Mini symposium on Capacity Building for Effective Governance and Administration: Perspectives from South Asia, organised by South Asian section for Public Administration (USA), BIPS (Kolkata) and ISS (New Delhi). 18 and 19 February, 2022       Three months short term course on Constitutional Rights and Duties of Indians, Organised by Department of Political Science, Hiralal Mazumdar Memorial College for Women in collaboration with BIPS and Netaji Nagar College. The course will commence from January 2022.       BIPS signed MoU with Netaji Nagar College on 12th November, 2021       Visit our Facebook and YouTube page for regular programmes like Student's interactive lecture series, Eminent scholars online lectures etc.       Bengal Institute of Political Studies renewed the MoU with Hiralal Mazumdar Memorial College for Women in 2021.       From FY 2020-21 (i.e. April 2020) life membership fee will be Rs. 2000/- (Two thousand only). By order       Bengal Institute of Political Studies (BIPS) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Bidhan Chandra College, Rishra on 16th January 2020.       Welcome to the Bengal Institute of Political Studies ( BIPS )      

Our Aims

SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH

To conduct interdisciplinary social science research that leads to in-depth understanding of our society.


INTERESTED IN RESEARCH

To engage those who are interested in research, extensions, seminars, symposium, workshop, project activity, broadly in the field of political Studies.

DEVELOP INTERNATIONAL CONTACTS

To develop international contacts and collaborative arrangements for the study of politics in both developed and developing countries and to gather information about innovations in the field of social science with a focus on the study of politics.

DEVELOP PROFESSIONAL SKILL

To develop professional skill in the study of politics and disseminate innovative ideas among the scholars in the field of politics. In addition to that it aims to create awareness about the development of the discipline among the new scholars.

About Us

The institute is a purely non-political academic forum. Its mission is to engage the interested scholars and students of politics so that they can have a better understanding of the polity and society based on objective analysis so that the generation next can create a better world.

Mentors

  • Proferssor Luis Cabrera
    Associate Professor

    Associate Professor in the School of Government & International Relations and Griffith Asia Institute at Griffith University

  • Dr Martin Malek
    National Defense Academy (Vienna)

    Born in 1965 in Stockerau (Austria), 1991 Dr. in Political Science (Vienna State University). Since 1997 (civilian) researcher at the Institute for Peace Support and Conflict Management, then at the Institute for Strategy and Security Policy, both of the National Defense Academy (Vienna). Several internships in research institutes in Germany, Russia, Ukraine and the U.S. Areas of interest and expertise: State failing theories, theories of separatism, theories of ethnic conflicts, security and military policy in the Commonwealth of Independent States (especially Russia, Ukraine, South Caucasus), post-Soviet language policy, military-industrial complex and arms trade of the post Soviet republics, relations NATO – CIS and EU – CIS, Eurasian energy policy etc. Author/editor of several books and some 300 articles, published in a dozen countries.

  • Professor Sanjay Bharadwaj
    Professor of South Asian Studies

    Professor and Chairperson at JNU Centre for South Asian Studies

  • Prof. Rumki Basu
    Prof Rumki Basu is currently working as Senior Fellow and Head, Center for Public Policy and Govern

    Prof Rumki Basu is currently working as Senior Fellow and Head, Center for Public Policy and Governance, she worked as Professor in the Department of Political Science, Jamia Millia Islamia

  • Awal Hossain Molla
    Professor and Ex-Chair of Public Administration,University of Rajshahi. Bangladesh

    Professor and Ex-Chair of Public Administration,University of Rajshahi. Bangladesh

  • Amb. Ashok Sajjanhar
    Amb. Ashok Sajjanhar has worked for the Indian Foreign Service for over three decades. He was the am

    Amb. Ashok Sajjanhar has worked for the Indian Foreign Service for over three decades. He was the ambassador of India to Kazakhstan, Sweden and Latvia, and has worked in diplomatic positions in Washington DC, Brussels, Moscow, Geneva, Tehran, Dhaka and Bangkok.

Past Events

  • Nov 12 , 2021

MoU

Principal Prof Amrita Dutta of Netaji Nagar College with Secretary of BIPS Prof Biswanath Chakrabort

  • Jun 05 , 2021

Online lecture series

Debating Gandhi

  • Jul 17 , 2021

Student's interactive programme

Post Modernism in IR

  • Sep 11 , 2021

4th International Web Conference

Democracy and Governance in 21st century

  • May 09 , 2020

SPECIAL ONLINE LECTURE ON COVID 19 AMD IT’S IMPACT

Special online lecture on Covid 19 amd it’s Impact : Indian Experience

  • Apr 29 , 2020

ONLINE LECTURE SERIES OF BIPS DURING LOCK DOWN

Online lecture series of BIPS during lock down period due to COVID 19, by eminent journalist Jayanta

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Forth Coming Events

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