, Asok Kumar Ghosh and Bal Kishen. Effect of prolonged sub-maximal exercise in the heat on repeated cycling sprint performances. Programme Abstract, 6 th Sports Science Conference, 24-26 July 2006, School of Medical Sciences, Health Campus, Universiti Sains Malaysia, p 27.
  17. Hishamuddin Ahmad, Rabindarjeet Singh and Asok Kumar Ghosh. The effect of a sago starch feedings before and during endurance cycling in the heat on subsequent time trial performance. Programme Abstract, 6 th Sports Science Conference, 24-26 July 2006, School of Medical Sciences, Health Campus, Universiti Sains Malaysia, p 33.
    118) Vina Tan Phei Sean, Asok Kumar Ghosh and Mafauzy Mohamed. Physiological changes after prescribed exercise programme in type 2 diabetes mellitus patients on long term oral hypoglycemic agents. Programme Abstract, 6 th Sports Science Conference, 24-26 July 2006, School of Medical Sciences, Health Campus, Universiti Sains Malaysia, p 39.
  18. Asok Kumar Ghosh, Physical demands of racket sports. Programme Abstract, 6 th Sports Science Conference, 24-26 July 2006, School of Medical Sciences, Health Campus, Universiti Sains Malaysia, p 23.
  19. Woo Mei Teng, Chen Chee Keong, Asok Kumar Ghosh and Visvanathan Thimurayam, Effects of exercise with elastic band on isokinetic strength of adolescent male taekwondo athletes. Proceedings 1 st International Symposium for Taekwondo Studies. p 73-81, 2007, Capital Institute of Physical Education, Beijing, China.
  20. Syahrul Ridhwan Morazuki, Asok Kumar Ghosh and Chen Chee Keong, The Physical and Physiological Demands of Singles Tennis Match In Junior State-level Players. Proceedings 7 th Sports Science Conference, 2007, p33. Sept 3-5 2007, Grand Riverview Hotel, Kota Bharu, Malaysia.
  21. Asok Kumar Ghosh, Tengku Adnan Tengku Abdullah, Bal Kishan, Effect of heat stress and prolonged submaximal exercise on accumulated O 2 deficit of cyclists. Proceedings of FISU Conference, Bangkok, Aug 2007, pp 405-411.
  22. Asok Kumar Ghosh, Tengku Adnan Tengku Abdullah, Bal Kishan. Effect of hot environment on MAOD of cyclists during repeated sprints. Proceedings of International Conference on Ergonomics ICE 2007, Kulal Lumpur, 3-5 Dec 2007.
  23. Shazlin Sharuddin, Asok Kumar Ghosh, Ahmad Amir Ismail, Maximal accumulated oxygen deficit (MAOD) of physically active females during midfollicular and midluteal phases of ovarian cycle. Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences, Vol 15, Suppl 1, 2008 p21 (Abstract). Oral presentation in 13th National Conference on Medical Sciences, Health Campus Universiti Sains Malaysia, Kelantan, 22-23 May 28, 2008.
  24. Nur Hasanah R, Abidah Alawiah AR, Asok Kumar Ghosh, Tariq R, Wan Soriany WMZ, Roslin H, Effect of continuous exercise on platelet activation coagulation and fibrinolytic profile of healthy male. Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences, Vol 15, Suppl 1, 2008 p164 (Abstract). Poster presentation in 13 th National Conference on Medical Sciences, Health Campus Universiti Sains Malaysia, Kelantan, 22-23 May 28, 2008.
  25. Effect of maltodextrin and soy combined supplementation on high intensity cycling performance – Asok Kumar Ghosh, A. Abdul Rahaman and Rabindarjeet Singh, (Oral Presentation) Pre-Olympic Scientific Congress ICSEMIS 2008, 1 st – 5 th Aug 2008, Guangzhou, China. 2008 ICSEMIS proceedings Vol 1, p 34- 35.
  26. Effect of Isokinetic Resistance Training Programme at Different Angular Velocities for Rehabilitation of Knee Ostoearthrities. Asok Kumar Ghosh, Mohd Asri Ariffin, Bal Kishan. Classifying Disability and Sports Technology Conference, Singapore, 20-22 Nov 2008. www.dcrc-asia.org/cdstc2008
  27. Effect of menstrual cycle phases on anaerobic capacity of physically active females.- Asok Kumar Ghosh, Shazlin Shaharudin, Ahmad Amir Ismail. 23 rd Scientific Meeting of Malaysian Society of Pharmacology and Physiology, Kuala Lumpur, 12-13 May 2009.
  28. Hazwani, H, Hashim, H.A., & Ghosh A.K. The Effects of Two Relaxation Techniques on Psychomotor, Psychological and Physiological Variables following Repeated Sub-Maximal Intensity Exercise among School Athletes. Joint Conference: 4th Asia-Pacific Conference on Exercise and Sports Science & 8th International Sports Science Conference, 15-17 July, 2009, Kota Bharu, Kelantan, Malaysia.
  29. Hazwani H., Hashim HA., & Ghosh AK. Psychomotor Performance of Young Soccer Players Following Repeated Intermittent High Intensity Cycling. 1st International Conference on Sports and Exercise Science 2009. December 1 – 3, 2009. The Twin Towers Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand.
  30. Wan Mohd Norsyam, Asok Kumar Ghosh, Ooi Foong Kiew, Chen Chee Keong, Siti Amrah, Somayeh Sadat Tavafzadeh Haghi, KaiMing Chan, LeungKim Hung, WingYin Hung (2009). Effects of swimming exercise on femoral bone densitometry and geometry in ovariectomised rats. 1st International Conference on Sports and Exercise Science, Bangkok, Thailand. 1-3 December, 2009.
  31. Hairul Anuar Hashim, Zabidi Hussin, Chen Chee Keong, Asok Kumar Ghosh (2009).Preliminary data on the physiological responses to prolonged walking in the heat in hydrated and dehydrated conditions among reserved army personnel. Programme Book of 38 th World Congress on Military Medicine, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (October 4-9, 2009)
  32. Asok Kumar Ghosh, Shazlin Saharudin and Ahmad Amir Ismail, Anaerobic capacity of physically active eumenorrheic females at mid-luteal and mid-follicular phases of menstrual cycle. Invited lecture (IL-29), XX! Annual Conference & Platinum Jubilee Celebration of the Physiological Society of India, International Conference on Integrative Physiology: Modern Perspective, Nov 12-14, 2009, Science City Convention Centre, Kolkata, India. Abstracts P136.
  33. Asok Kumar Ghosh, Mohd Asri Ariffin, Effect of isokinetic training at different angular velocities for rehabilitation of knee osteoarthritis. ICPESS 2010 Conference, 25-28 May 2010, National Institute of Education, Singapore.
  34. Asok Kumar Ghosh, Chee Lee Ming, Chen Chee Keong, Physiological analysis of singles’ badminton play in new and old scoring patterns. ICPESS 2010 Conference, National Institute of Education, Singapore, 25-28 May 2010.
  35. Chen, C.K. Wan Mohd Norsyam, W.N., Ooi, F.K., Ghosh, A.K., Sulaiman, S.A., Chan, K., Hung, L. and Hung, W. (2010). Femur and tibia bones respond differently to swimming exercise in ovariectomized rats. 21st Pan-Asian Congress of Sports and Physical Education, Nanchang, China on 24-25th April, 2010.

Conference Papers (2011 – till date):

  1. Asok Kumar Ghosh, Physiological Analysis of Singles’ Badminton. – 2 nd ASEAN Universities Conference on Physical Education and Sports Science, Department of Sports, Faculty of Educational Studies, University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia, July 7-8, 2012.Page 12 of 25
  2. Asok Kumar Ghosh, Hairul Anwar Hasim, Hazwani Hanafi, Effect of relaxation training on selected psychomotor variables in physically fatigued state. – 1 st International Conference on Behavioral and Social Science Research, Faculty of Arts and Social Science, University Tunku Abdul Rahman, Kampar, Perak, 2 nd Nov 2012.
  3. Asok Kumar Ghosh, Asri Arrifin. Effect of isokinetic training at two angular velocities on functional status of knee osteoarthritis patients, – The 8 th Pan Pacific Conference on Rehabilitation, University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines, 17 – 18 Nov 2012.
  4. Faizal Abdul Manaf • Asok Kumar Ghosh • Ang boon Suen • Ooi Foong Kiew • Wan Rosli Wan Ishak, Effectiveness of an isocaloric daily use food and sports drink as recovery aids on subsequent high-intensity cycling performance. Abstract book of 9th International Sports Science Conference, 25-28th June, Kota Bahru, Malaysia., Kota Bahru, Malaysia; 06/2012.
  5. Tahereh Bagherpour · Hairul Anuar Hashim · Soumendrasaha · Asok Kumar Ghosh, Comparison of long -Term Effects of Internal Imagery and Progressive Muscle Relaxation on Brunel Mood among Malaysian and Iranian Taekwondo athletes. 2012 International Conference on Education and Management Innovation; 06/2012.
  6. Tahereh Bagherpour • Hairul Anuar Hashim • Soumendrasaha • Asok Kumar Ghosh, Effects of Progressive Muscle Relaxation and Internal Imagery on Competitive State Anxiety Inventory – 2R among Taekwondo Athletes. 2012 International Conference on Education and Management Innovation; 06/2012.
  7. Asok Kumar Ghosh and Nur Hasanah Ruslan, Effect of an iso-intense continuous and intermittent training programme on VO 2 max and anthropometric profile of sedentary males. Annual International Conference Syiah Kuala University & ICMR Conference, Banda Aceh, Indonesia. 2-4 Oct 2013.

Lectures

  1. National and International course held for Coaches and Sports Medicine Specialists National Institute of Sports, Patiala, Punjab, India.
  2. Non_Aligned Movement International Sports Seminar – National Institute of Sports, Patiala, Punjab, May 1984.
  3. Technical expert and teacher in International Clinic for Badminton held at Goa in 1990, at Ooty in 1992 and National Clinic of Badminton at Chandigarh in 1999 and in 2001.
  4. International Olympic Committee regional courses for coaches held in India. (Discipline: Athletics, Boxing) National Institute of Sports, Patiala, Punjab, India.
  5. Heart rate and blood lactate responses in some specific sports events. Key note address in 7th. Annual Conference of Physiological Society of India, Dec 29-31, 1995, DIPAS, Defense Research & Development Organisation, Delhi, India.
  6. Applied physiological aspects of present day amateur boxing. Annual Conference of Physiological Society of India, Dec. 2000.

Lectures [Abroad (2003 – 2009)]

  1. Physiological Monitoring of Elite Athletes. Lecture delivered in Majlis Sukan Negara, Kuala Lumpur. 26th Aug 2003.
  2. Physiological basis of training in children. Lecture delivered in the Intensive Course on Sports Sciences, held in Universiti Sains Malaysia, 22-24 Sept, 2003.
  3. Physiological Testing of Athletes. Sports Science Seminar for Physical Education Students from Johore, 23-25 Jan 2003.
  4. Environment and Sports performance. Sports Science Seminar for Physical Education Students from Johore, 23-25 Jan 2003.
  5. Physiological Monitoring of Elite Athletes. 3rd ISN (National Institute of Sports, Malaysia) Sports Medicine Conference, Holiday Villa, Subang Jaya, 29th March- 1st April, 2004.
  6. Physiological adaptation of children to training. Lecture delivered to the Teachers of Teachers Training College, Johore, April, 2004.
  7. Physiological bases of training: Training Methodology Workshop, Majlis Sukan Negara (National Sports Council) 6-9 April, 2004. Genting Highland, Malaysia.
  8. Physiological adaptation to training: Training Methodology Workshop, Majlis Sukan Negara, 6-9 April, 2004. Genting Highland, Malaysia.
  9. Scientific back up to the elite athletes: a physiological approach: SUKMA National Conference, 22-23 May 2004, Negeri Sambilan, Malaysia.
  10. Physiological bases of running events in athletics: Seminar ‘Training Methodology’ Bagi Jurulatih, 12 – 16 June 2004, Ipoh, Malaysia.
  11. Talent Identification: Indian Model. Seminar Malaysian Amateur Athletic Union (MAAU), 22 – 23 June 2004, Majlis Sukan Negara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  12. Sensitive period for development of motor qualities in children. Talent Identification Seminar, 22-25 Sept, 2004, Majlis Sukan Negara (National Sports Council), Kuala Lumpur.
  13. Somatotype and talent identification. Talent Identification Seminar, 22-25 Sept, 2004, Majlis Sukan Negara (National Sports Council), Kuala Lumpur.
  14. Aerobic and anaerobic capacity development and evaluation in children. Talent Identification Seminar, 22-25 Sept, 2004, Majlis Sukan Negara (National Sports Council), Kuala Lumpur.
  15. Analysis of movements and strokes in badminton – a physiological approach. 1st Regional Conference on Human performance, 30 Nov-2 Dec 2004, University of Malay, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  16. Physical demands of racket sports. 6th Sports Science Conference, 24-26 July 2006, School of Medical Sciences, Health Campus, Universiti Sains Malaysia.
  17. Nutrition for Health. Kursus Kecergasan Eksikutif, 1-3 September 2006, di Hotel Pedana, Kota Bharu.
  18. Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease. Kursus Kecergasan Eksikutif, 1-3 September 2006, di Hotel Pedana, Kota Bharu.
  19. Agro-based carbohydrate and carbohydrate-protein supplements for improvement of endurance performance. – 7th Sports Science International Conference (Sports, Exercise and health: women breaking barrier), Sept 3-5, 2007, Grand Riverview Hotel, Kota Bharu, Kelantan, Malaysia.
  20. Exercise prescription in coronary heart disease – Pre-conference workshop on “Exercise Prescription” 7th Sports Science International Conference (Sports, Exercise and health: women breaking barrier), Sept 2, 2007, Grand Riverview Hotel, Kota Bharu, Kelantan, Malaysia.
  21. Physiological demands of racket sports – Seminar Sains Sukan Zon Sarawak 2007, Institut Perguruan Rajang, Sarawak. 26-28 Oct 2007, RH Hotel, Sarawak, Malaysia.
  22. Effect of Metroxylin Sagu and BCAA combined supplementation on high intensity endurance performance. Invited Speech Indian Science Congress, Medical Section, 3rd – 7th Jan 2009.

ACADEMIC RECOGNITIONS

  1. In Charge of Thesis examiners of School of Medical Sciences and School of Health Sciences, in Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia. (2007-2009)
  2. Examiner: Diploma in Sports Medicine course, Physical Education courses held in India under various Universities. (1984 – 2002)
  3. Reviewer/Referee of manuscripts for Indian Journal of Medical Research. 1990-2000.
  4. Reviewer/Referee of manuscripts for Asian Journal of Exercise and Sports Sciences. (2004-2006)
  5. Reviewer/Referee of projects of Monash University, Malaysia, 2007. (Title: “Intelligent smart systems for sports”)
  6. Reviewer/Referee of projects of School of Health Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia, 2007.
    1. Effect of exercise prescriptions on high cholesterol level subjects. – School of Health Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia. 2007.
    2. Modalities of individualized exercise prescription, diabetic services and self monitoring in type 2 diabetes mellitus control and outcome. – School of Health Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia. 2007.
    3. Effect of caffeine and ginseng supplementation on endurance performance in the heat. – School of Health Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia. 2007.
    4. Physical fitness profile of national service trainees in Kelantan state camps. – School of Health Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia. 2008.
  7. Reviewer/Referee of manuscripts for Asian Journal of Exercise and Sports Sciences. 2010.
  8. Reviewer/Referee of manuscripts for Research in Sports Medicine, Hong Kong, 2010.
  9. Reviewer/Referee of manuscripts for The Aging Mail, 2010.
  10. Reviewer/Referee of manuscripts for International Journal of Collaborative Research on Internal Medicine and Public Health. 2010
  11. Reviewer/Referee of manuscripts for Africa Journal of Food Science.
  12. Reviewer/Referee of manuscripts for Journal of Social Science & Humanities, University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia, 2010.
  13. Reviewer/Referee of manuscripts for Institut Sukan Negara Bulletin, 2010.
  14. Reviewer/Referee of manuscripts for Journal of Science & Technology, University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia, 2012.
  15. Reviewer/Referee of manuscripts for Journal of Social Science & Humanities, University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia, 2012.
  16. Reviewer/Referee of manuscripts for Perceptual and Motor Skills, Ammons Scientific, 2012.
  17. Reviewer/Referee of manuscripts for Psychological Reports, Ammons Scientific, USA, 2012.
  18. Reviewer/Referee of manuscripts for Psychological Reports, Ammons Scientific, 2013.
  19. Panel of Evaluator for MOE FRGS, Malaysia in Phase 2/2013.
  20. Reviewer/Referee of manuscripts for Psychological Reports, Ammons Scientific, 2014.
  21. Reviewer/Referee of manuscripts for Psychological Reports, Ammons Scientific, 2015.
  22. Reviewer/Referee of manuscripts for International Journal of Pharmacy and Biological Sciences, 2015.
  23. Reviewer/Referee of manuscripts for International Journal of Pharmacy and Biological Sciences, 2017.
  24. Reviewer/Referee of manuscripts for Open Access Journal of Sports Medicine, Dove Press, 2018.
  25. Reviewer/Referee of manuscripts for International Journal of Applied Exercise Physiology, 2018.

EDITORIAL BOARD of Journals

  1. Editorial Board Member of International Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Sciences.
  2. Editorial Advisory Board Member of International Journal of Sports Technology and Allied Sciences.

Member of Societies

  1. Life Member Physiological Society of India.
  2. Life Member Indian Science Congress.
  3. Life Member Indian Ergonomic Society.

AWARDS

  • SANGAR SANJUNG AWARD: Hishamuddin Ahmad, Rabindarjeet Singh and Asok Kumar Ghosh. Glucose and insulin responses at rest following the ingestion of different physical forms of a sago meal. Indian Journal of Medical Research, 130, Aug 2009, 160-165.