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Cv ananyo


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M.Sc in Development, Policy, Planning and Practice from Tata Institute of Social Sciences with strong research and organizational skills developed through long experiences of social activism and extensive fieldwork.

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  1. 1. ANANYO MUKHERJEE Mobile: 09423559804/ 09434947412 E-Mail: / M.Sc. in Development Policy, Planning & Practice from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Tuljapur, with strong research & organisational skills developed through long experiences of social activism and extensive fieldwork Synopsis  M.Sc. in Development Policy, Planning & Practice (DPPP) from TISS, Tuljapur  A qualified B.Tech. (Electrical Engineer) from West Bengal University of Technology, Kolkata with a total of 2 years and 6 months of work experience  Acquired knowledge and understanding of subjects through various academic curriculums and especially through fieldwork.  Developed analytical ability through social activism.  Endowed with passion for winning as evinced through demonstrated excellence in academic areas.  A highly adaptable & hard working individual with sound organisational skills. Educational Credentials 2015 Scored 81% [8.1/10 YGPA] in the first year of MA/M.Sc in DPPP from TISS, Tuljapur; Institute Gold Medalist for Best Student, 2014-16 2010 B.Tech. (Electrical Engineering) from St. Thomas College of Engineering & Technology, Kolkata (West Bengal University of Technology). Scored 7.03/10 (CGPA). 2006 XII from Siliguri Boys High School, Siliguri (W.B.C.H.S.E.). Scored 84.7%. 2003 X from Mc. William High School for boys, Alipurduar (W.B.S.E.). Scored 94.7%; stood 14th in the state. Fieldwork Rural study: Study of Status of Development and Livelihood at Belda G.P in Maharastra Work done: 1) Making of village status report; 2) Formulating sustainable village development plan; 3) Overall survey through focus group discussion; 4) Case study: Study of project affected villages and resettlement Duration: 30 days; Organization: Bright Rural Development Society, Maharastra Urban study: Study of Urban Poverty and Livelihood Issues in Slums of Kolkata (Basanty Colony & Nonadanga) Work done: 1) Comparative analysis of registered and un-registered slums; 2) Process of urbanization and status of poverty; 3) Vulnerability mapping; 4) Analysis of eviction and resettlement though govt. programs; 5) Household survey. Duration: 30 days; Organization: Nagarik Mancha & Mazdoor Kranti Parishad Urban study: Study of Approaches of Urbanization in India and Role of Para-statal Government Agencies in Urbanization Work Done: 1) Understanding processes of urban planning; 2) Understanding prevalent approaches of urbanization to address the conflicts of urban space; 3) Situational analysis and constructing Project Planning Matrix 4) Household survey Duration: 30 days; Organization: Siliguri Jalpaiguri Development Authority, Govt. of West Bengal
  2. 2. Internship Situational Analysis of Livelihood Issues and Demands of Tea-plantation Workers of Dooars Organization: Action Aid Association, Kolkata Regional office Duration: 30 days Dissertation Topic: Agrarian Production Relations in Post-reform West Bengal: Petty Production & Governmentality Area of study: Jalpaiguri & Coochbehar district, West Bengal Major Academic assignments Term papers:  ‘Brief overview of ‘Mode of Production Debate’ in India’  ‘Impact of Globalization on Agriculture and Rural Local Governance in India’  ‘Neo-liberal Urbanization: Review of JnNURM with case study of Kolkata’  ‘National Urban Street Vendor Policy: Political Economic Analysis of Sectors & Policy Arenas: Analysis of Fund Allocations and Implementation of JnNURM’  ‘Gorkhaland Movement: Demands, Policy Responses & Impact’  ‘Role of Para-statal Development Agencies in Urbanization: Experience of SJDA’ Article review: ‘The process of Commercialization under Colonial Conditions in India’ by Utsa Patnaik Articles written outside curriculum  ‘Challenges of Self-determination Movement in Cotemporary Capitalism: Case Study Gorkhaland’, published in Towards A New Dawn, a bi-monthly journal published from Kolkata  ‘The Manchurian Candidates of Education: a Tale of Privatization’, do  ‘Glimpses of North-Bengal: Uncovering the Hidden Agony of the Region’, do Work Experience  Presently working with Ekjut India as District Coordinator in Right to City Project (Urban poverty & Homelessness), Dhanbad  Consultant engineer in Mitra Technologies, Siliguri ; Duration: 12 months  Site engineer in Venus Engineering Works, Kolkata; Duration: 12months  Sub-editor in The Echo of India, Siliguri; Duration: 6 months Extra-Curricular Activities  Took part in various socio-economic movements such as Singur, Nandigrum anti-eviction movement as well as Tea-Workers movement in Siliguri, West Bengal  Took active role as a rights activist and was associated with various NGO’s & enthusiastically worked for the social cause: Nonadanga Slum Development and anti-eviction movement.  Actively participating in publication of socio-political little magazines in North Bengal & working as a editorial board member of a bi-monthly socio-economic journal published from Kolkata since 2010.  Organizer of ‘Samvaad’, the debate platform of Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Tuljapur Academic Attainments  Honoured with Institute Gold Medal for Best Student’14-’16 by Tata Institute of Social Sciences  Honoured with Best Research Project’14-’16 & Best Student for Field Work by Tata Institute of Social Sciences  Honoured with the award for the Best Student of the Year for MA/MSc in DPPP, 2014-15 TISS Tuljapur  Honoured with the Meritorious Student Award in 2006.  Bagged the Best Student Award for academic excellence in 2003 at Mc.William High School, Lions Club & SFI.  Awarded the Young Scientist Award for a Science Competition in 2003 at Alipurduar Sub-Division Personal Dossier Date of Birth : 25th July, 1987 Address : S/o, Dr. Asim Kumar Mukherjee, 17-Saktigarh Colony, P.O.- Siliguri Bazar, Dist- Darjeeling, Pin-734005, West Bengal Linguistic Abilities : English, Hindi & Bengali