Dr Neelam Sukhramani
Department of Social Work,
Jamia Millia Islamia,
New Delhi - 110025
26985423 (Board Number)
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- Ph.D in Social Work - Jamia Millia Islamia, in the year 2004
Topic: "NGO Accountability: Stakeholders, Dimensions and Mechanisms – A Case Study of NGOs working with Street Children"
- Masters’ in Social Work (Specialisation in Family and Child Welfare) - Tata Institute of Social Sciences, in the year 1991.
- B. Sc. (Hons.) – Home Science (Specialisation in Child Development) - Delhi University in the year 1989
- Diploma in Criminology and Correctional Administration - Annamalai University, in the year 1993
- Child Rights
- NGO Management with a specific emphasis on NGO Accountability
- Department of Social Work, Jamia Millia Islamia (From January 24, 1995 till date)
- Department of Social Work, University of Delhi (From September 12, 1994 till January 23, 1995)
- Udayan Care Homes Moving Ahead: Chalking Out Strategies for Future (Udayan Care is an organization that works with children in need of care and protection)-2005 – Sponsored by Udayan Care
- Evaluation of Day Care Centre, Panchi Ka Nangla, Bharatpur. (Panchi Ka Nangla is a settlement of Traditional Sex Workers)-1999-Sponsored by CSWB.
- Evaluation of Total Literacy Campaign of District Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan – 1997- Sponsored by National Literacy Mission
- Survey on the Socio-Economic Conditions of Scheduled Caste Population residing in Delhi – 1992-1993 – Sponsored by Delhi Scheduled Caste Financial and Development Corporation.
- Survey of Research in Sociology and Social Anthropology in the area of Aged – 1992 – Sponsored by Indian Council for Social Science Research
Research Project (Under Progress)
- Process Documentation for Sahyog Community Coordination Network, an organization that works with the tribals in Visakhapatnam District.
- Sydney University, Australia (1991)
- "Hamara Club", a project for street children of Tata Institute of Social Sciences (1991-92)
- DSA Unit, Department of Social Work, University of Delhi (1993-94)
- Sukhramani, Neelam (2004): Attaining Egalitarianism through a Non Egalitarian System, One World South Asia: Opinion and Comment. (http://southasia.oneworld.net)
- Sukhramani Neelam & Baig, Mohammad Imran (2003): Practicing Group Work: A Processual Account, Indian Journal of Social Work, 64(1): 1 – 32.
- Sukhramani Neelam (2002): NGO Credibility and Student’s Motivation: A Challenge for Social Work Educators, Contemporary Social Work, 19, October, 2002: 39 – 46.
- Siddiqui, H.Y. & Sukhramani, Neelam (2001): Occupational Social Work in India, Employee Assistance Quarterly, 17(1/2): 43 – 64.
- Gandhi, Anjali & Sukhramani Neelam (1999): Developing Alternate Models of Child Guidance in Aruna Bhardwaj & Sneh Dhawan (Eds) Changing Dimensions of Child Guidance, Delhi: CGC, Dept. of Social Work, University of Delhi.
- Sukhramani, Neelam. (1998): Together We Move Towards Better Health Care, Indian Journal of Social Work, 59(2): 634 – 644
- Sukhramani, Neelam: Planning Commission, Encyclopaedia for Social Work in India. (Under Publication)
- "Treatise on the Juvenile Justice Act " authored by Ved Kumari, in the Indian Journal of Social Work (July 1994)
- "Information Systems in Child, Youth and Family Agencies: Planning, Implementation and Service Enhancement" edited by Anthony J. Grasso and Irwin Epstein, in the Indian Journal of Social Work (Oct. 1995).
Booklet (Under Publication)
- Getting to Know Myself: A Handbook for Young Adults (The Booklet deals with the reproductive health concerns of young adults. The booklet is being prepared for the Sarojini Naidu Centre for Women’s Studies.
- Mukhopadhyay K.K., Sukhramani Neelam. et al. (1993): Towards Social Equality: A study of the Socio-Economic Conditions of Scheduled Castes in Delhi. : Department of Social Work, University of Delhi.
- Organiser, ‘Framework Building Workshop on Peace Education through Life Skills Approach for the Elementary Level of Education’, 2006
- Coordinator, ‘Workshop on Reproductive and Child Health’ in collaboration with Pathfinder International, 2004, 2005 & 2006.
- Co-Convenor, ‘Capacity Building of NGOs to Access Information at Various Levels’, November, 1999.
- ‘Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000’
- ‘Counselling Skills’
- ‘Relationship Building and Need Assessment in Communities’
- ‘Forming and Working with Groups in Communities’
- ‘Monitoring and Evaluation Techniques’
- ‘Reproductive and Child Health’
- ‘Participatory Learning and Action’
- ‘Leadership and Team Building’
- ‘Child Rights Concerns’
- ‘Communication Skills’
- ‘Developing Self Help Groups of Persons with Disabilities’
- Member – Delhi State Level core Group on Quality Institutional Care and Alternative Care for Children.
- Member – Academic Advisory Committee of Institute of Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Snehi.
- Member – Advisory Committee, Centre for Gandhian Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia.
- Research and Script Writing for a film, "Kalisi: Together We Build". The film documented the work of an organization working with the Tribals of Andhra Pradesh (2004-2005)
- Script Writing and Anchoring for the film, "Social Work Profession: An Insight", Mass Communication Resource Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia. (2004)
- Conducted a family assessment in a case of child abuse at the instance of a high court in United Kingdom.
- A recipient of the J.M. Kumarappa prize for the best Social Work Student for the year 1990, at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences.
- Recipient of the Asha Harris Shield for the best student in "Family and Child Welfare", for the year 1991, at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences.
- Awarded Prof. M.M. Desai Scholarship at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences.
- Selected by the Tata Institute of Social Sciences for an exchange programme at the University of Sydney, Australia.