Department of Political Science: Dr. Sunil Kumar Choudhary

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Name of Faculty:             Dr. Sunil Kumar Choudhary

Date of Birth:                    14.01.1968

Designation:                    Associate Professor

Department:                     Political Science

Area of Specialisation:   Indian Politics, Comparative Politics

Email:                                sunilsasmi@yahoo.co.in        

 

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION:

DEGREE BOARD/ UNIVERSITY SUBJECTS YEAR DIVISION/GRADE
Ph.D. University of Delhi Political Science 1997
M.Phil. University of Delhi Political Science 1992 First
PG Hindu College, University of Delhi Political Science 1990 First
UG Hindu College, University of Delhi Political Science 1988 First
UGC NET JRF-NET Political Science 1991 First

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

Courses Taught Name of University/College/Institution Duration
B.A. Hons/Pass Bhagat Singh College (Eve), University of Delhi 1991
B.A. Hons/Pass Ramjas College, University of Delhi 1993-94
B.A. Hons/Pass Zakir Husain College, University of Delhi 1994-95
B.A. Hons/Program,

B Com Hons/Program,

Shyam Lal College (Eve), University of Delhi 1996-till date
M.A. Zakir Husain College (Eve), Annamalai University (Delhi Center) 1994-95, 1996-97

1994-98, 2006-10

Total Teaching Experience (in years):  

  1. Under Graduation (Pass/Honours Course): 20 Years
  2. Post Graduation: 10 Years [as Guest Faculty]

Innovations/ Contributions in Teaching:

  1. Design of Curriculum: Member, Empowered Committee, Foundation Course, FYUP, DU
  2. Teaching Methods: Use of Field Visits, Power Points, Interactive Sessions, etc.
  3. Evaluation methods: Regular Tests, Evaluation and Assessments
  4. Preparation of resource material including books, reading materials, laboratory manuals etc.: Wrote Lessons for the Foundation Course Book, FYUP, DU
  5. Remedial teaching/Student counseling (academic): Part of the academic counseling

Details of Teaching Plan etc.:

Details of course teaching Plan, Synopses of lectures and reading lists supplied to students:

  • Teaching plan to be prepared in view of the updated materials available in the library and the net;
  • power point presentation to help the students in highlighting the key points of discussion;
  • Reading materials as provided from the university are to be translated, if needed, and distributed to the students.

Details of participation in the following:

  1. University teaching (PG programme): PG in Pol Science, Two academic sessions
  2. Paper setting and evaluation: (Theory): Examiner and Head Examiner to various courses in the university since 1996
  3. Conduct of examinations: (Theory): Convener/Member, Home Exams in the college.
  4. Evaluation of Dissertation / Thesis / Project Reports: Examiner, University of Delhi, IGNOU, ICSSR, Annamalai University, Kurukshetra University, University of Madras.
  5. Assessment of home assignments: Conducting since 1996

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE & TRAINING

Research stage Title of Work/Thesis University where the work was carried out
Post-Doctoral (a) Comparing Party Systems of Israel and India

(b) Indian Diaspora in British Politics

(a) Tel Aviv University, Israel

(b) University of Oxford, U.K

Publications

(Give a separate List)

Annexure I  
Research Guidance(Give names of students guided successfully) Annexure II  
Training (Please specify) Annexure III  

 

RESEARCH PROJECTS CARRIED OUT

Title of the project Name of the funding agency Duration Remarks
Political Science Glossary Commission for Scientific & Technical Terminology, Ministry of HRD, Government of India 2011-14  
Ethno-Religious Issues in post-globalized Russia and India ICSSR, New Delhi 2009-13  
Indian Diaspora in British Politics Commonwealth Commission, U.K 2010-11  
Comparing Party Systems of Israel & India Ministry of Higher Education, Israel 2002-03  

 

RESEARCH CONTRIBUTIONS:

  1. Number of students (M. Phil. / Ph. D.)
      At the beginning of the year Registered during the year Completed during the year
    M. Phil 12 12 09
    Ph. D. 01 01
  2. of research papers published (please enclose list)
    Publication Title Journal Published/ Edited in ISSN/ISBN No.

    (if available)

    Vol., Month & Year
        Annexure I    

     

  3. Any other publication / articles etc. (please enclose list): Annexure I

 

SEMINARS, CONFERENCES, SYMPOSIA, WORKSHOPS ETC.

ATTENDED (Please enclose list): Annexure IV

ORGANISED (Please enclose list): Annexure IV

 

EXTENSION WORK / COMMUNITY SERVICE:

  1. Please give a short account of your contribution to:
    1. Community work such as values of National Integration, secularism, democracy, socialism, humanism, peace, scientific temper, flood or drought relief, small family norms etc.: Took students to different field works to NGOs, Voluntary Organizations in order to enable them to have the first hand learning experience of the community service.
  2. Positions held/ Leadership role played in organizations linked with Extension work and National Service Scheme (NSS), or NCC or any other similar activity: Associated with the NSS and NCC work of the college from time to time.

 

PARTICIPATION IN CORPORATE LIFE:

Please give a short account of your contribution to:

  1. College/ University / Institution :
    • As Teacher in charge of the Political Science Department, instrumental in bringing Political Science Hons course to the college.
    • As Member of the Governing Body of the College, succeeded in introducing co-education to the college.
    • Imparting nomenclature to various associations and activities of the college, e.g. Prerna to Political Science Association, Vasantika to Students Union annual festival, Aarohi to NCC annual fest, etc.
  2. Co-curricular activities:
    • As Convener and Member of the Art, Drama and Cultural Society, organized various inter-class and inter-college activities like debates, quiz, Rangoli, Mehendi, Dance, Singing competitions.
  3. Enrichment of campus life (hostels, sports, games cultural activities): Took active interest in various sports activities as Member of the Sports Committee
  4. Students welfare and Discipline: As Convener of the Student Aid and Welfare Committee, identified the poor and needy students and helped them with financial assistance.

MEMBERSHIP:

  1. Membership of Professional Bodies:
    • Life Member, Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi.
    • Life Member, Indian Political Science Association.
    • Member, International Political Science Association.
    • Member, Teen Murti Memorial Library, New Delhi.
  2. Editorship of Journals: Executive Editor, Vimala International Research Journal for Humanities and Social Sciences, Thrissur, Kerala.
  3. Awards and Distinctions:

    Academic Distinctions

    • Topped the University of Delhi, in M. A. in 1990 and won Karan Singh Gold Medal and Professor C. J. Chako Prize.
    • Scored first position in B. A. (Hons.) Political Science, Hindu College, University of Delhi, 1988.
    • Topped the School in Humanities at intermediate level by scoring distinctions in Political Science and Hindi, 1985.

    Honors and Awards

    • Global South Award [nominated], International Political Science Association, 2014.
    • Academic Staff Fellow, Commonwealth Commission, UK, 2010-11.
    • Post-Doctoral Fellow, Indo-Israeli Cultural Exchange Program, 2002-2003.
    • Junior/Senior Research Fellow, University Grants Commission, Government of India, 1991.

 

 
Association with Professional Bodies:

Association Type Detail
Advisory Vimala International Research Journal for Humanities and Social Sciences, Thrissur, Kerala.


Annexure I: Publications

(A) Books

Single Authored Book

Sunil Kumar (2001). Communalism and Secularism in Indian Politics: Study of BJP. Delhi and Jaipur: Rawat Publications. ISBN: 81-7033-669-4. pp. 336.

Co-Authored Book                       

Yogesh Atal and Sunil K. Choudhary (2014). Combating Corruption: The Indian Case (Hyderabad: Orient Blackswan). ISBN: 978-81-250-5233-3. p. 291.

Edited Book

Gyan P. Agarwal, Sunil K. Choudhary and Reenu Gupta (2013). Human Rights in Changing Times. England: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN: 978-1-4438-5226-5. p. 319

(B) Journals/Reviews/Magazines

Journal Articles

Sunil K. Choudhary (2014) [Forthcoming]. ‘The Rising Tides of Corruption in India’, Vimala International Research Journal for Humanities and Social Sciences, Thrissur, Kerala.

 

Sunil K. Choudhary (2014) [Forthcoming]. ‘Contemporary Indian Polity and Technical Terminoloyg: A Distinct Linkage’ [in Hindi], Gyan Garima Sandhu, A Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Commission for Scientific and Technical Terminology, Ministry of Human Resource Development (Ministry of Higher Education), Government of India. ISSN: 2321-0443.

Sunil K. Choudhary (2014). ‘Political Colonization of Multi-Ethnic Britain: A Study of Indian Diaspora’, Diaspora Studies. Vol.7, No.2. 100-120. ISSN: 0973-9572.

Sunil K. Choudhary (2013). ‘From Conciliation to Confrontation: Changing Civil Society-State Relations in Israel and India’, IASSI Quarterly, Vol.32, No.2. 77-97. ISSN: 0970-9061.

Sunil K. Choudhary (2013). ‘From Local to Global: Panchayati Raj Institutions’ Struggle for Social Justice and Sustainable Development’ (in Hindi), Indian Journal of Public Administration, Vol.5, No.2, 417-426, July-December. ISSN: 2249-2577.

Sunil K. Choudhary (2012). ‘From Sojourners to Settlers: Changing Role of Indian Diaspora in British Politics’, Diaspora Studies. Vol.5, No.2, 170-196. ISSN: 0973-9572.

Sunil Kumar (2010). ‘Pluralism and a Second Democratic Upsurge’, Eternal India, Vol.2, No.6. DELBIL/2009/27687. pp. 95-109.

Sunil Kumar (2010). ‘New Agrarian Challenges Under Global Market Economy in India: An Appraisal’, Indian Journal of Social Enquiry, 1(4), December 2009-February 2010. 7-24, ISSN: 0974-9012.

Sunil Kumar (2009). ‘Democratic Resurgence of Panchayati Raj Institutions: Coping with the New Challenges of Grassroots Governance’, Indian Journal of Social Enquiry, Vol.1, No.1, March, 103-117. ISSN: 0974-9012.

Sunil Kumar (1998). ‘BJP: From Opposition to Governance’, Politics India, Vol. III, No.6, December, 16-19. ISSN: 0971-8303.

Sunil Kumar (1992). ‘Communal Divide in Post-Independence India: The Role of the BJP’, Teaching Politics, Vol. XVIII, No.2, 57-62. ISSN: 0970-8634.

Book Reviews

Sunil K. Choudhary (2013). Indian Diaspora: Study of Emerging Sandwich Cultures by Surendra K. Gupta (New Delhi: Atlantic Publishers and Distributors, 2013), IASSI Quarterly, Vol.32, No.1, January-March, 123-128. ISSN 0970-9061.

 

Sunil K. Choudhary (2012). Human Rights and Police Administration by Kamalaxi G Tadsad and Harish Ramaswamy (eds.) (New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company, 2012), IASSI Quarterly, Vol.31, No. 2, April-June, 152-157. ISSN: 0970-9061.

 

Sunil K. Choudhary (2012). Corruption in India: The DNA and the RNA by Bibek Debroy and Laveesh Bhandari (eds.) (New Delhi, Konark Publishers, 2012), IASSI Quarterly, Vol.31, No. 1, January-March, 105-109. ISSN: 0970-9061.

 

Sunil Kumar (2011). Social Transformation of an Island Nation: Development Wonder in Mauritius by Rani Mehta and S R Mehta (eds.) (Delhi: Kalpaz Publications, 2010), IASSI Quarterly, Vol.30, Nos. 3-4, July-December, 159-164. ISSN: 0970-9061.

Sunil Kumar (2010). ‘Panacea to Young Research Scholars’, How to Publish Your Ph.D? by Sarah Caro (New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2009), A Weekly Journal of Higher Education, Vol.48, No.12, March 22-28, 25-26. ISSN: 0566-2257.

Sunil Kumar (2010). ‘A Significant Reference Point’, Directory of Governors of India: (Including Lt. Governors) [1947 to 2007] by Satinder Sharma and Indra Sharma (New Delhi: Reliance Publishing House, 2008), A Weekly Journal of Higher Education, Vol. 48, No.1, 27-28. ISSN: 0566-2257.

Sunil Kumar (2009). ‘A New Academic Feather’, Directory of Chief Ministers of India by Satinder Sharma and Indra Sharma (New Delhi: Reliance Publishing House, 2008), A Weekly Journal of Higher Education, Vol.47, No.32, 29-30. ISSN: 0566-2257.

Sunil Kumar. (2008). Entering the Global Village: Essay on the Sociology of Communication by Yogesh Atal (Delhi and Jaipur: Rawat Publications, 2008), IASSI Quarterly, Vo. 27, Nos. 1&2, 230-233. ISSN: 0970-9061.

Sunil Kumar (2001). Mandate for Political Transition: Reemergence of Vajpayee by Yogesh Atal (Delhi and Jaipur: Rawat Publications, 2000), IASSI Quarterly, Vol.19, No.2, 133-136. ISSN: 0970-9061.

Magazine Articles

Sunil K. Choudhary (2012). ‘Corruption in India’, Stavak, Shyam Lal College Evening, University of Delhi, Delhi. pp. 74-75.

 

Sunil Kumar (2010). ‘Liberalism, Capitalism and Globalization: Changing Trends and Emerging Challenges’, (in Hindi), Stavak, Shyam Lal College Evening, University of Delhi, Delhi. pp. 20-22.

Sunil Kumar (1996). ‘BJP, Hindutva and the Forthcoming Parliamentary Elections’, Stavak, Shyam Lal College Evening, University of Delhi, Delhi. pp. 16-19

Sunil Kumar (1991). ‘Politicization of Caste in India: A Review of Mandal Commission Recommendations’, Sandhyalok, Shaheed Bhagat Singh (Evening) College, University of Delhi, New Delhi. pp. 16-17. 

(C) Chapters in Edited Collections/Volumes

Chapters in Edited Collections

Sunil K. Choudhary (2014) [Forthcoming]. ‘Democratic Transformation and Party Transition in Haryana’ in M. P. Singh, A. P. S. Chauhan and Himanshu Roy (eds.). State Politics in India. Delhi: Primus Publications.

Sunil K. Choudhary (2014) [Forthcoming]. ‘Civic Culture’, Module 1, Unit II, Citizens and their Rights and Obligations’, in Sangit K Ragi (ed.) Governance and Citizenship, Foundation Course, University of Delhi. Delhi: Primus Books.

Sunil K. Choudhary (2014) [Forthcoming]. ‘Participatory Citizenship’, Module 2, Unit II, Citizens and their Rights and Obligations’, in Sangit K Ragi (ed.) Governance and Citizenship, Foundation Course, University of Delhi. Delhi: Primus Books.

Sunil K. Choudhary (2014) [Forthcoming]. ‘Social Audit’, Module 3, Unit II, Citizens and their Rights and Obligations’, in Sangit K Ragi (ed.) Governance and Citizenship, Foundation Course, University of Delhi. Delhi: Primus Books.

Sunil K. Choudhary (2014) [Forthcoming]. ‘Citizen Policing’, Module 4, Unit II, Citizens and their Rights and Obligations’, in Sangit K Ragi (ed.) Governance and Citizenship, Foundation Course, University of Delhi. Delhi: Primus Books.

Sunil K. Choudhary (2014) [Forthcoming]. ‘Role of Civil Society’, Module 5, Unit II, Citizens and their Rights and Obligations’, in Sangit K Ragi (ed.) Governance and Citizenship, Foundation Course, University of Delhi. Delhi: Primus Books.

Amarjit S. Narang and Sunil K. Choudhary (2013). ‘Political Parties and Pressure Groups’, Book 2, Chapter 21 [Module 3, Democracy at Work], A Text Book of Social Sciences for the Students of Class X, National Institute of Open Schooling, Noida, Uttar Pradesh. pp. 130-149.

Amarjit S. Narang and Sunil K. Choudhary (2013). ‘Challenges to Indian Democracy’, Book 2, Chapter 23 [Module 4, Contemporary India: Issues and Goals], A Text Book of Social Sciences for the Students of Class X, National Institute of Open Schooling, Noida, Uttar Pradesh. pp. 175-201.

Sunil K. Choudhary (2013). ‘State-Citizenship Debates and Human Rights Issues: A Study of Israel’ in Gyan P. Agarwal, Sunil K. Choudhary and Reenu Gupta (eds.). Human Rights in Changing Times. England: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN: 978-1-4438-5226-5. pp. 247-266.

Sunil K. Choudhary (2012). ‘Changing Trends of Indian Diaspora in British Society and Polity: A Study of Sandwich Cultures’ in Surendra K. Gupta and Vinay Kumar Srivastava (eds.). Exploring Indian Society: Essays in Honour of Professor Yogesh Atal. Delhi: Manak Publications. ISBN: 978—93-7831-315-8. pp. 164-182.

Sunil K. Choudhary (2012). ‘Democratic Restructuring at the Grassroots Level: Re-Examining the Functioning of Panchayati Raj Institutions’ [in Hindi] in K. S. Sengar and Prabhat Chaudhary (ed.). Panchayati Raj System in India [in Hindi]. Agra: Golden Valley Publications. ISBN No. 978-81-922921-0-6, pp. 35-39.

Sunil Kumar (2012). ‘NGOs and Development: Analyzing Their Role in Literacy and ‘Education for All’ Campaign in India’ in Imran Salim and Ashraf Imam (eds.). Education and Social Sector: Issues and Challenges. New Delhi: Regal Publications. ISBN: 978-81-8484-181-7. pp. 448-476.

Sunil Kumar (2012). ‘Global India and Parliamentary Democracy: New Issues, Emerging Challenges and Changing Perspective’ [in Hindi] in K. S. Sengar, Ramesh K. Bhardwaj and Subhash Chand (eds.). Indian Parliamentary Democracy: Corruption and Black Money, A Challenge [in Hindi]. Agra: Golden Valley Publications. ISBN No. 978-81-922921-3-7.

Sunil Kumar (2012). ‘Ecology vs Development Discourses in Post Independence India: A Study of Narmada Bachao Andolan (NBA)’ in K. S. Sengar, G. S. Chauhan, Subhash Chand and Ramesh Kumar (eds.). Global Environment: Issues and Problems. Delhi: L G Publishers Distributors. ISBN: 978-81-910382-1-7. pp. 161-181.

Sunil Kumar (2000). ‘Changing Notions of Indian Secularism’, in Subrata Mukherjee and Susheela Ramaswamy (eds), Political Science Annual 1998-99 (New Delhi: Deep and Deep Publications). ISBN: 81-7629-246-X. pp. 220-229.

Sunil Kumar (1997). ‘Nehruvian Secularism and Contemporary Indian Polity’, in Jagdish P. Sharma et al (eds.), Nehru and People’s Movement (Delhi: Manak Publications). ISBN: 81-86562-08-7. pp. 46-56.

 


Annexure II: Research Guidance

Postdoctoral Mentoring

Dr Surendra Singh. ‘Ethno-Religious Issues in Post-Globalized India and Russia: A Comparative Perspective’ (ICSSR, New Delhi). 0202/012/2009/G.Fel. 2009-2013.

Doctoral Supervision and Guidance

Pravesh Kumar. ‘Politics of Identity and Symols: A Study of Bahujan Samaj Party’ [in Hindi]. University of Delhi, 2009-14.

  1. Phil. Degree Awarded
  2. Kanchan Jain, ‘Indian Federalism: Changing Trends’, Kurukshetra University, 1998.
  3. Sachidanandan, K. C. – ‘Role of Indian Corporate Sector in Education: An Assessment’, Annamalai University. (Enrolment No 4040500043, Registration Year 2007).
  4. Thao Phairei Chothe, – ‘E Governance: A Case study of Manipur’, Annamalai University (Enrolment No 4040500034, Registration Year 2007).
  5. Neetu, – ‘UNO and International Terrorism’, Annamalai University (Enrolment No 4040500004, Registration Year 2007).
  6. Maya Mishra, – ‘Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization: A Study of Civil Aviation Sector in India’, Annamalai University (Enrolment No 4040500036, Registration Year 2007).
  7. Jyoti Parasher, – ‘Regional Parties in Indian Politics: A Study of Samajwadi Party in UP’, Annamalai University (Enrolment No 4040500050, Registration Year 2007).
  8. Rekha Saini, ‘Working of Panchayats in the Post Liberalization Era: Role and Challenges, Annamalai University. Enrolment No. 4040600105, Registration Year 2007-08.
  9. Sanjeev Kumar Sharma. ‘Changing Role of Indian Bureaucracy’, Annamalai University, 2007-08. Enrolment No.4050600205, Registration Year 2007.
  10. Parvesh Kumar, ‘Dalit Pehchan and Identity: UP Ke Sandharbh Mein Ek Adhyyan’, University of Delhi, 2008.
  11. A. Supervision

Sanjeev Kumar. ‘Non-Party Political Process in Post Independence India: A Critical Assessment’ [in Hindi], Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi. 2010.

 

 

 

Annexure III: Training Programs

Course Subjects Institution Year Period Remarks
Workshop Computer Learning Institute of Life Long Learning, University of Delhi Jan. 11-23, 2010 Two Week  

Refresher Contemporary India C.P.D.H.E. University of Delhi March 7-30,

2005

Three Week  

Refresher Political Science C.P.D.H.E. University of Delhi Oct. 8-27, 2001 Three Week  

Orientation Academic Staff College, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi 6 Aug-3 Sept. 1998 Four Week Best Participant Certificate
Refresher Political Science and Public Administration C.P.D.H.E. University of Delhi 1998 Three Week

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Annexure IV

Seminars/Conferences/Workshops/Training Programs Attended

 

(a) International Conferences/Seminars

  1. International Seminar titled ‘Exploring Gandhian World Order’, Shyam Lal College [Evening], University of Delhi. January 28-29, 2013.
  2. 22nd World Congress of International Political Science Association, Madrid, Spain July 8-12, 2012.
  3. International Conference titled ‘Imagining India as a World Power: Asian Politics, the Indian Ocean and Balancing Forces’, Maharaja Agrasen College, University of Delhi. March 15-16, 2012.
  4. International Conference titled ‘Human Rights in the 21st Century: Global Perspective, National Challenges’, India International Center, Lodhi Road, New Delhi. February 14-15, 2012.
  5. International Seminar titled ‘Diversity and Change in Modern India’, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, New Delhi, 17 January 2012.
  6. International Seminar titled ‘A World of Difference: International Trends in Gender Inequality’, Department of Sociology, University of Oxford, England, 17 January 2011.
  7. International Seminar titled ‘Young Children, Digital Media, Language, Literacy and Learning’, Department of Sociology, University of Oxford, England, 14 February 2011.
  8. ‘Collaborating with the Commonwealth’, Woburn House, Tavistock Square, London, 11 February 2011.
  9. ‘CSC Welcome Program’, Edinburgh, Britain, 14-15 November 2010.
  10. ‘Commonwealth Conference: Award Holder Participation’, Windsor, London, 10-12 November 2010.
  11. International Training Program at London, 2010.
  12. International Conference on Education Awareness for Social Sectors Issues in India, Singhania University, Jhunjhunu (Haryana) and Times, Aligarh (U.P.), July 24, 2011.
  13. 21st World Congress of International Political Science Association, Santiago, Chile July 12-16, 2009.
  14. 20th World Congress of International Political Science Association, Fukuoka, Japan, July 9-13, 2006.
  15. International Conference on ‘Parties and Democracy in India: Emerging and Future Trends’, India International Center, New Delhi, 9-10 September 2005.

 

(b) National Seminars/Workshops/Training Programs

  1. Workshop on Political Institutions and Processes in Comparative Politics, Rajdhani College, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India, 28 February 2013.
  2. National Seminar on Exploring New Realms of Politics in India: Knowledge of Democracy and Democracy of Knowledge, Conference Centre, University Of Delhi. February 21-22, 2013.
  3. National Seminar on Parliamentary Democracy in India: Corruption and Black Money, A Challenge, Government Post Graduate College, Sheopur, Madhya Pradesh, India, 20-21 April, 2012.
  4. National Seminar on Local Self Government (Panchayati Raj) and Challenges, Problems and Solutions of Rural Development, Government Post Graduate College, Sheopur, Madhya Pradesh, India, 20-21 February, 2010.
  5. National Seminar on ‘Global Economic Challenges: implications for India Challenges’, 4-5 February 2010.
  6. National Seminar on ‘Mapping Middle Class in resurgent India: Perspectives and roles’, 5-6 February 2009.
  7. National Conference on ‘Revisiting Women’s Movement’, Lakshmibai College, University of Delhi, 11-12 March 2010.
  8. Seminar on ‘Information Technology in Education’, Harmony, New Delhi 24 September 2005.
  9. National Seminar on ‘Harnessing India-Japan Bilateral Partnership’, 7-8 February 2008.
  10. National Seminar on the topic ‘Challenges of 21st Century’, Government Vivekanand Post Graduate College, Manendra Garh, Distt. Korya, Chhatisgarh, India, October 18-19, 2008.
  11. National Seminar on ‘Indo-Us Relations; Changing Perspectives’, February 1-2, 2007.
  12. National Seminar on ‘Mapping India-Canada in Comparative perspective’, 27 February 2006.
  13. National Seminar organized by Annamalai University, Annamalai Nagar, Tamil Nadu, 5 April, 2006.
  14. National Seminar on ‘Indo-Canadian Partnership and Globalization: Trends and Perspectives’, 10 March 2005.
  15. Workshop on ‘Contemporary India’, Miranda House, University of Delhi, 2 February 2005.
  16. National Seminar on ‘Emerging Indo-Chinese Relations: Prospects and Challenges’, 2 December 2005.
  17.  National Seminar on ‘The Constitutional Change in India’, University of Delhi, 2 February 2000.
  18. National Seminar on Constitutional Review at Government Girls’ College, Morena, Madhya Pradesh, India, 25 September 2000.
  19. Academic Staff College, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, 28 April 1998.
  20. National Seminar on ‘Gandhi and 21st Century’, Dyal Singh College, University of Delhi, 3-4 April 1998.
  21. Workshop on ‘Women and Political Process’, Daulat Ram College, University of Delhi, 15-16 December 1997.
  22. Seminar on ‘Feminism’, University of Delhi, 6-7 August 1997.
  23. National Seminar on ‘Indian Politics: Recent Trends’, Centre for Professional Development in Higher Education, University of Delhi, 9 September 1996.