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Research Overview

JGU’s research centres and institutes play an important role in advancing our research agenda and a significant part of our collaborative research work is carried out through them. Our research centres are conceptualised around subject areas of particular interest to the JGU research community and which also serve our research charter and overall vision. Over the past eight years, the University has established 12 research centres, in addition to three institutes that focus on behavioural sciences, executive education and leadership development and higher education research and capacity building.

Introducing Holocaust Studies for Indian Higher Education

The Indian government has launched two ambitious, complementary initiatives designed to transform India into a global manufacturing and technology hub —‘Make in India’ and ‘Digital India’. APJ Abdul Kalam, the… Read More

History-writing in the Nation-making in Israel and India: A Comparative Study

This study undertaken by the CHLET aimed to determine and analyse the impact of the landmark judgment of 2 July 2009 by the Delhi High Court on the lives of…

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The Making of Indian Diplomacy: A Critique of Eurocentrism

This study was undertaken by the Centre for Human Rights Studies (CHRS) in collaboration with the South Asia Human Rights Documentation Centre, the Human Rights Law Network, and the Centre… Read More

A Spatio-temporal Analysis of Taiwanese Direct Investment in China, 1991-2014: Visualizing and Mapp

CITEL in collaboration with the Oval Foundation, a non-profit think tank based in the UK, is taking the initiative to promote a New Zealand–India Free Trade Agreement (FTA) by conducting…

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Will Economic Cooperation Make Better Territorial Dispute Management for Rising Powers? Insights from Empirical IR Studies and the Implications to the India-China Case

CITEL is aiming to pursue the EXIM Bank of India for a probable grant of a research project on the current negotiations on the Export Credits by the International Working…

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Centre for Study of Political Violence

The Trade Policy Division at the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India sought a legal note on key information on various reforms which were proposed to the Dispute…

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Jindal Centre for Israel Studies

CITEL prepared a Working Paper for the Trade Policy Division at the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India on the understanding of energy security at the WTO. This…

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Baltimore-Ashkelon Sister City Partnership: Responses to Jewish Identity and Community Exchanges

CITEL prepared a legal memo on the potential WTO claims against the Chilean additional tax on diesel vehicles. The note studied the key provisions of the Chilean Tax Reform Bill,…

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Introducing Holocaust Studies for Indian Higher Education

In December 2011, a Knowledge Sharing Workshop on “Sub Regional Human Rights Mechanisms” was organized in collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme, South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation in…

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History-writing in the Nation-making in Israel and India: A Comparative Study

The International Justice Mission (IJM) and the CHRS collaborated for the completion of a project initiated by IJM’s Freedom Network. The Freedom Network is an initiative to holistically fight bonded…

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The Making of Indian Diplomacy: A Critique of Eurocentrism

CHRS is a research partner with the Global Health and Human Rights Database, a free online database of law from around the world relating to health and human rights. It…

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Reconsidering European Contributions to Global Justice (GLOBUS)

The Centre for International Trade and Economic Laws (CITEL) has been entrusted with the preparation of comprehensive trade policy monitoring reports (TPMR) of India’s six major trading partners by the…

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