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Prof. Tapan Prasad Biswal

Professor, Law

tapan.prasad@sharda.ac.in

About

He is Professional with 32+ experiences in academia, industry, and research. He is M.A. Political Science from University of Delhi, M. Phil from University of Delhi, and Ph. D. from University of Delhi. He received fellowship/scholarship from U.G.C. Department. He has published lots of book like Government and Citizenship (2015), Comparative Politics (2013), International Relation (2009), Human Right Gender & Environment and many more. He has also published various research papers and conference papers. He has delivered a lecture in UGC Academic Staff College, Himachal Pradesh University, Summer Hill, Shimla and Changing Prospective in Indian Politics in Globalised World. Africa in World Affairs Inaugural address in the Inter-College Competition held in Bhagni Nivedia College, University of Delhi. 23rd February, 2016. He has attended Chairing conference/ Seminar Session Organised (National/ International) On “State, Nation Building and Development Process.” International Conference organised on “Gandhi and the Contemporary World organised by Zakir Hussain Delhi College, and the Indian Council of Social Sciences Research (ICSSR). 25th February, 2016 and  “Women Issues” International Conference on “Redrawing the Boundaries of International Relations : Going beyond State and Power” organised by department of Political Science, Ravenshaw University Odisha and Indian Council for Social Science Research. Feb. 20-22, 2014. He has also organised seminar like, AFRICA: INTERNAL ISSUES AND INTERNATIONAL DIALECTICS (C.P.D.H.E., University of Delhi. 8-9 Nov., 1995), INDIAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS: RECENT TRENDS, (C.P.D.H.E., University of Delhi, 9-11 September, 1996) & AFRICAN RESILIENCE: CONTEXTUALISING POLITY, SOCIETY AND ECONOMY” (U.G.C Sponsored National Seminar, 2008.)

Experience
  • 32 years Research Supervision. Post-Graduate Honours and Under-Graduate Teaching
Qualification
  • Ph. D. University of Delhi
  • M. Phil University of Delhi.
  • M. A. Political Science University of Delhi
Award & Recognition

Academic Administration Policy Making

  • Member, Academic Council, University of Delhi. (Ph. D representative)
  • Member, Committee of Courses, Department of Political Science, (1916-1918) University of Delhi.
  • Member. Governing Body, School of Open Learning, University of Delhi.
  • Secretary Staff Council, School of Open Learning, University of Delhi.
  •  Member, Students Welfare & Admission, Printing, Personal Contact Programme, Library, Development & Planning, Purchase,& Examination committees etc. School of Open Learning. University of Delhi.

Administration

  •  Deputy Director, South Study Center, School of Open Learning, University of Delhi. (The Center deals with more than 1 lakh Students across Streams) 7 Years 2 Months
  • Financial Administration,(As Bursar) February 2020 onwards.
  • Officiating Executive Director/OSD ( in their leave period ) Academic Fellowships/

Scholarships

  • Junior Research Fellowship (U.G.C. Departmental). 2. Senior Research Fellowship (U.G.C. Departmental).
  • Field Study grant for data collection for Ph. D Thesis. University of Delhi Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR).
  • Publication grant for publishing Ph. D Thesis. Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR).
  • General Fellowship (Post-Doctoral) Later converted to Minor Research Project Indian Council for Social Sciences Research (ICSSR).
  • Major Research Project. University Grants Commission (UGC)2013-2015.
  • National Senior Fellowship 2019 Indian Council for Social Sciences Research (ICSSR).

Research

Research Paper

  • The Evolution of National Consciousness in Gold-Coast (Ghana) Africa Quarterly-Vol-XXVII-Number 3-4. 1987-88.
  • Book Review-Indo-African Relation in the Post-Nehru Era-Ajay Kumar Dubey. Ind.-Africa. Published by the Department of African Studies, University of Delhi. Research Supervision

Ph.-D Topic:

  • “Democracy (Non-Party) And Development in Uganda”
  • “Role of Indian Peace-keeping Forces in Sierra Leone”
  • Domestic violence in Delhi & NCR M. Phil.: dissertation submitted and degree Awarded.

Research Topic:

  • “Nelson Mandela: Shaping a New Nation”.
  • Struggle for Freedom in Namibia.

Research Project

  • “Development Strategies for Africa: A Critical Appraisal of OAU and World Bank Proposals” Awarded and financed by the ICSSR.
  • “Contextualising Civil Society in Africa.”Awarded and financed by University Grant Commission(UGC) 3. Africa's Economic Growth : Factoring India China Engagements (National Senior Fellowships) Indian Council for Social Sciences Research (ICSSR).

Seminars / Conferences (National/ International) / Papers presented

  • “The Polity in the Mahabharata and the Comparative Narratives.” Paper presented in the National Seminar Organised by Department of English, Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur, Rajasthan. March, 16th& 17th2015.
  • “Anti-Apartheid Narrative in the context of Global Civil Society Movement.”Paper presented in the International Conference on “Redrawing the Boundaries of International Relations: Going beyond State and Power” organised by department of Political Science, Ravenshaw University Odisha and Indian Council for Social Science Research. Feb. 20-22, 2014
  • “Human Rights of the marginalised groups Dalit, Women, Tribal and Unorganised workers”. UGC sponsored Seminar organised by Vallabh Government College, Mandi (H.P)on the topic. “The Individual and State: An exploration in Modern Indian Thought.14th& 15th November, 2005
  •  “AFRICA TODAY: A Critical Analysis” Seminar Room. School of Correspondence Courses, University of Delhi.10thMarch,2003
  • Indias African Neighbours and Globalisation. South Campus University of Delhi organised by AAPS. Delhi, 9th March 2004.
  • Globalizing Knowledge: African and GATS sharing Indian perspective. Seminar Room, SCC&CE, University of Delhi, 9th August 2004.
  • Human Rights and Globalisation, Course Material prepared for Gram Niyojan Kendra.
  • International Convention and Co-operaration in Prevention and Control of Cross Border Drug Trafficking, at LNJN National Institute of Criminology and Forensic Science, Ministry of Home Affairs on 16 June,2009.
  • Contextualizing Civil Society in Africa in the age of Globalization. Paper presented at the National Seminar organized by Department Of Political Science Kumaon University and IIPA New Delhi on 1-2nd November, 2011.

Lectures Delivered

  • UGC Academic Staff College, Himachal Pradesh University, Summer Hill, Shimla.
  • Changing Prospective in Indian Politics in Globalised World. Africa in World Affairs.
  • Inaugural address in the Inter-College Competition held in Bhagni Nivedia College, University of Delhi. 23rd February, 2016

Chairing Conference/ Seminar Sessions organised (National / International)

  • “State, Nation Building and Development Process.” International Conference organised on “Gandhi and the Contemporary World organised by Zakir Hussain Delhi College, and the Indian Council of Social Sciences Research (ICSSR). 25th February, 2016
  • “Women Issues” International Conference on “Redrawing the Boundaries of International Relations : Going beyond State and Power” organised by department of Political Science, Ravenshaw University Odisha and Indian Council for Social Science Research. Feb. 20-22, 2014

Seminar Organised

  • AFRICA : INTERNAL ISSUES AND INTERNATIONAL DIALECTICS (C.P.D.H.E., University of Delhi. 8-9 Nov., 1995).
  • INDIAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS: RECENT TRENDS,(C.P.D.H.E., University of Delhi, 9-11 September, 1996).
  • AFRICAN RESILIENCE: CONTEXTUALISING POLITY, SOCIETY AND ECONOMY” (U.G.C Sponsored National Seminar, 2008.)

Area of Interest

  • INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND POLITICAL ECONOMY
  • HUMAN RIGHTSS GENDER AND ENVIORMENT AND ITS INTERCONNECTION
  • COMPARATIVEPOLITICS
  •  INDIAN POLITICAL PROCESS