Animesh Ghosh | Ideas for India

Animesh Ghosh
Animesh Ghosh is a Prime Minister’s Rural Development Fellow (PMRDF) under the Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD) working in Purulia district, one of the three Left Wing Extremism (LWE) affected districts of West Bengal. He has been engaged in planning monitoring and implementation of flagship schemes as envisaged by the District Magistrate & District Collector, Purulia, West Bengal.

A graduate of technology in electronics and instrumentation engineering from Techno India, Kolkata, he worked with an NGO called PRADAN, before joining the PMRDF programme.

Articles By Animesh Ghosh
´Muktidhara´: A sustainable livelihood project in West Bengal
Posted On: 14 Oct 2013

In this ‘Note from the Field’, two Prime Minister’s Rural Development Fellows describe a government funded project in the state of West Bengal that seeks to generate self-employment opportunities and sustainable livelihood options for rural people via self-help groups. They discuss the successes of the project and the lessons that can be learnt for the design and implementation of other such initiatives.
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IAP improving lives in Maoist-affected areas
Posted On: 05 Apr 2013

Topics:   Conflict

In this Note from the Field, a PMRDF working in the Left Wing Extremism affected Purulia district in West Bengal, narrates how the Maoist movement disrupted livelihoods, revenue generation and public service delivery, and how the Integrated Action Plan has helped restore normalcy in the district.
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Use of technology to improve public service delivery
Posted On: 06 Feb 2013

How is technology being used to improve public service delivery at the grass root level? In this Note from the Field, the Prime Minister’s Rural Development Fellows that are working with district administrations across the country, share their experiences.
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