School of Social Science and Humanities
Centre for International Relations

Profile of Faculty

Dr. Subhash Kumar

Assistant Professor
Centre for International Relations

Cell: +9102145055, +919868651741
E-Mail subhjnu@gmail.com 

Academic Qualification  
  1. Ph.D. Awarded on the topic “Foreign Policy of Mongolia and its approach Towards Multilateral Engagement, 1991-2013, at Center for Inner Asian Studies, School of International Studies, JNU, New Delhi.

  2. M.Phil. Awarded on the topic “Mongolia's Foreign Policy During Reform Period, 1986-1996” at Center for Inner Asian Studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

  3. M.A in Politics (Specialisation in International Relations) from School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

Academic Awards/Fellowship  
  1. NET-UGC Qualified in International and Area Studies.

  2. NET-UGC Qualified in Human Rights And Duties.

  3. NET-UGC Qualified in Political Science.

  4. Rajeev Gandhi National Fellowship from University Grant Commission (UGC) New Delhi.

  5. Doctoral Fellowship from Indian Council of Social Science Research, New Delhi.

 

Area of Specialization  
  1. Foreign Policy of Mongolia
  2. Central Asian Studies
  3. India’s Foreign Policy
  4. Inner Asian Studies

 

Publications  

Book Published Sole Author

  1. Mongolia’s Approach Towards Inner Asian security” published by GenNext Publication a group of publication Gyan Book Pvt Ltd, ISSN NO-978-93-5128-8022-236-3. New Delhi.

Chapter in Book

  1. Prospective on Mongolia’s foreign policy” in the “Mongolia Today” edited by Dr. Sharad K. Soni, Pentagon Press: New Delhi. pp132-145.

Book Review

  1. Caste: Oxford India short introductions”, (New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 2012), by Surinder S. Jodhka, Asian Ethnicity, Routledge, vol. 16,issue 1,2015.

Articles/research Paper

  1. “Emergence of 'Multi-Pillar' Foreign Policy and its Implications in Mongolia” in Knowledge News: An International Journal of Ideas, January 2013, Vol. 3, No.1, p 240-246, ISSN No: 2231-0150.
  2. Changing Dynamics of Mongolia's Foreign Policy” in Knowledge News: An International Journal of Ideas, January 2013, Vol. 3, No.1, p 247-255, ISSN No: 2231-0150.
  3. The Economic situation of Central Asia and its relation with India in the 19th century” in Knowledge News: An International Journal of Ideas, July 2013, Vol. 3, No. 2, p 228-236, ISSN No: 2231-0150.
  4. India-Kyrgyzstan Relations: Future Prospects And Challenges” in International Journal of Applied Social Science, September & October 2015, Vol. 2, No. 9&10, p 313-320,ISSN: 2394-1405.
  5. India Mongolia Relation’s and the Strategic Environment in North- East Asia” in The International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, August 2015,Vol.4, No. 8, p 61-80, ISSN: 2320 4702.

 

Paper Presentation  
  1. Presented paper titled “Future prospect for India-South Korea Cooperation” on the topic “India-Korea Relations Towards Progress” in International Seminar organized by RASK at Delhi University in February 2011.

  2. Presented paper titled “India –South Korea relations in 21st century: problem and prospects” on the topic “India-South Korea Relations Continuity And Change 1990-2010” in International Seminar organized by RASK at Delhi University in March 2012.

  3. Presented paper entitled  “Dynamics of changes in Mongolia’s foreign policy” at the student faculty on the Topic “Mongolia Today” organized by Central Asian studies programme/CSCSEASWPS/ SIS, Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi on 26th March 2012.
Participation in Seminars  
  1. A seminar on the Topic ‘India Kazakhstan Relations: Opportunities and Prospects’ organized by CSCSEASWPS (SIS), Jawaharlal Nehru University on 30th August 2010.

  2. A seminar on the Topic ‘India and Mongolia in the Changing World’ organized by CSCSEASWPS (SIS), Jawaharlal Nehru University on 20th September 2010.

  3. Two days workshop on “GIS and its implications in Area studies” in SIS, JNU on 4th-5th March 2011.

  4. Pandit Hridaynath Kunzru Memorial Lectures on the theme ‘Regionalism and Multilateralism’ Organaised by the School of International Studies from 12-24 March, 2012.

  5. ‘Mongolia Today (Student-Faculty Seminar) held on 26th March, 2012 at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

  6. A seminar on ‘Remembering the Bamiyan Buddhas’organized by Himalayan Research and Cultural Foundation, held at India International Centre on 7th May 2012.

  7. Ninth Nehru Memorial Lecture on ‘Dynamics of National Development’ by Bharat Ratna Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam (Former President of India) organized by Jawaharlal Nehru University from 14 November 2012.

  8. A Seminar on ‘Social Implications of Advaita Vedanta Metaphysical Conception of Reality as One’ organized by Central Asian Studies Programme/CSCSEASWPS (SIS), Jawaharlal Nehru University from 27 November 2012.

  9. A Student- Faculty Seminar on ‘Partnering Afghanistan in the Emerging Asian Order’ organized by Central Asian Studies Programme/CSCSEASWPS (SIS), Jawaharlal Nehru University from 26 February 2013.

  10. A Lecture Series on ‘Tibet: The Way Ahead’ organized by CSCSEASWPS (SIS), Jawaharlal Nehru University from 14- 16 March 2013.

  11. A Seminar on ‘Central Asian Studies in India’ organized by Central Asian Studies Programme (SIS), Jawaharlal Nehru University from 28-29 March 2013.

  12. Pandit Hridaynath Kunzru Memorial Lectures on the theme ‘Social Movements in a Globalising World’ Organaised by the School of International Studies from 1st- 12th April, 2013.

Technical Qualification  

Diploma in Advance Computer Software from LBS Training Institute, New Delhi.