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5 Things To Consider Before Choosing Your Dissertation Topic
As I am inching towards, what I hope would be my final year of PhD research, I have been thinking and analyzing a lot of my actions in retrospect. I thought of putting together a list of things I learned and things I wish I had considered in my first year.
1) Finding the “right” mentor.
We spend a lot of time in deciding the right lab or the best PhD supervisor. A lot has been said and done about finding the right fit. One thing I have learned is that apart from the usual parameters we set in finding the best supervisor for us personally, sometimes we forget to consider if the supervisor is right for the project. Sometimes the project may expand in an area beyond your and your mentor’s expertise. In such cases, it is important to consider whether your mentor will make the right resources available to you. Putting together a good research advisory committee, scientists who would have expertise in that specific topic, will come in handy. Research can be quite daunting and grad students deal with intense pressure and stress on a daily basis. Your time should be spent researching and not trying to find the right instrument in the cheapest core facility and definitely NOT YouTubing the workings of a new technique. Make sure to find someone to train you, attend workshops, shadow a technician and make sure your supervisor makes these available to you when needed. A mark of a good mentor is when they don’t hesitate to seek consultation or advise from an external or senior scientist who is an expert in the field.
2) Is this a good career investment?
Turns out most students forget about the crucial thing about spending years in grad school – landing the job! Most of us don’t think about job search or the next move until our final year, which I think is too late. While choosing a topic, you may want to consider things like job market, skill requirement, funding agencies and so on. For example, researching therapeutic drug targets for a disease that has no cure is far better than investing in a project discovering drug targets for a disease with multiple FDA approved drugs. Weigh the pros and cons carefully. Will your project help you acquire technical skills that are translatable to the industry? If you live in a city or country that is in dire need of science policy advisors or climate crisis advocates or good science communicators, will your PhD program give you enough skills to apply to these jobs?
3) Is there scope for collaborations?
Collaborations are a unique way to expand into different research topics in your field, whether it’s a collaboration within your group or research with a different research group altogether. This lets you become more versatile, get a flavor of how other researchers approach their science and if nothing else, learn a new scientific topic up-close. A productive collaboration is one which will take your expertise and enhance another project, without taking too much time away from your project. Inter-lab collaborations are a great way to demonstrate your negotiating, team management and interpersonal skills. Oh, and did I mention it’s good for networking? So finding aims in your proposal early on, that are good for teaming up with other groups is a good idea, especially while conferencing.
4) Will it help you AND your science grow?
I will start with the science part first. Obviously, we all want to learn and become an expert in the respective field when we started off, so what do I mean by growth here? If your research topic is only going to be a repeat of your previous techniques and scientific concepts, chances are, halfway through the project, you’re going to lose interest. It is great to start off the project with something familiar, but if it isn’t exploring in areas that are uncomfortable and challenging to you, is it really worth a PhD? Test new ideas, push your boundaries and give yourself a deadline to fully delve into answering these questions. But be wary not to spend too much time and get distracted. It is good to spend the first two years (in a five-year program) to be adventurous, but if it gets too challenging it really should not be pursued at the expense of your time.
I stress on personal growth next. PhD project is a LOT of time commitment. Especially to one very specific thing, that more often than not, will consume most, if not all of your time. This means one must consider having room for co-curricular activities that will in turn be an asset for your own research project. For example, I love to read about popular science, wildlife, climate science, conservation, policies and history. My program had a structured graduate minor alongside my PhD major and I decided to study science communication for this minor. Now, I get to write, read or watch other popular forms of science, engage with community, organize local events and dissect science policies as part of my curriculum. I have also gotten opportunities where I talked about my own research to strangers and thus, honed in my craft of communicating science. All of this will ultimately reflect in your resume and you know that apart from spending long hours fine-tuning your experiments, you will leave with heaps of useful skills for future jobs. So, I would recommend finding things that compliment your science early on, this will go a long way!
5) Will you need a backup plan?
If you are diving into something extremely challenging, let’s say it will not only require you to learn new, field-specific techniques, but it will mean questioning the dogma – make sure you have another small project to safely rely back on. If your program has at least one first-author paper requirement for dissertation, it is imperative you sit with your supervisor and make sure you will get a paper out in time. No dogma is worth challenging at the cost of your degree!
These are some pointers that I thought of, from personal experience. I hope that you will find it useful and informative.
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Dr Shivani Bhardwaj
The questioning of the way resources are consumed, distributed and controlled is an ongoing engagement. Gender Resource Gap (GRG) pitomizes disparity in the society and economy. If the gap is known planning can ensure to reduce the same. The research explored a method to compute the gap and proposed a way to address the gap. Objectives: To map forms in which GRG exist at different levels; to measure the quantum of gender resource gaps; and to propose ways to accommodate GRG at macro and micro levels. Findings: GRG explored in space, services and spousal income to find that women use and access 31% less space and avail 3% less services on an average.Married men have 130% more income as they have 14% more asset than women. Gender resource increase options within a local area level plan linked to district planning were explored during the course of the research with experts and members of households. The research demonstrates that cities and villages within a district can be planned to make areas and its inhabitants regenerative. This regenerative plan was termed as a sustainable development zone within which a women resource zone exists. This research proves that balancing inclusion and development is possible. Specific projects could be developed to promote gender equality as a result of this work.
Dr Shivani Bhardwaj , Sunita Kotnala , Rajashree Ghosh
Ms Kotnala, Ms Rajashree Bhaumick and Dr Shivani Bhardwaj published a chapter in an Oxford publication in 2016. The chapter titled “Embedding Gender Resource Gap Differential In Planning To Address Issues Of Access Ownership Safety And Equality For Urban Poor” was written as an assignment for the Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation ( MoHUPA) and DFID under a programme called SNUPR. This paper was presented at an international conference organised in 2015 in Delhi.
This paper presents policy, planning and programs options with regard to urban land governance to impact the lives of women and men in India. Bhardwaj and Ghosh have collaborated on projects including an intensive field study in slums in Delhi , the capital of India. SAFP has used the research in its advocacy to increase resource base of women. The authors articulate a participatory civil society response in a unique cross country partnership that has endured the times, limits of distance and political boundaries. A gender inclusive planning empowering strategy that opens opportunities through building infrastructure for care and productive services that women manage in neighborhood groups is the cornerstone for a proposal SAFP advocates for local and national planners. In the process, existing provisions and schemes for sustaining local resources. In other words the paper will strive to create equal access for women and men to both natural resources and built infrastructure. In harnessing women’s agency and voice, this is a call for equitable and strategic governance option that is relevant and practical. Planning sustainable development zones within which a Women’s Resource Zone (WRZ) exists has been the outcome of several rounds of discussions with members of CWLR, government functionaries, ground level workers and professionals. While inclusion in planning has become the buzzword in official documents, concrete examples were developed and presented by SAFP in collaborative efforts with architecture schools, non profits, professionals and government departments to make gender equality options visible within inclusion for all. The outcome of this effort was that town planners are now including gender concerns as they develop guidelines for joint ownership for private housing, developing vending zones, developing safety network and access of women to land and infrastructure meant for their use and control.
In spite of women’s crucial role in the socio-economic development of our country, they are burdened with cumulative inequalities as a result of discriminating socio-economic practices. Women labor is affected the most. Women’s reproductive role as care givers are not paid for or taken into account in the national economy, even though they free men from these tasks to be more active in the market economy. Women’s labor inside and outside the household is deemed as “unproductive”, “inferior”, or “supplementary”. They are considered as passive recipients of development assistance and denied as agents of change. The constitutional provision of equality before law is compromised in the interplay of legal provisions with culture, socialization, economic reality and political power share. This research is therefore proposed to capture this reality through in depth interviews of households and information gathered through case studies of women from the lower, middle and upper classes. The study touched upon the kind of profit that can be made by offering equal opportunities to women. This study paved the way for future SAFP work with its partners i.e, TAAL, Equal saree and other CWLR members to find out how gender gaps in resources may be defined for particular sectors.
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