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Dr. Paroma Sen

Associate Professor

Dr.  Paroma Sen is currently working as Associate Professor in School of Liberal Education. She has joined School of Liberal Education, Galgotias University as a faculty of Political Science in July, 2022. Before joining Galgotias University, she worked as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science in Lady Shri Ram College for Women, University of Delhi for four years. Apart from working as a faculty of political science she also worked as a research associate and assistant for six years in India Development Foundation where she worked in research projects with UNDP, IKEA Foundation, Wageningen Centre for Development Innovation, Tara Akshar on issues of adult literacy, gender, skill development & civil society governance.   Dr. Sen’s educational credential includes a PhD in Political Science from Centre for Political Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, which she  successfully completed in 2015 on Land, Customary Laws and Gender: An Analysis of Institutional Changes in Land Rights in Haryana and was awarded her doctorate in 2016.

Qualification

  • PhD Political Science, Centre for Political Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
  • MPhil Political Science, Centre for Political Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
  • MA Political Science, Centre for Political Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
  • BA Political Science, Gargi College, University of Delhi

Research

Sen P. (2022) (co-authored) 'Family businesses, family values and corporate citizenship'. In Claire E A Seaman (edited),Corporate Citizenship and the Family: Exploring Citizenship and Sustainability in Family Business and Families in Business. Routledge, UK (Corporate Citizenship and Family Business - 1st Edition - Claire Seam (routledge.com)

Sen P. (2019) Trolling: Dark Sides of Globalization. In: Chakrabarti G., Sen C. (eds) The Globalization Conundrum—Dark Clouds behind the Silver Lining. Springer, Singapore

Sen P. (2022) Matrilineality (Hinduism). In: Jain P., Sherma R., Khanna M. (eds) Hinduism and Tribal Religions. Encyclopedia of Indian Religions. Springer, Dordrecht

Sen P. (2022) Sons (Hinduism). In: Jain P., Sherma R., Khanna M. (eds) Hinduism and Tribal Religions. Encyclopedia of Indian Religions. Springer, Dordrecht

Improving the lot of Indian farmers (with S. Gangopadhyay), Review of Market Integration, Sage Publication, 8(1&2), 34-48, 2016       

Certifications

Two Weeks Certificate Orientation Cum FDP on Introduction to European Studies: Concepts organised by School of Liberal Education, Galgotias University in collaboration with JNU Jean Monnet Project on Art and Culture in Everyday Life: An Interface of European and Indian Values, Trends and Opportunities, 23rd August to 2nd September, 2022

Area of Interest

Public Administration and Public Policy

Partition and Colonial History of India

Research Methodology in Social Science

Legal Studies

Other Achievements

Sen, P. (2022). EU and Refugee Crisis in Two Weeks Certificate Orientation Cum FDP on Introduction to European Studies: Concepts organised by School of Liberal Education, Galgotias University in collaboration with JNU Jean Monnet Project on Art and Culture in Everyday Life: An Interface of European and Indian Values, Trends and Opportunities, 23rd August to 2nd September, 2022

Sen, P. (2022). AI, Choice and Sense, Problematising Free Will and Choice in the face of AI, (Re) Constructing the ‘Self” in the age of AI: Perspectives, Contestations and Challenges, organised by School of Liberal Education, Galgotias University in collaboration with JNU Jean Monnet Project

Sen, P. (2016). Legal not independent of the social: Analysis of “land rights” in Haryana, Research Scholar’s Workshop on ‘Engendering Social Change: Practices of Resistance’ organised by Centre for Women’s Development Studies, 30-31st January, 2016

Sen, P. (2016). The Work of Evidence in State-Building: Skill Development Programme of the Government, Fourth LASSNet (Law and Social Sciences Research Network) International Conference on ‘Thinking with Evidence: Seeking Certainty, Making Truth’ organised by the O.P. Jindal Global University (Sonepat) and National Law University of Delhi (Dwarka) supported by Azim Premji University (Bangalore), Indian Institute of Technology (Delhi) and Kings College, London in collaboration with LASSnet anchored at the Centre for the Study of Law and Governance, Jawaharlal Nehru University (Delhi), 10-12th December, 2016.

Sen, P. (2011). Women, Marriage and Inheritance in Punjab and Haryana, International Conference on In the Name of Honour: A Dialogue on Androcentric Practices and Women’s Subjugation in South Asia organized by University of Delhi, 16-18 February, 2011