In 2012 University of Delhi launched a scheme of Innovation Projects to promote and motivate research at undergraduate level The scheme, which required projects to be done as a collaborative work by students and teachers, aimed at creating an environment of research at under graduate level in colleges giving exposure to students of interdisciplinary research It also helped and motivated college teachers to carry their research interests
A large number of teachers at Miranda House applied under the scheme and successfully got grants to carry forward interdisciplinary research
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|Climate Variability, Water Security and Livelihood Resilience: Role of Traditional Knowledge and Modern Technologies in Rajasthan, India
|Children’s Picture Books in India: Rethinking History, Storytelling and Pedagogy
|Continuity and Change in the Youth’s Perception of National Interest in India’s Foreign Policy: A Comparative Study of Delhi University, Jadavpur University and Madras University
|Business Ethics: Business Leadership in Bhagavad Gita
|Mobile! MyLab Anytime, Anywhere
|Design of Affordable Water Purification devices using Green and Ecofriendly Silver Nanoparticles
|Antimicrobial Finishing of Textiles using Eco friendly Bioactive Agents
|Synthesis of Henna ( Lawsonia inermis ) based Scaffolds and Comparison of their Color and Antimicrobial activity.
|Reward Network As a Form of Experiential Marketing
|Sugarcane to Nanoparticles: Green Nanotechnology the future
|Phytoremediation of Heavy Metals Contamination and Extraction of Nanoparticles.