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  The Department is organizing a National Seminar on “Role of Anthropology and Forensic Science in National Development” on 24-25 March, 2017.
Deadline for Abstract Submission: 15 March 2017.

Summer Study Internship and Placement Cell (SSIPC)

Time Table for B.Sc. and M.Sc. w.e.f 23 January 2017 (posted on 20/01/2017)

Time Table for M.Sc (Forensic Science) Part-I Sem-II w.e.f 02.01.2017 / 09.01.2017 (posted on 13.01.2017)

Notice for Research Scholars: A monthly joint meeting of the faculty members and research scholars will be scheduled on every second Thursday of the month. If the specified date is a holiday, the meeting may be scheduled on the next working day.

The viva-voce examination of Sanjay Kumar Chattarjee on his M.Phil. dissertation titled “Dopamine receptor D4 (DRD4) gene polymorphism in Indian rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta mulatta)” shall be held on Monday, 20 March 2017 at 03:30 PM in the Seminar Room of the Department.

To prevent Caste-based Discrimination in higher education, the Department of Anthropology has appointed a Committee to look into any cases of caste-based discrimination in the department

Anti-ragging committee 2016

University of Delhi Policy on Sexual Harassment

SAKSHAM: Measures for Ensuring the Safety of Women and Programmes for Gender Sensitization on Campuses

Notice for students admitted on the basis of Sports to under graduate and post graduate courses

Anthropology: Courses and job opportunities
Published by Hindustan Times 11 May 2016.

Department of Anthropology, University of Delhi, features among the top 100 in QS world ranking. Click here for details . Read more on Times of India

Summer Study Internship and Placement Cell (SSIPC)
Supporting students' professional success truly takes a collective effort. Training and Placement cell caters enhancement of skills and personality of the students for professional development. It serves as an interface between the students and the potential Corporates/employers. It would bring varied recruiters to the campus, as well as organize talks, study abroad seminars, internship opportunities and workshops for the collective student body. As an added feature, workshops for skills building such as Personal Interviews, Group Discussions and Personality Development, will be introduced so that Placement Cell serves more like a 'Career Services Unit' rather than just a final placement Unit.

On the 6th of November issue of newspaper Amar Ujala, news regarding malnutrition in India appeared in which views of Prof. P. C. Joshi and Prof. Subhadra Channa (Anthropology, DU) were given. Both suggested that for programmes aimed at removal of malnutrition need to take into account the locally available food items and continuity in the programmes.

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