NRMC

NRMC is a technical and managerial advisory firm in the development sector that provides evidence-based solutions for sustainable, equitable and inclusive development. 

Established in 2004, NRMC is engaged in creating impactful solutions that make a difference to the society. We achieve results at scale by catalyzing partnership with clients and communities. We believe in ethical business, nurturing talent to be courageous to push the limits of knowledge and discovering new ways of doing things.

NRMC experience, high quality skills, breadth of sectors, services make us preferred partners for public and private sector clients and partners in creating sustainable and scalable social impact.

We have a demonstrated in-depth understanding of sectors across project design and solution implementation. NRMC service offering incorporates all aspects of project and program management, development sector advisory, monitoring & evaluation and documentation.  Focused on rural and urban poverty, Team NRMC is a professional service provider. Our experience on planning, advisory, technical and management support encompasses the social, institutional and gender dimensions of development. We work with a range of clients which include Government, bi-lateral and multi-lateral agencies, international NGOs, corporates and corporate foundations.

We constantly strive to understand community needs and aspirations, ensuring that we deliver contextual and impactful solutions on behalf of our clients and partners. With offices across six locations, we are able to provide effective and efficient solutions to clients and communities.

Focal point
Pranab Ranjan Choudhury

Location

New Delhi
No. 55, Bhawani Kunj Corporate Office
New Delhi
India
IN
Working languages

NRMC Resources

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Reports & Research
July 2017

Land is an important source of identity and a precious asset with significant emotional connection in India. It is also the main source of rural and feudal power structure for most of India’s history. Land is a symbol of social status, cultural identity and an expression of political power. The value of land is deeply ingrained in the consciousness and well-being of the poor farmers and indigenous communities who make up a substantial portion of India’s total population.

Other
June 2017

Live statistics of forest and wildlife area clearances given by Ministry for diversion to non-forestry purpose for investment. Organized as per stages of clearance, level (district, state, national) where the proposal is being considered, Searchable database indicating state, proposal name, user agency, forest area requested, status of area clearance along with link to reports.

Conference Papers & Reports
March 2017

This paper was presented at the “2017 WORLD BANK CONFERENCE ON LAND AND POVERTY”, The World Bank - Washington DC. This paper provides a comparative appreciation of all the datasets especially the metadata and methodology along with a SWOT vis-à-vis reporting requirement of SDG indicator.

Administrative Data for Monitoring and Improving Land Policy and Governance in India
Conference Papers & Reports
March 2017

The study tried to assess the state of data in India, particularly to track and report two critical land governance indicators viz. women land rights and forest rights, critical to ensure equity and sustainability in terms of public policy. 
With UN’s SDG, defining similar indicators, study  also attempts in aligning them around SDG indicators. Status of these two parameters were analyzed using nation-wide datasets collecting whole population data, through census of India, Agriculture Census  operations following robust processes and reporting them open access.

Reports & Research
February 2017

This report produced by Centre for Policy Research (CPR) a comprehensive and systematic study of Supreme Court cases on land acquisition from 1950- 2016 and examined particular conflicts involving major dams, special economic zones, housing complexes and industrial projects. It highlight  the legal trajectory of land acquisition in India and attempt to provide deep understanding on how disputes over land are actually adjudicated in the Supreme Court and nature and pattern of litigation.

Status report on implementation of the Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, 2006 [for the period ending 28.02.2017]
Reports & Research
February 2017

Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India is  the nodal ministry authorized for the implementation of the Scheduled Tribes and Other Traditional Forest Dwellers (recognition of Forest rights) Act, 2006.

This site presents updated status report of IFR and CFR claims and rights recognition  state-wise with number and area.

Reports & Research
August 2016

The India Environment Portal is initiated and managed by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) in 2005. It puts together information about environment and development issues in one-stop shop. Information provided include data on forest land diversion for mining state-wise and their ecological impact along with steps taken by government.

Reports & Research
June 2016

The study examined the status of women’s land rights in India, using Agricultural Census data, with state-wise and district-wise granularity and presents tables and maps depicting women’s land rights against indicators, further segregated across ethnicity and socio-economic categories. It also reiterates necessity  to establish a robust and participatory monitoring mechanism for the status and change of women’s land rights at state, district and tehsil levels. This study was conducted by Center for Land Governance, NRMC with support from the World Bank.