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Participatory Governance Research Group

The PGRG forms one of the four important domains of PAC. The niche until recently was in providing user perspectives on service delivery...

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Citizen Action Support Group

Citizen Action Support Group converts the research at PAC into sustainable action, facilitating conversations with different governing...

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Environmental Governance Group

The Environmental Governance Group in PAC was established in 2010 with a mandate to “address the governance issues in environment and...

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Public Policy Research Group

Public Policy and Research Group (PPRG) conducts academic and/or professional research into policy relevant issues in order to influence...

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The State of India’s Public Services – Benchmarks for the New Millenium

At the dawn of the 21st century, PAC carried out a national study covering all the states of India to assess the condition of its public...

Analysis of Suo-moto declaration of Section 4.1. b, 4.1.c and 4.1.d of the RTI

PAC carried out an analysis of Suo-moto declaration of Section 4.1. b, 4.1.c and 4.1.d of the RTI on the websites of 5 public authorities...

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State of Karnataka’s Cities – Press Release

In a pioneering study of 15 cities in Karnataka, Public Affairs Centre has drawn attention to the unbalanced pattern of urban development...

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North-South Project

The Economic Times, Bangalore, May 7, 2013: Quality of governance results in southern states surging ahead Quality of governance and better...

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THE BURDEN OF LEADERSHIP

THE BURDEN OF LEADERSHIP C.K. Mathew IAS (Retd) 17-07-2015 I suppose there are many brilliant quotations on leadership; for it is indeed a...

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Growth Matters: But Humans first

The year is 1949. Tensions had mounted between the Soviet Union and the United States of America. The US economy was shifting from a war...

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