A project report compiled by the students of B.Sc. (H) Anthropology Part -II, 'Smartphone usage and addiction among the students of Delhi University' was published in Lokmat Times, April 7, 2018.
Department of Anthropology, University of Delhi, features among the top 100 in QS world ranking.
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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.
Prof. P. C. Joshi (standing at the extreme left) visited Leh, L
adakh on 22-23 September, 2016 to participate in intensive discussions on Ladakh and Gilgit-Baltistan
Relations organized by the Islamic University of Science and Technology, Awantipora, Kashmir. Besides Prof. Joshi,
other notable participants
in the meeting were Prof. Mushtaq A. Siddiqi, Vice Chancellor, IUST, Prof. Siddiq Wahid, Ex-VC, IUST and a well know
Central Asia expert,
Prof. Kazi, IUST, Dr. Urfat A. Mir, Ambedkar University, New Delhi, Dr. Sonam Joldan, Rinchil Shah Centre for Western
Himalayan Culture, IUST and
Mr. Tashi, Researcher, JNU, New Delhi.The meeting discussed impact of trade cessation between Ladakh and Central Asia
through Gilgit and
Baltistan on one hand and between India and Tibet on the other. In the social relations, the emergence of Divided Families
at the border villages was identified as another major feature in the anthropo-historical study of this region.
Anthropology: Courses and job opportunities
Published by Hindustan Times 11 May 2016.
Anthropology catches up with NE students
Yamuna Biodiversity Park has emerged as a jewel in the crown in the eco-system restoration activities of Delhi.
Restoration ecology is an exciting science and Prof. C. R. Babu is the chief architect of this idea which has
come up as living monument of biodiversity conservation. In an era when the urban space of Delhi is being carpeted
with the ornamental and exotic horticultural and floricultural landscape, the biodiversity part is coming up as an
oasis for the fast diminishing faunal species of Delhi and its surrounding areas. The students of B.Sc. (Honours)
Part III Anthropology have done a commendable task in giving a very detailed attention to the scientific and applied
value of this landmark.
Prominent anthropologists from India contributed on different themes pertaining to people of India.
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State Control, Political Manipulations, and the Creation of Identities:The North-East of India
~Prof. Subhadra Mitra Channa.Click here to read
Measuring men and matter
"Any given gene will be associated with a particular trait, be it for learning something new
or determining one's height. But genes behave differently in different environments.
Indian immigrants in the US would already have a certain level of economic and educational status", states Dr. Saraswathie assistant professor in the department of anthropology at the University of Delhi.