As part of creating an enabling research environment, JGU encourages faculty members to engage in consultancy assignments with other institutions, business houses and public sector organizations. The terms of engagement in a consultancy project is governed by the University’s Consultancy Policy. JGU regularly has visitors from industry and other organizations with whom faculty members discuss possibilities of research collaboration and other opportunities for joint work. Our extensive and interdisciplinary faculty expertise have also allowed us to build external relationships that have enabled us to secure funded research projects and benefit our students in the form of thesis projects with joint supervision.
The University also receives grants and funding for research and capacity building initiatives from the various ministries of the Government of India, including for the training of senior officers of the Indian Administrative Service, Indian Police Service, Indian Revenue Service, Indian Trade Service, the three branches of the Indian military, and other police and paramilitary forces. We have also been awarded grants and contracts for research and capacity building from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), United Nations University (UNU), the Afghanistan Civil Service Institute, and other governmental, intergovernmental and private sector organizations.
|Project Name||Funding Agency||Funds Sanctioned|
|Agrarian Policy (1947-1970) in Historical Perspective||JGU||(To be notified)|
|Cultural Policy for the State of Punjab||Punjab Government||Rs. 1,500,000|
|Development and Finance||United Nations Development Programme, Bangladesh||Rs. 118,800|
|Evaluation of Global Alliance of Slum Dwellers Movement in South Africa and India||Global Alliance of Slum Dwellers Movement in South Africa and India||Rs. 536,725|
|Evaluation of Rajiv Awas Yojana: Creation of Spatial Information Architecture and Impact on the Urban Poor’s Claims to Land in Delhi||University of Amsterdam, Netherlands||Rs. 237,654|
|Governance of Urbanization and Environment in Indian Non-metros and its peripheral Villages: The Case of Haryana, Arunachal Pradesh and Tamilnadu||JGU||Rs. 630,000|
|India Public Policy Report||JGU||Rs. 4,000,000|
|Influence of Transnational Processes on the Co- production of Urban Space in Indian and Chinese Cities||Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICCSR)||Rs. 800,000|
|Land Titling Project||French Research Institute, Rabat, Morocco||Rs. 350,000|
|Publics, Politics and Technoscience in Contemporary Indian Contexts (in collaboration with Maastricht University)||Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICCSR)||Rs. 150,000|
|Reputations and Realities: Exploring Policy Effectiveness in Selected States||JGU||Rs. 600,000|
|State of Justice in India Report||JGU||(To be notified)|
|Study of Urban Transformation in Tamilnadu||CNRS-Paris and IFP-India||Rs. 235,000|