Following his MSc in post-harvest technologies, Srikanth joined TATA-AIG Life Assurance Company who partners with Non-Government Organisations that work with the poor. He was involved in building the capabilities of small and marginal farmer groups, farm laborers and providing cover under micro-insurance schemes.
Srikanth has recently joined the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics as a scientist in the field of digital agriculture, particularly focusing on the theme ‘Innovation Systems for the Drylands’.
Srikanth followed his Marshal Papworth MSc at Writtle University College with a PhD in post-harvest technologies from Massey University, New Zealand.
Shakeb is currently working for CARE India in the Tsunami Response Program, looking after a project called Education for Livelihoods that is being implemented on a pilot basis across two states ie Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.
Grace is now in New Delhi and is carrying on her work for TERI (The Energy and Resources Institute), a forestry organisation in that area. She is an Associate and is working on issues related to community forestry and medicinal plants.
Initially Dharminder worked as a Team Leader in a World Bank aided Integrated Watershed Development Project. He is now Director of Chhatbir Zoo near Chandigarh, Punjab, India.
Girija returned home to work as a Technical Officer for a national firm producing micronutrient fertilisers. She gained her PhD in New Zealand, looking at the ‘sustainability of organic horticultural systems’. She developed a framework to evaluate the sustainability of a horticultural system and applied that to study organic horticultural systems.
Dipti continues to work in a sugar mill where she is responsible for the training and the co-ordination of management.
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