Bharti Sharma

Professor / Management Sciences & Liberal Arts
Professor, MA, PhD (Political Theory)

About

Bharti Sharma

Bharti Sharma’s research specialisation is Political Theory and she worked on Karl Marx’s ‘Theory of Alienation’ in her PhD thesis. Since the past seven years, she has been deeply interested in research work on the subjects of Electoral Politics, Constitutional Governance, Gender and Rights. 

Sharma qualified UGC-JRF in 2011 and completed her PhD thesis in 2017 and has four years of experience in teaching PG and UG students. Bharti Sharma stood first in the final selections for teaching in Degree Colleges in Himachal, conducted by HPPSC- Shimla, HP, in 2015. 

She heads the Institutional outreach section under the Yogananda Centre for Theology at Shoolini University; runs a society named Satat Aarohanam, which works for constitutional literacy in the country; is a lifetime member of two reputed research groups in Political Science – Indian Political Science Association (IPSA) and Forum on Contemporary Theory (FCT); attended the second SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) Youth Camp and was awarded with the District Youth Awards by NYKs; was in-charge of NSS (National Service Scheme) and remained an active NSS volunteer at the national and state levels. 

 

Publications

  • ‘BJPs Clean Sweep with Record Margin left the Congress Clueless in Himachal”, Sandeep Shastri, Ashutosh Kumar, Yatinder Singh Sisodia eds. 2021. Electoral Dynamics in the Indian States : 2019 and Beyond. Rutledge, New Delhi and London (In the Press).
  • ‘BJPs Clean Sweep with Record Margin left the Congress Clueless in Himachal”, Sandeep Shastri, Ashutosh Kumar, Yatinder Singh Sisodia eds. 2021. Electoral Dynamics in the Indian States : 2019 and Beyond. Rutledge, New Delhi and London (In the Press).
  • “Pro –Incumbency Favored the BJP in Himachal Pradesh”, Economic Political Weekly, 31 Aug, 2019, Vol. LIV NO 35, Issue No. 54, pp-18-20.
  • “Rekindling Democratic Socialism: A Neharuvian Synthesis to Realize the ‘Idea of India’”, Aspects of Indian Democracy ( Book Edited by Dr. Poornima Sharma), AkiNic Publication, New Delhi, 2017, ISBN: 978-93-85895-27-2, pp.-144-155.
  • “Existentialist and Essentialist Reflections in the Writings of Karl Marks with Special reference to his Notion of Human Nature”, Himalayan Journal of Contemporary Research, January-June, 2016, Vol. 5, No. 1, ISSN No.: 2319-3174, pp. 1287-1295. 
  • “Revisiting Right to Education Act, 2009 in the Gandhian Scheme of Education”, Himalayan Journal of Contemporary Research, January-June, 2016, Vol. 5, No. 2, ISSN No.: 2319-3174, pp. 1472-1481. 
  • “Karl Marks: Theory of Alienation”, Research Journal Social Sciences, Punjab University, Chandigarh, Vol. 23, No. 3, 2015, ISSN No.: 0251-348X, pp. 74-85. 
  • “Question of Indigeniety in Theory Building: a Step beyond Intellectual Fiefdom in Social Sciences”, Punjab Journal of Politics, Vol.-XXXVIII No.1-2, 2014, ISSN No.: 0253-3960, pp. 29-37. 
  • “Determinants of Political Leadership in Himachal Pradesh”(Revised), The Indian Journal of Political Science, Vol. LXXVI, No. 4, October-December, 2015, ISSN No: 0019-5510, pp. 971-976. 
  • “Roots of Humanistic Vision in Karl Marx’s Writings”, Himalayan Journal of Contemporary Research, July-December, 2014, Vol. 3, No. 2, ISSN No.: 2319-3174, pp. 880-888. 
  • “Determinants of Political Leadership in Himachal Pradesh”, Conifers Call: Shimla Journal of Poetry and Criticism, ISSN-0975-5365, Vol.5 , No.1, March-April, 2013, pp. 105-114.

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