Otojit Kshetrimayum is currently involved in the project on “Assessment of Trainers Requirement for Skilling 500 Million Persons by 2022 with reference to National Skill Development Policy”.
He is actively engaged in conducting trainings and workshops related to skill development and employment generation, social protection and livelihood security, and research methods in labour studies. His areas of interest include Cultural Studies, Sociology of North East India, Gender, Labour and Employment, Social Security, and Korean Studies.
Study on Assessment of Trainers’ Requirement for Skilling 500 Million Persons by 2022
44th Session of the Standing Labour Committee (SLC)
Attended the 44th Session of the Standing Labour Committee (SLC), Ministry of Labour & Employment, Govt. of India held at NASC Complex, New Delhi on 17th October, 2011
Migration From North-East To Urban Centers: A Study of Delhi Region
Discussant in the seminar on `Migration From North-East To Urban Centers: A Study of Delhi Region' on 30th September, 2011 at School of Interdisciplinary and Transdisciplinary Studies, IGNOU, New Delhi
Sovereignty of Police and Illegitimacy of State: A case study of Manipur
Presented a paper on “Sovereignty of Police and Illegitimacy of State: A case study of Manipur” in the International Seminar on Social Violence and Police: Cross-National Experiences on 9th and 10th March 2010 organised by Sikkim University and Centre for Public Affairs at Gangtok