Dr Alwyn Didar Singh is Secretary General, FICCI. He is a former civil servant who until recently served as the Secretary to Government of India in the Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs. Prior to this, he was Member (Finance), National Highways Authority of India, Department of Road Transport and Highways at New Delhi. He has also served as Joint Secretary with the Ministry of Heavy Industries and Ministry of Commerce (Foreign Trade). Read more

Dr Alwyn Didar Singh is Secretary General, FICCI. He is a former civil servant who until recently served as the Secretary to Government of India in the Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs. Prior to this, he was Member (Finance), National Highways Authority of India, Department of Road Transport and Highways at New Delhi. He has also served as Joint Secretary with the Ministry of Heavy Industries and Ministry of Commerce (Foreign Trade).

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Honorary Doctorate from Birmingham University

Honorary Doctarate from Birmigham University

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India – EU People Mobility

How mobility could be facilitated and managed through bilateral discussions between India and the EU

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ICT, Competitiveness and Trade Development

SMEs can and should develop intermediate strategies that can work around the gaps and find solutions

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International Trade in Health Services and The Gats: Current Issues And Debates

The risks and the opportunities due to the increasing openness in health services

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India’s success in the digital economy-Some lessons for the South

India’s success in the new digital economy serves as a beacon for the South

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Electronic Commerce: Issues of Policy and Strategy for India

Suggestions and recommendations for future strategy and policy agenda for e-commerce

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ICT Services: Developing Potential – Opportunities and Strategic Implications

Some of the intriguing and high-stakes questions facing players and strategy-makers in ICT

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Dimensions of Digital Networks for Developing Countries

Putting ‘e’ into competitiveness itself should therefore be an ‘e-vision’ for the developing world

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“…This is a remarkably well-written and informative book on Indian migration, a phenomenon that everyone is interested in, but one which is often plagued by absence of data, information and facts. But the book goes beyond data and probes the political economy….”Bibek Debroy

“…an important book on the politics of migration that deserves to be read widely because governments will not be able to control for too long what has always been a natural human phenomenon..’Sanjaya Baru, International Institute of Strategic Studies

“..an in-depth analysis of the growing influence of the Indian Diaspora abroad . . . There is no better work on the politics of migration from an Indian perspective. Thought-provoking, insightful, thoroughly-researched and impressively argued…”Shashi Tharoor, Member of Parliament, India

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