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Department of Adult, Continuing Education & Extension

DR. RAJESH

Fellow (2009) International Institute of Adult and Lifelong Learning, New Delhi

Department of East Asian Studies

PROF. MADHU BHALLA

NOCL Fellowship for Scholars of Sinology, Beijing, Summer 2004.                                                     

1987-1988. Bernath Dissertation Award, Society for Historians of American Foreign Policy (SHAFR), American Historical Association.

1987-1988. Canadian Bureau of International Education, Toronto, Canada.

1985-1986. Queen’s Award, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada.

1982-86. MacLaughlin Award, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada.

1974-1976. University Award, Jawaharlal Nehru University,

PROF. SREEMATI CHAKRBARTI

Made Honorary Fellow of the Institute of Chinese Studies, CSDS in 2003

Member  Seoul Peace Prize Committee 2007

PROF. ANITA SHARMA

Govt. of India scholarship for higher studies in China, 1986-1988.

UGC grant for field work in Taiwan, July 1-15, 2002.

Visiting Fellow, Chung Hwa Institute of Buddhist Studies, Jinshan, Taiwan, October 1-15, 2004.

Visiting Fellow, Hua Fan University, Taipei, Taiwan, May 1-31, 2006.

Visiting Faculty, Hua Fan University, Taipei, Taiwan, September 5-13, 2008.

Visiting Fellow, Chung Hwa Institute of Buddhist Studies, Jinshan, Taiwan, December 2008.

UGC grant for field work in Taiwan, May 6-16, 2009.

DR. ABANTI BHATTACHARYA

Awarded for securing first position in school at higher secondary level, Humanities, Calcutta, 1990.

Awarded for securing first position in graduation, department of history, Lady Brabourne College, Calcutta 1993.

Awarded Junior Research Fellowship in History by University Grants Commission (UGC), 1999.

Awarded Chinese Government Scholarship, 2000.

DR. RANJANA MUKHOPADHYAYA

Award of the Japanese Association for Religious Studies (Tokyo, Japan) in  2007

Book Award from the Japanese Association for Buddhist Social Welfare Studies (Tokyo, Japan) in  2007

Department of Economics

PROF. ADITYA BHATTACHARJEA

1976: Rector’s Prize for General Knowledge and Ability, University of Delhi

1978-80:National Merit Scholarship, Government of India

1983‑84:Commonwealth Scholarship, Association of Commonwealth Universities, U.K.

1995:International Trade Research Award for the best Ph.D. thesis on foreign trade,Export‑Import Bank of India

DR. ASHWINI DESHPANDE

V.K.R.V. Award for contributions to economics for the year 2007 (announced and presented in 2010).

Fellow of the India-China Institute, New School, New York, 2008- 2010.

EXIM Bank award for outstanding dissertation in the area of international trade and related issues for 1994.

PROF. SUNIL KANWAR

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PROF. SANTOSH PANDA

Commonwealth Fellow at University of Birmingham, U.K., 1981-84

Department of Geography

DR. ANU KAPUR

Fellow, Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, Shimla, 2003-2006

Young Geographers Award, 2001

Bhoovigyan Vikas Foundation and R.N. Dubey Award for Leadership to Middle Level Geographers, 2001

Junior and Senior Research Fellowship, UGC, 1984

DR. SURESH C. RAI

Received Honourable Mention Best Paper Award for 1999 by Soil and Water Conservation Society, USA with respect to Paper entitled “Hydrology and nutrient flux of an agrarian watershed of Sikkim Himalaya.” Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, USA, 53 (2): 125-132, 1998 for the Best Paper of the Journal in 1998.

En-gratis Membership Awarded by Ecological Society of America 1999-2004.

Honorary Appointment to the Research Board of Advisors, 2000 by The Board of Directors, Governing Board of Editors, and Publications Board of The American Biographical Institute, USA

DR. R. B. SINGH

UNESCO/ISSC, Paris Research and Study Grant Award in Social & Human Sciences, 1988.

UNEP-UNITAR Fellowship for Training in GIS Technology in the Field of Environment, at EPFL-Laussane and GRID-Geneva, October 1988 to April 1989.

Guest Fellowship for Asian Scholar, Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, Copenhagen, Denmark during Sept.-Oct. 1998

Visiting programme and  Lectures during short term visit in November, 2008 and August, 2010 at the Department of Geography, Univ. of Turku, Finland.

Several Travel Fellowships/ Support  from UNEP, UNITAR,UNU, UNCRD, WCRP, IAHS, IGU, NASDA, INSA, UGC, SICI and Univ. of Delhi etc. for participating and presenting papers, Chairing session and discussing research projects in more than  30 countries.

Leader, INSA National Delegation to Tunis International Geography Congress, 2008, Tunisia

Dy. Coordinator, UGC-DRS Programme, Department of Geography, University of Delhi.

Nominated Member Curriculum Development for Geoinformatics jointly nominated by UGC and Department of Space, Govt. of India.

Expert Committee Member: UGC/CEC-EDUSAT.

Past Expert -  Glossary of Geography, Comm. of Sc. & Tech. Terminology, Government of India, NRC for Evn. Education, NCERT. Member, INSA National Delegation to Glasgow International Geography Congress, 2004

Member, INSA National Delegation to Glasgow International Geography Congress, 2004

Nominated Member –Study Group for Preparation of NCR  Plan-2021, Govt. of India.

Nominated Member-Board of Studies, TERI School of Advanced Studies, New Delhi since 2003.

Second Position in M.A. Geography and First Position in Dip. in Stat. Methods

MR. KIRAN BHAIRANNAVAR

Travel Grant by University of Delhi to attend the RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2009, Manchester, UK.

Junior Research Fellowship, University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi (Dec 2002) from August 2003 to March 2005.

Junior Research Fellowship, Centre for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) New Delhi (Dec 2002) - Foregone.

DR. ANINDITA DATTA

University Gold medal in Geography, North Eastern Hill University, 1989

Thavraj Award, CSRD, JNU, 1992

Department of History

PROF. SEEMA ALAVI

Fulbright Fellowship for USA: 2000-2001 and 2004; Smuts Fellowship, Cambridge University.UK-2002-3; Harvard –Yenching Fellowship, Harvard Univ. USA-2005; Radcliffe Fellowship, Harvard University, USA-2009-2010; L.M.Singhavi Fellowship, Cambridge Univ., UK-2009 summer.

PROF. FARHAT HASAN

Nominated member of the Editorial Board of Modern Asian Studies, a journal of the Center for South Asian Studies, University of Cambridge, Cambridge.

Appointed Visiting Fellow at the Maison des Sciences de’l Homme, Paris (France), October-November 2006.

Short-listed for the Award of the Best Book Prize by ICAS-4 (IIAS, Leiden, the Netherlands), 2005.

Awarded the Commonwealth Scholarship (U. K.) to read for Ph.D. at the University of Cambridge, Cambridge (1993- 1997).

Awarded the Overseas Development Scholarship to read for M. Phil at the University of Cambridge, Cambridge (1997- 1998).

PROF. SAIYID ZAHEER HUSAIN JAFRI

The edited volume, MASNAD-E FAQR-O IRSHAD: TAREEKH KHANWADAE KARIMIA NAEEMIA SALON, [a documentary history of a Sufi establishment from mid 17th century to the present containing rare Persian, Urdu and English documents], Saqi Book Depot, Delhi – 2003,   was adjudged as best one for the ‘research and compilation’ (Tahqiq wa Tadwin) and was selected for the award by Urdu Academy, Delhi, (Government of N.C.T. of Delhi) in 2003 with a citation, plaque and cash award of Rs. 5100.

Another volume (jointly edited), AHD- E  WUSTA KA HINDUSTAN: TASSAWUF ,ADAB AUR MUSLIM THAQAFAT Sufism ,Literature and Muslim  Civilization in Medieval India),Saqi Book  Depot.Delhi-2009, also adjudged as the best adjudged as best one for the ‘research and compilation’ (Tahqiq wa Tadwin) and was selected for the award by Urdu Academy, Delhi, (Government of N.C.T. of Delhi) in 2010 with a citation, plaque and cash award of Rs. 5100.

PROF. SUNIL KUMAR

Honours and Visiting positions:

March 2010: Visiting Professor, Centre for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi, March 26 – April 9

February 2008: Townsend Scholar in Residence, Townsend Center, University of California at Berkeley.

March 2007: Presidential Address, Medieval India Section, Punjab History Congress, Patiala, March 16.

May - June 2006: Visiting Professor, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Sorbonne, University of Paris, France.

March 2001: Visiting Professor, CEIAS, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris, France

1993 – 2009: Visiting Professor, Lewis and Clark College, Portland. Summer Program.

1994: Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of History, Duke University. Summer 1994.

1992, 1988: Visiting Instructor, Department of History, Duke University.

Editorial positions:

2010 –  Editorial Advisor to the peer reviewed journal, South Asia Research, School of Oriental and African Studies

2001 –  Managing Editor, of the peer reviewed journal, The Indian Economic and Social History Review

1997 – 2001: Associate Editor, of the peer reviewed journal, The Indian Economic and Social History Review.

Honorary positions:

2007- Co-organiser of the IESHR Annual Lecture held every December at the Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre.

2006: Advisor, Textbook Development Committee, NCERT, Class VII textbook: “Our Pasts II”.

2006: Co-Organiser of Conference: “Expanding Frontiers in South Asian and World History – Honouring John F. Richards”, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, Sept. 29-30.

1995 – 96: Research consultant, Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH): Humayun Tomb project.

1993 – 94: Research consultant, Theatre in Education Company, National School of Drama, New Delhi. “Raziyya Sultana”, directed by Maya Krishna Rao.

1989 – 92: Research consultant, Land Use and Vegetation changes in South Asia, 1800-1980.

PROF. NAYANJOT LAHIRI

1992-93: Commonwealth Academic Staff Fellow, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Cambridge, Cambridge (U.K.)

1996 (February – May): Visiting Fellow at Cambridge (U.K.), supported by the Ancient India and Iran Trust and the Charles Wallace Trust

2004 (September – October): Hughes Endowment Visiting Fellow at the Centre For South Asian Studies, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor)

2006 (April – September): Daniel Ingalls Fellow at the Harvard-Yenching Institute, University of Harvard (Cambridge, U.S.A.)

2006 (June): Elected Honorary Member of Societa Indologica “Luigi Pio Tessitori”  (Udine, Italy).

2007 (March): Sectional President of 39th Session of the Punjab History Conference (Patiala, Punjab).

Department of Political Science

PROF. NAVNITA CHADHA BEHERA

Erasmus Mundus Visiting Fellow at University of Bologna, Italy and Central European University, Budapest as part of the GEMMA consortium, Summer 2010.

Invitee for Scholar-in-Residence Programme at Stella Maris College, Chennai, February 2010.

Special Invitee, European Commission Visitors Programme, 2008

Asia Fellowship, Asian Scholarship Foundation (Bangkok), August 2005.

Visiting Fellowship, Brookings Institution. October 2001-June 2002.

Kodikara Award, Regional Centre for Strategic Studies. 2000.

Visiting Fellowship, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. September 1997-January 1998.

Nehru Centenary Fellowship by Government of India for Ph.D. 1990-1993.

PROF. PRADIP KUMAR DATTA

President, Modern India Section, Paschimbanga Itihas Sansad, 2007

Keynote Address, Colloquium The Bonfire of 1908: Passive Resistance Then and Now, Univ. of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 2008

Fellow, Charles Wallace India Trust; Nehru Memorial Museum and Library,Centre for Studies in Social Sciences Calcutta.

Associate, Inter University Centre, IIAS, Shimla

Resource Person, Cultural Studies Workshop (CSSC, Kolkata) in Hyderbad (2006), Panjim (2007), Pune (2008), Shillong (2009), Santiniketan (2010).

PROF. VEENA KUKREJA

Gold Medalist, B.A. (Hons.)

National Scholarship Holder, M.A. level

PROF. UJJWAL KUMAR SINGH

Fellow, Centre for Contemporary Studies, Nehru Memorial Museum & Library, Teen Murti Bhawan, New Delhi, 2002 - 2004.

Felix Scholarship by School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London for research leading to a PhD in Political Studies, 1992 - 1996.

PROF. ACHIN VANAIK

Co-recipient with Praful Bidwai of “The Sean MacBride International Peace Prize” for the Year 2000 for published work and activities in relation to nuclear disarmament. This annual peace prize has been awarded by the International Peace Bureau (IPB) since its centenary year of 1992. The IPB is the oldest international peace organization founded in 1892 in the UK. Sean MacBride, late president of the IPB, was the only recipient of both the Lenin Peace Prize of the former Soviet Union and of the Nobel Peace Prize.

Department of Social Work

PROF. SANJAI BHATT

Elected Member Secretary, South Asia Partnership India

Elected International Committee Member, NGO Forum on Asian Development Bank – Philippine, Manila. (2002-04)

Member Advisory Board for the Control and Eradication of Leprosy and Rehabilitation of Leprosy affected Person, Govt. of NCT of Delhi, Department of Social Welfare, Delhi

Member, Standing Committee on Police Research, Bureau of Police Research and Development, Govt. of India, Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi.

Member, Selection Board for members of various committee juvenile justice care and protection of children.

Member Governing and Advisory Board NTPC Foundation, Delhi

Member, Board of Governors, Lala Ram Swarup

Member, Peer AA Team to TISS Mumbai, National Assesment and Accreditation Council, Bangalore

Member Board of Studies in Social work at Kurukshetra University, Aligarh Muslim University,B R Ambedkar University, Agra,

Member School Board of Social work, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi.

DR. PAMELA SINGLA

Awarded Full Scholarship to attend Summer Course on ‘Work and Inequality in Global Economy’ at Central European University (CEU), Budapest, Hungary, 29th June 2009—10th July 2009.

Awarded Elimna Lucke award for scoring highest marks in fieldwork in M.A. (Social Work) Examination, 1984-86.

Obtained second position with first division in M.A. (Social Work) Examination, in the University.

Passed with Distinction in PGD Personnel Management, 1988.

DR. NEMTHIANNGAI GUITE

Awarded the University of Hong Kong Young Scholar Award for Outstanding Abstract in the 2010 Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development: The Agenda, held from 10-14 June 2010 in Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, China.

DR. SEEMA SHARMA

Gold Medalist in M.A.

University position in B.A.

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DR. A. SHAHIN (ON LEAVE) SULTANA

1997: University Rank Holder in Post Graduation

1995: University Rank Holder in Graduation

Department of Sociology

PROF. TULSI PATEL

Was selected as The Rotating Chair of India Studies, for a semester at South  Asia Institute, University if Heidelberg, Germany from 3rd November 2005 to 2nd May 2006.

India Coordinator for Higher Education Link Programme with the University of Manchester, Department of Sociology. 1998 to 2004 to work on Gender, Population and Sustainable Development.  Funded by the British Council.

Honorary Research Fellow at the Deptt. of Sociology, University of Manchester, U.K.  June 2000 until September 2004.

Awarded Commonwealth Fellowship for 1996-97 at London School of Economics, UK

Research Project award, United Nations University, Tokyo 1986-1988 to work on social Support systems for the elderly.

Awarded Shastri Indo-Canadian Faculty Research in 1993

Professional Associate Award, 25th Summer Seminar on Population, East-West Center, Hawaii.  1994.

Member Editorial Advisory Board of

Sociological Bulletin (the journal of Indian sociological society) 1999-2001 and again form 2006-2007 (two years) and from January  2010.

International Journal of Tourism and Heritage, since 2009.

Member, editorial board, Bhutan Journal of Business and Management, since 2010.

Member, editorial board, ISS Newsletter

Treasurer, Indian sociological Society, 1999-2001.

Member Governing Board, Institute of Economic Growth. Delhi- 2001-2004

Convenor: Research Committee on Age and Social Structure (RC-19 Indian Sociological Society) 1998-2006.

Member Academic Committee, Institiute of Economic Growth, Delhi.

Member: Ethics Committee of Public Health Foundation of India, New Delhi,  2007-2009.

Life Member:

Indian Sociological Society

Indian Association for Population Studies

Indian Institute of Public Administration

Professional Associate, East West Center, University of Hawaii, US.

All India Women’s Association

Member of Research Board and Committee of Courses of several universities (Sociology Departments and Faculties of Social Sciences).

Member, advisory committee for many Departments of Sociology which have been Awarded the status of ‘Department of Special Assistance’ or have received the grant under the UGC’s ASIHSS Programme.

Have been UGC expert on the Advisory Committee meetings for SAP for several  Universities.

I have been a member of Board of Studies of two other Universities in Delhi and three universities outside Delhi.

Member IGNOU’s Distance Education Centre (DEC) for both undergraduate and post graduate courses for all universities in India offering distance education courses in Sociology

PROF. NANDINI SUNDAR

Visiting Professor, Fondation Maison de Sciences Homme, June 2010

Fellow, Program in Agrarian Studies, Yale University, 2008-2009.

Visiting Professor, Department of Political Science, Punjab University, Chandigarh, 17-23 March 2008

Hughes Visiting Fellow, Centre for South Asian Studies, University of Michigan, October 2005.

L.M. Singhvi Visiting Fellow, Centre of South Asian Studies, University of Cambridge, U.K., 2003

M.N. Srinivas Memorial Prize, awarded by the Indian Sociological Society, 2002-2003

PROF. MEENAKSHI THAPAN

Visiting Professor, Department of Social Sciences, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, June 2010.

Visitor, Danish Pedagogical University, Copenhagen, June 22-27, 2009.

Visiting Professor, Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Paris from March 21-28, 2009, and May 14-21, 2008.

International Visiting Scholar at the Department of Sociology, University of Richmond, Virginia, from January-May 2008.

Shastri Fellow, Department of Sociology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, November-December, 2007.

PROF. VIRGINIUS XAXA

1981-82: Post-doctoral Fellow, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Science Sociale, Paris, France.

1988: Commonwealth Academic Staff Fellowship, SOAS, University of London, U.K.

1998: Fulbright Visiting Lecturer Grant, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA.

2006-08: Rajiv Gandhi Chair in Contemporary Studies, North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong.

DR. ANUJA AGRAWAL

Commonwealth Scholarship by the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission, U.K., for the year 2000-2001.  During this period I was a Visiting Research Scholar at the Department of Anthropology, London School of Economics.

University Gold Medal by the University of Delhi in 1990 for being top among my batch of students in the B.A. (H), Sociology.





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