Fellowship received in 2021
Academic Supervisor: Prof. Amarjit Sharma.
Current affiliation: Special Centre for the Study of North-East India, JNU, New Delhi, India.
Academic achievement, Social engagement initiatives:
PhD Candidate in Political Science, from Special Centre for the Study of North-East India, New Delhi (2018-present); M.Phil in Women as a Subject in conflict situation in North-East India, SCSNEI, SSS-I, JNU, New Delhi (2016-2018); MA in Political Science, CPS, JNU, New Delhi (2013-2015); BA in Political Science from B Borooah College, Gauhati University (2010-2013); have also worked in an NGO ‘ Samarpan Foundation’ as a coordinator for six month. Receive the national ‘NAMASTE Governor Acharya Award’ in 2019 for the research work in north east India.
Published an article title “Cultural Imperialism: Flows of culture between the core and periphery” in Emphasis: A Journal of Social Sciences’ Vol.10, 2016.
Published in A Blind Peer Review Journal Developing Countries Research Centre (DCRC) Vol3,No.1, January-June 2020, University of Delhi - “GlobaLense: A Journal of Social Science Research” under the title “Implementation of Women Specific Social Security Schemes during Covid’19 in Assam”.
My research interest is on gender studies, women in conflict situation, government schemes, development, and empowerment.
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