Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee

Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee
Psychiatrist, Kolkata

  • 2 Hospitals
Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee is one of the respected psychiatrists in Kolkata, who has earned the reputation of being one of the top experts in the field of psychiatric and psychological diseases and mental health. Dr. Banerjee is one of India's only 600 psychiatrists, who is developing a preventive, therapeutic, and rehabilitative approach to the growing problem of drug addiction and mental disorders. He is also demonstrating how to reach out to those most affected  - the young slum dwellers of Kolkata.

Dr. Kedar's work focusses on the rapidly growing drug epidemic - a menace that is plaguing the society. Dr. Kedar believes that this epidemic provides an excellent entry point to that area of the society, to develop, and build an understanding of the inherent problems scourging it.

Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee is a psychiatrist who has a fund of experience spanning 33 years. He has been working as a consultant psychiatrist in the field of mental health and behavioral sciences for more than a decade. Dr. Banerjee, who has attended a number of national and international seminars and workshops in the area of mental sciences, has received a number of awards.  He had been on the team of policy makers in the Ministry of Human Resources in the Government of India.

Dr. Kedar has been instrumental in starting the National Institute of Behavioral Sciences - NIBS. It is the vision and mission of NIBS to render complete mental health care to all sections of the society, with special emphasis on the lower strata, slow learning students, teachers, and those who feel themselves in absolute solitude. Dr. Kedar is evolving a series of awareness programs that promote community and family participation in organizing mental health services, especially in non-elite neighborhoods. 

Specialities

  • Psychiatry

Conditions

  • Anxiety

  • Mania

  • Relationship Issues

  • Schizophrenia

  • Sex Addiction

Expertise

Education

Practice Information

Apollo Gleneagles Hospital, Kolkata

Apollo Gleneagles Hospital, Kolkata

Near Saltlake Stadium, No. 58, Canal Circular Road, Kolkata, West Bengal - 700054

National Institute of Behavioural Sciences (NIBS), Kolkata

National Institute of Behavioural Sciences (NIBS), Kolkata

7 & 8 C.I.T. Road, Over Senco Mega Shop, Moulali, Kolkata, West Bengal - 700014

TUE & SAT

06:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • IPPC - Bhubaneswar - 2007  Attribution of Locus of Control and Traumatic Life Events in Depressive Patients: An Investigation in Hospital Patients by Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee & Tanmoy Mitra
  • Disposition of Personality Pattern and Vulnerability of Psychiatric Disorder: Study in a Hospital of Kolkataby Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee, Tanmoy Mitra, Dr. Sayandip Ghosh
  • Disposition of Personality Pattern and Vulnerability of Psychiatric Disorder: Study in a Hospital of Kolkataby Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee, Tanmoy Mitra, Dr. Sayandip Ghosh
  • Documentary on Mental Health, "Bhorai" produced by Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee, won award of appreciation in Busho Film Festival 2008, Budapest, Hungary.
  • Received the ASHOKA INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP, Virginia, U.S.A. (1990) for promotion & prevention of mental health problems, anti drug programs and  drug detoxification camps.
  • Attribution of Locus of Control and Traumatic Life Events in Depressive Patients:  An Investigation in Hospital Patientsby Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee & Dr. Tanmoy Mitra
  • Attribution of Neuroticism and Perceived Control in Obsessive-Compulsive Patientsby Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee & Dr. Tanmoy Mitra
  • ANCIPS - Kolkata - 2008  Incidence of psychotic symptoms in outdoor patients at a block of Sundarbanby Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee & Tanmoy Mitra
  • Role of Some Dispositional Factors in Psychopathology of Obsessive-Compulsive Patientsby Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee & Tanmoy Mitra
  • ANCIPS - Agra and ANCAIPP - Hyderabad - 2008  Academic Encumbrance Induced Modification of Indicators of Depressive Symptoms in Adolescent Studentsby Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee, Tanmoy Mitra, Pousali Sen & Jayita Saha
  • Attribution of Locus of Control and Traumatic Life Events in Depressive Patients: An Investigation in Hospital Patients by Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee, Tanmoy Mitra, & Poushali Saha
  • Constructs Contributing towards Vulnerability in Patients with Social Anxiety: A Study in Hospital Patientsby Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee, Tanmoy Mitra, Pousali Saha, & Dr. Arijit D. Chowdhury
  • Mental Health Literacy in Caregivers of Sundarban Estuary Area of West Bengalby Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee, Tanmoy Mitra, Pousali Sen, & Jayita Saha
  • ANCIPS - Chennai - 2007Descending Academic Performance in Adolescent Female Students: Role of Personality and Perceived Social Support by Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee & Tanmoy Mitra
  • Mental Health Literacy in Caregivers of Sundarban Estuary Area of West Bengalby Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee, Tanmoy Mitra & Pousali Saha
  • CIZIPS - Darjeeling - 2007Do personality and life events underpin vulnerability for depression? An investigation in psychiatric patients at a hospital outdoor by Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee & Tanmoy Mitra
  • Attribution of Neuroticism and Perceived Control in Obsessive-Compulsive Patientsby Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee & Tanmoy Mitra
  • Mental Health Status in Psychiatric Patients in Gangetic Estuary of Sundarban: A Multidimensional Approachby Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee, Tanmoy Mitra & Pousali Saha
  • ASCIPS - Kolkata - 2006Mental Health Status in Psychiatric Patients in Gangetic Estuary of Sundarban: A Multidimensional Approachby Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee, Tanmoy Mitra & Pousali Saha
  • Social Support and Mental Health Profile in Cancer Patients: Prospective Role of Some Factors on Treatment Maintenance by Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee, Tanmoy Mitra & Pousali Saha
  • Psychological Well Being and Hopelessness in Depressive Patients: A Trial with SSRI & SNRIby Dr. Kedar Ranjan Banerjee, Dr. Sayandip Ghosh, Tanmoy Mitra & Pousali Saha
  • I.M.A.(Indian Medical Association) Life Member
  • I.P.S. (Indian Psychiatric Society) Ex-Secretary, West Bengal Branch
  • I.A.P.P. (Indian Association of Private Psychiatry)
  • A.P.A. (International Member American Psychiatry Association)