Under the Sustainable Urban Development - Smart Cities (SUD-SC) Project, GIZ India and ICRIER New Delhi have entered into a grant agreement with an objective to contribute in the knowledge domain of affordable housing, which focuses on two aspects. Part-I titled “Decoding Private Informal Housing Market” caters to the supply side of affordable housing for the urban poor. Under this, it is envisaged to build knowledge on the functioning and traits of the small/petty builders and other stakeholders operating in the informal private housing market. Part-II titled “Alternatives to Individual Property Rights in the Informal Settlements/Slums” focuses on various tenure models and alternative approaches for affordable housing from India and around the globe. This part intends to provide alternative to Individual Property Rights and its linkages with the existing spatial planning regime. The selected cities are Kochi and Bhubaneswar.
The field work for this project is being carried out by Research & Analysis Consultants (RAC) Bhubaneswar. In this regard, two RAs are to be hired for supporting the field activities in Bhubaneswar. It is expected that these RAs would work in close collaboration with the core team of ICRIER.
The RAs will be hired for a period of three months.
The entire process would be steered by RAC, Bhubaneswar. The RAs shall work in close co-ordination with Dr. Saroj Mania (Director, RAC). All communication related to the contract are to be addressed to the abovementioned personnel.
Last date of application: 14th April 2021
Interested candidates may send their CV along with a cover letter explaining their suitability for the role to firstname.lastname@example.org. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an online interview round, jointly conducted by RAC and ICRIER.
Research & Analysis Consultants (RAC)
Plot 216/A, Sahid Nagar, Bhubaneswar-751007
Ph: 9040074709 / 8895553602
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