Padma M. Rohilla received her Doctorate degree from Queen's University Belfast in
UK in 2008. She obtained her Masters of Arts in the Conservation of Arts from the
National Museum Institute in Delhi in 1994. She started her art conservation career
with INTACH in 1994 and later moved to the Delhi Institute for Heritage Research
and Management in 1999 to work as a Lecturer. She later re-joined INTACH in 2011
and was the Director of the INTACH Conservation Institute Delhi till March 2022. Her
position entailed leading conservation projects undertaken by the Delhi Centre,
supervising the practical work carried out at the Conservation laboratory she was in-
charge of and research work carried out by INTACH Conservation Institutes (ICI).
She was also involved in training and capacity building programmes undertaken by
ICI and the INTACH Heritage Academy (IHA), the ‘Directory of wall paintings’ project
and the publications. She organised the well-received INTACH ‘Conservation
Insights 2020’ lecture series during the COVID 19 pandemic.
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