The Bodhi Tree has a Board of Trustees comprising ordinary people charged with compassion and wisdom for translating the vision of the Trust into reality and thereby promoting common good by providing qualitative education and research. The Board meets twice every year to assess the organisation's overall achievements and gaps and provide strategic inputs for its future course of action.
The Board of Trustees of CID focuses on the strategic directions being taken by the organisation, its overall achievements and gaps, overall management of funds by the organisation, strength and capacity of its human resources, and policies for the working of the organisation.
Deptt of Economics,
Delhi College of Arts and Commerce,
Netaji Nagar, New Delhi
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University of Delhi
Ph.D(Pursuing): Centre for Informal Sector and labour Economics, SSS/JNU
M.Phil : University of Delhi
M A : JNU, New Delhi.
For past many years, Mr Bir Singh is deeply engaged in action research on issues of local economy such as village economy, rural-urban migration, unemployment, human development etc. He believes that effective delivery of public goods such as quality education and health facilities on large scale for long run can enhance strength of local economy. Human resources has to be given due importance for accelerating economic growth and achieving high levels of economic development in the country. However, such a lofty dream can be realized provided educational institutions are instilled with new vision of people centric curriculum of education right from the elementary education. In his college, he has launched a platform-Friday School of Economics- serving as student-society interface where students are encouraged to think beyond textbook knowledge (https://www.facebook.com/FSE.DCAC). He believes that it is high time that our young minds and the future citizens are made to understand their role for creating an economically strong, indigenously vibrant, technologically robust economy, and humane society.
Macroeconomics, Issues of Globalisation, Development Economics, Econometrics, Public Economics, Labour Economics