CDPS is an independent research centre engaged in research and writings on issues in the fields of development and peace in India’s Northeast and the neighbourhood. It is a partner of COSATT (Consortium of South Asian Think Tanks).
CDPS Executive Director in High Level Committee to implement Clause 6 of the Assam Accord.
July 2019
Research Paper
Published by COSATT & KAS
Rani Pathak Das

China Watch
  Countours of Sino-Indian relations in 2016
  Wasbir Hussain, Executive Director, CDPS
  January 11, 2016
Using Ethnicity to Connect and Establish People-to-People Linkages
in Southeast Asia as part of India’s Act East Policy
1st July 2019
Special Report, January 2015
Point of view- THE CDPS COLUMN
Parmita Das
May 2018
Research Assistant, CDPS
Forecast 2016
Security Situation in Northeast India
    CDPS Youth Research Circle   
CDPS Heads
Wasbir Hussain
Executive Director

Distinguished Fellows
  Lt. Gen. A. S. Lamba

CDPS welcomes Dr BK Das as President
22 May 2016
CDPS at the Regional Conference on Refugees in South Asia
Kathmandu, Nepal, 2-3 May 2016


SHARED RIVERS IN SOUTH ASIA Challenges & Prospects in Lower Riparian States

edited by
Wasbir Hussain

Tribal Women’s Rights in Northeast India Access to Representation and Justice

A CDPS Study

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Northeast India: A Timeline

Former CDPS President No More
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 Research & Studies
CDPS completed a field survey based Study titled Evaluation Study of Indira Awaas Yojana (IAY) in March 2016. The Study covered three districts in Assam-- Morigaon, Darrang and Karbi Anglong.
Between January-August 2015, CDPS conducted a field based Study on Monitoring Teacher and Students' Attendance at schools in four districts of Assam, namely, Jorhat, Darrang, Karimganj and Karbi Anglong. The Study was commissioned by Axom Sarba Siksha Abhijan Mission.