Dr. Surendra Kataria, born on March 9th, 1964 at village Doomroli, District Alwar, Rajasthan (INDIA), is an author, teacher and scholar of public administration. Being a state government civil servant he earned all his higher education degrees as non-collegiate student. He possesses M. A., M. Phil and Ph. D in Public Administration as well as M. A. in Sociology, M.A. in Rural Development, Bachelor of Journalism and mass communication, Diploma in General Nursing, P. G. Diplomas in Higher Education, Human Resource Management, Rural Development and Nutrition and Health Education. (read more...)

Dr. Surendra Kataria, started his career as male nurse in S. M. S. Hospital, Jaipur. Dr. Kataria has worked as Research Officer (Public Adm.) in World Bank's India population project VI & VII at National Institute of Health and Family Welfare (NIHFW), New Delhi for three years.

He has been Associate Professor for four years on deputation basis in Indira Gandhi Panchayati Raj and Gramin Vikas Sansthan (The State Institute of Rural Development), Jaipur.     

During 2006-09 he has been associated with Department of Public administration, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur as UGC's Post Doctoral Research Fellow (X Plan Research Award Scheme).

National Level Awards / Prizes...


Rajarshi Purushottam Das Tandon Award (2016) for literary work in Public Administration, by Kendriy Hindi Sansthan.
Kautilaya Award by Planning Commission.
G. B. Pant Award by Ministry of Home Affairs. (4 times)

Awards by Union Public Service Commission, Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India for academic purpose.
Seven times National Prize by Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA), New Delhi for developing case studies and essay competition.


Projects Accomplished...


Philosophy of Public Administration in 21st Century (UGC's PDF Project 2006-09) (under X Plan Research Award Scheme)
National Level evaluation of S.G.S.Y. in regions of high poverty (with NIRD), 2007.
Mock Panchayat Project for School Students 2003-2004.
Action Research Project of NIRD, 2003.

Medical and Health misconceptions among school students 2002-2003.
Health education for college students (2000-2001), UGC Project.
Functioning of District Training Teams at Meerut and Amritsar, 1994.
Functioning of sub centers constructed under IPP VII in Hazaribagh district Bihar, 1995.


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