Prof. Singh is currently serving as the Dean of University School of Law and Legal Studies, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi. Having a teaching career of more than 25 years, Prof. Singh has also worked with the Parliament of India. He has two masters degree in Law to his name, and expertise in Constitutional Law, Environmental Jurisprudence and indic studies. Prof. Singh is a mentor and a guide for all of us at Niti Manthan.
Nitish Rai Parwani
Nitish is law graduate from Delhi who is presently working with Hon'ble Mr. Justice Sanjiv Khanna at Supreme Court of India. He has an interest in Criminal Law, and Constitutional Philosophy. He is the founder-Director of Niti Manthan and is keen to percolate legal awareness till the grass-root levels.
Mansi Gupta is an advocate enrolled with the Bar Council of Delhi. She did her LLB from University of Delhi and then went to pursue her LLM from University of Cambridge as a Commonwealth Scholar. She is presently working at Lakshikumaran & Sridharan where she practices dispute resolution.
Siddhant is a Legal Practitioner based in Delhi, India. He concentrates on the disputes arising out of customs law, including foreign trade policy of India, foreign exchange law and other ancillary trade laws. He has also assisted various government authorities in cases before the Supreme Court of India and Delhi High Court. Further, he has prepared policy analysis for the Ministry of Labour & Employment, India.
Siddhant has a continuous engagement with academic with publications including Wolter Kluwer’s Global Trade and Customs Journal. He has delivered various guest lectures on a diversity of topics and conducted moot court training workshops for various law schools in India. .
Madina is an international relations and social science researcher from Russia. She holds a BA degree in International Relations from Corvinus University of Budapest (2018). Madina performed internships at the American Cultural Center in Moscow and Russian International Affairs Council. She is interested in public diplomacy; prior to joining the Journal, Ms Plieva contributed to the Moscow-based public diplomacy NGO. She is currently working in a bank and considers pursuing a Master’s degree in Development Economics.
Yash is a graduate in Computer Science Engineering from Netaji Subhash Chandra University of Technology (Formerly 'NSIT'). He has served as the Prime Placement Coordinator at the university and has worked as a Trainee Engineer at Publicis Sapient. Yash has developed the website of the organization from scratch and is the IT head of Niti Manthan.
Aradhana is a post graduate student of political science. She has done her graduation from Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, University of Delhi and has been a rank holder both at the college and the University level. She holds a keen interest in political science and policy making. She has also been involved in social work as the head of Project Tanzeal, NSS, where they teach underprivileged kids. She has a passion for public speaking and have participated and prized in the same. Currently she is pursuing a career in civil services and wishes to work in her area of interest as a civil servant.
Krupa is the youngest Assistant Professor in Forensic Psychology at Gujarat Forensic Sciences. With a gold medal in M.Sc. Forensic Psychology, she has practiced her art in 50 criminal cases with Ahmedabad Police and Directorate of Forensic Sciences, Gandhinagar. A researcher by passion and an innovator by heart, her research thrust areas comprise of application of forensic Psychological investigation techniques, police psychology, criminal psychology and victimology. Along with three research publications and one book chapter, she has been invited as a resource person at various platforms to conduct workshops about application of Forensic Psychology.
Anshu is a final year law student at Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies. Having a keen interest in Intellectual property rights, she led a research project on Intellectual property rights and cyber space crimes with Niti Manthan and co-ordinated 13 students.
She has an experience of working with corporate firms like SNG and Partners and Greves Group. Anshu has also worked under under the aegis of the Principal Judge, Patiala House Courts, New Delhi.
Shambhavi is a student of legal studies in New Delhi. She has experience of working with Oxfam India and was a part of the Private sector engagement team where she researched on the Sustainable development goals and it's the implementation by the municipal government. She has also worked in the Chambers of Additional standing counsel Mr. Rajesh Mahajan, Government of NCT Delhi. At Niti Manthan, she has been a project coordinator of a research project dealing with the stigmatization and exploitation faced by the persons with a special ability.