In the last five years, she has brought out the Proceedings in 2012 of a seminar on Developmental Psychology Education sponsored by the ICSSR (India), NWO (Netherlands) and ESRC (UK) held in Cambridge University earlier. She also organised a workshop for young scholars on Cross Cultural Research Collaboration in the spring of 2010. Since 2011 she has been the expert of Project Advisory Committee sponsored by the UGC on Disability at the Department of Psychology at Calcutta University. She organised a multidisciplinary brainstorming seminar at NIAS in 2013 on Public Risk Perception and brought out the proceedings of the same in 2014. She is on the Advisory Committee of WHO 11th revision on Child Psychiatric Disorders from 2011 onwards. She has published an Anthology Stories and a Novel in this period. Her major contributions are two books brought out by Pearson Education (2011) on Counselling of Children and another one on Psychological Perspectives on Indian Indigenous Health Systems, namely Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha and Tibetan medicines brought out by Springer (2016).
She has been running a Free Child Guidance Centre in Bangalore with the help of trained volunteers since 2003. She has longstanding commitment to counselling children and promotion of psychosocial development of rural and tribal children for over two decades. She also conducts workshops and delivers keynote addresses and lectures to lay public, parents, school teachers, counsellors and the academic community. She is committed to promotion of child mental health and overall psychosocial development of children.
- Action research on out come evaluation of child centred, play based strategies in the promotion of psycho social development of school children
- Exploring the child care in the indigenous health systems and mining their insights to enrich with preferred practices into contemporary developmental psychology of childhood.
Kapur, Malavika . 2016. Psychological perspectives on childcare in Indian indigenous health systems. New Delhi: Springer India. http://eprints.nias.res.in/797/.
Kapur, RL . 2009. Another way to live: A psychiatrist among Indian ascetics. Malavika Kapur and Buglass, Dorothy . New Delhi: Penguin. http://eprints.nias.res.in/173/.
Kapur, Malavika . 2012. “Bridging the gap between child development and education using children as the resource (IACP Presidential Address)”. Journal of Clinical Psychology 39: 3–9. http://eprints.nias.res.in/485/.