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Tanvir Aeijaz is a full-time (tenured) Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science, Ramjas College in the University of Delhi, India, completing 26yrs of teaching at Delhi University.
He is currently supervising, as a project Mentor, an awardee of AGAPE – under the aegis of Global Justice Programme of Yale University, USA. http://globaljustice.yale.edu/AGAPE
He is appointed as an honorary “Lecturer Extraordinary” at Stellenbosch University, South Africa, for the period of three years (2021-2023). He teaches public policy, constitutional and development studies and Gender Studies with special focus on accountability structures in a democracy.
He is an honorary Programme Director(collab.&seminars) and Fellow at the Centre for Multilevel Federalism (CMF) in the Institute of Social Sciences, New Delhi and honorary Senior Fellow at the Centre for Public Affairs (CPA), NOIDA. He had been a visiting faculty in the school of development studies at Ambedkar University, Delhi (AUD). He is the Founding and Governing Body member of Association for Public Policy Education (APPE) at Global Jindal University (IoE), Sonepat, India.
He is a columnist and reviewer at East Asia Forum based out of Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University, Canberra. He is also a columnist in the national daily The Indian Express and Outlook feature magazine, and he contributes op-ed articles regularly in the mainstream media both in print and online. He has book chapters and research articles in both, national and international books and journals. His research interests are, inter alia, constitutions, public policy, Public Private Partnerships, public accountability institutions, and health and education policy.
Gender, Pluralism and Social Inclusion, Governance and Law, Livelihoods, Employment and Well-being, Public Policies, Programs and Schemes, Social Sector