Projects

Project NameFunding AgencyFunds Sanctioned
Access to Information and Journalism in India
JGU
Rs. 474,800
Baltimore-Ashkelon Sister City Partnership: Responses to Jewish Identity and Community ExchangesAmerican Jewish CommitteeRs. 325,000
History-writing in the Nation- making in Israel and India: A Comparative StudyAmerican Jewish CommitteeRs. 325,000
India’s first Taiwan Education CentreMinistry of Education, Government of TaiwanRs. 400,746
Introducing Holocaust Studies for Indian Higher EducationUnited States Holocaust Memorial MuseumRs. 198,000
Reconsidering European Contributions to Global JusticeEuropean Union – Horizon 2020 research programmeRs. 18,77,00,000
The Role of Civil Society in Peacebuilding and Conflict TransformationJGURs. 500,000

 Research funds sanctioned and received from various agencies, industry and other organizations

Nature of the Project

     Duration

Name of the funding agency

Total grant sanctioned

Amount received during the year

 Family Resilience and Mental Well-Being: Enhancing resilience and mental health of children and adolescents through integrated school and family-based approaches

 January 2020- August 2021

 QMUL Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) Large Grants Scheme

 £50,000(Professor Sugandha Nagpal )

 NA

 Policy Assessment of Opportunities for Integrating South and Southeast Asia

 September 2019 -August 2020

 Asian Development Bank

 USD $ 10,000(Professor Kipgen, Professor Deepanshu and Professor Mohsin )

 NA

 

Number of Collaborative activities for research, faculty exchange, student exchange during the year

Nature of activity

Participant

Source of financial support

Duration

 Erasmus Staff Mobility Program for Training with Queen Mary University London

 

 Sugandha Nagpal

 Queen Mary University London

 March 11th – March 18th, 2019

Training Programme on Geoinformatics for Risk Mapping with the Centre for Geoinformatics, Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS, Mumbai)

Centre for Border Studies, JSIA

  Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS, Mumbai)

 October19-21, 2019

 

North East Research & Social Work Networking (NERSWN):  Academic and Fieldwork Support Partner, Kokrajhar District, BTAD Assam, Indo-Bhutan Border; Fieldwork Support Partner for Indo-Bangladesh Border (Transboundary Rivers Project)

Centre For border Studies

North East Research & Social Work Networking (NERSWN): 

Continuing

 York Centre for Asian Research (YCAR) Research Collaboration Fellowship 

 Sugandha Nagpal

 

 York University, Canada

 June 2020 – August 2021

Academic and Fieldwork Collaboration

Centre For border Studies

Institute of Development Action (IDeA), Guwahati (Assam)

Continuing

Academic and Internship Partner for Thematic on Anthropology, Indigenous Health, Ecology, Sustainability and Climate Change

Centre For border Studies

Kohima Institute, Kohima (Nagaland)

Continuing

International Programme Partner for study on Indo-Bhutan border

Centre For border Studies

Losel Gyatsho Academy, Pelrithang, Gelenphu, Sarpang District, Bhutan

Continuing

Knowledge Exchange Partner on Borderlands Study

Centre For border Studies

NEDAN Foundation: Knowledge Exchange Partner, Kokrajhar District, BTAD Assam

Continuing

Transboundary Rivers of South Asia (TROSA)

Centre For border Studies

Oxfam India, Knowledge Partner

Continuing

Indo-Bhutan Border: Academic and Knowledge Exchange Partner

Centre for border Studies

Bodoland University, Kokrajhar, BTAD Assam,

Ongoing

Academic and Internship Partnership for Thematic on Peace Processes, Conflict Transformation and Community Development

Centre for border Studies

North East Institute of Social Sciences and Research, Dimapur, (Nagaland)

Continuing

Sphere Standards in Humanitarian Practice

JSIA

RedR India

October 01 – 04, 2019

 Academic and Fieldwork Support Partner, Chirang District, BTAD Assam, Indo-Bhutan Border

Centre For border Studies

Action Northeast Trust (ANT, Assam)

Ongoing