About the Fellowship
The Konark Policy Fellowship is a transformational initiative, designed to engage dynamic and motivated professionals in the development of the state of Odisha, through the use of evidence-based interventions in public policy.
The program aims to improve policy formulation and implementation through continuous research and enhance state governance. The fellowship is open to candidates with a minimum of 10 years of full-time work experience and is part of the Legislative Support Program at the Bharti Institute of Public Policy at the Indian School of Business, which is dedicated to advancing public policy through education, research, and engagement.
The Bharti Institute aims to influence public policy through the provision of innovative education, research, and engagement. This initiative builds upon the institute’s commitment to evidence-based policies and its expertise in capacity-building support for public policy leaders, government officials, private corporations, and the developmental sector.
No. of Positions
Rs. 21 lakhs per annum (including TA, DA and HRA)
As a part of the empowered cohort, leads or provides major inputs in evidence-based policy research, including but not restricted to service delivery, policy implementation, and programme effectiveness.
Leads or participates extensively in the identification of new or emerging trends in governance, public administration, and development policies.
Conceives, plans and manages expert group meetings, review seminars, and similar consultations to improve governance outcomes.
Strategizes the social media strategy to ensure appropriate outreach. •
Plans, designs, supervises and undertakes substantive analysis for high-level discussion; Prepares high-level briefing notes and insights for senior staff.
Prepares and finalizes sectoral and/or regional analysis on selected topics.
Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent, PhD desirable) in Public Policy, Public Administration, Administrative Science, Development administration/management, political science, management science or a related field.
Incumbents must have a demonstrated record of service and a flare for data and evidence-driven policy analysis.
A minimum of 10 years of full-time experience in research and policy analysis in the relevant field of work is required.
Evidence of writing and publishing in the areas of public policy and public management is required.
Experience in working with government, parliament, legislature, or international organizations in policymaking is desirable; supervisory and management experience is essential.
How to Apply?
Interested candidates may submit their applications through the links provided at the end of this post.
January 20, 2023.
For any queries, please write to BIPP@isb.edu
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