Academic Tutor & TRIP Fellow
B.A. (Institute for Excellence in Higher Education, Bhopal);
M.A.-Diplomacy, Law and Business (O.P. Jindal Global University)
Mansi Singh is a Teaching & Research for Intellectual Pursuit (TRIP) Fellow & Academic Tutor at Jindal School of International Affairs. She has a B.A. (Hon.) in Political Science from Institute for Excellence in Higher Education, Bhopal and a Master’s in Diplomacy Law and Business from Jindal School of International Affairs, O. P Jindal Global University. Her research interests include international development (governance, gender equality, and poverty), political economy and economic development.
She has been a part of the Centre for New Economics Studies as a senior research assistant where she has worked on two research publications – An ethnographic study on the inter-sectional application of the concepts of Embeddedness and ethnic solidarity in the socio-economic context of the Tibetan community residing in India; and a project focusing on women domestic workers in the informal sector that explores the linkages between gender, informal employment, poverty and growth and further assesses the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on this section of the economy.
She has volunteered with NGOs in India and Nepal where she taught English to young children. She has also interned with Government Departments and Think Tanks such as Madhya Pradesh Human Rights Commission, National Maritime Foundation and Global Counter Terrorism Council.