Generation Alpha Data Centre
About the Centre
IMPRI Generation Alpha Data Centre South Asia, established in 2020 strives to be a comprehensive and dynamic platform for complete data solutions, resources, and analytics. Its services aim to provide facts and figures on a wide range of socio-economic issues by analysing both official and unofficial data leading to decision making and policy formulation at the micro and macro levels.
Generation Alpha (born between 2010 and 2024), the cohort to succeed Gen Z (born between 1995 and 2009), is one to take life in an intensely dynamic world, where data is the next big resource, and digital technology is inextricable. Our eponymous data center is a part of this generation, where it is increasingly important to collate and organize real-time developments in the form of evaluable data.
The Centre’s flagship event is the #WebPolicyTalk series, The State of Statistics – #DataDiscourses.
Gen Alpha DC aims to serve as:
- A comprehensive repository of data and its sources on a vast range of topics for India and South Asia and their sub-regions, with an emphasis on integrated databases and real-time information;
- A provider of high-quality and cost-effective data solutions including primary and secondary data collection, statistical analysis, visualisation and presentation, and;
- A forum for dissemination and discussion of perspectives and recommendations on pressing issues in the realm of data measurement and official and non-official statistics, locally and globally – with an emphasis on India and South Asia.
With an extensive network of policymakers, academics, researchers and civil society, in India and South Asia, Gen Alpha DC is on track to emerge as a space of rigour and diversity, with far-reaching dissemination and impact.
The State of Statistics – #DataDiscourses
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