Dr Shyamli Singh

Dr Shyamli Singh, Assistant Professor

Dr Shyamli Singh

Dr. Singh, working as an Assistant Professor with Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA), New Delhi, India. She is the coordinator of the Centre for Environment and Climate Change. Dr. Singh has her Ph.D in the ambit of Environmental Management. She is NET Qualified in Environmental Science. A gold medalist from Indraprastha University and a topper from University of Delhi. Dr. Singh is the young Scientist with IRDR She has wide experience in research teaching & consultancy and leading project director of various prestigious projects and studies. She is Life member of various academic bodies both National and International. She has authored several textbooks, monographs, articles, and discussion papers. She is on panel of different prestigious universities such as Delhi Technological University, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. She is empaneled unit writer for IGNOU on Disaster Management.

Dr. Shyamli Singh, is the pioneer in setting the trend of Blended Capacity building programe through a DST sponsored project on “Climate Smart Governance”. Her current research projects have different tangents allied to Climate Change and Environmental Sciences.

Training  

Dr. Singh is recently involved in conducting training programmes for different stakeholders such as policy makers, academicians, scientists, Engineers, School and College Students and the masses.

Ongoing Research

  1. Documentation of COVID 19 (Oct 2020)
  2. Blended Capacity Building Programme for Stakeholders of River Ganga under the Namami Ganga Programme (July 2020)
  3. Assessment of capacities and training needs of key stakeholders and to develop framework to enhance capacities of key stakeholders to implement effective long-term biodiversity conservation for SECURE Himalayan Project Landscapes in Districts in Sikkim" (Dec 2018)
  4. Climate Smart Governance  (March 2017)
  5. Capacity Building Strategies for Managing Complex Disasters in the face of Climate Change (March 2017)

Completed Research

  1. Health and Environmental Vulnerability of Smallholder Rice Formers to Extreme Climate: A Companion study on Agroecology and Conventional Form. (Dec 2020)
  2. Thirty Party Evaluation of Central Sector Scheme Other Disaster Management Scheme (ODMS) (July 2020)

Publication

Research Papers

  1. How, V., Singh, S., Thinh, D., Guo, H., Chokeli, R., & Yuswir, N. (2020). Association of Blood Cholinesterase with Sexual Differences in Metabolic Health Risks among Villagers from Pesticide-Treated Farming Villages. Journal Of Ecophysiology And Occupational Health, 20(1&2), 6-12.
  2. Vivien How, Nur Afiqa Maryam Baharudin, Shyamli Singh, How-Ran Guo, Quang Thinh Dang, Raihanah Chokeli, and Nurul Syazani Yuswir. The different effects of Climate Extremes on Physiological Health Among Agroecology and Conventional Smallholder Rice Farmers, Environmental Justice (Volume 13)
    Apr 2020.47-54.
  3. Srivastava C., Singh S., Singh A.P. (2020) IoT-Enabled Air Monitoring System. In: Thampi S. et al. (eds) Intelligent Systems, Technologies and Applications. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 910. Springer, Singapore.

Research Paper under Review

  1. Effects of Heat Stress on Physiological Health Vulnerability among Agroecological and Conventional Farmers in a Climate Change Context in Archives of Environmental and Occupational Health Journal.
  2. Changes of Soil Health in Response to Slow-onset Climate Changes at Agroecological and Conventional Rice Farmland in the Tropics in Tropical Life Sciences Research Journal
  3. Factors Associated with Health-Risk Perception to Heat Waves among Agro-ecological and Conventional Farmers in the Tropics in the International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Response
  4. Challenges in Disaster Risk Reduction for Resilience building at Hilly areas- A case Study of Sikkim' for the Journal of Governance -Special Issue on Disaster Management. Vinod K Sharma Shyamli Singh
  5. Challenges in Disaster Management for Building Resilience in Hill Areas - A Case Study of Sikkim Special Issue (on Disaster Management in India‚Äč) of the Journal of Governance

Book and Handbook

  1. Singh, S., Jain, A. and Sharma, V., 2019. Solid Waste Management: Compendium of Case Studies.
  2. Shyamli Singh and Vinod K. Sharma, A Handbook on Managing Complex Disasters in the face of Climate Change

 

Contact

Dr Shyamli Singh
Assistant Professor,
Coordinator, Centre for Environment and Climate Change
Indian Institute of Public Administration, Delhi
Email:  shyamlisingh@iipa.education
Skype id :   live:shyamli.env
 

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