Institute Roll Number: 1501161003
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Area of Research: Water Conflict
Water is one of the basic source materials for human survival, which has given rise to innumerable conflicts in the past and continues to be one of the most contested natural resources in the world today. As a scarce resource, water is bound to raise competition among its multiple users. These competitions often get intensified and are manifested as water conflicts in the social and political realms.
The State in its capacity has often appropriated the terms of water use and the related infrastructure associated with it. When normal course of water channel is intervened by administrative orders and the judgment of distribution is made through top-down approach, tussle is bound to happen. The manifestation style may differ according to the situation and persisting polity, not the theme of resistance.
Topic of Research:Understanding Water Conflicts in Narmada River Basin: A Sociological Analysis of OmkareshwarHydel Project, India.
- Qualified UGC-JRF in Social Work (December, 2013 Exam)
- M.A. Social Work, Department of Social Work, University of Delhi (2012-14)
- B.A. Economics (Hons.), S.G.T.B. Khalsa College, University of Delhi (2009-12)
- Kumar, V. & Mishra, N.; Understanding Determinants for Sanitation Facility Adoption in Rural Area: - A Case Study of “Simrol Model Toilet” Project of Madhya Pradesh, India; Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research (IJIR) Vol-2, Issue-7, 2016 ISSN: 2454-1362. Access at: http://www.onlinejournal.in/IJIRV2I7/137.pdf
- NATIONAL ALLIANCE OF PEOPLE’S MOVEMENT (NAPM), Delhi, Badwani (M.P.), Mumbai (from June 2013 to July 2013)
- PROJECT CONCERN INTERNATIONAL (PCI) in Delhi (2012-13; on each working Tuesday and Thursday as part of academic program)
- NAND NAGRI OPEN COMMUNITY, Delhi as Community Work Trainee (2013-14; on each working Tuesday and Thursday as part of academic program)
- RURAL CAMP, SIROR, UTTARKASHI
In October, 2013, Visited Siror, Uttarakhand and as a group member tried to understand &ldsquo;Impact on Livelihood and Environment (Post Flood Disaster)&rdsquo;
- U21 MASTERS INTENSIVE MODULE 2014
From February, 10th-14th, 2014 Participated in academic program titled &ldsquo;Security and Development in South Asia” organized at the University of Delhi and conducted by DU in collaboration with University of Melbourne, Australia.
- 15 June, 2014 – 15 May, 2015: Worked as LAMP Fellow in PRS Legislative Research (Institute of Policy Research Studies)