*Shalabh
*
shalab@iitk.ac.in

shalabh1@yahoo.com

Department of Mathematics & Statistics

Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Kanpur - 208016 (India)

**
Teaching
Experience**

**1. Indian Institute of Technology
Kanpur (India)**, since 2003, I have taught following Master's level and
core courses:
Econometrics, Sampling theory, Analysis of Variance, Regression Analysis, Multivariate
Analysis, Simulation & Data Analysis, Probability and Statistics and Tutorials to
undergraduate level
Mathematics and Statistics courses.

I developed a course on Econometrics.

**2. University of Pittsburgh**
(U.S.A.) in 2001: Bayesian Analysis.

**3. Panjab University, Chandigarh
(India)** (1998-2003): I taught the under-graduate, post-graduate and the
M.Phil. courses offered by the Department of Statistics and a few other departments,
such as the Department of Microbiology. The list of courses taught be me include
courses on Econometrics, Sampling Theory, Economic Statistics, and Statistical
Methods and Computer Programming.

I was also involved in teaching the labs for the statistical experiments of the following courses: Sampling Theory, Multivariate Analysis, Design of Experiments, Quality Control and Applied Statistics and Statistical Methods.

**4.** Beside teaching at the
Panjab University, I also taught various courses to the medical students of
the** Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Chandigarh (India)**.

**5. University of Jammu, Jammu
(India)** (1995-1998): I taught the following post-graduate and Ph.D. level
courses:Multivariate Analysis, Sampling Theory, Probability Theory (Elementary),
Advanced Probability Theory, Statistical Inference (Elementary), Statistical
Estimation (Advanced), Statistical Testing of Hypotheses (Advanced), Linear
Algebra, Real Analysis, Linear Models and Computer Programming in FORTRAN.

I also developed few new courses on Operation Research, Numerical Methods and Quality Control. I also modified and re-modeled a few courses such as Probability Theory, Statistical Inference, Sampling Theory, Linear models etc.

**6. University of Lucknow, Lucknow
(India) **(1994-95): I was mainly involved in assisting the main Professor
associated with the statistical experiments for the under-graduate students,
which also involved teaching.