Early Life of Reetika Khera
Reetika Khera has pursued Ph.D from Delhi School of Economics and was one of the students of Jean Dreze who is a famous social activist and economist. She also studied M.A. from Delhi School of Economics and studied in Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex (M.Phil.). At the Princeton University, she worked as a post-doctoral Research Associate, and her chief field of research was child nutrition. Reetika Khera was a visitor at Planning Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi, at GB Pant Social Science Institute, Allahabad, Delhi School of Economics and Centre for Development Economics.
Works of Reetika Khera
Reetika Khera had performed a primary study in as many as eight villages located in Rajasthan, for the purpose of her Ph.D. This thesis concentrated on the effectualness of public interferences in order to prevent the terrible famines which comprised the public distribution system and relief works. From that time onwards Reetika Khera has been actively involved in numerable social audits, surveys and other kinds of field actions throughout India. Her research works also included 'research for action' which was associated with Public Distribution System and National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA). One of her major research works is the 'Group Measurement' of NREGA work, which is a part of the 'Jalore Experiment'.
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