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Sourabh Bhattacharjee
PMRDF
sourabh.dsag@gmail.com
Sourabh Bhattacharjee is a Prime Minister’s Rural Development Fellow (PMRDF) under the Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD) working in Purulia district, one of the Jungle Mahal districts of West Bengal. He has been engaged in extending professional assistance to the District Administration for effective planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the flagship programmes as envisaged by the District Magistrate & District Collector in Purulia.

Sourabh holds a B.Sc. degree with Honors in Mathematics, and a post graduate diploma in Rural Development (with distinction) from the Xavier Institute of Social Service, Ranchi. Prior to PMRDF, he has worked with Development Support Agency of Gujarat, Tribal Development Department, Government of Gujarat as a Development Consultant. He has also worked with ITC Limited under its Corporate Social Responsibility head.
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Articles By Sourabh Bhattacharjee
Making the best out of waste
Posted On: 24 Apr 2015


Given rapid urbanisation and the increasing amounts of solid waste generated in India cities, there is a pressing need for effective waste management processes. In this article, Sourabh Bhattacharjee and Ujjwal Sinha, who have been associated with a successful waste management project in Saharanpur, provide an outline of the project and highlight lessons for other Indian cities.
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´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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