Attended four Week orientation Program with A+ grade organized by Teaching Learning Center, Ramanujan College, University of Delhi under the aegis of HRD Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya National Mission on Teachers and Teaching from June 04 to July 01, 2020
Attended fore week “Cooperative Learning Pedagogy” by GHG Khalsa College of Education, Gurusar Sadhar, Punjab & UNESCO’s oE4BW from May 22 to June 18, 2020
Participated in the One week STTP workshop on “Advanced Research Methodology” organized by Research International (RSRI), Krishnagiri, Tamil Nadu, India from 11May to 15 May, 2020
An International 7 day E-Learning Workshop organized by Department of English &Culture Studies, Punjab University, Chandigarh from 15May to 21May, 2020
Participated in the “Miniature Painters Camp” on the occasion of ‘North Zone Culture Center’ on the occasion of ‘Kurukshetra Utsav- Gita Jyanti Smahroh-2012’ at Kurukshetra from December 19 to 28, 2012.
Participated in National Workshop of Painting organized by National Rural Health Ministry & Rohtak Administration in Rohtak, in 2012
Participated in National Workshop of Painting organized by Haryana Sahitya Academy at Fine Arts Department KUK in 2012.
Participated in National Workshop of Painting organized by Zazen Art Center in Chandigarh on 03rd march 2012.
Participated in National Workshop of Painting organized by District Administration & Panipat Foundation, Panipat in 2012.
Participated in National Workshop of Painting organized by Fine Art Faculty, Kumayun University, Almorah in 2011.
Participated in Workshop of Documentary Making and Photography organized by Sri Krishna Museum, Kurukshetra in 2011.
Participated in One month Summer Camp organized by Rajya Lalit Kala Academy, Lucknow in 2006
Participated in Ten days Summer Camp organized by Rajya Lalit Kala Academy, Lucknow in 2006
Participated in 2nd Annual Art Exhibition of Teachers “Masters”organized by Department of Fine Arts in collaboration with Dharohar Haryana Museum, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra in 2014.
Participated in National Exhibition of painting “Kala Mela” organized by KT Kala Kendra, Amritsar in 2014.
Participated in National Exhibition of painting “15 Women Voices” organized by Dharohar Haryana Museum Art Gallery, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, in 2014
Participated in National Exhibition of painting “Colors of India”, Indian Royal Academy of Art and Culture & VTN Creative Art Studio, Gulbarga, Karnataka in 2014
Participated in 1st Annual Art Exhibition of Teachers “Masters Show”organized by Department of Fine Arts Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, in 2014.
Participated in National Exhibition of painting “Pahal Pratibimb” organized by Rashtriy Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiya, at Saharanpur in the year 2013
Participated in All India Woman Artists’ Contemporary Art Exhibition organized by Artscapes at Chandigarh in 2013.
Participated in Annual Art Exhibition organized by Department of Fine Arts Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, in 2013.
Participated in Exhibition of painting “Kala Mela” organized by KT Kala Kendra, Amritsar in 2013.
Participated in National Exhibition of painting organized by Zazen Art Center, Chandigarh in 2012.
Participated in National Exhibition of painting “Paint For Justice” organized by Nijh World Society, Delhi in 2012
Participated in National Exhibition of painting organized by Woman Foundation, Mumbai at Mumbai in 2012.
Participated in National Exhibition of Painting at Fine Arts Faculty, Kumayun University, Almorah in 2011.
Participated in Contemporary art exhibition organized by HIFA, Karnal in 2010.
Participated in Interstate Art Exhibition at J.V. Jain College, Saharanpur, in 2006
Participated in Kala Mela in Allahabad in 2006
Participated in Kshetriya Art Exhibition, organized by State Lalit Kala Academy Lucknow at J.V.Jain College, Saharanpur in 2006.
Participated in Kala Sangam Art Exhibition at Shri Ram College, Muzaffarnagar in 2006
Participated in Kshetriya Art Exhibition, organized by State Lalit Kala Academy, Lucknow at Ghaziabad in 2005.
Participated in Inter University Art Exhibition organized by Kalangan at Muzaffarnagar in 2005.
Attended National One Day Webinar on “Naac Resvied Assessment & Accreditation process” organized by NAAc Cell Dasmesh Girls College Mukerian at 25 August, 2020
Paper has accepted for publication in “Discripto” Research Journal, APJ College Jalandhar 2014
Published a research paper “Architecture in the Epic of Mahabharat ” in Hindu (International Refereed) Research Journal, Aacharya Akademi, Rohtak in May-July, 2014
Published a research paper “Interpretation of Ramayana in Rajasthani Miniature Paintings” in Drashta (International Refereed) Research Journal, Aacharya Akademi, Rohtak in March-May, 2014
Paper has published in the proceedings of International Seminar organized by Fine Art Faculty, Kumayun University, Almorah in 2014
Published a research paper “Imagery of Mahabharat by Modern & Contemporary Painters of India” in Chintan an International referred journal, Rohtak, No-12,October – December 2013
Published a research paper “Krishna through the Vision of Manjit Bawa” in University Research Journal (Arts and Humanities) of Kurukshetra university, Kurukshetra in 2010
Presented a Paper in National Seminar sponsored by U.G.C. in the Department of Fine Art, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra in 2014
Presented a Paper in International Seminar organized by Fine Art Faculty, Kumayun University, Almorah in 2013
Presented a Paper in National Seminar sponsored by U.G.C. in the M.D.S.D.Girls College, Ambala City in 2013
Presented a Paper in International Seminar organized by Department of Sanskrit, University of Delhi South Campus in 2011.
Presented a Paper National Seminar of Art organized by Fine Art Faculty, Kumayun University, Almorah in 2011.
Participated in an International Seminar organized by Department of Maharishi Valmiki Chair, Punjab University Patiala in the 2010.
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