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Assistant Professor (Senior Scale)

Qualification : PhD (Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay)

Specialization (not more than FIVE) : Public Policy and Governance, Political Ecology & Natural Resource Management,  Tribal/ Dalit Studies , Renewable Energy, Rural Development.

EXPERIENCE : (Teaching / Research) Experience: With a Master’s degree in Political Science from Centre for Political Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, I went to Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay to pursue M.Phil in Planning and Development and later completed my Ph.D from Humanities & Social Sciences, IIT, Bombay. During Ph.D I spent a year as a Commonwealth Split-Site Scholar in the Department of Development Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies
(SOAS), London.

After completion of M.Phil,  I worked as Research Assistant  for a month in Mumbai in an ethnographic fieldwork conducted by Pacific Ethnography Company, California, US. Afterwards, I worked as a Consultant for a small project on Water supply and sanitation programme with SaciWaters, Hyderabad and later continued working with Saciwaters as a Research Associate on the reader on Civil Society and Governance (published by Routledge). Thereafter, I worked as Research Assistant at National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad. Since 2011 onwards I am working as Assistant Professor in the Department of Development Studies.

Research Interests:

My research areas are the political ecology of forest conservation, environmental governance, water and urban ecology. I am also interested in the area of decolonization and development in Global South. My M.Phil and PhD work gave me an opportunity to work among the tribals in the tribal dominated regions of eastern India. I have worked on common pool resources, natural resource management, sanitation and local governance. I do policy studies on health, education, livelihood, gender and energy. My expertise is on qualitative research methods. I do interdisciplinary research. I would be interested in potential collaborations in areas related with environment, tribal, rural and urban governance.

Research (in APA Style)

  • Publications
    1. Anju Helen Bara, 2019, ‘Political Participation of Tribal Women in Panchayati Raj Institutions: A Case Study of Jharkhand’, Indian Journal of Rural Education and Engagement, Vol, 3, March 2019 (peer reviewed journal).
    2. Anju Helen Bara, 2019, “Decolonizing “Tribals”” in the book, Dimensions of Tribal Studies: Development and Culture in Perspectives edited by Prof. M. C. Behera and Ganga Nath Jha, Nation Press, New Delhi.
    3. N C Narayanan and Anju Helen Bara, ‘Enhancing Drinking Water and Sanitation Access to Poor: Lessons of NGO-Government Collaboration in Eastern India’, Journal of Governance & Public Policy, Vol. 2, No. 1, January-June 2012.
  • Patent :
  • Book :

My research areas are the political ecology of forest conservation, environmental governance, water and urban ecology. I am also interested in the area of decolonization and development in Global South. My M.Phil and PhD work gave me an opportunity to work among the tribals in the tribal dominated regions of eastern India. I have worked on common pool resources, natural resource management, sanitation and local governance. I do policy studies on health, education, livelihood, gender and energy. My expertise is on qualitative research methods. I do interdisciplinary research. I would be interested in potential collaborations in areas related with environment, tribal, rural and urban governance.

  • Publications
    • Anju Helen Bara, 2019, ‘Political Participation of Tribal Women in Panchayati Raj Institutions: A Case Study of Jharkhand’, Indian Journal of Rural Education and Engagement, Vol, 3, March 2019 (peer reviewed journal).
    • Anju Helen Bara, 2019, “Decolonizing “Tribals”” in the book, Dimensions of Tribal Studies: Development and Culture in Perspectives edited by Prof. M. C. Behera and Ganga Nath Jha, Nation Press, New Delhi.
    • N C Narayanan and Anju Helen Bara, ‘Enhancing Drinking Water and Sanitation Access to Poor: Lessons of NGO-Government Collaboration in Eastern India’, Journal of Governance & Public Policy, Vol. 2, No. 1, January-June 2012.
  • Patent :
  • Book Chapters
    • Anju Helen Bara, 2021, ‘Indigenous Academia and its role in empowerment of tribals, in the book India’s Indigenous Peoples A Journey of Self-Reflection on Culture, Society and Sustainability, edited by Prof. Virginius Xaxa, Dr. Vincent Ekka, Dr. Anabel Benjamin Bara and Dr. Juhi Priyanka Horo [September 2021], Indian Social Institute, New Delhi.
    • Anju Helen Bara, 2019, “Decolonizing “Tribals”” in the book, Dimensions of Tribal Studies: Development and Culture in Perspectives edited by Prof. M. C. Behera and Ganga Nath Jha, Nation Press, New Delhi.
  • Others
    • Anju Helen Bara, 2017, Clear Water is not Always Clean: Challenges of Sustainable Access to Clean & Safe Water‟ in the Newsletter, Water Action Network, Saciwaters, June, 2017
  • Awards
    1. 2015: Awarded South-South Institute Laureates Fellowship
    2. 2011: Young Professional Award, 2011, IASC and IDRC.
    3. 2010-11: Research Fellowship, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
    4. 2009-10 Commonwealth Split-Site Doctoral Scholarship, in School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.
    5. 2006-2009: Senior Research Fellowship, University Grants Commission, New Delhi.
    6. 2004-2006: Junior Research Fellowship, University Grants Commission, New Delhi.
  • Bursaries and Grants:
    1. 2018: Awarded Registration grant by International Sociological Association for XIA ISA World Congress of Sociology to be held in Toronto, Canada from July 15-21.2018.
    2. 2016: Awarded grant to attend and present a paper in the conference on Waste in Asia being organized by Leiden University, Netherlands,
    3. 2015. Grant to attend and participate in the 8th South-South Institute Workshop on Inequality and Social Justice in Global South, Durban, South Africa, 10-19 September, 2015
    4. 2011: Fellowship and travel grant to attend summer school on Participatory forest management as practice and performance, Wageningen University (Not availed
    5. 2011: Fellowship and travel grant to attend workshop on Forest Governance by University of Bonn, Germany (Not availed)
    6. 2008: Grant by Helvatas, Switzerland and SDC to attend workshop on Forest, Landscape and Governance held in Bhutan.
    7. 2007: Grant to participate on the training course on Property Rights, Collective Action and Environmental Governance: The Links between State, Community and Resources held by CGIAR and CAPRi
  • Projects:
    1. 2018: Small Research Project Grant of Rs 40000/- awarded by National Council for Rural Institutes (NCRI) on the topic “Political Participation of Tribal Women in Panchayati Raj Institutions: A Case Study of Jharkhand” (Principal Investigator)
    2. 2018-2019: Awarded Minor Research Project of Rs. 3 lakh by ICSSR on the topic “Access, Adoption and Sustainability of Sanitation Programme: An Empirical Study of Swach Bharat Abhiyan in Rural Bihar” (Principal Investigator)
  • Other Relevant Information
    1. Member, International Sociological Association (ISA)
    2. Member, Indian Sociological Society (ISS)
    3. Member, British Association for South Asian Studies (BASAS)
    4. Nodal Officer-SWAYAM-2021 onwards
    5. Nodal Officer-Unnat Bharat Abhiyaan, 2015-2017
    6. Member, SC/ST Cell-2021 onwards
    7. Member, Scholarship Cell of CUSB, 2018-2021
    8. Member, Task Force for Women-2015-2019
    9. Member, Internal Complaint Committee- 2016 onwards
    10. Member, SPARSH-2016 onwards
    11. Member, Unnat Bharat Abhiyaan, 2015-2020
    12. Member, Community Development Cell-2016 onwards
    13. Member, Anti-Ragging Committee, 2019-20
    14. Member, Academic Council- 2011 to 2015