Organizer: Sociology Programme, School of Liberal Studies, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University Delhi, Govt. of NCT of Delhi and Centre for Labour Market Studies, V.V. Gin National Labour Institute, NOIDA)
About the Workshop
- When: 10-12 May 2023
- NO REGISTRATION FEES WILL BE INVOLVED
- Number of participants-35
- Last date for accepting application: 29th April 23
- Confirmation of participation: 3rd May 2023
Venue: Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University Delhi, Kashmere Gate Campus, Lothian Road, Delhi – 110006
Who Can Apply: Registered PhD scholars of Delhi NCR
To cater to research scholars working in the intersections of the disciplines of Sociology, Social Anthropology, Economics, History, Development Studies and other related social science disciplines that adopt both qualitative and quantitative research methodology.
Apart from the regular class interaction, development of an interdisciplinary approach with particular focus on historical and contemporary approaches in labour studies will be the key strength of this workshop. Topics such as Feminist Research Epistemology, Labour Research, Historical and Contemporary Approaches to Social Research will be covered as both lecture and activity-mode. Sessions on Sources and access to Data, along with presentation from AUD library about remote access, facilities on data access and sharing can be extended to the participants. Another important component of this workshop will be writing research (proposal and articles), developing research relevant questions, articulation and conception of research ideas, critical engagement with policy review and analysis.
Scholars primarily working or interested to pursue Labour Studies are urged to apply. Selection criteria: based on 1) Statement of Purpose (500 -700 words) 2) Submission of a valid proof of PhD registration 3) Participant should be based in Delhi NCR
How to Apply
Submit applications to: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Rinju Rasaily (Assistant Professor, Sociology, School of Liberal Studies, AUD)
Dr. Dhanya M.B. (Fellow and Coordinator of Centre for Labour Market Studies, VVGNLI)