pari-3Dr. Prasad is the founder Chairman of Parliamentary and Administrative Research Institute (PARI) in New Delhi. He has worked in different capacities in Rajya Sabha Secretariat for over 23 years. He has a vast experience in parliamentary procedures. He took VRS from his service in 2017 and founded PARI with a view to impart training to officers of the government, PSEs and Autonomous bodies under the central government. He has done M.A., M Phil and Ph.D. from the School of International Studies, Centre for International Politics, Organisation and Disarmament, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Dr Prasad delivers lectures on Public Policy and Public Health Policy including Mental Health Systems Development and also on Ethics and Good Governance.


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