Editors Batch of 2020 – 2022 The Lokniti 2020-22 Editorial Board has members from very diverse backgrounds, both professional as well as personal. The unique perspectives that these provide will certainly shape the path that Lokniti takes in the next few years.When not engaged in the coursework for the Master’s programme in Public Policy at the National Law School of India University. Chaitanya loves cooking and reading historical and science fiction. He has been trying to make a shift to a zero-waste lifestyle, and is actively involved in lowering his carbon footprint. He firmly believes that every little step, if taken mindfully, will help the cause of equitable and sustainable development.He is a hospitality graduate, who discovered his passion for policy-making and the social sciences while preparing for the civil services examination. Chaitanya is interested in sustainability, urban design, and linguistics. He can be reached at email@example.com. Growing up in an argumentative interfaith family that took regular road trips off the beaten track and had intense dinner table discussions on the state of the world, Ramish cut his teeth trying to understand difference and inequality early in life. Attending college in the melting pot that is Delhi, he became even more aware of just how multidimensional and interlinked identities and privileges can be. A robust social sciences education at Ambedkar University Delhi led him to develop an interest in policy-making, and he is currently pursuing a Master’s in Public Policy at the National Law School of India University, Bangalore. When not found quizzing or haunting obscure internet forums about 50s and 60s music, Ramish can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org Shubhama is currently pursuing Master’s in Public Policy from National Law University of India, Bengaluru and believes in un/learning every day. He holds an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering.In the recent past, he has been involved in holding workshops and sessions in rural schools and communities of Western Uttar Pradesh on the ethos of the caste system and about other forms of social discrimination that exist in our system and others. He has a keen interest in postmodern literature and redefining parochial caste perspectives. When he is not overthinking, he loves to read and also considers himself an amateur photographer. He is a collection of vintage stories with a twist of cringe anthologies. He is constantly and paradoxically juggling between and striving to reconcile old and the new notions in theory.Shubhama would love to perform comparative research on the paradigm of the Indian social and institutional structure and changes that came along with the subaltern perspective. You can reach him at email@example.com for collaborations. Srinidhi graduated in 2019 with a BA (Hons) in Philosophy with concentrations in Economics and International Relations. Following this, she did a post-graduate diploma in Advanced Studies and Research, where she got the opportunity to work on a yearlong capstone thesis. Frustrated with the fact that her background restricted her knowledge and understanding to the realm of theory, she wanted to acquire some skills that allowed her to translate theory into practical tools. Having interned at some NGOs and the Government of Maharashtra during the course of her under-graduation, she decided that she wished to build a career in the public sector. As a result, she ended up in the MPP program at NLSIU. Her area of interest, as of now, includes gender studies. When she is not drowning in coursework, she likes to paint and read. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.