Tech Policy in India and The YLT Fellowship

Shriya Sethi and Subhashish Bhadra
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YLT’s theory of change to enable a generation of tech-policy leaders in India

The IIC-Omidyar Network Capital partnership for expanding policy ecosystem in South Asia.

The evolving contours of tech-policy in India

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YLT Fellowship

The YLT Fellowship welcomes applications from young professionals with an engineering degree in any field. Fellows are placed with prominent tech policy think tanks working on pressing issues in India. An ideal candidate will be an engineering graduate with a few years of work experience and an interest in technology policy.
For now, this opportunity is only available for Indian nationals. International applicants interested in our work may consider the International Innovation Corps India/ US programs.

Shriya Sethi

Shriya is the Country Director at International Innovation Corps where she leads project management and project development for the organization. Shriya began her career as an Exporter, manufacturing and exporting fashion accessories to department stores in Europe. Post her MBA from Booth School Of Business at the University of Chicago, Shriya joined McKinsey and Co with their Chicago office as an Associate. Shriya went on to work as an Internal Strategy Consultant with Honeywell, a fortune 100 global conglomerate where she worked with different business units on competitor analysis, project implementation and new business strategy.

Subhashish Bhadra

Subhashish is responsible for sourcing, evaluating and managing investments in Digital Identity.

Subhashish joined Omidyar Network India from the global management consulting firm McKinsey, where he worked in the Delhi office for two years. His work there focused on public policy strategy projects including one on rural electrification in India. He also co-authored a report on “India’s Path from Poverty to Empowerment.”

A Rhodes Scholar, Subhashish has an M.Phil in economics from Oxford University and a B.A. in economics from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi.