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Friday, August 17, 2018


Positions in Tech Policy at NASSCOM, Noida

NASSCOM is growing its public policy team and has opening for Associates/ Sr. Associates/ Managers/ Senior Managers.

NASSCOM is the apex body for the 154 billion dollar IT BPM industry in India, an industry that had made a phenomenal contribution to India's GDP, exports, employment, infrastructure and global visibility.

Candidates would work on cutting edge technology policy involving issues of competition, privacy, data protection, cross border taxation, net neutrality, ethics and regulatory governance. They would focus on policy developments and challenges in E-commerce, Fintech, Start-ups, Cloud, IOT, AI and Blockchain.


Background in technology is essential; knowledge of public economics and law is desirable. Candidates who have published research papers, blogs and opinion articles in technology areas are preferred. Candidates with experience of working with (a) member of Parliament on policy formulation, (b) law firms on drafting policy inputs (c) reputed policy think tanks, and (d) leading business publications are preferred. Ph.D. applicants, including Ph.D. candidates, candidates with Masters in Public Policy or LLB are preferred.

For Managers and Senior Managers, five years of relevant experience in one or more areas is required. For Associates and Sr. Associates, minimum one year relevant experience is essential.


Compensation would be competitive.

How to Apply

Interested candidates may mail their resume to with a brief cover note explaining their suitability for the role.

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