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Department :  Political Science

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Name:Dr. Jagrup Singh Sekhon
Areas of Interest / SpecializationState Politics, Socio Political Movements, Border Studies, Election Studies
Best Ten Publications:1. "Farmers at the Borderbelt of Punjab: Fencing and Forced Deprivation" in Paramjit S. Judge(ed.), Mapping Social Exclusion in India: Caste, Religion and Borderlands ,Delhi: Cambridge University Press,2014 ,pp237-252 2. " Punjab Towards Consolidation of a Bipolar Polity",in Suhas Palshikar, K.C.Suri and Yogendra Yadav (eds.) ,Party Competition in Indian States: Electoral Politics in Post -Congress Polity, Oxford University Press, New Delhi,2014,pp139-155(Co-author) 3. "Is the AAP a Game Changer in Punjab"? ,The Hindu,( The Hindu Centre for Politics and Public Policy) June 10,2014. 4. "The Cutting Edge: Experiences of Living in Border Areas" Man & Development, Vol. XXXV, No.3, September,2013, pp.57-70. 5. "Fourteen Assembly Elections in Punjab", Economic & Political Weekly, Vol.XLVII, No.14, April 7 ,2012,pp 71-75(Co- author) 6. "Understanding the Sikh Diaspora'', Economic & Political Weekly, Vol. XLVII, No.42, October 20, 2012.pp 32-34 7. "Terror Reaches Homes: Kidnappings During Militancy in Punjab", Research Journal Social Sciences, Vol.20. No.1, 2012,pp60-80 8. " Politics of Religious Place:: A Studyof Contestation between A Mahant And the Villagers", Guru Nanak Journal of Sociology, Vol.31 Nos.1-2 2010,pp 1-18. 9. "Punjab: Resurgence of the Congress", Economic & Political Weekly, Vol. XLIV, No September 26-October 2, 2009,pp 183-186 (Co-author). 10. "Human Rights and Terrorist Violence in Punjab", R.S. Ghoman et.als (eds.), Globalisation and Change: Perspectives from Punjab, , Jaipur: Rawat Publishers,2009,pp427-47.
Awards and Honours:Nil