Life in Katiki, Andhra Pradesh: An Awakening

Bhaskar Simha L N visited Katiki, Andhra Pradesh to work with SAMATA in pursuance of the field work component of the Master of Public Policy programme. He reflects on his experiences and what he carried back with him.  Home to tribal communities for many years now, Eastern ghats are rich in  mineral resources. One such place which…

Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan: Road to Reform

Sumit Jain was part of the University contingent that visited Bhim, Rajasthan in October 2017 to work with Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan as part of the field work component of the Master of Public Policy course. He reflects on the concerns with the social security mechanisms in the country. Flaws in the PDS Government of India…

Marianad: A Tryst with History

Noel Benno Joseph, Linitha Mathew, and Srilakshmi Nambiar visited Marianad, a fishing village in Kerala in October 2017 as part of the fieldwork component of the Master of Public Policy course. They chart out the history of the village and how it took its modern shape. ‘Everytime we come back from the sea, we bring…

Melghat: From Crisis to Cure

Nissy Solomon was a part of the group that visited Melghat, Maharashtra in the month of October, 2017 to work with KHOJ in pursuance of the field work component of the Master of Public Policy programme. She highlights the issue of malnutrition and its impact in the region based on her interactions with the local community and other stakeholders. In the…

IN CONVERSATION WITH JYOTSNA

Jyotsna Sripada is a student of Masters Programme in Public Policy from the batch of 2014-16  at the National Law School of India University. Jyotsna works as a Research Assistant for the Right to Food Team at the Centre for Child and the Law, National Law School of Indian University, Bengaluru. She recently  started pursuing PH.D in Public…