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I left my industry job post my Engineering and I pursued my Ph.D. in Public Policy and Management with a desire to bring positive changes to the World, essentially to see a hunger-free World in years ahead. I believed that education to labor market transition and the choices made along the way play an instrumental role in determining one?s standard of living. I choose education and labor market coordination as my topic of Ph.D.
I was mostly focused on academic publication during my Ph.D. Consequently, I was fortunate to have an amazing exposure of working with the World Bank, the United Nations and with the Government of India. I had the responsibility of advising policymakers at the highest level.
My experiences taught me that the domain of Public Policy is in dire need of technological intervention, particularly to build an end to end feedback mechanism in different fields. At present, at IIT Kharagpur, I am working to develop/ apply certain technologies to facilitate the end to end feedback mechanism.
Following are the projects I am currently working on ? i) Mapping poverty using household level images ii) Learning outcome-based education system iii) feedback driven recruitment system iv) mechanism for employment forecasting etc. Simultaneously, I am working on several research works using the National Sample Survey and other Government datasets. My interest in Government data lies in the insight that we can obtain from these datasets using suitable technologies. Unfortunately, most of the Government datasets are yet to be utilized to their true potential.
I see an end to end system building can significantly alter the problems of poverty, hunger, lack of education/ employment etc.
Labor Market Analysis Using Big Data: A Case of A Pakistani Online Job Portal by Matsuda N., Ahmed T. , Nomura S. World Bank Working Paper Series - (2019)
Employment Growth/ Skill Requirement Estimation in India: A Non-Traditional Approach by Ahmed T. Australian Journal of Labor Economics, 21.3 (2019) - (2018)
Labor Market Outcome for Formal Vocational Education and Training in India: Safety Net and Beyond by Ahmed T. IIMB Mgt. Review 28 98-110 (2016)
Return to General Education and Vocational Education & Training in Indian context: Policy implications by Ahmed T., Chattopadhyay R. International Journal of Educational Management 30 370-385 (2016)
Socio-Economic Impact of VET: Are Students Interested in Joining Vocational Educa- tion and Training in India In the context of Skilling Mission in India by Ahmed T. India: Preparation for the World of Work 331-334 (2016)
U Shaped Curve for Job Search duration and Level of Education in India by Ahmed T. Indian Journal of Labor Economics 58 433-449 (2015)
Capacity Building in Indian education by Ahmed T., Chaudhury A. , Han M. Commodity Vision 4 14-22 (2010)
Decline of formal vocationally trained manpower in India during past decade- an explo- ratory analysis by Ahmed T. India: Science & Technology (vol.3) - (2014)
valuating an Institutional Shift in the Training Landscape of India: Application of Quasi-Experimental Methodology by Ahmed T. Conference/Seminar/Symposium/Workshop/Congress Evaluating an Institutional Shift in the Training Landscape of India: Application of Quasi-Experimental Methodology Ahmed T. 90th Annual Meeting of Southern Economic Association - (2020)
Employment & Skill Requirement Forecasting for Regional Labor Market in India: Methodology with Traditional and Non-traditional Data by Ahmed T. 2nd-idsc-of-iza-cais-workshop-matching-workers-and-jobs-online - (2019)
Identification of reusable economic indicators using enhanced satellite imagery and multi modal multi tasking deep learning method SPACE APPLICATIONS CENTRE, Indian Space Research Organization
Structural Utility of Migrant Labor Network: Analyzing COVID Disrupted Labor Market Network in the Informal Sector CISCO University Research Program Fund
Developing Toolkit for introducing Machine Learning in Econometric Research ISIRD, SRIC
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