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Past Interns

  • Ashima Vardhan

    Research Intern
  • Ripin Yadav

    Research Intern
  • Hrishikesh Kayshap

    Research Intern
  • Abhishek Giri

    Research Intern
  • Bhavya Kundu

    Research Intern
  • Jyotiprakash Dora

    Research Intern
  • Srikumar Sundaram

    Research Intern
  • Apoorva Srivastava

    Research Intern
  • Linhui Huang

    Research Intern
  • Lee Lap Tak

    Research Intern
  • Shreya Vaid

    Research Intern
  • Gauri Agarwal

    Research Intern
  • Atmaja Gohain Baruah

    Research Intern
  • Dechan Wangmo

    Research Intern
  • Shruthi Anup Kumar

    Research Intern
  • Vatsala Mishra

    Research Intern
  • Niyati Shetty

    Research Intern
  • Avadhi Patni

    Research Intern
  • Ravish Bhatia

    Research Intern
  • Aakriti Vinayak

    Research Intern
  • Geetanjali Dangwal

    Research Intern
  • Anuraag Srivastava

    Research Intern
  • Disunga Fedilis H

    Research Intern
  • Cidarth Sajith

    Research Intern
  • Joy Mitra

    Research Intern
  • Md Shariful Islam

    Research Intern
  • Ngipwem Rebecca Chohwanglim

    Research Intern
  • Parthu Venkatesh P

    Research Intern
  • Shristi Singh

    Research Intern
  • Surbhi Lohia

    Research Intern
  • Sharanya Menon

    Research Intern
  • Sunaina Bose

    Research Intern
  • Fatima Germanwala

    Research Intern
  • Ramya Kannan

    Research Intern
  • Oliver Gonsalves

    Research Intern
  • Julee Kumari

    Research Intern
  • Navreet Kaur Kullar

    Research Intern
  • Jagrat Buragohain

    Research Intern
  • Fay Zhong

    Research Intern
  • Srijana Karnatak

    Research Intern
  • Chandan Panigrahi

    Research Intern
  • Disket Angmo

    Research Intern
  • Vidushi R Singh

    Research Intern
  • Bhavana Giri

    Research Intern
  • Kuldeep Saini

    Research Intern
  • Madhvi Pokhriyal

    Research Intern
  • Aishwarya Sanas

    Research Intern
  • Nishant Dilip Sharma

    Research Intern
  • Vasvi Saini

    Research Intern
  • Sanjana Dhar

    Research Intern
  • Megna Suresh

    Research Intern
  • Hassaan Chishti

    Research Intern
  • Annesha Bhattacharjee

    Research Intern
  • Meghanjalli Routh

    Research Intern
  • Alexander S Levine

    Research Intern
  • Antara Kar

    Research Intern
  • Deepabali Bhattacharjee

    Research Intern
  • Ferdausi Mahojabin Sumana

    Research Intern
  • G Shandeepan

    Research Intern
  • Ila Joshi

    Research Intern
  • Isha Sharma

    Research Intern
  • Judy Cheng

    Research Intern
  • Kanika Arora

    Research Intern
  • Mahdi Frough

    Research Intern
  • Maitraiyi Mondal

    Research Intern
  • Mingming Zhou

    Research Intern
  • Priyadarshini Rawal

    Research Intern
  • Priyanka Babbar

    Research Intern
  • Rani Singh

    Research Intern
  • Samar Tyagi

    Research Intern
  • Shishir Ghimire

    Research Intern
  • Shubhda Gurung

    Research Intern
  • Spike Nowak

    Research Intern
  • Swati Arun

    Research Intern
  • Vishal Choudhury

    Research Intern
  • Zhussip Zhumagaliyev

    Research Intern
  • Kritika Gupta

    Research Intern
  • Sanchi Vahal

    Research Intern
  • Shobita Kohli

    Research Intern
  • Mahima Bhatia

    Research Intern
  • Mahima Khosla

    Research Intern
  • Li Zhongwu

    Research Intern
  • Rustam Ali Seerat

    Research Intern
  • Sanghamitra Bora

    Research Intern
  • Sukanya Roy

    Research Intern
  • Satarupa Mitra

    Research Intern
  • Palden Sonam

    Research Intern
  • Shivangi Gulati

    Research Intern
  • Debashree Nath

    Research Intern
  • Arpita Ghosh

    Research Intern
  • Priyam Chadha

    Research Intern
  • Apeksha Dhakorkar

    Research Intern
  • Inderdeep Kaur Raina

    Research Intern
  • Rishap Vats

    Research Intern
  • Mayur Dandge

    Research Intern
  • Jyotishman Bhagawati

    Research Intern
  • Shubham Karmakar

    Research Intern
  • Prakash Bhandari

    Research Intern

Thank you for your interest in the Institute of Chinese Studies, Delhi!

Why intern with ICS?

The Institute of Chinese Studies is a premier research institute in India pursuing high-quality scholarship on China and the East Asian region on the whole. Within the broad area studies framework, its faculty is engaged in diverse research areas including foreign policy, economy, labour, borderlands, public health, minorities, politics, history, society, leadership and so on.

The internship programme will not only help in gaining professional experience, but also equip one with research, data analysis, writing, editing, communication and organizational skills that are integral to the Institute’s work profile.

One of the objectives of the programme is to provide exposure and nurture interest in China and East Asia, which we hope can sustain a research intern’s interest enough to enable him/her to take up higher studies on East Asia.

Minimum Eligibility

- Preferably, applicants must have completed their Masters. However, we are open to accomodating students pursuing their Masters as well.
- Applicants must possess a keen interest in China and/or the East Asian region.
- Language proficiency in any of the related areas in the East Asian region would be an added advantage. Language students in their BA final year are                encouraged to apply.
- Applicants must  be interested in and demonstrate ability to take up research as well as organisational tasks.
- Social media and website management related skills would be of additional advantage.

Programme Duration and More Details

ICS accepts applications throughout the year. The internship duration ranges from 2 to 3 months.
ICS is committed to diversity and equal opportunities for all.

Application requirements

- Send in a detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- A writing sample of not more than 2000 words if available
- A one page (500 words) research statement/proposal
- Two letters of recommendation (of which one must be from a faculty member)

How to Apply

Mail your application with a short cover letter with the above documents to careers@icsin.org. Specify email subject as ‘Application for Internship’.

The cover letter (in the main text of the email) must provide a brief introduction to the applicant’s area(s) of interest, relevant experience and skills and also indicate the period of availability.

Before submitting your application, we would urge you to go through our website www.icsin.org and browse through our various programmes and publications to not only familiarize yourselves with our mission and work but also to be sure that ICS is where you want to spend an important part of your academic and professional life.

Shortlisted candidates will be called for an interview (in person or telephonic).

Note: Following is a list of things ICS cannot provide:

- Support with travel or visa-related issues.
- Information on possible external sources of funding.

 

Ashima Vardhan
Research Intern

Ashima Vardhan was a research intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS), Delhi. She is in her third year of Integrated Programme in Management at IIM Indore. Her research interests include Confucius Institutes, Education and Tourism in China and India, China’s Social Credit System, and Institutional Economics.

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Ripin Yadav
Research Intern

Ripin Yadav was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies. He is pursuing Integrated Programme in Management from Indian Institute of Management, Indore (2017 – 2022) Madhya Pradesh. As a part of his curriculum, he has studied Human development theories, Economics statistics, Political science, and Economics. His research interests are China’s economy, Human Development, and Technological Advancements.

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Hrishikesh Kayshap
Research Intern

Hrishikesh Kayshap was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS), New Delhi. He is pursuing the dual-degree 5-Year Integrated Programme in Management at Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Indore. Some of his major academic subjects include International Relations, Law, US Foreign Economic Relations and Development economics among others. He has co-authored a paper on Competition Law in India: Section 3 & 4; Applicability of Section 3 and 4 for Trade Unions and Associations, which is to be published in NILS India Business Law Review. He has also worked on the term paper “Public and Private Primary Education in India” under the guidance of Dr Urjani Chakravarty. He is currently working on the start-up or entrepreneurial markets of China and India especially in the areas of laws, policies, and regulations governing start-ups.

 

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Abhishek Giri
Research Intern

Abhishek Giri was a research intern at Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS) Delhi. He is currently a 2nd year Integrated Programme in Management student at Indian Institute of Management, Indore. His research interests are Chinese economy and foreign policy, Chinese military modernization, China’s motives behind the Belt and Road initiative, and the evolving power dynamics in the Indo-Pacific Region.

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Bhavya Kundu
Research Intern

Bhavya Kundu was a second-year undergraduate student from the Integrated Programme in Management at Indian Institute of Management, Indore, and is the coordinator of the undergraduate Consulting and Economics Special Interest Group of IIM Indore - Appl-i. He has worked on a diverse array of academic projects from the domains of social sciences to macroeconomics, and conducted extensive field work for sociological aspects of the projects. His current projects include analyzing the Chinese Economy from the Perspective of FDI, China and its Great Game in the Asia Pacific and A Commentary on the Chinese Monetary Policy. His research interests include fields like central banking and monetary economics, foreign policy and international relations.

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Jyotiprakash Dora
Research Intern

Jyotiprakash Dora is a management student and is presently pursuing his MBA from the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Shillong. Before joining MBA he was working with a software company for some of world’s major financial institutions. He is presently doing his internship with ICS on developing a platform to connect ICS with Chinese nationals worldwide to build stronger international relationships. 
 

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Srikumar Sundaram
Research Intern

Srikumar Sundaram is a management student and is presently pursuing his MBA from the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Shillong. He is currently on a project with ICS on building a platform for connecting ICS with Chinese nationals worldwide and to offer solutions that would engage and build stronger ties with India through ICS. Though he is pursuing his General Management program, his areas of interest are Marketing and Consulting.

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Apoorva Srivastava
Research Intern

Apoorva Srivastava completed her B.A. (Hons.) and M.A. in Chinese Language, Literature & Culture from Center for Chinese and South-East Asian Studies, School of Language, Literature and Cultural Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, in 2014 and 2016 respectively. Her areas of interests are Sino-Indian historical and archaeological links, political development in China, past and present socio-economic scenario of China, present social concerns in China and China’s international policies.

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Linhui Huang
Research Intern

Linhui Huang is a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies from July 2016 to August 2016. She was previously an exchange student of Shih Hsin University, Taiwan, from February 2016 to June 2016. Her areas of interest are China's international relations, East Asian security issues and China’s domestic policy and economy.

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Lee Lap Tak
Research Intern

Lee Lap Tak is a research intern at ICS. He is pursuing his master degree ‘Global Studies Programme’ at Freiburg Universität, Germany. He was an inbound exchange student of JNU from Jan to May 2016. In ICS, he is currently working on Sino – Indian relationship.   

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Shreya Vaid
Research Intern

Shreya Vaid is research assistant at the institute of Chinese (ICS) Delhi. She completed her B.A (Hons.)Political Science from Jesus and Mary College, Delhi University, and M.A in Political Science from Amity University, Uttar Pradesh. She has interned at the India Policy Foundation for one month. She has also written an article “The Fading White Rectangle” which was published in the quarterly Journal “Pakistan Watch” by the India Policy Foundation.At present she is working on Vietnam China Relations in the Institute of Chinese Studies.

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Gauri Agarwal
Research Intern

Gauri Agarwal is a research intern at the institute of Chinese Studies (ICS) Delhi.  She has completed her graduation in political science from Jesus and Mary college, Delhi University. At present she is working on ‘China’s involvement in SAARC and its implications for India’. Her areas of interest include Sino-Indian and China-South Asia relations; China’s engagement in multi-lateral forums in Asia.

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Atmaja Gohain Baruah
Research Intern

Atmaja Gohain Baruah is a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies. She has done her Bachelors from Miranda House, Delhi University, in Sociology and is currently pursuing MPhil in East Asian Studies, SIS, from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. She had completed her Masters in the same Centre from Delhi University. Currently, her primary focus lays on Non-Traditional Security threats in China, although her research interests also lie in Sino-Indian relations, Chinese foreign policy and Chinese politics; Cross Strait Relations; OBOR and the BCIM corridor. 

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Dechan Wangmo
Research Intern

Miss Dechan Wangmo is a Research Intern. She is pursuing Ph.D. from the East Asian Studies Department, University of Delhi and is working on ‘International Political Economy and Chinese national economy.She has completed  M.Phil  " International Political Economy and China’s Rise" in  Chinese Studies, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India. She is the recipient of Huayu scholarship by Ministry of Education Taiwan, Under which she pursued Chinese Language course in National Chengchi University Taiwan. She holds a PG Diploma in International Law and Diplomacy from Indian Society of International Law. She has a Master’s degree in Political Science, Department of Political Science from the University of Delhi and has specialized in South Asia, Development studies, and Human Rights and a Graduation degree in Political Science Honours from Gargi College, the University of Delhi with specialization in United Nations Organisation. She was selected for ‘2013 Taiwan Study Camp for Future Leaders from South Asia’ (16 Dec. 23-Dec. 2013) and the Certificate was awarded by Ambassador Mien-Sheng Hsu, President of The Institute of Diplomacy and International Affairs, MOFA (Taiwan).

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Shruthi Anup Kumar
Research Intern

Shruthi Anup Kumar is currently pursuing an MA in international studies at Christ University, with an interest in the dynamic region of East Asia.  She has a Bachelor's degree in Commerce from Mount Carmel College, Bangalore. She is a member of the PG Association ‘Lyceum’ at Christ University and has presented a paper titled ‘Terrorism as a response to the cultural invasion, a backlash to globalisation’ for the 5th interdisciplinary PG Conference. She is currently working on a research project on China’s one country, two systems policy in relation to Taiwan.

 

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Vatsala Mishra
Research Intern

Vatsala Mishra is currently pursuing her Masters in International Studies from Christ University, Bangalore. She got her Bachelor’s Degree in English and Psychology from Isabella Thoburn College, Lucknow University. She has served as a member of Editorial Board for her college magazine named “Chandbagh Chronicles” for two years. She has also presented a paper on “Technology and Diplomacy: Challenges and Opportunities” and participated in a panel discussion on “Political Parties and Ideologies with reference to Elections 2017” in Christ University.
 

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Niyati Shetty
Research Intern

Niyati Shetty is a Research Intern at Institute of Chinese Studies, Delhi. She is pursuing her MA in International Studies from Christ University, Bangalore. She has completed her Bachelors in Management Studies from H.R. College of Commerce & Economics, University of Mumbai. Her areas of interest include China-Japan Relations, China-South Korea Relations, Japan-South Korea Relations, Territorial Disputes in East Asia & Southeast Asia, and Conflict Resolution. She is currently working on a research project titled ‘Changing Leadership, Changing Stance: Effect of Japanese and Filipino Leaders’ Positions on Territorial Disputes with China.’

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Avadhi Patni
Research Intern

Avadhi Patni is currently pursuing her Masters in International Studies from Symbiosis School of International Studies, Pune. She got her Bachelor’s Degree in B.Com Honours (Accountancy) from Institute for Excellence in Higher Education, Barkatullah University, Bhopal (M.P.). She has served as a Student Director for Social Service at The Daly College, Indore. She also represented India with other teammates at the International Regional Round Square of the Americas’ Conference on the theme ‘Unity in Community’ in Appleby College, Canada. Recently she was a part of the organising and report drafting committee for International Relations Conference (IRC): India and the Indian Ocean 2016 and also part of the organising and communication committee for China Symposium. Her current project focuses on Social Credit System in China. Her areas of interest include defence, strategy and security in context to China's increasing presence in South Asian Region, Sino-Indian and China-South Asia relations and cultural studies.

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Ravish Bhatia
Research Intern

Ravish Bhatia holds a bachelors in technology from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi and is a Yenching Scholar for the cohort of 2017 at Peking University with a concentration in Economics and Management. In the past he has worked across management consulting and developmental consulting at ZS Associates and Swaniti Initiative respectively. He was involved in building development plans for model villages in Sikkim and Uttar Pradesh.He founded and presently leads the National Youth Advisory Panel, PLAN International (India Chapter), a 200-member youth body promoting children's rights in India. 

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Aakriti Vinayak
Research Intern

Aakriti has completed her Masters in Politics (with specialization in International Relations) from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.  She got her Bachelor’s degree in History from Jesus and Mary College, University of Delhi.  She has also done a short term course on Media studies in collaboration with Jesus and Mary College and Times of India. During her college days she was a member of the student union and core team member and fellow walk leader of Dastaan- the Art and Architecture Society. She was involved in the UGC funded innovation project on Zafar Mahal and University of Delhi’s annual festival Antardhwani.  In past she has worked as an intern with Times Business Solutions, INTACH and BRICS International forum. Currently she is working on a project Ibadat which aims to connect the past with present through heritage walks around the cities of India, primarily Delhi. During her Masters she has done varied courses from Problems of International Relations, Aesthetics and International Politics to specialized areas like South Asia, South East Asia and China. She has also participated in various conferences in JNU like Kunzru Memorial lecture on current Refuges crisis She is interested in looking at Alternative approaches to International Relations and how there can be a “dialogue” with the mainstream International Relations.

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Geetanjali Dangwal
Research Intern

Geetanjali Dangwal is a Research Intern working on the Strategic Analyses concentrating upon Internet Sovereignty and Cybersecurity both quantitative and qualitative in nature. She is a prospective Research Scholar. She currently holds double Masters in East Asian Studies from the University of Delhi and Public Administration from the Uttarakhand Open University. She holds a Bachelors degree in Mathematical Sciences with concentration in Computer Science, Operations Research and Mathematics.She was the Chief coordinator of the Lecture Programme of the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea, H.E. Dr. Cho Hyun at the University of Delhi. She has participated in the 9th All India Korean Language Speech Contest, and has already presented two research papers at the International Conferences at JNU which will soon be published. She has also been an active attender to the International, National conferences and workshops.

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Anuraag Srivastava
Research Intern

Anuraag Srivastava is a graduate in Engineering in the field of Information Technology from University of Mumbai. Currently, he is pursuing Masters of Arts in International Studies from Symbiosis School of International Studies. His research areas include internal political as well as economic structures and policies of China and comparative studies between economic, social and political policies of India and China. He has published articles for Indian Review of Global Affairs, the research wing of Symbiosis School of International Studies. He is also studying Mandarin and has completed HSK level 1 exam so far.

 

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Disunga Fedilis H
Research Intern

Disunga Fedilis H has completed her masters from Jawaharlal Nehru University on Politics with Specialisation in International Relations. She has acquired her Bachelor Degree from Don Bosco College Maram, Manipur on Political Science.  During her bachelor, she has served as an executive member in various Student’s Organisations and has participated in various activities from teaching the marginalised to conducting awareness programs on the various ground. She has also undertaken field work to Manipur Central Jail analysing its Functional and Managerial System. She has done courses on International Area Studies in various countries and regions, Foreign Policy and Domestic Political System. At present, she serves as a Research Intern in the Institute of Chinese Studies. She is working on the Human Security in China; Drug a determinant, and also interested in looking at Chinese advancement in Myanmar; Impacts on India, China’s policies towards South Asia; Economic and Cultural.

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Cidarth Sajith
Research Intern

After graduating in Economics from Madras University, Cidarth completed his Masters from The School of Government and Public Policy at Jindal University. He has conducted and convened various economic symposiums in his undergraduate years. Previously an intern at Nirvana Films, he subsequently worked with the India Public Policy Report, Centre for India-China Studies at Jindal University and The Karnal Gazetteer. With interests ranging from political economy to mass media and pop culture, Cidarth considers himself to be a lover of tales, tea and things past. 

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Joy Mitra
Research Intern

Joy Mitra was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies from May 2014 to July 2014. His areas of interests are comparative law and international affairs.

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Md Shariful Islam
Research Intern

Md. Shariful Islam was a Research Intern at Institute of Chinese Studies from June 2013 to August 2013. His areas of interest are critical security studies, human security, critical approaches to International Relations theory, South Asian politics, foreign policy analysis (with particular focus on Bangladesh, US, China, India), regionalism/cooperation through institutions, qualitative research methods, conflict transformation and peace building.

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Ngipwem Rebecca Chohwanglim
Research Intern

Ngipwem Rebecca Chohwanglim is an M. Phil student at the School of International Studies, Centre for East Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. 

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Parthu Venkatesh P
Research Intern

Parthu Venkatesh P was a Research Intern at Institute of Chinese Studies, New Delhi. He is pursuing Post Graduate Diploma in Alternative Dispute Resolution at Indian Law Institute, New Delhi. He is also pursuing an online certificate course in Chinese Culture and Contemporary China from Nanjing University. He has completed his Post Graduate Diploma in International Law and Diplomacy at Indian Society of International Law, New Delhi and has an undergraduate degree in B.COM Programme from University of Delhi, New Delhi. His areas of interests are Chinese foreign policy, Territorial disputes in South China Sea and International Arbitration with respect to the Commercial and Civil Disputes.

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Shristi Singh
Research Intern

Shristi Singh was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS). She is currently pursuing M.A. in International Studies from Symbiosis School of International Studies (SSIS). She has completed her graduation in Political Science from Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi in 2017. She has contributed few articles to the Indian Review of Global Affairs (IRGA), which is the research portal of SSIS. She also possesses basic knowledge of Mandarin. Her research interests include primarily Domestic and Foreign Policies of India and China, Sino-India relations and various regional and sub-regional arrangements (Asia).

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Surbhi Lohia
Research Intern

Surbhi lohia was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS). She is currently pursuing M.A. in International Studies from Symbiosis School of International Studies(SSIS) Pune. She has completed her graduation in B.A Hons Sociology from Jesus and Mary College, University of Delhi. She has interned at Nielsen as a market researcher. She has contributed a few articles to the Indian Review of Global Affairs (IRGA), which is the research portal of SSIS. She also possesses basic knowledge of Mandarin. Her research interests lies within the conflict and security studies domain ; Sino-India relations amidst heightened cross border tensions.

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Sharanya Menon
Research Intern

Sharanya Menon is a Reserach Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies, Delhi. She is pursuing her integrated Masters in Developmental Studies from IIT Madras. Her research interests primarily focus on the question of gender in China and specifically the Social Credit System initiative of the Chinese government.

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Sunaina Bose
Research Intern

Sunaina Bose was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies. She is pursuing her MA in Development Studies from IIT Madras. Her areas of interest are the Belt and Road Initiative,Chinese engagement in Multilateral Development Banks. She also takes a keen interest in intersectionality and gender studies.

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Fatima Germanwala
Research Intern

Fatima Germanwala was a research intern at Institute for Chinese Studies, New Delhi. She is pursuing her masters in Geopolitics and International Relations from Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE). She has completed her graduation in English Literature from IIS University, Jaipur, in 2016 and further worked as a freelancer for Times of India, Jaipur. Her areas of interest are Human Rights in China, India-China relations and China's socio-cultural elements.  

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Ramya Kannan
Research Intern

Ramya Kannan was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS) Delhi. She is pursuing her Integrated M.A. in Development Studies from IIT Madras. Her research interests include urbanization, migration and sustainability. She is also interested to study regional cooperation in Asia, human rights issues, and climate change and its effects on conflict situations. 

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Oliver Gonsalves
Research Intern

Oliver Nelson Gonsalves was a Research Intern at Institute of Chinese Studies from February 2015 to June 2015. He worked on compilation of data for a project on Chinese investments in India and overlooked the setting up of the new ICS website. His areas of interest are entrepreneurship, energy studies, policy research and political economy.

 

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Julee Kumari
Research Intern

Julee Kumari was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS), New Delhi. She recently completed her MA in Politics (specialization in international relation) from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. She had done project on China and the Middle East as part of her masters programme. She completed her BA (H) in Political Science from Deshbandhu  College, University of Delhi and her research interests are non traditional aspects such as: women status in China, environment ,population and Chinese political system.

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Navreet Kaur Kullar
Research Intern

Navreet Kaur Kullar is a Research Intern at Institute of Chinese Studies. She has completed her MA in International Relations (2016-2018) from Amity University, Noida and has done her BA (honors) in English Literature from the same university. She has received a silver medal during her graduation from the university and has also been provided with a scholarship for academic excellence. During her post-graduation she participated in multiple extra-curricular events. She also participated and presented a paper in UPTAKE programme “Dividing lines in wider Europe: political and security challenges three decades after the fall of the Iron Curtain” held at Brussels School of International Studies in 2018. She holds a diploma in Human Security from Sciences Po University, Paris,France. She has formerly interned with Ministry of External Affairs in WANA division from July-September, 2017. Her MA thesis was on the Geopolitics of the Rohingya Issue. Her research interests lie in the area of International Relations and Political Science; International Security/Rise of Emerging Nations, particularly India and China in global politics.

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Jagrat Buragohain
Research Intern

Jagrat Buragohain was a Research Intern at Institute of Chinese Studies. He has completed his MA in International Relations from Amity University, Noida (2016-2018) and BA in Tourism Administration (2010-2013) from the same university. During graduation his dissertation topic-‘History of Tea from China to India and Tea Tourism’ was given the best award and after completing graduation he has taken up many volunteer Eco-Tourism programmes in Assam. During Masters his dissertation topic was on ‘Illegal Migrants and its Consequences’ under the regional political party-Asom Gana Parishad. His main areas of interest are Sino-India Relations, Northeast India and Regionalism; and Border and Security Issues.

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Fay Zhong
Research Intern

Fay Zhong is a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS), Delhi. She is pursuing her M.A. in English Literature in Graduate School of Xi’an University of Technology - Xi’an, China. She has completed her Bachelor in English Literature in Datong University - Datong, China (2013-2017) She is interested in Chinese literature, especially literature works generated in modern and contemporary China. Her research in ICS focuses on the different female images in Thunder Storms by Cao Yu.

 

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Srijana Karnatak
Research Intern

Srijana Karnatak was a Research Intern at Institute of Chinese Studies, Delhi. She has completed her MA in International Studies (2016-2018) from Christ (Deemed to be University), Bengaluru. Her MA dissertation was on ‘India’s Border Area Development Programme in the Eastern Front: A Critical Study’. She completed her BA (Programme) in Political Science and Economics (2012-2015) from Gargi College, University of Delhi. Previously she has worked as a Research Intern at Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses under the Non-Traditional Security Centre. Her research interests are territorial disputes between India and China, border studies and significance of non-traditional security in East Asia. She is currently working on a research project titled ‘Delimiting the Northern Frontiers of British India: A Study of Colonial India’s Border-making Project vis-à-vis China (1890-1947).

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Chandan Panigrahi
Research Intern

Chandan Panigrahi was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies from February 2014 to April 2014. He worked on human rights and human security issues. His areas of interest are human rights, human security, foreign policy and international organizations.

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Disket Angmo
Research Intern

Disket Angmo was a Research Intern at Institute of Chinese Studies from April 2015 to June 2015. She worked on a project titled 'A study of Protest and Uprising in Tibet since 1959 till today’. Her areas of interest area Chinese foreign policy, Tibet issues, and border studies.

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Vidushi R Singh
Research Intern

Vidushi R Singh is a Research Intern at Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS), Delhi. She is currently a student at the Integrated Programme in Management at IIM Indore. As a part of her curriculum, she has studied International Relations, International Trade and Politics, among other subjects. She has also written a paper on the State-Private Business Interface in China, with fellow classmate Yukta Keshri, under the supervision of Professor G. Venkat Raman. Her research interests relate to the state – private business interface in China, the role of political agendas in the US – China trade war, rise of populism and protectionism, and emerging debates in the global eco-political sphere.

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Bhavana Giri
Research Intern

Bhavana Giri is Research Intern at Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS), Delhi. She is 4th year student undergoing Integrated Programme in Management from Indian Institute of Management, Indore. Before joining ICS she worked as Market Strategy Intern at Citylytics IntrigAI Technologies Pvt. Ltd.. There she focused on studying Indian markets and emerging market places by collecting consumer data to locate them and see the distribution across cities. Thereby locating the best markets for clients of at Citylytics IntrigAI Technologies to expand. Her areas of interest are studying market and trade patterns, Trade War between China and U.S., Economic repercussions on ASEAN and possible opportunities for India benefit from Trade war.

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Kuldeep Saini
Research Intern

Kuldeep Saini is a Research Intern at Institute of Chinese Studies. He is pursuing Integrated Programme in Management from Indian Institute of Management, Indore (2016 – 2021) Madhya Pradesh.  During his graduation, he has worked on the Term paper “Role of MSME’s in developing Economies” for the course Critical Thinking and Writing Skills under the guidance of Dr. Dibyadyuti Roy. Previously he has worked as a summer intern for Edelweiss Financial Services under the Mutual Fund Products department, understanding the financial segmentation of M F products for different Indian Markets (May 2018 – July2018). His main areas of interests are China’s competitive policies of MSME’s, Institutional governance & regulations, Slowbalising economies & India – China investment corridor.

 

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Madhvi Pokhriyal
Research Intern

Madhvi Pokhriyal is a research intern at Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS) Delhi. She is pursuing her Masters of Art in International Studies and History from Christ (Deemed to be) University, Bengaluru. She has done her Bachelors in BA (Hons.) Political Science from Kirori Mal College, University of Delhi. Her research interests are Growing presence of China in Africa, Chinese investment in Africa and various debates, Chinese foreign policy regarding African nations, China’ soft power diplomacy in Africa, African foreign policy and historic links between China and Africa. She can speak beginner level Mandarin.

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Aishwarya Sanas
Research Intern

Aishwarya Sanas is a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS). She has completed her Masters of Arts in International Studies (MAIS) from Christ (Deemed to be) University, Bengaluru. She has graduated from St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai with a Bachelors of Arts in Political Science. Previously, she has worked as a Research Intern with PRS Legislative Research, Delhi and Public Concern for Governance Trust, Mumbai. Her research interests are labor policy, global and regional value-added chains particularly in the Garment Industry of China, India and other South Asian countries. Apart from these, she has presented research papers on the topics related to Artificial Intelligence and Election Processes, etc.

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Nishant Dilip Sharma
Research Intern

Nishant Dilip Sharma is a research intern at Institute of Chinese Studies, Delhi. He is pursuing his M.A. in International Studies from Christ (Deemed to be University), Bangalore. He completed his B.A. (Hons.) in Journalism and Mass Communication from Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), Indore. His has previously interned as an opinion writer and panelist at Indian Folk, Bangalore and as a news writer for News Track Live Infomedia in Indore. Apart from this, he has also worked as Content Manager for Capital Via Global Research and Feedify. His foray into International Relations stems from his interests in areas such as governance, climate policies and Chinese Studies. His ongoing research titled- “Separatism, Security and Social Credit: The techno-surveillance age in China” focuses on the dual nature of surveillance in China under the Social Credit System. He has also written papers on Basic Income and its possible frameworks including one based on partial funding through carbon taxation.

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Vasvi Saini
Research Intern

Vasvi Saini is a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS). She has completed her Masters of Arts in International Studies (MAIS) from Christ (Deemed to be) University, Bengaluru. She has graduated from Daulat Ram College, Delhi University in Philosophy. Her research interests are China’s Cultural Diplomacy, cultural dynamics in China and China using culture as the soft power to ensure their national interest. She’s also keen on doing research on a comparative study on different Tribal Communities on India-China Border area.

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Sanjana Dhar
Research Intern

Sanjana Dhar is a Research Intern at Institute of Chinese Studies, Delhi. She is currently pursuing her Master of Arts in Diplomacy, Law and Business from O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat. She has completed her Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Political Science from Ramjas College, University of Delhi. In the course of her Master's programme, as a part of her academic requirements, she has written a research paper on ‘South China Sea dispute and the counter-action from Southeast Asian nations’. Her research interests are Geopolitics of East Asia and Southeast Asia, Foreign Policy and Security Aspect of China, China’s role in the Indo-Pacific region, hard power, soft power and smart power diplomacy. Also, she can speak beginner level Mandarin.

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Megna Suresh
Research Intern

Megna Suresh was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies (ICS), Delhi. She is currently pursuing her Masters in Geopolitics and International Relations from Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal. She has completed her Bachelors of Arts in International Relations from Central University of Kerala. For her academic requirements in her Masters, she worked on several papers including Probable Cold -War in the Indo-Pacific Region: US-China Relations as a Case in point and US-USSR, Balance of Power in the Cold War and post-Cold War- A Comparative Study. Her research interests are Geopolitics of East Asia and South East Asia, the Geopolitical Imperative of the Indian Ocean, the Changing dynamics of the Indo-Pacific, the Concept of Soft Power, the Geopolitical Importance of Korean Peninsula, and India’s Foreign Policy Orientations.

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Hassaan Chishti
Research Intern

Hassaan Chishti is a Research Intern at Institute of Chinese Studies, New Delhi, currently in second year of M.A. International Studies, Symbiosis School of International Studies, Pune. He has a Bachelor’s degree in History from Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, University of Delhi. His area of interest is Asia, with a special focus on China’s growing influence in the Asian continent through effective use of soft power. He has previously worked as a research intern in a museum consultancy company as well with an event management company.

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Annesha Bhattacharjee
Research Intern

Annesha Bhattacharjee is a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies. She has completed her graduation in Journalism and Mass Communication, Amity University and is currently pursuing her Masters in  International Studies from Symbiosis School of International Studies. Prior to this, she has interned as a marketing consultant in Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. and as a research consultant in  Prabhat Khabar.  Her research interest primarily focuses on Sino-India relations: economic, culture, people-people; emerging debates on Asian identity: western vs. eastern narratives.

 

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Meghanjalli Routh
Research Intern

Meghanjalli Routh has completed her Masters in Financial Economics from Gokhale Institute of Politics & Economics, Pune. Her interest in the subject surged from her under graduation in Economics from the University of Delhi. She worked on Studying Private Equity Investments and other forms of Investment traction in India from China last summer under the mentorship of Dr. Aravind Yelery. Simultaneously, she also worked on Women Employment in India & China under the guidance of Dr. Ashwini Deshpande. With exposure to vast areas of research, she is back with Institute of Chinese Studies for her second tenure after her Post Graduation to continue the research where it was left. 

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Alexander S Levine
Research Intern

Alexander S. Levine is a rising senior at Fordham University in New York City, where he studies International Political Economy and Chinese. At Fordham University, Alexander is the International Affairs Editor for the Fordham Political Review and the Modern Languages Representative to the Fordham College Academic Dean’s Council.

 

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Antara Kar
Research Intern

Antara Kar was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies from October 2014 to November 2014. She worked on the ICSSR project on a comparative study of social welfare for small and medium enterprises workers in China and India. Her areas of interest are women’s socio-economic status in industrialized economies, gender and development issues, Japan’s post-war labour market dynamics, and immigration problem in Japanese economy.

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Deepabali Bhattacharjee
Research Intern

Deepabali Bhattacharjee is a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies. She has done her under graduation in Economics from University of Delhi and completed post-graduation in Economics from Banaras Hindu University. She is currently working under Dr. Aravind Yelery as an intern on the research proposal "China- US relation and the trade pattern".

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Ferdausi Mahojabin Sumana
Research Intern

Ferdausi Mahojabin Sumana was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies, from June 2014 to July 2014. Her areas of interest are public policies, economic policies, politico-economic development, gender studies, bilateral-multilateral trade relations, growth path of recent economic superpowers in Asia (especially India, China, South Korea, Singapore and Malaysia).

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G Shandeepan
Research Intern

G. Shandeepan was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies from June 2013 to August 2013. His areas of interest are strategic and defence studies of East Asia; secession conflict in Sri Lanka, Philippine and Myanmar; post-conflict reconstruction and state practices.

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Ila Joshi
Research Intern

Ila Joshi was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies from June 2012 to August 2012. Her areas of interest are Chinese society and culture (women issues).

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Isha Sharma
Research Intern

Isha Sharma was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies from June 2013 to August 2013. Her areas of interest are Chinese political system, society and culture in post-Mao China and East Asia in world politics.

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Judy Cheng
Research Intern

Kanika Arora
Research Intern

Kanika Arora was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies from May 2013 to July 2013 and again joined ICS from June 2014 to August 2015. She worked on translating Chinese text to English. Her areas of interest are Chinese language, literature, culture, economic growth in post-Mao China: China's policies in Tibet; China's political economy; cross-strait relations; Sino-Indian relations in 21st century; translation of ancient Chinese literary texts into English.

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Mahdi Frough
Research Intern

Mahdi Frough was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies from May 2014 to June 2014. His areas of interest are political economy and development studies, focused on South and East Asia.

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Maitraiyi Mondal
Research Intern

Maitraiyi Mondal was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies from April 2014 to July 2014. Her areas of interest are intersection of public policy and population migration.

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Mingming Zhou
Research Intern

Mingming Zhou was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies from July 2013 to August 2013. Her areas of interest are public policy, India-China relations, development, and multi-lateral diplomacy.

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Priyadarshini Rawal
Research Intern

Priyadarshini Rawal was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies from May 2013 to August 2013. She worked on a project titled ‘Perspectives of India and China as reflected in their Media’ and looking at how both India and China write about one another in their respective national newspapers. Her areas of interest are India-China relations (history, politics and cultural dynamics).

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Priyanka Babbar
Research Intern

Priyanka Babbar was a Research Intern at Institute of Chinese Studies from May 2014 to June 2014. She worked on the rise of environmentalism and environmental movements in India and China by attempting to draw a comparative analysis of the environmental circumstances in both the countries. Her areas of interests are India-China bilateral relations, environmental issues and development.

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Rani Singh
Research Intern

Rani Singh was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies from June 2012 to August 2012. Her areas of interest are Chinese language and literature, Chinese studies, translation and interpretation.

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Samar Tyagi
Research Intern

Samar Tyagi is a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies. Currently, he is working on analysing trends in Sino-Indian Bilateral Trade and fiscal decentralisation in China. His areas of interest are International Economic Relations and evaluating public programs. 

 

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Shishir Ghimire
Research Intern

Shishir Ghimire was a Research Intern at Institute of Chinese Studies from May 2013 to July 2013. He worked on interest of China in constitution making process of Nepal.

His areas of interest are China in South Asia, politics of TAR, role of buffer state in international politics, and contemporary international affairs.

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Shubhda Gurung
Research Intern

Shubdha Gurun was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies from May 2014 to July 2014. She worked on Chinese literature and studies. Her areas of interest are Chinese studies, Chinese language and literature, translation and interpretation.

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Spike Nowak
Research Intern

Spike Novak was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies from July 2013 to September 2013. He worked on a thesis on comparing municipal finance and poverty alleviation in Shanghai and Mumbai. His areas of interest are economic development, India-China relations, Chinese and Indian political economy, municipal finance, and poverty alleviation.

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Swati Arun
Research Intern

Swati Arun was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies from August 2013 to September 2013. She worked in the field of IR and foreign policy of China. Her areas of interests include China's relation with Asia and the USA, peaceful development of China, and economics.

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Vishal Choudhury
Research Intern

Vishal Choudhury is a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies.  For his Masters he wrote a dissertation titled 'Understanding the Transformation of the Chinese Economy: The Core Periphery Paradigm and the Society.' To further his understanding of the Chinese economy and society he left for another masters program (International Master's in Public Administration) at the prestigious Renmin University of China (2014-2016).

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Zhussip Zhumagaliyev
Research Intern

Zhussip Zhumagaliyev is citizen of Kazakhstan. He is a student of International Relations at Mahatma Gandhi University in Masters degree. He received his BA in International Relations from Caspian State University in Kazakhstan. 

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Kritika Gupta
Research Intern

Kritika Gupta was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies from May 2015 to July 2015. Her areas of interest are women studies, gender issues,  development economics, statistics, and econometrics.

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Sanchi Vahal
Research Intern

Sanchi Vahal is a Research Assistant at the Institute of Chinese Studies. Her areas of interest are international and development economics.

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Shobita Kohli
Research Intern

Shobita Kohli was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies from May 2015 to July 2015. Her areas of interest are  Chinese language, India-China relations,cultures and festivals.

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Mahima Bhatia
Research Intern

Mahima Bhatia was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies from May 2015 to July 2015. Her areas of interest are Chinese language, Chinese culture and the historic evolution of Chinese characters.

 

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Mahima Khosla
Research Intern

Mahima Khosla is a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies. Her areas of interest are macroeconomics, econometrics techniques, contemporary China and Mandarin language.

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Li Zhongwu
Research Intern

Li Zhongwu was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies from June 2015 to July 2015. He worked on healthcare system of India and China. His areas of interest are comparative studies, healthcare and social security systems.

 

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Rustam Ali Seerat
Research Intern

Rustam Ali Seerat was a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies from June 2015 to July 2015. His areas of interest are negotiation/diplomacy with focused area of Sino-Afghan diplomatic relations and China’s diplomacy in Special Administrative Regions (SAR).

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Sanghamitra Bora
Research Intern

Sanghamitra Bora is a research intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies.  She has completed her Masters in International Relations from South Asian University, New Delhi.  Her research interests includes Women, Peace and Security, Conflict resolution, Peace building, Security studies and Human Rights. 

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Sukanya Roy
Research Intern

Sukanya Roy has done her under graduation in Economics from the Banaras Hindu University. With a growing interest in Economics, she went ahead with pursuing an M.A in Economics from Banaras Hindu University. Currently, she is in third semester of post graduation. Her interest areas are microeconomics, development economics, international economics and statistics.

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Satarupa Mitra
Research Intern

Satarupa Mitra has done graduation in Economics from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. Finding this subject stimulating, she pursued MA Economics from the same university. Currently, she is in final year of post graduation. She is currently a research intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies. Her research interests are applied economics and topics germane to international relations, socio-economic policies and development.

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Palden Sonam
Research Intern

Palden Sonam is a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies. Currently he is working under Jabin T. Jacob and his research interests include China’s minority policies, relationship between Chinese nationalism and minority nationalism, China’s Buddhist diplomacy and Sino-Indian relation.  

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Shivangi Gulati
Research Intern

Shivangi Gulati is currently pursuing her Masters in International Studies from Christ University, Bengaluru. She got her Bachelors Degree in Political Science from Indraprastha College for Women, Delhi University. She has done her schooling from Lancer's Convent, New Delhi. She is currently working on Sino-Indian Economic Relations since 2001, as her Dissertation topic for her 2nd year of Masters. 

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Debashree Nath
Research Intern

Debashree Nath is currently pursuing her Masters in International Relations from Christ University, Bangalore. She is currently working on her Masters dissertation titled “China’s Maritime security strategy towards Indian Ocean: An Assesment”. Her current research interests also include: China-South Asia relations, Tibet Autonomy.

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Arpita Ghosh
Research Intern

Arpita Ghosh is a research Intern at Institute of Chinese Studies, Delhi. She is pursuing her masters in international Studies from Christ University, Bangalore. She has completed her BA in English Honours from St. Xavier’s College, Ranchi University, Ranchi. Currently she is working on 'The overseas Chinese and China’s foreign policy towards South East Asia' as her topic for dissertation for masters. Her areas of interest include China’s foreign policy in South East Asia, Tibet Autonomy, and Chinese Diaspora in Global Community, Nepal as a buffer sate between India and China, Future of Russia-China relations, Shaping China’s future in the world Affairs and the role of US in it.

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Priyam Chadha
Research Intern

Priyam Chadha is a graduate from Jawaharlal Nehru University in B.A. in Chinese (Honors). She has done her schooling from St. Anthony’s Sr. Sec. School, New Delhi. She has participated in the International Youth Ambassadors Exchange Programme of Taiwan, 2015. She was a part of the delegation sent to Shanghai in December 2015.

Her areas of interest are issues in modern Chinese society, women in China, China’s domestic and international politics. 

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Apeksha Dhakorkar
Research Intern

Apeksha Dhakorkar is pursuing MA in Politics from University of Mumbai. She is currently involved in a research project ‘China: Hindrance to India in IOR’ at the ICS. She has also done documentation work as a freelancer for an INGO ActionAid. Her areas of interest are Indian Ocean Region, Sino-India and China-south Asia relations.

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Inderdeep Kaur Raina
Research Intern

Inderdeep Kaur Raina is a recent graduate from Amity University. She holds a bachelors degree in Political Science from Sri Venkateswara College, Delhi University. Before joining ICS she interned with The Energy and Resources Institute on an ADB project encountering carbon emission. Her research interests include Chinese nuclear program and issues, Indo-China relations, border disputes, China and Israel relations.

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Rishap Vats
Research Intern

Rishap Vats is currently pursuing his Masters in Political Science from the University of Mumbai and has completed a Post Graduate Diploma course in International Studies from the same institution. He has completed his graduation in political science from Mithibai College, Mumbai and previously worked as a Search engine optimizer, Content writer and a media advisor.

 

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Mayur Dandge
Research Intern

Mayur Dandge has completed his graduation from Mumbai University with a bachelor’s degree in Economics and is currently pursuing M.A. (Hons) Political Science from Mumbai University.  His areas of interest are Strategic Studies, Foreign Policy, Military Affairs, and Military Technology.  He is currently a Research Intern at the Institute of Chinese Studies.

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Jyotishman Bhagawati
Research Intern

Jyotishman Bhagawati has completed his graduation in Political Science from Delhi University. He is currently pursuing M.A. in International Relations from South Asian University. His broad areas of interest are strategic affairs and geopolitics in Asia, national security and defence of India and International Relations of South Asia. As part of his research at ICS, he is currently working on China’s military exchanges with Myanmar and Thailand.

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Shubham Karmakar
Research Intern

Shubham Karmakar completed his MA from Jawaharlal Nehru University in Chinese Language, Literature & Culture. He has done his graduation from Visva Bharati University in the same stream. He has participated in the International Youth Ambassadors Exchange Programme of Taiwan. He was also a part of 5th All India Conference of China Studies in 2012. He was a member of a Cultural Exchange Delegation from VIsva Bharati University to Yunnan University, Kunming, China in 2013. 

 

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Prakash Bhandari
Research Intern

Prakash Bhandari is currently pursuing MA in International Relations from South Asian University, New Delhi. At ICS, he is doing research work on political economy of increasing Chinese investment in Nepal.  His research interest areas are Chinese investment in Nepal; China-South Asia relations; Chinese and Indian foreign policies; political economy of OBOR. He has published several articles in newspapers and magazines in both English and Nepali about contemporary politics and international issues.

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