Dr. Reema Bhatia
- Interdisciplinary Innovation Project ‘Mile on the river Yamuna’ under the University of Delhi. Co-guided a team of ten students. 2013-2012.
- Interdisciplinary Innovation Project ‘More Miles on the river Yamuna’ under the University of Delhi. Co-guided a team of ten students. 2013-2015.
- ‘To involve Field Functionaries and Panchayats for Early Registration of Pregnancies and Improve Birth Registration for Checkmating the Declining Sex Ratio in Fatehgarh Sahib District in Punjab’, jointly with the Voluntary Health Association of Punjab. The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India sponsored the project.
- ‘Advocacy Campaign against Sex selection And Pre-birth Elimination of Females- Cherishing the Girl Child’, in selected districts in the three states of Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh, sponsored by the Population Foundation of India. Data collection and process documentation. August 2008.
- Consultant for Process documentation of Reduction in Prevalence of Anemia among Adolescent, Pregnant and Lactating Mothers in 10 villages in Gurgaon block in Haryana. Sponsored by the Population Foundation of India. March 2009.
- Consultant and resource person for evaluation of ASHA training programme in Nawanshar district in Punjab. Sponsored by Voluntary Health Association of Punjab. June-July 2009.
Dr. M. Kamminthang
- Consultant, ICSSR Project, Centre for Historical Studies, School of Social
Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Feb 2015-Dec 2015
- Postdoctoral Researcher, GM Futuros Project, Department of Anthropology,
Durham University, UK, Jan 2013-Oct 2014
- Consultant, Project Axshya, International Union Against Tuberculosis and
Lung Disease, The Union South-East Asia Office, New Delhi, Nov-Dec 2012
Dr. Binu Sundas
- Dr. Sundas was associated with a consortium of Japanese universities conducting a study in the area of Food Value Chain in the Indian Sub-continent, 2015-2019.
As a part of learning Sociology a number of our students have been regularly interning with Neeti Aayog and NGOs, like Pravah, Goonj, Swechha, Centre for Media and Communication and Himalayan Environmental Studies and Conservation Organization, to name a few. The students are also encouraged to do projects based on primary research. As a part of research they also make short ethnographic films. These films are available at Sociology Ethnographic Films. The Project reports are available in the Research Compendium.
Field trips are an important part of students’ research. In the year 2019-2020, the students visited Dharamshala and McLeodganj to study Tibetan medicine, paintings, everyday lives of the bikhunis, marriage systems and the impact of exile in terms of memory and home aspects of the Tibetan refugee community. The details of the field trip are available in the Lighthouse.
A day field visit to the National Museum was organised for B.A. Program Sociology to understand the relationship between History and Anthropology. The students documented their observations and experiences in a project report