, Hyderabad campus
MA (Sociology), University of Calcutta,MA (Sustainable Development), Staffordshire PhD, Tata Institute of Social Sciences
Dr Ipsita Sapra has been a development practitioner for more than a decade before moving into full-time academics in 2010. Ipsita has a PhD in Social Sciences from TISS, Mumbai and her work involved understanding the livelihoods of young persons with disabilities in rural India.
Ipsita is a recipient of Commonwealth and the British Chevening Scholarships, United Kingdom.
Ipsita is the Faculty Coordinator, Research and Development at TISS, Hyderabad
Ipsita has written more than 200 blog articles on developmental issues.
Disability, Conditional Cash Transfer Programmes
Sapra I (2016) Women and Men at Work: Livelihood experiences of Persons with Disabilities in Rural West Bengal in Interrogating Disability, Springer In Press
Sapra I (2016) Incentives Programmes for Girl Children in India Global: Experiences, Local Reflections in Women, Power and Politics, Sage Publications (accepted) Sapra I (2016) Entitlements, Conflict and Development: A Thematic Introduction in Scripting Change, PMRDF Experiences, Orient Blackswan (Under Review)
Sapra I (2014) Unlocking Potential, Development and Cooperation (D+C), Germany available at http://www.dandc.eu/en/article/private-sector-companies-india-realise-benefits-employing-persons-disabilities
Sapra I (2013), Rural Democracy: Living in Rural India Development and Cooperation (D+C), Germany available at http://www.dandc.eu/en/article/after-25-years-elected-village-councils-india-democracy-still-needs-be-deepened
Sapra I (2013), â€˜Social protection: Not for Everyoneâ€™, Development and Cooperation (D+C), Germany available at http://www.dandc.eu/en/article/india-must-do-much-more-provide- social-protection-all-its-people
Sapra I (2012), â€˜No Voice: Disability and Rural Livelihoods in Indiaâ€™, Development and Cooperation (D+C), Germany available at http://www.dandc.eu/en/article/consequences-disability-india
Sapra I (2013), Rough patch for anti-graft movement, Development and Cooperation (D+C), Germany available at http://www.dandc.eu/en/article/indias-anti-corruption-activists-need-reconsider-strategy
Sapra I (2016) Flying High: Ecological consequences of the Life and Work styles of the elite professional middle class in India (Accepted for Sustainability Summit organized by Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar)
Sapra I (2013) New Act, old Woes, â€˜Unaddressed livelihood Concerns of the PWD in the proposed new Actâ€™ in Social Exclusion and Rights of Persons with Disability, National law School of India University publication
Sapra I (2011) â€˜Livelihoods for the youth with Disabilitiesâ€™ in Youth and Rural India, National Council for Rural Initiatives (NCRI), Global Research Publishers
Sapra I (2011), A Case for Case Studies, esocialsciences, available at http://www.esocialsciences.org/Articles/ShowArticle.aspx?acat=eSSays&aid=4526
Sapra I (2015) TISS - PMRDF Working paper : Tracing contours of Left Wing Extremism in Andhra Pradesh
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