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After earning his MPA, Pradeep stayed on at HKS to explore different research interests. He taught economics at the Mid-Career summer program and organized an international workshop on public enterprise reform and privatization.
After serving as a member of the Indian Admonsitrative Service for 17 years, Pradeep joined the international voluntary organization CARE in 1995, inspired by his former professor Marc Lindenburgh. For the last 14 years he has been dedicated to developing public-private partnerships to address the challenge of strengthening India’s infrastructure. He is now the managing director at IDFC Projects Ltd., the development arm of India’s largest infrastructure-focused financial institution.
Pradeep hopes to build a sizeable HKS internship program in India. Most recently, he has been focusing on building a network of alumni, and hosting visitng students and faculty members from HKS to his region of residence.