MA in Political Studies, Centre for Political Studies, Sxchool of Social Sciences, JNU
M.Phil in Multiculturalism and Political Theory , CPS, JNU
Ph.D in Political Theory in South Asia
Reading Text in Political Philosophy (MA Compulsory)
Aaproaches, Concepts and Methods in Political Analysis (M.Phil Compulsory)
Federal Polity In India (M.Phil Optional)
State Politics in India (MA Optional)
Comparative Federalism (MA Optional)
Introduction to Political Communication (M.Phil Optional)
Language and Culture in India, South Asia, Gender and Rights, Indian Politics, Political Theory, Minority Studies and Linguistic Diversity, Multicultural Politics
* Papia Sen Gupta (2013) Fellowship by the International Institute of Federalism, University of Fribourg, Switzerland.
* Papia Sen Gupta (2013) Associate award by the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies, Shimla, India. (declined as did not get leave)
* Papia Sen Gupta (2012) Visiting Scholar in the Center for South Asia, University of Edinburgh.
* Papia Sen Gupta (2012) University of Delhi Travel Grant for paper presentation in Glasgow.
* Papia Sen Gupta (2012) International Institute for Social History, Netherlands, support grant for paper presentation in the Ninth European Social Science and History Conference.
* University Grants Commission Travel grant for paper presentation in International Conference Latvia 2009
* Shastri Indo-Canadian Faculty Research Fellowship, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, Queens University, Kingston, Canada 2007
* Kanwal Nanda First rank holder Scholarship for overall securing third position in Delhi University
* Founder Members Award for Significant Contribution to College Life, Kamala Nehru College, Delhi University
(2018) Collaborative research on Territoriality and Language Politics in India with Dr. Wilfried Swenden, University of Edinburgh.
(2015-17) Undergoing collaborative project on “Rape Myths in India” with Prof. Ravinder Barn, Royal Holloway University of London, United Kingdom.
*(2002-2004) Consultant for ‘Right to Food and Women” and “Right to Development in Centre for Development and Human Rights started by Prof. Arjun Sengupta and Prof. Stephen Marks
Papia Sen Gupta (2014) Accommodating Linguistic Minority(s) in India: Constitutional-Legal Framework, Droit et Cultures, Special edition on India, ‘Cultures meet the Law’, also co-editor of the special edition. Volume 67 No.1.
Papia Sen Gupta (2014) Whither Equality and Justice: Rawls Theory of Justice and Violence against Women in India, Social Action, Volume 64, No.2, 112-122, April-June.
Papia Sen Gupta awarded Distinguished Teacher of Delhi University 2009 by Former President of India Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam