Respected Prof. Dr Veena Bhalla is the retired joint secretary, International Division, Association of Indian Universities (AIU), Delhi, India.
She started her career as a research assistant in 1977 at AIU, became the organisation's joint secretary in 2013, and served till 2017. Presently she is a consulting V.C. at DY Patil University, New Delhi. As an Assistant Director of AIU between 1995 and 1997, she developed numerous question banks. She has conducted more than 25 seminars, workshops, round tables and conferences. She was also in charge of AIU's International Division and Evaluation Division between 2011 and 2019. As Under Secretay of AIU between 1997 and 2013, she published more than 20 handbooks and more than 35 research articles on various topics in several leading journals. She has also authored, co-authored and edited several books on different unique issues.
Retd. Joint Secretary(Intl. & SIS Dvns.) Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi. D Y Patil University Consultant & Associate Director of PR and Publications- FELA-Foundation.
What you'll Learn
Worked on monographs on question banking, test and item analysis and also on status reports on question banking, Grading and internal assessment. Assisted in conducting correspondence courses in evaluation methodology and examinations and conducted various workshops and seminars.
Dr D. Y. Patil Vidyapeeth University, March, 2019 till date
Association of Indian Universities- February 2017 to Feb 2019
Association of Indian Universities - 2013 till January 2017
Association of Indian Universities, 2005 - 2013
Association of Indian Universities-1997 - 2005
Internationalisation of Higher Education in India (Annual Survey of International Students in India 2014-15), AIU Occasional
Internationalisation of Higher Education in India (Annual Survey of International Students in India 2013-14), AIU Occasional
International Students in Indian Universities, International Higher Education, No. 79 Winter 2015, 23-24 pp
International Students in Indian Universities: Source Countries, Gender Ratio, Level of Education and Choice of Discipline, A
Inflow of International Students into India: Trends, Inferences and Suggestions, AIU Occasional Paper 2012/1, 34 pp
Examination Reforms in Higher Education (Chapter in Random Harvest: A Collection of papers, percepts, paradigms, policies and
Regulating Foreign providers: The AIU Initiatives K. B. Powar and Veena Bhalla) University News, No. 37 Vol. 48, Sept. 13-19,