NA Knowledge Cafe

Bridging the Urban-Rural Divide through
InnovativeSolutions in Digital Infrastructure in India

Dr. Subodh Mathur, a policy expert on infrastructure development,  shared his insights on creating effective digital infrastructure as a solution to the Urban-Rural Divide in India. He proposed a range of ideas from microeconomic solutions, such as creating credit channels to allow consumers to purchase phones, to macroeconomic solutions such as the promotion of public-private partnerships to incentivise rural investment and act on the social and gendered issues plaguing rural digitisation. 

Ms. Mitali Nikore, our founder, shared her insights on building a career in Public Policy and Development Sector and the requisite skill set for policy consultant, analyst, or advisory roles in an international multilateral organization.

She was also joined by Shayer Majumdar and Tanya Malik to discuss CollegeLab's Research Writing course for Rising College students, a skill that is very sought-after in the industry.

Town Hall Session on Careers in Public Policy
India's Missing Women: Tracing the Journey of Women's Economic
Contributions over the last 7 Decades

A small research group from Nikore Associates culminated the second chapter of the book: "The Indian Women's Journey: The Last Five Decades" by Kamala Nath named "Women's Human Capital".

Watch our Research Advisors, Poorva Prabhu, and Vidhi Narang, discuss their experiences and the important conclusions derived while working on the book.

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Ms. Khyati Bhatnagar, our Research Advisor,  shared her insights on the different skill development initiatives and the role skilling, upskilling and reskilling play in ensuring the suitability of skilled workforce. She also discussed the upcoming sunrise sectors which promises to have a higher demand for skilled personnel. 

Skill Development Initiatives as a Response to COVID 19
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A small research group from Nikore Associates culminated the second chapter of the book: "The Indian Women's Journey: The Last Five Decades" by Kamala Nath named "Women's Human Capital".

Watch our Research Advisors, Manvika Gupta, and Ujjwala Singh, discuss their experiences and the important conclusions derived while working on the book.

The Indian Women's Journey- Discussion on "Women's Human Capital"