Uttar Pradesh, the largest state in India, is also one of the most important states in the country. The state not only impacts national economy and politics but also has international overtures due to its culture, demographics and geography. Analyzing the situation in Uttar Pradesh, this book does not limit its scope to just what needs to be done but goes on to the next level of how it needs to be done. The book has prioritized some key areas of reforms and suggests models to trigger large-scale reforms in the state. It has also incorporated ideas from some of the most experienced officers who have served U.P. in the past, academics who have deep understanding of the state, and politicians of national and regional parties who have worked closely with the people of the state.
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About the Author
Johri Saurabh is program advisor at the Observer Research Foundation. He has worked at global consulting firms and NGOs for nearly 12 years, has worked with Mckinsey and PwC in the domains of public education, healthcare, rural development, and public finance, and has also served the Joint Review Mission for Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan as a World Bank representative. He coauthored the education chapter of the Human Development Report of Delhi.