PRS envisions strengthening India’s democracy by making legislatures more effective. Over the last 17 years, PRS Legislative Research has been tracking legislatures and providing non-partisan research to legislators. It seeks to provide information on the work of MPs and that of Parliament to citizens in accessible formats.
Jayraj Pandya, Alumnus BCom Programme, Class of 2012; Manager, LAMP Fellowship, PRS Legislative Research
Tushar Chakrabarty, Analyst, PRS Legislative Research
Date: October 15, 2022
Time: 11 AM – 2:30 PM