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  • The India Policy Forum 2022
    The India Policy Forum 2022
    in-person
    12 Jul 2022 13 Jul 2022

    NCAER hosted its annual flagship event, the India Policy Forum (IPF) from July 12-13, 2022. The event was held in person at the India International Centre and NCAER in New Delhi. Every summer, the NCAER IPF brings to New Delhi a unique combination of intense scholarship and policymaker engagement through this forum that aims to...   Read More

  • What does the Evidence Show? Consumption, Poverty and the Labour Market in India – 2011/12-Present

    This webinar hosted Dr Surjit S. Bhalla, Executive Director for India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Bhutan at the IMF, and Dr Tirthatanmoy Das, Associate Professor in the Economics and Social Sciences Area at the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore. Dr Amit Basole, Associate Professor of Economics and Head, Centre for Sustainable Employment, Azim Premji University,...   Read More

  • Dr Mridul Saggar, the new IEPF Chair Professor

    NCAER is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Mridul Saggar as the Investor Education and Protection Fund Authority (IEPF) Chair Professor at NCAER. He joins the Chair today. The Chair has been established with the support of the Investor Education and Protection Fund Authority under the Ministry of Corporate Affairs in the Government of...   Read More

  • Role of National Financial Reporting Authority, NFRA in Investor Education and Protection

    The webinar organised by NCAER is part of the Investor Education and Protection Fund (IEPF) Chair Unit’s webinar series. NCAER established the IEPF Chair Unit in 2020, with funding from the Investor Education and Protection Fund Authority, Ministry of Corporate Affairs. NCAER’s IEPF Chair Unit conducts research on contemporary issues related to investor education and...   Read More

  • Improving Investor Education and Protection in the Bond Market in India

    The webinar organised by NCAER is part of its Investor Education and Protection Fund (IEPF) Chair Unit’s webinar series. NCAER established the IEPF Chair Unit in 2020, with funding from the Investor Education and Protection Fund Authority, Ministry of Corporate Affairs. NCAER’s IEPF Chair Unit conducts research on contemporary issues related to investor education and...   Read More

  • Long-term Impact of the Pandemic on People’s Lives and Lessons for Developing an Inclusive Social Protection Programme

    The COVID-19 pandemic could have a long-term impact for the people of the country due to the unexpected deaths of family members, loss of livelihoods, decline in household income, school closures and inability to access alternative methods of remote learning for students, and lack of access to routine healthcare services. The NCAER National Data Innovation Centre in...   Read More

  • Health Data Ecosystem and Pandemic Preparedness

    A webinar on Health Data Ecosystem and Pandemic Preparedness was held with Dr Gagandeep Kang, Professor, CMC Vellore; Dr Sanghamitra Pati, Director, ICMR Bhubaneswar; and Dr Peter Lloyd-Sherlock, Professor, University of East Anglia. Dr Aravinda Meera Guntupalli, Senior Lecturer in Global Health, University of Aberdeen, was the discussant. The discussion was moderated by Dr Arokiasamy Perianayagam, Professor, NCAER. The Coronavirus pandemic has...   Read More

  • Conversations with NCAER | Implications of the Haryana Government’s job quota for locals (fourth Webinar)

    A webinar to discuss the Implications of the Haryana Government’s job quota for locals in the light of recent judicial pronouncements was organised by NCAER.  The webinar, the fourth of our webinar series titled ‘Conversations with NCAER’, was held with Neeraj Kaushal, Professor, Columbia University, Santosh Mehrotra, Visiting Professor, Centre for Development Studies, University of Bath, and Arghya Sengupta,...   Read More

  • Re-imagining Data Systems as if Women Counted

    After decades of feminist advocacy, it is now accepted as a part of conventional wisdom that all data collection systems should provide gender-disaggregated data. However, this ‘add gender and stir’ approach often fails to capture data that is critical for developing gender-friendly policies, especially data on care responsibilities, access to public spaces, and, discrimination in...   Read More

  • Tracking Lives and Livelihoods through the Pandemic

    How have the lives of residents of Delhi and other areas in the National Capital Region (NCR) changed over the past two years since the advent of COVID?  NCAER National Data Innovation Centre (NCAER-NDIC) team discussed results from the Delhi Metropolitan Area Study (DMAS), which interviewed residents from Delhi-NCR in 2019, before the onset of...   Read More