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International PhD applications: candidates shortlisted for interview, 1st semester 2020-21

The following international applications have been shortlisted for interview in the Phd admissions cycle for the 1st semester, 2020-2021.

Application No. Name

ASEAN-192002-1820 Visith Hoeng

ASEAN-192002-1894 Souk Sophal

ASEAN-192002-1811 Ngo Thanh Son

ASEAN-192002-1865 Tran Dang Nhan

IPG-202101-1625 Samridha SJB Rana

IPG-202101-1694 Mansi Goyal

IPG-202101-1576 Pawan Singh

PhD Interviews (Summer 2020): Candidates Shortlisted for Round 2

The following candidates have been shortlisted for the Round 2 of interviews for admissions to the PhD programme at the HSS, IITD (Semester 1 2020-21). Further details regarding the interview process has been sent by email to all candidates. Timings for the interview has also been mailed to the shortlisted candidates at 9 PM on 11 Jun 2020. Shortlisted candidates who have not received the mail by 6 AM on 12 June 2020, please check your spam folders.
N.B.: In the following list the Application Numbers appear in random order

Best paper award to Indupriya B.

Indupriya B., UQIDAR PhD scholar of Dr. Varsha Singh presented a papertitled, 'Cognitive Sex-differences in Risk taking:Implications for Male over-representation in Road Accidents' at the 46th National Annual Conference of Indian Association of Clinical Psychology. The study done with Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Delhi, funded by
Daimler Mercedes-Benz received 'Best Paper' Award

Workshop on Building STS Pedagogies in India

A two day workshop on critically engaging and bringing together Science and Technology Studies (STS) pedagogies in India, is being held in IIT Delhi, with the support of the Indian Academies of Science. The workshop aims to identify and deliberate conceptual and institutional issues towards developing a cogent, interdisciplinary, and broad pedagogic STS program within the Humanities and Social Sciences, as a way forward for a more integrated S&T program.

IIT Delhi Announces M.Sc. in Economics

The Department of Humanities and Social Sciences is launching full time two-year M.Sc. (Economics) programme from July 2020 semester. The programme draws on the strengths of mathematics, computer science, and other science and engineering disciplines. It is designed for students with bachelors degree in any discipline with substantial knowledge in mathematics.

Reproduction, Demography, and Cultural Anxieties in India and China in the 21st Century

As the most populous countries in the world, India and China have come to mark our collective conscience in significant ways. Recent research suggests that reproduction continues to be a national obsession in both countries. The stance has, however, shifted considerably from fears of overpopulation and high fertility rates, to policies encouraging childbearing and addressing infertility through assisted reproduction.

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