Indrajit is the Country Director for Project Concern International (PCI) India. He is a management professional and a development thinker, working for nearly two decades towards conceptualizing and leading multiple large development initiatives in various sectors in India and other countries in South and Southeast Asia.
He led the successful implementation of the flagship initiative of PCI, called JEEViKA Technical Support Program, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in the state of Bihar as the Chief of Party. The program developed from a successful, scalable model for integrating health and nutrition interventions in community platforms and is currently replicated across India.
Before PCI, Indrajit worked as the Director, Monitoring Learning and Evaluation in CARE India, where he established an innovative mechanism called, Concurrent Measurement and Learning. He also led the development of the first comprehensive mobile health application in India, which scaled nationally. Before CARE, Indrajit worked with other organizations such as Save the Children and PRADAN, where he spent much time in remote tribal areas of India designing and implementing programs and conducting ethnographic studies with marginalized tribal communities.
Indrajit has a master’s in Business Administration in Forest Management from the Indian Institute of Forest Management (IIFM), Bhopal.