April 2012 –Gudiya Bheetar Gudiya Ka Aalochnatmak Adyaan(Dev Samaj Journal Of Humanities & Social Sciences,Ferozpur ISSN No.2319-1457, VOL.II)
April 2013-Kaale Prishto Par Ukre Shabad Kavya Sangreh Ki Visishttaaye In (Asr.Ferozpur Vol .III)
Doodhnath Singh Ki Kahaniyo Mein Algav Bodh Ka Vishleshnatmak Adhyaan(Muktibodh,New Delhi)
Chapters in Books
Madhyakaleen Itihasik Parivesh Ke Purv Madhyakaal Par Prabhav -Socio-Cultural Developments In Mughal India(with special refrence to the Punjab,2013,pg.202)
Dr.Kailashchandra Ke Naatko Ka Vishleshnatmak Adhyaan (Dr.Kailashchandra ki sahitya sadhnsa pustak mein sankalit lekh,sampadhak-Dr. Sunil Kumar,2014,pg.85)
Premchand Ka Parivesh aur Unki Katha Yatra (Premchand Ki Kahania Vivid Aayaam) Sampadak-Dr.Devender Kumar 2016
Topic – Indian Values And Present Scenario Of Human Values (Promotion Of Ethics And Human Values)U.G.C Sponsored One Day National Seminar at J.C.D.A.V.College,Dasuya
Topic – Bacho Ke Moulik Adhikaar Ke Roop Mein Prathmik shiksha : Vishleshan (Dasmesh Girls College Chak Alla Baksh,Mukerian) 2012 State Level Seminar
Topic – Hindi Mahila Upanyaskaaro Ke Pratimaan (Tri Divasiye(2-4) Rastriya Sangoshti Sponsored by U.G.C On the topic Samkaleen Hindi Sahitya Ke Pratimaan at Hindi Department D.A.V.College,Jalandhar) 4 March,2012
Topic – Bhartiya Sahitya Mein Mahilao Ke Mudde (Matreyi Pushpa Ki Aatamkatha Ke Sandharv Mein(International Seminar on the Topic Mahila Uttkarsh Evam Baal Vikas : Dsha Evam Disha, 24 Feb. 2018.
Topic – Indian Values & Present Scenario Of Human Values (U.G.C.Sponsored One Day National Seminar on the topic Promotion Of Ethics & Human Values)16 March, 2012
Topic – Madhyakaleen Ithihasik Parivesh Ke Purv Madhyakaal Par Prabhav (One Day National Seminar On Social & Cultural Organization Of Mugal Period (1526-1708 A.D) Sponsored by the ICHR New Delhi)26 March, 2013
Topic – Worklife Balance Of Women Workers (One Day National Seminar On Women Empowerment-Women’s Participation in the Research & Development of India Sponsored by National Commission for Women,New Delhi at Swami Swatantranand Memorial College’ Dinanagar on 13 March,2020
Topic – Covid -19 & Present Scenario (Two Days International Webinar on Holistic Health During Covid -19 Pandemic on may 9-11,2020 in Collaboration With Youth Welfare Department,P.U.Chandigarh & Rochester Holistic Psychiatry & New York Medical Behavioral Health At Sant Darbara Singh College For Women,Lopon
Book Edited-– Dr. Kailashchandra Sharma Ka Sahitya Srijan
Journal Edited- VISION:An International Journal Of Humanities & Management under ISSN 2348-3598
Seminar Attended As Deligate
Gats and Higher Education (Sponsored by Ministry of Human Resource Development,Govt of India,New Delhi)
Two Day Online National Webinar On theTheme COVID-19:Its Impact on Society 22-23 May,2020 in Dasmesh Girls College Chak Alla Baksh, Mukerian.
National Webinar On COVID-19 & Indian Economy:Issues & Challenges (20 June, 2020 at Dasmesh Girls College Chak Alla Baksh, Mukerian
National Webinar On Biodiversity Status In Context Of COVID-19 (26 May,2020) at Dasmesh Girls College Chak Alla Baksh, Mukerian
Online International two days workshop on Research Project & Report Writing in S.P.N.College,Mukerian
International Conference Attended:2 days
30 & 31 March, 2008(Punjabi Identity In Global Context) As Discussant in the business sessions.
Extra Curricular Activities:
Editor of Hindi Section in College Magazine ‘DHARAT’
Member of Editorial Board of Vision:An International Journal of Humanities & Management Published by the College itself under ISSN 2348-3598
Member of Advisory Committee & Grievance Cell, Admission Committee,Dean Alumnai, Hindi Sahitya Parishad, Extra Mural Activities,
Letter of Appreciation for Exellent results in Zonal Youth Festival (Poem Recitation)
Worked as Contigent Incharge in Punjab University Youth Zonal & Heritage Festival (Hoshiarpur) from Oct.22 to Oct 25,2009 in Dasmesh Girls College Chak Alla Baksh,Mukerian
Worked as Centre Superintendent in Punjab University Annual Exam April 2013 in S.P.N. College, Mukerian & 2014 in Taravati Memorial Degree College,Bringly.G.T.B.College for Girls & Govt College , Talwara worked as Centre Superintendent.
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