Karnak Roy

Assistant Professor

Karnak Roy is an Assistant Professor at the Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI), Hyderabad, India, in the Technology Policy, Management and Innovation Area.

Biography

Mr. Karnak Roy is an Assistant Professor at Administrative Staff College of India.

He has been working with the Administrative Staff College of India since July 2014, first as a Project Consultant till January 2017, next as a Junior Research Fellow till January, 2018 and again as a project consultant till May, 2019. In June, 2019 he joined ASCI as an Assistant Professor. Prior to joining ASCI, he worked as an Assistant Professor of MBA in Seacom Engineering and Management College, Calcutta. He also worked in IBM as an Application Developer prior to joining Seacom.

At ASCI, he has 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 formulation of draft “Scientific Research Infrastructure Sharing Maintenance and Network (SRIMAN) Policy”.

Important projects conducted by him

  • National Scientific Infrastructure in India: A Pilot Study
  • Maternal and Child Health Deprivation in Maharashtra: A district centre level Analysis
  • Innovation in Large Manufacturing Firms in India
  • Study on Identification of Constraints to Growth of Technology based Start-ups in India:
  • Third Party Evaluation of the Scheme on PRCs
  • Evaluation of the Ministry of Steel Chair Professor & Scholarships scheme to undergraduate students pursuing study in metallurgical engineering
  • Evaluation of the R&D Scheme of Ministry of Steel with financial assistance from Steel Development Fund

Education

  • B. Tech in Computer Science & Engineering
  • MBM, Calcutta University
  • Submitted Ph. D. Thesis at Calcutta University