Part of the conversation these days is whether collectivization as an organizing principle is productive in achieving the intended results.
One of the inalienable rights an individual is entitled to is access to good quality healthcare.
As we inch closer to the monsoon season, most of India’s farmers are busy trying to make the most of it, especially when 50-60% of the cultivated land is rainfed in India.
Comparative experiments usually have a sample group experiment and control group. Comparative experimental analysis requires control group understanding.
Triangulation is a powerful research method used to validate and strengthen research findings, using multiple techniques to investigate a research question.
Graphs and charts help us make educated decisions and solve problems when data is presented clearly and concisely. The pie chart is one example.
Theory of Change (ToC) is a powerful tool that helps organizations and individuals understand how their efforts can lead to a desired outcome.
Indigenous identities are intertwined with the lands they occupy.
Cost-benefit analysis is a technique that is an indispensable business analytics tool based on a data-heavy research model.