Priyanka Velip


PriyankaVelip

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NAME Ms. Priyanka Velip
DESIGNATION Assistant Professor of Sociology
CONTACT NO. 9404912977
EMAIL pvelips@rediffmail.com
ADRESS H. No. 179/4. Bhupar Gaodongri Canacona Goa.403702
QUALIFICATION M.A., NET/JRF, Pursuing  PHD
DATE OF APPOINTMENT TO PRESENT POST I Have joined Government College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Quepem on 1st December 2015 (BN)
PAY SCALE  Rs. 15600-39100+AGP  Rs.6000
AREA OF SPECIALISATION Tribe and Gender, Goan Tribal Communities
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1. And Business Goes on….: The Stigmatisation of Velips in Contemporary Goa. 30th  September 2011 National Seminar entitled ‘Goa 2011: Reviewing and Recovering 50 Years’.

At Porvorim- Goa.

Xavier Centre for Historical Research (XCHR) and Thomas Stephens Konkani Kendr (TSKK), Alto- Porvorim.
2. Does Goa Listen to Tribal Voices? 18th December 2011 International Conference titled, ‘Goa 1961 and Beyond: An Intellectual Appreciation and Celebration of Fifty Years of the Liberation of Goa’.

At Goa University.

Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla, India; Goa University, Goa, India; Centro de Estudos Sociais Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal.
3. Gender and Goan Transport: An Insider’s View 9th April 2012 National Consultation on ‘Engendering Physical Infrastructure via PMGSY’.At Mumbai University. Centre for Gender Economics, Department of Economics, University of Mumbai and UN Women.
4. Tribal Women’s Livelihood and Rights in Goa: A Daily Struggle and Search for the Road

 

6th February 2014  

XIV National Conference on Women’s Studies on

‘Equality, Pluralism and the State: Perspectives from the Women’s Movement’ under Subtheme 1: Women’s Rights and Entitlements to Land and Land-based Resources from 4-7 February 2014, at Guwahati, Assam.

 

Indian Association for Women’s Studies, India.

5. Ecology and tribal women’s livelihood in Goa 12 th December 2014 Tropical Ecology Congress 2014 on

“Tropical Ecosystems in a Changing World”

 

Under subtheme traditional knowledge systems in tropics management from 10-12 December 2014 at School of Environmental Sciences, JNU,New Delhi. .

 

International Society for Tropical Ecosystems and School of Environmental Sciences, JNU,New Delhi.
6. State and the Tribal Women: Struggle and Resistance 21st August 2015 International Conference on Advances in English Studies and Women Empowerment 2015, under subtheme Women Empowerment    (Challenges) from 21-22 August 2015 at department of English, K L University, Andhra Pradesh, India Department of English, K L University and International Multidisciplinary Research Foundation