A political researcher is highly responsible for doing a lot of research and for providing useful information for their employer. Employer can be an MP, a political trade union, a large company, a charity or a non-government organization.
The political research individuals usually work for an MP but they may also be employed by other employers that include political parties and charities. Their duty is to keep up to date with government legislation and policy as well as general political developments.
Most of the political researchers work in a comfortable but busy office environment. The employees may need to leave the office while undertaking research in other environments or meeting with employees from other companies. A large number of political researchers manage to work thirty – seven hours per week. Individuals may be expected to work for long hours at short notice if relevant political developments occur unexpectedly.
He was a jurist, economist and Chairman of the Drafting Committee of the Constitution of India.
He was an FRAS (1935-2016) was a Political Scientist, Political Historian and International Relations expert.