8th Thinkers & Writers Forum

8th Thinkers & Writers Forum

8th Thinkers & Writers Forum was held during 25th Skoch Summit on 26th of March 2011, at the Institute of Social Sciences, Delhi. The main theme of the forum was “ Shifting to Demand Side Governance”.

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Speakers who presented their academic work are as follows :

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Title of the Paper


Dr B. K. Swain, Professor & Head, NIRD Poverty Alleviation through Micro-entrepreneurship view pdf
Dr Barnabe D’Souza, Director, Don Bosco Research Institute Designing India’s Equity Agenda view pdf
Dr R.Ramakrishnan, Director-Academic/Principal, KIIT Social Security – The Way Forward view pdf
Dr V.P. Raghavan, Executive Director and Professor Economics, KIIT New Approach in Poverty Alleviation & Women Empowerment :  The Case of Kudumbashree Projects in Kerala  view pdf
Dr B. Yerram Raju, Director (Projects & Research), Development & Research Services Pvt. Ltd.

Re-inventing India : Renaissance of the Rural Cooperative Credit Institutions view pdf
Mr S.K.Gupta, Project Coordinator, Central Soil in Salinity Research Institute

A New Paradigm for Poverty  in Rural India  view pdf
Dr B.B. Barik , Principal, B V Rural Institute Kisan Credit card – A Acheme Dynamic Interventaiton for Reduction in Rural Proverty view pdf
Mr Rajesh Kumar,Scientist, DG Technical Cell, CSIR Soleckshaw-An initiative to Explore S&T, Infrastructure for Inclusive growth view pdf
Mr T. Kumar,Assistant Professor, KIIT University Village Computerization – The Way Forward  view pdf
Mr Pawan Kumar, PhD Scholar, IIT, Roorkee Infrastructure Development for Metro and Bus Integration in Multi Modal Perspective view pdf
Mr Alok Jha, Research Scholar,IIT Roorkee Ensuring Basic Necessities in Rural : A  Strategy for Poverty Alleviation view pdf
Mr Ishwar Kumar,Research Scholar,IIT Scholar ICT and Poverty : Seeking the role of State in poverty alleviation by prioritizing the demand for   basic services view  pdf
Mr Abhikalp Pratap Singh, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya  National Law University Achieving Welfare State Through  Regulatory Reforms  view pdf