Dr. Karnak Roy is an Assistant Professor at the Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI), Hyderabad, India, in the Centre for Management Studies.
He did his MBA in Operations and Systems Management and B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering.
He has been working with the Administrative Staff College of India since July 2014. Prior to joining ASCI, he worked as an Assistant Professor of MBA in an Engineering and Management College in Calcutta and at IBM as an Application Developer prior to joining the education field.
At ASCI, he worked on important science policy and evaluation studies sponsored by the Department of Science and Technology, Ministry of Steel, Department of Posts, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and many. Findings of one recent study where he actively took part as a consultant have been used in the formulation of the draft “Scientific Research Infrastructure Sharing Maintenance and Network (SRIMAN) Policy”.
Apart from innovation, his current areas of interest are- AI, Business Analytics and Business Intelligence. At ASCI, each year he conducts Management Development Programmes for the senior managers of corporate and the PSUs on themes related to AI adoption, AI Implementation, Business Analytics and Business Intelligence. He is the co-programme director of a high profile programme on Artificial Intelligence that ASCI organizes in association with the University of California (UCLA) Extension.
Project Experience and Accomplishments:
|Sl No.||Title (Year)||Brief Description||Client||
Responsibilities & Area of Work:
|1||Evaluation of SDF scheme (2015)||Evaluation study to measure the impact, output, outcome of the SDF scheme supported by the Ministry of Steel to increase R&D in iron and steel sector||Ministry of Steel||Identifying critical parameters for evaluation, preparation of instrument for the survey, expert interview, Focused Group Discussions, stakeholder consultation, data analysis (including econometric modeling) based on primary and secondary data and preparation of report and case studies|
|2||Evaluation of Ministry of Steel Chair Professor Scheme (2015)||Evaluation study to measure the impact, output, outcome of the Chair Professor scheme supported by the Ministry of Steel aiming at increasing skilled man-power in iron and steel sector||Ministry of Steel||-Do-|
Innovation in Large Manufacturing Firms in India (2016-2017)
|A survey of large manufacturing firms aiming at understanding the critical issues and innovative behavior of large firms in India.||DST||-Do-|
|4||Study on Identification of Constraints to Growth of Technology based Start-ups in India (2016-2017)||Study for identifying the structural and systemic problems that hinder growth and proliferation of start-ups in India.||DST||-Do-|
|5||Design of Digital Dashboard for the Government of Telangana (2016-2017)||Come out with recommendation for development of digital dashboard to track, monitor and enable executive decision making||Telangana Government||-Do-|
|6||Third Party Evaluation of Umbrella Scheme Department of Posts – “Postal Operations”:||This is an evaluation study to assess effectiveness and outcomes of the eight (8) sub schemes under umbrella scheme of Department of Posts – “Postal Operations”:||Department of Posts||-Do-|
|7||National Scientific Infrastructure in India: A Pilot Study (2017-2018)||A study to analyze the many issues associated with scientific research infrastructure development so that the findings may feed into the formulation of a “National Scientific Research Infrastructure Policy”.||DST||-Do-|
|8||Evaluation Capacity and Analytics Support to GOAP and other governments (2016-2018)||Assisting the AP and other governments in data driven decision making for good governance and usher growth in the areas of health, nutrition, education etc.||BMGF||-Do-|
|9||Evaluation of Population Research Centre (2018-2019)||Evaluating the process, people, systems and structure of the PRCs and come out with a set of recommendations so as to improve their effective functioning||Ministry of Health and Family Welfare||-Do-|
|10||Evaluation of R&D scheme (2019-2020)||Evaluation study to measure the impact, output, outcome of the R&D scheme supported by the Ministry of Steel to increase R&D in iron and steel sector||Ministry of Steel||-Do-|
|11||Evaluation of CLCSS scheme (2020-2021)||Evaluation study to measure the impact, output and outcome of the scheme in overall development of the MSE sector||MSME||-Do-|
|12||Evaluation of CGTMSE scheme (2020-2021)||Evaluation study to measure the impact, output and outcome of the scheme in overall development of the MSE sector||MSME||-Do-|
|13||Demand Projection and 10 years Master-Plan for IOCL-TNSO||10 years demand forecasting for different products of IOCL considering potential disruptions in the oil and gas sector and preparing a 10-year strategic roadmap||IOCL||-Do-|
Dr. Karnak Roy
Centre For Innovation and Technology
Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI),
Bella Vista, Raj Bhavan Road,
Hyderabad – 500 082, Telangana.
Tel (Direct): +91 40 66534268