As part of a project entitled Leaders Platform, Swaniti Initiative, with the support of the British Deputy High Commission, Kolkata, organised a daylong roundtable discussion on development and good governance for Members of Parliament on August 28, ... Cabinet Office, 4 weeks ago
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In a bid to make students more participative towards the policies in the education sector, the Union Human Resource Development Ministry has introduced an internship programme for college students inviting them to engage directly in the policy ...New Indian Express, 3 days ago
In part-2 of our fortnightly data series, India In Numbers, we take a look at the Gross Enrollment Ratio inPrimary, Middle, Secondary & Senior Secondary, Higher Education from 2001 to 2010 by state and political party in power. Gross ...Indian Express, 3 weeks ago
Ladies and Gentlemen, Members of Parliament, Im delighted to be here today at this interactive session on good governance and sustainable development. I would like to extend an especially warm welcome to our four speakers, Mr. Dinesh Trivedi, ...BIS.gov.uk, 4 weeks ago
Dinesh Trivedi, Sugato Bose, Prem Das Rai and Rajeev Gowda were brought together by the British deputy high commission — Kolkata and Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), in association with Swaniti Initiative, at Bengal Club on Thursday for an ...Times of India, 1 month ago
The sluggish growth of our manufacturing sector has always put us at the mercy of imports. Can Modi reduce imports and increase exports? (Source: IE) Summary INTERACTIVE: Data shows Congress has done better in manufacturing, even Gujarat not a ...Indian Express, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI: Do hospitals translate to better healthcare? Not necessarily. States with more doctors have better healthcare indices than those with better infrastructure, data analysed by thinktank Swaniti reveals. While better health outcomes depend ...Economic Times, 1 month ago ‘More doctors, not health centres, save lives’ Times of India, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI: Much like in government, the winds of change are blowing in the corridors of Parliament. After a deadlock of nearly three years, there is a flurry of activity on the floor of the House. In the last three weeks, the 16th Lok Sabha recorded ...Times of India, 2 months ago Productivity of Lok Sabha climbs to 103% Economic Times, 2 months ago
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