I am Ranjula from Jharkhand, India: the comparatively new state that I was brought up in has struggled with respect to resources, tribal identity, caste division, gender discrimination and other political-economic problems. Growing up, I developed a sense of understanding, empathy and passion for these issues.
My academic and professional experience in the field of Political Science and Economics, have always pushed me to dwell in the daunting challenges that the government and the society of today’s era face. And to no surprise, it has always brought me closer to the answer that no prosperity, no success, no trade deal, no policy, or no law is complete without facilitating peace on the planet.
I studied BA Programme at Lady Shri Ram College for Women, University of Delhi and pursued Masters in International Political Economy at London School of Economics and Political Science. I enjoy being around people and have headed student council at all the educational institutions that I have been a part of. Currently, I work as a researcher with a Member of Parliament.
I feel privileged and fortunate to have received education from the best institute of the country and the world. I say privileged because I am aware of the fact on illiteracy, school dropouts, and child labor. This makes me strongly compassionate towards the education sector. I plan to contribute in the field of bureaucracy and academia to improve the education sector in India and abroad.