Dr. Manoj Jatav is working as Associate Fellow at V.V. Giri Natinoal Labour Institute, Noida. He has nearly 8 years of working experience in research and training. Hereceived the award of PhD. (2016) and Master of Philosophy (2009) in Regional Development from Centre for the Study of Regional Development, School of Social Sciences, JNU. His research interests include Labour Market Analysis, Labour Administration, Agrarian Distress, Livelihood Security, Social Safety Nets, Climate Risk Reduction, Gender and Work, and Peri-Urbanisation. He has conducted training programmes for labour officials from Central and State services, trade union leaders, NGO professionals, researchers, and officials from different services including IRPS/ IRAS, Indian Navy, and Social Security Officers from ESIC. He conducts sessions on labour issues, migration, gender issues, labour and livelihoods mapping, labour welfare, social security, informality, youth employment, climate instability and labour exploitation, quantitative methods in labour research, data analysis, software packages, various datasets on labour and employment, and so on. He has undertaken independent research studies on different dimensions of labour and published the same in internationally reputed journals. In addition, he has approximately four years of working experience (2014- 2018) with the South Asia Consortium for Inter- disciplinary Water Resources Studies (SaciWATERs), a policy research organisation based in Hyderabad, India. He worked on livelihoods & water (in)security projects funded by WaterAid, TATA Cleantech Capital, UNICEF, CGIAR, Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), Bordeaux Metropole, Arghyam, and Government of Telangana. Prior to SaciWATERs, he has also worked with he National Council for Applied Economic Research (NCAER) and VV Giri National Labour Institute (VVG NLI) as a consultant. He has attended several international level conferences and workshops including the conference on ‘Knowledge, Research and Innovation’ under ‘Conflict and Cooperation over Natural Resources in Developing Countries (CoCooN)’ Programme, organised by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), during November 2015 at The Hague, The Netherlands, and workshop on ‘Interdisciplinary Research Concepts and Methodologies’ organised by University of Peradeniya, SaciWATERs, and IDRC, during November 2015. He has also delivered lectures on quantitative research methods in social sciences at the University of Peradeniya, Kandy and Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka.