B.A. (University of Delhi);
M.A. (Jawaharlal Nehru University);
M.Phil. (Ambedkar University);
Ph.D. (University of Cambridge)
Dr. Rashmi Singh is a political sociologist who researches Indian politics, electioneering and political candidacy. She received her PhD from the University of Cambridge in 2021 and has taught inter-disciplinary courses on contemporary Indian politics and elections, social movements and organisational politics, and gender and politics. Her forthcoming work uses a qualitative approach to examine the gendered nature of Indian electoral politics and examines the complexity of political representation and party nomination practices in political parties. Previous to Jindal, she was a Junior Research Fellow at the Merian-Tagore International Centre of Advanced Studies in New Delhi.