Chandra Bhan Prasad

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Mr. Prasad

Fond of English the Dalit Goddess, promoter of the idea of Dalit Capitalism, Mr. Chandra Bhan Prasad is a researcher, writer, and idea player. Mr Prasad gets cited by top thinkers, including a couple of Nobel laureates- Prof Gary Becker [Nobel in Economics, 1992], Prof Amartya Sen [Nobel in Economics, 1998].

Profiled by national, international media, Mr Prasad was a Visiting Scholar with the Centre for the Advanced Study of India, University of Pennsylvania- 2007- an Ivy League University.

Regular on News Channels, Mr Prasad serves as a Member, Board of Governors, IIM Lucknow, gets invited at IAS Academy [Lal Bahadur Shastri Natational Academy of Administration], Mussorie as a Guest Faculty.

Prasad’s newest book- Defying the Odds- The Rise of Dalit Entrepreneurs, published by the Random House [2014], has been co-authored with Devesh Kapur and D Syam Babu. Cited by national and international media, the Defying the Odds profiles success story of 21 Dalit Entrepreneurs. Catch Mr. Prasad at Tweeter- @cbhanp.[1]

The protagonist of a Capitalistic Social Order for India, Prasad’s work has been noticed by New York Times,[2] Washington Post[3] along with a host of publications Worldwide.

At DICCI EXPO 2015 in Hitex City, Hyderabad
At DICCI EXPO 2015

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  1. ^ Key Advisors. Dalit Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Retrieved on 9 February 2015.
  2. ^ Somini Sengupta. "Crusader Sees Wealth as Cure for Caste Bias". The New York Times. August 29, 2008. Retrieved on 9 February 2015.
  3. ^ Emily Wax. "In an Indian Village, Signs of the Loosening Grip of Caste". The Washington Post. August 31, 2008. Retrieved on 9 February 2015.

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