Students with CUES

Every year, students from M.A. Environment & Development at the School of Human ecology (SHE), Ambedkar University Delhi, a collaborator of CUES, study aspects of urban ecology for their Master’s dissertations:

               

 S.No.                  

               

Name      

 

Title of dissertations

 

2010-12
1. Prerna Vinod The status and distribution of Nilgai  Antelope (Bosephalus tragocamelus)
2011-13
2. Astha Pujari Urbanization and its impact on urban lakes: A case study of Bhalswa Lake, New Delhi
3. Preeti Venkatram Ped-paudhe, Khuli hawa aur Talaab: Migration and loss of rural environments in Delhi
4. Sonali Chauhan Vegetational analysis of woody species in the South Delhi Ridge: Community dynamics in the urban context
5. Tanaya Malhotra Changing land use of Yamuna wetlands in Delhi and its impact: A case study of Chilla Saroda Khadar
2012-14
6. Aditya Singh Chauhan Influence of wetland location on the abundance of select water-bird species in the freshwater wetlands of Palwal District,  Haryana, India

 

7. Ajay Immanuel Gonji Distribution and habitat use of the Golden Jackal (Canis aureus) in Sanjay Van, Delhi
8. Munish Kumar Gupta Understanding interrelationship between birds’ distribution and habitat characteristics in Delhi Ridge

 

9. Radhika Tuli Urban space politics: A case study of the BRT, New Delhi
2013-15
   
10. Aanchal Dhiman State, community & market: Common property resource governance in a Delhi village
11. Aditi Singh Fuel-wood dependence in a metropolis: A case study of fuelwood dependence in Sanjay Van, Delhi

 

12. Anisha Yadav Land use change and livelihood  transformation among long-term residents of Bawana village
13. Arushi Parmar Canines, campus and community: A case study of stray dogs in JNU

 

14. Raabiya Singh Water markets: A case study of Dwarka subcity, New Delhi
15. Trishna Wahengbam People, parks and Delhi’s bhagidari: A case study of three neighbourhood parks
16. Vijaylakshmi Suman Restoration and reconstruction of Dheerpur wetlands: Ecological and social referencing