Nitika Jain is an educationist with broad expertise in curriculum development, lifelong learning, and qualitative research. At CLOP, she provides various forms of assistance to the many stakeholders involved in Mission Karmayogi.
Prior to J-PAL, Nitika worked as a Curriculum Development Advisor with the Myanmar Mobile Education (MyME) Project (Yangon) that provides out-of-school working children with non-formal learning opportunities. She has also spent two years with UNESCO MGIEP (New Delhi) where she was in charge of managing the development of 'Rethinking Schooling for the 21st Century' (a 22-country review measuring the extent to which ESD/GCED concepts are embedded in policy and curricula documents). Nitika holds a B. A. in English (University of Exeter), an M. Ed in Comparative and Global Studies in Education and Development (University of Hong Kong), and an M. A. in International Development and Policy (University of Chicago).