Prof. Gurdip Singh
Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow
Prof. Gurdip Singh is a distinguished academician having over 36 years of teaching and research experience in the prestigious university – The University of Delhi. He held the position of Head and Dean, Faculty of Law from 2010 to 2013. He has been nominated as a member of the Governing Bodies and General Councils of several Universities and Institutions. He has also been an Expert Member in various UGC Committees.
Prof. Gurdip Singh is a prolific writer and has authored nine books which have been published by reputed publishers. He also has a large number of articles and research papers to his credit published in reputed international and national journals. Several prestigious research projects have shaped under his leadership. Some of these projects were executed under the aegis of Ministry of Defense, India; Hague Academy of International Law; The Hague; Ministry of External Affairs, India; and Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi.
Prof. Gurdip Singh has been recipient of several prestigious fellowships in India. He has also been a proud recipient of several international fellowships like the Doctoral Fellowship at The Hague Academy of International Law, The Hague; International Humanitarian Law, International Committee of Red Cross, Geneva; International Negotiation Process, Salzburg, Austria; and U.N. Fellow, International Law Commission, Geneva.
Prof. Gurdip Singh awarded "National Law Day Award - 2013" on November 30, 2013 at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi, in recognition of the pivotal role played by him in improving the standards of legal education in India. He has canvassed for change and has made an unwavering pursuit of innovative approaches to the teaching and research of Law.
Prof. Gurdip Singh has joined as Vice Chancellor, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow on 03rd May 2013. In the Stewardship of Prof. Gurdip Singh, the University looks forward to achieve new heights of excellence in teaching and research.