Research by our new graduates!

Several of IIITB”s newly minted graduates conducted research at the intersection of IT and public interest. Read more about

  • Rajesh Hanbal’s ethnographic work on digital technologies deployed in the service of trasnparency in India’s livelihoods programme, NREGA, which earned him his PhD
  • Gayatri’s Raman’s MSc (Digital Society) thesis on the Impact of COVID-Induced physical school closures on children with visual impairment in India
  • Shivangi Garg’s MSc (Digital Society) thesis on the dating app uses of urban young Indian queers
  • Arjun Pilikudale’s iMTech thesis on multi-party privacy on online social networks

CITAPP at IIIT Bangalore is an interdisciplinary think-tank set-up to focus on the policy challenges and the organizational demands made by technological innovation. Of particular interest to the Centre is how technological advances, along with institutional changes that harness the legitimacy and the powers of bureaucracies and market, address the needs of underserved communities.