Bio

Completed M-Phil from Centre for International Politics, Organization and Disarmament (CIPOD), School of International Studies (JNU), New Delhi. As a part of M-Phil Dissertation, worked on the topic “United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy and Non-Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction: A Study of the Role of 1540 Committee”. Has previously worked with Observer Research Foundation (ORF), New Delhi under its Strategic Studies Program. Also a contributor to Marathi Vishwakosh (Encyclopedia) – a project of Government of Maharashtra – for the subject of International Relations. Has presented papers on various National and International Conferences including at University of Cambridge, UK, Dublin City University, Ireland and JNU, New Delhi among others. Earlier completed MA (Hon) in Politics from Department of Civics and Politics, University

 

Qualification

    • M.Phil (International Organizations)

    • M.A. (Honors) Politics

    • B.Sc. (Economics)

 

Research paper

    • Research paper 1 :“Trump’s Afghanistan strategy and emerging alignments in the region: Implications for India” – ORF Issue Brief, Issue No 209, Nov 2017

    • Research paper 2 :“Modi and CHOGM 2018: Reimagining the Commonwealth” , ORF Issue Brief, Issue No 238, April 208 (Co-Authored with Prof. Harsh Pant

 

Experience

    • Teaching experience : 4 Months

    • Research experience : 1 year

Subjects

Political Science Theories, Ideologies, International Relations, Foreign Policy of India, Elections in India