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Neha Singh

PhD: Jawaharlal Nehru University (Pursuing)

Areas of Interest/Specialisation: Women studies, Religions and Urban Spaces, Policy analysis specially in relation to Caste and Gender Issues, Discrimination and Exclusion, Human Rights, Affirmative Actions

Academic Qualifications: Pursuing PhD on Women Subjugation in a Multi-Religious

Urban Space: A Study of Old Delhi in the Twentieth Century, Centre for the Study of Social

Exclusion and Inclusive Policy, School of Social Science, Jawaharlal Nehru University,

Delhi. M. Phil on The Hindu Code Bill: An Idea and its Political Discourse, Centre for Study

of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy, School of Social Science, Jawaharlal Nehru

University, Delhi, 2017. Post Graduation from Hindu college, University of Delhi in Political

Science, 2011.

Additional Qualifications:

• Qualified UGC-NET, July, 2018

• Family Health International 360 (a branch under USAID) Research Ethics Training

Certificate in December 2013

• P.G. Diploma in International Humanitarian law from Nalsar University, Hyderabad

in 2012.

• Certificate course in “Intellectual Property Rights and Information Technology in the

Internet Age” from Indian Law Institute, New Delhi with A+ Grade from 1 st April,

2011 to 30 th June, 2011.

• Certificate course in Foreign language (German) from the University of Delhi in 2006

Research Experience: (7+ years):

Have worked with various institutions such as Indian Institute of Public Administration,

Indian Institute of Dalit Studies, Central Information Commission, CSDS and also worked on

projects of UGC, ICSSR, Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment and others

Teaching Experience: (3 years):

Taught Political Science in Dayal Singh College, Kirori Mal College, Satyawati College

(Evening), Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College in the University of Delhi

Recent Publications:

 Neha Singh, 2020, “Naari Shakti and Women’s Agency in the Politics of India,”in

Women’s Voice: A Search for Feminist Consciousness, edited by Naseem Akhtar

Hussain & Parvin Jolly, published by Parvez Hossain, Dhaka, ISBN 978-984-945-

94587-8-4, pp 456-470

 Neha Singh, 2019, “Nationalist’s Perspective on the Question of Women’s Identity,”

in Perspectives on Social Exclusion: Essays in Honour of Professor Sabyasachi

Bhattacharya, edited by Yagati Chinna Rao, Meena Publication, New Delhi, pp 142-


Seminars and Conferences: (16) Chaired session (1), International Conferences

Presentations (5) and National Conference Presentations (10)

Workshops and other Activities: Research Methodology Workshop attended (8), Organised

National Seminar (1), Rappoteured Seminar (1), Qualitative Research Methods Training (4)

Email: singh1542@gmail.com