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DR. SACHIN KR. TIWARI

 

 

NAME : SACHIN KR. TIWARY

GENDER : Male

EMPLOYEE NO. : 20725

DESIGNATION : Assistant Professor

FIELD OF INTEREST : Field Archaeology, Rock Art, Ethno-Archaeology

DATE OF BIRTH : February, 01st, 1985

INSTITUTE : Centre of Advanced Study, A.I.H.C. and Archaeology, Faculty of Arts, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi-221005, UP

MAILING ADDRESS : sachintiwary@bhu.ac.in

POSTAL ADDRESS : As Institutional Address

QUALIFICATION : M.A., 2005-07 (AIHC & A, BHU, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh), P.G.D.A.,2007-09 (Institute of Archaeology, ASI, New Delhi), Doctor of Philosophy, 2009-13 (Patna University, Patna, Bihar)

EXPERIENCES: Research and Archaeology 06 years experience of Research and Archaeology (Since Sep.30th , 2009 to May 05th, 2016 worked in Archaeological Survey of India, Ministry of Culture, Government of India in different capacity on various paces of India)

Teaching : 01 year 06 months (Since May, 06th 2016 to till date)

FIELDWORK AND EXPERIENCE: Participated and Organized 12 excavations and conducted several archaeological explorations in India

PUBLICATIONS: Books/Monographs : 09 (02 Books, 02 Edited Books, 04 Monographs with ISBN nos.)Articles : More than 30 which are uploaded in https://independent.academia.edu/TiwarySachin

BOOK UNDER PUBLICATION:

1.       Rock Art of Bihar: With Special Reference to Kaimur

2.       Kirtimukha: The Fame of Majesty (From its Antiquity to Legacy)

3.       Rock Cut Sculptures of Bihar

4.       Stucco Art of Bihar

RESEARCH PAPERS PUBLISHED: 15 (International Journal), 35 (National Journal)

REFERESHER COURSE/WORKSHOP ATTENDED: 14

PAPER PRESENTD IN SEMINAR & CONFERENCES: 15 (International) 20 (National)

RESEARCH PROJECT UNDERTAKEN:

Received Nehru Trust Fellowship Nehru Trust for the Indian Collections at The Victoria and Albert Museum Small Study And Research Grant (India) 2013-14 for the Topic “An Ethno-archaeological Interpretation of Rock Art from Kaimur district of Bihar” http://www.nehrutrustvam.org/congratulations-2013-2014-nticva-award-winners

FIELD WORK PROJECT:

Participated for rock art documentation in the MAFIL Project in 2014 and 2015. MAFIL- The Indo-French Archaeological Mission in Ladakh (or Mission Archéologique Franco-Indienne au Ladakh, hence MAFIL) (http://tedahl.org/projects/mafil/) officially created after by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) in October 2012. The research project is entitled ‘Gateway to Central Asia’: the Nubra from Prehistory to History’ and this is jointly directed by Dr. S.B. Ota, Regional Director, Archaeological Survey of India, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh and Dr. Laurienne Bruneau, Assistant Professor at the École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris. http://www.crcao.fr/IMG/pdf/MAFIL_rapport_campagne_2014.pdf

MEMBERS OF THE ACADEMIC SOCIETY:

1.       Indian Society for Prehistoric Quaternary Studies (ISPQS), Pune, Maharashtra (Receipt No.2640, Dt. 06.01.2010)

2.       Rock Art Society of India (RASI), Agra, Uttar Pradesh (Reg. No. 365, Dt. 06.05.2010)

3.       Society of South Asian Archaeology, (SOSAA), Pune, Maharashtra (Membership Serial No. 289)

4.       Indian Art History Congress, (IAHC), Guwahati, Assam (Receipt no. 509, Dt. 24.11.2012)

5.       Indian Archaeological Society (IAS), New Delhi (LM 731, Dt. 16.12.2013)

6.       Wakankar Rock Art and Heritage Welfare Society (WRAHWS), Bhopal (29.12.2011)

 

 



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