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    Master's Research

    Students of the various programmes are initiated into a process of research from the second semester onwards. In the vacation between the second and third semesters, students are attached to organizations outside TERI as interns. The work they carry out there is guided by faculty members.

    In the fourth semester students are assigned to major projects at various industries and other organizations in areas relevant to the subjects they have studied in the first three semesters. This project is guided by a faculty member from the University as well as by an executive from the organization where the project is being carried out. Both activities, summer internships and major project, carry credits and are assessed and graded.


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    Total number of Master's Research : 1504

     

    • Changing patterns of tribal livelihoods: an exploratory study of the Lepcha community in Dzongu, North Sikkim
      Student Name : Ms Vibhuti Bhatt
      Guide : Dr Swarup Dutta
      Status : Completed
      Year : 2017
      Host Organization : The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), New Delhi
      Supervisor (Host Organisation) : Dr Navarun Varma
      Abstract

    • Characterizing the implications of land use land cover change on hydrology of Kanpur region, Uttar Pradesh, India
      Student Name : Mr Mohit Kesarwani
      Guide : Dr Neeti
      Status : Completed
      Year : 2017
      Host Organization : TERI University
      Abstract

    • Clean cooking technology: tales from the hearth
      Student Name : Ms Tashi Bourai
      Guide : Dr Gopal K Sarangi
      Status : Completed
      Year : 2017
      Host Organization : The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), New Delhi
      Supervisor (Host Organisation) : Dr Preeti Jain Das
      Abstract

    • Climate perceptions of households and differential impacts of MGNREGA on agriculture outcomes of households in South Rajasthan
      Student Name : Ms Charvi Kapoor
      Guide : Dr Nirupam Datta
      Status : Completed
      Year : 2017
      Host Organization : Society for Promotion of Wasteland DevelopmentĀ (SPWD)
      Supervisor (Host Organisation) : Mr Hardeep Singh
      Abstract

    • Climate uncertainties and adaptation techniques in agriculture: evidence from Indian semi-arid tropics
      Student Name : Ms Neeharika
      Guide : Dr Nirupam Datta
      Status : Completed
      Year : 2017
      Host Organization : TERI University
      Abstract

     

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