“My vision for SRM AP is an inter-disciplinary environment that stimulates active, engaged learning and cutting edge research. We challenge our students to think critically and creatively, communicate clearly, and develop into thoughtful global citizens and leaders. Learning through discovery and interaction is more powerful and enduring than listening passively to lectures. We seek to equip our students with the cognitive tools to adapt to and seize opportunities offered by a rapidly changing world. Most of all, we stand apart with a network of associations with esteemed institutions around the world, so that students and make their mark in a connected world.”
1999 - 2002: Graduate Teaching Assistantship from University of Missouri-USA
American Economic Association
Royal Economic Society
“How Much Does Having a Bank Account Help the Poor?” Gitanjali Sen* and Sankar De. The Journal of Development Studies, Sep. DOI: 1080/00220388.2017.1355455 (2017)
“Access to Higher Education in India: an Exploration of its Antecedents.” Rakesh Basant and Gitanjali Sen*. Economic and Political Weekly, December 20, (2014)
“Parental Education as a Criterion for Affirmative Action in Higher Education,” Rakesh Basant and Gitanjali Sen*, World Development, Elsevier publications, December, (2014).
“Affirmative action in Higher Education: Insights from Recent Empirical Research,” Rakesh Basant and Gitanjali Sen. ORF Issue Brief No. 49, New Delhi, (2012).
“Who Participates in Higher Education in India? Rethinking the Role of Affirmative Action,” Rakesh Basant and Gitanjali Sen. Higher Education: A Reader, edited by Jandhyala B G Tilak, EPW and Orient BlackSwan, part of a UGC- funded project on social sciences, ISBN: 978-81-250-5131-2, (2013).
“In Search of Fair Grades,” The Financial Express, Rakesh Basant and Gitanjali Sen, 11 December (2010).
“Who Participates in Higher Education in India? Rethinking the Role of Affirmative Action,” Rakesh Basant and Gitanjali Sen. Economic and Political Weekly, 45(39), Sep (2010).
“Trade and FDI Related Reforms in the States,” Gitanjali Sen*, Academic Foundation, Delhi, May, ISBN: 9788171888252, (2009).
“ICR/OMR Technology – Bettering Lives.” Gitanjali Sen*, T. Gering, S Ramakrishnan, Published by i4d- the monthly magazine for ICT4D, December (2006).
“The Luxury of Not Working: Considering the Effects of Poverty and Schooling Returns on Child Labor in Vietnam.”Gitanjali Dutta, Thesis: University of Missouri, Columbia, USA, Dec, (2002).
Quota-based Affirmative Action in Higher Education: The Impact on Other Backward Classes in India (with Rakesh Basant), submitted.
Benefits of Integrated Child Development Services: Later Life Evidence (with Gaurav Dhamija), submitted.
Lasting impact on health through the lenses of severity in earthquake (with Gaurav Dhamija).
Impact of RTE on quality of education (an ASER project).
Skill mis-matches and intergenerational persistence (with Gaurav Dhamija).
Impact of Conditional Cash Transfer (with Chandan Jain)