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Dr Manju Singh



Dr Manju Singh

Dr Manju Singh

Dr Manju Singh was the Sir Ratan Tata Fellow 2011-12 at LSE Asia Research Centre.

Dr Singh is presently working on Gender Inclusion in public employment programme in India. She is Professor in Symbiosis Institute of Research and Innovation at Symbiosis International University, Pune India. Her PhD is in Economics and she has more than two decades experience in teaching, research and training.

Dr Singh is a keen project planner, strategist and implementer of social engineering projects. She has a wide experience of coordinating action research projects funded by Ford Foundation US. Dr Singh has led various evaluation studies funded by Department of Science and Industrial Research, Planning Commission and State Government. She has several publications in peer reviewed national and international journals.

Dr Singh was awarded a Doctoral Fellowship from ICSSR, Associate Fellowship from Indian Institute of Advanced Study, and selected for Micro Finance Research Alliance Programme with financial support from Ford Foundation and full scholarship for the second international meeting of the Global Network of Government Innovators at Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, Massachusetts US. 

Research Interests

  • Development economics
  • Technology transfer
  • Inclusive growth
  • Diversity management
  • Environmental studies