Mounika Neerukonda

Project: Fairwork India

PIs: Balaji Parthasarathy and Janaki Srinivasan


Mounika Neerukonda is a Research Assistant at Fairwork in India. She was a student of the Integrated Masters of Technology (iMTech) programme at IIITB. Her research interests include collective action in the gig economy, disability studies and gender studies. For the Fairwork project, Mounika is gathering evidence about platform work conditions in India and analysing primary data.


  • Neerukonda, M., & Chaudhuri, B. (2018). Are Technologies (Gender)-Neutral?: Politics and Policies of Digital Technologies. ASCI Journal of Management, 47.
  • Dey, S., Vidhya, Y., Bhushan, S., Neerukonda, M., & Prakash, A. (2019). Creating an Accessible Technology Ecosystem for Learning Science and Math: A Case of Visually Impaired Children in Indian Schools. In Workshop on Being (more) Human in a Digitised World, Association of Information Systems–India Chapter Workshop, Kolkata.

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.