Transforming India 2030 towards Gender Equality: Women and Sustainable Development Goal
The State of Gender Equality – #GenderGaps with Prof Jyoti Chandiramani on Transforming India 2030 towards Gender Equality: Women and Sustainable Development Goal.
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The State of Gender Equality – #GenderGaps
Prof Jyoti Chandiramani, Director, Symbiosis School of Economics; Dean, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Prof Jyoti Chandiramani has more than 35 years of experience in teaching and research. She is presently the Director of Symbiosis School of Economics and the Dean Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the Symbiosis International University, Pune – India. She teaches Urban Economic Development, Urban Mobility, Trade, Aid & Development, and International Organization and Regional Cooperation at the Masters level.
In 2007, Prof Jyoti was awarded a short-term scholarship at the University of DePauw, Indianapolis –to study Liberal Arts Education. In 2013, she was a part of the Indian delegation to Pakistan (Lahore) for the Tenth South Asian Economic Students Meet (SAESM), and in 2015. Recently, she was invited to the 5th ASEM Rectors’ Conference and as a Mentor for the Students’ Forum (ARC5, organized by Charles University in Prague and the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) at Prague in 2016. She was invited to visit Macquarie University to present research work and as visiting faculty in May 2018
Besides writing a couple of textbooks, she has jointly edited a book with Ramanath Jha on ‘Perspectives in Urban Development: Issues in Infrastructure, Planning, and Governance.’ Her areas of research interest in urban include Urban Infrastructure, Urban Transport, Urban Poverty and she is presently working on Pune centric cases. Besides, she keenly studies and follows trends in International Development Cooperation – from the MDGs to the SDGs. She has more than 8 PhD students/ scholars working under her guidance. She has undertaken various research projects and consultancy in collaboration with NABARD, ITDP, Sulochana Thapar Foundation and with reputed think tanks in India.
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