Dr. Suryakant Ratan Chaugule


The National Council of Applied Economic Research is India's oldest and largest independent economic think-tank, set up
in 1956 to inform policy choices for both governments and industry. For more than six decades, NCAER has served the
nation with its rich offering of applied policy research, unique data sets, evaluations and policy inputs to central and state governments, corporate
India, the media and informed citizens. It is one of a few think-tanks world-wide that combine rigorous analysis and policy outreach with deep data
collection capabilities, especially for large-scale household surveys.

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