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Siddhartha Paul Tiwari

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Siddhartha Paul Tiwari (born 13 June 1979 in Jabalpur) is an academic and researcher. Currently, he’s employed with Google Asia Pacific, Singapore. Prior to that, based in Tokyo, he led learning and development for Google and was a product lead (entrepreneur in residence). He is known for his pioneering work in e-governance, digital intervention strategies and information and communication technologies (ICT). During his career, Tiwari has been actively involved in the development of user trust, safety, and privacy. A number of education, learning, and development projects have been launched by Tiwari at Google. Tiwari presented and provided introductory remarks on technology and strategies for sustainable development of least developed countries at the fourth United Nations conference. Tiwari has authored official reports on a wide range of public policy issues. This includes the national institutional ranking framework for the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. Social Security and Policy Framework for Internal Migrants in India (United Nations). Previously, Tiwari has held faculty positions at Indian Institute of Management Indore, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Atal Bihari Vajpayee Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, and Tokyo Institute of Technology. He was also part of National Assessment and Accreditation Council's curriculum reform committee and was involved in setting the curriculum for postgraduate engineering and technology programs in India. As a researcher, he has contributed to the field such as sustainable development, including agriculture. Currently, his research is focused on sustainability. He is a widely recognised subject matter expert for his leadership and success in the internet business and has delivered a wide range of invited speaking engagements at various conferences, events and educational institutes.

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