Study Reports

Over time PPRC has also conducted rigourous studies on several public policy issues. Most of them were secondary studies, including a few primary research studies as well. With these studies, PPRC has also contributed policy recommendations, suggestions and framework endeavouring to bridge the existing policy gaps.  These studies include:

1. Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana: A Study on Implementation of the Most Illustrious Crop Insurance Programme in the World

Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana: A Study on Implementation of the Most Illustrious Crop Insurance Programme in the World

(June - 2018)


2. Pradhan Mantri MUDRA Yojana: An impact assessment study in Delhi NCT

Pradhan Mantri MUDRA Yojana: An impact assessment study in Delhi NCT

(June - 2018)


3. Beti Bachao Beti Padhao – Haryana Model of Fighting Female Foeticide

Beti Bachao Beti Padhao – Haryana Model of Fighting Female Foeticide- A Case Study of Jhajjar, Sonepat and Kurukshetra (2014-17)

(August - 2017)

4. "BHARAT UTTHAN भारत उत्थान" AGRICULTURE AND FARMER’ S WELFARE - Review of Major Initiatives And Measures in Agriculture and Farmer’s Welfare By NDA Government

It is a matter of great pleasure to present this research report, rightly titled as Bharat Utthan. This report brings about a review of all the pro-farmer, pro-agriculture measures of the present NDA Government at the Centre and offers some thoughtful and practical suggestions/ recommendations at the end.

Farmers as a segment and agriculture as sector have been facing severe challenges mainly because of some fundamental flaws continuing for decades in the approaches of the policy makers. Sensitivity towards agonies and aspirations of the farmers, holistic approach in policy formulations and a robust implementation mechanism operated with requisite result orientation are the three basic elements that have been continue to be wanting. Happily, the NDA Government has shown that it has the political will to overcome these impediments. The Budget 2018-19 holds a mirror to this political will.

Here is the report, prepared by PPRC (Public Policy Research Centre) Team headed by Sanjay Panse, a Mumbai based researcher with an insight into Agro-economic issues, and his young research associates, under the guidance of Dr. Vinay Sahasrabuddhe, Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha) and Honorary Director, PPRC.

Please feel free to share your suggestions or feedback on this report at

5. Question of Media- Justice: Examining Objectivity and Non-partisan Character of Media while Covering Atrocities on SC (Dalit) and Minorities- A report of cases between 2015-16

March 2017

6. Making Villages Open Defecation Free : Issues in institutionalisation success

 By: Team PPRC 

7. Foundation for Providing Skills for Life and Livelihood through Elementary Education: Outline for Policy Framework.

By: Ms Khyati Srivastava (September 2015)

8. ‘Socio-Economic Development Policies for Manipur and Nagaland: Strategies for Strengthening the Policy Framework’

by Dnyanada Palkar (July 2015).

9. ‘Understanding Aspirations of Delhi’

by Khyati Srivastava (November 2014).

10. ‘Delhi Tangible Transformation Project Report’

by Dilip Karmakar and Team PPRC (February 2013).

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