MSME Finance Team Sandeep Kumar

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MSME Finance Research and Scoping Expert
Lucknow

Sandeep Kumar is Assistant Manager in MicroSave’s MSME Finance Domain. He has a working experience of more than 20 months in the field of market research and statistical analysis, gained through projects with international funding agencies, NGOs, community-based institutions in India. His areas of expertise include Research design, Data Analysis, Monitoring & Evaluation. His current work focuses on enhancing the internal capabilities of organisations catering to Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) banking.

 Examples of his recent works include:

  • Process mapping of a Microfinance Institution (CDOT): Developed frontend and backend processes for opening savings account to optimise product delivery, processes and mitigate the risks involved.
  • Conducted Primary survey of 50,000 individuals to determine TB patients who have taken anti-TB treatment in the past 1 year; to ascertain the pathways to care among a representative sample of TB cases in cities of Mumbai and Patna on treatment, quality and cost till final diagnosis and beginning of anti-TB therapy.
  • Evaluation of social franchising model of delivery of care combined with a telemedicine platform using cluster randomisation design.


Before joining MicroSave, Sandeep was a Deputy Manager - Research at the Sambodhi Research & Communications Pvt Ltd where he undertook various roles, from developing survey tools to Field Monitoring, Data analysis and Report writing. He holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Forest Management with specialisation in Environment Management from the Indian Institute of Forest Management in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. 

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