Manoj Parmar - Director and Dean of the Post Graduate Program.   

director@krvia.ac.in/  dean.march@krvia.ac.in                                                                                             

Manoj Parmar holds a Bachelor and G.D. Arch degree from the L.S.R school of Architecture, 1986. He also holds M.Arch from the University of Miami, Fl. He has been teaching at KRVIA since 1992. His academic interests include theoretical writing on Architecture and Urbanism. He has also been in private practice of interior, architecture, urban design and project management since 1992. He has worked on numerous private and public housing/ institutional commissions across the country. He has been actively involved in re-development projects across the city of Mumbai.  His key projects are also executed in Dubai, Malaysia and Singapore. He has been part of Urban Design Team for tourism development plan guidelines for Baticulao, Srilanka & Development guidelines for Slum redevelopment in Northern Suburb of Mumbai. He has presented his work at young architect’s forum at UDRI & CEPT University. He currently engages in Architectural Theory and Thesis at undergraduate level and Housing studio and Thesis at postgraduate level.

He has contributed chapter writing (co-author) on “Unraveling Redevelopment” in book “Trends & Issues in Housing in Asia” published by Routledge, UK. He has also presented and published a paper on “Synchromesh Urbanism” as co-author in an international conference “Entrepreneur Urbanism” in Hong Kong. 

Aneerudha Paul - Professor  


Aneerudha is an Urban Designer who has studied for his B. Arch at the University of Calcutta , and MArch in Urban Design at the School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi . He has been the coordinator of the Research and Design Cell, KRVIA for the Mill Lands Project and the Eastern Waterfronts projects. He also led the project team for Mumbai at the Century Cities Exhibition at the Tate Modern, London , 2001. He has been teaching at KRVIA since 1993, and has been instrumental in formulating the Urban Studies, Environmental Design and Theory of Design progammes courses there. He has presented papers on urbanism and pedagogy at various locations including Mumbai, Calcutta , Delhi , London , Rotterdam , Chicago , Hong Kong and Canberra.

Ainsley Lewis - Dean Bachelor of Architecture.                                                   dean.barch@krvia.ac.in 

Ainsley Lewis completed his B’Arch in the year 1995 and is a double gold medalist from the Center for Environmental Planning and Technology (CEPT), Ahmedabad. In 1992 he also has to his credit a scholarship to study at ETH, (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) Zurich. In 2012 he was awarded the best student award for his Masters in Urban Design from Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture and Environmental Studies. His post Graduate thesis focused on Participatory approach for Slum Re - habilitation schemes.

He established an architectural practice in 1997- 98. His office Urban Interventions has an eclectic mix of projects from Urban Design, Architecture, Architectural Conservation and Interior design. His office has won several awards for architecture and interior design. To name a few awards he has won, Young Designers award form Indian Architect and Builder; Spectrum Architecture and Design award; Jindal Steel award; “Interiors-Public Institutional Project of the Year 2012” Aces of Spaces Award 2012, Architect and Interiors India; TATA STEEL and Indian Architect and Builder (2007); Indian Institute of Interior Design Regional Winner Award for Public and Social Spaces in West 1: Mumbai And Thane region. (Feb 2013). His projects and his articles have featured in several architectural journals.

Ainsley has been involved with the institute since 1997-98. He teaches both design and technology courses in the undergraduate program and strives to seamless shift from one domain to the other. In the first year he teaches Architectural building construction and at the third year, Architectural design & Working drawings. He is not only the year master for the fifth year but also the design dissertation co-ordinator.  In the Post Graduate masters program he guides students for their master’s thesis. He has been the jury member to several architectural institutes in the city.

Rohan Shivkumar - Dean Research & Academic Development                       dean.research@krvia.ac.in

Rohan is a practicing Architect and has studied at L.S. Raheja College of Architecture, Mumbai for his GD Arch. and at the University of Maryland , USA for his Masters in Regional and International Studies in Architecture. He has worked as Project coordinator for the Churchgate Revival project and the Tourist District project with the UDRI and studies concerning Slum Rehabilitation and open space regulations with groups concerned with development in Mumbai. He was part of the Heritage Listing project with the UDRI, a project by the heritage committee of the MMR-HCS. He has written for A+D, IAB and Art India magazines, and is currently also coordinator of the Research and Design Cell of the KRVIA. He has been teaching since 1997, and is involved in the Design and Theory of Design courses in KRVIA. He also conducts an elective based on Architectural Theory at KRVIA.

Pinkish Shah - Dean Academic Affairs                                                                      dean.academics@krvia.ac.in

Pinkish Shah is co-Founding Partner and Design Principal of S+PS Architects which was founded in 1997.

He is an alumnus of the Sir J. J. College of Architecture, Gold Medalist from the University of Bombay, winner of the 1991 V.S. Gore Memorial Gold Medal for the best final year Design, the IIA-Milind Vaity Prize & the IIA- Claude Batley Memorial Prize from the University of Bombay. He has also been the Secretary of the Host College at the Annual Convention of the National Association of Students of Architecture in 1989-90. He has completed his Master of Architecture Degree with distinction from the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, USA, with an emphasis on Urban Design. Pinkish has been the recipient of the 1996 Heimriech Award for the Best Sixth Year Graduate Student and has also been a Graduate Teaching Assistant at the School of Architecture, UNM, Albuquerque, U.S.A. Pinkish has also attended the Post–Professional Program and Travel Fellowship chaired by Dr. Charles Moore at the University of Texas at Austin.

He has worked at The Maxwell Museum of Anthropology in Albuquerque, S. Ghosh and Associates in New Delhi and Architectural Consultants in Mumbai

As part of S+PS Architects, Pinkish has been a recipient of several International and National awards.

Pinkish has also been invited to present their works at The Indian Institute of Interior Designers Pune, Surat,Baroda, Nashik, Aurangabad, and Ahmedabad Chapters, Indian Institute of Architects - Chennai Chapter, The Urban Design Research Institute – “Beginnings” Lecture Series by Young Architects, 12 on 12 Reloaded, Ahmedabad in Dec 2005, ThinkMatter in Goa and several other colleges and institutes across India like Pillai’s College of Architecture, New Panvel, The Sir J.J.College of Architecture, Mumbai and Encounters at the Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute of Architecture, Juhu.

Their work has been exhibited in June 2007 - “IN SITE” an Exhibition on Indian Interior Design that opened at the IFA gallery in Stuttgart and subsequently in Berlin in August 2007, Fall 2004 - Invited by the University of New Mexico, USA to exhibit work in an International Exhibition “ROOTS & TRAJECTORIES-4 Young Practices from India” from Aug-Sept 2004. The Exhibition has subsequently been displayed at The University of California at Berkeley, California, USA. Oct-Dec 2010, Chosen amongst 50 established and upcoming practices from India in the Exhibition “Design Directions” organized by IAB magazine to showcase the progress of contemporary Indian architecture over the past 25 years.  Pinkish was also the curator for a panel discussion of EMERGING PRACTICES across India at the second edition of Ace Interface 2016 - the Disruptive Innovation Conference. 

Pinkish has been involved as Visiting Design Faculty and Thesis Design Guide at the Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture and Environmental Studies, Juhu, since 2002.  He has been invited as Juror at CEPT Ahmedabad, Pillai’s College of Architecture-New Panvel, D.Y.Patil College of Architecture, Nerul, Sir J.J. College of Architecture, IES College of Architecture, BSSA NMMIS Architecture College, Juhu, Inside Outside Mega Show 2004, Birla White Yuva Ratna Awards 2009 cycle, Ultra Tech Mera Gaon Mera Base Student Competition, ACA International Student Award for Sacred Spaces 2015 and the IIA Kerala Chapter 2010 & 2012 Awards Cycles.

The firm’s work has been extensively published in various International and National Magazines, E-zines and journals like Indian Express Newspaper, c3 Publishers, Seoul, Korea, special Issue 385, on BRIDGING TRADITION & INNOVATION with a special feature on Architecture in India, World Architecture Magazine, The Architecture Department of Tsinghua University, Beijing China, Architecture and Culture (A&C) Magazine from Seoul, Korea in their special issue on UPCYCLING, Arch Plus-Germany, Modulor.ch, Designboom, Archdaily, Dezeen, Architzer, Divisare, Thinkmatter.in, The Future of Design, indianartdesign.com, IFI International Yearbook-Korea, Domus India, Indian Architect and Builder, Inside Outside, Elle Décor, Design Today, Home Review, Better Interiors, Perfect Ten, Society Interiors, Journal of the Indian Institute of Architects, Architecture -Time Space and People, Architecture+Design, Etc. A short film on their Collage House project has been made by DesignOwl.com.

He is Registered Architect with the Council of Architecture , Member of the Indian Institute of Architects, Member of the Indian Institute of Interior Designers and Life Member of the Practicing Engineers, Architects & Town Planners Association -PEATA.

Jamshid Bhiwandiwalla  - Associate Professor                                                jamshid.bhiwandiwala@krvia.ac.in 

Graduate from the Sir JJ College of Architecture, Mumbai, further has a double Post Graduation in General Architecture and Arts (Ancient Indian Culture) from the Mumbai University. Other than specialising in Indian History, he has had a 12 year teaching experience of guiding students in technical subjects such as Building Construction and Services. Having participated earlier in various Foreign Exchnge Programmes both in France and Italy, he has as joined the Institute for the above subjects since June 2011. Further his professional expertise centres around Conservation and Restoration particularly to his numerous community amenities like Firetemples, community halls and convalescent homes in Mumbai and has also curated exhibtions for the Sir Jamshetji Jejeebhoy and Dadabhai Naoroji Memorial Museum at Navsari and the Zoroastrian Information Centre at Udvada, a Gujarat Govt. funded initiative.

Vikram Pawar  - Associate Professor                                                                         vikram.pawar@krvia.ac.in 

Vikram is an architect from Pillai College of Architecture, Mumbai University. As a designer, Co designer, design consultant and assistant he has worked on several projects. As a design consultant for Central Control Centre- Utility Building in Jamnagar, for Reliance, PEB structures for RGTIL (Gas pumping station), Residential Apartment at Carmichael Road, Mumbai. Presently, he is teaching at KRVIA since 2006. He is involved with subjects of construction. He is currently pursuing his Masters in Architecture from Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture.

Sonal Sundararajan - Associate Professor                                                     sonal.sundararajan@krvia.ac.in

Sonal Sundararajan is alumnus of KRVIA. She holds a B. Arch Degree from the University of Mumbai, 2000, and M. Arch degree in Urban Design from the School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi, 2006. She has been teaching at the KRVIA since the year 2007. She has worked on a research and documentation project on the environment management of the geo-thermal zone of the Tansa river basin through the Research and Design Cell of the institute. She has written essays on architecture, urbanism and art that have been published in design journals. She currently teaches Architectural Design, Architectural Representation and Design Dissertation at the undergraduate level.

Minal Yerramshetty - Assistant Professor                                                              minal.yerramshetty@krvia.ac.in

Ms. Minal Yerramshetty holds a B.Arch. degree in Architecture from L.S. Raheja College of Architecture Mumbai, 1995. She also has an M.Arch. in Urban and Regional Planning from Rachana Sansad institute of Architecture, 2011. She has been teaching at KRVIA from 1998 to 2001 and then since 2009. Her academic interests include urban planning, policy and governance, environmental studies and systems, and allied design such as interior design and landscape design. She has worked on several projects with various architects such as Pendse Pathare and associates, P. K. Das and associates, and Solanki and associates. She also has her own practice. She currently engages in environmental studies such as Building Services and climatology, Town planning, and an interior design module at the undergraduate level and Urban byelaws  at postgraduate level.

Shweta Wagh - Assistant Professor                                                                           shweta.wagh@krvia.ac.in

Shweta Wagh holds a B.Arch degree from the J.J. School of Architecture, 2000 and Masters in Urban Conservation from KRVIA, 2009. Between 2000 and 2006 she undertook several post graduate courses in ecological restoration, geomorphology, field botany, natural resource management and biodiversity conservation. She has been teaching in KRVIA since 2009. Her academic interests include, urban theory, ecology, sustainability, heritage and conservation philosophy. Some of her work include the Matheran Eco-sensitive zone, the geothermal zone in the Tansa river basin, heritage and environmental conservation guidelines for the Matheran development plan, conservation frameworks for the Kanchendzonga Sacred Landscape in Sikkim, and self development guidelines for Urban fishing villages in Mumbai. She currently engages in Humanities, Environmental Studies, Design Dissertation, Landscape and Urban design and at the undergraduate level and Urban Ecology, Landscape Theory and Design Dissertation at the postgraduate level.

Kimaya Keluskar - Assistant Professor                                                                   kimaya.keluskar@krvia.ac.in 

Kimaya Keluskar holds a B-arch degree in Architecture from Kamla Raheja Vidhyanidhi Institute for Architecture and Environmental studies (KRVIA), Mumbai, 2006. She was awarded Mumbai University gold medal for her Thesis and KRVIA gold medal for Academic excellence. She attained MSc in Environmental Design and Engineering from Bartlett School for Graduate studies, University College London in 2009. Her MSc thesis is published in Consultation on School Carbon Management plan, UCL Evidence prepared for CIBSE (Standard Institution for Building services and Engineers, 2009. She has been teaching in KRVIA since 2010. Her academic interests include in Climate responsive Architecture, Energy efficient building, social sustainability and Environmental Impacts. She is also been practicing as Environmental/Sustainability consultant for Architectural and Research projects. She has jointly co-ordinated project for Design Cell (Research cell at KRVIA) in collaboration with BMW LAB and HOLCIM Foundation for Sustainable constructions. She currently engages in Environmental studies III, Architectural Design, Building Services, Design Dissertation and Energy efficient building systems Electives at undergraduate level.

Shirish Joshi - Assistant Professor                                                                           shirish.joshi@krvia.ac.in     

Shirish Joshi has completed his B.Arch from CEPT University in 2005. After which he was working with Ahmedabad Heritage centre till 2007. He has a Master’s degree in Urban Planning from The City College of the City university of New York. Currently he is a full time faculty in KRVIA. His experience span across five years in Urban Conservation, Urban Sustainability and Urbanism.

Mamta Patwardhan - Assistant Professor                                                               mamta.patwardhan@krvia.ac.in         

Mamta Patwardhan holds a B.Arch degree (First class with honours) from Sir J. J. College of Architecture, 1993, M.Arch in Project Management (1st Ranker) from Mumbai University, 2016 and has completed a certificate course on Climate Change and Urban Environment from CEPT, Ahmedabad in 2012. She has been involved in a design-charette with the renowned Plater- Zyberk for the design of Koramangala at Bangalore while working with Thadani-Hetzel Architects. She has shared her professional expertise with many architectural firms like Ratna Dharia, Ved Segan Associates, Frischmann Prabhu, Hirani Engineering, NY (handled India back office) and others and her experience involves working on landscape projects, conservation documentation, preparation of international financial and technical bids and is currently managing a residential redevelopment projects under Manoj Parmar Architects. 

Climate change impacts, environmental risk assessment and disaster reduction constitute the areas of her recent academic focus.  She is conducting research as part of the EU funded BInUCom project that deals with assessing climate change impacts on the health of the slum inhabitants.

She has recently presented her paper, “Debating Sustainable Resilience: A Case of Gazdar Bandh”, co – authored with Shantanu Khandkar (Visiting faculty, KRVIA), at 12th Conference of The International Forum on Urbanism (IFoU): Beyond Resilience held at Tarumanagara University, Jakarta, Indonesia this year. 

She has been a faculty member at KRVIA since 2009, teaching modules on Graphics, Building Construction, Working Drawings and Professional Practice. She has also conducted an elective on environmental risk assessment in the master’s programme. This year she is conducting an elective “Resilience by Design” with the Bachelors Programme that deals with the question, “Can Design and Planning Inform Adaptive Strategies to Climate Change Impacts in Vulnerable Communities.” 

George Jerry Jacob -  Assistant Professor                                                             george.jacob@krvia.ac.in 

George Jacob holds a M.Arch. degree in Urban Design from Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture. He has been teaching at KRVIA since 2010. He has worked on the Dharavi redevelopment project as part of the Design Cell as well been the project co-ordinator for the public event ‘Mapping Privacy in Public Spaces’ in collaboration with the BMW Guggenheim Lab. His work has been recently published in the Project Cinema City book. He has presented papers on informal housing, everyday urbanism, peripheries and urban transformations at various national and international conferences. He currently engages with Design, Graphics and Building Technology courses.

Ginella George - Assistant Professor                                                                      ginella.george@krvia.ac.in         

Ginella George holds a M.Arch. degree in Urban Conservation from Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture, Mumbai University. She has been teaching at KRVIA since 2010. She has been interested in historic areas and their relevance, functionality and transformation in present times especially in the city of Mumbai. Through her research and academic explorations this has been a particular area of interest among larger urban concerns. Among her recent work she was part of the Cinema City project, through the Design Cell a research initiative by Majlis –which was exhibited at the National Gallery of Modern Art in Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore. She has presented papers at national and international conferences. She currently engages in Design, History and Conservation subjects at the Undergraduate and Masters Level.

Hussain Z Indorewala - Assistant Professor                                                      hussain.indorewala@krvia.ac.in

Hussain Indorewala is a teacher, urban researcher and activist. He teaches planning theory, housing and humanities at the Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture (KRVIA), and heads the Research and Consultancy Cell at the institute. His research work has focused on urban politics and ideology, planning epistemology, urban history, and urban political economy. He writes frequently in the popular press on urban development, planning and policy. He has been active in various social movements in Mumbai for housing rights, labour rights, sustainable mobility, environmental justice and participatory planning. He works closely with community groups through the Collective for Spatial Alternatives (CSA), an action research and advocacy collective. 

Sanaeya Vandrewala - Assistant Professor                                                     sanaeya.vandrewala@krvia.ac.in

Sanaeya Vandrewala is a Conservation Architect working in the field for the past 12 years. She holds a Master’s degree in Conservation from the University of York, UK and a Bachelors in Architecture (First Class with Honors) from the University of Mumbai. Sanaeya has been associated with several practices in both UK and India.  She is a J.N.Tata fellow and has also received training under ICCROM, Attingham Trust-UK, and the York Glaziers Trust.  Before joining KRVIA she was an Associate Conservation Architect at Abha Narain Lambah Associates and was the project architect for various prestigious historic landmarks around the country including Raj Bhawan- Nainital, Municipal Headquarters-Mumbai, MJP (Crawford) Market-Mumbai, Grant Medical College- Mumbai, Le Corbusier’s Capitol Complex- Chandigarh. She also specializes in Management plans for heritage sites such as Mahabodhi temple at Bodhgaya, Ajanta Caves to name a few and also World heritage nominations, of the most recent being the inscription of Mumbai on the UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Sanaeya is part of the core faculty at KRVIA and currently teaches the postgraduate course for Urban Design and Architectural and Urban Conservation.

Mansi Bhatt - Assistant Professor                                                                             mansi.bhatt@krvia.ac.in       

Mansi Bhatt holds Bachelor of Fine Arts (painting) degree from Sir J.J School of Art in 2000. She has been teaching at KRVIA since 2013. She is involved in allied design, visual studies & electives

Sarah George-Varghese - Assistant Professor                                                       sarah.george@krvia.ac.in                  

Sarah George-Varghese has completed her M.A. in Politics from “Mumbai University”. Currently she is working with Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture as a Part time faculty for Humanities.

Sandeep B. Menon - Assistant Professor


Sandeep B. Menon is a practicing landscape architect. He holds a Master of Landscape Architecture Degree and a Bachelor of Architecture Degree, both from the School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi. He was the recipient of the SPA Gold Medal for the Best Student of Master of Landscape Architecture and the Narendra Juneja Gold Medal 2006 for the Best Landscape Thesis Project.

Prior to moving to Mumbai, he was the Design Director at Integral Designs International Studio Pvt Ltd, a landscape architectural practice based in New Delhi. He has worked on landscape design and masterplanning projects of varying scales in various bio-geographies. His work often addresses the ideas of natural processes, local ecology and native planting. He has presented papers at both national and international venues. His co-authoured paper on developing greenways as multifunctional networks in urban areas was presented at the Fábos Conference on Landscape and Greenway Planning 2013 at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. His ongoing research on the ecological significance of Kaavu (Sacred Groves) of Kerala was presented as a research paper at the International Federation of Landscape Architects Asia Pacific Region Conference at Bangkok in 2017.

He was also engaged with academics as a visiting faculty member to the departments of Architecture and Landscape Architecture at SPA, Delhi. He has been a faculty expert for training courses on Landscape Design to the Central Public Works Department Training Institute, Govt. of India. He has also been a resource person and guide for architectural seminars, academic dissertations and design publications. His academic interests range from ecological urbanism, landscape ecology, sustainable urban water management, ecological corridors and wetland systems.

Rutika Parulkar- Assistant Professor                                                                        rutika.parulkar@krvia.ac.in

Rutika Parulkar is an architect having core interest in theory of  design and discourses related to architectural history, theory and criticism. She has completed her bachelors degree from Smt. Manoramabai Mundle College of Architecture, Nagpur in 2011 and continued to persue post-graduation in Theory and Design from CEPT University Ahmedabad in 2014.  She has been teaching in SMMCA Nagpur since 2015 to 2017. Her interests persist in writing and research in the domain of history and design. She has assisted different history and theory courses in CEPT in 2014.

Dr. Binti Singh- Assistant Professor                                                                                                binti.singh@krvia.ac.in

Dr. Binti Singh is an urban sociologist and holds a Ph.D. (in urban studies) and an M.Phil. (in Planning and Development) from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT Bombay), Mumbai, India. She has contributed to several peer reviewed academic and research journals and edited books. Some of the recent ones include (2019) Social Media, Cultural Activism and Place-making in Contemporary Lucknow.   Society and Culture in South Asia, Sage Publications 5(1), 1–18. ( https://bit.ly/2A6eIyk and https://bit.ly/2UcFLAj ); 

(2019) Book Chapter: Citizens, Spatial Practices and Resurrection of the Idea of Place in Contemporary Lucknow in Sarah Pinto, Bernadette Walker-Gibbs, Shelley Hannigan, Emma Charlton (Eds) Unsettling Space and Place, Springer, Singapore;

(2017) Book Chapter: Unraveling Redevelopment in the Megacity Context of India: The case of Mumbai (co-author Manoj Parmar) in Edited book: Coming Of An Age: Trends And Issues In Housing In Asia, Routledge, UK. 

She has coedited a special issue on Urban Affairs in the current edition (July 2019) of the Indian Anthropologist with Prof D Parthasarathy, of IIT Bombay.

She has disseminated her research in numerous national and international conferences. Her recent international conference contributions include: (2018) Integrating Design and Planning in Informal Settlements Working Towards Resilience in Gazdar Bandh Slum in Mumbai (co-author Manoj Parmar), Springer, IEREK Conference on Environmental Efficiency for Human Well Being, Cairo, Egypt, 14 December ( https://bit.ly/2IrCxlE );

(2017) Synchromesh Urbanism- street economies in Mumbai (co-author Manoj Parmar), at the 10th International Forum on Urbanism- The Entrepreneurial City, School of Architecture, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 14th December 

She is guest columnist with the Business World Smart Cities magazine. Some of her prominent guest columns are: 

1. (May 2019) Climate Change Risks and Cities: The Need for Climate Action Plans in Business World Smart Cities http://bwsmartcities.businessworld.in/article/Climate-Change-Risks-and-Cities-The-Need-for-Climate-Action-Plans/16-05-2019-170611/

2. (February 2019) Post Industrial City, Immaterial Labour And Cultural Industries http://bwsmartcities.businessworld.in/article/Post-Industrial-City-Immaterial-Labour-And-Cultural-Industries/10-02-2019-167016/

3. (January 2019) Rethinking Urban Mobility With Alternative Experiments http://bwsmartcities.businessworld.in/article/Rethinking-Urban-Mobility-With-Alternative-Experiments/07-01-2019-165882/

4. (2018) The Saga of our Inner Cities in Business World Smart Cities https://bit.ly/2uqATfE

5. (2018) Peri Urban Reality in India in Business World Smart Cities 


Her articles have also featured in Domus India- (2018) Ethnography, Place and Place Making (https://bit.ly/2GRyEuH) and (2018) City Renewal, Urban Restructuring and Housing ( https://bit.ly/2Ta06F6 ); KNN India and smart city portals like EletsEGov.

She has been invited to be part of the core team of the Oxford Urbanists, a global think tank, as Associate Editor. Her current research engages with questions on Inclusion, sustainability, urban trends and urban theory. She has lived in diverse cities including Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Yokohama (Japan) and Lucknow and has written a lot about them. She is the author of The Divided City: Policy and Ideological Contestations in Contemporary Urban India published in 2018 and is available worldwide. Her ethnographic work on Lucknow is compiled into another book titled Lucknow: Culture, Place, Branding and Activism also published in 2018. Her third book titled Smart City in India: Laboratory, Paradigm or Trajectory? (co-author Manoj Parmar), is currently under production with Routledge, Taylor and Francis UK.

Nemish Shah- Assistant Professor  

Neha Parulekar - Assistant Professor

Nikhil Khadilkar- Assistant Professor           

Shilpa Ranade- Assistant Professor                                                                    

Quaid Doongerwala - Assistant Professor               

Neeraj Vakharia - Assistant Professor     

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