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Ranjit Nayak

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Date of Birth April 28, 1968
Age 54 years, 2 months, 11 days
Place of Birth Sambalpur
Country India
Profession banker
Horoscope Taurus

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Ranjit Nayak Biography

Ranjit Nayak is a famous Banker, who was born on April 28, 1968 in India. According to Astrologers, Ranjit Nayak's zodiac sign is Taurus.

Ranjit Nayak was born on April 28, 1968 in Sambalpur, Orissa, India. He is the elder son of Former Member of Rajya Sabha and Former Secretary to Government of India, Radhakant Nayak

Ranjit Nayak (born April 28, 1968, in India) is a senior staff member of the World Bank and currently serves as the chief adviser to the Government of Macedonia on international and European Union affairs. In this role, he supports the ongoing work of the European Secretariat of the Government towards EU integration. Nayak previously served as the World Bank’s Lead (Principal) Social Development Specialist for the Europe and Central Asia Region in Washington, D.C. from 2011 to 2013, where he oversaw social development operations in 30 countries, advised governments and World Bank partners on development issues, and led and mentored senior sector specialists within the Bank. Prior to that he served as the World Bank’s country chief for Kosovofrom 2007 to 2011, and is credited with ensuring the economic and financial sustainability of Kosovo after its declaration of independence in 2008.

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During his early years in Orissa, Nayak attended Kendriya Vidyalaya (Central School) in Bhubaneswar, a Government of India sponsored school for the children of public service officials. He is among a few notable alumni of the school.[1] He later studied Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in Buxi Jagabandhu Bidyadhar College (BJB College, Utkal University, Orissa) before moving to Delhi where he attended Hindu College (University of Delhi), earning a degree in Sociology (BA Honours) and Economics in 1989.

Ranjit Nayak Net Worth

Ranjit Nayak is one of the richest Banker & listed on most popular Banker. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Ranjit Nayak net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

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During his early years in Orissa, Nayak attended Kendriya Vidyalaya (Central School) in Bhubaneswar, a Government of India sponsored school for the children of public service officials. He is among a few notable alumni of the school.[1] He later studied Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in Buxi Jagabandhu Bidyadhar College (BJB College, Utkal University, Orissa) before moving to Delhi where he attended Hindu College (University of Delhi), earning a degree in Sociology (BA Honours) and Economics in 1989.

He completed his Masters in Sociology at the Jawaharlal Nehru University in 1991 while simultaneously pursuing MA-level courses in Public Administration and International Relations. As part of his dissertation, Nayak spent time researching poverty as a participant observer in the slums of New Delhi. Nayak is a notable alumni.[2][3]

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Ranjit Nayak joined the World Bank in 2000 as a Young Professional (the Bank Group’s internationally competitive leadership program) and has since worked in various parts of the Bank Group, including the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) and the International Development Association (IDA). Before joining the World Bank, Nayak served the United Nations in Geneva, non-governmental organisations in Europe and Eastern Europe, and the academia in India and the United Kingdom.

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Nayak has been recognised for his contribution to knowledge and innovation. He has received citations for his contribution. In one of his public speeches on education, he argues that education policies should promote overall learning for young learners that goes beyond classroom-based learning – that integrates with learning from peers, family, community, a variety of institutions, and the social space within which one lives. [14] http://epaper.prameyanews.com/Details.aspx?id=11119&boxid=5536250. Nayak has led research on guiding South European countries to improving the environment for fostering cutting edge innovations. A World Bank paper published in 2011 on Regional Research and Design Strategy for Innovation in the Western Balkan Countries, which Nayak has guided, identifies key issues and implication of technical assistance.[15]

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Ranked on the list of most popular Banker. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in India. Ranjit Nayak celebrates birthday on April 28 of every year.

During his tenure in South Eastern Europe, Nayak has campaigned for the inclusion of minorities of all types – economic, social, ethnic, religious, linguistic, and gender, in development projects. An example of his initiative was with the Deputy Prime Minister of Kosovo in 2011, when he found an innovative way of working against the discrimination of minority Serb communities by the majority Albanian communities by incentivising micro-development programs that enabled both communities to work together for shared financial and economic gains. In the long run this has fostered peace that has been sustainable.[21][22][23] Nayak is an advocate for the inclusion of economically, socially and politically disadvantaged minorities in the broader development and welfare schemes. He is the co-author of a report on the Roma in Bulgaria entitled “Gender Dimensions of Roma Inclusion” that serves to guide national policy on social inclusion in Bulgaria. The study reveals the complex relationship between minorities and majorities within the European Union, and how the understanding the internal worlds of minorities and discriminated groups is a first step towards effective policies and programmes.[24] Nayak has striven for diversity in the institutions that he has led or served. He is the recipient of the World Bank’s Corporate Diversity and Inclusion Award in 2006 after he led the recruitment of the Bank’s most diverse Young Professionals ever in its history. Nayak has a history of searching for talent globally. Here is an example of his work in Sydney, Australia.[25]

Beyond Kosovo, Nayak has worked on addressing issues surrounding poverty in South Eastern Europe along with DFID, IMF and the Hellenic Fund; and at – a local or municipal level – such as remote parts of the Balkan States. The aim has been to integrate “macro” and “micro” – economic and social policies.http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTECAREGTOPPOVRED/Resources/ParticipantsFinal.pdf [8][9]

Nayak’s media engagements have included the BBC, Voice of America, the Financial Times and the Washington Post.[31]. He is currently working on a documentary film entitled “The Making of Kosovo”, about how citizenry contributes to the development of democracy and state-building.

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