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 poverty/ hunger-free World in years ahead. I got exciting consulting opportunity with the World Bank, United Nations Development Programme and the Government of India, immediately after my Ph.D. I joined back academia to pursue my research interest, particularly in the area of education and labor market.
I am working to use machine learning, AI and deep learning to solve information asymmetry problems in the domain of education/ labor market and other prominent problems faced by the policy makers in day to day basis. I am also continuing my research with Government Dataset (mainly Nantional Sample Survey) in the area of vocational/ technical education and skill development in India.
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)
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)
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)
India: Preparation for the World of Work by Ahmed T. 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 331-334 (2016)
India: Science & Technology (vol.3) by Ahmed T. Decline of formal vocationally trained manpower in India during past decade- an explo- ratory analysis - (2014)
Capacity Building in Indian education by Ahmed T., Chaudhury A. , Han M. Commodity Vision 4 14-22 (2010)
Area of Research: Happy workspaces