Faculty Profile

Name Ms. Ravneet Kaur
Designation Assistant Professor
EMail ravneet1kaur@gmail.com
Educational Qualifications
Degree/Diploma/Any Other Course Year Subjects/Specialization University/Institution
B.Sc 2003 Home Science (Child Development) Lady Irwin College, University of Delhi
M.Sc. Child Development 2005 Children with Special Needs Lady Irwin College, University of Delhi
B.Ed 2006 Education Lady Irwin College, University of Delhi
M.Ed 2007 Teacher Education, Education for Mental Health Central Institute of Education, University of Delhi
Ph.D Pursuing Central Institute of Education, University of Delhi
Career Profile
Institution Designation Duration Role(s) Performed
Mata Sundri College for Women, Univ. of Delhi Assistant Professor Employed Teaching
Projects Undertaken (if any)
  • Appointed as Course Writer for ten Modules of Paper-Cognitive Psychology under the MNEICT initiative of MHRD, Govt. of India.
Publications
  • Kaur, Ravneet. (2015). Portrayal of disability in textbooks: A psycho-educational perspective. Journal of Indian Education, XXXXI (1), 19-31.
  • Kaur, Ravneet. (2015). Representations of children and childhood in Indian television advertisements. Childhoods today, 9(1).
  • Kaur, Ravneet. (2015). ‘Shiksha ke upkaran ke roop me shiksha’. Gyan Garima Sindhu, 46, 74-83. Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development. Government of India.
  • NCERT. (2014). Schooling, socialisation and identity. New Delhi: NCERT. [Member, Book Development Team]
  • Kaur, Ravneet. (Jan 2014). Deconstructing the experiences of growing up as a male through a theme-based analysis of Udaan. Literophile. Vol 7 (1), pp 13-15.
  • Kaur, Ravneet. (2014). Representations of Childhood and Schooling in Popular Bollywood Cinema. Education as a Right Across the Levels: Challenges, Opportunities and Strategies. The International Education Conference 2014, organized by Jamia Millia Islamia. New Delhi: Viva Books. (Conference Proceedings)
  • Kaur, Ravneet. (2012). School Life Experiences of Children with Learning Disabilities as Reflected in their Classroom Interaction and Social Adjustment in Schools. Chapter in Book edited by Prof. Namita Ranganathan, published by Shipra Publications, New Delhi.
  • Kaur, Ravneet. (2012). Learning disabilities: Classroom interaction and pedagogy. Lingaya’s Lalita Devi Journal of Professional Studies. Vol 2 (1), pp 80-85.
Conference Organization /Presentations
  • Presented a paper entitled, ‘Portrayal of disability in textbooks: A psycho-educational perspective’ at National conference on the theme ‘Language and Inclusive Education’ at NCERT, at New Delhi in 2015.
  • Presented a paper entitled, ‘Representations of Childhood and Schooling in Popular Bollywood Cinema at International conference on the theme ‘Education as a right across the levels: Challenges, Opportunities and Strategies’ at Jamia Millia Islamia University, at New Delhi in 2014.
  • Presented a paper entitled, ‘Inculcating a Culture of Reflection in Pre-service Teacher Education’ at international seminar on ‘Alternatives in School System and Teacher Education’ organized by, Indian Association of Teacher Educators in collaboration with and NIOS, MHRD, Govt. of India. At Department of Education, University of Allahabad, in 2014.
  • Presented a paper entitled, ‘Lokpriye Cinema ek shiksha-shashtriye upkaran ke roop me’ at Sahitya, Cinema aur Samaj Conference organized by, Nav Unnayan Sahitya Society Orgnaised at University of Delhi, in 2014.
  • Presented a paper titled, ‘Representations of Children and Childhood in Television Advertisements’ at the Annual International Conference organized by the Comparative Education Society of India (CESI) at Kolkata, India in 2013.
  • Presented a paper titled, ‘Childhood in India: Contours, contradictions and debates’ at the Annual International Conference organized by the Comparative Education Society of India (CESI) at Jammu University, India in 2012.
  • Chaired a session in a one day National Conference on Inclusive Education ‘Samarthyam’; Also, presented a paper titled, “Learning Disabilities: Classroom Interaction and Pedagogy” at Lingaya’s Lalita Devi Institute of Management & Sciences, New Delhi in 2012.
  • Presented a paper titled, “Education as Understanding of Self” at the Conference on J.Krishnamurti: Education and Secular Ethics, University of Delhi, New Delhi in 2011.
  • Invited as Speaker for the session titled “Green curriculum: Road to sustainable future”, to present a paper on “Role of Experience-based learning in Understanding Environmental Concerns” at the School Educators’ Conference, TERI, 2010.
Awards & Distinctions
  • Awarded the University Gold Medal for M.Ed for being the best candidate in the M.Ed (Full time) examination held in 2007.
  • Awarded Dr. Bina Roy Scholarship (2005-06) for meritorious performance, from Lady Irwin College, University of Delhi.
  • Awarded Dr. Durga Deolkar Scholarship (2004-05) for meritorious performances, from Lady Irwin College, University of Delhi.
Association with Professional Bodies
  • Contributed as Resource Person to National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), New Delhi.
  • Contributed as Resource Person to National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development (NIPCCD), New Delhi.
  • Contributed as Resource Person to National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS), New Delhi.
  • Contributed as Resource Person to DIET (SCERT), New Delhi.
Other activities
  • Teaching Child Development and Cognition and Learning Papers and related practicum
  • Co-Convenor, Mata Sundri College, Annual Day, 2013
  • Co-Convenor, Inauguration, Mata Sahib Kaur Auditorium, Mata Sundri College 2013
  • Member, Organising Committee of UGC sponsored National Seminar entitled ‘Empowering Teachers: Building Resources Of Pedagogy, Skills And Attitudes ‘ on held 22 & 23 May, 2013 at Mata Sundri College
  • Member, Mata Sundri College, Library Committee (2007-2013)
  • 5. Co-Convener, Mata Sundri College, Women Development Cell (WDC) (2010-11 and 2011-12).
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