By Outline India
14 Aug, 2017

Aadhaar : It's not black or white

While most respondents have Aadhaar cards, their motivations to obtain it and their concerns around it vary greatly based on their demographic profile.

By Samayita Ghosh
26 Jan, 2017

Understanding the journey of data from the eyes of a practitioner

Monitoring the effects of investment in an economy has historically been the cornerstone of good governance wherein the approaches correspond to the concurrents of a political economy. This paper is a methodological attempt to understand the evolvement of social research at the confluence of technology and human capital and the processes of knowledge-production that feeds in...

By Samayita Ghosh, Khushdeep Malhotra, Nishmeet Singh and Aashay Tripathi
15 Apr, 2016

Gross Happiness Index (GHI)

This papers seeks to establish a baseline for subjective well-being assessing the level of happiness, optimism and satisfaction among residents within two structurally varying urban contexts. Correlation have been drawn with demographical attributes and conventional socioeconomic parameters such as income, religion and caste. The locations representing a metropolitan and a t...

Organ India's report in collaboration with Outline India
10 Aug, 2015

A study of the deceased organ donation environment in Delhi/NCR

Organ donation has been slow to take off in India. In the northern states the pace has been disturbingly sluggish. More alarming is the glaring absence of any attempts to understand the reasons behind this failure. Research is little. Documents and data which highlight the problem are scarce. Recognising these dire circumstances, ORGAN India, an initiative of the Parash...

By Nishmeet Singh and Aashay Tripathi
15 Nov, 2016

Unveiling reasons for farmers suicide in India

Farmer suicides have been a wrenching and contentious issue in India. The report of the 70th round of the National Sample Survey highlighted that rural India has an estimated 90.2 million agricultural households, which were roughly 58% of the total estimated rural households of the country.

WaterAid India's report in collaboration with Outline India
15 Dec, 2016

Evaluation study to assess the performance of five above average states sanitation coverage

The Government of India made sanitation and hygiene a priority with various campaigns that were launched across the country in the early 1990s. Today, the issue of sanitation has been revived with much vigor under the Swacch Bharat Abhiyan, an initiative of the Central Government.


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