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M.A. in Geography, (DDU Gorakhpur University),
M.Phil. & Ph.D. in Population Studies (Jawaharlal Nehru University,
Post-Doctorate (National Institute of Urban Affairs, New Delhi)
School of Public Policy and Governance
Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Hyderabad Off-Campus
1-117, Turkayamjal, Sagar Highway Road
Ranga Reddy Dist. Hyderabad-501510
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Dr. Arvind Pandey is an Assistant Professor at the School of Public Policy and Governance, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Hyderabad. He received his M. Phil., and Ph.D. from Centre for the Study of Regional Development, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
Before joining TISS, he was working as a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the National Institute of Urban Affairs (NIUA), New Delhi on a project- ‘Sustainable, Healthy, Learning Cities and Neighbourhoods (SHLC)’ which is managed by the GCRF Centre for Sustainable, Healthy and Learning Cities and Neighbourhoods, University of Glasgow. This project is part of an international consortium of nine research institutions of seven countries. During his three-year duration in NIUA, he has worked on several projects funded by UNICEF, UNDP, ICMPD, and ICLD. He was also part of the research team providing inputs for the National Urban Policy Framework (Draft) of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India.
He has worked for UNESCO-India as an Individual Consultant in 2016. He was also part of a team of Trans-Disciplinary Cluster in Jawaharlal Nehru University in which he has worked on two projects titled “Transformative Pathways to Sustainability: Learning across Disciplines, Contexts and Cultures” sponsored by International Social Science Council and “Urbanisation and Sustainability in the era of Globalisation: Emerging Scenarios in South-West National Capital Region” sponsored by University Programme for Excellence (UPE-II).
Dr. Arvind’s academic credentials include a scholarship to attend Population and Development Institute in 2014 from Brown International Advanced Research Institute (BIARI), Brown University, USA, a Gold Medal in the University for the first Rank in M.A., and a Senior Research Fellowship to conduct research in Population Studies from the University Grants Commission.
Dr. Arvind Pandey has an inter-disciplinary background with M. Phil. and Ph. D. from CSRD, JNU in Population Studies, and an extensive research experience at NIUA, India in Urbanization and Urban economics with a focus on migration and development. His Ph.D. thesis focuses on the status of social protection of migrants living in Jhuggi-Jhopri clusters (slums) in the National Capital Region of Delhi. His research interests are in the fields of urbanisation, migration social protection, and development economics. He has several papers in international/national peer-reviewed journals and book chapters in edited books by renowned publishers to his credit.
Chapters in Book:
Working Papers/Background Papers:
Kundu, Debolina & Pandey, Arvind (2021). Sustainable Urbanisation in India and Delhi: Challenges and Way Forward (Background Paper in 23rd ASEF Summer University, ASEF Education Department). Singapore: Asia-Europe Foundation. Retrieved from https://asef.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/ASEFSU23_Background-Paper_Sustainable-Urbanisation-in-India.pdf
Jha, Ajit & Pandey, Arvind (2020): Occupational and Employment Mobility among Migrant Workers: A Case Study of Slums of NCT of Delhi (ISID Working Paper No. 222). New Delhi: Institute for Studies in Industrial Development. Retrieved from http://isid.org.in/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/WP222.pdf.
Kundu, Debolina, Pandey, Arvind & Sharma, Pragya (2019): Making Cities Work: Policies and Programmes in India. New Delhi: National Institute of Urban Affairs. ISBN- 978-81-9413-480-0.
Sethi, Meera, Kundu, Debolina & Pandey, Arvind Kumar (2021). India-EU Migration and Mobility: Flows & Patterns. Austria: The International Centre for Migration Policy Development and the European Union. Retrieved from https://www.icmpd.org/file/ download/53696/file/ICMPD% 2520%25C2%25B7%2520India-EU% 2520Migration%2520and% 2520Mobility%2520Flows%2520% 2526%2520Patterns_ BaselineReport.pdf
Kundu, Debolina, Mishra, Rakesh, Kar, Biswajit, Debnath, Tania, Pandey, Arvind, Pandey, Varsha, Shukla, Ankita, & Rayhan, SK (2020): Children and Adolescents in Urban India: Scale and Nature of Deprivation- An Empirical Analysis. New Delhi: UNICEF-India & National Institute of Urban Affairs.
Kundu, Debolina, Muller, Andre, Binot, Regine, Ghatak, Aparajita, Keil, Lukas, Mondal, Biswajit, Pandey, Arvind, & Schmidt-Seiwert, Volker (2019): India and Europe/Germany: Spatial Structures and Trends. Bonn: Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs, and Spatial Development (BBSR).ISBN- 978-3-87994-150-6.
Pandey, Arvind Kumar (2014): Japanese Encephalitis in India: An Epidemiological Overview, In Chauhan, P.R. et al. (Eds.) Environment, Agriculture & Population Growth. New Delhi: R. K. Books, pp. 270-289. ISBN-93-82-847-11-3.
Kundu, Debolina & Pandey, Arvind (2021). [Review of the book Demanding development: The Politics of Public Goods Provision in India’s Urban Slums by Adam Michael Auerbach]. Environment & Urbanisation Asia, 12(2) 344–347.
Pandey, Arvind (2011). [Review of the book Seasonal Migration of Labour in Maharashtra by Neelamma Hari and Janarth Team AND Seasonal Rural Migration: Quality of Life at destination and Source- A Study of Sugarcane Cutter Migrants by Prashant Bansode]. Indian Journal of Labour Economics, 54(4), 755-758.
Social Protection in Select States of South India: Institutions, Processes and Outcomes, Supported by UNICEF, Hyderabad
M.A. Public Policy and Governance:
Urban Planning and Policies
Public Economics (shared with Dr. Amit Sadhukhan)
Data Analysis workshop
B.A. in Social Sciences:
Statistics for Social Sciences-I
M.A. Public Policy and Governance:
Urban Identities and Governance
Philosophy and Methods of Social Research-I
Reading Text and Research Writing
Data Analysis Workshop
B.A. in Social Sciences:
Statistics for Social Sciences-II