N. K. Singh

N. K. Singh

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N. K. Singh is 80 years old elected from as Rajyasabha member. He is a member of .

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Joined the Indian Administrative Service in Bihar Cadre, 1964
International Responsibilities : India's lead negotiator in discussions with International Financial Institutions during 1991 economic crisis
Key contributor to subsequent economic liberalisation framework
Chairman, (i) Global Environment Facility (GEF), 1994 and (ii) United Nations High Level Expert Group on Drugs and Narcotics, 1998
Vice- Chairman-cum-Rapporteur, Preparatory Committee for the Special Session of the UN Conference on Drugs and Narcotics, 1997
Coordinator, World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) Advisory Group on Privatisation and Strategic Issues, 1999 -2001
Regular Panelist and Faculty Member, World Economic Forum since 1998
Member, (i) Indian Delegation to Annual and Spring Meetings of World Bank, IMF, 1991- 95, (ii) Core Group for negotiations in Global Environment Facility,1993-94, (iii) United Nations Global Commission on International Migration(GCIM), January 2004 - December 2006 and (iv) Foundation Board, Forum of Young Global Leaders, World Economic Forum
Leader, Indian Delegation to Asian Development Bank Annual Meetings, 1991 - 95
Participated in meetings of the Aid India Consortium/India Development Forum, 1991 - 95
Academic Background: Chairman, Management Development Institute (MDI), 2004-2010
Senior Short Term Visiting Fellow, Center for Research on Economic Development and Policy Reform (CREDPR), Stanford University
Member, (i) India Advisory Board, Columbia University, (ii) Governing Board, Nalanda International University since 2007, (iii) Board of Trustees, Aspen India and (iv) Indian Parliamentary Delegation, UN General Assembly
Co-Chairman, India Advisory Board, London School of Economics
Board Member, (i) Indian Council for Research and International Economic Relations, (ii) International Management Institute and (iii) Observer Research Foundation
Vice Chairman, (i) India-China Parliamentary Friendship Association and (ii) Indo-Bhutan Parliamentary Friendship Association
Guest Lecturer, Stanford University, INSEAD, Brookings Institution and various universities in Japan and Singapore
former Professor of Economics, St. Stephen?s College, University of Delhi
Papers presented on : (i) ?Eastern Quagmire?- An analytical paper on the eastern states of India since Independence, (ii) ?Tourism-An Acceptable Facet of Globalisation?, (iii) ?India?s Economic Reform: A Balance Sheet? (with T.N. Srinivasan,Yale University), Stanford University, June 2003, (iv) ?Stanford Perceptions? (with T.N.Srinivasan), Stanford University, June 2003, (v) ?Will Asia?s New Dynamics Revise the Asian Dynamo??, presented at the World Economic Forum, Davos, January 2004, (vi) ?Will China or India become Asia?s Economic Power?, presented at the World Economic Forum, Davos, January 2004, (vii) ?Why Some Economies Bounce Back More Quickly than Others?, presented at the World Economic Forum, Davos, January 2004, (viii) ?Adjusting to a World With a New Centre of Gravity?, presented at the World Economic Forum, Davos, January 2004 and (ix) ?Some Light at the End of the Tunnel-Ingredients of Power Sector Reforms? (Joint Paper by N.K.Singh and Jessica Wallack), presented at the Stanford University Conference, June 2004
Keynote speech on (i) ?India: The Third Power Center in Asia?, at the French Senate, November, 2003, (ii) ?Indian Economy - Four Drivers and an Accelerator? at the French Senate, November, 2003 and (iii) ?Indo-Japanese Partnership - A New Beginning? at the International Symposium in Japanese Parliament, December, 2003
Father's NameLate Shri T.P. Singh
Mother's NameLate Shrimati Madhuri Singh
AssetsMore than 2 Crore(s)
EducationM.A. (Economics) Educated at St. Stephen's College, University of Delhi and Delhi School of Economics, Delhi
Permanent AddressTribhuvan Madhuri Nivas, (Shekhpura House), Shekhpura, Thana-Shastri Nagar, Bailey Road, Patna - 800014
Telephone : {0612} 2291870, Mobile: 09431800072
Communication Address7, South Avenue, New Delhi - 110011
Telephone : 26143737, 23794565, Mobile: 9868181395
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